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Zbigniew Brzezinski, strategist for the New World Order, dies at 89

Zbigniew Brzezinski dead

Zbigniew Brzezinski, one of the most influential US political thinkers at the height of the Cold War, has died aged 89, according to his daughter. The advocate of US hegemony, Brzezinski, authored numerous proposals to bring down the Soviet Union. “My father passed away peacefully tonight,” his daughter and MSNBC …

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Israeli PM Benjamin Netanyahu to be investigated over bribery and fraud

Israeli PM Benjamin Netanyahu bribery fraud investigation

Israeli online news agency Times of Israel reported a months-long inquiry into Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s affairs has taken a new twist on Monday, with police reportedly convinced that they will be able to open a full-blown criminal investigation against him in a matter of days. Israel’s Channel 2 reported police recently …

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Iceland’s Pirate Party set to win election on Saturday

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Iceland’s national election is likely to bring unprecedented results, with a new poll suggesting the Pirate Party will win. Led by a poet and former WikiLeaks activist, it’s running on an anti-corruption campaign against the financial and political elite. An opinion poll conducted by the Social Science Research Institute of …

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Canada sells off its remaining gold reserves

Canada selling gold reserves

Canada is selling off most of its remaining gold reserves, mainly by selling gold coins, figures from the Bank of Canada and Finance Department show. The country held just $19 million US worth of gold as of last Monday. Through most of 2015, the country’s gold reserves stood at more than …

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UK government responds to ‘arrest Netanyahu petition’

Arrest Netanyahu petition

Below is the Response of the Petitions Team of the British parliament concerning the petition, calling for Netanyahu’s arrest, signed by more than 108,000 British citizens and residents. It was sent out at 9.40pm GMT on September 8, 2015. It has all the appearances of a “fast track decision” taken on the 8th …

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7 countries bombed by Nobel Peace Prize winner Barack Obama

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As the United States renews a bombing campaign against ISIS forces in Syria, it seems like America’s penchant for waging war knows no bounds. During the first seven years of Barack Obama’s presidency, the U.S. bombed seven countries while supporting other destabilizing military actions throughout the Middle East. Here’s a …

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Fluoride in drinking water linked to thyroid problems

Woman drinking glass of water fluoride

Fluoride could be causing depression and weight gain and councils should stop adding it to drinking water to prevent tooth decay, scientists have warned. A study of 98 per cent of GP practices in England found that high rates of underactive thyroid were 30 per cent more likely in areas …

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Sugary soft drinks linked to accelerated DNA ageing – study

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Consumption of sugary soda drinks such as cola and lemonade may be linked to accelerated DNA ageing, say researchers who have studied the impact of the drinks in more than 5,000 people. High-sugar fizzy drinks have been under fire from campaigners for contributing to obesity and type-2 diabetes, but this …

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The life and crimes of Eric Holder

Eric Holder

The announcement of U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder’s resignation today has fueled speculation as to why the controversial figure has chosen to step down. Holder, who was recently found to be the least popular politician in the United States according to a Hart Research poll, is arguably the most criminal government official …

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Australian PM: freedom must be given up for security

Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott

Australia aims to strengthen security by introducing new legislation to combat homegrown terrorism, said PM Tony Abbott. The new laws will criminalize travel to some conflict areas and grant authorities broader access to citizens’ communications. “Regrettably, for some time to come, the delicate balance between freedom and security may have …

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Australia to create internet tax to fund spying on citizens

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The Australian government is pushing to implement a ”surveillance tax” on the people of the country in order to pay for a mandate that would see communications companies retaining data on customers for two years. In a disturbing development that should serve as a warning to Americans, the Australian Attorney-General …

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France caught planning false flag terror attack in Britain

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French intelligence services planned to stage a terror attack in Britain and then blame it on neo-nazis in a bid to assassinate Muslim hate preacher Abu Hamza, according to an investigation by pressure group Hope Not Hate. Following the 1999 nail-bombing campaign in London, carried out by far-right terrorist David …

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Australia facing debt crisis

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Australia’s upper house rejected a proposal to raise the debt ceiling to AU$500 billion ($465 billion), which if not resolved by December 12, could send the country into a US shutdown scenario. Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott has promised he will lift the debt ceiling of the world’s 12th-largest economy …

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Australian bank class action ‘could be worth billions’

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Promoters of a class action for “victims” of Commonwealth Bank’s $2.1 billion takeover of Bankwest in 2008 say it could be the largest litigation of its type, worth billions of dollars. Anti-bank advocate Geoff Shannon, who founded the Unhappy Banking website, said yesterday he had secured the backing of an …

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Queen’s income set to rise for second year running

Queen

The Queen will receive a 5% rise in her income after the Crown Estate, from which she is paid, reported an increase in its profits. The Sovereign Grant, which funds the Queen’s spending as Head of State, will rise in 2014 from £36.1m to £37.89m. The grant is calculated as …

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Iranian rial currency targeted for destruction

Iran Rial

Effective July 1st, the United States has authorized new sanctions directly targeting the already-devalued Iranian rial with penalties for transacting or holding the currency outside of Iran. This represents the first time that the U.S. has focused specifically on the Iranian monetary unit itself and the ninth set of sanctions …

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Pictures of the new $2 billion NSA spy center in Utah

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The NSA’s Utah Data Center, located 25 miles south of Salt Lake City. The National Security Agency (NSA) is in the information harvesting business — and business is booming. That’s why the nation’s premier covert intelligence gathering organization has been building a million square-foot data mining complex in Bluffdale, Utah, …

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