The world political, economic, banking and corporate system in all countries is based on CORRUPTION. Corruption means greed, conspiracies and cover-ups. Governments, corporations and organized crime are all one in the same. This corruption is on such a huge scale and inter-connected in such a way that most people can not believe it or could not figure it out. This is what has caused most nations and people of the world to live in poverty while a few nations and people retain all the wealth and power. Show me a politician, government agency, bank, financial organization or corporation and I will show you how they are involved. The world is a big place but we already know the main group and the mode of operation so pinpointing specific cases is not that difficult. We are here to help you understand the system and hope you will find your own way to fight it. We DO NOT have the answer to our problems in the world but at least we know what the problem is and are fighting it in the only way we can. Join the team and at least know you have done your part...sleep well when you do.

The second problem in the world is the one which allows the corruption to flourish...The Mainstream Media, which is totally controlled by the government, and corporate interest. We do not make this claim lightly, without reason and personal knowledge.

During one phase of our undercover investigations we worked in a high level government public relations office. We helped prepare the daily official government propaganda articles which were hand delivered to the news wire services which were in turn picked up by major newspapers and medias worldwide and reported as truth. What was reported contained basic information with a government spin designed to confuse and intimidate the general public into supporting the corrupt government.


This practice is standard procedure and is never questioned by the Mainstream Medias or the audience....This is the problem which must be addressed or the government will always control the people and the problems of government control are only will get much worse!!!!!

Thursday, July 26, 2007

America’s Tomorrow

The intrusion by the corporatist state will define our existence in our daily lives. Propaganda posters will line the streets and public spaces; surveillance cameras will watch our every move. Project Echelon and its offspring will monitor our phone calls, emails, faxes and conversations; through our fingerprints, DNA and iris scanning the state will be aware of our movements at all times. National psychology examinations for children will be made mandatory, with those deemed ‘troubled’ forced to take certain prescription drugs, made to attend special schools, creating a caste system of undesirables through genetic and social engineering. Through the use of television we will be told what to think and what reality is. Our children will be forced into conscription, trained to become soldiers of fortune in wars against East Asia, Middle Asia and South America. The end of privacy as we know it will arrive with the insertion of cameras into our homes, used to monitor our daily lives and record our most intimate moments.

President Chavez Announces Construction of 15 New Hospitals in Venezuela

Mérida, July 26, 2007 (— Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez announced the construction of 15 new hospitals across the country at an event in Caracas yesterday. The new hospitals, along with the remodeling of existing hospitals, make up the third and fourth phases of the Barrio Adentro (Inside the Barrio) health program. The Chavez government’s social programs, such as Barrio Adentro, have benefited nearly 50 percent of Venezuelan households according to a recent survey.

New Study Says Venezuelan Economy to Continue to Boom

Washington, DC: A new paper from the Center for Economic and Policy Research looks at the Venezuelan economy during the last eight years and finds that it does not fit the mold of an "oil boom headed for a bust," as is commonly believed.

"There's no obvious end in sight for Venezuela's current economic expansion," said economist Mark Weisbrot, Co-Director of the Center for Economic and Policy Research and co-author of the paper “The Venezuelan Economy in the Chávez Years.”