Cuban Monopoly: Communist Rules, Capitalist Goals

You’ll find a game of dominoes on almost every street corner. It’s mostly just a chance to hang out with friends. The kids are far more serious, and so is the game they play. A military coup is always just around the corner and petrol is the most valuable commodity. Continue Reading

People Don’t Really Want To Be Entrepreneurs | NYC Vlog

(C Money) What are you doing in New York? (Ryan) I have no idea what I’m doing in New York (C Money) How many times have you been before? – I’ve been half a dozen times. There’s something about the city that is both rejuvenating and energizing at the same Continue Reading


Hello, everyone, welcome to Weekendr Girl channel. It’s another weekend, it’s freezingly cold, only plus 8 degrees Celsius in June, so if you ever had any disagreements with British weather, welcome to Russia, but, to be precise, welcome to Novgorod. We’re exploring a bit of Russia’s European north, so if Continue Reading

5 Most Amazing Religious Structures In The World

5 Most Amazing Religious Structures In The World Do you know that most religions claim to adhere to principles of poverty? We totally understand that shocked look on your face, after all, some of the most magnificent structures in the history of world architecture are religious houses! Since we have Continue Reading

Welcome to Nomad Capitalist!

Welcome to Nomad Capitalist, my name is Andrew Henderson, and over the last ten years I visited nearly 100 countries, in search of The three things that define what I call the Nomad Capitalist lifestyle. I was going out, I left the United States, and I wanted to find where Continue Reading

Colombia’s Hidden Killers: Part 1/2 (Documentary)

KRISHNA ANDAVOLU: When you think of land mines, countries like Afghanistan, Sudan, Iraq, and other conflict areas around the world might come to mind. But Colombia is one of the most affected countries in the world, too. Because for the last 50 years, there’s been a roiling conflict between leftist Continue Reading

Africa’s Cowboy Capitalists (Part 1/3)

[MUSIC PLAYING] IAN COX: As Americans, we put a lot of stake in how we’re all about the frontier and we have the frontier spirit. All of that kind of stuff is kind of in the history books now. But I think there is a group of individuals in America, Continue Reading

Anthropology of the Dutch: socialism in the Netherlands

Among all the nations and people I visited… I never met a stranger breed than the Dutch. Not just one people, but a tombola of cultures, clubs and groups. With strange tribes and exotic communities. Like the classical ethnologists before me, I will visit them… measure them… dissect and scrutinize Continue Reading

The Power of Religion | Mexico Discoveries | World Nomads

Every year we come and we thank the Virgin for giving us another year of life and for the promises that we make to her. and for the promises that we make to her. And for me, it’s an honor and a joy to be here with her. Happy, more Continue Reading

Islam, democracy and capitalism – In Turkey

The Middle East is in turmoil, Europe closes its shutters… …and the country in between looks both ways.. We think we know this country well, but it’s changing rapidly. in Turkey the land of God and Gucci Don’t accelerate too much. Now slowly turn the wheel. Good job. Keep going. Continue Reading