VANCOUVER, BC – In an ExopoliticsTV interview with Alfred Lambremont Webre, Melanie Vritschan, public relations director of the European Coalition against Covert Harassment (EUCHAC.ORG), reviews electromagnetic weapons attacks.
Vritschan discusses weapons attacks physically directed against EUCACH and its staff ever since NSA whistleblower William Binney was confirmed as a keynote speaker for EUCACH’s Brussel’s Covert Harassment Conference on Nov. 20, 2014.
There have been important developments in NATO this week; Joseph discusses those French-built Russian aircraft carriers, the recent Russian provocations of NATO, and a little known aspect of German military involvement in Russia.
Morris Herman is behind the Youtube channel 108morris108, which features independent thought and analysis of world events and trends, a little quirky and individualistic, yet it is clear that Morris’ channel reveals some experience in the professional news media.
Morris’ channel first had an impact during the Libyan assault by NATO and often concentrates on Middle East affairs. Morris is a traveler and is also happy to engage in videos suggesting some of our news headlines are actually hoaxes or manufactured. Continue reading →
Ellen Hodgson Brown explains the rationale behind state owned banks.
Due to the collapsing credit bubble which in turned popped the housing bubble, leading to recession, and perhaps, economic depression, there is not enough money and credit to keep the economy running. Three possible solutions are that the federal government issue debt-free money directly, that communities create alternate or community complementary currencies, or that a state create its own state owned bank, similar to the Bank of North Dakota.
For example, a state owned bank in Michigan could provide credit to the state itself for infrastructure projects, help provide the capital for local banks, so they could in turn provide low interest loans to home owners, small and medium sized businesses, and students. In addition, a state owned bank could be used to help fund state expenses during tough times by providing loans. Continue reading →
Wealth preservation expert Egon von Greyerz is not bullish on the U.S. dollar. Greyerz explains, “More and more countries are trying to go away from the dollar, and I think the days of the dollar are counted.
I think the dollar is going to start falling rapidly in coming months and years. Of course, it already has fallen dramatically in the last few decades, but that will now accelerate. It will go down to its intrinsic value which is zero, which most currencies do over their lifetime. Of course, we have the movements in Russia and China with alternative currencies for commodities like oil, etc. There will be a very disorderly reset with currencies falling. They can’t all fall at the same time, but they will fall dramatically, and gold will, of course, reflect that.