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5 million farmers sue Monsanto for $7.7 billion

Harvesting Alfalfa

Launching a lawsuit against the very company that is responsible for a farmer suicide every 30 minutes, 5 million farmers are now suing Monsanto for as much as 6.2 billion euros (around 7.7 billion US dollars). The reason? As with many other cases, such as the ones that led certain farming …

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War on cash: Japan to introduce fingerprint currency

Japan fingerprint currency

The war on cash just got serious, and of course, it is the extreme policy experimenters of Japan that are pushing the boundaries. Having dived headlong into negative interest rates, Japanee policymakers recognize full well the historical reaction of “hording cash” will not ‘create’ the nirvana of 2% inflation and …

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FCC launching huge internet tax

FCC internet tax money

Get ready for another transfer of wealth via government confiscation. The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) is ready to tax internet service in order to fund its Connect America Fund boondoggle. As is usually the case in corporatist nations – Mussolini told us corporatism is the essence of fascism – mega-corporations …

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Triple-digit silver prices coming

Silver bullion 999

The head of a major silver mining company says he thinks we will see triple-digit silver prices in the near future. Keith Neumeyer serves as CEO of First Majestic Silver Corp. The company ranks as the second largest silver producer in Mexico – the world’s leading country in silver production. Neumeyer …

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Medical marijuana now legal in Australia

Australia medical marijuana legal

The Australian parliament passed new national laws today paving the way for the use of medicinal cannabis by people with painful and chronic illness. Amendments to the Narcotic Drugs Act permit both legally-grown cannabis for the manufacture of medicinal cannabis products in Australia. The changes, proposed earlier this month by the …

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China wants to strengthen military ties with Iran

Iran and China military alliance

China wants to strengthen its military ties with Iran, the nation’s Defense Minister said today, confirming Beijing’s commitment to expand diplomatic and political connections with Tehran despite concerns over the Islamic Republic’s nuclear program. The Defense Minister of the People’s Republic of China Chang Wanquan said that the two nations’ …

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Sears Holdings Corp Announces More Store Closures

Sears Holdings Corp is cutting costs by any means. The corporation’s latest efforts to save a dollar, and itself, involves closing eight of its namesake department stores along with 35 Kmart locations throughout the nation. Sears executives believe that such a move will reduce the cost of square footage the company …

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Fighting ISIS: $1.1bn already spent, ‘30 years of war’ to come

F:A-18F Super Hornet

As the Pentagon reports spending of over $1 billion on bombing ISIS in Iraq and Syria, ex-Defense Secretary Leon Panetta says the fight against the Islamist movement may take as long as 30 years. Since mid-June, when militants from the Islamic State (also known as ISIS, or ISIL) launched their …

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Establishment is losing control over the people: Nigel Farage

Nigel Farage establishment losing control

“The Empire is befuddled,” at Brexit, exclaims Nigel Farage, telling Alex Jones that globalist establishment is clueless on how to regain control. In a wonderfully frank interview, Farage explained that the establishment’s “problem is that it’s fighting this argument on several fronts at once.” “We’ve got the American elections going on, we’ve got a big referendum …

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IMF approves Chinese yuan to rival US dollar on the global stage

International Chinese yuan IMF SDR

From Filip Karinja, for Birch Gold Group As we predicted it would happen, the International Monetary Fund (IMF) made a historic decision this week in international finance by adding the Chinese yuan into its basket of currencies that make up the global exchange unit known as the SDR. Created back in 1969, the SDR (Special …

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Snowden seeks asylum in Iceland

Icelandic flag

Iceland has been informally contacted by an intermediary who stated that NSA leaker, former CIA contractor Edward Snowden, wants asylum in the Nordic island-state, Reuters reports. The difficulty though is that he is not in the country. WikiLeaks spokesman Kristinn Hrafnsson wrote in Icelandic daily Frettabladid that a middleman had …

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81% of Syrians believe the US created ISIS

US created ISIS in Syria

More than 81 percent of Syrians believe the United States and its allies are behind the creation of the Islamic State terrorist group, a recent survey found. Conducted by research firm ORB International, the survey questioned 1,365 Syrians throughout the country on matters regarding the Islamic State and the nation’s …

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Americans sign petition to nuke Russia

Petition to nuke Russia Mark Dice

Media analyst Mark Dice asked beachgoers in San Diego, California to sign a petition supporting President Obama‘s supposed plan to launch of preemptive nuclear attack against Russia to help keep the United States of America the world’s leading superpower. The results are disturbing. You can see more videos like this one …

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CIA spending $1 billion a year to arm and train Syrian ‘rebels’

Syria rebels CIA training terrorists

Key lawmakers have moved to slash funding of a secret CIA operation to train and arm rebels in Syria, a move that U.S. officials said reflects rising skepticism of the effectiveness of the agency program and the Obama administration’s strategy in the Middle East. The House Intelligence Committee recently voted …

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White House response to anti mandatory vaccine petition

White House response We The People vaccine petition

With the White House finally responding to the petition to pardon NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden with a big fat ‘NO’, the government went one step further and responded to an anti mandatory vaccine petition with a similar response. Both ‘We the People’ petitions exceeded the necessary 100,000 signatures, despite efforts to freeze the signature …

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Food inflation will affect entire globe in 2013

Food Inflation

Grocery prices in the United States have risen steadily for months now, but because of the drought here at home and other global market forces, food costs are set to skyrocket around the world as well, say experts. In addition to parched farmland throughout much of the U.S. and near …

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