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The Transformation of American Society

June 12th, 2013
By James Corbett

The gulf between those common sense ideals of Andy Griffith and the sad reality of the modern-day US government and the new NSA spying scandal is mind-boggling. What happened in the last 50 years to so fundamentally transform the ideals of a society?

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The Dam Breaks on Bilderberg

June 8th, 2013
By James Corbett

In the last few years, the would-be global elite have been fighting a losing battle to keep the public's attention away from the conference. By 2008, hundreds of protesters showed up to the site of the conference in Virginia...  This year in the UK there are expected to b...

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Bob The Dinosaur

June 5th, 2013
By Bob Rinear

I'm not going to bore you all to tears talking about how all the currencies are fiat, they're printing us to hyper inflation, the debts are too large, economies in shambles, unemployment at depression levels, and all the normal economic gore we show you each week. What I wa...

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What You Should Know About TPP

June 1st, 2013
By James Corbett

The negotiating text of the treaty is not only being kept from the public, it is even being kept from members of the US Congress and lawmakers in other countries, despite the fact that leaked drafts of the text make it clear that the agreement will almost certainly require ...

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Monsanto For Profits Above Human Health

May 30th, 2013
By Stephen Lendman

Monsanto is the world's leading GMO seed producer. It's profiting at the expense of human health. It wants all animal and vegetable life forms patented. It wants global food control. It wants labeling prohibited. It wants reliable science buried. It wants issues of food saf...

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Bitcoin The Hope Hype and the Space in Between

May 25th, 2013
By James Corbett

When it comes to Bitcoin, this ambivalence of mine has left me particularly on the fence. The debate that has taken place in recent months seems,  to have played out on the far poles of opinion on the matter. All we have heard are arguments between the currency's arde...

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This is what Tyranny Looks Like

May 22nd, 2013
By James Corbett

Tyranny could be optics, are our modern day governments tyrannical? One of the surest signs that you are living in a tyranny is that there is a two-tier system of justice: one for the tyrants and their friends, another for everyone else. Is this so in America?

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The Value of Currency in an Upside Down Universe

In a regular universe a rising currency is a sign that the market values the strength of your economy and the stability of your government. In our upside-down universe, however, a rising currency is merely a sign that you have the nicest looking economy in a rough neighbour...

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11 Reasons Why The Federal Reserve Should Be Abolished

May 15th, 2013
By Michael Snyder

If the American people truly understood how the Federal Reserve system works and what it has done to us, they would be screaming for it to be abolished immediately.

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Game Changer

May 11th, 2013
By Bob Rinear

Since the dawn of the 1900's, the deluge of life changing events has been overwhelming... not long ago a technology morphed into something that while not completely a "stand alone" concept, is a game changer. I'm speaking about 3D printing and boy is it about to shake up ...

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20 Signs The Next Great Economic Depression Has Started In Europe

May 8th, 2013
By Michael Snyder

Both Greece and Spain already have levels of unemployment that are greater than anything the U.S. experienced during the Great Depression of the 1930s. Pay close attention to what is happening over there, because it is coming here too. You see, the truth is that Europe is a...

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Illusions and Delusions

May 4th, 2013
By Bob Rinear

Bernanke was appointed to head the biggest strongest central bank on earth, because of the fact we were going to go into a depression. Since that day, his approach to the problem was to print money. His approach to any problem is to print money. He's printed more of it than...

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The Other Planet

May 1st, 2013
By Bob Rinear

So how does the paranormal relate to the markets? Because up is down. Bad is good. Worse is better. Everywhere we look we see disconnects that simply boggle the mind. For instance last week we got the durable goods report. It was horrid. We saw the Richmond Fed Report hit a...

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What Next After The Recent Attack On Gold

April 27th, 2013
By Bob Rinear

Well there you have it. Do you think that if Japan is going to spend 35 BILLION dollars on stocks; that stocks just might go up?? Do you suppose that in looking for return, the Swiss National Bank might have taken some of that "10% of entire reserves" and bought dividend pa...

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The War On Terror Is Over. America Lost.

April 24th, 2013
By James Corbett

 If terrorism is the use of violence to further political ends, then the real terrorists by definition are the ones who are ramping up the fear after each and every incident in order to shape the public's perception. Has some shadowy group of scary bearded men with tur...

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What Was Going On While You Were Sleeping

April 20th, 2013
By James Corbett

CISPA Passed, which will give the government power to spy on your internet communiacations, US troops on the ground in the middle east, 10b arms deal to Israel, Saudis, UAE, Afghan opium up, more issues at Fukushima, Reuters goofed on Soros obituary.

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Attacks on Both Gold and Boston

April 17th, 2013
By James Corbett

Goldman posted a $2.2 billion first quarter profit on Tuesday, though, so they continue to laugh all the way to...themselves, I suppose.  The attack on gold appears to be a coordinated raid that began with the dumping of 500 tons of naked shorts on the m...

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Winds Of Digital Change

April 13th, 2013
By Bob Rinear

Something that bears close inspection however is that the speed of our innovation has not just doubled or tripled in the last hundred years, it has gone parabolic. There's another technological innovation that we're living through that is going to affect all of our lives in...

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What Better Time Than Now for Public Banking

April 10th, 2013
By Stephen Lendman

Force-fed austerity is policy. Banks accounts no longer are safe. Nor are public pensions. Insiders get advance word and flee. While the Fed fiddles, Congress burns. Fiscal collapse will play out incrementally, like a Greek/Cypriot tragedy, in carefully choreographed crises ...

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Pay Attention Because This is The Real Deal

By now you are all familiar with Cyprus. Even if you don't understand global economics, the European Union, the concept of fractional banking, etc.... you have heard that because of too many bad bank debts, Cyprus has folded like a cheap camera. Our lives are completely bui...

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Central Banks Controlling the world since 1694

What does it mean to “control money” in a general sense? Wouldn't that be like 'controlling sand' or 'controlling the waves of the ocean'?  This is precisely where our generally accepted understanding of money breaks against the cold hard shores of reality. ...

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