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‘Big five’ bank customers vent anger by taking their money elsewhere

Customer cuts up Barclays bank card

Angry bank customers have been voting with their wallets and bombarding co-ops, building societies and credit unions with applications for current accounts over the past week, after the NatWest computer meltdown and the Barclays rate-rigging scandal. Data compiled by the campaign group Move Your Money UK shows an explosion in requests to switch from …

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How to be a crook

Ever wanted to rob your fellow man? Learn the different methods you can use and learn who is using them on you right now. [youtube height=”400″ width=”550″]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2oHbwdNcHbc[/youtube]

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Israel an apartheid state? A majority of Jews say yes

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A majority of Israeli Jews admit they are living in an apartheid state, a recent survey claimed. Many also believed that Palestinians should be denied the right to vote, and suggested that Jewish citizens should be given preferential treatment. Some 500 Jewish adults took part in the survey, answering questions …

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Outline on collapse end game

Many are the events, signals, and telltale clues of a real live actual systemic failure in progress. Until the last several months, such banter was dismissed by the soldiers in the financial arena. But lately, they cannot dismiss the onslaught of evidence, a veritable plethora of ugly symptoms of conditions …

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The truth about Gaddafi and Libya (watch and learn)

Ever wonder why a video like this never makes the main stream media? The corporate media would have you believe Gaddafi was a tyrant and had to be killed. Gee, couldn’t have had anything to do with Libya’s rich natural resources could it? Or the fact Gaddafi was about to …

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10 giant corporations that don’t pay taxes

Exxon Mobil

In recent years, giant corporations have started a trend when it comes to paying taxes: the greater the profit, the lower the taxes they pay. Dissatisfaction has come from citizens, but also from public figures like senator Bernie Sanders and public advocacy group Citizens for Tax Justice. The nonprofit group …

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A new run on the banks? Spaniards pulling cash out at record rates

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Spanish consumers are pulling their cash out of banks at record levels, according to figures released on Tuesday. Private sector deposits fell by nearly 5 percent in July to €1.509, the Telegraph reported, citing European Central Bank data, as public confidence in the banking system reached all-time lows amid a worsening economic …

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South Africa boycotts products labeled ‘Made in Israel’

South Africa boycotts products labeled Made in Israel

The South African government has put the final seal on a measure boycotting goods produced in the illegal Israeli settlements across the occupied Palestinian territories. The government on Wednesday confirmed that it will not import the goods produced in the occupied West Bank and East al-Quds (Jerusalem) with “Made in …

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The ultimate visualization of Australia’s housing bubble

The Ultimate Visualization Of Australia's Housing Bubble

Will Steve Keen be proven ‘early’ and correct? We suspect so; and the following infographic from DebtConsolidation.com.au provides some more compelling evidence of the growth of the Aussie housing bubble and its geographical diversity (and should you consider a trade on the back of this – Australian bank CDS are trading near 12-month …

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Iceland: a silver bullet for the world economic crisis

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Obama is in Mexico for yet another G20 meeting of the international socialist politburo.  We are told the discussions at the meeting are centered on theEuropean economic crisis. The United States government is set to spend about $2.4 trillion this year.  The mainstream propagandists are telling us that if Spain and Greece fold on …

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Land sold off and used for biofuels could have fed 1 billion people

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2 million kilometers of foreign purchased land in developing countries is either idle or used for Western biofuel production, according to a British charity. Oxfam’s report estimates an area the size of London is sold every six days. The report states that between 2000 and 2010, 60% of investment in …

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Today the Fed unofficially announced QE4

Today Michael Pento stunned King World when he said, “… the Fed doubled down on QE3 this morning and unofficially announced QE4.”  Pento believes the mainstream media does not understand what just happened today, but he said it will have massive implications for the markets, including gold and silver. Pento …

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