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Russian sanctions Part 2: Halt of food imports from any nation sanctioning the Bear

It has been a wild week for geo-politics as the Obama administration has been unable to counter the growing rejection of the empires ability to impose its will on the rest of the world.  First, reports have come out of the Ukrainian high command that Russia has mustered troops and tanks on their Eastern border in what appears to be final preparations for a major incursion against the Eurasian state.  Second ...

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Ukrainian soldiers flee to Russia as broke government seeks funds from new ‘War Tax’

A little more than a week ago, the Prime Minister and ruling political coalition broke down, leaving a leadership vacuum in Ukraine's new fledgling government.  However, the political upheavals appear to be of minor consequence in light of their economic and budgetary problems which have left soldiers on the front lines without guns and ammunition, and leading over 400 fighters to surrender and flee to Russ ...

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Think Ebola is simply from nature? Then why does the U.S. govt. have a patent on it?

Over the past few months, Ebola outbreaks in Africa have been escalating to near crisis proportions.  Not only have several African government like Liberia and Sierra Leone ordered travel restrictions and individual quarantines, but Americans traveling to the Dark continent themselves have not been immune from catching the deadly virus. However, the real question one has to ask, especially in light of other ...

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FACEBOOK IS ALWAYS RECORDING YOU … Even When You’re Not On The Phone

App requires users agree to be monitored by microphone at any time without their permission Cellphone users who attempt to install the Facebook Messenger app are asked to agree to terms of service that allow the social networking giant to use the microphone on their device to record audio at any time without their permission. As the screenshot above illustrates (click for enlargement), users are made to acc ...

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Top 10 Companies Profiting From War

From 24/7 Wall St.: The business of war is profitable. In 2011, the 100 largest contractors sold $410 billion in arms and military services. Just 10 of those companies sold over $208 billion. Based on a list of the top 100 arms-producing and military services companies in 2011 compiled by the Stockholm International Peace Research Institute,  24/7 Wall St. reviewed the 10 companies with the most military sa ...

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Ukraine government collapses as PM resigns and ruling coalition breaks

An interesting and inevitable conclusion came to pass on July 24 when the U.S. installed Kiev government in Ukraine collapsed today as Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk resigned and the two ruling coalitions broke apart.  This sudden fall of government is coinciding with an economic collapse that has led Kiev to be unable to pay soldiers fighting against Russian separatists in the East, and a budget that was ...

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Economic adviser to Putin declares WWIII has begun and U.S. nazi’s must be stopped

Back in the middle of June, Sergei Glazyev, the economic adviser to Vladimir Putin, appeared on a national television broadcast from Russia and pulled no punches in stating that the United States had overstepped the bounds of neutrality over Ukraine, and had declared war upon Russia by intervening in a satellite state of the Russian Federation, and border ally through commerce, language, and culture. In fac ...

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DARTH VADER IS POLLING HIGHER THAN ALL POTENTIAL 2016 PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATES

Picking on Congress’ unpopularity is a bit like beating a dead tauntaun.. On Tuesday FiveThirtyEight released the results of a poll of Americans' opinions on the "Star Wars" universe. Not surprisingly, Jar Jar Binks is the most reviled character in the series. As Walt Hickey notes, the Gungan from Naboo posted lower favorability numbers than Emperor Palpatine, "the actual personification of evil in the gala ...

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President Obama to call for economic sanctions on Russia…. again

It seems to be a common theme with President Obama and the rest of his administration to use media propaganda and increased rounds of economic sanctions as retribution, that in the end do little to address the root causes that are furthering the conflict between both sides in the Ukrainian civil war.  One day after the White House admitted publicly that Russia had nothing at all to do with the downing of Ma ...

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Russia Today Anchor Resigns, Admits To Spreading ‘Lies’ For Putin

Another Russia Today anchor has resigned from her post at the Kremlin-funded TV network. Corespondent Sara Firth's announcement came nearly two hours after she stated on Twitter that RT anchors "do work for Putin" and spread "lies," in a conversation with RT London correspondent Polly Boiko. Firth alleged that the network asks its anchors to "obscure the truth," and now she is saying she's had enough. Russi ...

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VIDEO: FACEBOOK BOOST FRAUD EXPOSED

Evidence Facebook's revenue is based on fake likes. My first vid on the problem with Facebook: http://bit.ly/1dXudqY I know first-hand that Facebook's advertising model is deeply flawed. When I paid to promote my page I gained 80,000 followers in developing countries who didn't care about Veritasium (but I wasn't aware of this at the time). They drove my reach and engagement numbers down, basically renderin ...

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Obama administration continues assault on financial companies that challenge the State

Two weeks ago, the Department of Justice finalized an agreement with French Bank BNP Paribas to admit guilt, and pay $8.9 Billion in what is the largest settlement ever tied to violations of 'U.S. decreed sanctions'.  According to the DOJ, BNP Paribas conspired to ignore sanctions imposed on Sudan from 2002-2009, but the real story is that this indictment and fine were sent as a warning to France, and other ...

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