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Keynsian shill blames the American people not spending as the reason behind slow economy

Forget the fact that inflation, higher costs for education, Obamacare taxes and premiums, and record rents are the primary reasons why Americans have shuttered their spending over the past eight years, and instead trust in journalistic propaganda that villifies consumers as the ones at fault for the slow economy.  Because this is the assessment of a so-called economic journalist for the Washington Post, who ...

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Public can now search offshore companies involved in Panama Papers data hack

Many times when whistleblower organizations release information from hacked or third party provided sources, the data is dumped in a non-linear method which makes it harder for the common person to sift through the meta-data to find important points which can be of some use.  However, after weeks of criticism by the likes of Wikileaks and other alternative outlets which pointed out that the ICIJ 'cherry pic ...

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Member of the Obama administration publicly admits TTIP meant to protect bank fraud

Last year, Wikileaks published a section of the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) agreement which outlined how the super secret trade deal was written to give sovereign power to corporate entities.  Now on May 7, a member of the Obama administration, the Italian Ambassador John Philips, let slip that the European version of TPP (The Trans-Atlantic Trade and Investments Partnership - TTIP) needs to be signed q ...

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The Illusion of Money and the Economic System Construct

By Julian Websdale Guest Writer for Wake Up World The name ‚ÄėRothschild‚Äô first appeared in the 18th century when Mayer Amschel Bauer established his banking empire in Frankfurt, Germany, and changed the family name. The Bauers were a notorious satanic family in Middle Ages Germany and the major Rothschilds remain master black magicians to this day. Mayer Amschel‚Äôs father, Moses Amschel Bauer, was a moneylend ...

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April jobs miss estimates by 40,000, with nearly all going all new jobs going to elderly

As today's polar opposite Wall Street paradigm extorts, bad news is good news for banks, corporations, and investors.  And with today's massive drop in new jobs for the month of April in relation to analyst expectations, the 'good news' is that chances of a Fed rate hike in June have now dropped to almost zero. But for the rest of the American people, bad news is always bad news, and underlying the 140,000 ...

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Obama administration using blackmail and extortion to try to get Europe to sign TTIP

Secrecy aside, the Obama administration is now resorting to blackmail and extortion to try to force European nations into signing the 'free trade' agreement known as the Trans-Atlantic Trade and Investment Partnership. In a new report out on May 1, Greenpeace leaked out information to the¬†German newspaper S√ľddeutsche Zeitung on how the White House is threatening to block European car imports if they don't c ...

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Bitcoin creator finally revealed, and he is an Australian businessman

Ever since 2009 when Bitcoin came onto the scene, many have speculated as to who was the brains behind the persona known as Satoshi Nakamoto.  And on May 2, we finally have that answer as after years of hiding in the shadows, an Australian businessman named Craig Wright publicly announced that he was indeed the creator of the world's biggest crypto-currency. The idea behind Bitcoin was to create a de-centra ...

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Zimbabwe becomes newest economy to demand an end to sanctions against Russia

Earlier this week, a majority of France's parliament voted to end their nation's policy of Russian sanctions in light of a continuing deterioration in their economic output.  And on April 30 another economy, this one from Africa, joined its voice in calling for an end of trade restrictions against Russia that were forged out of Washington's desire for a resurgence of a cold war against Moscow. The condemnat ...

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Despite numerous false flag terror attacks to keep France in line, French MP’s vote to remove sanctions against Russia

For several years now, France has been slowly moving away from U.S. hegemony and into better relations with Vladimir Putin and Russia.  And in response to this, the EU nation has experienced numerous assassinations and false flag terror attacks that mirror those done under Operation Gladio from the Cold War days. Yet even with all of this, on April 28 members of France's parliament voted to lift their parti ...

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Eurozone country offers to bribe refugees with cash if they will leave and go home

European leadership has become extremely limp-wristed when it comes to protecting their own sovereignty over the past 10 years, and no greater example could be in how they are dealing with millions of Syrian, African, and East European refugees who have flooded in through Turkey over the past 12 months. In fact, besides allowing their citizenry to be terrorized by rapists, murderers, and Islamic Jihadists, ...

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As cyber-thieves used SWIFT to steal $80 million from the Fed, how safe are your accounts from hackers?

The American people have been subconsciously programmed to trust both their government, and their banking systems as institutions dedicated to protecting their money and livelihoods.  However, just as we are seeing today in the race for the Presidency, and in a cyber-hack of the Federal Reserve by foreigners, security only exists to protect the establishment, and actions are only taken when their power is t ...

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President Obama trying to ‘twist the arm’ of Britain to not leave the Eurozone

In 2015, Barack Obama made it perfectly clear how his administration felt about any country or leader that didn't do what he wants them to do.  In fact, in an interview from February of last year, Obama stated that sometimes we must "'twist the arms' of countries that wouldn't do what we need them to do", and this in a nutshell is how the United States functions as a rogue aggressor on the geo-political sta ...

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