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The Boldest Prediction Yet for September 2015

August 29th, 2015
By James Corbett

The unprecedented volatility and tremendous upswings and downswings we are seeing right now is a reflection of the fundamental systemic imbalances that we have been warning about for years now...

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Central Banks Caused the Global Market Mayhem

August 26th, 2015
By James Corbett

The only question is how far this particular dead cat market will bounce, and whether it will be helped along with more heroin from the Fed.

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The 5 Stupidest Government Ideas of All Time

August 22nd, 2015
By James Corbett

Cat guided missiles? You better believe it. You can't argue with the project designer's logic, though. Cats don't like water, thus they would attempt to guide the missile toward any ships in the area. What could go wrong?

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A EU Bail in for Greek Depositors

August 19th, 2015
By James Corbett

What? The bailout of Greece was used to put an even tighter globalist bankster regulatory death grip around the Greek people’s throat? Why, I never!

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The Business of Biotech

August 15th, 2015
By James Corbett

The supposed miracles of this revolution have been greatly oversold.... The end result of the Green Revolution was to create indebted, captive markets for American-dominated petrochemical-dependent agribusiness.

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Yuan Devaluation Heats Up Global Currency War

August 12th, 2015
By James Corbett

A currency war is when central banks begin devaluing their currencies in order to make their exports cheaper on the global market. The policy is dangerous because it causes other countries to devalue their own currency in order to keep it in line with their trading partners.

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How the US Uses NGOs to Destabilize Foreign Governments

August 8th, 2015
By James Corbett

Why are all of these countries (including 3 of the 5 BRICS members and other countries in 2D geopolitical conflict with the US) kicking out all of these US-based nongovernmental and quasi-governmental entities? Why would they be opposed to charity and aid?

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Puerto Rico Default Bad Omen of Things to Come

August 5th, 2015
By James Corbett

Well, time to put another crazy story on that list. On Monday Puerto Rico missed a $58 million municipal bond payment, thereby setting off the biggest municipal default in US history.

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Fear Porn

August 1st, 2015
By Bob Rinear

Every single day you hear about how we’re becoming more and more “connected”. The new slogan is the “internet of everything”. ... but the “right” people wanted to cause havoc, they could. But that’s just the physical stuff. Cutti...

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Cue the Robot Takeover

July 29th, 2015
By James Corbett

In order to confront this pending apocalypse, the fearless men and women at the FLI have bravely stepped up to the plate and...written a polite letter to ask governments to think twice before developing these really effective, well-nigh unstoppable super weapons (pretty please...

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Fake Numbers From China

July 25th, 2015
By James Corbett

... perhaps most revealing of all are the startling new estimates of capital outflow that show that China is hemorrhaging capital at an unprecedented rate and selling its US treasuries at an equally furious pace to buoy up the yuan.

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The Decline of US Power

July 22nd, 2015
By Nick Bryant

Polls regularly show...

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10 Very Strange Things That Just Happened

July 11th, 2015
By Michael Snyder

 And if I am right, what we have seen so far is just the tip of the iceberg.  The following are 10 very strange things that have happened in just the past few weeks…

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The Greek Drama

July 8th, 2015
By James Corbett

  Tragedy? Farce? Bleak tale with a light at the end of the tunnel? It’s too early to know. But get your popcorn ready, because no matter how it plays out this tale is one that will be well worth watching.

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Chinese Government Manipulations Behind Stock Market Crisis

July 4th, 2015
By James Corbett

...the popping of the Chinese stock bubble is not just about a plummet in the stock market. The real key to understanding what has taken place in China is often named but seldom explained: shadow banking.

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Banks Close as Greeks Brace for Onslaught

July 1st, 2015
By James Corbett

As of press time, Greece was still insisting they would not make their scheduled 1.6 billion euro payment to the IMF. Assuming the payment does not go through, what will happen?

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Are the Iranian Nuclear Negotiations Breaking Down

June 27th, 2015
By James Corbett

Since they can't find any evidence that Iran has actually engaged in any nuclear weapons program activities, they are instead using the "we can't prove they haven't, either" tactic to demand unprecedented levels of access to Iran's nuclear facilities...

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Signs Of Financial Turmoil In Europe China And The United States

June 24th, 2015
By Michael Snyder

...if there is no debt deal by the end of this month, the Greek debt crisis is going to totally spin out of control and financial chaos will begin to erupt all over Europe. 

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Fed Court Loss Changes Absolutely Nothing

June 20th, 2015
By James Corbett

The Fed came in and gave AIG an emergency loan it (literally) couldn't refuse, took it over and began running the company completely illegally and in violation of the constitution.

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The Dog Days of Economic Summer

June 17th, 2015
By James Corbett

It's a strange time right now. On the one hand there is such a sense of calm in the mainstream financial world. And on the other there is a seething, writhing pot of tension boiling away behind the scenes.

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China the IMF and the Coming Global Currency

June 13th, 2015
By James Corbett

But what is the SDR? And why is it important? Why does China want it to act as a super-sovereign reserve currency? And what does that even mean?

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