Posts Tagged ‘Poverty’

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Walkabout

Posted: 21st July 2011 by Khannea Suntzu in Uncategorized
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The idea is simple. I wear one or several HD/HDR camera’s on me. I wear either a recording device on me that registers all. When I can afford I wear a means to directly uplink what my camera registers, real-time and united by satelite connectivity. And then I switch the camera on, take enough echargable […]

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Michael Hudson is a highly-regarded economist. He is a Distinguished Research Professor at the University of Missouri, Kansas City, who has advised the U.S., Canadian, Mexican and Latvian governments as well as the United Nations Institute for Training and Research. He is a former Wall Street economist at Chase Manhattan Bank who also helped establish […]

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And in most cases production and manufacture jobs lost are boring jobs, so good riddance. However what we should not want is then to find a substantial portion of our population is unable to do stuff that makes a humane, dignified existence. Eventually we’ll need something like a basic income. Yes, taking money from those […]

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Without a doubt, America has reached the age of the robot. In the past few years, hundreds of robotic breakthroughs have made headlines: unmanned planes, bots in space, dancing robots, self-driving cars, a Jeopardy-playing robot. Now, the President wants even more. Last month Obama announced the National Robotic Initiative, a commitment to invest $70 million […]

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We are facing an increasing segment of the population emphasizing ignorance, superstition, paranoid fantasies, superficiality, irrationality and whatnot. We won’t make it as a species. I mean seriously I am neck deep in the land of 3d6 facepalm.

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Many of our readers are preparing for what can only be described as the unknown – a whole host of things can go wrong. We know that the economic outlook in America and the world is bleak. The only answer from politicians and economic masterminds who sit behind the curtain is to borrow and spend […]

Like a Rolling Stone

Posted: 29th June 2011 by Khannea Suntzu in Uncategorized
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So you want me “politically correct” ? I can do that to. Once upon a time you paid for oil so fine You sold the arabs some subprime, didn’t you? People’d call, say, “Beware dollar, you’re bound to fall” You thought they were all kiddin’ you You used to laugh about Everybody that was hangin’ […]

Consumer Report

Posted: 28th June 2011 by Khannea Suntzu in Uncategorized
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The formula is simple and you can do it too. Essentially you go into a supermarket and look for something revolting. This is generally a generic cheap brand product. You buy a few boxes or packages. Then make a video and put it on Youtube, say this channel. The videos should be somewhat objective and […]

Comments Off on 50 Things Every American Should Know About The Collapse Of The Economy

Right now, we are witnessing a truly historic collapse of the economy, and yet most Americans do not understand what is going on. One of the biggest reasons why the American people do not understand what is happening to the economy is because our politicians and the mainstream media are not telling the truth. There […]

The Road To Hell

Posted: 26th June 2011 by Khannea Suntzu in Uncategorized
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IMPORT Tax Now

Posted: 23rd June 2011 by Khannea Suntzu in Uncategorized
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I call on the EU to collect these taxes: 1 – the difference between wage costs in product that is imported versus wage costs of an equivalent product manufactured locally is unfair competition. I say tax it – and then send half that money back to the workers of China. So if a bike imported […]

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MUMBAI: US President Barack Obama may not recommend “cheap healthcare” in India for his countrymen but Alan and Brian, a deaf-and-mute gay American couple couldn’t find a better place to have their twins, a girl and a boy. After trying for a baby in the US for about six years, the couple decided to come […]

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As the U.S. economy collapses, the thin veneer of civilization that we all take for granted is going to begin to disappear. In fact, there are already an increasing number of signs that the collapse of society is accelerating. In cities such as Chicago, roving packs of young people are “mob robbing” local businesses, randomly […]

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Oh … and something different. Let me get this straight. The Netherlands is in the grips of a ‘simpleton rumbling majority government’, the PM is argueing for a type of austerity and established service cost cutting that will without any doubt will costs hundreds if not thousands of people their lives – and the analysis […]

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Without getting to alarmist – I foresee catastrophic economic turmoil. Monetary economies are suffering major problems. Without getting bogged down in details – I think this has been caused by several conflicting mechanisms: (i) there is ambiguous global economic growth. This is no longer true as peak-oil and the (alleged) effects of resource depletion, global […]

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Flannery O’Connor once described the contradictory desires that afflict all of us with characteristic simplicity. “Free will does not mean one will,” she wrote, “but many wills conflicting in one man.” The existence of appealing alternatives, after all, is what makes free will free: What would choice be without inner debate? We’re torn between staying […]

A momentary blip

Posted: 6th June 2011 by Khannea Suntzu in Uncategorized
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