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Ron Paul: Only The Global Elite Will Truly Suffer The Effects Of Brexit

Written by on July 1, 2016 in Corruption, Government, Policies with 15 Comments
Ron Paul: Only The Global Elite Will Truly Suffer The Effects Of Brexit

Regarding the Brexit vote, Ron Paul said: ““Other countries are watching….This is the beginning of the end of the European Union…and nobody is going to suffer from that. Only the wealthy, banking, special interests will suffer any from this.”

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WikiLeaks Founder Set Free By Brexit: WikiLeaks Believes EU Arrest Warrant Will Be Scrapped Once Britain Leaves The EU

Written by on June 30, 2016 in Government, Policies, Whistleblower with 3 Comments
WikiLeaks Founder Set Free By Brexit: WikiLeaks Believes EU Arrest Warrant Will Be Scrapped Once Britain Leaves The EU

Assange, who has repeatedly denied the accusations of sexual assault made against him, believes the European Arrest Warrant (EAW) issued by Sweden is an American tactic meant to allow the U.S. government to extradite Assange. In the United States, Assange is wanted on espionage charges over classified US documents and footage released online by his Wikileaks organization.

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Texas Inspired by Brexit, Aims to Break Away from the United States by 2018

Written by on June 29, 2016 in Government, Policies with 33 Comments
Texas Inspired by Brexit, Aims to Break Away from the United States by 2018

In the state of Texas, the pro-secessionist movement, known as the Texas Nationalist Movement (TNM), has asked state governor Greg Abbott to answer an appeal. The appeal will ensure that the state goes to the ballot box in 2018, to determine whether to break away from the rest of the United States, or not.

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Five Key Things to Watch as Clinton Email Investigation Grows

Five Key Things to Watch as Clinton Email Investigation Grows

Nixon resigned 42 years ago, but Baker’s words have lived on in Washington, because the impulse to conceal a misdeed is shared by politicians of every persuasion, including Hillary Clinton, who is now running for the office Nixon vacated.

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Priming Us for Depression, Cynicism & Passivity: How Governments Control the People

Priming Us for Depression, Cynicism & Passivity: How Governments Control the People

The feelings and states of mind in the headline above are people’s reactions to what’s going on in the world—but what’s going on in the world is being manipulated on a large scale. And one purpose of that manipulation is: producing those very feelings and states of mind—depression, cynicism, passivity. This is amplified by the increased frequency of staged events; shootings, economic downturns, phony scare-tactic epidemics, absurd reversals of common-sense justice, and so on. Psychological operations (psyops) are planned with the purpose of demoralizing populations. That’s the frequent goal. It’s intentional.

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‘World of Uncertainty’ Unleashed as UK Votes to Leave EU and David Cameron Resigns

Written by on June 24, 2016 in Government, Policies with 1 Comment
‘World of Uncertainty’ Unleashed as UK Votes to Leave EU and David Cameron Resigns

Representing the reaction of many British and European progressives, Nick Dearden, director of the UK-based campaign organization Global Justice Now, said the outcome was deeply troubling, though not shocking: “”Britain’s decision to leave the European Union opens up a world of uncertainty…”

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Post-Orlando Senate Rejects Gun Control, Calls for More Spying Instead

Written by on June 22, 2016 in Government, Policies with 40 Comments
Post-Orlando Senate Rejects Gun Control, Calls for More Spying Instead

The U.S. Senate is poised to vote on a bill that would expand the FBI’s secret surveillance powers, including warrantless collection of browsing history. If approved, the bill would expand the FBI’s authority to use the so-called National Security Letters (NSL) to obtain Electronic Communication Transaction Records (ECTR) such as email time stamps, senders, and recipients, as well as browsing metadata such as history and location—all without a warrant. The amendment has received widespread criticism from civil liberties groups.

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Former CIA Agent to Americans: It’s Time to Talk About What’s Really Causing Terrorism

Written by on June 17, 2016 in Corruption, Government, Military, Policies with 9 Comments
Former CIA Agent to Americans: It’s Time to Talk About What’s Really Causing Terrorism

Amaryllis Fox spoke for the first time publicly about terrorism, misguided narratives on why it happens, and the underlying motivators driving it — ultimately urging Americans and those in power to adopt a different approach in combating the ongoing violence.

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‘Decisive and Tremendous Win’ for Net Neutrality as DC Court Upholds Rules

Written by on June 15, 2016 in Government, Policies with 1 Comment
‘Decisive and Tremendous Win’ for Net Neutrality as DC Court Upholds Rules

That means the internet will remain a public service classified under Title II of the Communications Act—upholding the FCC’s power to ensure that all carriers, including mobile and broadband, treat all internet traffic equally.

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What You Can Do to Fight the Bilderbergs in 2016

What You Can Do to Fight the Bilderbergs in 2016

The so called “Bilderberg Group” consists of a self-appointed elite who believe that they have a “natural right” to dominate the world and to exploit it and humanity for their personal gain. The members are the owners of the cartels, the warmongers, large-scale exploiters of every type and the editors in chief and politicians whom they have purchased. This weekend, the 9th to 12th June, they have reserved the old palace in Dresden City Centre for their 2016 meeting.

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America’s Voting System is Broken. It’s Time to Overhaul It

Written by on June 9, 2016 in Government, Policies with 2 Comments
America’s Voting System is Broken. It’s Time to Overhaul It

It’s not just Bernie Sanders’ campaign that should (and has) argued that the voting system in this country is “rigged”. Virtually every major campaign in both parties griped about how the other was winning at some point during this campaign, and along the way almost all of them were right.

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Panama Papers Show How Rich United States Clients Hid Millions Abroad

Panama Papers Show How Rich United States Clients Hid Millions Abroad

Over the years, William R. Ponsoldt had earned tens of millions of dollars building a string of successful companies. He had renovated apartment buildings in the New York City area. Bred Arabian horses. Run a yacht club in the Bahamas, a rock quarry in Michigan, an auto-parts company in Canada, even a multibillion-dollar hedge fund. Now, as he neared retirement, Mr. Ponsoldt, of Jensen Beach, Fla., had a special request for Mossack Fonseca, a Panama-based law firm well placed in the world of offshore finance: How could he confidentially shift his money into overseas bank accounts and use them to buy real estate and move funds to his children?

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Here Are 3 Ways You Can Help to Prevent War

Here Are 3 Ways You Can Help to Prevent War

As power began to shift from absolute monarchs towards aristocratic families, e.g. Magna Carta, it became necessary to persuade these families that a war would serve their interests. The interests of the common people, those who were destined to do the killing and dying, were never even considered. It was also at this time that the bankers began to play a growing role in decisions about such matters. Although much emphasis has been laid upon “honour” and “pride”, national and racial “superiority” “obligation” to one’s country/religion and the like, these are merely superficial flim-flam to distract and confuse, i.e., they have nothing to do with reality.

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Major Study Destroys Drug War Fear Propaganda – As States Legalize Marijuana, Teen Use Plummets

Written by on June 2, 2016 in Government, Policies with 0 Comments
Major Study Destroys Drug War Fear Propaganda – As States Legalize Marijuana, Teen Use Plummets

While this study cannot show a causal connection between the decline in cannabis use in adolescents and state legalization, the fear-mongering of prohibitionists that hordes of kids are going to start smoking weed has been proven wrong.

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Rigged’ 2016 Election Has Voters Feeling Helpless, Unheard, and Ashamed

Written by on June 1, 2016 in Government, Policies, Politics with 5 Comments
Rigged’ 2016 Election Has Voters Feeling Helpless, Unheard, and Ashamed

90 percent of voters lack confidence in the country’s political system while 40 percent went so far as to say that the two-party structure is “seriously broken.”

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