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European financial crisis begins to percolate heading into Christmas

2013 will go down in history as the year of currency wars and central bank domination over the markets.  During this year, nearly every sovereign economy has implemented some form of money printing policy which have boosted their equity markets, but masked the growing inflation and rising unemployment that invariably follows such courses of action. However, as we lead into the final month of 2013, and the r ...

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Homeland Security Labels BITCOIN an “EMERGING THREAT”

  The popularity of the digital currency Bitcoin is exploding. Today's price spiked over $600, nearly double what is was just over a week ago. It seems the U.S. government now wants into the party.   Today several federal agencies weighed in on the decentralized currency. While most agencies acknowledged its legitimate uses, the Department of Homeland Security referred to Bitcoin as an emerging th ...

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BREAKING: BITCOIN SETS NEW RECORD

  Bitcoin is currently riding a massive surge. Moments ago the online currency peaked at a high of 1,044, which set a new all time record value. You can monitor the market here. Many investors are cashing in their coins to the tune of massive profits. Meanwhile, others are feeling priced out of the market. Some fear that the Bitcoin bubble is due to burst. However, this is an assumed risk with such a h ...

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Mayor of London publicly gives his allegiance to the elite

The office of mayor in nearly every city in the world is manned by an official who is voted into office by the people they are expected to represent.  Quite often however, like in the case of New York City's Michael Bloomberg, these officials prove through their actions that their allegiance lies in the forwarding of personal agendas, or in many cases, pandering to those in power in the corporate world. The ...

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Bitcoin $1000! Digital currency crosses threshold one day before Thanksgiving

On Nov. 27, just one day before America celebrates its annual Thanksgiving holiday, Bitcoin smashed through the $1000 USD barrier to have an inter-day value of $1020 USD.  This steady climb of more than $500 USD since its volatile shakedown one week ago, is continuing to validate the popularity and strength that a stateless digital currency provides. Within the past two days, two major events took place for ...

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Banks Threaten To Charge You For Saving Money

  In an effort to protect their record profits, banks might soon charge you for the privilege of having a savings account.   I know what you're thinking: Banks already charge customers outrageous fees for the privilege of having bank accounts. But if the Federal Reserve dares to try and help the economy by cutting a special interest rate it pays banks, fees could get even moreoutrageous, the Finan ...

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George W. BUSH and the BIN LADEN Family, Meeting At Ritz Carlton Hotel, NYC, The DAY BEFORE 9/11 [VIDEO]

  According to the Washington Post,  the Carlyle Group met at the Ritz Carlton Hotel in NYC one day before 9/11. In attendance at this meeting were former president George H. W. Bush and  Shafiq bin Laden, the brother of Osama:   The Carlyle Group is a large private-equity investment firm, closely associated with officials of the Bush and Reagan administrations, and has considerable ties to Saudi ...

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Jim Rogers: Fed will self-destruct while politicians remain ignorant

On Nov. 18, billionaire investor Jim Rogers sat down for a long interview with Russia Today to discuss everything from gold, to Bitcoin, and even the Federal Reserve.  During the 28 minute discussion, Rogers noted on a number of occasions that everything financially is 'floating on an artificial ocean of printed money', and that the "Fed is on course to self-destruct before the politicians realize what is g ...

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The wages of sin are poverty… and taxes.

On Nov. 23, an institution that provides educational direction and material for students interested in careers in the field of Accounting published a chart on just how much government agencies, both at the local and Federal levels, collect in revenues each year from what are termed, 'sin taxes'.  These sin taxes range anywhere from alcohol production and consumption, to gambling and lotteries, and the bigge ...

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Pentagon Can’t Account For $8,500,000,000,000 (TRILLION) Taxpayer Dollars

  A recent investigation has revealed that the Pentagon has failed to account for $8.5 trillion dollars of taxpayer money Congress has allocated toward the U.S. Department of Defense since 1996.   According to the report, out from Reuters, the Pentagon has routinely cooked its books by failing to supply a clear monthly account of the money spent for Defense Finance and Accounting Services (DFAS). ...

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Stabilized Footage of JFK Assassination Shows Car Slowed Down Before Head Shot [VIDEO]

When it’s bouncing around and playing back at a jittery 18 frames per second, the infamous Zapruder footage of John F. Kennedy’s assassination feels almost unreal. But when it’s stabilized with additional interpolated frames bringing it to a steady 30 frames per second (like we’re used to seeing on TV) it suddenly becomes much more real. With computer-generated in-between frames you’ll want to take this par ...

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Largest university in Cyprus to allow tuition purchases in Bitcoin

The quickest way to change the minds of investors when it comes to the viability of Bitcoin is to have the digital currency suddenly be accepted in the mainstream.  That day has arrived in of all places Cyprus, where the the largest university in the Eurozone nation has officially announced that they will begin accepting Bitcoin as payment for the purchasing of tuition for their students. University of Nico ...

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