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95% of Greek ‘bailout’ money went to European Banks

Greek bailout European banks

I simply cannot stress enough how important Greece is to freedom, liberty and civilization across the globe. Greece is not a one-off, or merely a small nation in big trouble that holds little relevance for the rest of us. Greece is everything. What is happening to Greece follows the exact same …

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Wind power generates 140% of Denmark’s electricity demand

Wind power windfarm energy

So much power was produced by Denmark’s windfarms on Thursday that the country was able to meet its domestic electricity demand and export power to Norway, Germany and Sweden. On an unusually windy day, Denmark found itself producing 116% of its national electricity needs from wind turbines yesterday evening. By 3am on …

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Israel vs Palestine

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A brilliantly accurate educational and entertaining look at the situation between Israel and Palestine. The guys at Juice Rap News have knocked it out of the park with this one. SEE ALSO: – Nazi Germany 1940 = Zionist Israel 2013 – Israel an apartheid state? A majority of Jews say …

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20 places that don’t look real (20 pictures)

Mount Roraima South America

This is the beautiful world we inhabit… 1. Bamboo Forest (China) 2. Black Forest (Germany) 3. Fields of Tea (China) 4. Hang Son Doong (Vietnam) 5. Hitachi Seaside Park (Japan) 6. Lake Hillier (Australia) 7. Lake Retba (Sengal) 8. Antelope Canyon (USA) 9. Lavender Fields (France) 10. Mendenhall Ice Caves …

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Israeli PM Benjamin Netanyahu to be investigated over bribery and fraud

Israeli PM Benjamin Netanyahu bribery fraud investigation

Israeli online news agency Times of Israel reported a months-long inquiry into Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s affairs has taken a new twist on Monday, with police reportedly convinced that they will be able to open a full-blown criminal investigation against him in a matter of days. Israel’s Channel 2 reported police recently …

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China builds first all robot factory, replacing humans

China robot factory

Having devoured many of the world’s factory jobs, China is now handing them over to robots. As part of a major push towards automation, the first robots-only factory is being built in China’s Dongguan manufacturing hub, reducing human employees to a bare minimum. The factory, owned by Shenzhen Evenwin Precision Technology …

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Journalist blows whistle on how the CIA controls the media worldwide

Udo Ulfkotte journalist

“I was bribed by billionaires, I was bribed by the Americans to report…not exactly the truth.” – Udo Ulfkotte, a former editor of one of Germany’s main daily publications, Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung Some readers will see this and immediately dismiss it as Russian propaganda since the interview appeared on RT. This would be a serious …

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Russia admits it’s dumping USD and Euro for gold

Russia USD Euro Gold

Editor’s note: this article is sourced from RT so it’s straight from the Kremlin’s mouth  A message to other nations to follow suit perhaps? Russia is taking steps to ensure that it protects itself from any future dollar or euro sanctions. Moscow boasts the world’s 5th biggest foreign exchange reserves and …

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Russia and China planning joint gold trading platform

Russia China gold trading

The Bank of Russia and the People’s Bank of China want to create a joint platform that would unite gold trading by the world’s two biggest gold buying countries. “BRICS countries are large economies with large reserves of gold and an impressive volume of production and consumption of this precious …

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Look out silver, here comes solar demand

Solar Panels silver

In early July, Japan set a premium price for solar energy that was three times the rate of conventional power. This meant utility companies would be paid three times more for electricity sourced from solar. It’s widely expected that the premium will ignite the use of solar power – and …

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The History Of The Postcard In America

For something that seems like such a simple concept, postcards have quite a bit of history behind them.   Surprisingly, their production and usage were restricted quite a bit in their early days, but changes in their regulation allowed the postcard business to expand and became quite popular by the …

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List of countries destroyed by Hillary Clinton

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In an email sent to his business partner and Democratic fundraiser Jeffrey Leeds, former Secretary of State Colin Powell wrote of Hillary Clinton, “Everything HRC touches she kind of screws up with hubris.” Clinton’s tenure as Secretary of State during Barack Obama’s first term was an unmitigated disaster for many …

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Ultra concentrated media

Click on above image to zoom in. Vivendi Universal Vivendi, better known as a collossus of the privatized water industry – from Puerto Rico to Three Valleys Water in the UK – merged with media company Seagram in 2000. Europe’s answer to AOL Time Warner, Vivendi Universal has taken ‘convergence’ …

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Deutsche Bank admits to silver market rigging

Deutsche Bank silver fixing statues

Back in July of 2014, we reported that in an attempt to obtain if not compensation, then at least confirmation of bank manipulation in the precious metals industry, a group of silver bullion banks including Deutsche Bank, Bank of Nova Scotia and HSBC (later UBS was also added to the defendants) …

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Deutsche Bank is finished, Lehman Brothers 2.0

Deutsche Bank

Deutsche Bank bosses face a formidable task to drag its shares off a 30-year low, with reassurances about its capital levels doing little to improve investor confidence and few other options on the table to trigger a recovery. Germany’s flagship lender has trailed its rivals in bouncing back from the …

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Greece agrees to 3rd bailout deal, more austerity

Greece flag tatters

The Greek government announced it has struck an ambitious bailout deal with creditors aimed at securing around €86bn (£61bn) over three years in return for radical economic reforms to be pushed through parliament as early as this week. News of the agreement following a marathon 24-hour negotiating session at Athens’ …

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