I pledge allegiance…

Flag, Republic, Under God, we all know the semantics we dutifully spout each day we attended preparatory school; preparing for the work place and patriotic tax paying, whether immediately or postponed four to eight years down the road after pursuing the ever evasive and expansive knowledge attainable only after the sale of one’s soul and credit worthiness, or so we’re told. But, these days the word “democracy” rolls off the tongue without a second thought to describe our current form of government and foreign policy, “our gift to the world.” Another way to describe the paradigm between a democracy and republic is collective and individual, respectively. Yet, if one makes the mistake of picking up a printed form of journalism or turning on the tube, you no doubt encounter the labels of “Republican” and “Democrat” ascribed to the two parties of the day, words, which have been detached from their etymological origins. After reading and revisiting George Orwell’s 1984 and his concept of newspeak, the shaping of thought through the defining of words used in a language, I began to evaluate the present use of the words with their original meanings, and still find myself grasping for reality.



The Few Banks that Own All

Separate only in name, the top 1,318 companies in the world own each other, creating a consolidated front on the global economy.

Real Currencies

In the autumn of  2011 an already legendary study by a number of Swiss scientists revealed that a small number of banks controlled a decisive stake in the globe’s economy. The idea that the banks are a cartel and that this cartel controls the economy is now a scientifically quantified matter of record.

By Anthony Migchels for Henry Makow and Real Currencies

The study, called ‘the Network of Global Corporate Control’ was done by Stefania Vitali, James B. Glattfelder, and Stefano Battiston, in Zurich, Switzerland. The method was datamining the Orbis Marketing Database 2007, with data on more than 30 million economic actors (companies and investors) worldwide, including asset positions.

The study was published in the New Scientist, a highly respected outlet of mainstream science.

The results were interesting, although basically predictable.

Massive centralization
It transpires that there are about 43,000 companies that are Transnational according to…

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What policy would you like to change? Why?

A New York Times article on the astounding percentage of fellow Americans, neighbors, sons, daughters, moms, and dads spending holidays behind bars is shared below. The attached photograph is designed after a 1971 song and campaign embarked upon by John Lennon and Yoko Ono. Christniss is the official holiday of the Mushroom Tea Party: Today, Tomorrow, and the Niss Day.