The current reality of man is heavily controlled by words. As a result of that, words play a big role in shaping the reality and culture of man. Besides shaping the reality and culture of man, words also play an important role in trade. Some of the most important words used in the business of … Read moreHow You Were Tricked to Live in the Land of the Legally Dead
Why do problems, such as extreme poverty and world hunger, still exist? Because the majority of the world’s wealth is controlled by a handful of individuals. It sounds like a conspiracy, but it is fact. According to a new report, published by the charity organization Oxfam International, the global economy created a record number of billionaires in … Read moreIn 2017, Billionaires Made Enough Money to End Extreme Poverty 7 Times Over
Understanding Your Relationship with Money The term ‘affluenza’—a portmanteau of affluence and influenza, defined as a “painful, contagious, socially transmitted condition of overload, debt, anxiety, and waste, resulting from the dogged pursuit of more”—is often dismissed as a silly buzzword created to express our cultural disdain for consumerism. Though often used in jest, the term may contain … Read moreHow Money Changes the Way You Think and Feel
The Russians did not “hack” the US presidential election. Those are lies concocted by John Brennan.  What a few Russians did indeed do was muddle around inside of the Zionist social media system known as #GoogleGestapo,  much to the amusement of the Anti-Defamation League (ADL) – Eric Schmidt’s “trusted flagger” that censors both … Read moreRigging Elections – and Worse!
Every man (male or female) was born with natural rights and the power to sovereignly choose to be a king. Sadly, the so-called leaders of mankind lack motivation to support an education system that teaches people how to exercise their natural rights and think, act and be sovereign. One of the reasons that they do … Read moreWhy You Are a King and How the Vatican Tricks You to Surrender Your Crown
Reading through Security Analysis, the roadmap for investing first published in 1934 by Benjamin Graham and David L. Dodd, I learned something quite interesting: The basis of stock valuation had changed quite drastically in the period between 1927 and 1929. The stock buying public “departed more and more from the factual approach and technique of security analysis … Read moreHow Central Banks Stoke Stock Prices
Republic of the Marshall Islands — In a move that, for anyone following the progress of cryptocurrencies, was truly inevitable, the world’s first country has adopted a digital asset as legal tender. From the Associated Press (AP): “The tiny Marshall Islands is creating its own digital currency in order to raise some hard cash to pay bills and boost the … Read moreFor the First Time, a Country Just Made a Cryptocurrency Its Official Currency
From this point forward, I will be referring to my anonymous source as Arthur. I have chosen this pseudonym from the legend of King Arthur and the Knights of the Round Table. I’ve done this because of my source’s involvement in the Alliance. I feel that the Round Table, which has no specific leader, is … Read moreALLIANCE INSIDER: “We’re Going to See a New Gold-Backed Currency Worldwide”
Hydraulic fracturing – more commonly known as fracking – may still be legal in many states across the U.S., but there’s no denying that it’s a highly controversial practice. In the state of Colorado, which has issued strict guidelines regarding disposal of waste water from fracking sites, has now ruled that the waste is far … Read moreFracking Waste Is Radioactive And Endangers Human Health — No Safe Way To Dispose Of It
The “Black Nobility” are/were the oligarchic families of Venice and Genoa, Italy, who in the 12th century held the privileged trading rights (monopolies). The first of three crusades, from 1063 to 1123, established the power of the Venetian Black Nobility and solidified the power of the wealthy ruling class. The Black Nobility aristocracy achieved complete control over Venice in … Read moreWho are the Black Nobility?