When financial fundamentals such as unilateral currency fluctuations, reversal of system-wide banking policies, and entire nations withdrawing from monetary partnerships suddenly begin to change -- well, you’d better pay attention to what you think is nailed down around you. Ellen reports on what these changes mean and speaks with well-known commentator and media host Greg Hunter about the dynamics playing out in the global world of banking. And then there is personal change: can opening oneself up to powerful new personal roles affect public policy changes? Co-host Walt McRee talks with RESULTS founder Sam Daley-Harris about his work motivating hundreds of thousands of individuals to realize their power in driving social change.
When economic towers collapse, effects are felt. In the case of the recent, sudden and significant drop in oil prices, pain may reverberate around the world as major financial institutions are put at significant risk of failure. And then there is the fallout from bank failures that become stratagems for global bankers to take new control of countries. Ellen examines these important developments and talks with Irish political leader Mark Dearey who is actively supporting creation of public banks to help recover from virtual extortion by global bankers. And co-host Walt McRee talks with economy-reformer Marc Armstrong about his new “Commonomics” initiative that aims to unify citizen activism to protect and support public assets.