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Meet the new Bush, same as the old Bush’s

As the potential Republican candidates prepare exploratory processes to look towards the 2016 Presidential election, one thing is now becoming abundantly clear.  Should Jeb Bush become the Republican candidate then it will be no different than when George W. Bush was President as the former Governor of Florida is cultivating relationships with the same neo-con war hawks that led his brother into the Iraq an ...

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Europe now beginning to stand with Russia over the U.S. on Ukraine escalation

After a meeting between French, German, and Russian leaders late last week, both European nations spoke out publicly against the United States and against further escalation of the Ukraine war by stating that they do not support Washington's new plans for shipping arms to the Kiev government. And despite the fact that both Germany and France have to date sided against Russia in the ongoing proxy war, recent ...

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Obama administration mulls arming Ukraine as President continues ties to Kiev government

In a new report on Feb. 2, the Obama administration is mulling over sending lethal and deadly arms to the occupied government of Ukraine.  This move is another step in President Obama's plans for Washington to control Kiev and use Ukraine as a buffer zone against Russia in the ongoing proxy war with Vladimir Putin. The Obama administration, so far withholding any lethal assistance to Ukraine, may reconsider ...

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George Soros calls for West to give $50 billion to Ukraine to escalate war with Russia

On Jan. 8, financial terrorist George Soros provided insight into the mind of a monetary hit man as he wrote a piece at the New York Review of Books calling for the West to fund the insolvent nation of Ukraine with $50 billion in a move that would both escalate and continue the ongoing proxy war between the U.S., Nato, and Russia. In his piece, Soros advocated not only giving Ukraine much needed financial s ...

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Russian defense minister accuses U.S. of initiating majority of global conflicts

On Nov. 27, Russia’s deputy Defense Minister Anatoly Antonov was addressing Southeast Asian military partners in Sri Lanka when he outlined and accused the U.S. of being the prime instigator of most of the global conflicts that have exploded onto the scene throughout the world in recent times.  During his address, Minister Antonov pointed out that it is not just conflicts in Iraq and Afghanistan that are di ...

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U.S. economy thanks ISIS for improved GDP numbers

It is a sad truth in economics that proves that war and conflict can be very beneficial to a nation's output.  And after three straight quarters of near recessionary GDP prints, the U.S. can now thank ISIS for today's 3.5% number. The ramp up of the war on terror via a new campaign against the insurgency group ISIS has caused the Federal government to massively increase spending, and thus artificially add b ...

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Soros lies in press to vilify Russia calling for IMF to fund Europe in economic war

Former Nazi collaborator and billionaire George Soros took the unprecedented move to pen an op-ed charging Russia with economic warfare against the European Union, and calling for the IMF to fund the EU against what Soros implies is 'a Russian attack on Ukraine that is indirectly an attack on the European Union and its principles of governance.' Europe is facing a challenge from Russia to its very existence ...

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Dollar’s sudden strength occurring as a sign the world is rejecting reserve currency

Approximately three months ago, the dollar began a massive rise in relation to other global currencies, with its value gaining more than 675 bps on the charts.  Closing out on Friday, Oct. 3 around 86.64, this is the highest the dollar has been since the middle of 2010 when the Federal Reserve began its first round of Quantitative Easing, and Europe was enmeshed in a liquidity crisis. But while economists a ...

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Pope Francis assesses current violence in world and declares World War III has started

On Sept. 13, Pope Francis spoke at a memorial for Italian soldiers who gave their lives during the first World War that started exactly 100 years ago.  During his short remarks at the cemetery for fallen heroes, the Pope focused on the ongoing strife and conflicts occurring in the world today, and said that a smaller form of World War III has already begun, similar to events that led up to the global confli ...

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Former Chief Economist for Obama comes out calling for end of the dollar

Back in August, a former chief economic for President Obama wrote an op-ed on the stability of the dollar, and its role today as the global reserve currency.  In his breakdown of the historical use of the dollar in American finance, Jared Bernstein asserted that while in the past the dollar was a benefit which allowed U.S. prosperity to grow, today it has become a burden which forces the central bank into a ...

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U.S. power waning as it seeks Europe’s agreement to sanction Russia more

While the U.S. reels from the triple bombshells of this week that have left the Superpower nearly impotent to act, an astonishing occurrence is taking place in diplomatic circles as Washington no longer feels it has the authority to simply impose economic sanction on Russia, but must beg to Europe to stand with them in a move where they hope will allow them to restrict the use of the SWIFT system by Russia. ...

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U.S. to respond with more sanctions against Russia one day after petro-dollar system broken

Since most people in America tend to be mesmerized by singular events on television without a true understanding of the complete picture, many will watch today's news out of Ukraine of a Russian incursion across their neighbors borders and think that the Obama administration's call for new economic sanctions are tied to this.  However, what the mainstream media failed to mention yesterday, and which is the ...

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