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How Greece was robbed by the bankers

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Every single mainstream media has the following narrative for the economic crisis in Greece: the government spent too much money and went broke; the generous banks gave them money, but Greece still can’t pay the bills because it mismanaged the money that was given. It sounds quite reasonable, right? Except …

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6 Strategies to Deal with Financial Emergencies

Financial emergencies are an unfortunate fact of life, so it’s better to be prepared for when they occur than to bury your head in the sand and hope you get lucky. When it happened to me, the stress of not knowing where the money was going to come from or …

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End of Peak Oil: 200-year supply of oil in one single shale formation

There’s plenty of oil, and even the global elites can’t hide it anymore. GAO: Recoverable Oil in Colorado, Utah, Wyoming ‘About Equal to Entire World’s Proven Oil Reserves’ … The Green River Formation – an assemblage of over 1,000 feet of sedimentary rocks that lie beneath parts of Colorado, Utah, …

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Stop Watching Us rally challenges NSA spying

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Demonstarators carry signs at “Stop Watching Us: A Rally Against Mass Surveillance” march near the U.S. Capitol in Washington, October 26, 2013. Twelve years after Americans were stripped of their rights in the name of fighting terrorism, thousands have gathered in Washington DC to protest unconstitutional NSA spying programs revealed …

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Veterans using ayahuasca to cure depression and PTSD

Ayahuasca military veteran PTSD psychological trauma

After surviving firefights and a roadside bomb in Afghanistan, U.S. Army veteran Asa Barrett tried antidepressant drugs and therapy to overcome depression and bouts of anger. Nothing worked. But then, like many other foreigners, he journeyed to Peru’s remote Amazonian jungle to drink ayahuasca, a centuries-old, sacred indigenous brew that some Western …

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The 10 point plan to defeat GMOs

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Monsanto seems intent on taking over the food supply of the entire world. Their sterile, toxic seeds are in every corner of the globe.  Hungary recently made headlines for burning 1000 acres of fields of GMO crops to the ground. Dozens of nations have banned, or at the very least, …

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How Puerto Rico can rebuild and become a powerhouse economy

How Puerto Rico can rebuild economy

After a particularly devastating hurricane season, Puerto Rico has an uncertain future. Already mismanaged and saddled with debt, the island territory now faces the virtually insurmountable task of rebuilding its infrastructure and economy. But amidst the rubble and heartache lies one of the greatest opportunities in the modern era not …

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Banking scandal: how document trail reveals global scam

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It’s not a comfortable weekend for the men heading some of the world’s biggest banks. Barclays has already been hit by a £290m fine for rigging interest rates but that could be dwarfed by a series of global lawsuits which could cost banks billions. The interest rate rigging scandal that …

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24 hard facts about 9/11 that cannot be debunked

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9/11 has been one of the biggest events in recent history that sparked a mass awakening across the world. There has been much debate as to how it happened, who is responsible and why. To this day about 1/3 of americans do not believe the official story. In other areas of the …

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Egypt to expose Obama admin funding the Muslim Brotherhood

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The evidence is mounting that the military government currently ruling Egypt has decided to embarrass the Obama administration as part of a strategy to suppress Muslim Brotherhood activity in Egypt. Last week, WND reported that Tehani al-Gebali, the vice president of the Supreme Constitutional Court of Egypt, gave a speech and participated …

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What to look for before joining an online casino

If you are thinking of joining an online gaming site, or if you already play at one but are looking for something better; there are a few things you should keep an eye out for. Choosing a bad casino can have drastic consequences further down the line, therefore it is …

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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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FBI: Questioning 9/11 makes you a potential terrorist

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A Department of Justice memo instructs local police, under a program named “communities against terrorism,” to consider anyone who harbors “conspiracy theories” about 9/11 to be a potential terrorist. The memo thus adds 9/11-official-story skeptics to a growing list of targets described by federal law enforcement to be security threats, …

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5 Mobile App Development Trends for 2020

Mobile app development is a field in which processes today and constantly evolving. There are new development paths being discovered every day.  Engineers have been introducing new languages and environments that are making the development process easy in terms of result, but complex in terms of understanding at times.  Android, …

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America’s second great depression

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For nearly three decades, corporations, banks, and the ultra-wealthy have reaped financial rewards from America’s bubble economy at the expense of working-class Americans. During this stretch, the majority of the gains from US productivity have been disproportionately distributed to the top income earners. Over the years, these inequities have accumulated …

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What happens after Brexit?

When it comes to “Plan B” Europe is funny: it never has one. The best example is, of course, Greece most notably from an April 2013 press conference, when Mario Draghi responded to a question from Zero Hedge readers about a worst case scenario for Greece. This was the exchange that …

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