Monthly Archives: June 2011

Health Slavery

One of the things that intrigued me on my pursuit of knowledge is that in addition to the economic, educational, information, and energy slavery that we currently live in, we are also living in an environment of health slavery. Health … Continue reading

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France’s 1700s Fiat Money Inflation

I’ve always heard the phrase, ‘Those who do not read history are doomed to repeat it’, and boy does make sense. Our minds are wired that we are able to forget and it has its advantages and disadvantages, like being … Continue reading

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People I Follow: Marc Faber

I have been following investment analyst Marc Faber for a few years now and he is best known for his Gloom, Boom & Doom Report. I have always been happy with his outlook analysis when he’s on TV as well … Continue reading

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Likely Outcome of the US Economy and Dollar

Recently, I came across news that Belarus at the end of last month devalued its Belarus Ruble by 36 percent against the US Dollar and up to 56 percent against other currencies in order to help resolve the country’s balance … Continue reading

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