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Catherine Austin Fitts – Black Budget and UFO Economy

Join Dark Journalist and Former Assistant Housing Secretary/Financial Expert Catherine Austin Fitts in this groundbreaking overview of the darkest secret of the Black Budget: The UFO Economy!

What does the economy, surveillance, advanced technology, a secret space program, NASA and the covert finance world have to do with the UFOs flying in our airspace?

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97% Owned

97% owned present serious research and verifiable evidence on oureconomic and financial system. This is the first documentary to tackle this issue from a UK-perspective and explains the inner workings of Central Banks and the Money creation process.

When money drives almost all activity on the planet, it’s essential that we understand it. Yet simple . . . → Read More: 97% Owned

In Debt We Trust

In Debt We Trust shows how the mall replaced the factory as America’s dominant economic engine and how big banks and credit card companies buy our Congress and drive us into what a former major bank economist calls modern serfdom. Americans and our government owe trillions in consumer debt and the national debt, a large . . . → Read More: In Debt We Trust

Real Estate for Ransom

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Real Estate 4 Ransom is a documentary about global property speculation and its impact on the economy. Real Estate 4 Ransom considers the changing motivations behind property investment and challenges the notion that the Global Financial Crisis was caused by bank lending alone. Shot over 5 years, the film focuses an economics lens on many . . . → Read More: Real Estate for Ransom

Phoning from the Philippines

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Move over India – Manila is the new call center capital of the world. With its English-speaking workforce, geopolitical stability and embracement of Western culture, the Philippines is fast becoming the world’s hottest destination for call centers. Established in just a decade, the outsourcing industry now employs 420,000 workers and accounts for five percent of . . . → Read More: Phoning from the Philippines

Stealing Africa

Zambia’s copper resources have not made the country rich. Virtually all Zambia’s copper mines are owned by corporations. In the last ten years, they’ve extracted copper worth $29 billion but Zambia is still ranked one of the twenty poorest countries in the world. So why hasn’t copper wealth reduced poverty in Zambia? Once again it . . . → Read More: Stealing Africa

All Wars are Bankers’ Wars

The United States fought the American Revolution primarily over King George III’s Currency act, which forced the colonists to conduct their business only using printed bank notes borrowed from the Bank of England at interest.

After the revolution, the new United States adopted a radically different economic system in which the government issued its own . . . → Read More: All Wars are Bankers’ Wars