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U.S. hides numbers from taxpayers as Pentagon classifies money spent in Afghanistan

The most 'transparent' President in history once again showed his hypocrisy by allowing the Pentagon to classify the amount of taxpayer money being spent for operations in Afghanistan despite the fact that the mission is supposed to be in a draw down phase after years of fighting.  On Jan. 30 the Department of Defense classified the details of future expenditures to Afghanistan under the guise of 'security ...

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America: Land of the… challenged and not so economically free

As America shifts into their full blown state of oligarchical rule, the sad fact is that the once proud land of the free has become for all intents and purposes, the land of the economically challenged.  And after 20 years of NAFTA, too big to fail, and the death of the middle class, it is not surprising that in this year's survey of economic freedom the U.S. ranks once again outside the top 10, and finds i ...

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Elections have consequences: Greece can now veto any new sanctions on Russia

President Barack Obama in one of his narcissistic and arrogant tantrums once told the Republican congress, "Elections have consequences."  And in a more practical and real sense, that became true the moment that an anti-EU party successfully took over the leadership in Greece, and no longer allowed tools from the banking establishment to dictate their future. And as the power nations in Europe are quickly d ...

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10 REASONS WHY FLU SHOTS ARE MORE DANGEROUS THAN A FLU

The verdict is out on flu shots. Many medical experts now agree it is more important to protect yourself and your family from the flu vaccine than the flu itself. Let’s take a look at the reasons behind this verdict: 1.) There is a total lack of real evidence that young children even benefit from flu shots.  A systematic review of 51 studies involving 260,000 children age 6 to 23 months found no evidence th ...

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Russian central banker commits murder-suicide in Blagoveshchensk

For well over a year we have documented how Western bankers have died in droves either through suicide or by other mysterious causes.  But on Jan. 27 in the Russian city of Blagoveshchensk, a central banker took matters into his own hands and went on a killing spree of his own before turning the gun on himself. The Deputy head of the Russian central bank, Vladimir Levkin, went on a rampage of unknown reason ...

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Obamacare monetizes Americans by selling your personal information to corporations

By now we all know how the Obama administration funneled nearly a billion dollars to the classmate of First Lady Michelle Obama to build the Affordable Healthcare website in a no bid contract, but now that millions of Americans have signed up and provided vast amounts of their personal and financial data the President is doubling down by funneling this information to corporations for their chance to monetiz ...

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BRICS nations to work on creating new ratings agency outside U.S. control

Ratings agencies like S&P and Moody's have great power to determine the value and risk of nearly all securitized assets in the global financial sector, and their role in the 2008 credit crisis and sub-prime collapse is well documented.  But recently, their application has gone far beyond the scope of simply scrutinizing and rating financial instruments and it appears now that pressures from the U.S. gov ...

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New Greek Finance Minister holds Damocles Sword over ECB

It suddenly appears that the Syriza Party in Greece really means business now that they have taken over the government after six years of austerity and rule by elitist oligarchs.  And as the new Finance Minister Yanis Varoufakis stated in an interview on Jan. 27 directed towards the European Central Bank (ECB), and the financiers who helped impoverish the Eurozone nation... Greece doesn't need the Eurozone, ...

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For First Time In History, An ‘ALIEN’ COMMUNICATION SIGNAL Has Been Detected by Scientists

An unknown signal emitting from space was detected by astronomers live for the first time ever, scientists announced in a journal this month. The radio burst was detected on May 15, 2014 by astronomers in Australia but just reported in the Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Fox News reported. “The burst was identified within 10 seconds of its occurrence,” said Emily Petroff, a PhD student at ...

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SOLUTIONS: Bill Would BAN Police From Receiving MILITARY WEAPONS and Vehicles

The militarized police response to Ferguson protests sparked a national debate about surplus military equipment being given to local law enforcement agencies. Now, Tennessee State Sen. Brian Kelsey, R-Germantown, has filed legislation that would prohibit both state and local agencies from receiving, owning or using “certain military vehicles, aircraft and weaponry.” The law, if passed, would effect existing ...

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