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Spinning bad financial news into good – Paul Craig Roberts

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Friday’s payroll jobs report says that 96,000 new jobs were created in August and that the unemployment rate (U.3) fell from 8.3% to 8.1%. As 96,000 new jobs are not enough to keep up with population growth, the decline in the U.3 unemployment rate was caused by 368,000 discouraged job …

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China admits pollution brought about ‘cancer villages’

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A child drinks water near a stream in Fuyuan county. The Chinese government has admitted for the first time that so called ‘cancer villages’ exist, as decades of pollution take their toll on the health of Chinese citizens. For years environmental campaigners in China have said that cancer rates in …

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Australia scraps carbon tax

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Tony Abbott has hailed the repeal of the “useless, destructive” carbon tax, pledging to reduce greenhouse emissions without the “international oddity” of a broadbased carbon price. The Prime Minister, while claiming victory after a five-year campaign against carbon pricing, also launched a new campaign against the Labor Party’s promise to …

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Seven equations that rule the world

[youtube height=”400″ width=”550″]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W54RIYR-eaY[/youtube] The alarm rings. You glance at the clock. The time is 6.30 am. You haven’t even got out of bed, and already at least six mathematical equations have influenced your life. The memory chip that stores the time in your clock couldn’t have been devised without a …

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Secret US military bases in Australia are putting the country at risk

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The United States is strengthening a network of secretive military bases across Australia that could be used for waging wars against our interests, it was claimed at a weekend summit. Instead of fostering crucial relationships, we are allowing the US to create enemies for us with its growing strategic presence …

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US economy is headed for a recession

US dollar bubble

The United States is experiencing its fifth relapse in five years. This past week the U.S. government announced the country’s economy rose in the January-March 2016 at a mere 0.5 percent annual growth rate. Since the U.S., unlike other countries, estimates its GDP based on annual rates, that means for the …

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How they can brainwash you in a psych ward

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In the wake of the Batman murders, there is much speculation about what psychiatric drugs James Holmes may have been taking. People are realizing, as never before, the power of these drugs to cause homicidal behavior and damage the brain. In the case of the Marine, Brandon Raub, the “Facebook …

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JP Morgan criminal CEO Jamie Dimon: “It’s a free f**king country”

Jamie Dimon testimony

“I’m an outspoken defender of the truth,” JPMorgan CEO Jamie Dimon feverishly maintains in an interview published today. In the interview, he continuously contends that the press and the country have it all wrong about JP Morgan. He seemingly separates JP Morgan out from the current-leading  American banking foe of Europe, Goldman …

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Google begins launching Internet-beaming balloons

Google internet balloon

Google is launching Internet-beaming antennas into the stratosphere aboard giant, jellyfish-shaped balloons with the lofty goal of getting the entire planet online. Eighteen months in the works, the top-secret project was announced Saturday in New Zealand, where up to 50 volunteer households are already beginning to receive the Internet briefly on …

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How Greece was robbed by the bankers

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Every single mainstream media has the following narrative for the economic crisis in Greece: the government spent too much money and went broke; the generous banks gave them money, but Greece still can’t pay the bills because it mismanaged the money that was given. It sounds quite reasonable, right? Except …

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Who will profit from the wars in Iraq and Syria?

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If there’s one thing we should have learned over the past 13 years of war, it’s that war is good business for those in the business of war. Unfortunately, while profits for the Pentagon’s contractors increase, so does the cost to taxpayers in billions in waste, fraud, and abuse. As …

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HAARP: the ultimate military weapon

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Suffering from delusions of grandeur, hegemonic powers strenuously strive to subdue societies and sordidly seek to stretch their sphere of influence across the globe one way or another. These egregiously egotistical entities which, preposterously enough, regard themselves as the masters of the macrocosm, exhaust all options available to them to …

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Interviews with people who have just smoked DMT

DMT

Dimethyltryptamine is so hot right now. Ever since Enter the Void and DMT: The Spirit Molecule showed up on Netflix Instant, kids have been going gaga over this technology from another dimension. An extremely effective, naturally occurring psychedelic compound that’s simultaneously spiritual and more fun than bumper boats, DMT is perhaps most famous for …

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America’s descent into poverty

The United States has collapsed economically, socially, politically, legally, constitutionally, and environmentally. The country that exists today is not even a shell of the country into which I was born. In this article I will deal with America’s economic collapse. In subsequent articles, i will deal with other aspects of …

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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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The ultimate goal of the surveillance state

The surveillance state

Surveillance is coming at us from all angles. Chips, drones, TSA checkpoints, smart meters, back-doored electronic products, video cameras, spying home appliances; our phone calls and emails and keystrokes and product purchases are recorded. The government and its allied corporations will know whatever they want to know about us. What …

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