Guest Post Produced by Marion Schneider
I like the concept of Thanksgiving, though the history is rightly associated with the Native American genocide at the hands of Euro-banker mercenaries. Thanksgiving should serve as a metaphor for the kindness which the “real human beings” embody.
Those European expeditions, financed by the inbred Sangreal (bloodline) Illuminati Kings, were designed to decimate indigenous people and, more importantly, their collectivist worldview, which still today serves as a roadblock on the bankers’ path towards world domination. Continue reading
Listen Here: Scroll down to November 26th
First came the traitorous Tea Party/Koch Brothers attempt to drive our government over the debt default cliff without so much as mentioning canceling Federal Reserve-held debt or a single banker arrest or hanging.
The Tea Party should change its name to East India Company, which its namesakes attacked because this Rothschild tool’s taxes were to be CUT by the Crown. Continue reading
(Excerpted from Chapter 4: Transportation: Stickin’ it to the Matrix)
America has the worst public transportation system in the world. As such, we have become a car culture to the extreme. When you are ready to make that run for rural America, you will need a car.
In the meantime, if you are living in a city with decent public transportation or with good bike lanes, consider selling your car. You’ll save lots of money on gas, insurance and maintenance. You can use the proceeds from the car to pay off your credit card debts and bolster your savings account grubstake. Continue reading
(Excerpted from Chapter 26: African Bush Taxi: The Grateful Unrich…)
If all mankind were to disappear, the world would regenerate back to the rich state of equilibrium that existed ten thousand years ago. If insects were to vanish, the environment would collapse into chaos - Edward O. Wilson
Nelspruit, South Africa
Over coffee and a smoke, we sit on the shady veranda at Nelspruit Backpackers listening to UB-40. Laundry is done, rung and hung. We reflect on our three-day self-guided safari to incredible Kruger National Park and the stunning Blyde River Canyon. Continue reading