Posts tagged with "SocioEconomicReformation"



Podcast · 26. April 2019
Happy Earth Day! Agenda 21 is in full effect!
Podcast · 29. March 2019
Previous Episode: SN806: Sovereignty Crackdowns, The Calls for Culling & Withstanding Silent Killers Part 2 of 4: #19 Codex Psychedelica on The Wayfinder Podcast Watch or Listen Below: Intro: Demons by Crest Of The Syndicate Outro: Need Input by Oscillian For two years the American people have been deceived by mainstream media. People have lost friendships, families have been fractured and our country nearly brought to the brink of war, all due to the, now flopped, Russian collusion hoax....

Podcast · 22. March 2019
Ceased the travels because the hates increased.
Podcast · 20. March 2019
Laurie Alexander of The Underground Resistance Network joins us to talk about anomalies!

Podcast · 09. January 2019
Patrick Vinson of The Daily Ember joins us!
Research · 13. February 2018
Environmentalists are targeting your hamburgers and buffalo wings with a “Meat Tax.” And they claim they have “never been closer to a meat tax.”

News · 06. February 2018
The government of South Australia wants to create the world’s largest “virtual” power plant, and it’s tapping Elon Musk’s Tesla, Inc. to do the job.
News · 22. January 2018
Amazon.com Inc will open its checkout-free grocery store to the public on Monday after more than a year of testing, the company said, moving forward on an experiment that could dramatically alter brick-and-mortar retail.

Research · 11. January 2018
Seattle has decided to impose a 1.75 cent per ounce tax on all sugary beverages within the city with the hopes of raising a $15 million revenue stream that it will use for programs to help people “have better access to fresh fruits and vegetables,” as Seattle station KIRO 7 explains. The price of Gatorade Frost Variety Pack at Costco, usually $15.99, with the $10.34 tax, shot up to $26.33, leaving customers with sticker-shock.
News · 09. January 2018
Last week, while the "bomb cyclone" raged above the East Coast, schools across the northeastern and southeastern United States were forced to close due to the dangerous winter weather. But that was not the case for Baltimore schools, where as we discussed the school system remained open during the first half of the week despite the widespread heating failures that caused many classrooms across the city to barely print above 40 degrees.

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