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7.1 Million Americans in Prisons So Corporations can Profit from your Tax money
America which is known as the freest country in the world has incarcerated more of it’s citizens than the rest of the world combined. 7.1 million Americans are either in prison, on probation or under correctional supervision. The numbers continue to climb each year as more prisons are built nationwide. News journalist Fareed Zakaria from CNN goes in depth to show viewers how much the American government as well as private corporations spend building prisons apposed to schools.
He goes on to say that our elected officials have been bought out by lobbyist. They want the politicians to pave the way for more prisons by passing more laws of enslavement to insure a steady flow of inmates to occupy the cells. America has entered into a hell like period where people are worth more in prison than free and working as all jobs are being shipped to China. America is being
de-industrialized and destroyed by design in the name of clean energy and saving the planet.
Government staged terror attacks are giving them the excuse to spy on Americans and destroy the Constitution which protects our freedom. An open air prison is being built around the population in the name of safety and security and the majority of people believe the government wants to protect them from terror which is government sponsored to create an atmosphere of fear.
It appears that things will have to get much worse before people realize the U.S. government has been high-jacked by International Bankers that now control our military and send them into ever expanding wars. They seek to destroy America by passing laws that will turn this country into a tyrannical police state where every human activity is monitored, taxed and eventually outlawed for any excuse they can think up.
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Keller Rinaudo: A mini robot — powered by your phone
Your smartphone may feel like a friend — but a true friend would give you a smile once in a while. At TED2013, Keller Rinaudo demos Romo, the smartphone-powered mini robot who can motor along with you on a walk, slide you a cup of coffee across the table, and react to you with programmable expressions.
Keller Rinaudo is the co-founder and CEO of Romotive — makers of the small, covetable robot, Romo.
WHY YOU HOULD LISTEN TO HIM?
Keller Rinaudo founded Romotive alongside friends Phu Nguyen and Peter Seid. The startup makes Romo, an adorable miniature robot that harnesses the the powerful processor in every smartphone. Something between a personal robot and a pet, Romo has a personality thanks to controllable facial expressions and is able to roll around on a tank-like base. As CEO of Romotive, Rinaudo sets the strategic direction of the company, raises funds needed to scale quickly and focuses on growing the team through recruiting.
A 2009 Harvard graduate, Rinaudo worked with Dr. Yaakov Benenson and colleagues on biological computers — tiny devices made of RNA, DNA and proteins that, when implanted in the body, could work as molecular doctors signaling genes in need of treatment. Rinaudo is also a professional rock climber ranked top 10 in sport climbing. He has scaled alpine cliffs in France, underwater caves in Kentucky and the limestone towers of Yangshuo, China.
“That’s a lot of excitement for a smartphone toy robot. But, hey, this is a toy with big ambitions, and Rinaudo and his crew–though admittedly unsure about where this all might lead–are convinced they’re onto something.” CNET
Asia‘s 2013 Billionaires Who to Watch Out For
Davos 2013 – (Bloomberg) No Growth, Easy Money — The New Normal?
No Growth, Easy Money — The New Normal?
How do investors and policy-makers navigate in a world of loose monetary policy and low economic growth?
This session was developed in partnership with Bloomberg Television.
• Ray Dalio, Founder and Chief Investment Officer, Bridgewater Associates, USA
• Anshu Jain, Co-Chairman of the Management Board and the Group Executive Committee, Deutsche Bank, Germany; Co-Chair of the Governors for Financial Services Industry for 2013
• Jin Liqun, Chairman of the Board of Supervisors, China Investment Corporation (CIC), People’s Republic of China
• Pierre Moscovici, Minister of Economy and Finance of France
• Brian T. Moynihan, Chief Executive Officer, Bank of America, USA
• Ignazio Visco, Governor of the Bank of Italy
• Francine Lacqua, Editor-at-Large and Presenter, Bloomberg Television, United Kingdom
State of the Economy: Global Markets
Published on Jan 28, 2013
Wharton’s Mauro Guillen says the U.S. economy is likely to get stronger in 2013, but he expects economic and fiscal troubles to persist in Europe. The world economy could also suffer from the economic slowdown in the major emerging markets in China, India and Brazil.
Chinese billionaire sees opportunity in South Africa’s mining industry
A Chinese investor is hoping to profit from turmoil in South Africa’s mining industry, Nkepile Mabuse reports.