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Stock trading halted at the NYSE on same day China suspends trades for larger shareholders

Former President Franlin Delano Roosevelt once said, In politics nothing happens by accident. If it happens, you can bet it was planned that way.  So when the New York Stock Exchange halts trading on July 8 for what they call a 'gltch', but trading in certain areas like the Bond market continue without delay, one has to wonder if the suspension was fixed, or truly an 'act of nature'. Yet what makes this mar ...

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The Greek fallacy: Global system needs to cut everyone’s debt, not just Greece’s

Projection.  It is one of the most common forms of ignoring one's own issues and problems by making public these same things in someone else.  And for months now the European Union has been projecting Greek debt as the singular monetary problem to the world, when in fact almost every one of the European economies are in the same state of affairs, and under the bondage of massive debt obligations. At the poi ...

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World Banker Says “Second Species” Controls Earth

VIA| “The group that’s behind the network of control, one of these groups are hominids, they’re not human beings. They are very smart, they are not creative, they are mathematical. They had a much stronger force in the earlier ice-age. They have elongated skulls, they may produce offspring in mating with female humans, but that offspring is not fertile. We live in a world of secret societies, and secrets, a ...

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With Greek default, ECB may invoke ‘Cyprus option’ and induce bank bail-in on depositors

As the final day arrives for Greece to either pay, or default on their IMF obligations, the European Central Bank (ECB) is threatening a two-fold scenario that proves once again that the technocracy that is the European Union is interested only in protecting banks at the expense of the people.  And besides the given option of shutting off liquidity through their Emergency Liquidity Assistance (ELA) to Greek ...

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Market Paradox: Record gold purchases in Europe over weekend see prices climb by only .2%

If there was any debate on whether gold prices are being manipulated, all one has to do is look at Europe over the past 24 hours and you will be completely convinced.  Purchases of gold bullion in Britain, and from dealers all around the world by Greek, German, and other people's residing within the Eurozone, was more than double the historic average in the past few days.  Yet as of the market opens on June ...

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What a novel concept… British legislators call for cancelling Greek debt by confiscating money from banks

As Greece races towards tomorrow's deadline, several legislators within the British government are offering an entirely different solution to the problem.  On June 29, 25 MP's from outside the leading conservative party have suggested that the Eurozone cancel the $380 billion Greece owes the IMF and Troika, and instead have the creditors seize the money from the institutions who actually profited from the G ...

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As Greece is driven into a corner, Tsipris may call for referendum on final EU agreement

With talks during the last real week of negotiations between Greece and the Troika ending in a stalemate, Prime Minister Alexis Tsipris has found himself at a crossroads with no real political or economic solution available outside of default, or full austerity.  And in a response to the EU's demand for a final acceptance or rejection of the ECB's reform requirements that are due by Monday the 29th, the lea ...

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JFK Jr. Told The World Who Murdered His Father … But Nobody Was Paying Attention

I suppose most people think that from the day he saluted his father’s casket at just three years old, til the evening his plane went down, he just went about his business, playing the game of life like everyone else. After all, he did live, for the most part, a relatively ordinary life, in spite of being the Prince of America’s Camelot. So, what do you suppose was going on in the mind of the sexiest man ali ...

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BREAKING: David De ROTHSCHILD ARRESTED in France Over Fraud Case

VIA| FRENCH police have been ordered to track down one of Europe’s wealthiest aristocrats over a fraud involving hundreds of British pensioners. Baron David de Rothschild has been indicted over the allegations after the victims, mostly expats living in Spain, bought into his loan scheme. The banking magnate will now be questioned in his native France, five years after a Marbella-based law firm began legal a ...

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Was yesterday’s capitulation to the EU a stalling effort by Tsipris?

In the span of just a week, the leader of Greece and the ruling Syriza party made two very opposite and polar decisions that has the world wondering what the real game being played in Greece is all about.  On Friday, Prime Minister Alexis Tsipris went to Russia and signed a pipeline agreement with President Putin at the St. Petersburg Economic Forum, signalling that the Southern European country was putting ...

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Monday is reckoning day for Greece and the Eurozone

As we head into tomorrow, a day of reckoning may be upon the world's financial system as both Greece and the Troika reach a deadline for coming up with a solution to the Greek debt problem.  And at stake could be much more than just the fate of the Greek people, with a triggering of a derivative death spiral that could make 2008 look like a small drop in the bucket. Bill Holter: Greek Default to Trigger 48- ...

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Iceland Recovering Fastest in Europe After JAILING BANKERS Instead of Bailing them Out

(ANTIMEDIA) After Iceland suffered a heavy hit in the 2008-2009 financial crisis, which famously resulted in convictions and jail terms for a number of top banking executives, the IMF now says the country has managed to achieve economic recovery—“without compromising its welfare model,”which includes universal healthcare and education. In fact, Iceland is on track to become the first European country that s ...

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