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S&P downgrades Russia while keeping U.S. the same despite their insolvency

The U.S. ratings agencies have been under fire since the 2008 credit crisis when they were accused of covering up the true rating of toxic bonds and other assets during the housing bubble and subsequent sub-prime crash.  But the one time they actually tried to implement a ratings downgrade on the great and mighty U.S. government they were slapped with a lawsuit by the Department of Justice for their temerit ...

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Coinbase expands bitcoin operations in the U.S.

Coinbase, which is a privately owned company dealing primarily in Bitcoin payments, has now opened a newly regulated exchange on Jan. 26 to facilitate the buying and selling of Bitcoin through a range of national currencies.  Similar to the now defunct Mt. Gox enterprise, Coinbase has a strong backing from Wall Street as venture capitalists have funded them with $75 million to get the exchange operational i ...

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10 Signs The Global Elite Are Losing Control

Karma is coming for the elite in a big way. As the Powers That Be head toward a devastating defeat in their war plans for Syria, signs are emerging that their rule over humanity is rapidly diminishing. Over the last decade the global elite have been on a mad dash to consolidate power over the world. It’s always been their plan like some evil villain in a comic book, but after 9/11 the plan went into overdri ...

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What Fishermen Caught This Octopus Doing Is Downright Insane

A fishing boat near the Alaskan Chiswell Islands got quite the surprise when they pulled an octopus on board. While the octopus was nowhere near Kraken-sized, it was still a very large creature. In the end, it had an even bigger surprise for the boat's crew members. (source YouTube) As freaky as that was to see, I'm a little bit jealous of the octopus. Can you imagine having that ability when cornered by an ...

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HARVARD PROF: GOVERNMENT MOSQUITO DRONES WILL EXTRACT YOUR DNA

"Privacy is dead," academic tells Davos elite  Harvard Professor Margo Seltzer warned that miniature mosquito drones will one day forcibly extract your DNA on behalf of the government and insurance companies as she told elitists at the World Economic Forum in Davos that privacy was dead. Seltzer, a professor in computer science at Harvard University, told attendees, “Privacy as we knew it in the past is no ...

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25 Mind-blowing Optical Illusions

Visionary Canadian artist Rob Gonsalves is famous for creating paintings where the people or the objects in them seamlessly disappear into one another, effectively playing tricks on the mind of the viewer. More than the beautiful imagery and technique that has clearly gone into each painting, the effect which is akin to an optical illusion gives the artist the unique opportunity to portray multiple, connect ...

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The future of the European Union is now in chaos after Greek elections

Jan. 25 is a new red-letter day for the European Union, and a day in which the future of the EU could be in peril.  For on this day the Greek people cast off their central bank yokes and elected a new political party that intends to either get new re-financing for their debts, and in the absence of this, are more than willing to default on those obligations and even go as far as leave the Euro and quite pos ...

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Another banker dies a mysterious death and becomes 4th fatality of 2015

The frequency of bankers dying mysterious deaths reached a peak in 2014 with at least 36 publicly known fatalities, and 2015 does not appear to be slowing down this trend.  On Jan. 23, Dutch financier Chris Van Eeghen of ABN Amro was found dead of an apparent 'suicide' despite the fact that he was one of the most cheerful and optimistic people ever known by both friends and family. Following the deaths of 3 ...

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COP SHOOTS MAN TO DEATH AT CHURCH WEDDING

OKLAHOMA - Oklahoma police released a video Friday from the body camera of a cop who fatally shot a suspect earlier this month. Muskogee Officer Chansey McMillin, responding to a domestic abuse complaint, approached 21-year-old Terrance Walker outside the Old Agency Baptist Church on Jan. 17, according to local media. This is the first shooting in the department since body cams were introduced to the force. ...

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Here Are 11 Easy Home Hacks That Anyone Can Use. They’re Guaranteed To Make Your Life Better

Many of us tend to underestimate the importance of keeping our apartment in tip-top shape. But it’s a mistake to discount the positive psychological effects of living in an aesthetic home, not to mention one you won’t be embarrassed to invite company to. And is there anything more upsetting in this world than to lose your security deposit because your place looks totally rundown? You must be thinking that f ...

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Expert On Fox News ADMITS ISIS VIDEO IS FAKE, Using GREEN SCREEN & TELEPROMPTER

The deadline imposed by ISIS for Japan to pay $200 million to free two captives passed, starting what the terrorist group called a countdown clock on Friday, even as questions swirled about the authenticity of the initial tape and whether the pair is even alive. A tweet from a Twitter account linked to ISIS said the hostages had been killed “because of Japan’s choices.” The tweet, on the same one that previ ...

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U.S. to protect their ‘investment’ by sending military to Kiev

While the West continues to double down on the farce that they had nothing to do with the overthrow of the duly elected Ukraine government last spring, the Pentagon is now planning on ensuring that Pro-Russian rebels fail in their attempts to remain separate from the Kiev government.  And in an interview with U.S. Lt. Gen Ben Hodges on Jan. 21 during his visit to Kiev, the commander in Europe stated that th ...

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