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Americans warned bank ‘bail-ins’ coming

Experts say institutions will grab deposits without warning With the United States facing a $17 trillion debt and an acidic debate in Washington over raising that debt limit on top of a potential government shutdown, Congress could mimic recent European action to let banks initiate a “bail-in” to blunt future …

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Election 2012: How the winner will destroy America

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After all the hollow and uninspired elections that this country has suffered through over the past several decades, one might think that at some point long ago the American public would have finally struck a plateau of disenfranchisement; that we could sink no further into despondency, that there is a …

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Day 2: people of Spain unite and occupy criminal government

Thousands of Spaniards have returned to Madrid’s Plaza de Neptune to protest the latest, highly contentious wave of austerity measures, following a violent police crackdown on Tuesday. For the second day running, thousands of demonstrators led by the so-called indignados, or outraged, descended on the square – some 100 meters …

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Leaked: Troika requires 6-day working week in Greece

A leaked email sent to the Greek Ministries of Finance and Labor from the Troika says Greek private sector workers should work six days a week and longer hours. The letter, which was published on August 31, shows that the Troika expects the Labor Ministry to implement a number of …

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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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US debt collectors cash in on $1 trillion in student loans

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Most US college students hope to land a good job with a high salary after graduation. But for some the reality is very different. Many find themselves faced with insurmountable debt – and a loan industry that’s happy to cash in on their misfortune. As the number of people taking …

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How to pay off your personal debts

Are you unsettled by the current state of your finances? Would you do anything to turn your life around? Are you ready to put the work in? If your answer to these questions is yes, this is your chance to go debt free. Once you have paid off your personal …

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Australia doomed: debt ceiling raised $200b, central bank given $8.8b

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The Federal Government has given the Reserve Bank of Australia a $8.8 billion one-off grant to help it manage future economic crises. The money will be added to a fund used to offset the central bank’s exposure to risky financial assets. Federal Treasurer Joe Hockey says Australia’s economy continues to …

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Gold, silver and a major October surprise – Celente

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Today top trends forecaster Gerald Celente told King World News, “They (central planners) are going to destroy the money, and they are going to do everything to try to keep the gold and silver markets down.”  Celente warned about a major “October surprise.” He cautioned, “Anything could happen at any time. …

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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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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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Goldman Sachs takes over America and now Europe

While ordinary people fret about austerity and jobs, the eurozone’s corridors of power have been undergoing a remarkable transformation. More and more emerges about the role of ruthless scam bank Goldman Sachs as the main tool of the bankster elite for a relentless, hostile takeover of a Luciferian one world government. This …

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Moody’s strips the UK of its AAA rating

Moody’s Investors Service has today downgraded the domestic- and foreign-currency government bond ratings of the United Kingdom by one notch to Aa1 from Aaa. The outlook on the ratings is now stable. The key interrelated drivers of today’s action are: 1. The continuing weakness in the UK’s medium-term growth outlook, …

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Millions across Europe protest banker induced austerity

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Massive anti-austerity strikes and protests swept across Europe as millions took to the streets to express their frustration over rising unemployment and dire economic prospects. Many rallies ended with violent clashes with police. Workers marched in 23 countries across Europe to mark the European Day of Action and Solidarity. General …

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Anti-Austerity Anger: Greeks take to streets

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Thousands have taken to the streets throughout Greece to protest the drastic budget cuts proposed by the government. Minor scuffles with riot police took place in Thessaloniki after some youths set rubbish on fire and burned an EU flag. In Athens some 2,000 pensioners marched through the city to protest …

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‘Remember, Remember’: Anonymous marks November 5 with hacks and protests

A worldwide day of protests and cyber attacks against governments, banks and security firms has been launched by Hacker collective Anonymous to mark Guy Fawkes Day. Hundreds of people marched in London, while another rally hit Washington, DC. Around 200 Anonymous supporters, according to RT’s London Bureau, assembled in London’s …

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