Further web sites that may interest you:

General sites:

http://johnpilger.com/ A real journalist’s site—Good articles, videos and further links.

http://www.mcdonough.com/ Check out the video: “Resource Abundance by Design” presented by William McDonough at the World Economic Forum’s Annual Meeting of the New Champions in Tianjin, China, September 12, 2014

http://www.responsibletechnology.org/ Jeffrey Smith’s GMO information site

http://corporateeurope.org/power-lobbies Learn about the power of lobbying.

http://www.thirdworldtraveler.com/index.html William Greider’s website (American author and journalist)

Monetary information sites

http://michael-hudson.com/ Professor Michael Hudson is one of the most clued up economists I know of. He has a wealth of papers, reports and books on his site with videos. His book Finance Capitalism and its Discontents, should be required reading for all economists, and those who seek to understand why our econmy is so destructive.

http://www.positivemoney.org/2012/06/the-disaster-of-debt-based-economics/ Michael Rowbotham’s video presentations.

http://www.monetary.org/ The American Monetary Institute (AMI) is a publicly supported charity, founded in 1996 to present the results of our research in a manner understandable by the average citizen; leading to monetary reforms which bring forth a greater level of economic justice and a more equitable and efficient functioning of government.

http://www.comer.org/ Committee on Monetary and Economic Reform (Canadian)

http://moneymyths.org.uk/ Money Myths is presented by Brian Leslie. He has spent a lifetime looking at the problems with the current money system. He has been the Editor of Sustainable Economics magazine for over 16 years. Sites have video presentations & DVDs available

http://prosperityuk.com/ dedicated to spreading understanding about the nature of our debt-based money system, and campaigning for publicly-created debt-free money – since January 2000.

General Health:

I have another site devoted to health issues, please check it out:

http://fundamentalhealth.org/   I happen to believe that health and the economy are inseperably linked, but have kept them separated for now.