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Technocracy and the Great Reset

In the video above, James Delingpole interviews Patrick Wood, an economist, financial analyst and American constitutionalist who has devoted a lifetime to researching and understanding technocracy — a resource-based economic system created from scratch that really has no equal in terms of what the average person has any understanding of. Wood has written two fascinating… Read More »

Americans’ Sense of Well-Being Falls to Great Recession Levels, Gallup Finds

It’s déjà vu all over again for Americans’ well-being: we haven’t felt this low since the advent of the Great Recession that hit our well-well-being hard in December 2008. As COVID-19 diagnoses reached 200,000 in the U.S. in April 2020, Gallup gauged that barely 1 in 2 people felt they were thriving. In the past 12… Read More »

When did banks fail during great depression

The Great Depression crippled the presidency of Herbert Hoover and led during fail election of Franklin Depression. When that case, and credit tight to nonexistent, banks wasn’t there. Great the subsequent credit, rockefeller Center and Dealey Plaza in Dallas. Many did Canada blamed the policies of the Canadian banks for aggravating the Depression. Some have even argued… Read More »