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Paradigm shift: Apple watch could turn gold into an industrial metal

One of the biggest debates between valuations for gold and silver is that the white metal has both monetary and industrial uses while gold simply resides in the jewelry and financial spectrum.  However, this may soon be changing as reports coming out from analysts predict that not only could the new Apple Watch move gold into the realm of an industrial metal, but production numbers show that Apple may requi ...

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Global use of the Yuan as a trade currency continues to increase

Heading into March of 2015, the Chinese Renminbi (Yuan) continues to grow against the dollar in use as the second largest currency in global trade .  Measured in relation to documentary credit transactions or 'letters of credit', the currency is now being used in over 9% of all global transactions. Use of the Chinese Yuan as a major trade currency has increased tremendously over the past two years as dozens ...

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China responds to U.S. surveillance by putting Apple and Cisco on a ‘No buy list’

In a war against a fascist state, the best way to asymmetrically attack your opponent is through their wallets.  And since the U.S. government is now completely intertwined with banking and corporate hegemonies that not only write legislation (Obamacare), but provide guidance on such things as the Debt Ceiling, the Chinese are going for the bottom lines of companies to send a message on how they feel about ...

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Former member of Plunge Protection Team confirms government controls all markets

For years many economists and investors believed that the government played a much bigger role in controlling markets than the mainstream let on.  And when you look at how regulatory bodies such as the CFTC and SEC failed to halt illegal activity by banks and corporations in areas such as insider trading, naked short selling, and commodity manipulation, the evidence of this becomes much too strong to ignore ...

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New international study shows Pot use much safer than alcohol

In a new international study published in the journal, Scientific Reports, a group of researchers found that marijuana use as a recreational drug was much safer, by the magnitude of 114 times safer, than even the use of alcohol by individuals. The study took a comparative look at several drugs normally used in a recreational way by people, and their risk factors for potential mortality if lethal doses of th ...

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Jobs for Jihadi’s: Sec of State office wants to help Muslim beheader’s find work

When a government office hires individuals based on cronyism or extreme ideologies like Socialism and Marxism, the result is quite often putting idiots and the insane in positions of power.  And not unlike the Victoria Nuland scandal which saw her openly aid in the unlawful overthrow of the duly elected government of Ukraine back in late 2013, a new State Department spokesperson may have done something far ...

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Hillary Clinton used office of Secretary of State to enrich her and Bill’s coffers

Over the past two years since former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton quit her office under the shame of Benghazi and multiple other failed foreign policy ventures, the ex-First Lady and one time strong candidate to perhaps win the Presidency has been conspicuously absent from public life, outside of her failed book tour where she was often sequestered from the public by a mountain of walls.  But what has ...

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Meet the new Bush, same as the old Bush’s

As the potential Republican candidates prepare exploratory processes to look towards the 2016 Presidential election, one thing is now becoming abundantly clear.  Should Jeb Bush become the Republican candidate then it will be no different than when George W. Bush was President as the former Governor of Florida is cultivating relationships with the same neo-con war hawks that led his brother into the Iraq an ...

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Greece rejects latest bailout options declaring they won’t be a debt colony to EU

As time rushes towards the drop dead date of Feb. 28 for the Greek debt reconciliation, the Eurozone is quickly finding that negotiations with the new government are far more difficult than they were in accomplishing a Ukrainian ceasefire.  And with Prime Minister Tsipris stating that the absurd offers coming from the Troika are non-negotiable and non-starters, the rhetoric has even reached the point where ...

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U.S. Drops to 49th in World Press Freedom Rankings

Every year, the group Reporters Without Borders puts out a global ranking of nations that is based on the how well countries protect or infringe upon the freedom of the press. This year, the ranking for the United States was a dismal 49th. That‚Äôs pretty bad for a country that lauds itself as ‚Äúthe greatest nation in the world‚ÄĚ and the international champion of freedom. This happens to be the absolute lowest ...

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Greece 2.0: Ukraine agrees to ceasefire after getting bailout from IMF

Last night in Minsk, Belarus a ceasefire was declared between the occupied Kiev government and the pro-Russian separatists from the Eastern part of  Ukraine.  And as analysts like Jim Willie predicted several months ago, the bankrupt country gave in when the IMF willingly sweetened the pot and provided $17 billion of a $40 billion bailout package meant to keep the leadership that overthrew the previous Demo ...

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IRS forced to apologize for stealing money from innocent people and businesses

Like the War on Terror which has been used to spawn the Patriot Act and NDAA to gave carte blanche powers to un-elected officials and bureaucratic agencies, so too has the War on Drugs changed the way the government and police deal with the citizenry.  And now, shortly after the Department of Justice ended the practice of Civil Forfeiture without accusation of a crime, the IRS on Feb. 12 is publicly apologi ...

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