Articles from Global Guerrillas
What happens when the global industrial bureaucracy that ruled the world for the past couple of hundred years becomes obsolete?
We're about to find out.
This industrial bureaucracy is being made obsolete by the very same technological change that spawned it. Job growth has already stalled in advanced economies, and we're about to explore the downward slope.
The last time this occurred was the destruction of agriculture as a socio-economic system.
As you know, I’ve spent the last couple of months working on ways to revive the American Dream over on the HomeFree America blog.
The good news is that I think we’ve made lots of progress. I now believe a new, vibrant American Dream is not only possible, but inevitable. A Dream so powerful, it has the potential to shape the Century.
Here's an interesting question.
The world is awash in money. There's so much money available that interest rates are nearly zero. On top of that, the Fed is printing money furiously to very little effect.
You would think that with nearly free money available, inflation would be soaring...
So, why don't we see much inflation?
Over the last month, cyberterrorists operating from offshore locations, launched a massive attack on US citizens. By hacking point of sale terminals in Target stores, the group was able to steal information from 40 million citizens across the US.
Put some thinking regarding bitcoin up on Twitter.
Here's what is going on.
I've left Resilient Communities due to a difference in creative direction. Which means I'm no longer associated with the site in any way. Despite my departure, I wish the current team good luck with it and hope they stay true to the message I developed there.
Here's an important question.
What do the following have in common?
- 9/11 and Al Qaeda's subsequent attacks
- The Iraq War (the guerrilla war)
- The Nigerian Conflict (MEND vs. Shell Oil - 2007 -- cause of the oil price spike)
- The Arab Spring (Tunisia/Lybia/Egypt)
- Snowden/Wikileaks crypto war.
They are all open source conflicts.
Just got this question from a law student.