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Martenson’s Updated Crash Course – A Great Learning Experience



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There were a few things that completely changed my worldview for the better.  These things made me think rationally, clearly, independently and thoroughly.  The writings of Theodore Dalrymple and John Taylor Gatto, the campaigns of Ron Paul, the ‘Peter Schiff was Right’ youtube videos and the works of Gary North and Tom Woods are some of the main sources from what was a serious philosophical change for me from 2005 – 2011.

A video series that put together the absurdity and danger of our monetary system and the FED was called “The Crash Course” by Chris Martenson.  It provided a visual link to the things that are never discussed in mainstream circles, and certainly never in school.  I had never had such things explained to me as a young person. The Crash Course opened my eyes instantly.  I think I watched the whole thing twice upon discovering it.

Martenson’s premise is simple: the next 20 years will be nothing like the last 20 years.  He focuses on the E’s: Economy, Education, Energy and Environment.  Recently he released a condensed and updated version of The Crash Course.  It will probably me more informative and useful to you than any social studies, civics or economics class you’ll have in school.  It certainly contains more information and depth than your teacher, who thinks that ‘Obama will take care of things’ or ‘once the Republicans get back in charge things will be better’.  People who still think that way should be taught how to escape that limited mindset.  The first thing to show them is this quote by Zora Neale Hurston: “Anybody depending on somebody else’s gods is depending on a fox not to eat chickens.”  The second step is to watch the updated Crash Course:


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