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Alex Jones: World Tyranny Is Now Here!

  • Published on Jun 27, 2015
    Alex Jones covers another beheading by Jihadists, this time in France. Two attackers stormed a fuel facility near Lyon, set off several small explosions and scrawled Arabic writing on the victim’s head.…

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  • Terrorism And The Illuminati! A 3,000 Year History!
    by David Livingstone

    Contrary to myth being fabricated, Islam does not pose a threat to the West. Rather, Islamic “terrorist” organizations have been created to serve Western imperialistic objectives. These groups are intertwined with Western power through a network of occult secret societies. This relationship dates back to sixth century BC, and the birth of the Kabbalah, in Babylon; a plot to seek world domination through the use of magic and deception.
  • “The ultimate goal that these people have in mind … is the goal to create a One World Government run by the banking industry .. run by the bankers! … The whole agenda is to create a One World Government where everybody has an RFID chip implanted !”
    – Aaron Russo 0:15 onwards

    “He’s (Rockefeller) the one who told me 11 months before 9/11 ever happen, there was going to be an event. .. And out of that event we will invade Afghanistan, (for) the pipelines to the Caspian sea. We were going to invade Iraq .. to take over the oil fields, establish a base in the Middle East and make it all a part of the New World Order! And we will go after Chavez Venezuela. Sure enough 9/11 happened ! … And there was going to be this War on Terror which has no real enemy. And the whole thing is a giant HOAX! … This whole War on Terror is a FRAUD! ”
    – Aaron Russo 2:30 onwards

All scams are based on deception and mis-direction! The Global War on Terrorism (GWOT) is an Illuminist psyop HOAX! It is to lay the foundation for the Luciferian New World Order –> ‘666’!

  • Dr. John Coleman Ex. British Intelligence
    By fabricating a bogus war between Islamic fundamentalism and the West, the globalists are able to attack their real enemy, humanity. Pulling the strings, they will ensure that both Western and Muslim states are degraded and finally completely subjugated to their odious rule.

Who is behind Muslim Fundamentalism & Terrorism? Western Illuminist governments and their intelligence agencies! It is deliberate and not a miscalculation as Dreyfuss asserts! They are still owned by the western Illuminati!

Clinton admits the U.S government created and funded Al-Qaeda!

  • “Al Qaeda is a creation of the US intelligence apparatus! It is extremely well documented ! Many of the terrorist attacks are in fact orchestrated by the US intelligence and military!”– Michel Chossudovsky P2, 7:40 onwards
  • ‘Al-Qaeda, which means “the (CIA) database,” was created by the CIA with help from its Saudi and Pakistani stooges. Its original purpose was to fight the Russians in Afghanistan on behalf of the US. Since then, it has continued to harass the Russians while smuggling drugs for the CIA.’ – Dr. Kevin Barrett

“… bin Laden had no formal organization until the Americans INVENTED one for him! .. There is NO EVIDENCE that bin Laden used the term Al Qaeda to refer to the group until after Sept 11 when he realized this was the term the Americans had given him! “ – Quote

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Greece is Being Blackmailed. Exiting the Eurozone is Its Way Out

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June 29, 2015 Posted by | Economics, GeoPolitics | , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Greece Will Survive But Will the Euro or the EU?

Santorini will still be standing, but will the European Union?

Santorini will still be standing, but will the European Union?

  • Opinion: Greece will survive, but will the euro or the EU?
    Brussels may win the battle, but lose the war

    WASHINGTON (MarketWatch) — Whatever happens with the bailout talks, the one certain thing is that Greece will survive, in or outside the eurozone.

    One of the most beautiful countries in the world in an incredibly strategic location, it will remain a world-class tourist destination and a sought-after ally.

    In the past century alone, the country has survived Nazi occupation, civil war, military dictatorship, and decades of a political class riven with corruption.

    It will survive European Union’s austerity policies, or Grexit, or default. So don’t cry for Greece — the country has been there for millennia and it’s not going anywhere. What is far less certain is whether the euro EURUSD, +0.0000% and the EU will survive.

    This artificial construct foisted on a European public by a political elite far less idealistic than it pretended is wearing out its welcome. With its bloated and corrupt bureaucracy in Brussels, the craven submission of its political leaders to a dominant reunified Germany, its increasingly obvious disrespect for democratic principles, the EU has strayed far from the founders’ concept of a free-trade zone designed to contain a defeated Germany.

    It is not just about Greece — or Portugal, which MarketWatch columnist Matthew Lynn identified as the next country to fall, or Spain, or Italy — but about the whole concept of political and economic integration across the entire continent, the so-called “European project.”

    It is difficult to see how Britain can retreat from Prime Minister David Cameron’s rejection of the “ever closer union” enshrined in the EU treaties as he seeks to renegotiate the terms of his country’s membership.

    And without this goal — or without Britain — how can the EU hope for anything but sliding back into a loose trade confederation?

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If Greece Defaults, Imagine Argentina But Much Worse

The BIS warned that the low rate environment could result in a backlash from ordinary people whose savings were being eroded away Photo: AFP

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  • If Greece Defaults, Imagine Argentina But Much Worse
    by There may be a one-word explanation for why Greece will ultimately capitulate to European demands for more austerity:


    Greece is hardly the first nation to face the prospect of defaulting on its sovereign debt obligations. Argentina has defaulted on its external debt no fewer than seven times since gaining independence in 1816, most recently last year. But it’s Argentina’s 2001 default on nearly $100 billion in sovereign debt, the largest at the time, that poses a cautionary example for Greece.

    Should Greece default, “Argentina is an apt analogy,” said Arturo C. Porzecanski, a specialist in international finance at American University and author of numerous papers on Argentina’s default. But for Greece, “It would likely be worse. Argentina was comparatively lucky.”

    Daniel Gros, director of the Center for European Policy Studies in Brussels and the author of “A Tale of Two Defaults,” a paper comparing Greece and Argentina, agreed. “Default would be much worse for Greece than it was for Argentina,” he said.

    Like Greece today, Argentina had endured several years of hardship and austerity by 2001. It borrowed heavily from the International Monetary Fund, the World Bank and the United States, all of which demanded unpopular spending cuts. The I.M.F. withheld payments when Argentina (like Greece) failed to meet its deficit targets. A bank run led the government to freeze deposits, which set off riots and street demonstrations. There were deadly confrontations between police and demonstrators in the heart of Buenos Aires, and the president at the time, Fernando de la Rúa, fled by helicopter in December. In the last week of 2001, Argentina defaulted on $93 billion in sovereign debt and subsequently sharply devalued the peso, which had been pegged to the dollar.

    In addition to social unrest and a wave of political instability (at one point, the country had three presidents in four days), Argentina’s economy plunged into depression. Tens of thousands of the unemployed scavenged the streets collecting cardboard, an enduring image that gave rise to the term “cartoneros.” Dollar-denominated deposits were converted to pesos, wiping out over half their purchasing power.

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The Market Detonation You’re Ignoring: “The Chinese Market Is In An All-On Crash”

WW3 is near?

  • The Market Detonation You’re Ignoring: “The Chinese Market Is In An All-On Crash”
    by Mac Slavo, June 27th, 2015,  
    With the eyes of the world on Greece and a possible collapse of the of the Eurozone as a likely end result, many are ignoring a potentially much more massive elephant in the room. It’s been the hottest market in the world, so flush with cash that they have actually built entire ghost-cities lacking populations and mega shopping centers without tenants – a clear sign of bubble waiting to be pricked. But the inevitable seems to now be taking hold as once unstoppable Chinese stock markets are now reversing the unprecedented gains seen over the last several years.

    Forget Greece. We’ve seen that story before. This could be the first domino:

    The Chinese market is in an all-on crash. Last night the Shanghai index was down 8%, and while there have been some wild recovery rallies during the last couple of weeks as well the cumulative loss is close to 20% at this point, the formal “declaration” of a bear market.

    That market had been in a parabolic blow-off since roughly December, a classic (to a chartist) three-stage parabolic move with two retracements.  The most-recent move down, however, threatens to violate the uptrend support originated back in November and has already erased the gains since May.

    Yes, a 2-month round-trip of about 20%.
    “Liquidity” is usually given as the reason for the “reasonableness” of stock valuations these days.  I have only one question: What happens when said “liquidity” is really nothing more than a loan (which it always is) and the borrowed funds are lost instead or producing “gains”?
    – Source: Karl Denninger / The Market Ticker

    What happens is exactly what’s happening in Greece and China, and what will undoubtedly soon come to pass in the United States.

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The Global Credit Market Is Now A Lit Powderkeg.

Financial collapse time bomb!

Financial collapse time bomb!

  • The Global Credit Market Is Now A Lit Powderkeg. And Markets Are Totally Unprepared.
    by Brian Pretti,  
    The financial markets have had a bit of a tough time going anywhere this year. The S&P 500 has been caught in a 6% trading band all year, capped on the upside by a 3% gain and on the downside by a 3% price loss. It has been a back-and-forth flurry while the stock market up to this point has simply marked time.

    We’ve seen a bit of the same in the bond market: after rising 3.5% in the first month of the year, the ten year Treasury bond has given away its year-to-date gains and then some.

    2015 stands in relative contrast to largely upward stock and bond market movement over the past three years.  What’s different this year and what are the risks to investment outcomes ahead?

    Higher Interest Rates Ahead
    As I have suggested in recent discussions, the probabilities are very high the US Federal Reserve will raise interest rates this year. Yes, Ms. Yellen intimated it may come later, but remember she also canceled her appearance at the Fed’s annual Jackson Hole soiree this year, a meeting that takes place just a bit before the September Fed FOMC meeting. I think the markets are attempting to “price in” the first interest rate increase in close to a decade.

    Importantly, we’re talking about the re-pricing of credit in the US financial system and economy broadly. We all know how important credit has been to underpinning the US economy for literally decades now. I believe this is a key part of the story of why markets are acting as they are in 2015. However, there are much larger longer term issues facing investors lurking well beyond the short term Fed interest rate increase to come: bond yields (interest rates) rest at generational lows and prices at generational highs – levels never seen before by investors.  Let’s set the stage a bit, because the origins of this secular issue reach back over three decades.

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G-7, EU Banking Officials Hold Emergency Calls Ahead Of Black Monday


  • G-7, EU Banking Officials Hold Emergency Calls Ahead Of Black Monday
    by Tyler Durden,  
    Now that the Greek parliament has given PM Alexis Tsipras’ euro referendum the go ahead (the vote will effectively be a poll on euro membership or, on the choice between sovereignty and servitude if you will, because as the IMF flatly noted on Saturday, the proposal that was supposed to form the basis for the referendum will be null and void by the time Greeks go to the polls) and now that Greeks have pulled another €1 billion plus from the ATMs, capital controls are all but certain early next week, especially now that the ECB has frozen the ELA cap. This means the crisis, to use Irish FinMin MIchael Noonan’s words, “has now commenced” and a “Lehman weekend” is indeed underway. 

    Against this backdrop, multiple “emergency” meetings have been scheduled for Sunday as EU officials scramble to figure out how best to deal with what is likely to be a turbulent week and to consider the financial impact a potential Grexit will have on the currency bloc, its member nations and institutions, and on the global financial system as a whole.

    Here’s Bloomberg with more:
    G-7 deputies to hold conference call Sunday to discuss development of Greek crisis, Handelsblatt reports, citing unidentified euro region official.

    Purpose is to inform non-European govts

    European banking supervision officials also will hold conference call
    on situation of Greek banks and possible impact of Greek developments on European financial system

    Euro Working Group to hold evening conference call
    European Systemic Risk Board to convene immediately after ECB Governing Council meeting: Skai TV

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June 28, 2015 Posted by | Economics | , , , , , , , | 1 Comment

The Economic Collapse Blog Has Issued A RED ALERT For The Last Six Months Of 2015

Global Super Storm meltdown??

Global Super Storm meltdown??


  • The Economic Collapse Blog Has Issued A RED ALERT For The Last Six Months Of 2015
    by Michael Snyder,
    I have never done anything like this before.  Ever since I started The Economic Collapse Blog in late 2009, I have never issued any kind of “red alert” for any specific period of time.  As an attorney, I was trained to be level-headed and to only come to conclusions that were warranted by the evidence.  So this is not something that I am doing lightly.  Based on information that I have received, things that I have been told, and thousands of hours of research that have gone into the publication of more than 1,300 articles about our ongoing economic collapse, I have come to the conclusion that a major financial collapse is imminent.  Therefore, I am issuing a RED ALERT for the last six months of 2015.

    To clarify, when I say “imminent” I do not mean that it will happen within the next 48 hours.  And I am not saying that our problems will be “over” once we get to the end of 2015.  In fact, I believe that the truth is that our problems will only be just beginning as we enter 2016.

    What I am attempting to communicate is that we are right at the door of a major turning point.  About this time of the year back in 2008, my wife and I went to visit her parents.  As we sat in their living room, I explained to them that we were on the verge of a major financial crisis, and of course the events that happened a few months later showed that I was right on the money.

    This time around, I wish that I could visit the living rooms of all of my readers and explain to them why we are on the verge of another major financial crisis.  Unfortunately, that is not possible, but hopefully this article will suffice.  Please share it with your friends, your family and anyone else that you want to warn about what is coming.

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The Secret Meeting to Destroy America

  • Published on Jun 26, 2015
    The end result of the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) passed by a traitorous Congress will be to reduce America to a third world wasteland on par with Mexico where the median household income is $4,500.



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New World Order: One World Economic System Is Here

  • Published on Jun 26, 2015
    On today’s broadcast we talk with Michael Snyder about the economic and social collapse of America. Snyder runs The Economic Collapse, The American Dream and The Truth blogs.


Who owns the world reserve currency, the dollar, the global monetary hegemony? Look at the Satanic capstone on your dollar bill. The Luciferian New World Order will be complete with the arrival of the Satanic capstone: the Anti-Christ, fake messiah, bringer of false peace, the white horseman of Revelation 6!

Who owns the world reserve currency, the dollar, the global monetary hegemony? Look at the Satanic capstone on your dollar bill. The Luciferian New World Order will be complete with the arrival of the Satanic capstone: the Anti-Christ, fake messiah, bringer of false peace, the white horseman of Revelation 6!



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Germany,France Warn Greece that it Must Reach a Debt Deal with Creditors by Saturday

  • Published on Jun 26, 2015
    German and French leaders say a Saturday meeting of eurozone finance ministers will be vital for the success of the talks on a Greek bailout deal. German Chancellor Angela Merkel says all parties involved in the talks should work to find a solution before financial markets reopen on Monday. The German chancellor made the remarks at a press conference in Brussels where the crunch talks are taking place. Like Merkel, French President Francois Hollande described the Saturday meeting as crucial. He says Paris will spare no effort to get a universal and durable deal with Greece. Hollande also says when Greece, Europe, and the eurozone are at stake, EU member states have to know how to conclude negotiations.


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Things You Must Do Before September 15th, 2015 – A New DVD From Pastor Lindsey Williams

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Greece to Hold Nationwide Referendum on the Country’s Future on July 5

  • Published on Jun 26, 2015
    The Greek PM has announced a national referendum on July 5 on the conditions of the debt deal with international creditors. READ MORE:


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China To Launch A Yuan-Based Gold Fix By Year-End

Remember the Golden Rule: "He who has the gold, rules!"

Remember the Golden Rule: “He who has the gold, rules!”

  • China To Launch A Yuan-Based Gold Fix By Year-End
    China has been quite reserved about commenting on the extreme corruption and fraud which pervades the west hemisphere’s Governments, Central Banks and financial markets, especially as it regards the United States and its flagrant manipulation of the currency and precious metals markets.   But China has been quite active with diversifying its sources of revenues and foreign reserves out of the U.S. dollar and in to alternative currencies and hard assets.

    Follow the money:  
    The Shanghai Gold Exchange has announced that it intends to roll-out a renminbi-denominated fix by the end of the year.  The plan is now being reviewed by the Central Bank (the PBoC) for approval:

    Pan Gongsheng, a deputy governor of the People’s Bank of China (PBOC), said the bank would continue to support “speedy and healthy growth of the China gold market” and its internationalisation.

    Here’s a link to the report:   China’s Yuan-denominated Gold Fix 

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Signs Of Financial Turmoil In Europe China And The United States

  • Signs Of Financial Turmoil In Europe China And The United States 
    …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.  But instead of trying to be reasonable, EU president Donald Tusk has delivered an ultimatum to Greece.
    – June 24 2015, By Michael Snyder  

    As we move toward the second half of 2015, signs of financial turmoil are appearing all over the globe.  In Greece, a full blown bank run is happening right now.  Approximately 2 billion euros were pulled out of Greek banks in just the past three days, Barclays says that capital controls are “imminent” unless a debt deal is struck, and there are reports that preparations are being made for a “bank holiday” in Greece.

    Meanwhile, Chinese stocks are absolutely crashing.  The Shanghai Composite Index was down more than 13 percent this week alone.  That was the largest one week decline since the collapse of Lehman Brothers.  In the U.S., stocks aren’t crashing yet, but we just witnessed one of the largest one week outflows of capital from the bond markets that we have ever witnessed.  Slowly but surely, we are starting to see the smart money head for the exits.  As one Swedish fund manager put it recently, everyone wants “to avoid being caught on the wrong side of markets once the herd realizes stocks are over-valued“.

    I don’t think that most people understand how serious things have gotten already.  In Greece, so much money has been pulled out of the banks that the European Central Bank admits that Greek banks 
    may not be able to open on Monday

    The European Central Bank told a meeting of euro zone finance ministers on Thursday that it was not sure if Greek banks, which have been suffering large daily deposit outflows,
    would be able to open on Monday, officials with knowledge of the talks said.

    Greek savers
    have withdrawn about 2 billion euros from banks over the past three days
    , with outflows accelerating rapidly since talks between the government and its creditors collapsed at the weekend, banking sources told Reuters.

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