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Barney Frank joins CNBC to become the face for financial corruption

On Dec. 20, CNBC Managing Editor Nick Dunn announced that Barney Frank, former Congressman and head of the House committee on monetary policy, will become a contributing analyst on the financial cable network.  Frank's long history of corruption and conflict of interest will fit in perfectly with a network that is hemorrhaging viewership, and has become little more than a propaganda arm of the corrupt finan ...

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BOMBSHELL LEAK: NSA Engaged In Financial Manipulation, CHANGING THE AMOUNT OF MONEY IN BANKING ACCOUNTS

Matt Blaze has been pointing out that when you read the new White House intelligence task force report and its recommendations on how to reform the NSA and the wider intelligence community, that there may be hints to other excesses not yet revealed by the Snowden documents. Trevor Timm may have spotted a big one. In the recommendation concerning increasing security in online communications, the second sub-p ...

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Helicopter Ben initiates taper in one of his last acts in office

On Dec. 18, as Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke prepares to pass the torch to underling Janet Yellen, the man responsible for QE 4EVA has initiated a small taper on the central banks bond buying program, and will remove $10 billion monthly from their toxic asset purchases. *FED TAPERS QE TO $75 BLN MONTHLY PACE, STARTING IN JANUARY *FED SAYS `FURTHER MEASURED STEPS' POSSIBLE ON TAPERING *FED: EXCEPTION ...

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CIA Leak Gives ‚ÄėIncontrovertible Evidence‚Äô That 9/11 WAS STATE SPONSORED

If you have ever questioned the official narrative for the September 11th attacks then you have, without a doubt, been dubbed a¬†conspiracy nut¬†by the establishment media and those who hang on their every word. Like the Warren Commission report on the JFK assassination, the 9/11 Report assembled by a Congressional investigation is unraveling and being revealed for what it really is ‚Äď nothing more than a cove ...

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Eurozone looks to embrace Bitcoin with taxes and regulation

There are many different ways a power structure deals with an up and coming threats to their empire.  They can either ignore it, attempt to suppress it, seek to dominate it, or lastly, initiate programs to co-opt it. The last option seems to be the one that the Eurozone is choosing to embark upon as on Dec. 15, Europe's top banker, along with Switzerland, are mulling proposals to not only recognize Bitcoin ...

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Ron Paul: One hundred years of failure

On Dec. 16, former Congressman and anti-central bank activist Ron Paul provided insight on the effects of the U.S. central bank, and what 100 years of the Fed has done to create the monetary crisis America is experiencing today.  Just one week before the anniversary of the highly controversial bill that changed the course of America forever, Paul adamantly shows that one hundred years of failure is the end ...

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FDIC closes bank in Texas bringing total number of failed banks in 2013 to 24

Texas Community Bank, N.A. , located in The Woodlands, TX, was closed down by the FDIC on Friday, Dec. 13.  This bank failure is the first in the month of December, and brings the total number of failed banks in 2013 to 24. 12/13/2013 *** TX *** The Woodlands *** Texas Community Bank, N.A. *** $10.8 million dollar estimated FDIC DIF cost. The total DIF for failed banks this week is $10.8 million. If you wer ...

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As stocks have gone up, employment has gone down

There is a new chart out that reveals some very interesting details on why the general economy has declined at the same time stock prices have reached new record highs.  Using a model of the Russell 2000 from Bloomberg, analyst Guenter Leitold compared the rise in stock prices on the index verses employment numbers for the companies within the Russell 2000.  Leitold  discovered that while these company's eq ...

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OBAMA: THE IRS SCANDAL WAS A LIE MADE UP BY THE MEDIA

Earlier this year, it was revealed that the United States Internal Revenue Service (IRS) had specifically targeted conservative groups applying for tax-exempt status. In the process of trying to obtain 501(c)(4) status, a large number of Tea Party groups received lengthy delays and excessive questioning from the IRS. Most of the targeted conservative groups had the words ‚ÄúTea Party‚ÄĚ in their names. Lois Ler ...

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Eric Sprott: My greatest fear is that governments are broke

On Dec. 6, billionaire and asset manager Eric Sprott spoke on the current economic climate surrounding nations and central banks, and how the insolvency of governments is creating the biggest fear for the global financial system. King World News: What is your greatest fear going forward?  What's your worry? Eric Sprott: My greatest fear is that government's are broke.  It's so obvious, I mean, that's the ea ...

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Horrific Consequences: ‚ÄėPeople Don‚Äôt Understand the Scale of the Emergency That‚Äôs Going On Right Now‚Äô

  Back in the mid-2000‚Ä≤s, when jobs were plentiful and everyone was concerned with buying zero-interest homes, new cars and taking luxury vacations, Mike Maloney from the¬†Hidden Secrets of Money¬†was warning of the financial and economic destruction to come. In¬†his assessment, a crisis was imminent: First the threat of deflation (1), followed by a helicopter drop (2), followed by big reflation (3), foll ...

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Bitcoin: What You’re Not Being Told [VIDEO]

Bitcoin has a fatal design flaw that almost no one is talking about. The current bubble is just the tip of the iceberg.   Bitcoin has gone through the roof in the past several months rising from around $200 to over $1000 in November of 2013 alone. This is obviously a speculative bubble, and like all bubbles it will pop. There is a lot of chatter on the internet as to when it will pop, and how low it wi ...

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