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Pope declares world is on edge of economic collapse and dependent upon war

While the office of the Pope is one that is supposed to represent the voice of Christ to the over 1.2 billion Catholics around the world, the man who sits in that office is also a head of state in the realm of world governments.  Thus a Pope's words can carry great weight even today, just as they did for 1200 years before the Great Reformation. So when the highly educated Jesuit that is Pope Francis speaks ...

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U.S. sanction Fail: Russian’s made billions off of Obama’s gambit

Ahhh chess.  It's a game where masters succeed and the amateurs fail.  And for centuries, those who have mastered the ability to think and plan several moves ahead have always been able to transfer those skills into real life situations and are then able to manipulate those who are limited to just reactionary responses. This has been the case between Russia and the United States over the past year, and in p ...

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Russia counters U.S. rhetoric by claiming genocide in Ukraine

In a proxy war, propaganda is a key tool in swaying public and global support towards ones cause.  North Vietnam was a master of this, and by the end of the conflict with the U.S., America was completely disheartened and seen by the world as a lost aggressor. So as Barack Obama and Secretary of State John Kerry play Monday morning QB from the confines of the White House, Russia, which actually has troops st ...

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China providing an alternative to Europe for Russian natural gas

Contrary to most government propaganda, nearly all military incursions, as well as global wars, have been waged over the desire to control energy resources.  World War I saw the breakup of the Ottoman Empire, and the colonization of new Arab States to tap into their massive stockpiles of petroleum.  World War II was led by Axis power Japan, who needed to invade and control the Asia to access energy they cou ...

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Oppose the war in Ukraine? New E.O. could allow Obama to seize your assets

In the Federal government, lawyers ensure that legislation, laws, or other forms of regulation are written in ways to be both vague and concise, and allow the state to enforce them as they see fit.  One such 'benign' form of law that was passed last week could essentially allow the Obama Administration to seize the assets of any American who disagrees with the government's policies over Ukraine and the ongo ...

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Dr. Paul Craig Roberts: U.S. wants to get their hands on Ukraine to loot it

On March 12, former Assistance Secretary of the Treasury Dr. Paul Craig Roberts spoke as a guest on USA Watchdog.  During his 50 minute interview, Dr. Roberts addressed America's desperate need to win out over Ukraine, with their ultimate goal being the confiscation of wealth and resources, and not one of freeing the Ukrainian people. “So, why is Ukraine important?  Well, there is the Black Sea naval base t ...

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Japanese media escalates war chant as conflict with China to begin in January

As 2013, and the year of the Currency Wars comes to an end, the inevitable escalation for nations who have chosen to go down this path is to eventually engage in hot wars to turn the minds of their people away from their economic problems.  And as China begins to assert themselves all across the globe, both economically and militarily, rhetoric is now coming forth from the Japanese media that an inevitable ...

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Obama priorities: Skips paying soldier death benefits while set to pay Treasury bond holders

If there was a true title to place on Barack Obama's Presidency, it would be more than anything, the payment priority President.  When Obama back in 2010 unconstitutionally nationalized General Motors, he bypassed court authority and subjectively prioritized who would get paid first and how much they would receive.  In this radical move of confiscation, proceeds from the reorganization went first to unions, ...

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No Taper: Fed to continue to print money with no exit strategy available

On Sept. 18, the most anticipated decision in several years from the Federal Reserve took place, sealing the fate of the American dollar and the economy as a whole.  In an 11 minute speech, Fed Chairman Ben Bernanke reported that the central bank would not taper their bond buying program as many on Wall Street anticipated, and instead will continue the $85 billion in money printing that has lasted for more ...

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Syria to give up chemical weapons only when Obama stops supporting terorrists

The diplomatic game known as Syria is a power play of global and future importance.  On one side is the reigning superpower, who's dying economic strength on the world stage is forcing them to use military might to push nations to bend to their will.  On the other side is a former and resurrected country that is nearly a polar opposite to America, seeking diplomatic arrangements to settle disputes, while al ...

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UN’s failure to issue Responsibility to Protect clause unmasks U.S. lies over chemical weapon attack in Syria

On Aug. 27, Vice President Joe Biden made a propaganda speech in Houston citing that there is undeniable proof that President Assad ordered and fired chemical weapons onto insurgents and civilians in the ongoing civil war to topple the government.  However, these allegations appear to be completely false, and with the Obama administration playing a card from former President George Bush's hand in which he d ...

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Saudi Arabia is the linchpin in the Syrian conflict which could bring down entire global economy

With the United States and NATO countries geared up for war with Syria over spurious claims of chemical weapon use, the one country not being mentioned as a target of reprisal is Saudi Arabia.  And according to analyst Steve Quayle on the Aug. 26 Hagmann and Hagmann Report, should coalition forces attack the Assad government with any strength, the primary target of reprisal by Iranian, Syrian, and Russian c ...

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