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Inflation rises at fastest jump since March of 2011

For most Americans, there is no need to wait to see manipulated government statistics to tell them that that prices are, and have been rising over the past year.  In fact, price inflation has been rising so fast that consumers can see it every time they go to the grocery store to buy food and basic necessities. So it should come as no surprise when the newest data on price inflation comes out much higher th ...

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Putin threatens Europe with gas shutoff if it doesn’t pay Ukraine’s debt

The reason the world's reserve currency is known as the petro-dollar is because oil, not gold or GDP, rules the world.  In today's modern civilization, those that have oil and abundant energy, dictate to those who do not. Which is why the trump cards have always been in Russia's hand, and on April 11, Vladimir Putin chose to play a big one. Europe should provide aid to Ukraine to ensure uninterrupted natura ...

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Hunger Games: U.S. near the top in un-affordable food prices

Ever ask yourself why more than 50 million Americans are on food stamps?  All one has to do is look at a new chart out from Bloomberg economist Niraj Shah to discover than since 2007, only Estonia and Hungary (irony) have experienced more growth in their citizens being unable to afford to buy food than the U.S..  In fact, with a 21% growth in Americans unable to afford to buy food in just the past seven yea ...

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Russian central banks drops major hint as it changes its logo to golden ruble

With the covert overthrow of the Ukrainian government earlier this year, America appears to have gone past its own 'red line', and is now teetering at the point of no return for dollar hegemony.  And in threatening Russia at its own doorstep, the U.S. has triggered the Eurasian superpower to accelerate its plans with China to overthrow the dollar as the world's reserve currency, and usher in a new financial ...

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Americans are slaves to the IRS for three days longer than last year

For decades, Americans have tasted a bitter pill that sarcastically is called Tax Freedom Day.  It is considered the day that the average American is free from taxation for the year, and has progressively moved further along the calendar since the late 1980's. In 2014, the newest Tax Freedom Day determination is out and according to a report released on April 7 by the Tax Foundation, the calender day in whi ...

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Crimea annexation begins new domino breakup of Eastern Bloc countries

The primary ace in the hole for Russia during their annexation of the Crimea from Ukraine, was the fact that the vast majority of residents in the region were Russian speaking, and held strong alliances to the former Soviet Union.  Thus the legal mandate for a vote of succession was a foregone conclusion and allowed Putin to acquire the warm water port city without a shot being fired. And with this 'bloodle ...

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Banker shot to death in public bringing count now to 13

The newest member of the banker 'Dead Pool' is Juergen Frick, CEO of Bank Frick & Co. AG in the country of Liechtenstein.  His death on April 7 entailed a not so mysterious determination that previous 'suicides' as Frick was shot in an underground garage at his workplace in broad daylight. A 48-year-old man was shot dead in the underground garage of a financial institution in Balzers at 7:30 a.m. local ...

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Gun homicides fall to 1958 levels after new conceal carry law

Last year, a high appellate court struck down the State of Illinois' attempts to keep in place a law that restricted citizens from concealed carry.  Thus, beginning in January, the anti-gun city of Chicago was forced to begin issuing permits to legal citizens to allow them to carry firearms outside of their residence. The result?  In just three months homicide rates in one of the most violent city's in Amer ...

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Banker number 12 along with his entire family found dead in Netherlands

April 5 saw the 12th banker in recent months to pass away of 'mysterious circumstances', and his death also came at the expense of his wife and daughter.  Jan Peter Schmittmann, former CEO of ABN Amro out of the Netherlands, was declared dead along with his immediate family, in what police are describing as a 'family tragedy'. Former ABN Amro Group NV Netherlands Chief Executive Officer Jan Peter Schmittman ...

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34th state approves to hold ConCon and now there is enough to remake government

Earlier this week, the state of Michigan approved a resolution to hold a new Constitutional Convention, and they become the 34th state to vote for opening the founding document to potential changes, restructuring, or complete abolishment. This week the state legislature of Michigan became the 34th¬†state to demand a¬†‚ÄúConstitutional Convention‚Ä̬†in the United States. ¬†Pursuant to Article 5 of the US Constituti ...

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J.P. Morgan imposes its own sanctions on Russia by blocking money transfer

If we recall back in September of last year, the first individuals to speak to President Obama at the White House during the government shutdown were not leaders in Congress, but 15 bank CEO's.  This highly disturbing event appears to be a pre-cursor to the power that financial institutions have over the U.S. government, and brings to mind former activities by the banking industry in helping both V.I. Lenin ...

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Physical silver purchases hit new record as paper price continues slide

According to the U.S. Mint, March sales of Silver Eagle one ounce coins set a new record at the same time paper spot prices for silver fell by more than $2.50 over the past 60 days. In fact, the rise in gold and silver prices had been the second largest gainer in the overall market until deflation, slowdowns in China and other BRICS economies, and a Federal Reserve taper announcement began a sharp decline f ...

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