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The UsuryFree Eye Opener is the electronic arm of the UsuryFree Network. It seeks active usuryfree creatives to help advance our mission of creating a usuryfree lifestyle for everyone on this planet. Our motto is 'peace and plenty before 2020.' The UsuryFree Eye Opener publishes not only articles related to the problems associated with our orthodox, usury-based 1/(s-i) system but also to the solutions as offered by active usuryfree creatives - and much more for your re-education.

Wednesday, September 09, 2009

Introducing "Conspiracy Culture" in Toronto, Ontario, Canada

If you live within driving distance of Toronto, Ontario, Canada, or if you are visiting Toronto from elsewhere do make an effort to visit "Conspiracy Culture." Patrick and/or Kadina will greet you and you will get to browse the very best in books and DVDs. You will learn lots that formal education neglects to teach and remember this: "The biggest conspiracy is that there is no conspiracy."

BTW, on Friday, November 13th, (UsuryFree Day) 2009, Conspiracy Culture will host a meeting to launch and celebrate the "Fifth Annual UsuryFree Week - from November 13th to 19th, 2009. Watch for a posting about this event and email Patrick to reserve your place as this event has sold out in previous years.

From the website of "Conspiracy Culture."

"With the recent surge in questionable actions from our world leaders, the general populace has taken more of an interest in conspiracy theories. Conspiracy Culture is the talk of the town: see industry quotes below.

Conspiracy Culture provides an off-line, physical space for people to satisfy their curiosity. The content is strictly non-fiction, researched theories on a wide array of controversial, conspiratorial and paranormal subject matter in the form of cutting-edge books, magazines and ground-breaking DVDs and DVD rentals. The space also holds a gallery of memorabilia, a reference library and several unique and fascinating products. wants to help free-thinking Canadians find the information they want from a credible and easily accessible source. Conspiracy Culture located on west Queen Street West hopes to spread awareness in the Toronto community: lectures, presentations, movie screenings and book signings are all part of the agenda."

For more information visit the Conspiracy Culture website:

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