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Since 2010 the U.S. has been in hyperinflation

In layman's terms, the definition of hyper-inflation occurs when you expand a monetary supply to the point where it crosses over from an arithmetic rate of growth to an exponential one in relation to a nation's GDP.  This eventually is followed by price hyper-inflation, which eventually leads to destruction in confidence and a death event for a particular currency. Over the past five years the U.S. central ...

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Russia becomes 4th country to open its bond market to Chinese Yuan

In just the past 30 days we have seen three major economies open up their bond markets to allow the sale of Chinese Yuan denominated debt instruments.  And on Nov. 6 we can now add a 4th country to this list as Russia announced their will begin selling RMB denominated bonds in their own markets beginning in 2016. Russia already has several trade agreements with China that allow for direct bi-lateral trade i ...

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10 Dark Secrets From The Wealthiest Family In World History

We live in a time where the world’s most recognizable people are celebrities: thanks to the media these are the people plastered on every television, movie, and magazine cover. Being a banker is difficult due the public’s overwhelming negative attitude towards banking, but even more so with celebrities who are constantly being exposed to the public. Before the media got into full swing with celebrity exposu ...

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Nomi Prins was right… the Fed has no idea what it is doing

On Nov. 4, Federal Reserve Chairman Janet Yellen spoke before Congress on financial issues such as the state of the economy, interest rates, and monetary policy.  And during her hearing on the floor of the House, Yellen offered up a counter opinion to what was stated last month during the Fed's most recent FOMC meeting where the central bank hinted strongly at raising rates as early as December, and instead ...

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Millennials trust more in gold than in stocks in new survey

Every quarter, CNBC does a special report that they call the All-American Economic Survey.  And in their newest one on Nov. 3, investing trends for millennials showed an immense opposition to stocks and more trust in both real estate and gold. Part of this appears to be the fact that many millennials have grown up in the decades of the dot com bust and the 2008 credit crisis which saw their parents and gran ...

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Politicians in Austria seek to throw out member who called out Zionist Banking cabal

Rarely do you see mainstream politicians willingly call out the cabal that secretly holds sway over the global financial system, but one woman legislator in Austria is attempting to do just that.  On Nov. 2, Susanne Winter went to social media to affirm what someone had posted regarding the Zionist bankers being the root problem behind the chaos brewing in the global financial system.  And for this, a right ...

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Economic Recovery? American veterans relegated to selling off their pensions to pay debts

The world is now a construct of debt in nearly every facet of the global financial system.  Governments cannot stay within their budgets and must borrow more just to stay solvent even as their people's are relegated to austerity and capital controls.  Corporations borrow money to buy back their own stock when they cannot make a profit from selling goods or services, and banks of course need zero percent int ...

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12 Days Before ’08 Crash, Congress Was Secretly Told To Sell Off Their Stocks

By John Vibes Earlier this month, it was reported that less than two weeks before the economic collapse of 2008, several members of Congress took their money out of the stock market. Many high-ranking government employees were given a heads-up about the impending market crash in secret meetings with the Federal Reserve and the Treasury Department. Then they used that information to engage in insider trading ...

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Shadow Government Makes Chilling Announcement of Soon-Coming Global Death! A Message Far Too Bold and Sinister To Be Coincidence! (Photos/Videos)

In January of this year, a magazine cover stunned the internet with its cryptic array of chilling images that were far too obvious to be coincidence. Now, that very magazine cover seen on the Economist January 2015 issue has resurfaced with new and startling information discussed in-depth in the feature video included in this post. I know you have probably seen a gazillion posts about this same topic circul ...

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The next reform Iceland is making is to give bank profits and proceeds to the people

First it was jailing the bankers who helped create the financial collapse in Iceland, and now their Ministry of Finance is planning on giving the people profits and proceeds from the banks in a new reform policy that could revolutionize the banking system. Iceland has been the premier model for how the U.S. and Eurozone should have dealt with the banks and individuals who nearly brought down the global fina ...

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Putin calls for ending dollar use in oil sales and expanding it into all international payments

On Oct. 28, Russian President Vladimir Putin spoke at the Fuel and Energy Presidential Commission and re-emphasized his stance on the petro-dollar system, and the need to ensure its end for oil and other energy purchases.  This continuing admonition of dollar hegemony comes as Putin's administration has already submitted a bill to the Duma calling for an end of dollar based energy sales within CIS nations, ...

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HOUSE GOP BEGINS IMPEACHMENT AGAINST IRS CHIEF

House Oversight Committee Chairman Jason Chaffetz began the impeachment process against IRS Commissioner John Koskinen Tuesday, accusing him of misleading the public and destroying documents that were being sought under a congressional subpoena. It’s the latest move in the battle over tea party targeting at the tax agency, and comes less than a week after the Justice Department issued a report finding no cr ...

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