Archive for November, 2012

Posted in Society on 20/11/2012 by Living out of Eden

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Kyle Bass writes:

Trillions of dollars of debts will be restructured and millions of financially prudent savers will lose large percentages of their real purchasing power at exactly the wrong time in their lives. Again, the world will not end, but the social fabric of the profligate nations will be stretched and in some cases torn. Sadly, looking back through economic history, all too often war is the manifestation of simple economic entropy played to its logical conclusion. We believe that war is an inevitable consequence of the current global economic situation.

Larry Edelson wrote an email to subscribers entitled “What the “Cycles of War” are saying for 2013″, which states:

Since the 1980s, I’ve been studying the so-called “cycles of war” — the natural rhythms that predispose societies to descend into chaos, into hatred, into civil and even international war.

I’m certainly not the first person to…

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World economy collapse, explained in less than 3 minutes.

Posted in Crisis, current events, Financial crisis, Macro-economy, politics, Society with tags , , , , on 14/11/2012 by Living out of Eden


Posted in Culture, Democracy, politics, Society on 11/11/2012 by Living out of Eden

– Ok, let’s try and reach an agreement. Build a certainty.

– Agreed. Let’s go ahead.

– For instance: 2 + 2 = 4

– Why?

– Why what??

– I don’t think so.

– What exactly “you don’t think so”, it wasn’t about opinions, but agreements.

– But we’d come to an agreement based on our opinions, shouldn’t we?

– Yyyeeeeesssssss, bbbbuttt, only partially. There ought to be at least a minimum dose of objective truth in what we agree.

– But the thing is I disagree with that.

– (….)?????!!!!!!

– That way, if you are trying to possess the truth, we’ll get nowhere.

– Hummm, no, I think you misunderstood me: I don’t want to possess the truth, I just want to reach a truth “together”.

– But you are not being respectful with my opinion.

– Oh C’mon, what’s your opinion….

– You are contemning me.

– Me? When? How?

– Now! Don’t you see?

– Let’s go back to the start. With which part of “2 + 2 = 4” you disagree?

– But that way, you are taking me to your own logic.

– Well, what is you logic then?

– For example, that the first “2” cannot be the same as the second “2”.

– You mean the first term in the equation can be different than 2, and the same for the second? Meaning that 1+3=4 too?

– No, I mean the first “2” is not equal to the second, for one is before and the other is after.

– And …. how does that affect the equation?

– What does it matter how that affects the equation? What matters is that it’s my opinion and you are nobody to stop me.

– You are right, I’m nobody…

– And another example, 0 + 4 also equals 4.

– That’s true. I haven’t thought of that.

– You see? How you are being parcial, and have a biased perspective on reality?

– You’re right, I see. Shall we continue later? What’s your opinion?

Posted in Society on 09/11/2012 by Living out of Eden


Published on Nov 7, 2012 by GlobalResearchTV

The systematic failure of every level of the US air defense on the morning of September 11th provides one of the clearest “smoking guns” in the full complicity of key elements of the US government and defense department in those attacks. In his new peer-reviewed article published at the Journal of 9/11 Studies, author and researcher Paul Schreyer outlines many of these key anomalies and the way they have been carefully covered up by the so-called 9/11 investigations. This is the GRTV Feature Interview with your host James Corbett and our special guest, Paul Schreyer.

Find out more in this week’s GRTV Feature Interview

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Posted in Society on 08/11/2012 by Living out of Eden


Another viewpoint questioning the ability of the American public to understand their politics and the woes of their country.

An article by JG Vibes,

For many people who are actually aware of the corruption that exists within the United States government, it wasn’t really the outcome of the elections that they were paying attention to this week.

Instead, it was the popular reaction to the elections that a lot of free thinkers had their eye on this time around and, sadly, that reaction has been beyond disappointing.

Even though Congress has a 9% approval rating and more people are losing faith in the establishment by the day, there has been a new wave of state worship invading the social dialogue thanks to all of the recent election hype.

Giddy news reporters are talking on television about how Obama should just do whatever he wants even if it is…

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Elections in the U.S.A.

Posted in Crisis, current events, Democracy, Financial crisis, Government, politics, Society with tags , , , on 06/11/2012 by Living out of Eden

What about Indi?

The incomprehensible triumph of the vote:

If Romney wins, then Obama wins, and Goldman Sachs wins, and the Establishment wins. Even Harrison Ford might win.

But beware!!! On the contrary, if Obama wins, then Romney wins, and Goldman Sachs wins, and the Establishment wins. And of course, again, even Harrison Ford could win.

You see? How vital it is that you cast your vote?


Posted in Crisis, current events, Democracy, Economy, Financial crisis, News, politics, Technology with tags , , , , on 03/11/2012 by Living out of Eden

While a gobbsmacking technology allows man to confirm that the closest exoplanet outside the Solar System has been identified in Alpha Centauri, a hurricane is capable of putting Long Island beside Cuba.

Moreover, it’s becoming evident that a global synchronic financial crisis, is letting the First World population as close as can be, to that of the Third World.

We will keep reporting.

Stay tuned.