21 Sep 2013

The Truth About Ritual Male Genital Mutilation

Stefan Molyneux: Stefan Molyneux breaks down the truth behind circumcision, including details on the procedure, it's history, rate of occurrence, claimed medical justifications, relation to masturbation, negative consequences and it's morality.

The Case for Investing in Gold - Ludwig von Mises Institute

: The last two years have been disappointing for gold investors and what happened this week to the yellow metal epitomized the frustrating price movement. After the Fed startled the markets by announcing that it was going to continue with its current rate of bond purchases, gold shot up from just under $1300 an ounce to $1370. But late Thursday, it started to back off somewhat from those gains before falling sharply on Friday.  It ended the week at $1325, virtually unchanged from the prior week.
How can that possibly be?  It has, after all, become more evident that the Fed is politically hindered from turning off the money spigot. If gold can’t stay elevated on that development, what hope is there going forward that it will resume its decade-long uptrend and eventually overtake the  2011 high of $1900 per ounce? And so why bother investing in gold?
Yet the case for investing in gold does not depend on the market’s reaction to the Fed’s latest doings. For a trader in gold — someone looking to profit from taking a position over a period of days or weeks — it certainly would.  An investor, by contrast, has a longer time horizon — years, if not decades. For the investor, whether or not to buy gold necessarily entails forming a judgement about the larger and more enduring forces that impinge on its price. Is our politico-economic system, in other words, congenitally disposed to the cheapening of the currency?

Crimes & Cracks of Capitalism - Max Keiser and Stacy Herbert with Professor Steve Keen

In this 500th episode of the Keiser Report, Max Keiser and Stacy Herbert, discuss what the economy and financial sector look like five hundred episodes later. They find an economy where the wealth and income gap is the highest ever, median income has collapsed and the mainstream media alleges the government is 'assaulting' JP Morgan with all the fines for the bank's many criminal activities. In the second half, Max interviews Professor Steve Keen about banking and leverage five years after the collapse of Lehman Brothers. Source

Libertarianism: An Introduction

Stefan Molyneux: What is libertarianism? Stefan Molyneux provides a brief introduction and explains the principals behind the political philosophy.

zomgitscriss video on feminism and patriarchy debunked

Mind Hack: This video has been made because people seems to think that her way to see the patriarchy is good. It needed to be debunked.


Angry, Disgusted, Frustrated - The US Economy Devastated

Bernie Sanders: Sen. Bernie Sanders discusses the devastated US economy on the floor of the US Senate. 22% of US children live in poverty and growing. "Top 1% have never ever had it so good!"

Lethal Vaccines, SSRI Dangers and the $1,000,000 dare!

AJ: Alex welcomes the Health Ranger - Mike Adams of Natural News to discuss SSRI's and the lies involving vaccines, their dangers as well as the necessity of good health and diet to help counter act toxins in our food and everyday products? Source

Elites’ strange plot to take over the world

A few decades ago, politicians hatched a Tom Friedman-esque idea to unite U.S. and Western Europe. Did it succeed? 
The idea of a country seems pretty simple. I live in America, and I’m an American. She lives in France, and she is French. The Americans have a president who is their leader, the British have a prime minister, the French have their own president, and so forth.
But the way political decision-making around security issues ricochets around the world, from Western capital to Western capital, is making a mockery of commonly held conceptions of national sovereignty. In recent weeks, a British parliament vote on Syria forced the U.S. president to seek authorization from Congress, while leaked documents detailed extensive cooperation between the intelligence services of the U.S. and other nations. The president of Bolivia was forced to down his plane by Italy and France, just because he joked about having Edwards Snowden on board. And so on, and so forth.
This all demands the question: Why do we hold the conception that we live in separate nation-states? Well, it turns out that this question was actually asked after World War II, and the answer American leaders came up with was … we shouldn’t.

This is not a recession its a Robbery "THE MOVIE" out October 4th

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Barack 'Baby Bomber' Obama: "We're A Banana Republic, This Is A Deadbeat Nation"

From "The lady doth protest too much, methinks." Department:
"This is the United States of America, we’re not some banana republic. This is not a deadbeat nation. We don’t run out on our tab. We're (not) the world's bedrock investment, the entire world looks to us to make sure the world economy is stable (not). We can’t just not pay our bills."

Barack H. 'Death List' Obama

Julie Borowski & Matt Kibbe "Spreading Liberty Online"