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Israel looking to become the first cashless society

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The government on Tuesday authorized establishment of a committee that will examine ways to eliminate cash from the Israeli economy – the better to prevent citizens from cheating on their taxes. The committee will be chaired by Harel Locker, director of the Prime Minister’s Office. Cash is easily passed from …

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Iceland denies aid to FBI in WikiLeaks investigation

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Iceland refused to cooperate with an FBI investigation into WikiLeaks two years ago. The Icelandic Interior Minister said he ordered police to cease contact with the FBI, and made it clear their presence was not “well-seen” in Iceland. Interior Minister Ogmundur Jonasson informed the AP of his displeasure upon discovering …

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Top-secret colonial files go missing in UK

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Boxes containing top secret files about former British colonial rule have gone missing, with those relating to Singapore possibly destroyed. Declassified colonial Kenyan files earlier played a key role in proving the UK responsible for grave abuses. Britain has admitted that it was aware that 170 boxes of files were …

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New radio frequency treatment used for hypertension

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For thousands of patients who don’t respond to drugs (that shouldn’t even be taken), a new therapy that targets the kidneys with radio waves could be the cure. In the most recent trial, reduced blood pressure—and no ill side-effects—persists in patients at least 18 months after a radio frequency treatment called …

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Time magazine goes all in with its propaganda

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Time magazine’s parent company is a top donor to Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign — a factor that may help explain the publication’s obsession with blaming Russian president Vladimir Putin for “rigging” the U.S. presidential election. This year, alone, Time Inc., the organization behind Time — one of the most prestigious …

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CIA insider Jim Rickards’ predictions for society in 2024

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Editor’s Note from Jim Rickards: ‘The following article describes a fictional dystopia in the spirit of Brave New World or 1984. It is not a firm forecast or prediction in the usual analytic sense. Instead, it’s intended to provide warning, and encourage readers to be alert to dangerous trends in …

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New Zealand and NSA plotted to cyber hack China

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New Zealand spies teamed up with National Security Agency hackers to break into a data link in the country’s largest city, Auckland, as part of a secret plan to eavesdrop on Chinese diplomats, documents reveal. The covert operation, reported Saturday by New Zealand’s Herald on Sunday in collaboration with The Intercept, …

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Does the UK have anything to offer Scotland besides threats?

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Scottish voters finally have the opportunity to fulfill William Wallace’s dream of a Scotland that is free and independent of England forever. All they have to do is vote yes next week. Without a doubt, a divorce from the British would be quite messy, and life would probably be more …

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Top whistleblower: NSA goal is total population control

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William Binney is one of the highest-level whistleblowers to ever emerge from the NSA. He was a leading code-breaker against the Soviet Union during the Cold War but resigned soon after September 11, disgusted by Washington’s move towards mass surveillance. On 5 July he spoke at a conference in London organised by …

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DHS to test facial recognition technology at hockey game

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Hockey fans in Washington state will have more to worry about this weekend than avoiding a puck to the face: the Department of Homeland Security will be testing out a new facial recognition system at an arena this Saturday. The 6,000 seat Toyota Center in Kennewick, Washington will be the …

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Worldwide protests planned on eve of Bradley Manning trial

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Supporters of U.S. Army Pfc. Bradley Manning protest during his scheduled motion hearing, outside the gates of Fort Meade Rallies are planned this weekend in dozens of cities across the globe in support of Private first class Bradley Manning as the former Army intelligence analyst prepares to stand trial for …

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David Icke to start free global TV and radio station

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A free global internet TV & Radio station broadcasting the information, background and opinions the mainstream media won’t touch Please note: If we don’t reach our £100,000 goal your contribution will be fully refunded. To donate to David’s new media operation please click here. What is The People’s Voice? How …

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The Subway deception

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We are all aware of Jared’s incredible transformation from “blimptom” to normalcy by eating Subway sandwiches and the resulting “Eat Fresh” slogan that put Subway on the top of the map. Being a vegan, I only ate a foot-long Veggie, no mayo or cheese, with mustard and some oil and …

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The four business gangs that run the US

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If you’ve ever suspected politics is increasingly being run in the interests of big business, I have news: Jeffrey Sachs, a highly respected economist from Columbia University, agrees with you – at least in respect of the United States. In his book, The Price of Civilisation, he says the US economy …

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CNBC admits central banks rule the world

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It’s a central bankers’ world, and we’re all just living in it. Entities such as the Federal Reserve and the European Central Bank in 2012 took control of global economies like never before. Based on current market and economic behavior it’s likely to be years before anything changes. After all, …

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Queen and Prince Charles must be consulted before laws are passed

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A little-known power enjoyed by the Queen and Prince of Wales to alter new laws is due to be exposed after the government lost a legal battle to keep details of its application private. The information commissioner has ruled that the Cabinet Office must publish an internal Whitehall guide to the way …

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Prince Andrew is only the tip of the pedophile iceberg

The daughter of a former Australian prime minister was drawn into the scandal surrounding the Duke of York as it was claimed that Jeffrey Epstein boasted about his friendship with the royal to his alleged victims. Katherine Keating, 37, was identified as the mystery brunette seen waving goodbye to the Duke …

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