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DHS purchases 200 million more rounds of ammunition

Riot police

Additional purchase includes bullets designated for snipers. Following controversy over its purchase of around 1.2 billion bullets in the last six months alone, the Department of Homeland Security has put out a new solicitation for over 200 million more rounds of ammunition, some of which are designated to be used …

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United Nations envisions transhumanist future where man is obsolete

The Global Future 2045 International Congress, led by iconic futurist Ray Kurzweil and held in Moscow a few months back, lays out a stark vision of the future for neo-humanity where AI, cybernetics, nanotech and other emerging technologies replace mankind– an openly transhumanist vision now being steered by the elite, but which emerged …

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Vaccines have been based on medical fraud for over a hundred years

The concept of vaccinating to immunize began in 1796, when British apothecary (pharmacist) Edward Jenner inserted cowpox pus under the skin of an eight year old boy. Jenner based his experiment on an unsubstantiated rumor that anyone who had experienced cowpox would be immune to smallpox. Over the next couple …

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Does China plan a Gold-backed Renminbi?

We expect the Chinese central bank to continue gradually accumulating gold, and we think that it might be planning a gold backing for the renminbi. If that were to happen, international acceptance would soar. Not for nothing was the enormous amount of gold reserves in the United States (N.B. the US …

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10 reasons why the chemical attack in Syria was a false flag operation

10 reasons chemical attack Syria false flag

The sarin-gas attack story prompted the US missile strike on a Syrian runway. Here are the top ten reasons for doubting that story, and instead calling it a convenient pretext: ONE: Photos show rescue workers treating/decontaminating people injured or killed in the gas attack. The workers aren’t wearing gloves or …

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Whistleblower who revealed CIA torture sentenced to prison

John Kiriakou CIA

Former CIA agent John Kiriakou pleaded guilty Tuesday morning to crimes related to blowing the whistle on the US government’s torture of suspected terrorists and was sentenced to two-and-a-half years in prison. The Wall Street Journal reports that Kiriakou, 48, agreed to admit to one count of disclosing information identifying …

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Chaos in Athens: Greece takes austerity protests to new level

Protest austerity Greece

Demonstrators and police clashed in Athens Wednesday, with tens of thousands gathering to protest in front of the Greek parliament. Demonstrators threw Molotov cocktails, while police used water cannons, tear gas and batons to disperse the crowd. A bus stop and kiosk were set on fire, according to RT correspondent …

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Heartbleed: the next cyber false flag to control the internet

Heartbleed

Dire warnings about Heartbleed, a serious internet security risk affecting millions of websites, is echoing across the internet today. Described as a flaw in OpenSSL, the open source encryption technology used by the vast majority of web servers, Heartbleed is said to put HTTPS e-commerce websites at risk. The bug “can …

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Bankers Bag Nobel Peace Prize

European Union flags fly in front of the European Commission headquarters in Brussels

For the millions of Europeans now protesting against brutal austerity measures, awarding the Nobel Peace Prize to the European Union must seem no less unthinkable had the Committee of Five handed their tarnished trophy to Anders Breivik, the nationalist who indiscriminately killed 77 people last year in a madman’s attempt …

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Australia and US spied on Indonesia during UN summit

Australian Prime Minister Kevin Rudd (left) and President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono

Then Australian Prime Minister Kevin Rudd (left) and President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono. Australia and the US worked side by side on a large-scale joint surveillance operation on Indonesia, during the 2007 UN climate change conference in Bali, a new report from the NSA leaker, Edward Snowden, has revealed. In 2007, …

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Wal-Mart profit forecast drops, stock has steepest decline in 25yrs

Walmart

WalMart has warned that higher wages as well as spending on e-commerce and lower prices would cut earnings per share as much as 12 per cent next fiscal year, sparking the steepest one-day decline in the company’s shares in 25 years. Wal-Mart faces tough competition on multiple fronts, from the …

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Israel caught supporting Al-Qaeda terrorists from Syria

FSA

Israel is sending military vehicles into Syria to pick up wounded Al-Qaeda terrorists involved in the fight against the Syrian Army before patching them up and sending them back into battle, another startling example of how the Zionist state is working with its supposedly sworn enemies to topple President Bashar …

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

Federal Treasurer Joe Hockey

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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Government finally admits that 9/11 toxins caused cancers

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The US government has decided to recognize around 50 different types of cancer that victims of the 9/11 terrorist attacks have been diagnosed with after more than a decade-long wait that has left hundreds dead without proper care or diagnosis. Civilians and first responders that survived the September 11, 2001 …

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United States airdrops 50 tons of ammo to ISIS linked terrorists in Syria

United States airdrop Syria to ISIS

U.S. officials confirmed on Monday the Obama administration has air dropped 112 pallets of ammunition to jihadist fighters in Syria. CNN reports: C-17s, accompanied by fighter escort aircraft, dropped small arms ammunition and other items like hand grenades in Hasakah province in northern Syria to a coalition of rebels groups vetted …

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Investing in Online Casino Gambling – a Post-Brexit Strategy

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After the political events of 2016, the landscape for investors has never looked so uncertain. The unexpected Brexit vote has created an air of uncertainty around financial markets, and the compounding effects of a Trump presidency have combined to make the climate for investment decidedly more lukewarm. As traditional markets …

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