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All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘Dollar crisis’

Osama Bin Laden: As Pakistan Oppresses Ethnic Minorities, US Resumes Aid

Two and a half years after the widely publicized US Navy Seal raid, which killed Osama bin-Laden at his hideout in the heart of Pakistan’s military-political establishment, Washington DC has quietly resumed overt foreign aid to Islamabad. The decision to resume billions of dollars in aid comes in the face of crushing unemployment, worsening inflation, and a tsunami of $100+ …

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JP Morgan Chase and US Justice Department Cut $13 Billion Deal as America Suffers

The ongoing Kabuki theater between Big Government and Big Finance took a new turn on Saturday, when it was announced that JPMorgan Chase & Co, one of the top 10 banks in the world, has struck a preliminary $13 billion deal with the US Justice Department. The deal will quietly mothball Federal investigations into hyper-destructive mortgage loans the bank sold …

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Robert Redford Talks Government Shutdown

What do you call a person who uses belligerent language and demagogy to demonize and stigmatize the opposition while contributing zero ideas to solve the tsunami of American debt? What do you call a person who lectures the 99% to cough up more of their hard earned money to finance the parasites in Washington DC, while sitting on a cool …

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New $100 bill: As Federal Reserve Destroys Dollar, Chinese Yuan Rises

Federal Reserve, the government agency in control of the dollar fiat standard will roll out the new $100 bill, with an array of high-tech security features designed to purportedly thwart counterfeiters, on Tuesday, despite partial shutdown of the mammoth federal government. What is stunning about this whole counterfeiting affair is that in reality, the Federal Reserve remains the world’s greatest …

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Jack Lew: US Treasury Secretary Threatens America with Debt Ceiling

In a brazen attempt to raise the already exploding US public debt, U.S. Treasury Secretary Jack Lew warned Congress on Wednesday that the government will spend all its borrowed cash by October 17th, and demanded trillions in new money to keep financing Washington DC’s insatiable appetite for debt. “The debt limit impasse that took place in 2011 caused significant harm …

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