Another form of slavery: Word slavery – Mind slavery

Image by Stuart Miles / freedigitalphotos.net *

Image by Stuart Miles / freedigitalphotos.net *

‘THEY’ had to figure out a way to get around (…) and not just come right out and enslave you the way they used to, you know, a hundred years ago. So, it is a new form of slavery: it’s word slavery – mind slavery. If ‘THEY’ can convince you of certain truths, then they haven’t harmed you: because you did it yourself. You went and you accepted their offer to be recognized as a legal person, or a human being, in their system.Dean Clifford (1)

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Antartica, Atlantis, and the Earth crustal displacement theory

An artist's cross-section of Lake Vostok, the largest known subglacial lake in Antarctica. Liquid water is thought to take thousands of years to pass through the lake, which is the size of North America's Lake Ontario / wikimedia

An artist’s cross-section of Lake Vostok, the largest known subglacial lake in Antarctica. Liquid water is thought to take thousands of years to pass through the lake, which is the size of North America’s Lake Ontario / wikimedia

Scientists have drilled through the massive layer of ice covering Greater Antarctica, and made it all the way down to Lake Vostok, an ancient lake unknown to modern man. There may be many surprises yet to come… Continue reading

Menger: Free economy and privately-directed capital v. government-created capital

Carl Menger ((1840-1921) by Mises.org / Wiki Commons

Carl Menger ((1840-1921) by Mises.org / Wiki Commons

(…) the government tends not to fund academics or economic schools of thought that do not promote its central role in the economy (…) the human person is a cog in an economic machine that must be coerced to act in ways that make their systems work.Christopher Westley (1)

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Hyperinflation : Germany 1923 – USA 2013

10 Milliarden Mark - 12 August 1923 / wikimedia

10 Milliarden Mark – 12 August 1923 / wikimedia

Thorsten Polleit:

“(…) the result of a deliberate political decision
to increase the quantity of money
de facto without any limit.”

Unbacked paper money is political money
and as such it is a disruptive element
in a system of free markets.”

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Kennedy’s conversion toward peace “locked him into a death spiral”

JFK and family in Hyannis Port, 04 August 1962

JFK and family in Hyannis Port, 04 August 1962 / wikimedia (1)

What kind of peace do I mean? (…) Not a Pax Americana enforced on the world by American weapons of war. Not the peace of the grave or the security of the slave. I am talking about genuine peace, the kind of peace that makes life on earth worth living (…)John F. Kennedy (2)

“Kennedy had what some leaders might call a conversion. He turned toward peace. When the enemy is seen as human, everything changes. This conversion locked Kennedy into a death spiral (…)” – Donna Coe (3) Continue reading

Was Chilean poet Pablo Neruda poisoned to death two weeks after 1973 coup d’etat?

Pablo Neruda durante su sesión de grabación en la Biblioteca de Congreso el 20 de junio de 1966 / wikimedia *

Pablo Neruda durante su sesión de grabación en la Biblioteca de Congreso el 20 de junio de 1966 / wikimedia *

Chile Launches Search for U.S. Suspect in Alleged Neruda Poisoning.”

“The death of the internationally acclaimed poet, who was 69 at the time, was officially attributed to prostate cancer and the effects of acute mental stress over the military coup. Earlier this year, however, an official investigation was launched into Neruda’s death following allegations that he had been murdered.”Joseph Fitsanakis Continue reading

Inflation in America: ‘Virtually unheard of until the Federal Reserve took over’

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Michael Krieger:

“As is clear by this chart, inflation was virtually unheard of until the Creature from Jekyll Island (the Federal Reserve) took over.  However, more importantly, things didn’t really start to get bad until the 1970?s right after Nixon took the nation off the gold standard in 1971.  Continue reading

PEACE: ‘The reason why Kennedy was assassinated’

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“Why did Kennedy die? He died because he was turning towards peace. That can be established. It’s in all kinds of documents, and I’ve cited hundreds of them, and there are tens of thousands behind the hundreds I’ve cited. He turned toward peace, so that’s the reason why he’s assassinated.”– Professor James W. Douglass

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THE MATTEI AFFAIR: Fifty years ago, Enrico Mattei was killed

Italian MIP Francesco Salerno and Enrico Mattei ENI President and Administrator (1962) / Wikimedia *

Mattei was (…) a fighter for independence and liberation of peoples from colonialism. (…) He was murdered on the eve of a trip to the United States, where he was to meet with President John F. Kennedy, who supported Mattei’s strategy.”

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Arab Spring, Arab Autumn, and Nuclear Winter?

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Fifty years ago in the last weeks of October, the world experienced thirteen days of an existential crisis known as the Cuban Missile Crisis. President John F. Kennedy, and his brother Robert, ushered our nation and the world safely through that danger, which could have ended civilization within a matter of hours.

Today, the world faces a similar imminent crisis; only this time, it is far worse.” (…)

“Since Russia and China have refused to submit to the British Imperial diktat of the zero-growth economic model called globalization and are a threat to the crumbling transatlantic banking system, they are now targeted. War with these nations will indeed bring a nuclear winter. This is the same nuclear winter that we avoided under the leadership of John F. Kennedy. (1)

David Christie, former US Congressional Candidate – (emphasis added)

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America’s Narco-Industrial Complex: A History of Drug Deals?

1999: Encounter between New York Stock Exchange President Richard Grasso and Raul Reyes, Commander of Colombia’s FARC / El entonces presidente de la Bolsa de Nueva York, Richard Grasso, y el comandante de las FARC, Raúl Reyes se abrazan durante un encuentro en junio de 1999 / Image: iarnoticias.com (1)

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America’s Secret Deal with the Mexican Drug Cartels

By Tom Burghardt
Global Research

September 3, 2012

In a story which should have made front page headlines, Narco News investigative journalist Bill Conroy revealed that “A high-ranking Sinaloa narco-trafficking organization member’s claim that US officials have struck a deal with the leadership of the Mexican ‘cartel’ appears to be corroborated in large part by the statements of a Mexican diplomat in email correspondence made public recently by the nonprofit media group WikiLeaks.

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US Dollar monetary crisis: Predicted by French General De Gaulle in 1965

Photo portrait of General Charles de Gaulle of the Free French Forces and first president of the Fifth Republic serving from 1959 to 1969 / Wikimedia *

“The US dollar is the world’s reserve currency. Everybody uses US dollars. Nobody knows exactly, but there is about 7 trillion dollars outside of the United States. So this has been a gigantic advantage for the Americans. They can get Sony’s, Mercedes, and everything imported – cocaine – everything imported in at essentially zero cost. They’re paying with dollars, they are printed up. So that’s coming to an end.”  – Doug Casey  (1)

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Lyndon LaRouche: The End of an Imperial System

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THE END OF AN IMPERIAL SYSTEM

By Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.
LaRouchePAC
July 12, 2012

A one-time, virtual British puppet, France’s late President Mitterrand, played a crucial role in destroying the economy of more than western and central Europe from a certain date, through, in effect, the present time. The evidence continues to turn up. The original decision was made when Mitterrand, expressing a certain likeness to the intentions of Napoleon III, implicitly threatened all-out war against Germany, should Germany not submit to the status of becoming a puppet of what would become known as a “Euro” system under British supervision. Continue reading

Too Big to Jail?: Narco money laundering and the drug legalization Agenda

White Women in Opium Den, Chinatown, S. F. (ca. 1885-1895) / Wikimedia *

“It is fast becoming a well known fact, even common knowledge in the financial industry. The big US banks are heavily dependent upon narcotics money laundering from sale conducted by the protected USGovt agencies. The American citizens seem the last to know. Continue reading