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Let's make everything FREE! An introduction to The Free World Charter.

Let's make everything FREE! An introduction to The Free World Charter.
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Electricity from the sun and the wind Major Objectives To reduce the economic and institutional barriers between people and sustainable housing. To begin reversing the overall negative effect that conventional housing has on the planet. To create a less stressful existence for people in an effort to reduce the stress that they in turn place on the planet and each other. MEMBERSHIP Members will be provided with a membership certificate and a deed which will allow, define and locate the member's lodging site as well as their ultimate interest in the common lands. All members accepted into the association are assumed to understand and be in agreement with the experimental nature of the G.W. program. In that the Greater World Community became (at the mandate of Taos County) a subdivision after it was already established as a community, rules and regulations of the subdivision will prevail over previously established rules and regulations of the community. POWER No power grid electricity shall run on this land. LEMURIA (phase I) A.

the capitalist network that runs the world - physics-math - 19 October 2011 AS PROTESTS against financial power sweep the world this week, science may have confirmed the protesters' worst fears. An analysis of the relationships between 43,000 transnational corporations has identified a relatively small group of companies, mainly banks, with disproportionate power over the global economy. The study's assumptions have attracted some criticism, but complex systems analysts contacted by New Scientist say it is a unique effort to untangle control in the global economy. Pushing the analysis further, they say, could help to identify ways of making global capitalism more stable. The idea that a few bankers control a large chunk of the global economy might not seem like news to New York's Occupy Wall Street movement and protesters elsewhere (see photo). But the study, by a trio of complex systems theorists at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Zurich, is the first to go beyond ideology to empirically identify such a network of power. The Zurich team can. 1.

Exposure To Money Triggers Unethical Decisions Money corrupts. It’s behind almost all political and corporate scandals. It triggers wars. "My workers and I are interested in why do good people, normal people sometimes engage in unethical behavior," says Kristin Smith-Crowe, one of the study’s authors. The researchers theorized that exposure to money can trigger a business decision frame--a way of looking at decisions that focuses solely on cost/benefit analysis and the pursuit of self-interest--which in turn can lead to unethical outcomes. In one study, participants were shown 30 of these phrases--15 neutral, 15 money-related for one group, 30 neutral phrases for the control group. You work as an office assistant for a department at a University. Participants who were primed with money-related phrases were significantly more likely to choose unethical decisions than those who weren’t. In another study, participants played a game where they could lie to other participants to receive $5--or receive $2 without lying.

Free-Energy Devices, zero-point energy, and water as fuel Study finds capitalist network of companies runs the world [with list] | ZME Science A recent study conducted by researchers from Zurich found that a ‘super entity’ of 147 companies controls 40% of the entire corporate network. As protests against unbalanced financial power sweep from Wall Street to the rest of the world, an analysis of over 43.000 transnational corporations found that a relatively small group of companies (mainly banks) have a totally disproportionate power over global economy. The work is quite controversial, as some assumptions were made in order to complete the study – and these assumptions were challenged by some. However, most complex system analysts claim that the work is a remarkable effort to untangle control in the global economyş taking the study one step further could lead to finding ways of improving capitalism. The idea that a few groups of banks control the global economy is not new to many, but for the first time, this study has moved from ideology to identifying this network of power. “Such structures are common in nature,” says Sugihara.

Why Cities Should Use Public Banks Instead of Big Banks The Public Banking Institute (PBI) is a non-partisan think-tank, research and advisory organization dedicated to exploring and disseminating information on the potential utility of publicly-owned banks, and to facilitate their implementation. For more information about public banking, please check out PBI's "Public Banking in America Legislative Guide". Of all the public entities that have fallen victim to the big bank-induced economic downturn, cities have the most compelling stories of being burned. If “all politics is local,” this is even more true for economics, at least where people’s ordinary lives are concerned. City budgets contain the life blood of communities. So we should take good care of our cities, right? School districts around the country face budget restraints and only bad solutions. Trey Bundy and Shane Shifflett of California Watch recently detailed the story of American Canyon High School in Napa Valley.

FREE ENERGY: WHAT THE GLOBAL ELITE DON’T WANT YOU TO KNOW | Truth Survival A Tightly Knit Network of Companies Runs the World Economy, Says Network Analysis A small, tightly woven network of companies, mostly banks, wields disproportionate control over the global economy, according to a new study. To the thousands of protesters swept up in the global Occupy movement, it may seem like a case of science confirming the obvious. It's based on a few extrapolations and assumptions that are open to debate, but the overall findings shed some light on the intimate ways 21st century capitalism works — and how those functions can undermine the entire system. A trio of systems theorists at ETH Zurich examined the world's 43,060 transnational corporations and studied their share ownerships, searching for commonalities that tie the companies together. They worked with techniques used to study complex systems in nature to construct a model of which companies controlled which other companies, and through which networks. They add that domestic anti-trade strictures prevent the core from acting as some kind of cash cartel. [via New Scientist]

PROPAGANDA (2012 Since it mysteriously appeared on YouTube on July 18, 2012, ‘Propaganda’ has been described as ‘1984 meets The Blair Witch Project’, ‘A mouthful of scary porridge’, and ‘Even better than Triumph of The Will.’ It topped Indiewire’s top 10 films to watch out for at IDFA, where it had its world premiere. This was followed by The Independent declaring it ‘the real viral hit of 2012’ and Films for Action rating it their Number One film for 2012. So far, the film has been translated in to six languages. Controversial to the core, ‘Propaganda’ is part of an ongoing international incident involving the Australian Federal Police, the South Korean Embassy in New Zealand, the Catholic Church, the Counter-Terrorism Unit in Christchurch and the Korean Society, which has publicly accused the filmmakers of being North Korean agents. From "Sabine": Here is the formal statement I gave to Federal Police on 16 June 2012: Furthermore, I now believe these people work for the DPRK. Sabine

New Car Engine Sends Shock Waves Through Auto Industry Despite shifting into higher gear within the consumer's green conscience, hybrid vehicles are still tethered to the gas pump via a fuel-thirsty 100-year-old invention: the internal combustion engine. However, researchers at Michigan State University have built a prototype gasoline engine that requires no transmission, crankshaft, pistons, valves, fuel compression, cooling systems or fluids. Their so-called Wave Disk Generator could greatly improve the efficiency of gas-electric hybrid automobiles and potentially decrease auto emissions up to 90 percent when compared with conventional combustion engines. The engine has a rotor that's equipped with wave-like channels that trap and mix oxygen and fuel as the rotor spins. These central inlets are blocked off, building pressure within the chamber, causing a shock wave that ignites the compressed air and fuel to transmit energy. The Wave Disk Generator uses 60 percent of its fuel for propulsion; standard car engines use just 15 percent.

Who Runs the World ? – Network Analysis Reveals ‘Super Entity’ of Global Corporate Control Business Published on August 28th, 2011 | by Michael Ricciardi In the first such analysis ever conducted, Swiss economic researchers have conducted a global network analysis of the most powerful transnational corporations (TNCs). Their results have revealed a core of 737 firms with control of 80% of this network, and a “super entity” comprised of 147 corporations that have a controlling interest in 40% of the network’s TNCs. Strongly Connected Component (SCC); layout of the SCC (1318 nodes and 12,191 links). Node size scales logarithmically with operation revenue, node color with network control (from yellow to red). [Note to the reader: see the very end of this article for a ranking of the top 50 'control holders'] But now we have the results of a global network analysis (Vitali, Glattfelder, Battiston) that, for the first time, lays bare the “architecture” of the global ownership network. What was needed, assert the researchers, was a complex network analysis. and End Notes:

'Propaganda' Review - Pyongyang Style Republished from destinationtravelinfo.blogspot.com.au By Destination Travel Info If YouTube was a race, gold would go to South Korea with Psy’s ‘Gangnam Style’ easily topping one billion hits, while silver would go to North Korea for it's documentary ‘Propaganda’ currently sitting at 1.3 million hits. This hard hitting expose on capitalist public relations techniques takes a pot shot at almost every aspect of the Western system and scores many direct hits. ‘Propaganda’ is either a damning indictment of 21st Century culture or the best piece of propaganda in a generation. The 96 minute expose currently has a score of 8.1 out of 10 on IMDb and was loaded onto YouTube on 18 May 2012, claiming to have been smuggled out of the world’s last Stalinist state by North Korean agents posing as defectors to Seoul. A Propaganda film about Propaganda ‘Propaganda’ claims that PR is a recipe that has been perfected to control the lives and shopping habits of the West.

Car that runs on nothing but water unveiled in Japan. No gasoline, no battery recharging and no emissions. | PRESS Core – Evidentiary News, World News, Special Reports, Technology, Health, Videos, Polls “All that is necessary for the triumph of evil is for good men to do nothing." ~ Edmund Burke Bill Clinton announced what it represented in his State of the Union Address Jan 27, 2000 ~ “It is a Rising Sun!” The Eye of Horus. A satanic Illuminati (enlightened) symbol for resurrection. Depicts pagans worshiping the Sun. The Sun was first worshiped in ancient Egypt as Horus (Lucifer), then as Ra and later as Amun-Ra. You can also see a pyramid in the logo - 2 hands raised and joined together giving homage to the Sun. Other Satanic subliminal (hidden) messages - the convention was held in Charlotte. Look at images of the convention when Obama gave his speech and you will see a lot of suggestive messaging. Exemplifying the old adage “An apple a day keeps the doctor away”. "Apples are a good source of soluble fiber, especially pectin, which helps control insulin levels by slowing the release of sugar into your bloodstream. Snipers are the biggest psychological deterrent on the battlefield.

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