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Deep State’s Incestuous Banking Scheme: The Target Was Always The American’s Wealth

Market Analyst Titans, Bill Holter And Lynette Zang It’s not hard to imagine why many voters are already sick of hearing from politicians. The empty promises, the lies, the attacks, and the counter-attacks don’t accomplish anything for the American people. Meanwhile, the national debt keeps growing unsustainably with no realistic plans being put on the […]

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Bill Clinton’s Financial House Of Horrors: Clinton’s Repeal Of FDR’s Glass Steagall Act

The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) has set up an online database of financial horror stories that shows what happens when an average American interacts with one of the financial supermarkets (a/k/a universal banks) that grew out of the repeal of the investor protection legislation known as the Glass-Steagall Act. The complaints are concentrated against […]

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Brexit Was Only The Symptom… Debt Was The Diagnosis

 ~ How Did You Learn Our Language? I Listened ~ Obscure Language becomes clearer and clearer in 13th. Warrior. In the last year, developed market bond yields have been cut in half with the last 2 days seeing a safe-haven flight that crashed yields to a new record low. With UK Gilts 10Y under 1% […]

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Bill Clinton’s “Rothschild-Inspired Decisions” Triggered Three Major Crises In Our Times!

“In 1936, I declared that it was not the Covenant of the League that was at stake, but international morality…The Charter of the United Nations expresses the noblest aspirations of man: abjuration of force in the settlement of disputes between states; the assurance of human rights and fundamental freedoms for all without distinction as to […]

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Clinton’s Pleasure Island The Next Housing Crash: Rothschild Fed’s Magical Thinking And Fostered Illusions Of Phantom Wealth And Security

Institutionalizing the speculative excesses that inflated the previous housing bubble has fed magical thinking and fostered illusions of phantom wealth and security. The global housing market has been dominated by magical thinking for the past 15 years. The magical thinking can be boiled down to this: A person who buys a house for $50,000 will […]

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