Which World?

Explore the ideas presented here and add your own. Which world will work best for you?

SustainableBusiness.com News It seems that whatever the issue is, the Koch Brothers are there, even ones you wouldn’t expect them to be interested in – like GMO agriculture or health care. Given that their fortune comes from oil and chemicals, it’s understandable that they would be against mass transit and the growth of renewable energy. […]


Excerpt from article on AlterNet by By Lynn Stuart Parramore, February 13, 2014  | “Wall Street is using loopholes in financial legislation to seize control of entire industrial chains. “Wall Street watchers have been concerned for some time about the monopolizing trend among big banks. One of the most alarming developments in recent years is […]

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Seth On the Third Christ Personality

by Pete on January 26, 2014

I would like to make certain points clear. The “new religion” following the Second Coming will not be Christian in your terms, although the third personality of Christ will initiate it. This personality will refer to the historical Christ, will recognize His relationship with that personality; but within him the three personality groupings will form […]


Questions for Banking and Government

January 23, 2014

My wife, Sandra, and I are financial supporters of the Public Banking Institute (PBI) in Sonoma, California. As a result of my thoughts during conversations with PBI representatives, and since I’m not attending the June PBI conference in Detroit, I was asked to write my thoughts down so other public banking supporters could read them. – Pete What […]

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100 Years Is Enough: Time to Make the Fed a Public Utility

December 24, 2013

Posted on December 22, 2013 by Ellen Brown December 23rd, 2013, marks the 100th anniversary of the Federal Reserve, warranting a review of its performance.  Has it achieved the purposes for which it was designed? The answer depends on whose purposes we are talking about.  For the banks, the Fed has served quite well.  For […]

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The Government Shutdown and the Republican Playbook

October 1, 2013

To justify war and defense spending (to make money), do we create enemies? Can we let money control our lives, let alone our elections? Should we insist on public funding of elections? Like religion, should we insist on separation of corporation and state? From the Republican (and sometimes, Democratic) Playbook: 1.) “Tell people what they want to hear […]

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Making the World Safe for Banksters: Syria in the Crosshairs

September 12, 2013

By Ellen Brown “The powers of financial capitalism had another far reaching aim, nothing less than to create a world system of financial control in private hands able to dominate the political system of each country and the economy of the world as a whole.”  —Prof. Carroll Quigley, Georgetown University, Tragedy and Hope (1966) Iraq […]

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Carroll Quigley on the History of Money and Banking

August 26, 2013

“The powers of financial capitalism had [a] far-reaching aim, nothing less than to create a world system of financial control in private hands able to dominate the political system of each country and the economy of the world as a whole. This system was to be controlled in a feudalist fashion by the central banks […]

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My Experiences up Close with the People Who Bombed a 700-Year-Old Civilization into Dust

July 23, 2013

By Fred Branfman, July 18, 2013 – Published on Alternet (http://www.alternet.org) I learned how the power of the executive branch has corrupted mass media. I learned firsthand about the realities of executive branch power 40 years ago, when I discovered that a handful of U.S. executive leaders from both political parties, liberals and conservatives, had […]

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Sugata Mitra TED Video and Natural Learning

March 17, 2013

The value of an idea is in the reality it creates. What would the world be like if we made being who we love to be and doing what we love to do our primary objective? Instead of letting fear and money drive our behavior, why not let love and natural passion drive us. Couldn’t […]

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