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Falling stock prices make people sick… literally

Sometimes, emotions, much more than any physical threat, can cause the body to develop illnesses.  In fact, it is estimated that stress is the greatest threat to developing a heart conditions, high blood pressure, and even some cancers. So when a new study came out showing that hospital visits for illnesses occur in greater proportion on days after a drop in the stock market, it validates the Japanese belie ...

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Why Is The Federal Reserve Hiring Tons of New Armed Mercenaries?

Mirroring trend seen across federal government Paul Joseph Watson Infowars.com January 6, 2014 Mirroring a trend seen across the federal government, the Federal Reserve is hiring a raft of new police officers and security guards, developments that some see as preparation for civil unrest. Despite only being as “federal” as Federal Express, the Federal Reserve central banking system has its own law enforceme ...

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Detroit Is Giving Away Free Houses in an Effort to Rebuild … Do You Qualify?

Good news for struggling writers: the key to sustaining your lifestyle is to go to a city that’s struggling more. A new nonprofit organization called Write-A-House, located in Detroit, Michigan (which, earlier this year, became the largest city in the United States to file for and enter bankruptcy) has found something creative to do with the city’s seemingly endless blocks of vacant homes—gut them from the ...

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New York Fed president admits ignorance on QE outcomes

Like the climate change scientists who manipulated data to justify their position that man is the cause of the world's global warming problems, so too is it with mainstream economists, who cite and use incorrect statistics to validate monetary polices that anyone with a shred of common sense can see are more destructive than beneficial to our financial system. Thus it should not come as a shock four years l ...

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A Man In Debt Demolishes His House … & Drops It In Front Of The Bank

A man from Lovech-Bulgaria who could not afford to pay the mortgage for his house gave his last penny to demolish it right before the banksters take it away. The land that the house was built on was not included in the mortgage so the family decided to destroy the house and give it to its new owner. The remains of the building were loaded on a big truck and moved to the central district office of the bank i ...

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Wall Street adviser suggests guns and ammo needed for financial apocalypse

One day before the Christmas holiday, a well respected Wall Street adviser provided some interesting suggestions to a group of investors wondering about economic turmoil in the coming days.  In a memo as part of a series titled, Potential for a Financial Apocalypse, financial adviser and Forbes contributor David John Marotta suggested that in any list of items people should have ready in case of a financial ...

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Bank of Israel Governor Stanley Fischer Nominated for #2 Spot at the Federal Reserve

The rushed campaign to insert Stanley Fischer straight from his position leading Israel’s central bank into the number two spot at the Federal Reserve has allowed little time for research into the appointee’s career or for informed public debate about his record.  Like the failed recent Obama administration-Israel lobby pincer move to ram approval for U.S. military strikes on Syria through Congress, avoidin ...

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Dave Hodges Exposes The Locations and Nature of the Upcoming FALSE FLAG ATTACKS

  More details are being revealed with regard to the nature of the weather wars false flag attacks coming against America. This is breaking news and new details are still coming out. In speaking to many of my alternative media colleagues, many of them are surprised at the pace that the country is seemingly on as we race towards what appears now is an inevitable civil war in the US in response to a tota ...

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Black Thursday Redux: Stores offer massive discounts after Christmas due to poor holiday sales

With holiday sales down an estimated 21% in the final week leading up to Christmas, retailers are seeing a massive drop in revenues needed to profit from a overall bad year of sales.  So to deal with an overstocked inventory, retailers en masse are offering discounts nearly equivalent to those of Black Friday (Thursday this year), beginning on the day after Christmas. Buy one, get one free. Macy's rolls out ...

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The Grinch who stole Christmas for retailers

Twas the night before Christmas, and all through town, not a creature was stirring, just some retailer frowns.  Their products were stocked on the aisles with care, in the hopes that some customers would come buy their wares. Unfortunately, that Christmas wish isn't happening as retail traffic is down 21% from last year in the last week of holiday shopping. However, while the early start to shopping season ...

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