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China's central bank developing sovereign crypto-currency to begin to replace physical cash

As the Chinese government battles over regulation of Bitcoin exchanges within their financial system, the People's Bank of China (PBOC) is currently developing their own sovereign crypto-currency that would begin to replace physical Yuan in a digitally based monetary system. Using the same Blockchain technology that Bitcoin runs on, China's central bank is working towards a digital currency that could easil ...

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Russia joins in the push for a cashless society

Despite all the reforms and economic growth that has come out of Russia since the rise to power of Vladimir Putin, there is still plenty of corruption, especially within the corporate and mafioso sectors of the country.  And with the West pushing strongly towards eliminating physical cash under the guise of stopping terrorism, drug cartels, and money laundering, it appears that even Russia is not immune to ...

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Consumer debt levels equaling or surpassing that of 2008 just prior to financial crash

When the housing bubble burst back in 2007, many Americans had not only been induced to purchase homes that were beyond their means to pay using sub-prime borrowing, but they also had borrowed against the rising equity in those homes as the housing market reached its apex.  And the subsequent crash meant that millions of Americans would end up losing these homes, and have to carry a massive debt load into w ...

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Trump administration hinting at changing economic data reports to reflect the real state of economy

Over the past 25-35 years, the executive branch of the government has changed the way economic data has been compiled and reported to make it more beneficial towards whichever President was in office.  And it is in the data reports such as GDP, unemployment, and inflation which have led Wall Street, the Federal Reserve, and of course Congress to implement faulty policies based on this manipulated data. But ...

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California: Where they welcome and protect illegal aliens and keep homeless U.S. citizens in prison camps

If you wonder why Governor Jerry Brown wants to have California secede from the United States of America, all one has to do is look at how state and municipal leaders treat American citizens in comparison to illegal aliens from foreign countries. This is because nearly the entire state is one large sanctuary city, which relies upon cheap labor for their agricultural industry and in some reported cases, vote ...

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Fake MSM news continues to provide disinformation as Wikileaks reveals CIA involved in 2012 French elections

While the paid propaganda news networks continue to churn out the same disinformation, or in some cases completely fake news that has been their stock and trade over the past several decades, the whistleblower group known as Wikileaks just keeps grinding out new revelations that in many cases contradict the media's narratives. On Feb. 16 Wikileaks revealed documents that show that the American Central Intel ...

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Billionaire Jim Rogers forecasts a day when cash is gone and governments monitor every aspect our your spending

Billionaire investor Jim Rogers spoke with an organization known as Microvoices last week, and forecasted a dire future where people will no longer have access to physical cash, and governments will control and monitor every aspect of their spending and saving. The time will come when you won't be able to buy a cup of coffee without being traced, warns investment guru Jim Rogers. To control people, governme ...

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European economists now point towards French elections as the nexus for the survival of the Euro currency

As we get closer to the middle of March, and the start of the cavalcade of European elections that could each change the very existence of the European Union, many economists are pointing towards France as the nexus point that could elicit a black swan for the Euro currency. Perhaps what is most interesting regarding France's plethora of candidates to replace Francois Hollande in the office of President is ...

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America: The empire that pays tribute to Islam as a means to avoid terror attacks

In an ironic turn of historic events, the United States is one of the rare empires in history that actually pays tribute to institutions rather than demanding it from subjugated cultures.  And the primary nation that Homeland Security provides taxpayer funds to in the hopes of avoiding a terrorist attack is Islam. Islamic jihadists, funded by either state governments or private benefactors, are the largest ...

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Drain the swamp: New Sec. of State clearing out operatives and even those tied to Muslim Brotherhood

It is believed by many that one of the reasons that Donald Trump has hired so many former 'swamp dwellers' to his cabinet is because if you want to drain a swamp, you actually have to get hip deep into the mire.  And in doing so you need individuals who know the system well, and how to both operate in it, and also how to dismantle it. And contrary to public perception, change doesn't happen in Washington si ...

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As Silicon Valley funds lawsuits to protect their cheap foreign labor, Amazon comes clean on breaking U.S. sanctions with Iran

As the Trump administration begins to learn that much of the money going to organizations who are submitting lawsuits in court to try to stop his lawful immigration restrictions has come from Silicon Valley corporations like Google and Facebook, one of these tech giants appears to be sweating a bit over a potential investigation that could end up being quite costly. This is because the online retail giant A ...

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Harvard Study Reveals Drug Prices are High in U.S. Because Government Grants Monopoly to Big Pharma

A new study by the medical school of Harvard University in Cambridge, Massachusetts has revealed that the high cost of drugs in the United States is due to the country’s government granting of monopoly to the big pharmaceutical companies manufacturing the drugs. Researchers of the study reviewed medical and health policy literature in the United States from January 2005 to July 2016, looking at articles add ...

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