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How Much Is Enough?

 How Much Is Enough?


First viewed this and similar videos around 2001

Modern Money Mechanics

Modern Money Mechanics 
The Corruption present by Design in Modern Monetary System

20 minutes 
20 minutes 

one of the best videos that was thought provoking for me.
Extremely worth every minute of time to watch.

ZEITGEIST: ADDENDUM | Full Free Documentary

ZEITGEIST: ADDENDUM | Full Free Documentary | Social Pathology, Peter Joseph

Watch the full documentary Zeitgeist: Addendum, from director Peter Joseph, born out of public interest in possible solutions to the cultural issues presented in Zeitgeist: The Movie 

Building upon the topics of social distortion and corruption, Addendum moves to also present possible solutions. Featured in the work is former “Economic Hit-man” and New York Times bestselling author, John Perkins, along with The Venus Project, an organization for social redesign created by Social Engineer and Industrial Designer Jacque Fresco.


one of the best videos that was thought provoking for me.

Extremely worth every minute of time to watch.

"Why Am I so Unhappy?"

"Why Am I so Unhappy?" Nick Keomahavong (Buddhist Monk)


Robin Sharma "The Monk Who Sold his Ferrari"

Robin Sharma "The Monk Who Sold his Ferrari"


Attention residue

Jane Elliott American educator - All White People Are Racist. Here's how it can be fixed.

 Jane Elliott American educator

Jane Elliott is an American diversity educator. As a school teacher, she became known for her "Blue eyes/Brown eyes" exercise. She first conducted her famous exercise for her class on April 5, 1968, the day after the assassination of Martin Luther King Jr.

see below FULL article 


Anatomy of the State

Anatomy of the State PDF book by Murray N. Rothbard 
Read Online or Free Download in ePUB, PDF or MOBI eBooks. Published in 1974 the book become immediate popular and critical acclaim in politics, economics books.

The main characters of Anatomy of the State novel are John, Emma. The book has been awarded with Booker Prize, Edgar Awards and many others.

One of the Best Works of Murray N. Rothbard. published in multiple languages including English, consists of 60 pages and is available in Paperback format for offline reading.

Critical thinking skills

Critical thinking skills are an important tool, especially when it comes to personal beliefs and academics. When applied, critical thinking is a powerful defense against ideas and opinions that are potentially harmful or blatantly wrong. Unfortunately, not everyone possesses this ability, although it can be taught. Understanding what suppresses critical thinking is an important step to obtaining a more open mind.


Indoctrination is a major roadblock to critical thinking. When an individual is surrounded and constantly fed a one-sided view on things like personal beliefs or politics, it stifles critical thinking. Children and students are especially vulnerable to this, so critical thinking must always be encouraged. According to the Association of American Colleges & Universities, teaching students to be skeptical will "help them see through the distortions of propaganda, and enable them to assess judiciously the persuasiveness of powerful emotional appeals." 


Lack of Intelligence
An article by the University of Phoenix, entitled "Can Critical Thinking be Taught in the Classroom?" asserts that a critical thinker "would need a level of intellectual and cognitive ability." The article implies that some people are more adept than others when it comes to being skeptical and analytical. This is understandable, because people who lack intelligence will find it much easier to simply accept certain ideas at face-value than take the time and effort to research them. According to the Media Awareness Network, "Critical thinking is about how to think, not what to think" and requires "curiosity, open-mindedness, skepticism, and persistence.' In other words, you cannot think critically if you are ignorant of its process. Critical thinking is not about assuming that everything you hear, read or see is potentially wrong. It is about taking any information provided and analyzing it using the critical thinking process. Without this understand, critical thinking skills will be nonexistent.