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China’s AIIB to induct 13 new members into its alliance

On March 23 China announced that 13 new member states, including Canada, will be joining the Asian Infrastructure and Investment Bank (AIIB).  In fact, with Canada's induction to the alliance they will become the first North American country to enter into China's alternative to the IMF, and continue the world's movement away from U.S. hegemony. Canada will join the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB ...

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As the ECB hints at allowing insolvent banks to fail, Italians move closer to electing an anti-euro candidate

On March 23 it appears that Italy has become the new Greece in the eyes of the ECB and the Troika as Europe's central banking authorities begin to drop hints that as the ECB begins tapering its QE programs, insolvent banks may simply be left to die without any monetary intervention. Speaking to the European Parliament yesterday, Danielle Nouy, head of the ECB supervisory body, informed the bureaucracy that ...

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WikiLeaks Emails Expose Alcohol Industry’s Paid Campaign to Stifle Pot Legalization

When the good people at Marijuana.com went through the WikiLeaks dump of the DNC emails, they found something unrelated to the trove of damning information on the criminal Hillary Clinton. Within the mountains of email texts, was a paid segment by the Wine & Spirits Wholesalers of America (WSWA), stoking fear within Washington, encouraging politicians to be wary of marijuana legalization. The May 24, 20 ...

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Netanyahu to Putin: Israeli airstrikes in Syria will continue

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said that he has told Russian President Vladimir Putin that Israeli forces will continue airstrikes in Syria if they deem it necessary. ‚ÄúIf there is feasibility from an intelligence and military standpoint ‚Äď we attack and so it will continue,‚Ä̬†Netanyahu said during a visit to China, adding that he had informed Putin of Israel‚Äôs intentions. According to the Jerusalem ...

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‘Hand of God’ Appears over Arizona

March 22, 2017 In a remarkable confluence of light and shadow or a divine message, what appears to be an outstretched hand was allegedly photographed in the sky over Arizona. The image was sent to a YouTube channel that showcases breathtaking weather and space events. While sifting through an array of photos submitted by viewers, the creator of the channel noticed the eye-catching image and posted it in a r ...

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Glitch In The Matrix? Many People Claim To Have Seen A Movie That Never Existed

There is no record of such a movie ever existing, and Sinbad himself says he never acted in it or even heard of it before random people on the internet started asking him about it. By: Relevant/The Earth Child  This is one of the strangest internet stories you will likely ever read: There are people on Reddit and Twitter attempting to find a movie called Shazaam which starred actor and comedian Sinbad as a ...

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Australian Scientists Prove Time Travel Is Possible

Some physicists are convinced that time travel is possible. A group of scientists from the University of Queensland, Australia, have simulated how time-travelling photons might behave; suggesting that, at the quantum level, the grandfather paradox ‚Äď which makes time travel impossible ‚Äď could be resolved. The study used photons ‚Äď single particles of light ‚Äď to simulate quantum particles travelling back throu ...

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The ‚ÄėRetail Apocalypse‚Äô Is Officially Descending upon America

(ANTIMEDIA)¬†Consumerism has long been a defining element of American society, but retail giants are now shutting down thousands of their locations amid a long-anticipated ‚Äúretail apocalypse,‚ÄĚ as¬†Business Insider¬†describes it. The outlet¬†reports¬†that over the next couple¬†months, more than 3,500 stores are expected to close: ‚ÄúDepartment stores like JCPenney, Macy‚Äôs, Sears, and Kmart are among the companies sh ...

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This 94-Year-Old Scientist Could Save The Entire Planet

It would seem that here in the United States we should listen more to our senior citizens, especially one in particular. John Goodenough is a 94-year-old man who could very well have figured out a way to save planet earth. He has come up with a form of energy saving technology that could be quite beneficial to man kind. Can 94 Year-Old Scientist Save Earth? Goodenough along with a group of scientists and re ...

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World leaders aggressively call to legalize all drugs and end the failed drug war

Leaders around the world have surged, in speaking about legalizing drugs.  The Global Commission on Drug Policy has released their annual report and stated that we must end both civil and criminal penalties for drug use and possession. The war on drugs has failed, they say, causing more disruption than ever intended.  The number of drug users have increased by almost 20 per cent between 2006 and 2013, to 24 ...

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