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New ammo shortages coming as Russia cuts off exports to U.S.

At almost the same time Russia was planning to invade the Crimea and Ukraine, the Eur-Asian superpower issued a new policy which cuts off exports of many calibers of ammunition to the United States, sure to cause more shortages in an already stretched market. The largest wholesale gun & ammo distributors in the US have informed us in private conversation today that a massive scramble is on for all 7.62 ...

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Russian threat of dumping dollar could lead to $16 trillion collapse of economy

Talking heads and pundits will tell you that Russia's threat to sell their U.S. dollar reserves and confiscate assets should America or Europe choose to impose economic sanctions is not that big of a deal.  However, the corporate media misses one vital piece of information, and that is the possibility that should Russia begin dumping their treasuries en masse in the open market, then it could trigger an imm ...

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Russia throws economic sanction threats back at the U.S. and EU

There is a biblical proverb that says, the borrower is slave to the lender, and this reality is quickly availing itself on America as they attempt to threaten Russia with economic sanctions due to their invasion of Ukraine and Crimea.  However, as the harsh reality of the proverb goes, America would face more dire consequences than Russia would if the Euro-Asian superpower chooses to impose their own sancti ...

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EU tried to capitalize on Ukraine tragedy by offering money and austerity

Let's be honest here.  Whenever a central bank or Western government offers assistance to another nation the end goal is not Democracy or actual aid to the people, but a means to weasel in and wrest benefits that suit the so-called benevolent country.  When the U.S. provided aid, arms, and support to the rebels in Libya, little did these people know the ultimate goal was confiscation of the more than 140 to ...

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Iran in talks with Russia to bypass petro-dollar in oil for goods deal

The stability of the petro-dollar took another new hit this week as a new deal being discussed between Iran and Russia to trade oil for goods is currently in the works between the two nations.  This agreement would entail 500000 barrels of oil per day to be shipped to Russia in exchange for Russian equipment and goods that might also include military armaments. Reports are emerging that Iran and Russia are ...

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Could Russian terror bombing be a Saudi reprisal over Syria?

As Russia prepares for the Sochi Olympics in about 40 days, a troubling reminder of events which took place earlier this year may be casting a dim light on the global event.  On Dec. 29, a suicide bomber detonated a bomb in a train station in the Russian city of Volgograd, which killed 14 people and injured over 40.  This act of terror suddenly brings to mind what Saudi Minister Bander Bin Sultan told Vladi ...

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Obama throws tantrum and won’t attend Sochi Olympics

In protest of Russia's anti-public policies regarding gay rights and public displays of homosexual behavior, key members of the Obama Administration, including the President, First Lady, and Vice-President, will not be attending the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi. Instead, President Obama will be sending a delegation of gay officials to represent the U.S. in what can only be described as a childish tantrum i ...

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America faced with ogre’s choice of escalate Syrian conflict or lose Saudi Arabian alliance

Since the beginning of October when President Obama backed down from confrontation over the alleged gas attacks that killed dozens of people in Syria, tensions between the United States and their necessary ally Saudi Arabia have grown strained as the religious battle between Sunni and Shiite nations force the U.S to have to pick a side.  And with the current Saudi ruler being closeted from public view due t ...

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Saudi Arabia moving away from alliance with U.S. as Obama won’t send troops to Syria as mercenaries

The war going on in Syria is not only complex, but has the potential to escalate into a full scale world war due to its strategic necessity to both Russia and Iran.  And it is the triangle of alliances between Europe, the U.S., Israel, and Saudi Arabia, and their policies towards Syria and Iran, that threaten to break down long standing coalitions that have centered around the region for more than 60 years. ...

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Jim WIllie: U.S. is going to have to split and devalue the dollar for separate foreign and domestic use

Dr. Jim Willie, statistician, economist, and publisher the Hat Trick newsletter, spoke in an interview with USA Watchdog on Sept. 8 regarding the G20, Syria, and the status of the coming alternative currencies.  In the interview, Willie noted that not only is the world isolating the U.S. in regards to their foreign policy agenda, but they are forcing the U.S. to have to adapt to a new currency system where ...

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