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Are you prepared for the five stages of economic collapse?

(NaturalNews) There's no shortage of experts and observers warning of an impending economic collapse ‚Äď and for good reason. The United States ‚Äď along with the rest of the world ‚Äď is mired in deep and nearly insurmountable debt. The economy is not truly recovering, despite what we are being told. Bankers are playing high stakes casino games in the form of derivatives, and the whole house of cards threatens t ...

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Following #blacklivesmatter protest at University of Missouri, enrollment falls by 25% for next semester

Last year during the fall semester of school, a massive protest involving racial bylines wreaked havoc on the campus of the University of Missouri.  And before the smoke had cleared, the University President had stepped down, and a liberal adjunct professor was fired. But like in Ferguson, MO, and Baltimore, MD after paid activists nearly destroyed sections of both cities in what would become the #blacklive ...

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Finland to discuss whether to leave the Euro currency

First there was Greece (Grexit), who looked long and hard at leaving the Eurozone during last year's financial crisis.  And that discontent is being followed up now in Britain (Brexit), who is expected to propose a referendum to have a vote on whether to stay or leave the union sometime in 2017. And with Mario Draghi and the European Central Bank (ECB) taking interest rates down to zero on Thursday, and in ...

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FDIC closes first bank of 2016 in Wisconsin

On March 11, the FDIC closed down is first bank for 2016 as North Milwaukee State Bank shuttered its doors.  This institution is also the first bank failure in over five months, when Hometown National Bank was shuttered last October. This bank failure is the first for the month of March and brings the overall number of bank closures in 2016 to 1. 3/11/2016 *** Wisconsin *** Milwaukee *** North Milwaukee Sta ...

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ECB head Mario Draghi validates that markets are tied to interventions, not fundamentals

On March 10 the European Central Bank (ECB) issued its highly anticipated policy announcement, and the shift from simply watching market action from the shadows is now over.  This is because ECB head Mario Draghi rocked the financial world with a Euro denominated bazooka, and proved once again that markets no longer function on fundamentals, but instead on credit based interventions. Although not quite goin ...

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Even Rothschild is admitting the economy is in distress

Over the past few weeks we have had several major banks and hedge funds play down the recent stock market rally, and affirm that the bear market trend that started in January still has further to go.  And now on March 6, one of the highest of the elite went public and joined his voice to the growing mainstream chorus that 2016 will be one of financial and economic turmoil. Jacob Rothschild, who is CEO and m ...

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German banking association recommending banks stockpile cash for loans to stimulate economy

On March 4, the Bavarian Banking Association recommended to its member banks that they take out all their deposits being held with the European Central Bank (ECB) and stockpile the cash for use as loans in order to stimulate the economy.  This recommendation comes as the ECB prepares for negative interest rates, and the charging of interest to banks under their authority for sequestering cash in their facil ...

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Dallas Fed finally admits oil prices lower due to economy in recession

As with most Federal Reserve Chairmen and Presidents, America's central bankers rarely admit when the economy is in decline until well into a recession or downturn.  Yet with analysts trying their best to spin the data to say that the economy is simply in a slowdown due to deflation and lower oil prices, on Feb. 29 the Dallas Fed blew this propaganda completely out of the water and stated that oil prices we ...

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U.S. beyond insolvent as financial filings show $3.2 trillion in assets and $21.5 trillion in debt

Each year the United States government files a financial statement showing their assets and liabilities through the Department of the Treasury.  And while previous years have been similar to 2015, in that their liabilities outweigh assets by a large margin, never before has the deficit been as extraordinary as it was calculated on Feb. 27. This because the United States (which is a corporation by the way), ...

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It didn’t take long for Japanese citizens to rush to get their money out of their banks thanks to NIRP

If the world ever wanted to see in real time what people do when their government puts a tax on their savings, then all they need to do is take a look at Japan now that their central bank has implemented a negative interest rate policy (NIRP).  Because just weeks after the Bank of Japan's (BOJ) head Kuroda announced the new policy out of thin air, runs to get cash out of banks have begun in earnest, with sa ...

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Saudi Arabia gains a strong victory as 18 month battle to kill U.S. fracking fells big opponent

Geo-politics is a messy business, and quite often much more complex than domestic politics.  Because when one nation decides to implement a policy that has global ramifications, more often than not innocents can get killed in the crossfire, and the actual goals of the government citing the conflict may exist far beyond those announced publicly. When the leading head of the OPEC cartel decided to start an en ...

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Canada following India in trying new scheme to get people to trust banks with their gold and silver

In November of last year, the government of India attempted to lure their citizens into depositing their physical gold into banks with the enticement of an interest bearing gold savings account.  However, barely a few tons were garnered from the people for this scheme showing that distrust in both the banks and governments to actually protect their gold is quite high. And now just days after the Canadian go ...

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