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Did the CIA kill Malcolm X’s grandson?

Malcolm X grandson

I never met Malcolm Shabazz, the outspoken activist whose grandfather, Malcolm X, was the most influential African-American of the 20th century. Now I will never meet him. According to reports, Malcolm Shabazz was recently murdered in Mexico. I had been hoping to get to know Malcolm Shabazz at last February’s …

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US mission in Benghazi was a CIA operation

When the bodies of Ambassador Christopher Stevens and three other Americans killed in Benghazi, Libya, arrived at Andrews Air Force Base after the Sept. 11 attack, they were greeted by the president, the vice president and the secretaries of state and defense. Conspicuously absent was CIA Director David Petraeus. Officials …

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15 reasons Gold & Silver are now heading higher

Gold, silver, platinum and palladium have all recently moved up in price, with platinum, silver and gold leading the complex. Below are 15 reasons why. Gold is teasing the $1700 psychological resistance marker, whilst silver has broken out above $30, and will now begin targeting the many resistance points in …

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How corporations bought Hillary Clinton for $21 million

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“Follow the money.” That telling phrase, which has come to summarize the Watergate scandal, has been a part of the lexicon since 1976. It’s shorthand for political corruption: At what point do “contributions” become bribes, “constituent services” turn into quid pro quos and “charities” become slush funds? Ronald Reagan was …

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Turkey warzone: Thousands of protesters try to reclaim Taksim Square

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Riot police have fired volleys of tear gas as thousands of protesters are trying to reclaim Taksim after being forced out in fierce clashes with law enforcement. Thick smoke blankets the square. Turkish riot police are driving thousands into narrow side streets, Reuters report citing witnesses, with water cannon vehicles …

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Petraeus’ resignation will stop him from testifying about Benghazi

Former CIA Director David Petraeus’ resignation today, following his confession of an extramarital affair, seemed to come out of nowhere, and has raised a plethora of questions that will need to be answered in the coming days. It’s worth asking: was this in any way connected to the September 11 attack …

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12 reasons not to attack Syria

US strike

The USA and it’s “coalition of the reluctant and/or unwilling” are now confronted with at least twelve very good reasons why they should abandon their plans to unlawfully attack the sovereign nation of Syria. The Obama Administration has been inundated with responses from every quarter of American society and the …

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Top 50 safest global banks

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For banking safely, global citizens had better go to the local government. And pretty much avoid the U.S. At least that seems to be the take away from Global Finance Magazine’s ranking of  the world’s safest banks.  The top 9 banks in the magazine’s World’s 50 Safest Banks list are …

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A history of the world: BRIC by BRIC

Goldman Sachs — via economist Jim O’Neill — invented the concept of a rising new bloc on the planet: BRICS (Brazil, Russia, India, China, South Africa). Some cynics couldn’t help calling it the “Bloody Ridiculous Investment Concept.” Not really. Goldman now expects the BRICS countries to account for almost 40% of global gross domestic product …

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Egyptian protesters break through barricades outside Morsi’s palace

Protesters have breached barricades outside Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi’s palace as both supporters and opponents of the president gather throughout Cairo for rival rallies over a disputed draft constitution. The rallies come just before Saturday’s constitutional referendum. Several hundred protesters using makeshift equipment pulled apart concrete and metal barricades, forcing …

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Soros and Paulson load up on gold

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Legendary investors are aggressively building up positions in the precious metal. Gold exchange-traded funds have reached a record $145.1bn beating the gold reserves of every country except the United States and Germany. This year ETF (Gold exchange-traded funds) investors bought 247 tons of gold – more than the annual production of …

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Will Israel hack the US banking system computers and falsely blame it on Iran?

Zionist false flag Israel Netanyahu

…or will Israel blow up something and falsely blame it on Iran instead? According to U.S. officials, Israel is training and supporting Iranian terrorists who are trying to topple the Iranian government. Those Israeli-funded terrorists have faked documents to falsely indicate that Iran is building a nuclear bomb. 1 Israel has admitted to previous use of false …

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Al-Qaeda murders U.S. ambassador and 3 others in Libya

John Christopher Stevens

The US ambassador to Libya and three other Americans were killed when local militia assaulted Washington’s consulate in Benghazi. President Barack Obama has condemned the attack. Reports from various sources paint an unclear picture of the circumstances surrounding Ambassador John Christopher Steven’s death. A group of extremist militia members stormed …

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Bitcoin inventor revealed as Australian Craig Wright

Bitcoin Craig Wright

Australian businessman Craig Wright has revealed he is the man behind the cryptocurrency Bitcoin, ending years of speculation. Bitcoin’s code was released in 2009 under the pseudonym Satoshi Nakamoto, and the true identity of Nakamoto was increasingly hard-sought as the virtual currency gained traction. Bitcoin was the top performing currency last year, …

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WikiLeaks publishes terror detainee manuals

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Whistleblowing website WikiLeaks is releasing over 100 classified documents detailing US Department of Defense procedures for running Guantanamo Bay, Abu Ghraib, Camp Bucca and other infamous prisons where terror suspects are detained. The directives and manuals, which for more than a decade directed the US military’s policy for treatment of …

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Solar to be world’s top electricity source by 2050 – IEA

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Solar power may become the dominant source of electricity by 2050 as generation equipment becomes cheaper, according to a report from the International Energy Agency (IEA). Solar power enhances energy diversity and hedges against price volatility of fossil fuels, thus stabilizing the costs of electricity generation in the long-term, says …

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Vietnamese banker sentenced to death for fraud

Vietnam money

A Vietnamese former banker and his business associate have been sentenced to death for their part in the embezzlement of $25 million, state media has reported. The pair were among 11 defendants in the nine-day trial in Ho Chi Minh City, state media reported on Saturday, in a case that …

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Silver to surge 433% from current levels – Greyerz

Silver coin

Today Egon von Greyerz told King World News that silver is going to surge a remarkable 433% from current levels.  Greyerz, who is founder and managing partner at Matterhorn Asset Management out of Switzerland, also said the move in silver could take place, “… in the next twelve months.” Here is …

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