(Infowars) – Gaming has taken a very realistic turn over the past several years with titles like Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 and others taking on probable war scenarios with countries and regimes that the U.S. and their allies has had friction with. Russia invaded otherwise peaceful U.S. neighborhoods in Call of Duty and North Korea does the same in Homefront.
The back-story trailer includes clips from real-world news blended with actors giving a prophetic account of the death of Kim Jong il, gas prices hitting $20.00, the rise of a unified Korean state, and all-out war after an attack on the US via satellite. Continue reading →
(InTheseTimes) – The legacy of slavery in America is inextricably bound with the history of the nation. And the State Department has finally acknowledged that, even today, people continue to be bought and sold as property.
The 2010 Trafficking in Persons report, a global review of human trafficking and civic and legal responses to it, for the first time ranks the United States among the nations that harbor modern-day slavery. Read More Here
We’ve all been taught that banks first build up deposits, and then extend credit and loan out their excess reserves.
But critics of the current banking system claim that this is not true, and that the order is actually reversed.
Sounds crazy, right? Continue reading →