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Saturday, December 11, 2010

A Discussion Of The Debt Relief Options Available Today | Burn Down the Freaking Mission

Wall Street Hustlers and Banksters | Burn Down the Freaking Mission

from Gerald Celente

Friday, December 10, 2010

Debt Consolidation Simply Explained. | Burn Down the Freaking Mission

and the alternatives

Repair My Credit Card | Burn Down the Freaking Mission

Fix your credit if you can't walk away.

Reverse Cell Phone Number Search – The Basics | Burn Down the Freaking Mission

Banksters: Exposing the Federal Reserve System | Burn Down the Freaking Mission

A little Federal Reserve History | Burn Down the Freaking Mission

Hitler and Bernanke | Burn Down the Freaking Mission

The Big Bank Theory - The Daily Show with Jon Stewart - 12/07/10 - Video Clip | Comedy Central

we can't even print money -

Wednesday, December 8, 2010

Words I Live By

Bhumibol Bridge - Bangkok

they don't call it Bangkok for nothing

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If I Could Only Eat One Meal the Rest of My Life

Dessert Sushi


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How to avoid living in a police state

Trash Collection » Junkyard Philosopher

grow your own food - survival garden

I never thought I would consider this option.

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Learn To Grow Food

Another reason
why you want to purchase some land is so that you will have somewhere
to grow food if you need to. 100 years ago almost all Americans
knew how to grow their own food, and most of them also knew how
to raise farm animals. Today, relatively few Americans have those
skills. A great way to begin is by starting your own "survival garden".
If you are not already doing this, then why not start this upcoming


getting ready for 2012

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Become Less Dependent On Your Job

Many people
define a job as the state of being "just over broke". The truth
is that it is incredibly difficult to become financially independent
working for someone else. Now, the truth is that most Americans
would not be able to survive without a job, but what would you do
if someday you suddenly lost your job during a financial apocalypse?
Now is the time to start investigating alternate sources of income
and different ways to build wealth. Today it takes the average unemployed
American over
33 weeks
to find a job. You may not always be able to count
on being able to get a good job, and the economy is only going to
get worse over the long-term. All of us should be operating under
the assumption that any jobs we now have will someday be taken away.


Sunday, December 5, 2010

wait and see video | Burn Down the Freaking Mission


the most addictive toxin -

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Sugar. (And refined fats – anything that creates oxidation or triggers an inflammatory response.) Make no mistake: sugar is a toxin. The human body will burn only so much glucose – when we get too much, sugar moves to fat cells. It ravages the bloodstream, attacks the pancreas and thyroid and liver, and sets off a chain reaction that inflammation attempts to correct. Sugar, rather than being the base of the American diet (remember, grains – even whole grains – are metabolized, ultimately, as sugar), ought to be at the very top of the pyramid in the section we reserve for “toxins”, right up there with alcohol and cigarettes. Grains – sugar – create a toxic inflammatory environment very similar to what you see with alcoholics. A little inflammation from time to time can be beneficial – it’s the body’s natural healing mechanism.


A PATRIOT Act for Food? by Mark Nestmann

looks like a back door way to regulate supplements to the benefit of the giant pharmaceutical companies -

Doug Casey - On Technology - and N. Korea

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The Internet
is the best thing that's happened for freedom since the invention
of the printing press. Technology is the biggest force for individual
liberty, and politics the main enemy of it. But people idiotically
idolize politicians and generals much more than scientists and inventors.
Despite that, with the development of very powerful, homemade laser
weapons, and 3D printers that will soon allow anyone to make almost
anything, at trivial cost in their garage, the cat will soon be
out of the bag. We should discuss those in the future. These things
are very opportune at the very time that the bloated states of the
world are going into collapse, much like the Roman
in the 5th century.

3 Better Privacy Secrets Banks Don’t Want You To Know by Bill Rounds

expect banks and government to get up further into your business -

Walking Five Miles Per Week Slows Alzheimer's

My father had Alzheimer's when he died. Evil disease. He loved to walk. If this article is true, I hate to think how much longer he would have suffered if he did not walk.