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Wall Street Bank Murder Conspiracy and Cover Up

Posted by on February 13, 2014 in Economy with 0 Comments
Wall Street Bank Murder Conspiracy and Cover Up

Three prominent Wall Street executives and one financial reporter have all died within 19 days, with all of them connected to investigations on financial fraud.

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Presence over Profit: The Psychology of Intrinsic and Instrumental Value

Posted by on February 11, 2014 in Economy with 0 Comments
Presence over Profit: The Psychology of Intrinsic and Instrumental Value

Money is a pure abstraction, about which we have some unbelievable superstitions and mental blocks. Even worse, it’s an abstraction of an abstraction; one that inculcates a sense of guilt. When money becomes the goal of life, we tend to confuse it with happiness and pleasure. When we see others without money we tend to confuse their poverty with unhappiness and displeasure, thereby creating guilt. Most of this happens subconsciously. But it’s a natural psychological reaction that plays upon our powerful system of empathy, which leads to our thinking that we should do something to relieve the suffering of others while also assuaging our own guilt.

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Economic Elite Announce Plan to Replace Human Labor with Machines

Posted by on February 9, 2014 in Economy with 1 Comment
Economic Elite Announce Plan to Replace Human Labor with Machines

Speaking at the recent Davos economic conference – widely considered to be the elite economic forum to discuss trends and political strategy – an expert in artificial intelligence and machine learning, Jeremy Howard, had some stunning announcements that indicate a major shift in employment is set to occur very soon. As Howard states in the video below, we have hit a critical threshold where machine intelligence is performing better than even the leading experts in the fields of medicine, science, and banking among others. This has vast ramifications, as this crossover coincides also with the replacement of skilled and non-skilled human labor with robots. Between the two events, people from all economic classes are being threatened with replacement in an unprecedented way. It is being called technological unemployment – a type of permanent unemployment that greatly exacerbates our current recession/depression, because the lost jobs most likely will never return.

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Bankster Suicides and Bank Run Chatter

Posted by on February 7, 2014 in Economy with 0 Comments
Bankster Suicides and Bank Run Chatter

James Corbett and James Evan Pilato cover the economy this week and more including: Financial world shaken by 4 bankers’ apparent suicides in a week; Harvard Economist Is Pulling All His Money From Bank Of America; Nikkei hardest hit amid global share sell off…

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Chris Hedges: Crisis Zones and the Collapse of Complex Societies

Posted by on February 6, 2014 in Economy with 0 Comments
Chris Hedges: Crisis Zones and the Collapse of Complex Societies

Abby Martin features an exclusive interview with Pulitzer Prize winning journalist Chris Hedges concerning areas of extreme poverty that he refers to as crisis zones, as well as the reasons behind the collapse of complex societies.

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Zappos to Become Largest Company to Embrace a Self-Governing Structure

Zappos to Become Largest Company to Embrace a Self-Governing Structure

If all goes well, by the end of this year Tony Hsieh won’t be the CEO of Zappos. In fact, he’ll just be another employee, without a title. Zappos has been widely recognized for maintaining a thriving community culture within the company through it’s emphasis on positive employee lifestyles.

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Harvard Economist Expects Bank Runs, Withdraws $1 Million from BofA

Posted by on February 4, 2014 in Economy with 0 Comments
Harvard Economist Expects Bank Runs, Withdraws $1 Million from BofA

In today’s video, Christopher Greene of AMTV reports on Terry Burnham, a former Harvard economics professor, who suspects there might be a bank run at Bank of America and therefore he withdrew the bulk of his holdings. Read more HERE.

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What’s The Alternative?

What’s The Alternative?

In a world where we’re conditioned to believe in the animalistic concept of ‘survival of the fittest” and that having a big house, shiny car and piles of money in the bank makes us better than others, we need to actively evolve our consciousness in order to break through to the other side.

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The Paper Silver & Gold Dominoes Are Falling — Jan Skoyles

Posted by on February 2, 2014 in Economy with 0 Comments
The Paper Silver & Gold Dominoes Are Falling — Jan Skoyles

Writer and researcher Jan Skoyles joins us to discuss German gold, the paper silver and gold Ponzi, three dead international bankers in one week and the stunning work of her pal Koos Jansen, the man Harvey Organ calls the ‘go-to researcher” when it come to Chinese gold accumulation and the Shanghai Gold Exchange. Thanks for tuning in. Jan’s site: http://therealasset.co.uk/

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To Truly Address Inequality, Let’s Build a People-Centered Economy

Posted by on January 31, 2014 in Economy with 1 Comment
To Truly Address Inequality, Let’s Build a People-Centered Economy

The high-tech hubs and natural gas drilling the president called for in his state of the union speech aren’t the answer to our economic woes. Instead, we need to follow the leadership already coming from communities, workers, and small-business owners.

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Doug Casey: Bond Bubble Blowing Up, Gold-Silver More Important to Own than 1971 or 2001

Posted by on January 29, 2014 in Economy with 0 Comments
Doug Casey: Bond Bubble Blowing Up, Gold-Silver More Important to Own than 1971 or 2001

Join Greg Hunter he goes One-on-One with investor Doug Casey, author of the new book titled “Right on the Money.” On physical gold and silver, Casey says, “Gold is more important to own and perhaps a better bargain now than in 1971 or 2001, and the same is true of silver.”

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Davos Billionaires: Oblivious to the Coming Revolution

Posted by on January 26, 2014 in Economy with 0 Comments
Davos Billionaires: Oblivious to the Coming Revolution

A cultural revolution is creating a new global collective conscience between capitalism and inequality, the Haves and the Have-nots. A powerful virus is spreading, rising from the grass roots of billions in the repressed poor and the middle class, forcing moral leaders to step forward and openly challenge the destructive forces of capitalism.

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Davos: Peeling Back the Veneer of the World Economic Forum

Posted by on January 22, 2014 in Economy with 1 Comment
Davos: Peeling Back the Veneer of the World Economic Forum

In no way should The World Economic Forum be allowed to insert itself as a legitimate voice on the resolution of the very issues that its agenda – the perpetual growth of its partners – precipitates. On the contrary, it should be fiercely resisted – precisely what the alternative World Social Forum, Occupy WEF, and other anti-globalization groups were created to do.

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Economic Inequality Poses Major Risks to Human Progress, Says Report

Posted by on January 20, 2014 in Economy with 1 Comment
Economic Inequality Poses Major Risks to Human Progress, Says Report

Eighty-five people control the same amount of wealth as half the world’s population, according to a recently released report by Oxfam. The 85 people cited in the report control about $1.7 trillion in wealth, roughly the same as the poorest half of the world’s population. Moreover, the richest 1 percent of the population has a net worth of approximately $110 trillion, which is 65 times the wealth of the bottom half.

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