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Another ex-CEO banker found dead along with wife and daughter

ABN Amro

A mere two weeks since former JPMorgan banker, Kenneth Bellando jumped to his death, Bloomberg reports that the former CEO of Dutch Bank ABN Amro (and his wife and daughter) were found dead at their home after a possible “family tragedy.” This expands the dismal list of senior financial services executive deaths to …

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9/11 families sue Saudi Arabia for involvement in terrorist attack

9/11 families Saudi Arabia terrorist attack

In a stunning lawsuit seeking to hold Saudi Arabia accountable for 9/11, the families of 800 victims have filed a lawsuit accusing the Saudis of complicity in the worst terror attacks on American soil. The legal action, filed in federal court in Manhattan, details a scenario of involvement by Saudi …

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A map of all the countries the United States has invaded

Map countries invaded by USA

From Montezuma to the shores of Tripoli, the US has had a military presence across the world, from almost day one of her independence. What constitutes invasion? As one map below shows, the US has a military presence in much of the world without being an occupying force (though some would …

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Iran’s cyber warfare commander killed: Israeli Mossad?

Mojtaba Ahmadi assassinated

The commander of Iran’s cyber warfare program has been killed in an alleged assassination, according to media reports. Iran has accused outside forces of perpetrating the attack. Iran’s head of cyber warfare, Mojtaba Ahmadi, was last seen leaving home and heading to work on Saturday, according to The Telegraph. Later, …

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Families of assassinated Iranian scientists’ sue Israel, US, UK

The families of Iranian nuclear scientists assassinated by foreign-backed terrorists have filed a lawsuit against Israel, the United States and the United Kingdom, for their involvement in the murders. Rahim Ahmadi Roshan, father of Iranian scientist Mostafa Ahmadi Roshan, who was killed in a terrorist attack in January, told a …

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The most heavily bombed country on Earth

Unexpoded bombs in Laos

Editor’s note: Unknown to most Laos is the most heavily bombed country on earth per capita. The effects of the Vietnam war still haunt the Lao people to this very day. Wars benefit no one but the people profiting from them. Every day, Manixia Thor and her team of 20 …

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Saudi Arabia’s King Abdullah dead

Saudi King Abdullah bin Abdul Aziz al-Saud

Saudi Arabia‘s King Abdullah has died, state television reported early on Friday and his brother Salman became king, it said in a statement attributed to Salman. King Salman has called on the family’s Allegiance Council to pay allegiance to Muqrin as his crown prince and heir. “His Highness Salman bin …

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RBS traders boast of making major $$$ by rigging interest rates

RBS libor

Senior traders at Royal Bank of Scotland boasted about operating a “cartel” that made “amazing” amounts of money by rigging interest rates, it has been disclosed. Internal messages revealed in court documents apparently show how traders claimed they could manipulate Libor, which is used to set borrowing costs for millions …

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Body of WSJ energy markets reporter found in river

David Bird WSJ reporter

A body found in a New Jersey river has been positively identified as David Bird, a Wall Street Journal reporter who disappeared more than a year ago, officials said on Thursday. Dental records were used to identify Bird, 55, an energy markets reporter at the Journal, published by News Corp …

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Over 400 companies that aren’t using GMOs in their products

Non GMO project VERIFIED

If you want to keep eating poison food, you can join the ‘scientists’ who keep spewing Monsanto-funded lies. They are telling us that genetically altered crops are good for us and the environment – that they are, in fact, a necessity to feed the world population. They say all of …

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Scotland: every child to have “State Guardian” from birth

Cute baby

Dystopian plan would see government social worker assigned to spy on every family Every child in Scotland is to be assigned a “state minder” from birth under draconian new proposals that would enable the government to spy on families under the justification of preventing “child abuse”. Writing in the Scotsman …

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Rand Paul calls for release of hidden 9/11 documents

Rand Paul Families of 9:11 Victims and Survivors Transparency Act

Today, presidential candidate and U.S. Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.), U.S. Representatives Walter Jones (R-N.C.), Stephen F. Lynch (D-Mass.), and Thomas Massie (R-Ky.) and former U.S. Senator Bob Graham (D-Fl.) stood today with family members of victims of the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks to announce new bipartisan legislation, S.1471, known …

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US dollar will not survive 2015

US dollar burning

Editor’s note: by ‘survive’ we are referring to the fact that the US dollar will soon lose major purchasing power. Just like it has lost over 98% since the Federal Reserve came into being in 1913. By Jim Willie, GoldenJackass.com In the closing months of 2014, on numerous occasions the position …

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Lobbying scandal engulfs Bilderberg

Club Bilderberg

Secrecy at the Bilderberg conference – where corporate kingpins, government officials, and royals meet – is receiving renewed attention following the LIBOR scandal and a more recent one at the House of Lords. In the latter case, two members of the Labor Party, Brian Mackenzie and Jack Cunningham, and Ulster Unionist …

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Dollar no longer primary oil currency as China begins to sell oil using Yuan

oil pump man

On Sept. 11, Pastor Lindsey Williams, former minister to the global oil companies during the building of the Alaskan pipeline, announced the most significant event to affect the U.S. dollar since its inception as a currency. For the first time since the 1970’s, when Henry Kissinger forged a trade agreement with the Royal house of …

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A Personal Loan for Holiday Shopping; What You Should Consider

The holidays are an exciting time of the year. Families set up Christmas trees. They decorate their homes with tinsel and lights. Christmas music plays everywhere. Families attend night church services featuring Christmas carols and children’s plays. These are all exciting, but nothing beats the biggest activity of the season; …

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