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Dr. Jerry Brown and Marvin Bishop with Peter Mingils - Todays Economy
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Join Seba, Heru-Ka Anu, host of Black Business Forum, for a discussion and review of the book: "Occupy Money: Creating an Economy Where Everybody Wins" by Margrit Kennedy.
Our topic of discussion: Complementary Currency - the Potential for an African American / Black Independent Economy and Development.
When: Monday June 29, 2015
Time; 7:00 A.M. - 9:00 A.M.
Ms. Kennedy says: "This book is about finding solutions... It is about introducing new money concepts that benefit everyone. It is about creating a monetary system not pathologically obsessed with growth; one that does not constantly redistribute money from the working poor and middle classes to the small rich minority."
We will discuss solutions for transforming Black Economic Potential into Economic Power.
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Do you feel trapped in a relationship you can’t leave?
Of course, feeling trapped is a state of mind. No one needs consent to leave a relationship. Millions of people remain in unhappy relationships that range from empty to abusive for many reasons; however, the feeling of suffocation or of having no choices stems from fear that’s often unconscious.
People give many explanations for staying in bad relationships, ranging from caring for young children to caring for a sick mate. One man was too afraid and guilt-ridden to leave his ill wife (11 years his senior). His ambivalence made him so distressed, he died before she did! Money binds couples, too, especially in a bad economy. Yet, more affluent couples may cling to a comfortable lifestyle, while their marriage dissolves into a business arrangement.
Homemakers fear being self-supporting or single moms, and breadwinners dread paying support and seeing their assets divided. Often spouses fear feeling shamed for leaving a “failed” marriage. Some even worry their spouse may harm him- or herself. Battered women may stay out of fear of retaliation. Most people tell themselves “The grass isn’t any greener,” believe they’re too old to find love again and imagine nightmarish online dating scenarios. Also, some cultures still stigmatize divorce.
Despite the abundance of reasons, many of which are realistic, there are deeper, unconscious ones that keep people trapped – usually fears of separation and loneliness. In longer relationships, spouses often don’t develop individual activities or support networks. In the past, an extended family served that function.
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A major change in the economy has been unfolding for several years. It is reaching a financial crisis that will no longer be unnoticed by most. It is possible that social chaos could result.
The Greek and European debt crisis has come to a head, as well as the one in Puerto Rico. The bond market is failing. With interest on bonds so low that some rates are negative, as interest rates now rise to draw investors, the older bonds are falling in value. The stock market may fall with bonds as the ridiculous derivatives market crashes. Very few people have a full time job with benefits and enough pay to meet living expenses and service their debt.
Inflation has been in gear in needed items like food, health care and utilities. Even though crude oil prices fell earlier this year, they have risen back somewhat, and gasoline prices are close to $3 again. Meanwhile the “petrodollar” is being abandoned in the world oil markets. Will the dollar fall? Will gold and silver skyrocket? What about real estate? Will currencies be reset, perhaps even backed by assets?
Is this an engineered collapse to set up a world economic governance via trade agreements and international institutions? It is wise to be better prepared for the changes in progress.
Waldo where are you? OH that is America Where are You? Is this the America you thought of being an Adult in? Is this our Future? Are we doning the right thing for our stability? How are with judging and shaping our future leaders? Call in and Voice your Views 347-945-5229
The elephant in the room is our economy YOU DON'T WANT TO MISS THIS , We are going to cover the current news from around the world that shows its not just America who is in trouble, but major government around the world are in big trouble, and i am going to share these news storys from major media outlets, around the globe that are in trouble, Are we on the cusp of a global reset? and: To Avoid Prison, You Must hearThis Before Taking Your Money Out of the Bank.
Conspiracy? Maybe. Screwed? Definitely. Whether you want to believe there is a grand conspiracy to bring down or fundamentally change America and the world really doesn't matter. The numbers are in and they suck. Here in the Front Row we'll be taking a look at the news and event from the serious to the sublime, from around the globe to around the corner in an effort to make some sense of it all and hopefully wake a few people ip along the way.
We are back here at Blogtalkradio.com! After a brief haitus exploring other podcast options we've decided to give BTR one more try. Please join Crafty, Adamizer and Bax tonight for another jam packed couple of hours talking Greece, gay marriage and a whole lot more from there. As always, we will mix it up with some comedy and a tune to get those toes a tapping.
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The Grexodus is real. It has been triggered by a financial crisis. So will yours.
The Greek diaspora is massive – proportionally greater even than the British. The free movement of people is a hallmark of any progressive civilisation. But when austerity measures have cast more than half of young people into unemployment, the loss of more than 150,000 graduates from a population where only five million are available to contribute to national wellbeing does not bode well for the future.
The figures are stark. Classically just over half the Greek population is not available to work; this proportion of children, pensioners and those in poor health is little different to other countries. So, of around 11 million people, the entire economy must be supported by around five million – but only 3.6 million Greeks are currently employed. 1.4 million are without work. Nearly half of those (0.64m) are aged less than 35 years.
Estimates of the scale of the Greek exodus vary. Some counts suggest that 75% of the 200,000 emigrants since 2010 are graduates – a brain drain that hardly encourages investment in new start-up enterprises. Add to that the lack of bank funding for small businesses and the ever-tightening noose of welfare cuts, and it’s no surprise that well-educated young people are flying out.
Grexodus, not Grexit: the Greater Greek Tragedy
Published on Jun 16, 2015
How will gold and silver do in the next meltdown? John Embry, Senior Investment Strategist at Sprott Asset Management, contends, “I find stocks severely overvalued, and I find bonds more overvalued, and I would lump urban real estate into that category as well. So, traditional assets are extremely overvalued. To me, the two really undervalued assets are gold and silver. They are significantly undervalued and everybody hates them. . . . Embry goes on to charge, “I would say gold and silver are as cheap as they were when gold was $250 an ounce and silver was $5 per ounce. They are the cheapest assets on the planet.”
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