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Operation Gladio and the parallels to last week’s French terror attack

As more and more evidence points towards the horrific attack on a French magazine last week being a potential false flag event, a former Assistant Secretary of the U.S. Treasury, Dr. Paul Craig Roberts, put in his two cents on the incident.  And piecing together many similar and parallel components to prior terrorist events, the one constant that stands out is the U.S. program created after World War II kno ...

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The future of American youth: More prisons now than colleges and universities

There has been much discussion since the rise of police militarization on how the prison system has evolved into big business rather than criminal justice.  And as more and more jail and prison facilities become privatized and used for profit under virtual slave labor, a strange dichotomy has emerged in the land of opportunity. In 2015 there are now more prisons in American than colleges and universities. M ...

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Obama’s next boondoggle: Free college at the cost of $60 billion

President Barack Obama believes that people cannot do for themselves, and that he, as Master of the Universe, must do for them in all things.  Beginning with his schemes of investing in green energy companies that eventually went bankrupt, to nationalizing General Motors who today is building new plants in China, not the United States, and of course in Obamacare, which has caused companies to divest full ti ...

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George Soros calls for West to give $50 billion to Ukraine to escalate war with Russia

On Jan. 8, financial terrorist George Soros provided insight into the mind of a monetary hit man as he wrote a piece at the New York Review of Books calling for the West to fund the insolvent nation of Ukraine with $50 billion in a move that would both escalate and continue the ongoing proxy war between the U.S., Nato, and Russia. In his piece, Soros advocated not only giving Ukraine much needed financial s ...

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Former CBS whistleblower launches massive lawsuit against Feds for hacking

The United States empire is a cabal that believes in do as I say, not as I do.  Whether it is decying countries like China for human rights violations while at the same time standing up for its own use of torture on foreigners and its own citizens, and in a landmark case just brought before a judge that is showing the duplicity of the U.S. decrying other nations like North Korea for alleged hacking violatio ...

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Britain loves doing it for and to the children

In the wake of the multitude of child sex allegations that have reached the highest levels of government, and perhaps even the British royal family, another focus on the children has manifest from the Home Office in London where the UK government is now calling for caregivers to monitor and report suspicious behaviors that could signal a young boy or girl will grow up to be a terrorist. Yes... toddlers for ...

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Another country signs on board to join the Eurasian Economic Zone

As economic unrest continues to swell in places like France, Germany, and other states within the European Union, one coalition is attracting new participants since its creation back in October of last year.  And with the Eurasian Economic Union (EEU) fully online, and the new Silk Road stretching from Korea to London under construction, Armenia is now becoming the newest member to join the Eastern trade co ...

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National debt continues to soar well over $18 billion entering 2015

As we begin the new year of 2015 the national debt continues to soar despite a surface ending of Quantitative Easing by the Fed, and a mainstream belief of an economic recovery.  And as the last two years of Barack Obama's reign in the White House commences, the government's debt trend is well on its way to reaching $20 trillion before the next election cycle in 2016. As of the last day of 2014, total US de ...

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Russian Rouble is the battleground for two economic empires

For most of the year, China has relegated itself to being a neutral observer in the proxy war of sanctions being waged by the U.S. against Russia and the Russian currency.  But last week, after Congress passed a new war-mongering resolution and Europe decided to continue standing with Washington in the game of sanctions, China finally entered the conflict by unequivocally stating that they not only stand wi ...

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The IRS Can Empty Your Bank Account for No Reason

There are times when it becomes absolutely impossible to support the remarkably bad judgment often displayed by federal agencies under the control of the current administration‚ÄĒeven for those of us who are typically viewed as backers of many of this administration‚Äôs policies. The latest installment of frightfully unacceptable government behavior involves a law created in 2000‚ÄĒthe Civil Asset Forfeiture Refo ...

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Hollywood blames hackers for shutting down ‘The Interview’ to cover-up expected losses in theaters

When hundreds of millions or billions of dollars are at stake, morality and truth can quickly be thrown out the window.  And as recent revelations of an 'anonymous' hacker having broken into Sony Picture's databases and causing incalculable financial damages continues to control the front pages of nearly every publication, it is very easy to place the blame for any number of problems going on with the compa ...

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Think Russia has been hit hardest by lower oil prices? Think again!

One thing you can tell about Washington's stance in their proxy war against Russia is that they care little about any and all collateral damage they might inflict upon themselves or their allied nations.  In face, economic sanctions directed at Putin and the Eurasian power have overall caused greater harm to Germany, France, and other members of the European Union while the ramifications of their 'secret de ...

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