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Prostitution & Consent: Answering a Critique of the Nordic Model

Of the many people I follow on twitter, one of the is Megan Murphy, a contributor to Feminist Current who’s work provides a very interesting mix of feminist commentary and activism. 976 more words

Feminism & Femininity

Cloud products, usury, and the death of property

Human beings used to be reasonably capable of distinguishing reality from imagination, at least in the boots-on-the-ground world of day to day life.  Property at one time referred to something real, something which… 859 more words


Usury & Interest

The word “usury” has crept back into public view over the past decade. It is interesting that the current Pope, in 2014, greeted the National Council of Anti-Usury Foundation by saying “When a family has nothing to eat, because it has to make payments to usurers, this is not Christian, it is not human!” Usury, a word once buried under the prosperity of the latter half of the last century has come back into the public mind since the great recession of 2007, and the sovereign debt crisis in 2011 which still rumbles on in the Eurozone. 1,756 more words


Why Elections Are Futile

“Who is the Richest person in the world? Do you really think your government controls everything? How Rothschild became the richest family in the world? In this documentary video you will the all about Rothschild Family and his biography. 1,374 more words

Money-changers in the Temple

By Adam Zens

“The Bible is dangerously sharp and hits us where it hurts the most, pulling us out of our comfort zone and dissecting our conscience like a living scalpel.”—Paraphrase of Hebrews 4:12. 665 more words

Conquering the Spirit of Debt (48:56)

This amazing sermon given in Sept 2003 by Pastor Rod Parsley at Breakthrough Church in Columbus Ohio.


Imperial Japan: Usury, Banking Reform & The Path To War

Today, Japan is a world superpower. They are the most powerful democratic state in their region of influence, they have the third largest GDP in the world after the USA and China, and they are one of the most, if not the most technologically advanced societies in the world. 1,637 more words