The world seems to be going mad. It’s gets crazier with each and every day. So what can be done? Terry called in on Open Phone Friday and explained what each of us can do in our own lives to stop the madness.
Warning – Solutions of the opposite consciousness will be presented.
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Seeking the Russian soul
The Cold War lasted from the end of WWII in 1945 until the peaceful dissolution of the Soviet Union in 1991. The two global superpowers, the USA and USSR, were played against one another like pieces on a chessboard by the real superpowers: the wealthy elite controllers who aspire to world . . . → Read More: From Russia with Love
You know why silver is fluttering around the same sorry mark of 31-32? Because it is programmed to flutter tightly around this or that mark.
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The corruption of morality
As with every other sector of our social system, religion is subject to infiltration by predators and parasites at the points of concentrated power in its structure, which for many religions is a pyramidal hierarchy. Once the structure is co-opted, it draws wealth and power into the hands of a few . . . → Read More: Decentralized Religion
A movement to withdraw money from the big banks by November 5th is growing exponentially. It began less than two weeks ago on Facebook by 27-year-old Kristen Christian. It was then quickly endorsed by the Occupy Wall Street movement and other social networks.
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Trust me, I’m a doctor
The first time I seriously questioned the medical establishment was when I learned how physicians are trained by intentionally overworking them and subjecting them to sleep deprivation during their hospital residencies, resulting in avoidable errors including deaths. I later watched how the medical profession, which had long since been compromised . . . → Read More: Decentralized Medicine
What if energy were free?
What would our world be like if energy were as free as air? For one thing, abundant energy could provide clean water everywhere by desalinating, purifying and transporting seawater, allowing for an immense increase in agricultural production including food, clothing and building materials. We could have all the necessities of . . . → Read More: Decentralized Energy
Security: at what cost?
The easiest social area to argue the need for centralized authority is security, because primitive fears are evoked when security is threatened. Logically flawed statements such as “we must destroy our potential enemies before they destroy us” or “we must operate secretly and outside the law, and deprive you of your . . . → Read More: Decentralized Security
The Internet: the greatest threat to elite domination
The emergence of the Internet poses a greater threat to the control of humanity by a small elite class than the appearance of the printing press did in the fifteenth century. Because the elite were able to turn the printing press to their benefit . . . → Read More: Decentralized Communication
The Republic in crisis
The Founding Fathers of the United States understood the problems of both centralized power (tyranny) and pure democracy (mob rule), and so devised a system where the two are intricately balanced. This balance is articulated in the Declaration of Independence, the Constitution and the Bill of Rights. Together they are perhaps . . . → Read More: Decentralized Government
Like every other social system, agriculture is vulnerable to the consequences of central control; but compared to money, manufacturing and education, the consequences are easier to understand, more direct, and potentially more catastrophic. Everyone understands that we need food on a daily basis in order to survive. Only breathable air and potable water are more . . . → Read More: Decentralized Agriculture
“I know no safe depository of the ultimate powers of the society but the people themselves; and if we think them not enlightened enough to exercise their control with a wholesome discretion, the remedy is not to take it from them but to inform their discretion by education. This is the true corrective of abuses . . . → Read More: Decentralized Education
Functions and properties of money
The body can not be healthy without good blood and conversely, if there is a problem anywhere in the body it can usually be detected by a blood test. Blood serves the dual functions of transporting nutrients and oxygen to tissues and also removing waste products. Good circulation of the . . . → Read More: Decentralized Money
Let’s examine the immediate crisis facing America, the debt crisis. Why do we have so much debt? We could rightly blame the money system or the political process, or the wealthy elite who control both, but the most direct explanation is that for many years we have done more consuming and borrowing than producing and . . . → Read More: Decentralized Manufacturing