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Debt-Money Is THE Fiscal Cliff

  "There are two ways to conquer and enslave a nation. One is by the sword. The other is by debt." John Adams, 1816 A nation, and a world, that must pay interest to a private cartel to create its own money is not only under some monetary voodoo but is destined for bankruptcy and worse. Interest upon interest until the burden means inevitable and ruinous austerity, bankruptcy, ruin of democracy, and rev ...

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Feds Say Oakland Can’t Stop Medical Pot Seizure

  The Feds are at it again. Their relentless attempt to shut down the largest medical marijuana shop in the world, Harborside Health Center, continues. After losing a recent court judgement that said they couldn't evict Harborside under federal forfeiture, the Feds are now making the argument that the state and city cannot stand in their way of seizing the dispensary. 
 Back in July, the federal govern ...

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COLLAPSE: U.S. Rakes Up Nearly $300 Billion Deficit In First Two Months Of Fiscal 2013

To paraphrase Tim Geinter: "Risk of the Fed ever ending its monetization? No risk of that." Why? Because as the FMS just reported, the February budget deficit was $172 billion, up $52 billion from a month ago, and $35 billion from a year ago. In brief: in the first two months of Fiscal 2013, the US accumulated a $292 billion budget deficit (compared to $236 billion a year ago), a number which is simply scar ...

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DEATH OF FREE SPEECH: Number of Imprisoned Journalists Sets Global Record

Throughout the world activists and journalists are targeted by authoritarian regimes who fear that the public will find out the truth about the violence that they put into motion.  Just recently the number of imprisoned journalists worldwide reached its highest point since CPJ began conducting surveys in 1990. According to the report governments use charges of terrorism, other anti-state offenses to silence ...

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PUMP DELUXE: Federal Reserve to spend $45B month to buy bonds

WASHINGTON — The Federal Reserve sent its clearest signal to date Wednesday that it will keep interest rates super-low to support the U.S. economy even after the job market has improved significantly. The Fed said it plans to keep its key short-term rate near zero until the unemployment rate reaches 6.5 percent or less — as long as expected inflation remains tame. Unemployment is now 7.7 percent. That plan ...

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Fed to Hold Rates Down Until Jobless Rate Is Below 6.5%

WASHINGTON — The Federal Reserve said Wednesday it planned to hold short-term interest rates near zero so long as the unemployment rate remains above 6.5 percent, reinforcing its commitment to improve labor market conditions. Enlarge This Image Alex Wong/Getty Images The Fed, led by Ben S. Bernanke, is continuing a policy shift that began in September, when the central bank first made clear that it was focu ...

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Fed’s New Money Printing Scheme Will Ensure Long-term Unemployment

Citing fictitious unemployment numbers, Federal Reserve boss Ben Bernanke announced today that the Fed will spend $45 billion a month to “sustain an aggressive drive” to force long-term interest rates to zero and keep them there “until unemployment drops below 6.5 percent.” The Fed said it will direct the money into long-term Treasurys to replace an expiring bond-purchase program known as Operation Twist an ...

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Social Security Building Bombed

Alleged terrorist helped US in uprising against Saddam Hussein Apart from local media outlets in Phoenix, the mainstream press has virtually ignored what would normally be considered a major story in light of constant fearmongering about terror threats – the bombing of a Social Security Administration building in Casa Grande just two weeks ago. Imagine if a conservative Tea Party member had bombed a federal ...

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PLANNED COLLAPSE: 75% of President’s Proposed Tax Hikes to Go Toward New Spending

Seventy-five percent of the new revenue pulled in by President Barack Obama's "fiscal cliff" plan would go toward new spending, not toward deficit reduction, the Republican side of the Senate Budget Committee contends. Here's a chart, detailing how money from the new tax hikes would be distributed:   According to the minority side of the Senate Budget Committee, $1.2 trillion of the proposed $1.6 trill ...

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Vatican Calls for World Government and a New World Order

  The leader of the Catholic Church, Pope Benedict XVI, has called for the establishment of World Government and a New World Order. In a speech made at the Pontifical Council for Justice and Peace on Monday December 3 2012, the Pope called for the “construction of a world community, with a corresponding authority,” to serve the “common good of the human family”. As a means of defending global peace and ...

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Bitcoin to Operate as a “Bank” of Sorts in France While Helping Iranians Avoid US Sanctions

For those of you who are unfamiliar with Bitcoin, it is a totally new form of decentralized, private, tax-free currency that is traded on the internet, and in the past few weeks there has been a lot of exciting news in the Bitcoin community. Like many i was skeptical of Bitcoin at first because traditionally our culture is so accustomed to physical currency, even if it isn’t worth anything like our current ...

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The Federal Reserve System, a Christmas Gift that Keeps on Taking

Ninety nine years ago this month, the law that brought the Federal Reserve System into existence was passed. It did so at the behest of some very wealthy and very greedy men who wanted nothing less than total control of as much of the world's total wealth that they could possibly get their hands on. These men with names like Aldrich, Rockefeller, Rothschild, Vanderlip, Kuhn, Loeb, Warburg, Morgan, Schiff, e ...

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