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Day 195: Moneyless Societies and Equal Money Capitalism ~ Economist's Journey to Life

Day Moneyless Societies and Equal Money Capitalism ~ Economist's Journey to Life

Day 424: Basic Income and Owning Property

Think Loud Development CEO Bill Hynes is the visionary founder and leader of a successful commercial real estate firm.

Day 191: Entertainment and Equal Money Capitalism ~ Economist's Journey to Life

Day Entertainment and Equal Money Capitalism ~ Economist's Journey to Life

Day 297: Profit Versus Preservation

Activist's Journey To Life: Day Profit Versus Preservation

The Hidden Agenda of the Corporate Philanthropy - Exposing Problems continued (Part 1) - Day 300

Day 268 Using the moment where you normally fall, as an opportunity for self-change

Day 295: Capitalism: A Ghost Story

Nelson Mandela, who spent 27 years in apartheid jails as the world's most important political prisoner, walked free from Victor Verster prison, near Cape Town, on February Nelson Mandela died at age 95 due to complications from a recurring lung infection.

Days 143-144: Playing Monopoly

My mother called monopoly "the Devil's game"! She hates playing, and would warn us anytime we wanted to play that it was going to cause a huge fight. She was usually right!

How Capitalism Justifies Child Labour - Part 2 - Day 309

Doesn't it make you want to help change things in the world?

Day 306: How The Rich Drive Poverty

The ghetto kids earning just an hour making gifts for the Middletons' business empire

Day 179: Resource-ism, not racism, lies behind SA's race talk ~ Economist's Journey to Life

Day Resource-ism, not racism, lies behind SA's race talk ~ Economist's Journey to Life

Day 251 How to Stop Slave Labour

Mike McDonald's Journey to Life: Day 251 How to Stop Slave Labour

Day 270: Cheap Goods - Containment/Contentment Tools

A Director's Journey to Life: Day Cheap Goods - Containment/Contentment Tools

Day 181: Applied Equality in Equal Money Capitalism ~ Economist's Journey to Life

Day Applied Equality in Equal Money Capitalism ~ Economist's Journey to Life

Day 284 The Story of Inequality, No sustainability

"During a year of global economic crisis the world's 100 richest people gained a total of 240 billion- enough money to end extreme poverty worldwide 4 times over. It's not a crisis, its a scam, it's time to put an end to it!