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Criminal complaint filed against President Obama for crimes against humanity

On Nov. 8, lawyers representing the Egyptian people filed a criminal complaint against President Barack Obama, along with members of the Muslim Brotherhood, for crimes against humanity in an international court.  This criminal complaint stems from Obama's financial and military support of rebel forces before and after the Arab Spring revolution, that saw the ouster of then President Hosni Mubarak, and the d ...

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Bitcoin $400: U.S. government pulling out all stops to protect dying dollar

Unlike fiat currencies, digital currencies like Bitcoin do not conform to 'market hours' in determining their price and value.  Thus the ever growing virtual currency trades 24 hours per day, 7 days a week, and is not limited to central bank authority.  However, due to the increased exposure that Bitcoin is experiencing both in the U.S., and now in Asia, government agencies like DHS and even Congress are de ...

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Online black market website Silk Road rises from the ashes of FBI takeover

With a nickname like the Dread Pirate, it is only natural that a web portal that solicited in illegal wares would not stay down long even after the FBI seized and shut down the site a short time ago.  Thus on Nov. 7, the black market site known as the Silk Road rose from the ashes and in doing so, threw a proverbial middle finger at the establishment's watchdog who represents today's version of the British ...

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America faced with ogre’s choice of escalate Syrian conflict or lose Saudi Arabian alliance

Since the beginning of October when President Obama backed down from confrontation over the alleged gas attacks that killed dozens of people in Syria, tensions between the United States and their necessary ally Saudi Arabia have grown strained as the religious battle between Sunni and Shiite nations force the U.S to have to pick a side.  And with the current Saudi ruler being closeted from public view due t ...

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NSA Blowback: Nations spied upon pursue plans to balkanize the internet

There is no getting around the fact that the U.S. has replaced the old Soviet Union as the Evil Empire in the eyes of many world leaders.  But unlike the events of 1989, when the Soviets allowed the wall separating East and West Berlin to be torn down, the end of America's iron grip over the world will not come voluntarily.  And due to the growing blowback by world leaders in the wake of the NSA's spying on ...

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JP Morgan: Economic growth is bad for the stock market

Most investors know that the Federal Reserve has taken complete control over the economy and monetary policy, but few realize that their policies have resulted in a complete turn-around of how economic success is determined since 2008, and the now famous credit crisis.  Yet, in an unusual revelation announced by none other than J.P. Morgan on Nov. 4, a blinding truth came to light as Wall Street finally adm ...

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Bitcoin may one day be expanded for use on Ebay and on Paypal

Paypal revolutionized the way consumers could buy and sell products and services outside the realm of credit cards and banking services, and in doing so, allows for commerce to take place globally through the medium of the internet.  This new monetary exchange became so successful, that the world's largest auction center (EBAY) purchased Paypal in 2002, and has expanded it to function as an exchange in some ...

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Global financial powers preparing for a ‘de-Americanized’ world

In the latest trend forecast from the Global Europe Anticipation Bulletin (G.E.A.B.), analysts are anticipating the final maneuvers by both the U.S., and the financial powers that oppose them, in preparing for the final stages of a 'de-Americanized' world.  This statement points to the fact that economic powers no longer believe they can work with the U.S. to forge a positive outcome to the world's debt cri ...

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FDIC closes bank in Florida bringing total number of failed banks in 2013 to 23

The Bank of Jackson County, located in Graceville, FL, was closed down by the FDIC on Thursday, Oct. 30.  This bank failure is the first in the month of October, and brings the total number of failed banks in 2013 to 23. 10/30/2013 *** FL *** Graceville *** Bank of Jackson County *** $5.1 million dollar estimated FDIC DIF cost. The total DIF for failed banks this week is $5.1 million. If you were banking at ...

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NSA spied on Pope under guise that the Vatican was a ‘threat to the financial system’

In the world of fictional Big Brother, or a lessor form of sociopathic tyranny like the United States has become, spying on others becomes an obsession for those in power, much more than simply a justified means of ensuring security. Which is why it can no longer be considered shocking when new information reveals that the NSA's spying arm has infiltrated even the Vatican, and has used its measure of 'highe ...

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Canada To Open First 5 Bitcoin ATM’s as Countries Outside U.S. Prepare For End of Dollar

This week, the Las Vegas based company, Robocoin, will be opening up five Bitcoin ATM machines that will have the capability of exchanging Canadian dollars for Bitcoins, and Bitcoins for Loonies.  The move is huge for the emergence of Bitcoin as it continues to extend into the mainstream, and offer an alternative for consumers as distrust of the U.S. dollar and world's reserve currency grows. Bitcoiniacs sa ...

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President Obama caught in lie that he didn’t know NSA was spying on world leaders

President Obama is on par to go down in history as being a leader who continuously claims he didn't know anything about was going on in his administration, and sadly, he will also be recorded as the one known for lying about what he did or didn't know. On Oct. 27, spokesmen for the White House made the claim that President Obama knew nothing about the NSA spying on world leaders such as Germany's Chancellor ...

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