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Could a Donald Trump presidency finally signal the end of the Cold War and U.S. empire aggression?

When the wall fell in Germany nearly three decades ago, and the Soviet Union crumbled shortly after, the world breathed a sigh of relief as the biggest Damocles Sword of nuclear war over humanity dissipated.  But unfortunately, this did not signal the end of the Cold War for the United States, and over the next 30 years the sole superpower would use their military industrial complex and foreign policies to ...

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Miami court rules in favor of Bitcoin seller in criminal case because judge rejected the crypto-currency as being money

On July 26, a Miami, Fl court ruled in favor of a defendant who was charged with money laundering and 'illegally' selling Bitcoin. Prosecutors in Dade County had attempted to charge Michell Espinoza with money laundering for selling his Bitcoin currency to another party, alleging that to do so outside the financial and regulatory system was in violation of Federal statues.  However, the judge ruled against ...

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Brexit event opening the door for the UK to begin making new trade agreements with China

In the aftermath of the UK's Brexit vote, it has opened the door for the soon to be former EU nation to begin conducting its own trade agreements without having to deal with the bureaucratic demands of an un-elected body out of Brussels.  And in light of the deteriorating economic conditions proliferating all across Europe, Britain may be looking Eastward rather than to the West to forge new trade opportuni ...

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EU officials speculate that Ireland may be next to exit the union

Eight years ago, five primary European Union countries made up the bulk of the financially challenged continent.  Beginning with Ireland and ending with Spain, these PIIGS nations as they would be labeled helped start the European banking crisis, and today continue to wallow in unemployment, recession, and austerity. But with the gates being blown open last month with the UK's Brexit vote, many economists h ...

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Financial illiteracy: Obama suggests that millennials burdened by student loan debt is good for the economy

There is a sad fact that will go down in the legacy of one Barack Hussein Obama, and that is that he was a President who loved debt, and had no compunction in using it to bring the nation to the point of insolvency.  And on July 19, he even doubled down on this by issuing a report where his administration concluded that the student loan debt burden on a generation of Americans is actually good for the econo ...

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China offers globalist agenda at G20 when they suggest an international tax system

For all their efforts in the past decade to support direct bi-lateral trade and political autonomy between trading partners, on July 23 China's finance minister put on a globalist hat and proposed to G20 ministers the need for a systematic international tax system to be used by all nations. An international or 'global tax' has been the desire of Western elites for many years, and the groundwork for one was ...

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Hillary Clinton’s top choice for a running mate will be a friend to the banks

It is perhaps the epitome of ironic that the Republican candidate for President in 2016 is considered to be the anti-big bank choice while more and more it is appearing that the Democratic nominees are completely in the financial industry's corner. Over the past four days Donald Trump spoke often about re-instituting the safeguards that once limited banks from their casino speculation, and even hinted at th ...

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Selected not Elected — Rothschild’s Hold $100,000 a Plate Dinner Fundraiser for Guess Who

By: Jay Syrmopoulos via thefrethoughtproject.com Washington, D.C. – Providing even more proof that she is simply a puppet for the ruling oligarchy, on Thursday, Hillary Clinton attended a $100,000-a-head fundraiser hosted by none other than Lynn Forester de Rothschild, a prominent New York businesswoman, and supporter of Mrs. Clinton. The Rothschild banking dynasty is a family line that has been accused of ...

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Besides printing more pounds, the Bank of England wants to print a new digital currency

As the establishment axoim goes, if you can't beat them, co-opt them... and this is just what the Bank of England is looking to do by investigating in the creation of their own digital currency. Following the Brexit referendum vote last month, Britain has suddenly found itself unshackled from the tyranny of the European Commission.  And besides post-Brexit plans for a new round of money printing to stimulat ...

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Wonder why the stock markets are at all-time highs? Because central banks are buying… well everything

Following the Brexit vote that tumbled global stock markets down an average of 4-7%, nearly all have not only recovered their initial losses, but in some cases have skyrocketed their markets to new all-time highs. For many analysts, these equity moves are believed to have been a result of either investors front-running soon to be central bank interventions, or of central banks themselves simply buying outri ...

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Battle of the elites: Chinese secret society issues deck of cards for the heads Western globalists

During the Iraq war in 2003, the U.S. issued a deck of cards with the faces and values of high level targets.  Saddam Hussein of course was the Ace of Spades. and members of his cabinet, military, and intelligence services made up the other 51 cards. And from this motif of using playing cards to designate the value of individuals, allegedly a new deck has come to light and it contains the faces and values o ...

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Failed pensions, crime, and Obamacare is the legacy the President leaves for Chicago

When Mayor Richard Daley decided to end the several decade's rule by his family over the city of Chicago, it finished a legacy that saw the city re-make itself in the wake of post-World War II, and go through the changes that came from the tumultuous Civil Rights Era of the late 60's and early 70's. But over the past decade when Chicago became home to the Obama machine under his former Chief of Staff Rahm E ...

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