Wall Street hocus-pocus has done an awesome job. Whats the point of having Stock Charts if it is not charting U.S. Supply & Demand instead of Bank Con-Controlled Manipulation? The Dow-20,000 hats have come out of the drawer after an agonizingly long wait that had commenced in early December with the Dow Jones Industrial Average tantalizingly […]Continue reading
U.S. Supreme Court Allows Antitrust Lawsuits To Move Against JP Morgan Chase, Citigroup, & Bank Of America
The U.S. Supreme Court turned away an appeal by Bank of America Corp., Citigroup Inc. and JP Morgan Chase & Co., refusing to stop antitrust lawsuits that accuse some of the world’s largest banks of conspiring to rig Libor. The banks sought review of a decision that said the suing investors had adequately claimed they […]Continue reading
UK Calls For The Dismantling Of Rupert Murdoch’s Media Empire: Netanyahu Grants Murdoch Syrian Oil Rights!
Ed Miliband has demanded the breakup of Rupert Murdoch’s UK media empire in a dramatic intervention in the row over phone hacking. In an exclusive interview with the Observer, the Labour leader calls for cross-party agreement on new media ownership laws that would cut Murdoch’s current market share, arguing that he has “too much power […]Continue reading
Chicago, IL (TFC) – On Saturday, April 4, Anonymous groups across the country held events to raise awareness that the mainstream media is a sales and propaganda arm of corporations and government. U.S. Economic ‘Statistics’ Get More And More Absurd 4/2015. International Banker’s Totalitarian Mind Matrix: Tavistock’s NWO Religion ~ Symbolism & Numerology In Media!Continue reading
Kiev Illegal Puppet Government Commits Crimes In Ukraine On Orders From Corporate Washington. Eight transnational corporations, including Shell, Chevron and Glencore, go on trial today in Geneva for human rights violations committed around the world. The cases will be heard in a special session of the Permanent Peoples’ Tribunal organised by the Global Campaign to […]Continue reading
Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL) along with four publishers – known in America as Simon & Schuster, HarperCollins, Hatchette and Macmillan – are accused by the European Union to depress competition in the e-book market by setting a price for e-books for sale in Apple’s iTunes Store and not allowing other retailers – like Amazon.com Inc. (NASDAQ:AMZN) […]Continue reading