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TOPIC: Possible solutions to the worlds problems

Possible solutions to the worlds problems 06 Dec 2016 18:58 #1


As we descend into an ever more confusing world of narratives and counter narratives it becomes increasingly important to remind us about the basic things that form the foundation of life and community

There is a lot of entrained helplessness in our society because the system is designed to keep people down and subjugated to the system. The corruption exposed through the recent election cycle in the US and the danger that in dodging the clinton bullet we may have jumped into the fire with trump leaves many people feeling helpless in the face of events of such overwhelming magnitude. Its my believe that ultimately the solution does not lie within the system but with individuals acting at grassroots level outside the system in order to unhitch themselves from the rotten and corrupt system in a peaceful way.

So this thread is not about big governments or corporations it is about the little guy and gal on the street and what they might do to be the change they'd like to see in the world. Obviously not everyone can be a major player and leave a large mark on the world but what each person can do is play their small part in a wider process which when added to the parts played by others can add upto something significant.

I'm going to offer up ideas for alternatives and some may appeal to some while others may not. But even if all the ideas are not appealing its my hope that it will still encourage people to see that there are in fact all sorts of ingenous ideas out there and that the reason they don't grow to eclipse the corporate system is that the corporate media does not inform people about them and as a result people do not engage with them and that is where we come in!

If we are to build a better world we have to make a conscious choice from one moment to the next what it is we want to support with our time, energy, labour, money, psychic energy and so on. One way to see it is that every pound, dollar, ruble, or whatever currency we use, that we spend is in itself a vote for the kind of world we want to live in. For example if we all shop for lunch at mcdonalds then we are supporting a corporate world that chops down rainforests and then gives us unhealthy food lacking in any real nutritional value, whereas if we buy organic, fresh food then we are voting for and supporting a world without harmful chemicals and with less health problems among the general population etc

I'm going to avoid singling solutions down to one thing and instead am going to post a bunch of different ideas to get people thinking about the options and about different ways we could go about things. I can't vouch for all the people or groups mentioned and i recommend researching anything more completely before diving in headfirst to make sure its legit and not a trojan horse eg a soros vehicle etc

If you have any of your own ideas please post them or if you see any potential flaws in any of the solutions posted then please add that too as maybe solutions can be discarded or evolved into better ones. Hopefully this thread can spark some thought and discussion on alternative ways of doing things and who knows it might even open some new doors for some people. If you like some of he ideas, pleases share them around the internet.
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Possible solutions to the worlds problems 06 Dec 2016 19:10 #2

Truth Satellite

This solution is one of the easiest things that any of us can do as it can be done from the comfort of our homes with the very computer in front of us.

Acting as a 'truth satellite' is simply taking information from independent media sources or ideas from this thread and then posting it in places where people would not normally have exposure to such material. This is in effect 'reality hacking' people who have not yet seen outside the corporate media bubble and the false narratives and perceptions that it weaves.

It involves much of what you are probably already doing which is seeking fresh insight and then taking that and boosting the signal out to more people to expand the reach of the independent media. In effect we become satellites to boost the truth around the world to more people in the hope that it will go viral and as more people can see the corruption within the system they will become more open to the kinds of ideas that will be presented in this thread.

I suggest that you sign into some forums which could be related to anything at all and then you start spreading handpicked and quality information that will make people sit up and think. Its important to pick good information that will stand upto scrutiny otherwise you'll just end up discrediting your cause.

If for example you can get people thinking about how building 7 went down on 911 without being hit by a plane then you will have reality hacked through the false narratives of the government.

You will meet resistance and may even be banned from some forums but it doesn't matter because the seed will have been planted. So then you just move onto the next platform and keep going. As more people do it the momentum will grow and what was considered 'conspiracy theory' will eventually be recognised (where it was true) as fact.

I think its best not to rise to people if you come under attack as you must show them that so called 'conspiracy theorists' are not only rational people but often the best informed as well. You need to be polite but persistent. Let the other person act like a jackass if they want but don't let them bait you. Ignore insults and just keep posting the information because as we know there are government shills out there who are being paid to disrupt online discourse. The technical name for this, snowden tells us, is 'cognitive infiltration' which is effectively paid government shills going onto forums, chatrooms etc to spread missinfo and sow seeds of doubt in the minds of the public. For example they might counter your argument about building 7 with some faux scientific stuff about melting supports etc. This is why we have to pick our information carefully and be ready to back it up with facts.

This solution can be done by anyone at anytime and as we have seen in recent months the mainstream corporate media is losing its relevance. It's time for citizen journalism and the bloggosphere to take its place
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Possible solutions to the worlds problems 06 Dec 2016 19:13 #3

The Full Circle Project

The full circle project was set up by people like Max Igan as a way to help regular people meet up and coordinate activism. It allows you to see who is in your area and to reach out and meet likeminded people in your local community. As a way to begin reaching out to people and to find out what sort of things are going on in your area it could be a good resource. Here’s their website:

Info from their website:

‘’When the time came for Max Igan to start formulating the idea of The Full Circle Project in 2012, he was particularly concerned to draw attention to the plight of the Amazon forest and all the natural treasures it contains. He wanted to call people everywhere to come together and recognise the power we had as One People to change the tide of destruction and the rape of our planet. The idea was based on gathering funds to buy large parcels of land to put into trust for the original Amazonian peoples to care for as they have done throughout living memory.

However, the recognition that the might of corporate mining companies was strong in terms of financial persuasion, Max decided instead to re-focus the Full Circle Project on building community resilience in every location possible and to find effective remedy to issues of concern at a local level; something he had been advocating in his regular podcasts over the previous eight years.’’

‘’Banking: If you still have any money deposited in the main stream banking system, that money is being invested into whatever commercial, military or government scheme offers the best returns to the bank with some of the interest residue coming on to you. So unless it’s an ‘ethical bank’ with strict rules that disallow investment into the instruments of ecocide and war, you can be sure that, at any time, your money will be funnelled-off into the weapons trade; nuclear power production plants; R&D into the genetic modification of the food chain; big pharma medicines; mass highway construction; large scale fossil fuel extraction as well as directly into the pockets of the banks themselves!’’
‘’Taxation: Man, this is a tough one – but it’s right at the hub of the problem. Here we are, cursing the fact that we have to kiss goodbye to around two to three months worth of our annual incomes – every year. But do we stop to consider where our money goes? If we did we would be shocked to find out that in all likely-hood it goes straight to the corporate bankster cartel who are masterminding the centralized regulatory power package which is close to driving us ‘bona fide’ humans off the face of this planet.’’
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Possible solutions to the worlds problems 06 Dec 2016 19:18 #4


Here is an interview with climate scientist Piers Corbyn (brother of Labour party leader Jeremy Corbyn) on the Richie Allen show where he says geoengineering is occurring in the form of spraying aerosols into the skies above us:

That they are spraying toxic particulates into our skies, is a shocking reality which society must face and deal with before we have a catastrophic health problem on our hands. The way we deal with this issue is to first force it into the public sphere so that the powers that be can no longer deny it and then we must argue that it is unsafe to spray aluminium and other substances into the atmosphere. However that debate cannot even occur until the general public become aware of this issue. For this reason we must spread awareness across social media and the blogosphere but we must also make our politicians aware of it.

The list of links at the bottom of this post was give to me by an activist who suggests they are sent by people to politicians and others. Geoengineering activist Dane Wiggington calls this process of sending emails and letters to various people ‘sending out flaming arrows’. Our aim is to spread information and awareness like a fire spreads, so if we want to play our part in the solution then we all need to start lighting those fires of truth around the world. We can all do our bit by firing out some flaming arrows of truth. Please email the links to your local politicians; but first here are some other useful links for activists:

CIA director speaks about the weaponisation of weather:

James Corbett: geoengineering, the real climate change threat
Contribute to the stop geoengineering defence fund here
Global March against chemtrails
SHADE the documentary
Protecting yourself from chemtrails

Here are possible links to send to politicians. Please check them out and if you are happy with them and the information contained therein then please email them to your local authorities; there are also petitions on 38 degrees which if they get enough signees will be presented to MP’s so please sign them!

A paper providing evidence: ‘Directive to ban stratospheric aerosol geo-engineering’:

A peer reviewed paper titled: ‘Evidence of coal fly ash toxic chemical geo-engineering in the troposphere: consequences for public health’ published in the International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health:

News articles:
• The Guardian: US geo-engineers spray particulates from a balloon in New Mexico:
• BBC tackling climate change with technology:
• The Guardian: The powerful coalition who want to engineer the world’s climate:
• The United Nations University: ‘The Frightening Politics of Geo-engineering’:
• The Guardian ‘Millions were in germ war tests’:
• BBC interview with geo-engineering scientist David Keith on the ‘Hard Talks’ programme:
• Presentation made to the Environmental Protection Agency in the US:
• MET office manager speaking about Solar radiation Management:
• A time-lapse of spraying:
• On / off spraying filmed by a pilot:
• Parliament assessment of geo-engineering: @7:15 Dr Schuckburgh says aerosols are an ‘active area of scientific research’:
• Various testimonies submitted to Shasta County Council:
• Doctor Rosalind Peterson addresses the United Nations:
• Geo-engineer David Keith admits to the dangers of spraying aluminium particulates:
• Weather man Kevin Lollis speaking about ‘chaff’:
• Chemtrails Project UK:
• US based information site:
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Possible solutions to the worlds problems 06 Dec 2016 19:34 #5

Peer-to-peer economy and volunteerism

The following link provides a transcript of the Corbett Report episode 301 titled: ‘solutions: The peer-to-peer economy’

The following links provide examples of what are discussed on the programme. James Corbett on volunteerism:

Clip explaining what peer-to-peer is:
Clip explaining peer-to-peer lending:
The unstoppable rise of a collaborative economy:
Hack the Bank: Bitcoin and the New Peer-to-Peer Economy:
Shapeways: Design, Create, and Sell All In One Place Using 3D Printing At Its Finest:
Jay Rogers Interview on the Open Source Car - Local Motors:
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Possible solutions to the worlds problems 06 Dec 2016 19:37 #6


James Corbett outlines his views on anarchistic volunteeristic principle at 40 minutes of his piece ‘what can we do to prepare’:

Show notes with links here:

Solutions: Boycotts and Buycotts
Solutions: Guerrilla Gardening
Solutions: The Peer-to-Peer Economy
Solutions: Pirate Internet
Solutions: Nullification
Outrunning Collapse: the alternative currency solution
Solutions: Sousveillance
How to change your life for good
Solutions on
Suddenly the Bank of Japan has an unexpected problem on its hands…
Real wages fell 3% in fiscal 2014; largest drop on record
The Grayness of Children’s Rights
Anarchist Parenting, Why Discipline is So Important.
Prioritizing Kids in the Anarchist Community
What methods of child rearing do anarchists advocate?

The Well-Read Anarchist #009 – “What is Property?” by Pierre-Joseph Proudhon (complete audiobook)

Are We Ready for Anarchism? - Questions For Corbett


Answering critics of anarchism:

Chomsky on anarchism:

The Daily Anarchist

Mission Statement
The mission of the Daily Anarchist is to advance the cause of individual liberty, primarily through peaceful non-cooperation with government, by establishing a free market based upon property rights. Citizens of planet Earth will band together to create the peace, tolerance, and prosperity that can only come from a healthy respect for freedom.
California native Seth King created the Daily Anarchist in March 2010 in an effort to recruit individuals to exercise their liberty irrespective of government regulations. The ultimate goal of the Daily Anarchist is to de-legitimize state interference by the outright refusal to obey all laws that are unjust, aggressive in nature, and violate the libertarian ethic. Rapid and thorough understanding of the philosophy of freedom coupled with strategic non-violent, non-cooperation on the part of individuals the world over, can and will ensure genuine, lasting reform.

''Mutualism is an economic theory and anarchist school of thought that advocates a society where each person might possess a means of production, either individually or collectively, with trade representing equivalent amounts of labor in the free market.[1] Integral to the scheme was the establishment of a mutual-credit bank that would lend to producers at a minimal interest rate, just high enough to cover administration.[2] Mutualism is based on a labor theory of value that holds that when labor or its product is sold, in exchange, it ought to receive goods or services embodying "the amount of labor necessary to produce an article of exactly similar and equal utility".[3] Mutualism originated from the writings of philosopher Pierre-Joseph Proudhon.
The primary aspects of mutualism are free association, mutualist credit, contract (or federation/confederation), and gradualism (or dual-power). Mutualism is often described by its proponents as advocating an "anti-capitalist free market".

Social Ecology
''Social ecology is a philosophy founded by radical Green author and activist Murray Bookchin. Conceptualized as a radical critique of current social, political, and anti-ecological trends, it espouses a reconstructive, ecological, communitarian, and ethical approach to society.
Social ecology suggests that the roots of current ecological and social problems can be traced to hierarchical (or more specifically kyriarchical) modes of social organization. Social ecologists claim that the systemic issue of hierarchy cannot be resisted by individual actions alone such as ethical consumerism but must be addressed by more nuanced ethical thinking and collective activity grounded in radically democratic ideals. The complexity of relationships between people and nature is emphasized, along with the importance of establishing more mutualistic social structures that take account of this.''

''Syndicalism is a type of economic system proposed as a replacement for capitalism and an alternative to state socialism, which uses Confederations of collectivised trade unions or industrial unions. It is a form of socialist economic corporatism that advocates interest aggregation of multiple non-competitive categorised units to negotiate and manage an economy.[1]
For adherents, labour unions are the potential means of both overcoming economic aristocracy and running society fairly in the interest of the majority, through union democracy. Industry in a syndicalist system would be run through co-operative confederations and mutual aid. Local syndicates would communicate with other syndicates through the Bourse du Travail (labor exchange) which would manage and transfer commodities.

Worker self management
''Worker self-management (sometimes called workers' control or autogestion) is a form of workplace decision-making in which the workers themselves agree on choices (for issues such as customer care, general production methods, scheduling, division of labour) instead of an owner or traditional supervisor telling workers what to do, how to do it and where to do it. Examples of such self-management allegedly include the Paris Commune, the Russian Revolution, the German Revolution, the Spanish Revolution, Titoist Yugoslavia, Algeria under Ahmed Ben Bella, the fábricas recuperadas movement in Argentina, the LIP factory in France in the 1970s, the Mondragón Cooperative Corporation which is the Basque Country's largest corporation, AK Press[1] in the United States, etc.
Workers' self-management is often the decision-making model used in co-operative economic arrangements such as worker cooperatives, workers' councils, participatory economics, and similar arrangements where the workplace operates without a boss. This model of decision making does not involve consulting all employees for every tiny issue in a time-consuming, inefficient and ineffective manner. Real-world examples show that only large-scale decisions are made by all employees during council meetings and small decisions are made by those implementing them while coordinating with the rest and following more general agreements.''

5 reasons why an anarchy system would be better
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Possible solutions to the worlds problems 06 Dec 2016 19:42 #7

Classical Liberalism

The argument for a return to classical liberalism is outlined in the following documentary 'The Four Horsemen':

From Neo-Feudalist System, Keith Gardner states,
"The reality is that our current system is a mixed system of false paradigms. If you take a long-view of history and recognize the false paradigms, you start to see a pattern of feudalism. The New World Order is a new form of neo-feudalism. The goal is of course a world communist government. However, a world communist government is a world fascist government. A world fascist government is a world feudalistic government. The differences are in the details.

The solution is knowing the solution. The solution is classical liberalism. The false left/right paradigm of Marx, Keynes, and Mises will never solve the problem. They all push towards the New World Order and push towards enslavement of the people. Mises is perhaps the most deceptive method of enslavement, which is why they would pursue it, unless you understand feudalism and classical liberalism and recognize Mises as feudalism".
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Possible solutions to the worlds problems 06 Dec 2016 19:46 #8

Banking and alternatives

As the following clip illustrates the money supply is currently controlled by a cabal or cartel of private bankers who create the money out of thin air (counterfeiting) and lend it to governments who must then pay interest on that money from taxpayers money. So instead of going on schools and hospitals and public services much of our taxes goes to service the interest on loans form the central bankers. Instead of this the money could be created by the government TREASURY department interest free. In short the current system is a giant con.

How the central banking system works in a nutshell:

Public banks- keeping your money safe
Two months after the Public Banking 2013 Conference, awareness of Public Banking continues to increase. Folks are waking up to the fact that the Big Banks are extracting much wealth from our communities via usurious and rigged interest rates at all levels–individual, business, and government–and burdening our communities with debt. It is no longer safe even to keep our individual and local governments’ deposits in the Big Banks, as “bail-outs” are being replaced by “bail-ins.” Even Detroit’s bankruptcy, fleecing pensioners to save the banks, is looking suspiciously like the bail-in template originated by the G20′s Financial Stability Board in 2011, which exploded on the scene in Cyprus in 2013 and is now becoming the model globally.

If ever there was an argument for public banking, this is it: Keeping deposits safe, local, and working for local economies. The Public Banking Institute has released a new video stating that there is a serious threat, in the event of another derivatives debacle, that deposits are vulnerable to confiscation in Wall Street banks, making the point that government officials have a fiduciary responsibility to keep our local governments’ funds safe and accessible.

Max kesier discusses Public banks in second half of episode 854

Citizens in Vermont create a public bank
Hungary throws out the Rothschild controlled IMF

Bank of North Dakota
The Bank of North Dakota was established by legislative action in 1919 to promote agriculture, commerce and industry in North Dakota.[3] Though initially conceived by populists in the Non-Partisan League, or NPL, as a credit union-style institution to free the farmers of the state from predatory lenders, the bank's functions were largely blocked by out-of-state financial actors refusing to buy the bonds the bank issued to finance its lending, lending that would have provided competition to the commercial banks.[4] The business-backed Independent Voters Association then pursued shutting down the bank politically.[4] The recall of NPL Governor Lynn Frazier effectively ended the initial plan, with BND taking a more conservative central banking role in state finance. The current president and CEO is Eric Hardmeyer; however, the bank itself is managed by the North Dakota Industrial Commission, which is composed of the Governor, Attorney General, and the Agriculture Commissioner (formerly the Agriculture and Labor Commissioner) of North Dakota.[5]
The Bank of North Dakota is the only state-owned facility of its type in the United States other than the Puerto Rico Government Development Bank.[3] According to the Federal Reserve Bank, seven Indian tribes currently wholly own or substantially control a bank.

Move your money looks at responsible ways to use your money and to store value

If you are unhappy to learn that not only have we the taxpayer had to bailout the banks so that they can pay their creditors (the global investors) but that the banks have also been involved in money laundering for drug cartels and the finance of terrorism and crime as well as rigging LIBOR interests rates, not to mention the selling of toxic assets as triple A rated products then perhaps its time for us to take our money out of the banks and to put it elsewhere for example in community credit unions or other ethical banks

Appeal by Eric Cantona to crash the banks by taking money out of them...simple!

Credit unions
If you are sick and tired of banker corruption why not take your money out of the banks and put it into a community credit union?

A credit union is a member-owned financial cooperative, democratically controlled by its members, and operated for the purpose of promoting thrift, providing credit at competitive rates, and providing other financial services to its members.[1][2] Many credit unions also provide services intended to support community development[3] or sustainable international development on a local level.
Worldwide, credit union systems vary significantly in terms of total system assets and average institution asset size, ranging from volunteer operations with a handful of members to institutions with assets worth several billion US dollars and hundreds of thousands of members.[4] Credit unions operate alongside other mutual and/or co-operative organisations engaging in cooperative banking, such as building societies.

The point of a bank used to be to take available funds and to enable their investment where they were required in society. However with deregulation of for example the Glass-steagal act the banks began acting increasingly irresponsibly.
The banks have in recent times been mired in scandal after scandal so why not cut out the middle man and seek funding for your venture directly from the public? This can be achieved by crowdfunding through sites like ‘kickstarter’, ‘indiegogo’ or in the crypto-currency realm ‘start join’, ‘Ethereum’, ‘Swarm’ & ‘bank to the future’
Crowd funding or crowdfunding (alternately crowd financing, equity crowdfunding, social funding or hyper funding) describes the collective effort of individuals who network and pool their resources, usually via the Internet, to support efforts initiated by other people or organizations.[1] Crowd funding is used in support of a wide variety of activities, including disaster relief, citizen journalism, support of artists by fans, political campaigns, startup company funding,[2] movie[3] or free software development, and scientific research.

Peer to peer lending
Offers a way to finance projects without the use of banks:

Peer-to-peer lending (also known as person-to-person lending, peer-to-peer investing, and social lending; abbreviated frequently as P2P lending) is the practice of lending money to previously unrelated individuals or "peers" without the intermediation of traditional financial institutions (banks). It takes place on online lending platforms that are provided by peer-to-peer lending companies on their websites and is facilitated by credit checking tools of varying complexity.

Participatory Economy (parecon)

Gift economy -Paul Mason discusses the idea in a newspaper article

The Usury Free Network is advocating a world free from usury:

Usury (/ˈjuːʒəri/[1][2]) is the practice of making unethical or immoral monetary loans. Depending on the local laws or social mores, a loan may be considered usurious because of excessive or abusive interest rates. According to some jurisdictions and customs, simply charging any interest at all can be considered usury.[3][4][5] Other terms used for usury or usurers include loan shark, as well as Shylock which is sometimes used with an antisemitic connotation[citation needed].
The term may be used in a moral sense — condemning taking advantage of others' misfortunes — or in a legal sense where interest rates may be regulated by law. Historically, some cultures (e.g., Christianity in much of Medieval Europe, and Islam in many parts of the world today) have regarded charging any interest for loans as sinful.

Time Banks

''In economics, a time-based currency is an alternative currency where the unit of exchange is the man-hour.
Some time-based currencies value everyone’s contributions equally. One hour equals one service credit. In these systems, one person volunteers to work for an hour for another person; thus, they are credited with one hour, which they can redeem for an hour of service from another volunteer. Critics charge this would lead to fewer doctors or dentists. Other systems, such as Ithaca Hours, let doctors and dentists charge more hours per hour.''

Mutual credit

Main article: Mutual credit
Mutualists argue that free banking should be taken back by the people to establish systems of free credit. They contend that banks have a monopoly on credit, just as capitalists have a monopoly on land. Banks are essentially creating money by lending out deposits that do not actually belong to them, then charging interest on the difference. Mutualists argue that by establishing a democratically run mutual bank or credit union, it would be possible to issue free credit so that money could be created for the benefit of the participants rather than for the benefit of the bankers. Individualist anarchists noted for their detailed views on mutualist banking include Proudhon, William B. Greene, and Lysander Spooner.
Some modern forms of mutual credit are LETS and the Ripple monetary system project.
In a session of the French legislature, Proudhon proposed a government-imposed income tax to fund his mutual banking scheme, with some tax brackets reaching as high as 33⅓ percent and 50 percent, which was turned down by the legislature.[17] This income tax Proudhon proposed to fund his bank was to be levied on rents, interest, debts, and salaries.[18][19] Specifically, Proudhon's proposed law would have required all capitalists and stockholders to disburse one sixth of their income to their tenants and debtors, and another sixth to the national treasury to fund the bank.[20] This scheme was vehemently objected to by others in the legislature, including Frédéric Bastiat;[20] the reason given for the income tax's rejection was that it would result in economic ruin and that it violated "the right of property."[21] In his debates with Bastiat, Proudhon did once propose funding a national bank with a voluntary tax of 1%.[22] Proudhon also argued for the abolition of all taxes.[23]
Contract and federation

Mutualism holds that producers should exchange their goods at cost-value using systems of "contract." While Proudhon's early definitions of cost-value were based on fixed assumptions about the value of labor-hours, he later redefined cost-value to include other factors such as the intensity of labor, the nature of the work involved, etc. He also expanded his notions of "contract" into expanded notions of "federation." As Proudhon argued,
“ "I have shown the contractor, at the birth of industry, negotiating on equal terms with his comrades, who have since become his workmen. It is plain, in fact, that this original equality was bound to disappear through the advantageous position of the master and the dependent position of the wage-workers. In vain does the law assure the right of each to enterprise . . . When an establishment has had leisure to develop itself, enlarge its foundations, ballast itself with capital, and assure itself a body of patrons, what can a workman do against a power so superior?"[24]

''Microfinance is usually understood to entail the provision of financial services to micro-entrepreneurs and small businesses, which lack access to banking and related services due to the high transaction costs associated with serving these client categories. The two main mechanisms for the delivery of financial services to such clients are (1) relationship-based banking for individual entrepreneurs and small businesses; and (2) group-based models, where several entrepreneurs come together to apply for loans and other services as a group.

In some regions, for example Southern Africa, microfinance is used to describe the supply of financial services to low-income employees, which however is closer to the retail finance model prevalent in mainstream banking.
For some, microfinance is a movement whose object is "a world in which as many poor and near-poor households as possible have permanent access to an appropriate range of high quality financial services, including not just credit but also savings, insurance, and fund transfers."[1] Many of those who promote microfinance generally believe that such access will help poor people out of poverty. For others, microfinance is a way to promote economic development, employment and growth through the support of micro-entrepreneurs and small businesses.
Microfinance is a broad category of services, which includes microcredit. Microcredit is provision of credit services to poor clients. Although microcredit is one of the aspects of microfinance, conflation of the two terms is endemic in public discourse. Critics often attack microcredit while referring to it indiscriminately as either 'microcredit' or 'microfinance'. Due to the broad range of microfinance services, it is difficult to assess impact, and very few studies have tried to assess its full impact.''

An example is the Grameen Bank:
Crowd funding or crowdfunding (alternately crowd financing, equity crowdfunding, social funding or hyper funding) describes the collective effort of individuals who network and pool their resources, usually via the Internet, to support efforts initiated by other people or organizations.[1] Crowd funding is used in support of a wide variety of activities, including disaster relief, citizen journalism, support of artists by fans, political campaigns, startup company funding,[2] movie[3] or free software development, and scientific research.

Islamic Finance
''Islamic economics refers to the body of Islamic studies literature that "identifies and promotes an economic order that conforms to Islamic scripture and traditions," and in the economic world an interest-free Islamic banking system, grounded in Sharia's condemnation of interest (riba). The literature has been developed "since the late 1940s, and especially since the mid-1960s."[1] The banking system developed during the 1970s.[2] The central features of Islamic economic literature have been summarized as the following: "behavioral norms" derived from the Quran and Sunna, zakat tax as the basis of Islamic fiscal policy, and prohibition of interest.[1]
In Shia Islam, scholars including Mahmoud Taleghani and Mohammad Baqir al-Sadr developed an "Islamic economics" emphasizing the uplifting of the deprived masses, a major role for the state in matters such as circulation and equitable distribution of wealth, and a reward to participants in the marketplace for being exposed to risk and/or liability.
Islamist movements and authors generally describe an Islamic economic system as neither socialist nor capitalist, but as a "third way" with none of the drawbacks of the other two systems.''

Zakāt (Arabic: زكاة‎ [zæˈkæː], "that which purifies"[1] or "alms"), is the giving of a fixed portion of one's wealth to charity, generally to the poor and needy.[2] It is one of the Five Pillars of Islam.

Save our savers
Save our savers are a group arguing against the inflationary process that is 'quantitative easing' which is effectively a printing of money. It leads to low interest rates which destroy peoples savings by increasing the cost of living but it benefits the super rich speculators

A recent interview with Max Keiser (at 15:00 mins) discusses how QE has helped the top 20% but has been damaging to the bottom 80% of the population:

Peer to peer lending
Offers a way to finance projects without the use of banks:
Peer-to-peer lending (also known as person-to-person lending, peer-to-peer investing, and social lending; abbreviated frequently as P2P lending) is the practice of lending money to previously unrelated individuals or "peers" without the intermediation of traditional financial institutions (banks). It takes place on online lending platforms that are provided by peer-to-peer lending companies on their websites and is facilitated by credit checking tools of varying complexity.

Shareholder activism
Is a form of lobbying of investors. An example is the work carried out by Fair Pensions (
''We push for specific improvements in corporate environmental and human rights behaviour by working with investors and individual pension fund managers to engage with and put pressure on the corporations in which they hold shares. In recent years we have campaigned on issues including tar sands, climate change, destructive mining projects and access to generic medicines in developing countries.''
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Possible solutions to the worlds problems 06 Dec 2016 19:51 #9

Bitcoin and crypto-currencies

What is bitcoin?
Ecuador creating its own digital currency

Some commentators have been warning about a cashless society and David Icke has spoken about this a lot. Here is Max Keiser looking into this issue in the second half of the programme
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Possible solutions to the worlds problems 06 Dec 2016 19:58 #10

Alternative currencies and transition towns

The Bradbury Pound
The UK Column have publicised the Bradbury pound and have also released a paper outlining why austerity is a giant con:

More on the Bradbury pound:

Local currencies have also been produced in some towns in England to encourage people to spend money locally. These are called ‘transition towns’

Also the Brixton Pound:

local currency in DC

John Vibes
September 1, 2015
(ANTIMEDIA) Brixton, U.K. — One of the best ways for the general public to take power back is to develop alternative currencies — both local and global — that allow people to trade outside of the corporate-government banking systems and central bank notes.
In London, an interesting alternative currency bearing the face of pop singer David Bowie has recently come into circulation. According to Market Watch, the local currency is specialized for the Brixton community in southwest London. It is officially called the “Brixton Pound.”

Transition Towns
''Transition Towns (also known as Transition network or Transition Movement) is a grassroots network of communities that are working to build resilience in response to peak oil, climate destruction, and economic instability.[citation needed]
Transition Towns is a brand for these environmental and social movements “founded (in part) upon the principles of permaculture”, based originally on Bill Mollison’s seminal Permaculture, a Designers Manual published in 1988.[1] The Transition Towns brand of permaculture uses David Holmgren’s 2003 book, Permaculture: Principles and Pathways Beyond Sustainability. [2] These techniques were included in a student project overseen by permaculture teacher Rob Hopkins at the Kinsale Further Education College in Ireland. The term transition town was coined by Louise Rooney[3] and Catherine Dunne. Following its start in Kinsale, Ireland it then spread to Totnes, England where Rob Hopkins and Naresh Giangrande developed the concept during 2005 and 2006.[4] The aim of this community project is to equip communities for the dual challenges of climate change and peak oil. The Transition Towns movement is an example of socioeconomic localisation. In 2007, the UK-based charity Transition Network was founded to disseminate the concept of transition and support communities around the world as they adopted the transition model.''
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Possible solutions to the worlds problems 06 Dec 2016 20:01 #11


The press has made some noise in recent times about Corbyns suggestions to create a national investment bank which would move money making powers away from the bank of England and the private bankers and back into the hands of the government treasury department where it would be more accountable to elected politicians. The national investment bank would then be able to create money to invest in the real economy and in public services.

This approach has been labelled ‘cobynomics’ by the media but these ideas were developed by Richard Murphy who has been interviewed recently on the Keiser Report. The KR almost always follows the same format with Max and Stacy discussing the financial news of the moment for the first 15 mins of the show and Max interviewing a guest in the second half of the show.

So to see the interviews with Murphy and to hear his ideas about reforming the economy skip forward to half way through each of the following programmes

One thing corbynomics could achieve would be to wean the british economy off war by investing in other areas allowing employment in more constructive areas like renewable energies. Unions must back an anti-war stance so that corbynomics may be given a chance to wean britains economy off war

Len McClusky of the trade unions backs corbyn
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Possible solutions to the worlds problems 06 Dec 2016 20:04 #12

Tackling debt

Economist Michael Hudson calls for the need to ‘write down debts to the ability to pay’

Decrease public debt by stamping out corporate tax avoidance

A French study shows 60% of French public debt is illegitimate

the committee for a citizen's audit on the public debt issued a 30-page report on French public debt, its origins and evolution in the past decades. The report was written by a group of experts in public finances under the coordination of Michel Husson, one of France's finest critical economists. Its conclusion is straightforward: 60% of French public debt is illegitimate.

A debt jubilee would see a writting down of the debts to the ability to pay. Michael Hudson on the German debt jubilee

Such a move was discussed on the Keiser report episode 853 (please see second half for the relevant interview)

Get out of debt free
Get Out of Debt Free is very different from most consumer debt support sites, it has been set up to highlight the fraudulent nature of the financial system and offer solutions to those who are experiencing financial hardship as a result of it. We are an Online Community, supporting each other to overcome personal debt, by challenging their procedures and requesting certain documents from the banks and debt collectors, which they should have, but generally they don't.
Learn how the Banks and the Courts conspire to rob you of your money. Learn how debt collectors intimidate you and trick you into contracts and learn how to empower yourself by using some strategies and simple rules.
We have literally hundreds of Success Stories on our community forum, where you will find support and encouragement, every step of the way.

Strike the debt is a global campaign to buy debt off enforcers and then write it off
Croatia cancels the debt of its poorest citizens

Use private wealth to alleviate public debt
One idea put forward by a Professor at Glasgow university was to use the private wealth of the top 10% to solve the problem of the national debt.

Is this fair? Well think about it this way. It wasn’t the 90% who crashed the economy and yet they are being asked to pay for it through ‘austerity’. So taking some of the private wealth of the top 10% would still leave them with vast wealth but would unburden society thereby making it more stable for everyone.
A book was written called ‘the Spirit Level’ which looked into the damaging effects of inequality on society.

Here’s an article warning about how the wealth of the general public is likely to be used to pay off public debt
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Possible solutions to the worlds problems 06 Dec 2016 20:10 #13

Other economic alternatives

The creation of a Bridge Currency discussed on Max Keiser episode 850

David Graeber discusses some of his preferred solutions

Iceland to take back power to create money

Bill Still on his solutions

Buy silver crash the banks campaign

Trillion fund

Swarm Corp
The Swarm Corporation was founded in 1997 by Chris Langton, Glen Ropella, and Douglas Orr, to provide expert consulting and modelling capability to businesses and government agencies facing complex dynamics in various aspects of their organization, physical plant, or resource base. We provide expert knowledge and specialized computational and mathematical tools to help understand complex problems and dynamics in real world settings.
Dr. Christopher Langton is internationally recognized as the "founder" of the field of Artificial Life. He is an expert in computational approaches to complex adaptive systems, and has been the primary motivator behind the development of the Swarm simulation system. Dr. Langton was one of five resident-faculty members at the Santa Fe Institute for the past four years, and was a critical contributor to the establishment of the SFI as the primary research facility in the field of complex systems.

Startcoin is a digital currency for crowdfunding; it uses the power of crowdfunding and social media to create change

Ethereum is a decentralized platform that runs smart contracts: applications that run exactly as programmed without any possibility of downtime, censorship, fraud or third party interference. Ethereum is how the Internet was supposed to work.
Ethereum was crowdfunded during August 2014 by fans all around the world. It is developed by ETHDEV with contributions from great minds across the globe
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Possible solutions to the worlds problems 06 Dec 2016 20:13 #14

The Corporation (Documentary)

The following links taken from the ‘The Corporation’ documentary (documentary should be available to view on youtube)

Program on Corporations, Law & Democracy
Rethinking the corporation- An urgent call to confront and dismantle the illegitimate power of global corporations
Corporations have made themselves the primary defining force on the globe. They shape our cultures and communities, define what is of value and what is not, what news we hear and what we won't, what we trade and what we can't. They define our work, what is produced and consumed, where investments are made, what technologies are developed. They subject the natural world to assault after assault until it can't rise up in the springtime. They craft our laws and policies. They dominate our politicians. Corporations are in charge of our lives.
I think we would agree to describe the reality that flows from this corporate power as anti-democratic, anti-community, anti-worker, anti-person and anti-planet. And who among us believes that, under the current state of affairs, things are about to turn for the better!
Given our relative consensus on this situation, what should we be asking and doing about the corporation?

Participatory Economy (parecon)
Parecon- participatory economy (above link not supplied from the corporation documentary but their link now appears defunct: so I’ve linked to the info on Znet instead)
Parecon - short for Participatory Economics - is a vision for how to conduct economic affairs consistent with liberatory values including solidarity, diversity, equity, self management, ecological sustainability, peace, and classlessness.

Localise ownership
‘’The old economy of greed and dominion is dying. A new economy of life and partnership is struggling to be born. The outcome is ours to choose’’
“Imagine an economy in which life is valued more than money and power resides with ordinary people who care about one another, their community, and their natural environment. It is possible. It is happening. Millions of people are living it into being. Our common future hangs in the balance”

website on how to recognise psychopaths

Business & Human Rights Resource Centre
Be an active shareholder
‘’We work with everyone to advance human rights in business. We track over 6000 companies, and help the vulnerable eradicate abuse.’’

Public Citizen-Protecting Health, Safety & Democracy
Defending democracy. Resisting corporate power.-Public Citizen advocates for a healthier and more equitable world by making government work for the people and by defending democracy from corporate greed. You can help.
About Us
Corporations have their lobbyists in Washington, D.C. The people need advocates too.
Public Citizen serves as the people’s voice in the nation’s capital. Since our founding in 1971, we have delved into an array of areas, but our work on each issue shares an overarching goal: To ensure that all citizens are represented in the halls of power.

For four decades, we have proudly championed citizen interests before Congress, the executive branch agencies and the courts. We have successfully challenged the abusive practices of the pharmaceutical, nuclear and automobile industries, and many others. We are leading the charge against undemocratic trade agreements that advance the interests of mega-corporations at the expense of citizens worldwide.

Get corporations out of schools

Sold Out: How Marketing in School Threatens Children's Well-Being and Undermines their Education, by Alex Molnar and Faith Boninger
The Commercialism in Education Research Unit (CERU) publishes research and analyses on topics related to school commercialism. It is the only national academic research unit dedicated to this topic. CERU is guided by the belief that mixing commercial activities with public education raises fundamental issues of public policy, curriculum content, the proper relationship of educators to the students entrusted to them, and the values that the schools embody.
CERU publishes an annual report on school house commercialism, an annual report on the EMO/CMO industry, and a variety of other documents on related topics.

Make Trade Fair is a campaign organized by Oxfam International to promote trade justice and fair trade among governments, institutions, and multinational corporations.
The campaign has focused on the elimination of several trade practices:
• Dumping, which occurs when highly subsidized, surplus commodities from developed countries such as rice, cotton, corn, and sugar are sold at low prices and farmers from poor countries have difficulty competing. It is believed that this creates an uneven playing field where farmers in developing countries are unable to compete in the market with cheaper foreign produce and crops.[1]
• Tariffs, where nations enforce high taxes on imported goods, restricting the sales of products from other nations.[2]
• Unbalanced labour rights for women, who often earn lower wages than their male counterparts.[3]
• Stringent patent issues, that prevent the prices of medication, software, and textbooks (e.g. Gene patents, Chemical patents, and Software patents) from being lowered. Thus, such essential goods are often inaccessible to developing nations

Track corporate harms

Use independent non-corporate media
Independent Media Centre
Indymedia is a collective of independent media organizations and hundreds of journalists offering grassroots, non-corporate coverage. Indymedia is a democratic media outlet for the creation of radical, accurate, and passionate tellings of truth.
Jam corporate culture:
Adbusters was where the ‘occupy’ movement began

rtmark- sabotage corporate culture

Tv news lies ‘’No distractions, no deceptions, no distortions, no delusions!’’
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Possible solutions to the worlds problems 06 Dec 2016 20:19 #15

Internet Privacy (encryption in next post)

One problem is that the servers are within the territories of NWO countries and the CIA, GCHQ and other intelligence services are able to easily access the flow of online information. A possible solution to this is to decentralise the internet so that it is not dependent on their servers. Various ideas are being discussed including Kim Dotcoms mega net which would use peoples mobile phones to create a network. However Kim is now fighting extradition to the US which could disrupt his plans. More info here:


Kim Dotcom’s MegaNet Preps Jan 2016 Crowdfunding Campaign
By Andy on June 10, 2015
Kim Dotcom's dream of a people-powered, censorship-resistant Internet will rely on the goodwill of supporters to get off the ground. In an announcement this morning, the entrepreneur confirmed that his MegaNet project will seek equity via a crowd-funding campaign set to launch on the January 2016 anniversary of the raid on Megaupload.

The Brazilian government is creating its own servers in response to revelations of the NSA spying on foreign governments as well as citizens one option to avoid servers would be the creation of a mesh net (decentralised) internet

WikiLeaks' Julian Assange Calls on Computer Hackers to Unite Against NSA Surveillance
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange addressed a major gathering of computer experts Monday at the Chaos Communication Congress in Hamburg, Germany, calling on them to join forces in resisting government intrusions on Internet freedom and privacy. We play highlights from Assange’s speech, as well as the one given by Sarah Harrison, the WikiLeaks member who accompanied Edward Snowden to Russia. We also hear from independent journalist and security expert Jacob Appelbaum, who reveals a spying tool used by the National Security Agency known as a "portable continuous wave generator." The remote-controlled device works in tandem with tiny electronic implants to bounce invisible waves of energy off keyboards and monitors to see what is being typed. It works even if the target computer is not connected to the Internet.

Information Asymmetry and Power in a Surveillance Society:
This paper fuses Lukes’ (1974) three-dimensional view of power with the economic concept of informational asymmetry to explicate how access to information is organized and how power relationships arise from this organization. We argue that many observed asymmetries are deliberate and, drawing from the economics and finance literature, we posit that their outcomes are inevitably detrimental. The paper examines the techniques that foster information imbalances, such as media and propaganda, knowledge production, educational systems, legal and organizational structures, exclusive information networks, and surveillance. We conclude that in the absence of greater transparency, the deleterious effects of unequal access to information will continue and deepen. We further suggest that the analysis of the complexities of the issues warrants a broad, multidisciplinary approach and we suggest what this might include.

Here’s the Newest Tool to Help You Fight the Surveillance State
By Derrick Broze
Earlier this month, the Electronic Frontier Foundation launched a new project designed to help educate communities about the growing list of surveillance tools deployed against the unsuspecting public. The EFF calls the new project the Street-Level Surveillance Project (SLS), which it describes as “a Web portal loaded with comprehensive, easy-to-access information on police spying tools like license plate readers, biometric collection devices, and ‘Stingrays.’”
The SLS project hopes to educate users about the dangers of spying from law enforcement agencies at the federal, state, and local level. The privacy invasions include tracking cell phone calls, photographing our vehicles and following our driving patterns, taking our pictures in public places, and collecting our fingerprints and DNA.

How to DISAPPEAR from the internet: Nine-step guide helps people vanish without a trace and then surf anonymously
1. Close your Facebook, Twitter, Google+ and LinkedIn accounts.
2. Search for yourself online and close any accounts you'd forgotten about.
3. Falsify information on accounts that can't be closed or deleted.
4. Unsubscribe from mailing lists.
5. Delete search engine results.
6. Contact websites directly and ask them to remove details about yourself.
7. Ask data clearing houses - companies that collect and sell data to other firms - to remove your records.
8. Ask to be unlisted in phone books and online directories.
9. Delete your email accounts.

The Privacy International Network
Through it's global advocacy, Privacy International is building a global network of advocates to fight for privacy, uncovering surveillance practices around the world, and advocating for strong privacy protections on the domestic and regional level
Privacy International and its partners collaborate together to fight back against unlawful surveillance wherever it may occur. Building the understanding of organisations, activists, journalists, and researchers around the world helps these groups to identify and respond to surveillance techniques and technologies proliferating across these regions.

Detekt is a free tool that scans your Windows computer for traces of FinFisher and Hacking Team RCS, commercial surveillance spyware that has been identified to be also used to target and monitor human rights defenders and journalists around the world

Avoid google surveillance

Ashley Madison hacked: How to keep your personal information safe on the internet

Protect your computer:

It’s not just Windows 10, Windows 7 and 8 are also tracking you – here’s how to stop them

A newspaper article on what info of yours big brother is watching:

Firefox hello
About firefox hello

Get outside prism

Tool to see whose watching you online

Article about people fighting back against NSA online spying for example by grouping together into 'crypto parties'

Stop ads and other things following you around on the internet

Madesafe decentralised internet

Google Chrome Listening In To Your Room Shows The Importance Of Privacy Defense In Depth
Find out if someone is stealing your internet

Pirate box:

PirateBox Takes File-Sharing Off The Radar and Offline, For Next To Nothing. When confronted with a doomsday scenario where mainstream online file-sharing becomes a thing of the past, it’s not uncommon for people to refer to days gone by, when files were swapped freely offline using discs and other mediums. Now, an interesting and compact system can deliver the [g]olden days of data swapping with a modern twist, by turning any open space into a wireless and anonymous file-sharing system at a rock-bottom price.
Users wirelessly accessing the device are presented with a web interface which allows them not only to download files but upload them too. No logs or other identifying information is stored in the device. Although great for anyone to share files within its range, considering the pressure currently being applied to university students by record labels and their anti-piracy partners, the chances of music-stuffed PirateBoxes popping up on campuses all around the world increases every day.
And considering that The Pirate Bay can now fit on the smallest of USB sticks, every PirateBox could also contain a copy of the world’s most famous torrent site.

Duck Duck Go
Google store every search you do through their search engine and have a direct interface with the secret service. DuckDuckgo offers an alternative search engine:

It aims at preserving your privacy and anonymity, and helps you to:
• use the Internet anonymously and circumvent censorship;
all connections to the Internet are forced to go through the Tor network;
• leave no trace on the computer you are using unless you ask it explicitly;
• use state-of-the-art cryptographic tools to encrypt your files, emails and instant messaging.

Debian is a free operating system (OS) for your computer. An operating system is the set of basic programs and utilities that make your computer run

GNU is an operating system which is 100% free software. It was launched in 1983 by Richard Stallman (rms) and has been developed by many people working together for the sake of freedom of all software users to control their computing. Technically, GNU is generally like Unix. But unlike Unix, GNU gives its users freedom

The GNU Privacy Guard
GnuPG is a complete and free implementation of the OpenPGP standard as defined by RFC4880 (also known as PGP). GnuPG allows to encrypt and sign your data and communication, features a versatile key management system as well as access modules for all kinds of public key directories. GnuPG, also known as GPG, is a command line tool with features for easy integration with other applications. A wealth of frontend applications and libraries are available. Version 2 of GnuPG also provides support for S/MIME and Secure Shell (ssh).
GnuPG is Free Software (meaning that it respects your freedom). It can be freely used, modified and distributed under the terms of the GNU General Public License .

Ubuntu is an open source software platform that runs from the cloud, to the smartphone, to all your things
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Possible solutions to the worlds problems 06 Dec 2016 20:24 #16


Perhaps someone with technical aptitude could begin an ‘encryption school’ on this thread where they could teach people step by step how to encrypt? Please feel free to take up the challenge!

Snowden explains how to reclaim your privacy
• The first step that anyone could take is to encrypt their phone calls and their text messages. You can do that through the smartphone app Signal, by Open Whisper Systems. It’s free, and you can just download it immediately. And anybody you’re talking to now, their communications, if it’s intercepted, can’t be read by adversaries. [Signal is available for iOS and Android, and, unlike a lot of security tools, is very easy to use.]
• You should encrypt your hard disk, so that if your computer is stolen the information isn’t obtainable to an adversary — pictures, where you live, where you work, where your kids are, where you go to school. [I’ve written a guide to encrypting your disk on Windows, Mac, and Linux.]
• Use a password manager. One of the main things that gets people’s private information exposed, not necessarily to the most powerful adversaries, but to the most common ones, are data dumps. Your credentials may be revealed because some service you stopped using in 2007 gets hacked, and your password that you were using for that one site also works for your Gmail account. A password manager allows you to create unique passwords for every site that are unbreakable, but you don’t have the burden of memorizing them. [The password manager KeePassX is free, open source, cross-platform, and never stores anything in the cloud.]
• The other thing there is two-factor authentication. The value of this is if someone does steal your password, or it’s left or exposed somewhere … [two-factor authentication] allows the provider to send you a secondary means of authentication — a text message or something like that. [If you enable two-factor authentication, an attacker needs both your password as the first factor and a physical device, like your phone, as your second factor, to login to your account. Gmail, Facebook, Twitter, Dropbox, GitHub,, and tons of other services all support two-factor authentication.]

Tor project
Tor is free software and an open network that helps you defend against traffic analysis, a form of network surveillance that threatens personal freedom and privacy, confidential business activities and relationships, and state security.
Tor protects you by bouncing your communications around a distributed network of relays run by volunteers all around the world: it prevents somebody watching your Internet connection from learning what sites you visit, and it prevents the sites you visit from learning your physical location.

SecureDrop is an open-source whistleblower submission system that media organizations can use to securely accept documents from and communicate with anonymous sources. It was originally created by the late Aaron Swartz and is currently managed by Freedom of the Press Foundation

MEGA online encryption:

Private Internet Access™VPN Service encrypts your connection and provides you with an anonymous IP to protect your privacy

Nxtty phone encryption
Proton mail

Encrypt your emails

Tutanota automatically encrypts all your data on your device. Your emails as well as your contacts stay private. You can easily communicate with any of your friends end-to-end encrypted. Even subject and attachments are encrypted

On 28 May 2014, the TrueCrypt official website,, began redirecting visitors to with a HTTP 301 "Moved Permanently" status, which warned that the software may contain unfixed security issues, and that development of TrueCrypt was ended in May 2014, following Windows XP's end of support. The message noted that more recent versions of Windows have built-in support for disk encryption using BitLocker, and that Linux and OS X had similar built-in solutions, which the message states renders TrueCrypt unnecessary. (In reality, Bitlocker is available only for Enterprise and Ultimate versions, not Professional or Home, and Linux and OS X do not have complete replacements for TrueCrypt.) The page recommends any data encrypted by TrueCrypt be migrated to other encryption setups and offered instructions on moving to BitLocker. The SourceForge project page for the software at was updated to display the same initial message, and the status was changed to "inactive."[16] The page also announced a new software version, 7.2, which only allows decryption.
Shortly after the final release announcement titled "Yes... TrueCrypt is still safe to use", Gibson Research Corporation posted a Final Release Repository to host the last official Read/Write capable version of Truecrypt, from which the option to create new containers was removed. They also posted an article addressing the security concerns of current users and documenting community efforts to continue the project.
For more info click on the link above

Lavabit is a discontinued encrypted webmail service, founded in 2004. The service suspended its operations on August 8, 2013 after US government ordered it to turn over its Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) private keys. Lavabit is owned and operated by Ladar Levison
This was done to protect it’s users

Signal is a crypto app approved by edward snowden: Since it first appeared in Apple’s App Store last year, the free encrypted calling and texting app Signal has become the darling of the privacy community, recommended—and apparently used daily—by no less than Edward Snowden himself. Now its creator is bringing that same form of ultra-simple smartphone encryption to Android
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Possible solutions to the worlds problems 06 Dec 2016 20:29 #17

Alternative Technologies (more in the food section)

''Open-source software (OSS) is computer software that is available in source code form: the source code and certain other rights normally reserved for copyright holders are provided under an open-source license that permits users to study, change, improve and at times also to distribute the software.
Open source software is very often developed in a public, collaborative manner. Open-source software is the most prominent example of open-source development and often compared to (technically defined) user-generated content or (legally defined) open content movements.[1]
A report by the Standish Group states that adoption of open-source software models has resulted in savings of about $60 billion per year to consumers. ''

Phonebloks, repairable phone

Switch back to Ethernet to avoid the damaging microwave exposure of wireless:

Anti-facial recognition glasses

smart phone app to block GMO’s

7 Suppressed Inventions That Would Have Changed the World

Cannabis based batteries

3D printers
• 3D printers could allow individuals to manufacture their own goods and not have to buy them from the big corporations
• 3D printers get around the gun ban in the US

Thorium powered cars

The French are using cheese to create electricity

Tesla’s New Gigafactory is Entirely “Off-Grid” and Powered by 100% Renewable Energy

Breakthrough energy conference

How to down a drone

How to kill a drone

Tv puts people in an alpha brainwave state of hypnotism which leaves their subconscious open to unconscious suggestion. Programmes are called ‘programmes’ because they literally subconsciously programme ideas and feelings into your mind. The BBC have proven themselves bias and clearly in alignment with the NWO agenda; stop paying your licence fee in protest and switch onto the independent media instead.

Be careful what you let your kid watch:

Reasons to ditch your smartphone

Risks of an EMP blast and over-dependence on technology

After Several Near Misses, Experts Warn The Next Carrington Event Will Plunge Us Back Into The Dark Ages :

Most people have absolutely no idea that the Earth barely missed being fried by a massive EMP burst from the sun in 2012, in 2013 and just last month. If any of those storms would have directly hit us, the result would have been catastrophic. Electrical transformers would have burst into flames, power grids would have gone down and much of our technology would have been fried. In essence, life as we know it would have ceased to exist – at least for a time. These kinds of solar storms have hit the Earth many times before, and experts tell us that it is inevitable that it will happen again. The most famous one happened in 1859, and was known as the Carrington Event. But other than the telegraph, humanity had very little dependence on technology at the time. If another Carrington Event happened today, it would be a complete and utter nightmare. A study by Lloyd’s of London has concluded that it would have taken a $2,600,000,000,000 chunk out of the global economy, and it would take up to a decade to repair the damage. Unfortunately, scientists insist that it is going to happen at some point. The only question is when.

Appropriate Technology
''Appropriate technology is an ideological movement (and its manifestations) originally articulated as "intermediate technology" by the economist Dr. Ernst Friedrich "Fritz" Schumacher in his influential work, Small is Beautiful. Though the nuances of appropriate technology vary between fields and applications, it is generally recognized as encompassing technological choice and application that is small-scale, labor-intensive, energy-efficient, environmentally sound, and locally controlled.[1] Both Schumacher and many modern-day proponents of appropriate technology also emphasize the technology as people-centered.[2]

Appropriate technology is most commonly discussed in its relationship to economic development and as an alternative to transfers of capital-intensive technology from industrialized nations to developing countries.[2][3] However, appropriate technology movements can be found in both developing and developed countries. In developed countries, the appropriate technology movement grew out of the energy crisis of the 1970s and focuses mainly on environmental and sustainability issues.[4]
Appropriate technology has been used to address issues in a wide range of fields. Well-known examples of appropriate technology applications include: bike- and hand-powered water pumps (and other self-powered equipment), the universal nut sheller, self-contained solar-powered light bulbs and streetlights, and passive solar building designs. Today appropriate technology is often developed using open source principles, which have led to open-source appropriate technology (OSAT) and thus many of the plans of the technology can be freely found on the Internet.'' (
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Possible solutions to the worlds problems 06 Dec 2016 20:32 #18

Social media

Julian Assange says that the CIA (and therefore GCHQ & Mossad through the ‘5 eyes’ intelligence sharing project) has a ‘direct interface’ with facebook; this means that facebook is an acting spydatabase for the New world order; any information you upload to facebook about you, your friends, your family, your interests, your life and relationships goes directly onto their database.
Your voice from video clips is put into voice recognition software and your photos are used for facial recognition software. So stop putting stuff on facebook unless you want to help them build a comprehensive database of you and the human race

The following are some alternative social media sites

The Full Circle Project is a website that allows activists to hook up with like-minded people in their area and further afield

Synereo is a fully decentralised and distributed social platform

Ello is a community of creators, thinkers and dreamers sharing inspiration

New encrypted social network ‘Minds’ aims to rival Facebook
A new social network has been launched, vowing more transparency, security, and privacy than Facebook and other social media giants. It claims to encrypt all messages, shielding data from governments and advertisers.
Earlier, several media outlets reported that Anonymous hackvists supported the new encrypted network, citing the "Anonymous ART of Revolution” Facebook page. However, several Anonymous Twitter accounts have denied promoting eg .
‘’@minds next time, don't use #Anonymous to promote your broken unsecure social network. @securityaffairs@Void_Sec
— Anon2World (@Anon2earth) June 23, 2015’’

Mind is a social media site enabling communication across the web for example webinars and conferencing

Faceleft is created by the ZNet network
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Possible solutions to the worlds problems 06 Dec 2016 20:33 #19

Campaigns to boycott Israeli goods for human rights abuses

The Americans’ awakening against Israel’s haemorrhaging of their tax dollars
9th September 2013

No Tax Dollars to Israel
No Tax Dollars To Israel is a project dedicated to ending US tax support to Israel.

Stop Billions to Israel
Stop Billions to Israel, according to its website,
advocates an end to the 10-year commitment of 30 billion dollars in US taxpayer-funded military aid pledged to Israel in 2007 by the Bush administration. To further our mission, we work to inform the public and our elected officials how the Israeli military misuses American-made weapons technology and violates human rights. We also shine a light on the support that New Mexico’s state government, defense contractors and institutions of higher learning provide to the Israeli defense establishment. Israel’s ongoing occupation and control over Palestinian territories – East Jerusalem, the West Bank and Gaza Strip – are illegal under international law and contribute to unceasing conflict and suffering. The Stop $30 Billion Coalition supports an end to the occupation and the establishment of justice and equality so that both sides can live in peace. Coalition organizations:

If American Knew
Perhaps the best known of the American awakening campaigns, If Americans Knew’s mission “is to inform and educate the American public on issues of major significance that are unreported, underreported, or misreported in the American media”.
Among these issues is the massive and ongoing bonanza of US tax dollars handed over to Israel, a criminal settler-state that has no regard for international law and civilized bahaviour, in perpetuity, it seems.

International Economic Boycott of Israel? Europe Explores Sanctions Against Companies Tied to Occupation
By Annie Robbins. Global Research, July 16, 2013, Mondoweiss 15 July 2013
Even though government minister, and occupation denier, Naftali Bennett has claimed that talk of boycotts against Israel is absurd, it seems other officials in Israel are in fact worried and there is growing “concern” over the possibility of an international economic boycott of Israel.
Investment committees for European banks are considering recommending their institutions bar loans to Israeli companies that have economic links with the Palestinian occupied territories. Check that wording, “economic links” — this ensnares many more businesses than those directly operating within the territories.Last week, Haaretz reporter Yossi Verter referenced this as “ the mother of all fears” a “nightmare scenario” and warned of an “economic tsunami”.

Crowd funded palestinean news channel

Lavrov backs the creation of a Palestinean state

Greece moves to back a palestinean state
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Possible solutions to the worlds problems 06 Dec 2016 20:38 #20

Medical alternatives

The medicinal properties of cannabis oil

Government study says cannabis can fight cancer:

Cancer fighting properties of cannabis oil
Dr. Christina Sanchez is a molecular biologist at Compultense University in Madrid Spain, her research led to the findings that THC does indeed kill cancer cells! She sat down with us to explain her work...

Cancer-the forbidden cures

GcMaf as a possible cure for cancer

Cancer treatment conventional v’s natural

Harmful things to avoid:

Pesticides and herbicides eg Roundup
Fluoride in the water (use filters if necessary or buy non-flouridated bottled water)
Toothpaste with fluoride in it; buy fluoride free toothpaste online
Parabens and chemicals in bathroom items; buy products using organic and natural ingredients
Aspartame/nutrasweet artificial sweetner in soft drinks, sweets etc
Foods with Artificial preservatives, colourings, sweeteners, flavourings; buy organic and fresh food
Energy drinks:
Wifi – look up online how to switch off the wifi of your hub and use a physical cable instead. Contact your local schools and advise them that wifi is harmful to the health of children.

Barrie Trover on the harm caused to children by wifi (let the schools know not to put wifi in schools!):
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