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Europe is about to impose extreme repression – Nigel Farage

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On the heels of the recent turmoil in global markets, today King World News interviewed MEP (Member European Parliament) Nigel Farage, to get his take on the ongoing crisis.  Farage told KWN that “What you may see is a very desperate European Union begin to put in place capital controls and things …

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Paper gold & silver ponzi exposed – technical analysis

Anyone watching the gold and silver market understands that something is not right. An objective look at the fundamentals suggests that there seems to be no substance behind the recent downwards move. There has been a constant debate over the years on what drives the price of gold and silver. …

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Occupy Bilderberg 2012

Well, it looks like the most cunning and deceptive people on the planet may not be so bright after all.  The infamous and elusive Bilderberg club has decided to bring their annual meeting back to the United States after setting last year’s event at a hotel buried deep in the mountains …

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Worldwide debt default is the only solution

Sovereign nations, state governments, Californian cities, small businesses, homeowners, middle-class families, recent graduates and all types of other individuals and entities around the world are facing the same growing problem… DEBT. While the European Union is in the spotlight at the moment, the debt crisis is arguably worse in the United …

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French farmers torch tax office and dump vegetables out front

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Farmers dumped piles of vegetables around the town of Morlaix in western France on Friday night before torching public buildings in a dramatic act of frustration at falling revenues. Around 100 farmers hauled artichokes, potatoes and broccoli to Morlaix by tractor, unloaded them onto the streets and set them ablaze, Reuters reports. According …

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Each day 134 retail outlets close in Italy

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If anyone is still not convinced that surging stock bourses in Europe are indicative of anything more than central bank liquidity, carry trade allocationand localized asset bubbles, we present a snapshot of what is actually happening on the ground via Italy’s Ansa: “It’s a massacre,” said Confesercenti President Marco Venturi. …

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Only 3 minutes worth listening to from World Economic Forum 2013

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“Why do we consider banks to be like holy churches?” is the rhetorical question that Iceland’s President Olafur Ragnar Grimsson asks (and answers) in this truly epic three minutes of truthiness from the farce that is the World Economic Forum in Davos. Amid a week of back-slapping and self-congratulatory party-outdoing, as John …

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Focus On UK Footballers Exposes Hypocrisy Of The Mega-Rich

Sports stars and sports teams are easy targets for criticism. At the top level, they make millions of dollars each month, and they exist in a totally different world than the people who pay to see them. As many headlines have pointed out over the years, essential workers like doctors …

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This time had better be different: Australian Housing Prices and the Banks

In last week’s post I showed that there is a debt-financed, government-sponsored bubble in Australian house prices (click here and here for earlier installments on the same topic). This week I’ll consider what the bursting of this bubble could mean for the banks that have financed it. Figure 1 Betting the House For two decades after …

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Is another false flag attack coming?

False-flag attacks are an example of the political technique known as Problem-Reaction-Solution.  1) Create a problem 2) Wait for the reaction 3) Provide the solution The most popular type of false-flag attack is where a government actually carries out an attack, such as a terrorist attack, against it’s own people, then blames it on …

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Italian banks are on the brink of collapse

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There’s an old saying: “What’s sauce for the goose is sauce for the gander.” The meaning is obvious — if you insist on something for others, you have to be prepared to hold yourself to the same standard. A version of that is playing out in Europe today. And right …

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Fukushima nuclear disaster was ‘man-made’ says damning new report

The operator of the power plant, Japanese government and regulators are all criticised in report by parliamentary panel ‘They effectively betrayed the nation’s right to be safe from nuclear accidents’ says report The findings call for further investigation into the impact of the 9.0 magnitude earthquake on the reactors at Fukushima …

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CrossFit ditches Facebook and Instagram, citing privacy concerns

CrossFit ditches Facebook Instagram privacy concerns

CrossFit, the popular fitness and lifestyle program with a cult-like following, broke up with Facebook and Instagram on Friday, citing security and privacy concerns. CrossFit, Inc., which boasts 15,000 affiliates and millions of followers, said it was investigating alleged security problems and opposed what it called Facebook’s overwhelming influence on”the marketplace of public thought,” the …

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UK Authorities Guard Against Rising Credit Card Debt

A shocking statistic has filtered through markets in the United Kingdom: the country is faced with £68 billion in outstanding credit card debt. Credit card debt has risen sharply since 2007 when it was around £55 billion. The steepest rise took place between 2014 and the present day. Of course, …

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Baltic Dry Index hits lowest levels…ever!

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A measure of international trade often seen as a bellwether for the global economy has crashed to its lowest level ever, fuelling fears we could be heading for another 2008-style crash. Back in November, the Baltic Dry Index dropped below 500 for the first time in recorded history, and it …

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NSA caught spying on 3 French presidents

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President François Hollande has called an emergency national defence council meeting after allegations by the online whistleblower WikiLeaks that America’s National Security Agency (NSA) spied on three successive French presidents. The meeting will be held at 9am on Wednesday “to evaluate the nature of the information published by the press… and to draw useful conclusions,” a …

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