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ROTHSCHILD NOW OWNS IRAQI OIL

Nat Rothschild's world stretches from the coal mines of Indonesia via the aluminum smelters of Siberia to a legendary wine estate in France. And it just got much bigger. Last week, Mr. Rothschild made a huge bet on the oil fields of Iraqi Kurdistan, one of the last great frontiers in oil exploration. His investment vehicle Vallares PLC said it will merge with Genel Energy International Ltd., a Turkish firm ...

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The Best Evidence You Have Ever Seen That Puppet Masters Script Mainstream News Reports

This video is so ridiculous that it actually makes you want to punch through the screen.  There are multiple clear cases of this 'talking point distribution' happening where it's obvious that some puppet masters literally surgically insert their neural implants into the minds of the masses as if we are all numb to the fact that a handful of corporations control all the mainstream media.  Linked below is ano ...

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Americans renouncing citizenship up 25% over 2013 in just the first six months

In 2013, approximately 750 Americans officially renounced their citizenship, and followed through with the paperwork to divest themselves from U.S. sovereignty.  However, because of political and economic reasons that have carried over into 2014, the number of Americans who have renounced their citizenship this year has already surpassed all of last year, and in fact, has increased that number by 25% in jus ...

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Bill and Hillary Clinton work to avoid death taxes while calling others to pay their fair share

The fundamental economic difference between conservatives and liberals is that one group seeks all men to rise to wealth and prosperity on their own abilities while the other desires the achievers to give away their earnings to those less able or unwilling to work for it.  The results in both cases are the differences between a vibrant middle class, or a two class system, with a very rich elite, and everyon ...

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Top Anti-Corruption Cop Commits Suicide During Questioning

And now for something truly bizarre. While in America any anti-corruption "probe" typically results in a bank being slapped with a fine that is expressed in minutes, if not seconds, of its annual revenue, or, at worst, the corporate logo being sent to prison, in Russia things have a different "resolution." Moments ago, Boris Kolesnikov, former deputy head of Russian Interior Ministry unit overseeing economi ...

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School Removes Novel from Summer Reading Program Because It Questions Government Authority

Pensacola, FL – Booker T. Washington High School has banned Little Brother from its summer reading program. Little Brother is a novel by Cory Doctorow, in which, in the aftermath of a terrorist attack, a group of four teenagers rebel against the Department of Homeland Security. The National Coalition Against Censorship stated that Little Brother was selected for the summer reading program, “after an extensi ...

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Gas prices reach three year high as oil climbs over Iraq

There is nothing like a little war rhetoric in an oil producing nation to cause panic and fear in the markets, and stimulate price inflation for both crude oil and gasoline.  In just the past few days, oil prices have shot up to $106 per barrel because of growing tensions in the country of Iraq, and the subsequent effect has been the rise of gasoline prices to levels not seen in more than three years. As IS ...

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Meet The GOP Candidate Who Supports STONING GAY PEOPLE TO DEATH

A magazine editor in Oklahoma was putting together candidate information for a feature when a friend alerted him to online comments posted last year by a candidate for state representative. “This guy posted on Facebook that homosexuals should be stoned to death,” said Rob Morris, who published the Moore Monthly and MooreDaily.com. “My first response was, ‘You’re nuts, nobody would be stupid enough to do tha ...

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11 Things McDonald’s Wishes You Never Knew About …

When it comes to fast food arches, all that glitters is not gold. And in McDonald’s case, it’s difficult to say whether its fair share of criticism comes in spite of it being one of America’s most iconic brands, or perhaps because of it. The fast-food chain’s come up for a dose of criticism in recent years over the nutritional value and sustainability of its offerings and for its low-paying jobs. And busine ...

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Economic sanctions by U.S. will increase flight away from dollar

A week after Russia and China signed off on the world's largest energy deal in history, more Russian companies are seeing the East as the future of business, and this primarily includes trusting in the Renminbi over as the currency of choice. And in a recent report on the shift away from the U.S. and the reserve currency, Russia is using economic sanctions as justification for the move, and are set to incre ...

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Russia adds another feather to its cap in war against the dollar

In the business world, there are three ways to conduct a transaction.  First, there is a negotiated plan where both sides achieve exactly what they want and are happy with the terms of the deal.  Secondly, there are deals that involve one side offering incentives to the other side, giving the second party a short-term advantage in the hopes by the first party that they will win out in the long-term. Then th ...

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Big Brother: New government database will hold all your financial information

Terrorism?  Immigration reform?  Remember how the Patriot Act and NDAA were to focus on enemies of the American people?  Well a new set of programs involving the FBI and the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau reveal the true purposes behind these, and other legislative debates and and subsequent laws, and where foreign entities are no longer the focal point for government surveillance, but rather, the ult ...

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