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Looking in Fort Knox for its Gold

January 12th, 2013
By Alfred Adask

Only a fraction of gold in Fort Knox was ever allowed to be seen, No audit of Fort Knox in over 60 years,   If you believe government routinely lies, why would you believe government's claim to have retained 8,200 tons of gold for the past 30 years—especially when...

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Trends and Predictions for 2013

January 5th, 2013
By James Corbett

James Corbett reports on our upcoming year in the global economy for 2013, he says strap in, its going to be one hell of a ride, markets that arent in step with reality will rally this year, taxes up, Eurozone in a basket, R2P FTW, war in Syria, and much more.

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How Utterly Trivial Nonsense and Toxic Crap Drives Our Economy

December 22nd, 2012
By James Corbett

Did you know the economy has been saved by a Hobbit? The dumbing down of economic literacy has lead to this;   Perhaps the saddest part of all of this is that even this utterly inconsequential number is itself based on basic three-card monte level sleights of hand and s...

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2013 The Final Act

December 15th, 2012
By Bob Rinear

Some pretty ugly markets for 2013, our debts are too large to ever be paid, Europe economy is terminal, Spain and Greece are basically in default, the complete breakdown of moral justice flys into high gear in the US, outright looting of the US Treasury going on, the new year ...

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How Bob Rinear Survived Hurricane Sandy

December 8th, 2012
By Bob Rinear

Being no expert in disaster survival, Bob Rinear had to prepare for hurricane Sandy in his house by the Jersey Shore. Alternatives for heat, electricity, food and water should be on your list of things to survive such bad storms.

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Corbett Reports from Kuala Lumpur

December 1st, 2012
By James Corbett

Accusations against republican big wigs for war crimes go unnoticed, what Mahatir Mohamad has been up to, Warrantless wiretapping, BOA amnesiacs, Black Friday not so bright, GOP ready to make trouble with a filibuster.

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Inevitable but Completely Unforseen

November 24th, 2012
By Alfred Adask

No nation can prosper for long that’s predisposed to treat lies as if they were virtues. Alfred Adask explains why, contrary to belief, China will not be the great superpower of the 21st century as so many believe. Plutocrats rule, wherever they are, and in time they wil...

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Selling Your Soul for a Matrix Steak

November 17th, 2012
By James Corbett

Well what if I were to tell you that those dollars or pesos or Euros or yen that you carry around in your wallet have all the reality of a matrix steak? That you have slaved away your entire adult life in a store or an office or a factory day in, day out, year after year af...

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Obama In A Rock And A Hard Place For His Second Term

November 10th, 2012
By James Corbett

Bernanke's second term at the head of the US Federal Reserve will come to an end in early 2014, Expect sweeping changes under 4 more years of Obama, but the real challenges have nothing to do with whether its a Republicrat or Democan in the White House, Congress will go back t...

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The Doublespeak Dictionary

November 3rd, 2012
By James Corbett

Terms like Enemy combatant, Extraordinary rendition, Weapons of mass destruction,  double meanings, propaganda,  outrageous euphemisms, self-contradictions and plain old lies. More than that, they have become part of our everyday lives to the point where we often use...

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Rage Against Austerity

October 27th, 2012
By Stephen Lendman

The bipartisan criminal class in Washington DC, the mandate of poverty and unemployment, shifting public wealth to bankers, warnings for a politically repressive country, kleptocracy as policy, cuts to our way of life should be fought publicly, Also commentary by Alfred Adask<...

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Nato Gone Wild and Preparations for Elections

October 20th, 2012
By James Corbett

NATO was never a perfect organization, is NATO's existence today under threat? Debates and demagoguery, Washington, Russia and Syria, Shots fired in the war for the Oval Office, Reagan's warnings, Taxmageddon changes, trouble in toyland, banks and credit, Fed in NYC attacked.<...

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Preparing for the Collapse

October 13th, 2012
By James Corbett

A good defense is still a good idea, we feel strongly about the possibliity of collapse of the current financial order... there are some things even you can do as a hedge against further economic meltdown, if you dont like what is happening, choose not to spend your money ther...

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6 Stats That Expose the Truth About the Global Economy

October 6th, 2012
By James Corbett

We have six things that expose what the changes in the global economy really mean. From youth in Greece and Spain to the USA, real hardship is being felt. Household debt is rising, market valuations out of control, Unemployment hurts the world hard, big shortfalls in pensions ...

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Speeches and Movements for the Whole World at the UN

September 29th, 2012
By James Corbett

pure propaganda speeches, UN AGM to let off some steam, the UN is back to the drawing board with the September session, major focus of course is on Obama, Iran, and Israel, as certain ideas become normalized, we consider the emergence of a truly global government.

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Quantitative Easing Into Infinity

September 22nd, 2012
By Matt Gillotti

Economies continue to decline, indefinite quantitative easing, economies continue to struggle, Europe riots, everyone has the wrong opinion about Quantitative easing anyway, Gold to be worth more.

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Transforming Collateral is the Newest Ponzi

September 15th, 2012
By Bob Rinear

Wall Street changes the rules any time it is threatened, rule changes claim to prevent a meltdown, collateral transformation, Congress demands to see more details in derivatives trades, limited amount of T-bills available to soak up demand, collateral that is rented. The risk ...

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The Final Hurrah

September 8th, 2012
By Bob Rinear

A couple of important dates are coming up, a plan to buy sovereign bonds, a German plan, a Fed plan, Bernanke is no different from a lot of lunatic bankers, trillions in stimulus often create a short term party, inflation will eventually send us back to gold and silver,

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Seven Ways the Markets Are Manipulated

September 1st, 2012
By James Corbett

Corbett counts off seven ways the markets are manipulated, from bots, plunge protection, insiders, shorting, and many more of the dirty tricks your money encounters one way or another when you invest.

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Win Lose or Draw or How the banksters rig the game

August 25th, 2012
By James Corbett

Think big like the banksters, Iceland's approach to the 2008 banking crisis has left the country in a remarkably strong position, if you control the banking infrastructure of a nation, then it doesn't fundamentally matter what government takes power or what policies they impl...

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The Imperial Hubris of the Banksters

August 18th, 2012
By James Corbett

bankers think of themselves as heros doing God's work, the banksters calamity has become our collective calamity, If you or I were in charge of a company that managed to lose $6 billion in six weeks and send shock waves through the global credit market, I imagine we'd be a b...

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