Friday, February 10, 2017

Life Is Life Nana Na Na Na

List of Countries Where You Can Live for 500 U.S. Dollars Per Month


The white areas are a rough approximations of the 130 countries where you can live for under 500 US Dollars per month.

15 Dollars per Day Budget
  1. Grenada -- $16.34
  2. Seychelles -- $16.34
  3. Brazil -- $16.13
  4. Argentina -- $16.13
  5. Panama -- $16.13
  6. American Samoa -- $15.91
  7. Gabon -- $15.70
  8. Romania -- $15.70
  9. Mauritius -- $15.48
  10. Costa Rica -- $15.05
  11. Kazakhstan -- $15.05
  12. Montenegro -- $14.41
  13. Suriname -- $14.19
  14. Bulgaria -- $13.55
  15. Saint Lucia -- $13.55
  16. Saint Vincent and the Grenadines -- $12.90
  17. Serbia -- $12.47
  18. South Africa -- $12.26
  19. Angola -- $11.83
  20. Botswana -- $11.83
  21. Colombia -- $11.40
  22. Azerbaijan -- $11.18
  23. Dominica -- $11.18
  24. Iran -- $10.97
  25. Cuba -- $10.54
  26. Belarus -- $10.32
  27. Dominican Republic -- $10.11
  28. Niue -- $10.11
  29. Belize -- $9.89
  30. Peru -- $9.46
  31. Macedonia $9.25
  32. Namibia -- $9.25
  33. Jamaica -- $9.25
  34. Cape Verde -- $8.82
  35. Thailand -- $8.82
  36. Algeria -- $8.60
  37. Ecuador -- $8.39
  38. Tunisia -- $8.17
  39. Bosnia and Herzegovina -- $7.96
  40. China $7.74
  41. Jordan -- $7.74
  42. Maldives -- $7.31
  43. Turkmenistan -- $7.10
  44. Albania -- $7.10
  45. Fiji -- $7.10
  46. El Salvador -- $6.67
  47. Armenia -- $6.45
  48. Morocco -- $6.24
  49. Guatemala -- $6.02
  50. Marshall Islands -- $5.59
  51. Samoa -- $5.59
  52. Ukraine -- $5.59
  53. Vanuatu -- $5.59
  54. Syria -- $5.38
  55. Iraq -- $5.38
  56. Egypt -- $5.16
  57. Georgia -- $5.16
  58. Bhutan -- $4.73
  59. Congo -- $4.73
  60. Micronesia $4.73
  61. Swaziland -- $4.73
  62. Indonesia -- $4.73
  63. Tonga -- $4.73
  64. Paraguay -- $4.30
  65. Sri Lanka -- $4.30
  66. Honduras -- $4.09
  67. Bolivia -- $3.87
  68. Kosovo -- $3.87
  69. West Bank and Gaza -- $3.66
  70. Guyana -- $3.44
  71. Philippines -- $3.44
  72. Djibouti -- $3.23
  73. Tuvalu -- $3.23
  74. Mongolia -- $3.01
  75. Papua New Guinea -- $3.01
  76. Sudan -- $2.80
  77. Cameroon -- $2.58
  78. Korea North $2.58
  79. Moldova -- $2.58
  80. Yemen -- $2.58
  81. Côte d'Ivoire -- $2.37
  82. Nicaragua -- $2.37
  83. Nigeria -- $2.37
  84. Solomon Islands -- $2.37
  85. Uzbekistan -- $2.37
  86. Kiribati -- $2.15
  87. Mauritania -- $2.15
  88. Pakistan -- $2.15
  89. Vietnam -- $2.15
  90. Zambia -- $2.15
  91. India -- $1.94
  92. Kyrgyzstan -- $1.94
  93. São Tomé and Príncipe -- $1.94
  94. Senegal -- $1.94
  95. Cambodia -- $1.72
  96. Haiti -- $1.72
  97. Kenya -- $1.72
  98. Laos -- $1.72
  99. Lesotho -- $1.72
  100. Benin -- $1.51
  101. Chad -- $1.51
  102. Comoros -- $1.51
  103. Mali -- $1.51
  104. Bangladesh -- $1.29
  105. Burma -- $1.29
  106. Ghana -- $1.29
  107. Tajikistan -- $1.29
  108. Afghanistan -- $1.08
  109. Burkina Faso -- $1.08
  110. Rwanda -- $1.08
  111. Tanzania -- $1.08
  112. Timor-Leste -- $1.08
  113. Togo -- $1.08
  114. Uganda -- $1.08
  115. Mozambique -- $1.08
  116. Central African Republic -- $0.86
  117. Ethiopia -- $0.86
  118. Gambia The $0.86
  119. Guinea -- $0.86
  120. Madagascar -- $0.86
  121. Nepal -- $0.86
  122. Sierra Leone -- $0.86
  123. Niger -- $0.86
  124. Eritrea -- $0.65
  125. Guinea-Bissau -- $0.65
  126. Liberia -- $0.65
  127. Malawi -- $0.65
  128. Somalia -- $0.65
  129. Congo Democratic Republic of $0.43
  130. Burundi -- $0.43

How Soon is Now?

From Personal Initiation

to Global Transformation

(Englisch) Gebundene Ausgabe – 21. Februar 2017

von Daniel Pinchbeck (Autor), Russell Brand (Einleitung), Sting (Vorwort)

"We are on the brink of an ecological mega-crisis, threatening the future of life on earth, and our actions over the next few years may well determine the destiny of our descendants. Between a manifesto and a tactical plan of action, How Soon is Now? by radical futurist and philosopher Daniel Pinchbeck, outlines a vision for a mass social movement that will address this crisis. Drawing on extensive research, Daniel Pinchbeck presents a compelling argument for the need for change on a global basis. The central thesis is that humanity has unconsciously self-willed ecological catastrophe to bring about a transcendence of our current condition. We are facing an initiatory ordeal on a planetary scale. We can understand that this initiation is necessary for us to evolve from one state of being – our current level of consciousness – to the next. Overcoming outmoded ideologies, we will realize ourselves as one unified being, a planetary super-organism in a symbiotic relationship with the Earth's ecology and the entire web of life. Covering everything from energy and agriculture, to culture, politics, media and ideology, How Soon Is Now? is ultimately about the nature of the human soul and the future of our current world. Pinchbeck calls for an intentional redesign of our current systems, transforming unjust and elitist structures into participatory, democratic, and inclusive ones. His viewpoint integrates indigenous design principles and Eastern metaphysics with social ecology and radical political thought in a new synthesis."

An Update on 
German Intelligence Infiltration 
of World Governments 
@ Project Camelot 
10th February 2017
"I will be talking with Michael Shrimpton, a former English Barrister about the election of Trump, the current political scene and the infiltration by the German secret intelligence service into world governments, intelligence services and world affairs. In essence the activities of the head of the 4th Reich." – Kerry Lynn Cassidy, Project Camelot
A Short History of the Trump Family



"What he represents, above all, is the triumph of an underworld of predators, hustlers, mobsters, clubhouse politicians and tabloid sleaze that festered in a corner of New York City, a vindication of his mentor, the Mafia lawyer Roy Cohn, a figure unknown to the vast majority of enthusiasts who jammed Trump’s rallies and hailed him as the authentic voice of the people."
– Sidney Blumenthal 
on the new first family, from the latest LBR issue.

How you can light up the life 

of the world’s Energy Poor

Take a moment to digest this fact:
Across the globe, 1.3 billion people have no access to electricity.
https://grahamhancock.com/katsaross1/



First Vertical Forest In Asia To Have Over 3,000 Plants And Turns CO2 Into 132 Pounds Of Oxygen Per Day

http://www.boredpanda.com/vertical-forest-stefano-boeri-china/



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