Monthly Archives: August 2014

Law, Criminality, and Assaults on Indigenous Peoples

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by Anthony Hall   From South Africa to Gaza to British Columbia and Alberta: Crime Wave Directed at the Elimination of Indigenous people Many aspects of the world we are inheriting from our ancestors and are passing along to posterity go back to the trajectory of colonial history initiated in 1492 with Christopher Columbus?s [?]

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California first in line to ban single-use plastic bag in the United States


California lawmakers have approved a measure that would make the state the first to impose a statewide ban on single-use plastic bags.

SB270 cleared the Senate on a 22-15 vote Friday and sent to Gov. Jerry Brown. It was approved by the Assembly a day earlier.

Senators who had previously opposed the bill, including incoming Senate President Pro Tem Kevin de Leon, a Los Angeles Democrat, this time supported the measure after protections were added for plastic bag manufacturers.

The bill by Democratic Sen. Alex Padilla of Los Angeles would prohibit single-use plastic bags at grocery stores and large pharmacies in 2015 and at convenience stores in 2016.

It includes $2 million in loans to help manufacturers shift to producing reusable bags and lets grocers charge 10 cents each for paper and reusable bags.

Typical American copout politicians. There isn’t a single one of these companies that needs a loan…

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Corporations Join Droves Renouncing US Citizenship

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Submitted by Nick Giambruno via Casey Research’s International Man blog,

Don?t be surprised to lose if you don?t make an effort at being competitive.

And if you go out of your way to make yourself less competitive, expect to lose.

If that sounds like simple common sense, that?s because it is.

But it?s also exactly what the US has been doing for years?enacting tax policies that sabotage its global economic competitiveness.

It?s like trying to get in shape for a marathon by going on an all-McDonald?s diet. (Speaking of McDonalds, check out this funny video spoof of what their commercials should really look like.)

Here are two major reasons why the US is lagging in the global economic marathon:

  1. The US has the highest effective corporate income tax rate in the developed world (see chart below).
  1. Unlike most other countries, which only tax domestic profits, the US taxes…

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Over 100,000 Homeless People Have Been Moved Into Homes & It Isn’t Stopping There! One Of The Most Profound Movements Ever!

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Whether you live in a major metropolis or a small town, chances are you’ve seen homeless people sleeping or wandering the streets at some point. On those cold and ruthless winter nights I can’t help but feel compassion and misery for anyone who doesn’t have warm food, clothing, or a bed to help ease the sub-zero temperatures.

In Canada alone it is estimated that at least 200,000 experience homelessness in a year. This number is substantiated by an even larger number of homeless people in the United States, coming in at an unsettling 1.7 million. One can’t help but ask ourselves the daunting question, “what can I do to help?”

A Backwards Solution

Enter 100k Homes. Sparked by the belief that conventional homelessness interventions were not working efficiently enough, 100k Homes is bringing a backwards-considered approach to solving the homelessness crisis.

For years, homeless service providers worked to offer…

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Renouncing U.S. Citizenship Cost: $0; $450, Now $2350, But Officially Inflation doesn’t exist

Renounce your citizenship slavery; be a conscientious objector.
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No Inflation Friday: 422% increase in price to leave the Land of the Free

by Simon Black on August 29, 2014

In fact, renouncing US citizenship was free of charge until a couple of years ago. Then, overnight, the State Departmente imposed a $450 fee.

Yesterday they increased it once again– to $2,350. That’s a 422% increase.
In its explanation, the State Department whined that the costs of processing renunciations had simply become too high.

It’s curious that a government which denies inflation even exists would complain about the consequences of it. -Simon Black

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Taxation without consideration

The only way to keep the Ponzi scheme going is to keep raising taxes on Everyone

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New Stonehenge Discovery Changes Everything – 15 New Monuments!

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Stonehenge has always been a mysterious place. For years, people have been pondering its meaning and whether or not humans had a hand in building the massive circular monument of up-right stones. Just recently, the plot thickened at Stonehenge.

A new study which, prior to, had never been done before suggests that there are 15 previously undiscovered monuments hidden underneath the ancient stone monument of Stonehenge.

Lead researcher Prof. Vincee Gaffney explained “This is among the most important landscapes, and probably the most studied landscape in the world,” he says. “And the area has been absolutely transformed by this survey. [It] won’t be the same again.”

Researchers Used Radar & Laser Scanning Technology

To conduct the study, researchers used a number of technologies to find out what lies beneath Stonehenge. They used a non invasive ground penetrating radar as well as 3D laser scanning to get highly detailed maps…

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Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About Shadow Banking

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Shadow banking is back in the news. First there areongoing problems in Chinawhere bad loans outside of the traditional banking system are causing increasing financial strain. Then, here in the U.S., regulators are also becoming more concerned about the rising use of leveraged loans by non-bank intermediaries or things like peer-to-peer lending, where the largest such company in this space, Lending Club,just filed for an IPO.

Vía Financial Sense

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A World Without Fractional Reserve Banks And Central Planning

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Submitted by John Rubino via The Dollar Collapse blog,

Excerpted From The Money Bubble: What To Do Before It Pops by James Turk and John Rubino:

In a very real sense, it is fractional reserve banking and not money itself that is the root of so many of today?s evils. Whenever fractional reserves are permitted, the banking system ? including the one that exists today throughout the world ? comes to resemble a classic Ponzi scheme which can only function as long as most people don?t try to get at their money.

A Better System
Now, is this critique of the current monetary system just impotent ideological whining over something that, like the weather, can?t be changed? Or could fractional reserve banking and the resulting need for economic central planning actually be replaced by something better? Specifically, how could a banking system without fractional reserve lending accommodate depositors? demand…

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24 Amazingly Clever Uses For Vinegar – So Many Interesting Solutions For Our Everyday Dilemmas

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It’s a smell we are all too familiar with- the pungent, acidic odor which many of us associate with ballpark fries and battered halibut. Vinegar, a simple but handy ingredient which has yielded many interesting uses throughout mankind’s civilized days.

The active ingredient in vinegar is the corrosive acetic acid, which makes up about 5% of the useful solution and is made by the fermentation of acetic acid bacteria and the subsequent oxidation of ethanol. Besides the conventional uses of vinegar with food, it also has a ton of non-conventional uses.

Perhaps you’d be surprised to find out that vinegar can act as an anti-frost for your car windows, or that vinegar can be used to magnificently brighten gold jewelry? Here is a list of 20 ingenious uses for vinegar:

Cool Uses For Around The House

1)    Coffee maker cleaner ? Vinegar can be used to thoroughly clean the…

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Monsanto Loses GMO Permit In Mexico – Judge Sides With The Bees

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A number of countries around the world have now completely banned GM food and the pesticides that go with them, or have severe restrictions against them. This comes after the world has experienced a massive resistance against Monsanto and other biotech giants that manufacture GMOs and pesticides.

It?s (the resistance) also a result of numerous studies that have emerged showing the environmental and health dangers that are associated with pesticides, as well as health dangers that could be associated with GMOs.

The latest country to make headlines with regards to banning Monsanto products is Mexico, as a group of beekeepers was successful in stopping Monsanto from the planting of soybeans that are genetically modified to resist their Round-up herbicide.

Monsanto Loses Mexican Permit

Monsanto had received a permit to plant its seeds on over 250,000 hectares of land, which equates to approximately 620,000 acres. That?s a lot of land…

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Coca-Cola buys stake in Monster Beverage

Trick or treat? Without prejudice, every corporation soda goes towards the extermination of the people or the planet. On a fractional reserve banking system, your $1 soda tax invoice is sold to your reserve bank for $10 to stock markets = $100 to world bank $1000.00. Every soda can fund at least a small drone .
Ask yourself this: “How many drones are the people funding daily on this planet.?”
Know this: This madness will only stop if you stop it: Be a conscientious objector, drinking soda is guaranteed to kill.

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Follow The Money


In a risky bid to jolt sagging sales, Coca-Cola Co. is paying $2.15 billion to acquire a 16.7% stake in energy-drink maker Monster Beverage Corp. as part of an asset swap.

Coke badly needs some big new ideas. Global soda sales growth is slowing for a third straight year and the company missed its overall targets last year as a result. Diet Coke is falling off a cliff.

Energy drink sales, by contrast, have been a bright spot in the beverage market, though sales have been slowing after several years of double-digit growth. Global energy-drink sales increased just 6.8% last year in dollar terms, down from 11% in 2012 and 20% in 2011, according to Euromonitor. The caffeine-fueled category also faces rising regulatory scrutiny in the U.S. and abroad.

Monster is the country’s No. 2 energy-drink maker, second only to the maker of Red Bull. As one of…

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