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New Zealand losing its independence under Key

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Marti Oakley (c)copyright 2011 All Rights reserved

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Another political mystery as a man who has spent little of his adult life in his supposed native country, suddenly surfaces and wins a national election.  John Key of New Zealand appears to be the counter part to Obama’s sudden appearance in the US.  I don’t believe in coincidences and the idea that yet another charismatic political figure rises up out of nowhere about the same time Obama did and suddenly is the darling of the political set in New Zealand, just as Obama was here in the US, doesn’t seem quite so coincidental to me.

This video on YouTube was released before Key won the last election. New Zealand would have done well to have paid attention to it.  What is laid out in this video is your future under Key, obviously a man well connected in places other than New Zealand.

Key won a second term as New Zealand Prime minister, which does not bode well for New Zealanders.  Key, well known for his willingness to imitate oppressive laws and regulations rolled out in the United States, especially those that target the abundant independent agricultural sector in New Zealand, has made clear that he will work with the  US to finalize a corporate government-to-government free trade agreement that will include nine Pacific countries. 

This agreement should further destabilize all the national economies involved opening the door for complete corporate takeover of all businesses, trade and finances and most especially ending domestic agricultural production in favor of centralized big Ag corporate monopolies. More

Tobacco Smokes the World

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Source: http://frugaldad.com

Besides being unhealthy, cigarettes can cost a pack-a-day smoker over $2500 a year, and we could all use that money to pay down debt, take a vacation, or just have some insurance money left in the bank.

It’s also shocking to realize that Big Tobacco – the same industry we thought we got rid of years ago – is quietly raking in some serious profits. A lot of these profits are coming from overseas markets, but Big Tobacco is still advertising here at home. After 40 years of decline, the smoking rate in the US has flat-lined for the last five years.

I’ve heard plenty of feedback this week on my recent spate of infographics, so take what you will from this one. I personally am floored by the lot of the statistics and I think that, like the other infographics I’ve posted, this one should help expose just how large the Tobacco industry is and how much it affects you and your family.

Here’s a new graphic from FRUGALDAD highlighting ust how the world of tobacco affects the world.  VIEW GRAPHIC HERE More

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