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Seven Stages Of Empire

Mike Maloney’s Hidden Secrets Of Money – Episode 2



The journey continues, this time Mike takes you to Greece to learn when, where and why currency became money. You’ll also learn one of the most predictable long-term economic cycles – the Seven Stages Of Empire. Then join Mike at a private meeting in London where he lets you connect the dots of the seven stages across the last 140 years of our own monetary history.

This video was originally posted on Mike Maloney’s blog at:

Currency Vs. Money

Mike Maloney’s Hidden Secrets Of Money – Episode 1

Mike Maloney takes you to Egypt to unravel the difference between currency and money. This is one of the most important lessons you will ever learn, and will pave the way for your understanding of future episodes. Because without knowing exactly what money is… how on earth can we expect to learn about it?

Episode 2: Seven Stages Of Empire

This video was originally posted on Mike Maloney’s blog at:

Clinton Cash

If you are one of the few people left in this world, that believe the Clinton’s are honorable people, and that the world or at least the US would benefit from another Clinton presidency, you should either read the “Clinton Cash” book written by Peter Schweizer or watch the documentary based on his book.

You can watch the video fullscreen on YouTube or right below…

Please, share this blog post / video with anybody you care about in the USA… or the whole world as this does not just affect those in the US.

Let me know your thoughts about it in the comments below.

Why the economy is collapsing…

If you have heard Obama’s New Year address this year, you might have thought that the US economy is doing great.

Have a look at this statistic from the FRED…

As you can see, most people (ever) have been helped the economy in January 2000, and right now we are at the almost lowest point since January 2010.

Now, you might say…  maybe, “Maybe more people work these days for the government?”, you might be right… but what does that mean?

If these days more people work for the government, that means more tax money from those working to improve the economy (the civilian labor force) will be used to pay for those that don’t help the economy (government).

So, a decrease in the civilian labor force is bad for the economy, an increase in the governmental labor force is also bad.  Both together is a disaster!

Check out Mike Maloney’s video on this topic…



For more info on the Brexit topic that Mike mentions in this video, click here. The Brexit information if of major importance for anybody that can vote in the UK.

BTW… for those of you in Australia that want to help reduce the size and expense of the goverment that just burns resources and doesn’t help improve the economy, I invite to check out the Liberal Democrats at

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Stefan Molyneux‘s topics range from philosophy to economics to art to how to achieve real freedom in the modern world.

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