Welcome back to the Monday morning Red Pill. Here's a little dose of reality to jump-start your week.
Big Brother: Big Brother sees all because you willingly feed him tons of information that you think is innocuous, but rather, it's invaluable to the intelligence community because you're doing their homework for them. Here's yet another reason why you should delete your Facebook account... CIA has easy and instant access to your information via Facebook. (You Tube)
Afghanistan: When the Anglo-Americans pull out of Afghanistan, they are considering something called "Plan C" which institutes the break-up of the country into eight separate kingdoms. Exporting American democracy failed miserably, but we shouldn't be so dour about our inept failure at "nation building." Instead, we should celebrate our excellent job at "nation demolition." (Transmissions: Just Give Me Some Truth)
Ponzi - Made in China: Banksters in China were operating a massive Ponzi Scheme... until they got caught. Now everyone knows what's going on and the scandal has triggered widespread panic. The outlook is grim. Mish let us in on a little secret about how China's shadow banking system collapsed. China's implosion is reaching a critical mass and it's already sending ripples across global financial markets. (Global Economic Analysis)
Banksters: If you didn't hear the news... QE3 is here. Ben Bernanke fired up his printing press. This is horrible news and will continue to undermine the strength and confidence of the U.S. Dollar. Here's 10 shocking quotes about how QE3 will really affect the economy. (End of the American Dream)
Broke Town, U.S.A.: How bad has it gotten in the deadliest city in America... Camden, New Jersey? The town cut back on its police force earlier in the year and homicides rose sharply as drug gangs seized control of the streets. But the city of Camden continues to have budget woes and they have no choice but to disband the entire police force. (Telegraph)
Moon: This sounds like something out of a bad sci-fi flick, but an elevator to the moon sounds too good to be true, right? Think again. Lunar 'space elevator' may be built by 2020. (RT)
Best of luck surviving this week. Please share your favorite links by any means necessary. We're trying a new experiment this week, so see ya tomorrow.