“THE INDIAN REMOVAL ACT” On this day in 1830, Congress passed “The Indian Removal Act” which permitted the forceful and sometimes violent removal of Native Americans from their homes, towns, villages and farms in the Southeastern United States. A few years later, thousands of Cherokee landowners and landowners of other nations were removed from their …[continue reading]

Bitcoin Threatens To ‘Take Power’ From The U.S. Federal Reserve

Bitcoin, which has roared back over the last few weeks after what many feared was a terminal decline since its peak in late 2017, has long been called a threat to the existing financial system and the central banks that run it—though these claims have in the past been largely fringe ideas. The bitcoin price, now hovering …[continue reading]


POVERTY ISN’T A LACK OF CHARACTER; IT’S A LACK OF CASH A TALK BY RUTGER BREGMAN There are a whole lot of people lavishly employed in the profession of “helping” the poor. Are they really helping them? So are, but the total infrastructure is bloated, wasteful and ineffective. s there an alternative? “Poverty isn’t a …[continue reading]

How the blockchain is changing money and business | Don Tapscott

What is the blockchain? If you don’t know, you should; if you do, chances are you still need some clarification on how it actually works. Don Tapscott is here to help, demystifying this world-changing, trust-building technology which, he says, represents nothing less than the second generation of the internet and holds the potential to transform …[continue reading]


ONE TRILLIONS DOLLARS A YEAR IN SALES It damages vision, it causes neurological diseases, it creates heart problems. It can even trigger autism. It’s called MSG and it’s in practically every food under over fifty different highly deceptive names. It’s an artificial version of a natural amino acid, the surplus of which is traced to …[continue reading]

The Dark Side of ‘Smart’ Meters

In this invitational presentation to the San Francisco Tesla Society consulting engineer Rob States explains how PG&E’s so-called ‘smart’ meters work and why they endanger health and privacy. He asks the obvious question, “Why would you trust the company that brought you Prop. 16?” For more info: EMBED A VIDEO (Optional):

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Longest lung cancer survivor refused chemo in 1975! Carl Helvie and Chris Wark

Chris Wark interviews Carl Helvie, the longest living lung cancer survivor. Carl refused chemo and used natural methods to heal himself in 1975 after being given 6 months to live! Carl is the longest known lung cancer survivor. He searched until he found a physician willing to try nutritional therapy. He took several supplements including …[continue reading]