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U.S. now in a permanent environment of false data reporting and credit expansion to keep from collapsing

Even the infamous John Maynard Keynes predicted that too much reliance upon credit expansion would eventually lead to wealth inequality and a distortion of the economy.  And we see this in his writings where he advocated that government intervention using additional stimulus for for a short duration of time, and only until the economy recovered itself, and began a new move into growth. But unfortunately hum ...

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European Commission seeks to dissuade Bitcoin users by putting them in a new database

With Bitcoin already having survived numerous attempts to kill the crypto-currency by the establishment, and through failures from global exchanges such as Mt. Gox and Bitfinex, the future of the digital de-centralized money continues to look steady as it appears ready to breakout even more in light of the financial situations occurring in Europe, the U.S., and Japan. And because of this, the European Commi ...

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China looks to crack the global reserve currency by announcing SDR issuance in August

For the past 43 years the world has had to use the dollar as the primary medium of exchange when conducting international trade.  In fact, this ability to control the global reserve currency has been the key catalyst in supporting U.S. hegemony around the globe. But over the past three years China has been slowly usurping market share of the dollar through its programs of direct bi-lateral trade and the dup ...

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The New York Times Just Accidentally Proved US Elections are Illegitimate

(ANTIMEDIA¬†Op-Ed) The New York Times published an interesting analysis¬†Monday morning that showed only 9 percent of the country voted for either Hillary Clinton or Donald Trump in the primary elections. That figure counts all citizens of the U.S., including children and felons ‚ÄĒ neither of whom have the right to vote. When counting only eligible voters, the number rises to a paltry 14 percent. This is the t ...

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Will the next President oversee the death of Social Security?

Back in 2010 the Social Security program officially went insolvent, as outflows to beneficiaries for the first time outnumbered inflows from tax revenues.  And over the past six years, payouts from the program have required the government to borrow almost a trillion dollars annually just to keep up with its legal mandate. In fact, according to the recent 2016 Social Security Trustees Report, the fund that u ...

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Hey Bernie, slavery is the end game for your dreams of a socialist utopia

Former Democratic Presidential candidate Bernie Sanders has never hidden the fact that he is a died in the wool socialist, with many indicators pointing to the fact that he is actually a full blooded communist.  In fact, if you watch an interview Sanders did back in 1985, he praised Fidel Castro and the communist government in Cuba as a ideal utopia for his convoluted ideals. But ironically the one place he ...

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America’s foreign policy nightmare: Afghanistan to look towards Russia for new opportunities

More than a decade of American blood, tears, and trillion dollar war budgets have achieved little from the war in Afghanistan, except perhaps to expand the heroin trade for the CIA once the poppy fields were allowed to grow after the Taliban were eradicated.  And now that the Central Asian country stands on the verge of joining the World Trade Organization, Afghan leaders are not looking West towards the U. ...

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How Rich People Are Using Philanthropy As A Disguise to Take Over the World

Society is made up of the collaborated efforts of people in the form of institutions. Institutions are investments people put in, and those with the most power to invest have the greatest influence on society. Behind The Mask Of the Cabal Despite the seeming equality we have achieved, the rich elite haven’t gone anywhere. They have managed to maintain their existence thousands of years throughout history, i ...

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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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