Life and debt

How the IMF destroys countries.

Roger Ebert’s Review

Most Americans have been bewildered by the anti-globalization protesters at recent meetings of the International Monetary Fund and the World Bank. Isn’t free trade a good thing? Isn’t a global economy great for everyone? What could the protesters possibly be objecting to? ”Life and Debt,” a documentary by Stephanie Black, with a commentary written by Jamaica Kincaid, looks at the effect of the International Monetary Fund on the economy of Jamaica. The result, she argues, has been the destruction of Jamaican industry and agriculture, the end of Jamaica as a self-sufficient economic entity, and its conversion into a market for North American goods and a source of underpaid labor.

While you were impeaching…

While the USA is bogged down with the Trump Master distraction, America 2050 is being crafted via amendments to the USMCA new NAFTA agreement.

This is a plan to make one super region, North America, with sub regions with no internal borders.

In other words a European style Union where local and federal governments are superceded by technocrats.

Everyone ok with being ruled by a committee aka a bureaucratic King?

Thought not.

Role tape at 48:15.

Podcast: No Agenda
Episode: 1199: “Slackified”
Position: 00:57:50
Link: podplayer.net/?id=90049344&t=3470

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The truth about alternative energy

Alternative energy isoke controlled opposition in the truth industry.

Sponsored by one of my favorites controlled ops Michael Moore.

What if alternative energy isn’t all it’s cracked up to be? That’s the provocative question explored in the documentary “Planet of the Humans,” which is backed and promoted by filmmaker Michael Moore and directed by one of his longtime collaborators. It premiered last week at his Traverse City Film Festival.

abc3340.com/news/entertainment/new-michael-moore-backed-doc-tackles-dark-side-of-alternative-energy

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