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RIOTS: 3 Places All Hell Has Broken Loose in the Last Few Days

This report was originally published by Daisy Luther at The Organic Prepper A lot of people like to think that the SHTF is some distant thing that probably won’t ever happen. But, in reality, it happens every single day, someplace in the world. Riots have occurred all over the world recently, stranding travelers, destroying property, […]

Haiti Official Who Exposed The Clinton Foundation Is Found Dead

The mainstream media’s silence over Klaus Eberwein’s death is deafening. Eberwein was a former Haitian government official who was expected to expose the extent of Clinton Foundation corruption and malpractice next week. He has been found dead in Miami at the age of 50. The circumstances surrounding Eberwein’s death are also nothing less than unpalatable. According […]

U.N. Child Abuse Scandal Is Latest In History Of Sex Crimes Committed By Officials, Peacekeepers / William Craddick / April 17, 2017 Last week’s report from the Associated Press revealing the bust of a child sex ring run by United Nations peacekeepers in Haiti was far from the first time the United Nations has been associated with child-abuse rings. The U.N. has for decades been rocked by accusations of sex crimes ranging […]

25 Cities On The Brink Of Disaster: “Don’t Be Here When Things Get Violent, Unsafe, & Fragile”

Submitted by Mac Slavo via, The 21st Century is inching ever closer towards chaos… and the time to get out of the big city is upon us. With economic conditions, growing crises, desperate populations looking to scratch by, and more hatred and division than at any previous point in American history, the city has […]

Haiti: Red Cross Builds SIX Houses With $500 MILLION BY STUART HOOPER / JUNE 5, 2015  21st Century Wire says… International NGOs have the potential to be world leaders in the provision of a better world for millions of people, instead they abuse their usually tax-exempt position, breaking promises and leaving people in misery. READ MORE The post Haiti: Red Cross Builds SIX Houses With $500 […]

U.S. Plunges to #46 in World Press Freedom Index, Below Romania and Just Above Haiti

Be prepared for the next great transfer of wealth. Buy physical silver and storable food. / Michael Krieger / February 12, 2014 One of my most popular posts of 2013 highlighted the decline of America’s once large and enviable middle class. It was titled: How Does America’s Middle Class Rank Globally? #27, and it helped to […]

Warren Edward Pollock: The Best Investment & A Fat-Rat’s Chance in Hell

Today I was on Live in prime time on Russia Today in Europe.. there is a fat chance in hell I will be invited to present my talking points on mainstream TV. All consuming propaganda, and the gatekeepers of fact and viewpoints alike are all part of restrictive and controlled "context that we live in."

We grew up being told to work hard to get ahead, do everything according to the system. Our system was there to help us. In crisis, in retirement, or in disability it would protect us..   Today our system seeks to bleed us dry, take from us, trick us, and then (controlling the information flow) turn each of us against one another.

Some of the latest affronts against reform include the "ExPatriot Act" and the growingly intrusive and brazen security state. We are also lawless, rich and laws, and short on justice.

That is the context

What should I invest in because of this oppressive context and the collapse it courts

Perhaps we need to think about the old adage, "invest in yourself." But in our context that old axiom may not hold entirely true. Perhaps we need to update that idea a bit using critical thinking as our guide.

Why don’t we pretend we are approaching a point where the US will be allot like Haiti. We can then use our reasoning skills to develop a meaningful strategy for reform.

–Worst Case Scenario – Haiti..

Despite the passage of time, Haiti’s infrastructure remains in very poor condition, unable to support normal activity, much less crisis situations. Last year’s cholera outbreak — exacerbated by inadequate public sanitation — killed thousands of Haitians, further straining the capacity of medical facilities and personnel and undermining their ability to attend to emergencies.

WE need to invest no only in ourselves but also towards reform by doing what we can as individuals working to our best interests; and as a side effect to "the greater good."