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Ukrainian Protesters Seize Rothschild Owned Central Bank!

KIEV, Ukraine ‚ÄĒ The demonstrators who have laid siege to public buildings in this rattled capital expanded their protest overnight, blockading the central bank on Wednesday and setting up tents and lighting bonfires on the sidewalk outside. Protest leaders had vowed to surround additional government buildings after the Ukrainian Parliament on Tuesdaydefeated a measure¬†calling for the resignation of Prime Mi ...

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Europe confirms bank bail-ins to be used during ‘Future of banking’ conference

Irish Finance Minister Michael Noonan confirmed that bank bail-ins will be used throughout Europe during a major conference of financial leaders on Dec. 3.  In a meeting known as 'The Future of Banking in Europe', ministers from countries throughout the Eurozone voted on a number of programs that could be implemented to stave off the next round of bank crises, with direct confiscation of depositor accounts ...

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For-Profit Asteroid Precious Metals Mining Missions To Start Within 3 Years

Sci-fi? Mining startups plan to prospect for asteroid belt minerals beginning in 2016, but the big goal is air and water for future space travel, not gold.   LONDON ‚ÄĒ Mining in space is moving from science fiction to commercial reality but metals magnates on this planet need not fear a mountain of extraterrestrial supply ‚ÄĒ the aim is to fuel human voyages deeper into the galaxy.   Within three yea ...

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Detroit court sets precedence as pensions can be cut in municipal bankruptcies

For the tens of thousands of current and former employees of the City of Detroit, a new a ruling by the judge overseeing the city's bankruptcy proceedings is setting a new precedent that will bring shock waves to municipal workers all across the country.  In determining which assets are eligible for reorganization to help pay for the $18 billion debt incurred by the City of Detroit,  Judge Steven Rhodes ack ...

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Chinese currency moves ahead of Euro in international trade

The Chinese Yuan made a game changing move on Dec. 2 as it surpassed the Euro in international trade and became the second most used currency in global transactions, rivaled only by the U.S. dollar.  Just five years ago, the Yuan had zero presence in international trade finance, but within that time, the currency has skyrocketed in acceptance and is primed to perhaps become the next global reserve currency. ...

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Activist Wins Judgment Against Federal Reserve [W/ VIDEO]

  The Denver/Kansas City branches of the privately-owned¬†Federal Reserve¬†banking cartel were taught a little lesson in Constitutional liberties and the rule of law, after the wrongful-arrests of a coupleWe Are Change¬†Colorado¬†activists led to a judgment against the bank.   The current Fed Chair nomination process is being treated by the media as just another routine governmental affair, with Ben B ...

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Gold reserves could be next evolution of digital currencies

The biggest argument against digital currencies like Bitcoin has always been that it is backed by nothing.  This of course is a fallacious argument as every sovereign currency in the world today is backed by nothing except the political and military power of their governments. But what if the primary argument against digital currencies is negated by backing it with a recognized commodity such as gold?  This ...

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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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