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Greece 2.0: Ukraine agrees to ceasefire after getting bailout from IMF

Last night in Minsk, Belarus a ceasefire was declared between the occupied Kiev government and the pro-Russian separatists from the Eastern part of  Ukraine.  And as analysts like Jim Willie predicted several months ago, the bankrupt country gave in when the IMF willingly sweetened the pot and provided $17 billion of a $40 billion bailout package meant to keep the leadership that overthrew the previous Demo ...

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IRS forced to apologize for stealing money from innocent people and businesses

Like the War on Terror which has been used to spawn the Patriot Act and NDAA to gave carte blanche powers to un-elected officials and bureaucratic agencies, so too has the War on Drugs changed the way the government and police deal with the citizenry.  And now, shortly after the Department of Justice ended the practice of Civil Forfeiture without accusation of a crime, the IRS on Feb. 12 is publicly apologi ...

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GUESS WHAT HAPPENED THE LAST TIME THE U.S. DOLLAR SKYROCKETED IN VALUE LIKE THIS?…

Over the past decade, there has been only one other time when the value of the U.S. dollar has increased by so much in such a short period of time Over the past decade, there has been only one other time when the value of the U.S. dollar has increased by so much in such a short period of time. That was in mid-2008 ‚Äď just before the greatest financial crash since the Great Depression. A surging U.S. dollar a ...

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Lawsuit to move forward in Canada to get rid of their privately owned central bank

Back in 2011, The Committee for Monetary and Economic Reform filed a lawsuit in Canada's Federal court to call for the reinstatement of a government run central bank, and its removal from the hands of a private corporation.  And after four years of appeals and filings by the opposition, a judge ruled on Jan. 26 to allow the lawsuit to go forward and begin proceedings to bring Constitutional requirements bac ...

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JP Morgan banker and wife found dead of mysterious circumstances in New Jersey

On Feb. 6, police found JP Morgan Chase Associate Michael Tabacchi and his wife dead of an apparent 'murder-suicide' as both were killed from stab wounds in the neck or chest.  What makes this killing very circumspect is that according to psychologists, stabbing oneself to death is an extremely difficult thing as the body's reaction is to stop or halt the stabbing action which in itself requires a massive a ...

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Former Fed Chair Alan Greenspan believes Greece has no choice but to leave EU

On Feb. 8, former Chairman of the Federal Reserve Alan Greenspan announced in an interview that it is not worth the consequences for the Troika to fund or bailout Greece's financial crisis and that it is inevitable that the Southern European country will have to leave the Eurozone and go out on its own. Citing analysis from both sides of the debate, Greenspan alluded to the belief that both sides would bene ...

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Chinese rating agency predicts coming economic crisis worse than 2008

Few people realize that the Western financial banking system was just days away from complete and utter collapse back in 2008, but six years later, even fewer people understand that what was done during the bailouts and subsequent Quantitative Easing has made the coming day of reckoning much much worse. And in light of these events one institution from the Far East appears to be willing to call a spade a sp ...

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Son in law of Bill Clinton loses hundreds of millions betting on toxic assets

As the financial world turns its head away from Russia for awhile to look once again at the revolving debt door that is Greece, one interesting fund manager has now made the same mistakes as the former CEO of MF Global John Corzine did a few years back by betting on Greek toxic debt and paying the price for the risk folly.  On Feb. 3 it was announced that Marc Mezvinsky, the husband of Chelsea Clinton and s ...

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Davos 2015 agenda item: Where can the elite go to hide from coming collapse

For years members of the Patriot movement and those who were intelligent enough to see the coming economic and social collapse have been ridiculed mercilessly by the media and even President Barack Obama (guns and bibles) for dedicating time, money, and energy towards building an offsite place of security, or as those in the know would call it, a bug-out location.  Additionally, the rise of the expatriate m ...

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U.S. dollar will not survive 2015 according to well known financial analyst

In the most recent publication of Dr. Jim Willie's Hat Trick Newsletter, the well known and accomplished statistician and financial analyst provided one of his most explosive forecasts yet, and it has to do with the solvency of the dollar and petro-dollar system. Looking at four key factors that have evolved over the past few years, the potential for Dr. Willie's prediction is quite high, especially as this ...

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Russian central banker commits murder-suicide in Blagoveshchensk

For well over a year we have documented how Western bankers have died in droves either through suicide or by other mysterious causes.  But on Jan. 27 in the Russian city of Blagoveshchensk, a central banker took matters into his own hands and went on a killing spree of his own before turning the gun on himself. The Deputy head of the Russian central bank, Vladimir Levkin, went on a rampage of unknown reason ...

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BRICS nations to work on creating new ratings agency outside U.S. control

Ratings agencies like S&P and Moody's have great power to determine the value and risk of nearly all securitized assets in the global financial sector, and their role in the 2008 credit crisis and sub-prime collapse is well documented.  But recently, their application has gone far beyond the scope of simply scrutinizing and rating financial instruments and it appears now that pressures from the U.S. gov ...

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