This Performance Will Blow Your Mind

Posted by Editor - Money Talks

on Sunday, 30 March 2014 07:33

2 Men With Their Cellos Produce The Most Incredible Song! 

Who thought a cello can do this. These two guys produce the most epic version of AC/DC's rock classic 'Thunderstruck' with just cellos. Amazing, watch 20 seconds & I'll bet you watch the whole 5 minute Youtube!!!! - Money Talks Editor

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2. Frightening Quotes from Environmentalists. A few examples of the 20 stunners:

a. Phasing out the human race will solve every problem on earth, social and environmental.

                                                                                —Dave Forman, Founder of Earth First!

b. Everything we have developed over the last 100 years should be destroyed.

                                                                                        —Pentti Linkol 

c. We, in the green movement, aspire to a cultural model in which killing a forest will be considered more contemptible and more criminal than the sale of 6-year-old children to Asian brothels.

                                                                      —Carl Amery

All the rest are HERE




5 Simple Habits That Boost Brainpower

Posted by Canadian Health & Lifestyle

on Wednesday, 26 March 2014 15:00

You probably already know that poor nutrition and lack of exercise can wreak havoc on your body, but did you know your brain also takes a beating from bad habits? Give your noggin a nudge by swapping five bad habits for five healthy ones and watch your cognitive power grow.

....read habits 2-5 HERE




People Are Awesome

Posted by Moneytalks Editor

on Wednesday, 12 March 2014 08:26

Something to get your heart pumping on a wednesday!

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8 Surprising Historical Facts That Will Change Your Concept Of Time Forever

Posted by Todd Van Luling - The Huffington Post

on Wednesday, 05 March 2014 08:26

You probably should know these things didn't happen anywhere near when you thought they did...

Not everyone can be a world history master, especially when we tend to learn about it in specifically segmented classes like "European History" or "American Revolutionary History." Maybe you have an exceptional grasp on the global historical timeline. But for those of us who don't, the list below, inspired by a recent Reddit thread called "What are two events that took place in the same time in history but don't seem like they would have?" puts key historical moments into some much-needed context.

The Pyramids of Giza were built in the time of wooly mammoths.


From what we can tell, the last of the wooly mammoth died out around 1700 B.C. on Russia’s Wrangel Island. In Egypt, the Pyramids of Giza were built around 4,000 years ago, although there have been claims that they're even older. This also means that Cleopatra's time on Earth is actually closer to us in history than to the construction of the pyramids.

....click HERE for the next Seven



Government's Outrageous Act

Posted by Simon Black - Sovereign Man

on Thursday, 27 February 2014 18:27

Unbelievable. 55-year Old Widow's Fight

Ed Note: Be absolutely sure you read 1/3 of the way down to the sentence beginning "There's just two minor corrections" - Money Talks

Li Mi-Yung just wanted to be free. 

This 55-year old widow in North Korea had spent the last 18-months building up an off-grid residential homestead. She was, for the most part, fully independent. 

She collected rain as a source of water. She had her own waste disposal. She generated her own electricity from the sun. 

Sounds pretty admirable, right? Especially in a place where so few people are independent. 

Unfortunately, upon finding out about Ms. Li's living situation, the local authorities in North Korea dispatched entire teams of government workers to Ms. Li's home, attempting to evict her and haul her in front of a tribunal. 

Truly despicable. You'd think that the North Korean government would be eager to learn from her so that everyone else's lives could be improved. 

But alas, what else can one expect from the government of North Korea...? 

There's just two minor corrections I need to make to this story before I go on, though. 

UnknownLi Mi-Yung is really Ms. Robin Speronis. And she does not live in North Korea. She lives in Cape Coral, Florida... in the Land of the Free. Everything else is true. 

Yes, rather than try to learn from Mr. Speronis in an effort to improve the city's public services, she was apparently branded as some kind of criminal mastermind who must be stopped at all costs. 

When they heard last November that she was living off-grid, the city posted a notice of eviction, citing numerous code violations. They concluded that her dwelling (which she had been living in since January) was "unfit for human habitation." 

Furthermore, she was told that continuing to live at (or even ENTERING) the property would constitute misdemeanor trespassing and subject her to arrest. 

Days ago, the case was heard in front of a special magistrate. City officials read off a seemingly endless list of code violations, and expert witnesseses were paraded into the court to confirm her nefarious deeds. 

Naturally. Someone who unplugs from the system can only be trouble. 

At the end of the hearing, the judge waived his hand, finding her guilty of some violations, not guilty of other violations, and then ordered her to at least partially plug back in to the grid. 

I wish I could use a word like "amazing", "unbelievable", or "incredible" here. But I can't. Because this is now par for the course in the Land of the Free. 

Collecting rainwater now constitutes a crime. Being free and independent gets you threatened with eviction and hauled into court. 

In the Land of the Free, you are unfit to decide for yourself how you want to live. And the government has all the power in the world to forcibly bend you to its will, even if it means terrorizing citizens into using public utilities. 

It's quickly getting to the point where anyone who wants to take back any personal freedom is going to have to seriously consider heading overseas to places where governments leave you the hell alone to live your life in peace. 

Yes, it's a radical thought. But so many great civilizations before were founded by intrepid free men and women who left their home countries in search of liberty and opportunity. 

Why not now?

To your sovereignty,


Simon Black

Founder, SovereignMan.com


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