THE GREAT AWAKENING: Alternative News and other interesting readings for those who want to wake up. If you want to change the world, be the Change. "I can't change the direction of the wind, but I can adjust my sails to always reach my destination". Jimmy Dean
The Facts: A recent report by Oxfam is one of many to explain how the world’s wealthiest people have seen their wealth grow substantially since the beginning of the pandemic, while most others have suffered greatly as a result of the pandemic.
Reflect On: Why is money always presented as a problem or a solution? Does humanity have the potential to move beyond such a system and thrive? Do we have solutions to our issues? Is the problem that many solutions threaten government/corporate greed/control?
As if Haiti hasn’t suffered enough, a study has come out that talks about how United Nations (UN) peacekeepers that were in charge of protecting the disaster-struck nation mostly due to the 2010 earthquake and 2016’s Hurricane Matthew, saying that these men actually fathered hundreds of babies with both local women and girls as young as 11. And to make matters worse, they left these females to support and raise these babies alone, and in extreme poverty nonetheless. →
(NewsVoice) AFRIKA. Mallence Bart-Williams föddes i Tyskland, men hennes hjärta slår för Sierra Leone där hon är medborgare. Sierra Leone är ett grannland till Liberia och Guinea i Västafrika. I detta berömda TED-tal från 2015 förklarar Bart-Williams hur Sierra Leone och Afrika är den kanske rikaste staten respektive kontinenten i världen. →
Läs mer & video: “Ted Talk: Mallence Bart-Williams on the Richness of Africa” (17:15) via— NewsVoice
(Prepare For Change) The economy of the world and the way money is valued, is one of the biggest scams of the universe. Money and wealth are naturally backed by mineral resources, land, and basically physical commodities such as precious metals. But in Africa, it is not so.
And if we were to go by the above, which is clear for all to agree with, then it is safe to say that African currencies are supposed to be most valuable in the world, given that Africans have more of the valuable resources of this world. →