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NEW WORLD ECONOMIC ORDER WITH KARL EISENBACH

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On September 22 we hosted Karl Eisenbach, with whom we explored what is going on in Europe and the implications it can have for all the people of the world. Despite early technical glitches, it was quite a show.

If you are one of those whose eyes glaze over when the talk turns to details of the economy, you will want to listen to Karl explain how the Euro crisis points out the basic faults of crony capitalism driven by phony financial instruments treated as commodities.


The crisis demonstrates that our interests are so inter-related that a few cannot for long benefit at the expense of the many. Whether it is corporations destroying the environment, banksters crashing national economies or nations that want to be a part of an international corporate Empire conspiring to control the world through endless war, it somply cannot be done without in the end destroying human civilization itself.

People are justifiably afraid of what might happen if the economic cataclysm that Europe is facing becomes a reality. However, if a system cannot sustain itself because it is inherently self-destructive, what emerges may be a much better one from those who have not been benefitting from the old.

It is up to We the People of the various nations to stand up as one and demand that when the Euro crashes, this time it will be the banksters who suffer. There is wealth enough for all if we can create a system where work is valued over the mindless accumulation of wealth and power that has driven us to the edge of construction of a new world society where war is but a distant memory.




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