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Illuminati Assassins

Illuminati mass mind control is predicated on a numbing steady delivery of 6th-grade level non-news to the masses, combined with the occasional 911/Kennedy Assassination fear-inducing shock, designed to cement obedience and allegiance to their resource monopoly.  The elite must constantly manufacture fake bad guys to divert criticism from their hegemonic global banking cartel.  Not coincidentally, the bad g ...

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ROTHSCHILD PAWN BURNED: BRITISH EXXONMOBIL OIL CHIEF ‘ASSASSINATED’ IN BRUSSELS STREET

Belgian police have imposed a news blackout after Nicholas Mockford, 60, was shot as he left an Italian restaurant in Neder-over-Heembeek, a suburb of the capital. The executive was shot three times, once as he lay on the ground, after leaving the Da Marcello restaurant in Rue de Beyseghem at around 10pm on Oct 14. His wife, Mary, was left beaten and covered in blood. Mr Mockford died on the way to hospital ...

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Italian Court Sends Disgraced, Former Prime Minister, Berlusconi to Prison

In November, Silvio Berlusconi bowed out as prime minister after he failed to please the banksters and put together an austerity program for the Italian people. Mario Monte – former EU commissioner and bankster, top-notch Trilateralist, and Bilderberger – stepped up to take his place as the head of a new “national unity” government. He wasted little time after Berlusconi was out of the way and announced a 3 ...

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Are the big banks winning? – The Great Debate

The Dodd-Frank Act to re-regulate the big banks was intentionally tough. It was passed in the wake of the 2008-2009 financial crash to end cowboy banking; require far more capital  and much less leverage, and rein in the trading-desk geniuses who pumped up serial bubbles. Since Congress is a poor forum for crafting such a complex statute, the details were left to the expert regulatory agencies. The big bank ...

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Capital One Accused of Tricking Credit Card Holders into Losing Payment Grace Period

Accepting a Capitol One Bank offer to transfer debt from another credit card lender comes with hidden, and costly, consequences, according to a lawsuit filed against the company. Plaintiffs in a class action case claim Capital One tricks customers who accept a “0% balance transfer” deal. The offer seems enticing because the company says consumers will enjoy no interest for six to 12 months on the debt they ...

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Is The World Abandoning The U.S. Economy?

Go to any university, any center of equities trade, any meeting place for financial academia, any fiscal think tank, and they will tell you without the slightest hint of doubt in their eyes that the U.S. economy is essential to the survival of the world. To even broach the possibility that the U.S. could be dropped or replaced as the central pillar of trade on the planet is greeted with sneers and even ange ...

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False Prosperity Through Debt – 4 out of 10 Americans Have Less than $500. The Dangers of Building a Consumption Based Nation.

If most Americans had to choose between saving and spending, they would decide to join the spending team.  Americans are so drawn to spending that they will even purchase items they cannot afford.  Another recent survey found that 40 percent of Americans have less than $500 saved.  This aligns with a survey we found last year stating one out of every three Americanshas nearly no savings.  How is it possible ...

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Central Banks Game Plan: One World Currency

Only those in total denial would claim that the world economies could grow their way out of the debt bubble. Mathematically, the rules of compound interest always destroy the purchasing value of fiat currencies. The era of zero interest rates will end. When the cost to finance debts reverts to normal levels, the bleeding will become a gusher. The world reserve currency status of Federal Reserve Notes will c ...

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How Long Can US Control World With Dollar?

On 8 November 2010, the German finance minister Wolfgang Schäuble told the Wall Street Journal: "The USA lived off credit for too long, inflated its financial sector massively and neglected its industrial base." US gross government debt currently totals around $16trillion (£10trn). The US government holds around 40 per cent of the debt through the Federal Reserve and government funds. Individuals, corporati ...

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Federal Prosecutors Sue Bank of America Over Mortgage Program

  Federal prosecutors in New York sued Bank of America on Wednesday, accusing it of carrying out a mortgage scheme that defrauded the government during the depths of the financial crisis. In a civil complaint that seeks to collect $1 billion from the bank, the Justice Department took aim at a home loan program known as the “hustle,” a venture that has become emblematic of the risk-fueled mortgage bubbl ...

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Ben Bernanke wants to resign

US Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke will most likely step down from his position in January 2014, even if President Barack Obama stays for a second term, according to friends of the chairman. Bernake’s future uncertainty has caused the president to start thinking of replacements, should he be reelected, the New York Times reported. At the top of Obama’s list is Lawrence Summers, who served as Treasury ...

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NYPD block off whole JPMorgan building to arrest three teens

  JPMorgan headquarters in New York (Wikimedia) The entire 60 floors of JPMorgan Chase’s downtown New York office building were temporarily blocked off Wednesday so that three high-schoolers could be arrested, according to a news release from anti-corruption activists. The students were staging a sit-in protest at the bank headquarters, “demanding full disclosure of the bank’s anonymous political expen ...

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