Josh Sigurdson talks with author and economic analyst John Sneisen about the inevitable fall of the Australian housing market as some markets see an annual decline of as much as 15% with Melbourne falling 10% and Sydney falling 10.9%. Some economists warn that we will see the market dip further to 20%, others say 25%.…

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Josh Sigurdson talks with author G. Edward Griffin about multiple issues starting with the coming great financial crisis and the domino effect to come. While we talk a lot about the inevitable collapse of the US dollar among other fiat currencies throughout the world as well as the bubbles growing unsustainable and showing the signs…

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Josh Sigurdson talks with Dan Anglin of Cannamerica Brands the effectiveness of CBD and THC. For many years people laughed at the notion that CBD could be good for you. It appeared as though it was an excuse more than a matter of fact. In recent days however, we’ve seen countless studies proving beyond a…

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Josh Sigurdson talks with Kingsley Edwards about his father Michael Edwards’ story. Michael was arrested under the “Three Strikes You’re Out” initiative under Clinton in 1993 for possession of cocaine. He had an addiction and was involved in selling the product. 26 years have since passed and he is still behind bars. He’s non-violent and…

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Josh Sigurdson explores the ancient ruins of Ouadane, Mauritania, deep in the Sahara Desert in Africa. A place that most are afraid to go, we went there on the road to the Richat Structure during the filming of our Atlantis documentary. It turned out to be both safe and beautiful. Considering the lack of video…

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Josh Sigurdson talks with journalist Ben Swann about the upcoming release of his new project Isegoria, a new social media/independent media and entertainment platform on the blockchain. As countless independent medias are getting purged from the internet, the level of concern is rising as it is quite clear the major networks are working together to…

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Josh Sigurdson reports from the ground at the Bank of France, the country’s central bank in Paris. As reports come out that France and Italy are pulling Europe behind, we talk about the remarks made by Macron regarding his push to “improve” the economy over the next few years and the absurdly small tax cuts…

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Josh Sigurdson talks with author and economic analyst John Sneisen about the most recent panic in Zimbabwe as new president Emmerson Mnangagwa raises fuel prices 140% and then took off on a plane to Russia as people took to the streets in protest. Was there a back room deal? What purpose does this serve? Well,…

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Josh Sigurdson talks with Anam Paiseanta in Barcelona in front of the Segrada Familia, the famous unfinished architectural masterpiece by Antoni Gaudi. Interestingly, with all the symbolism of a church, government builds great temples as well, but the doctrine of the structures is a far more exaggerated, coercive force. The state is a religion and…

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Josh Sigurdson reports from the ground at the Notre Dame Cathedral one month after the fire that brought the roof and famous spire down. Today, the streets are blocked off by fences and security with extremely limited access to the surrounding area in Paris, France. With construction underway, tourists line the streets across the river…

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