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Netherlands Closing 19 Prisons Due to Lack of Criminals

Netherlands Closing 19 Prisons Due to Lack of Criminals

In 2009, the Dutch justice ministry announced the planned closing of eight prisons in the Netherlands due to a declining crime rate which was expected to continue. In 2013, a staggering 19 prisons were scheduled to be closed. This is caused, in part, by a continued decline in crime rates. Additionally, those who are convicted […]

Swiss Plan to Pay Basic Income – Regardless of Job

By: Amanda Froelich, True Activist. “If you weren’t afraid of anything, what would you do?” is a common question asked to inspire one to let go of any limitations holding them back. And while it’s an exhilarating ponderance, the reality is that most have financial obligations and dependents relying on their monetary income to survive. […]

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This 14-year-old Figured Out How to Save the US Millions

By: Amanda Froelich, True Activist. Imagine the number of handouts you randomly receive on the street, as well as the load of printed paper you may constantly be required to print for your own office. While having a printed handout with need-to-know information is convenient, the implications from using large amounts of paper – and […]

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Give 2 Minutes to Understand How the Wealthy Keep the Poor Folks Poor

Humans have a tendency to over-complicate things; that’s where Robert Reich comes in. In the eyes of this economist and author who once served in the governments of Presidents Gerald Ford and Jimmy Carter, much of economic policy is just an ideological war on those without money, by those with money, who have dressed up […]

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A Man In Debt Demolishes His House And Drops It In Front Of The Bank

At the end of 2013, a man from Lovech-Bulgaria who could not afford to pay the mortgage for his house gave his last penny to demolish it right before the banksters took it away. The land that the house was built on was not included in the mortgage so the family decided to destroy the […]

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Financial world shaken by 5 bankers’ apparent suicides

The apparent suicide death of the chief economist of a US investment house brings the number of financial workers who have died allegedly by their own hand to four in the last week. 50-year-old Mike Dueker, who had worked for Russell Investment for five years, was found dead close to the Tacoma Narrows Bridge in […]

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How Helping the Poor Will NOT Produce Overpopulation

It’s a common myth to believe that the world is overpopulated. Unfortunately it’s a mentality that has been ingrained in most of the masses, and many truth promoters believe it is a mindset that could have disastrous implications. Despite the ranging opinions on the issue, what is needed most are valid statistics explaining the issue, […]

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The Employee-Centered Business That May Take Down Wal-Mart

By: Amanda Froelich, True Activist. Remember the funky art stores, dignified co-ops, or family grocery stores that used to be prevalent in small towns across America? And then, do you also remember the excitement that arose over the new super-stores being built which could potentially offer everything in one location? At the time, nothing could […]

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