Blog/World Events

Government’s Seizing Money Using Drug Law but 4 out of 5 Are Never Charged with a Crime

Civil forfeiture in the United States has been a controversial legal process in which law enforcement officers take assets from persons suspected of involvement [...]

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Obama’s Administration Spied on Trump PERIOD?

As evidence exposes that the Obama White House was spying on Trump, mainstream media is desperate to cover this up, but most importantly, this is feeding into the [...]

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Politicians – Courts – The Corruption of the Rule of Law in 1760s

William Tryon (1729-1788) was the Governor of North Carolina from 1765 to 1771 and the Province of New York from 1771 to 1780.  He is best known in North Carolina [...]

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Greece & Turkey – Is War in the Future?

They say there is nothing more dangerous than a wounded animal. Perhaps. But there is something far worse for society – a wounded politician. When power [...]

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Why Less than 10% Make Change Happen

COMMENT: Good day Martin I thoroughly enjoyed your video on the solution and took you up on creating a debate. Thank you for your work. I live in Canada. I have a [...]

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Governments Going Insane with New Ways to Tax People

In Ireland, a reader has sent this gem in. The Communications Minister Denis Naughten is so proud of himself for changing the definition of a ‘television [...]

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Mass Protests in Yemen Against Saudi Arabia

Two years after the start of the international war in Yemen, thousands of people in Sanaa have protested against the air raids of a Saudi-led military [...]

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Banks Secretly Report All Cash Transactions to the Police

  I have warned that governments around the world are engaged in the greatest collection of data in human history, tracking everything we do because they are [...]

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The Euro Crisis & The Previous Debt

QUESTION: Hello Martin, I understand and agree to what you are saying in your post however I cannot understand what you mean when you say that: “Secondly, [...]

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