#UNRIG Video (25:23) Jim Willie “Golden Jackass” Talks Food Shortage, Arson Fire, Gold Pump, Quantum Reset Possibilities

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Robert David Steele is the conceptualizer of integrated election reform (#UNRIG) and the integration of holistic analytics, true cost economics, and Open Source Everything Engineering (OSEE) such that we can achieve a prosperous world at peace at 10-20% the cost of the failed Western economic model burdened by banks and lawyers. A former US spy and co-founder of the Marine Corps Intelligence Activity, he is today the Chief Enabling Officer (CeO) of Earth Intelligence Network, a 501c3, and now also CeO of Open Source Everything (OSE Inc.). He continues his education with non-fiction reading, posting over 2,000 reviews across 98 categories; his hobbies include off-shore sailing and racketball.


  1. Big money for big changes…

    “… It is clear that those at the top of the environmentalist movement are witting in their advocacy of policies that ultimately kill people…. many of the environmentalist policy-makers say so publicly. … The World Wildlife Fund, the Club of Rome, the Population Crisis Committee/Draper Fund, and other elite bodies want it to kill people.”


    ” Unprecedented Donations

    The commitments coming from big foundations are unprecedented. They include the California Endowment’s 10-year, $225 million pledge of support for Black-led organizing, activism, and advocacy in California; Open Society’s $150 million in grants promised to Black-led justice organizations, part of a $220 million investment in Black communities; the Hewlett Foundation’s new 10-year, $168 million racial-justice initiative; the Packard Foundation’s five-year $100 million pledge, beginning with a grant to Solidaire’s Black Liberation Pooled Fund, and the Meyer Memorial Trust’s five-year, $25 million initiative to provide support for Black-led groups.”


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