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The whistleblower who cost JPMorgan $9 billion speaks out

JPMorgan whistleblower Alayne Fleischmann

A whistleblower whose evidence prompted one of America’s biggest banks to pay out $9 billion to avoid federal prosecution has spoken out for the first time about her battle to reveal the truth. Alayne Fleischmann was a lawyer with JP Morgan in 2006 who tried to alert her managers to …

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US, UK and France training Syrian rebels in Jordan

Free Syrian Army fighters

Free Syrian Army fighters. Foreign instructors are training Syrian rebels in modern warfare in Jordan, suggest media reports from Europe. Sources claim the trainees will be the security force if Assad goes, while the combat skills they are being taught distort the picture. In the past three months some 200 …

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Why Australia can’t avoid a recession

Steve Keen Australia recession

By Filip Karinja On the 28th July 2016, Professor of Economics at Kingston University, Steve Keen, gave a presentation on the outlook of the Australian economy at The Royal Society of Victoria located in Melbourne. The British-based economist and author of the popular Debunking Economics book considers himself to be …

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The 2017 ASX Australian investor study top 10 findings

Top 10 2017 ASX Australian investor study

The 2017 ASX Australian investor study results were recently released, here are the top 10 findings from the report: 1 – 60% of Australian adults or 11.2 million people hold investments outside of their institutional superannuation fund. 2 – 37% of Australian adults or 6.9 million people hold investments that are available …

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Will Americans Today Ever Be Able to Retire?

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We are living in very uncertain times.  Global tensions are mounting to new heights, and politicians on both the right and the left are polarizing. The future of Social Security and Medicare is uncertain. Even so, many Americans are unaware of the deeper crisis brewing quietly throughout the country—one which …

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China calls for new global currency to replace US dollar

Gold Chinese Dragon

China is calling for a global currency to replace the dominant dollar, showing a growing assertiveness on revamping the world economy ahead of next week’s London summit on the financial crisis. The surprise proposal by Beijing’s central bank governor reflects unease about its vast holdings of U.S. government bonds and …

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Murder is the foreign policy of the United States

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Washington has a long history of massacring people, for example, the destruction of the Plains Indians by the Union war criminals Sherman and Sheridan and the atomic bombs dropped on Japanese civilian populations, but Washington has progressed from periodic massacres to full-time massacring. From the Clinton regime forward, massacre of …

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European Central Bank to start buying private-sector debt

Benoît Coeuré ECB

The European Central Bank will start buying private-sector debt instruments within days with the aim of raising the bank’s holdings of assets and steering money to the economy, ECB executive board member Benoît Coeuré said Friday. The purchases “will have the objective to steer the balance sheet of the ECB …

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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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Goldman Sachs fined $5.1 billion over mortgage-backed securities fraud

Goldman Sachs fined 5.1 billion

Goldman Sachs said it agreed to a $5.1 billion civil settlement to resolve federal and state probes into its handling of mortgage-backed securities before the 2008 financial crisis. The proposed deal, which the Wall Street giant announced in a Thursday statement, would settle “actual and potential civil claims” by the US Justice Department and …

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Iceland sticks it to international bankers and writes off massive mortgage debt

Iceland

Iceland’s government has announced that it will be writing off up to 24,000 euros ($32,600) of every household’s mortgage, fulfilling its election promise, despite overwhelming criticism from international financial institutions. The measure was introduced by the country’s prime minister, Sigmundur David Gunnlaugsson, the leader of the Progressive Party which won …

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HSBC closes UK bank accounts held by Syrians

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HSBC has been accused of “shamelessly profiling” its customers by ethnicity after it closed bank accounts belonging to Syrian refugees and students in the UK just days after it was accused of discriminating against Muslim clients. Documents and email correspondence obtained by The Independent show that HSBC, which styles itself as the …

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The US will be on a gold standard in 12 to 24 months – Schiff

Gold Standard America Peter Schiff

Today Peter Schiff stunned King World News when he said the US will be back on a gold standard “… in a year or two.” Schiff also said, “I would have expected a (financial) collapse to have already happened.”  Schiff went on to warn, “… at this point I’m going to …

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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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Why Trump’s Wall Would Never Work In The UK

The whole world was left shocked and stunned when President Donald Trump declared that he would be having an “impenetrable, physical, tall, powerful, beautiful, southern border wall” built between the USA and Mexico. As it stands the border is around 1,900 miles long and takes in various terrains. Trump’s wall …

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S&P to pay $1.4 billion settlement for defrauding investors

S&P Standard and Poor's

One of the world’s biggest credit rating agencies has agreed to pay United States prosecutors nearly $1.4 billion to settle claims it defrauded investors ahead of the 2008 financial crisis. Under the terms of the settlement acknowledged on Tuesday this week, Wall Street giant Standard & Poor’s will pay a …

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