NATO Ready to Attack a Nuclear Plant to Ethnically Cleanse Russians From Ukraine – George Eliason

The recent in-depth discussion between George Eliason and Vanessa Beeley on the reality in Ukraine will shock ands disturb you….

The Wall Will Fall

I interview independent journalist George Eliason based in Donbass for shocking insight into the predatory nature of NATO member states.

What Chernobyl looks like now. Photo: Philip Grossman

“Why is Zelensky shelling a Nuclear plant? The war will end and money stream will dry up. If Ukraine sets off a Nuclear explosion (3 times that of Chernobyl) funding opportunities increase and are guaranteed for 100 years during clean-up operations. This IS the thought behind the process. Bankrupting EU and US while ensuring disappearance of Russians and Russian speakers in the region.”

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Michael Hudson: The End of Western Civilization – Why It Lacks Resilience, and What Will Take Its Place

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Some observers of world affairs feel that Michael Hudson is the world’s greatest living economist.

Read Professor Hudson’s masterful perception/analyis of economic history and current economic conditions from his maximally-wide perspective – based on an immense knowledge of the subject obtained through decades of intense research and focused study, and there’s a very good chance you will agree and feel his Earth-sweeping message is of extraordinary significance for humanity now, during these unprecedented precarious days on Earth in July 2022…

The New Dark Age

Monday, 11 July 2022 — Michael Hudson

By Michael Hudson, a research professor of Economics at University of Missouri, Kansas City, and a research associate at the Levy Economics Institute of Bard College.

The greatest challenge facing societies has always been how to conduct trade and credit without letting merchants and creditors make money by exploiting their customers and debtors. All antiquity recognized that the drive to acquire money is addictive and indeed tends to be exploitative and hence socially injurious. The moral values of most societies opposed selfishness, above all in the form of avarice and wealth addiction, which the Greeks called philarguria– love of money, silver-mania. Individuals and families indulging in conspicuous consumption tended to be ostracized, because it was recognized that wealth often was obtained at the expense of others, especially the weak.

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