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Embracing the Specter of Systemic Collapse

by Tristan A. Shaw, Information Clearing House

Let us evaluate our collective despondency as activists (the categorical minority of those who care) attempting to sustain the existence of human life. We think our role is defined by the perpetual struggle against imperial empire and capitalism – that the elite class must be vanquished through repeated protests and social organization. But limited is our mental landscapes, for their does exist an unrecognized alternative out of which our efforts will culminate great impact and change. Its essence can be discovered within your latent potential as a spiritual being, an inscribed message from our ancient past. Continue reading Embracing the Specter of Systemic Collapse

Venezuelan president approves ‘Workers’ Bank’ amid rising inflation

by Jesus Silva, Press TV

Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro announced the creation of the National Bicentenario Workers’ Bank, which is the government’s biggest investment in the state-owned financial system. The bank will provide special financial services to the working class, women and members of the commune movement.
Maduro said the government is developing over 500 branches of the bank nationwide and more than 1,000 automatic teller machines for the National Bicentenario Workers’ Bank. Experts say the workers bank has an international significance. The Venezuelan president also approved the creation of a commission to oversee recovered, occupied or nationalized companies, improve productivity, and fight against economic warfare.

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