Harvard Law professor Ronald Sullivan fights to free wrongfully convicted people from jail — in
Placing a chip in your body will take your freedom and human rights in a sneaky way.
We live with bank cards, ID cards, shopping cards, swipe machine, social media accounts, online banking and buying, location trackers, phone trackers, and the list goes on and on.
Seems all so handy but it’s just a clever way for a government system, to keep you in their system. Before you start disagreeing just think about it. What is freedom? If you never experienced slavery, colonization, dictatorship, never could leave your country, or never could enter another country, you don’t even see and have no knowledge of what is going on in the world. You just see that placing a chip in your hand is convenient without thinking about the catastrophic consequences for all humankind!
The history of the Caribbean reveals the significant role the region played in the colonial struggles of the European powers since the 15th century.
You may not see the problem, but it’s there. It’s estimated there are more than 21 million human trafficking victims worldwide. It’s happening around the world every day.
Child labor is a great problem all over the world and it will not be solved in the next decade but by buying the right coffees we have the power to head the right direction…