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EU drafts new law allowing for banks to suspend payments to creditors in the event of a crisis

When you see governments, regulators, or central banks institute new financial laws on very short notice then it should come as a warning sign to everyone that a financial or monetary crisis is very real, and very near. Last year the European Commission passed a law forcing every Eurozone nation to have to pass their own sovereign bail-in laws before December 31, and even threatened multiple countries who w ...

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In the aftermath of the Wells Fargo fraud the bank has lost 40-50% of new business in accounts and credit cards applications

Despite the fact that the now former CEO of Wells Fargo tried to tell Congress and the business media that what Wells Fargo did to its own customers by opening millions of accounts and credit cards without their knowledge was just a simple 'mistake', the revelations of their fraud are now being seen in new customer applications. In a report by Wells Fargo on Nov. 17 for the month of September, the nation's ...

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President Obama’s gambit in Asia has officially failed and opens the door for China to control trade agreements in the Far East

Despite the fact that President Obama was able to get 12 Asian and South American countries to initially sign onto the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) trade agreement last year, events leading up to and including the election of Donald Trump have now made confirmation of the TPP a dead issue. Back in late 2015, 12 nations which include: Australia, Brunei, Canada, Chile, Japan, Malaysia, Mexico, New Zealand, ...

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France validates that Socialism is just a step into Communism as govt. creates illegal nationwide database of everyone’s personal data

In nearly all so-called Communist governments in history, one of their most basic tenets was the labeling and documenting of every citizen.  In fact, people in Democratic countries used to laugh or scoff at the formal command of 'Papers please' in films and literature when these showed just how little freedom the people in these countries had once the government had their lives registered at every level. Bu ...

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War on terror: Will Trump’s administration use NDAA to go after George Soros for domestic terrorism?

Most Americans seem to know about Al Qaeda and ISIS, but very few might grasp the concept of domestic terrorism in the ideological 'War on Terror'.  And while the term terrorism can and is often used ambiguously by the media and by politicians, the core definition is fairly black and white. Terrorism: the use of violence and intimidation in the pursuit of political aims. Domestic terrorism is the use of vio ...

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Trump victory opening the door for Eurozone countries to reject their own ‘Establishment’

The election of Donald Trump as the 45th President of the United States has brought about economic, political, and geo-political shockwaves that appear to have been pent up around the world for perhaps the last eight years.  And at the heart of this is that the frequency shift rejection by the people of the establishment oligarchies in the U.S. is not just limited to the Clinton and Bush dynasties, or the n ...

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Market chaos since Trump victory was already set in stone before election

Several alternative economists and financial analysts rightly predicted that the central banks and establishment financiers were holding off a financial collapse until after the election as a way to try to ensure Hillary Clinton won the Presidency.  And judging from the market turmoil occurring over the past two days since Donald Trump shocked the world, the dyke holding back the chaos appears now to have b ...

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After India’s Modi bans certain denominations of cash, the people look for ways to get rid of all their paper currency

If there is one thing that is an absolute certainty in this world it is that you do not mess around with a person's money in the country of India.  This is because for thousands of years the people have trusted more in physical gold than they have in paper currency, and at the drop of a hat will shed all confidence in government printed money. So when India's Prime Minister Narendra Modi suddenly and withou ...

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Russia wants to end sanctions against EU, but European Commission rejects olive branch

On Nov. 8, Russia's Economic Minister spoke to business leaders in Rome about their desire to end the game of sanctions inflicted by both sides over the U.S. induced Ukrainian conflict.  However, Aleksey Ulyukaev asserted that it was not Moscow who was holding up talks to end the economic warfare between Europe and Russia, but the European Commission in Brussels. Beginning in early 2014, the U.S. chose to i ...

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Dallas pension fund Part III: City threatens to raise property taxes on citizens to cover shortfalls

Thanks to programs like Dodd-Frank and others which have allowed Wall Street and pension fund managers to mask the true value of their assets through a scheme known as 'mark to model', state, local, Federal, and many private retirement accounts have been able to skate by with being severely underfunded.  But for one municipality, a state court ruling made a few months ago summarily meant that the proverbial ...

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After Bitcoin use starts to become mainstream in Switzerland, officials rush to regulate the crypto-currency

Even more than its potential use in laundering money, or allowing for transactions outside the purview of finance ministries, the one thing government seem to fear more than anything when it comes to Bitcoin is it becoming a currency used widespread in retail transactions.  This is because Bitcoin leaves no paper trail for the establishment to follow, and thus severely bites into their power through their c ...

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Obama administration puts out final jobs numbers before election

Last week it was a shockingly high GDP print, and today the Obama administration issued October's job report in one last attempt to sway voters heading into the Nov. 8 election. As usual the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) printed a surface number for jobs that while below analyst expectations, appears to show improvement in the job market.  However when you go below the surface, the trend continues for ne ...

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