Capitalism

14 posts categorized as "Capitalism"

Toto, I Don’t Think We’re in Kansas Anymore

April 2, 2019, by Roland Manarin

Kansas was unrecognizable to Dorothy and her dog, Toto, after they entered the land of Oz. In the same way, “America,” as a concept, no longer exists in the U.S., writes Jeff Thomas in an article published on internationalman.com. “Its vestiges remain, but soon, they too will be on the way out,” Thomas writes. In…

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National Self-Perception

February 5, 2019, by Roland Manarin

Thomas Jefferson once said: “History hath shown that, even under the best forms, those entrusted with power have, in time and by slow operations, perverted it into tyranny.” He said this more than 100 years ago. However, his prediction has become true today for the United States. As Jeff Thomas wrote in an article published…

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Doug Casey on the End of the Nation-State

November 15, 2018, by Roland Manarin

Over the past 200,000 years, mankind has gone through three main stages of political organization — “Tribes, Kingdoms and Nation-States,” wrote author and libertarian philosopher Doug Casey in a recent article published on internationalman.com. Tribes began in pre-historic times and were comprised of people who were mostly genetically related and essential for survival in the…

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Erased history: how Rockefeller bankrolled Soviet Russia

October 1, 2018, by Roland Manarin

Gary Allen’s book, “None Dare Call it Conspiracy” become a bestseller after shortly after it was published in 1971. I read the book back then and thereafter quoted it often in my lectures. Allen’s thesis was pretty straightforward: super rich American capitalists were financing socialism. That book, writes Jon Rappoport in an article published on…

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The Bull Market: 9 Years and Counting

March 16, 2018, by Roland Manarin

Nine years ago, the stock market hit bottom. It happened on March 9, 2009, the day the Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB) was forced to change their overly strict Mark-to-Market accounting rules. These rules were forcing banks to write down assets to illiquid, untraded market prices. This was destroying capital and the banking system. “Once…

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Dinesh D’Souza Explains “The Big Lie”

January 25, 2018, by Roland Manarin

Small lies are easy to catch, but big lies are more sneaky, says author and producer Dinesh D’Souza in a recent speech at Liberty University. Because the big lies are so large, it’s harder to get your head around them. “So, it’s actually easier to pedal a big lie,” he says. The “Big Lie” he…

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