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The Internet Was Just Taken Over by a Global Monopoly, And No One Even Noticed

On Saturday, the United States ceded oversight of one of the Internet’s most basic and fundamental functions — the so-called “root zone,” which governs new domain names and addresses — handing it over to a small non-profit group by allowing a 47-year contract to expire. For decades, the U.S. Commerce Department held a contract with the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) — whose exec ...

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The U.S. empire… breaking treaties and trade agreements since 1789

For all its recognition as a 'free and Christian' nation, the United States has a horrific track record in both following through with treaties they sign, and in more recent times, in playing fair in trade agreements.  And whether it was reneging on land promises to Native American Indians through various signed treaties, or a new report out that shows America has the most complaints against it within the W ...

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Foregoing justice to save Deutsche Bank? It’s always fun until someone is about to lose an eye

One day after hedge funds decided to pull out excess capital stored at Deutsche Bank, a late morning rumor involving the Department of Justice negotiating down a planned fine on the German bank boosted the stock markets and brought about a 'false calm' to Wall Street.  However, just as the Federal Reserve uses regional Presidents to go on stage and jawbone rhetoric that they never intend to fulfill, today's ...

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Wells Fargo didn’t just engage in identity theft, but they also broke the law in seizing autos from military personnel

It has not been a good month for Warren Buffet's pet financial institution Wells Fargo.  After first being fined by the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) $185 million for fraudulently creating close to two million unwanted accounts, they then saw their CEO John Stumpf crucified in hearings before both the House and the Senate where legislators called for his head out of either neglect, or outright ...

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Global trade growth at the worst levels since the Great Recession

On Sept. 27 the World Trade Organization (WTO) cut its forecast for global trade in 2016 by 1.1% to the lowest levels since the Great Recession period of 2009-10. Originally forecasting a growth rate of 2.8% earlier this year, the rise in rejecting globalism is being named the primary reason for the decline in international trade by the WTO. The World Trade Organization (WTO) has cut its forecast for global ...

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Egyptian Media: ISIS Is ‘Made Up’ And U.S. Created 9/11 To Justify War On Terror

By Amanda Froelich at trueactivist.com   An Egyptian journalist claims that the World Trade Center and Pentagon attacks were likely premeditated to “justify the war on terror”. More than ever before, American citizens are questioning the ‘official’ story behind 9/11. This was made evident by how popular two articles, “It’s Official: European Scientific Journal Concludes 9/11 Was A Controlled Demolition ...

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Russia in talks with U.S. economic ally South Korea to establish free trade with the EEU

The world is rushing headlong into a myriad of new trade alliances, with much different protocols than that of the European Union.  For example, over in Asia China leads the Asean trade union along with the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO), and in the Eurasian sphere Russia has put together a group of trade partners under the umbrella of the Eurasian Economic Union (EEU). And at the heart of these tr ...

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The same Congress who allowed debt ceiling to reach $20 trillion now says it is a threat to national security

On Sept. 14, the House Budget committee published a speech where they asserted that the nation's $19.5 trillion national debt is now a security threat to the stability of the country. In their oratory on the House floor last week, the Budget Committee reported to Congress that the amount of debt that the government has accumulated has now reached the point where it in itself is creating a fiscal crisis that ...

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Ron Paul: Vote All You Want, the Secret Government Won’t Change

(ANTIMEDIA) Former congressman Ron Paul is outspoken. When he retired from Congress, he called lawmakers psychopathic authoritarians to their faces. He’s also called Donald Trump an authoritarian and asserted Hillary Clinton could have run as a Republican. And just last week, Paul took aim at the foundational structure of American ‘democracy.’ In a recent episode of his web show, the Liberty Report, Ron Pau ...

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Europe’s sanctions against Russia leaving them running out of natural gas heading into winter

Sanctions have consequences... no matter if you are the one implementing them, or the one receiving them.  And since Europe relies heavily on Russia to supply them both oil and natural gas for their economic engines, attempts by EU nations to harm the Eurasian power through the limiting of energy imports and the slowing down the Nordstream Pipeline project have suddenly backfired as natural gas reserves are ...

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For the first time in 30 years, a Presidential candidate makes the Fed an issue

It has been about 30 years, and perhaps going back to the 1987 stock market crash since the Federal Reserve has been a point of debate during a Presidential race.  But in 2016, and at a time when the credibility of the central bank is being questioned from economists and even the business media, Donald Trump is sensing blood in the water and last week decided to put the Fed on trial for the American people ...

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Bayer Buys Monsanto: The Empire Strikes Back

This is the largest corporate cash buyout in history. Mega-giant Bayer put $66 billion on the table, and mega-giant Monsanto said yes. Think GMOs, crop seeds, pesticides, medical drugs. Keep in mind that one of the consultants on the European side of this deal is the Rothschild Group. But that’s not all. Dow and DuPont are planning to merge. Recently, another biotech giant, Syngenta, was swallowed up by the ...

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