To Save Main Street, Tax Wall Street

[Economic]
To Save Main Street, Tax Wall Street
By Sarah Anderson
Posted March 4, 2017

tax Wall Street to save Main StreetAll too often these days, large U.S. corporations and Wall Street banks seem more interested in tapping overseas markets than in growing a customer base at home. When local communities in America’s heartland suffer, it’s no skin off their backs.

By contrast, our nation’s small businesses depend on the health of their communities. When young people don’t have the opportunity to get an education and a good job, these Main Street businesses take a direct hit.

Unfortunately, this up and coming generation is entering a job market with too few opportunities to earn enough money to make a down payment on a house, eat in restaurants, or support local merchants. More…

The Globalists Strike Back With A Major Push Toward A Cashless Society

[Economic]
The Globalists Strike Back With A Major Push Toward A Cashless Society
By Michael Snyder
Posted March 3, 2017

paying cash is one of the last things we can do anonymouslyIn a truly cashless society, governments would be able to track where everybody is and what everybody is doing all the time. And in order to have access to the cashless system, people would have to comply with whatever requirements governments wanted to impose on their helpless populations. The potential for tyranny that this would create would be off the charts, but very few people seem greatly alarmed by the move toward a cashless system all over the globe.

The reason why this is taking place all over the planet is because this is a global agenda. The globalists ultimately plan to completely eliminate cash, and this will give them an unprecedented level of control over humanity. More…

Homeless Build Drug-Free Camp to Help Others Get Sober, Cops Promptly Tear it Down

[Community]
Homeless Build Drug-Free Camp to Help Others Get Sober, Cops Promptly Tear it Down
by Matt Agorist
Posted March 3, 2017

homeless camp that worksKnown as ‘The Promised Land,’ a group of homeless people in Oakland sought to improve their situation by creating a camp that would foster sobriety and help people to get jobs. However, because the government constantly wages war on the people’s right to exist, this unique and inspiring place is no more.

The Promised Land, also known as The Village, was a small camp under multiple layers of highway in a small and underused city park. Multiple homeless camps in Oakland, California are rife with heroin abuse and crime. However, the people who created this one aimed to be different. More…

System Failure – Waking Up in the Matrix

[Spirit]
System Failure – Waking Up in the Matrix
By Morag O’Brien
Posted March 2, 2017

we live in the MatrixLike Neo in The Matrix films, we must find our true self to survive. We must believe we can manifest our own reality, connect to our inner power and know in our hearts, minds and souls that there is a better world – a new earth – waiting for us to find it.

If we choose the blue pill, then there is no awakening; we stay asleep, plugged in and aligned to the frequency and limitation of the matrix. But if we choose the red pill, we step through the looking glass, fall down the rabbit hole, and let go of all that holds us back. We seek truth and learn to speak truth, even when our voice shakes. At this stage of humanity’s awakening, while the matrix of control is still pulling so many strings, the red pill is not for the faint-hearted; it is for the truth seekers, the earth warriors, the teachers, artists and free thinkers, the islanders, the angels and the indigos — for the people who want to free themselves, and others, and rise from the limitations of the matrix and into their true unique potential. More…

A Crackdown on the Poor and Hungry

[Social]
A Crackdown on the Poor and Hungry
By Dennis Bernstein
Posted March 1, 2017

governments attacking homelessThe most common government response to the suffering of those being forced into homelessness is for local authorities to make laws against being homeless. Laws against sleeping, sitting, asking for money or what officials call ‘Quality of Life Crimes,’ living outside and lower[ing] the quality of life of those fortunate enough to not yet be forced out into the streets.

Another [tactic] is to pass laws seeking to end the sharing of meals to the hungry in public … hoping that by hiding the ‘problem’ of seeing so many of our neighbors living [on the streets], it will go away. Over 70 cities have passed laws regulating or banning the sharing of free food with the homeless outside.

According to a recent report from the Federation of Protestant Welfare Agencies, 21.8 percent of the nation’s children and 15 percent of the population overall are poor and often hungry. Despite the growing needs of the homeless, the Federal government continues to cut vital services and assistance meant to help the most at-risk among us. More…

Andrew Ross Sorkin’s Attempt to Make Tim Geithner a Hero

[Economic]
Andrew Ross Sorkin’s Attempt to Make Tim Geithner a Hero
By William K. Black
Posted February 28, 2017

Wall  Street saved by governmentI am watching the film Too Big to Fail based on Andrew Ross Sorkin’s book of the same name. It led me to check out the price of the used book, which has fallen to $1.02, which is low enough that I am willing to buy a copy of the book, particularly since not a penny will go to Andrew Ross Sorkin. The financial analytics displayed in the movie and the book are so poor and dishonest that I need to have a copy by my keyboard as an inspiration to keep trying to cut through the calculated dishonesty about Wall Street pumped out nearly every day in the pages of the New York Times.

The movie starts with the imminent failure of Lehman. It is an astonishingly sympathetic portrait of Wall Street, Hank Paulson, Tim Geithner, and Ben Bernanke. The movie invents a scene in which the Treasury leadership explains “in English” the causes of the crisis to the Treasury PR person. There is not a word about the three fraud epidemics that hyper-inflated the bubble, drove the crisis, and produced the Great Recession. As one expects of a Sorkin tale, it is all about personalities and “great men.” (Women are rare and powerless, even FDIC Chair Sheila Bair.) The movie and book have a patina of financial jargon that Sorkin thinks constitutes analytics, and a nearly total failure to probe the Wall Street BS about the crisis. More…

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