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  • Geo Engineering Doing Most Destruction to Planet-Dane Wigington
    By Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com  (Early Sunday Release) Dane Wigington, lead researcher for the global climate engineering informational website GeoengineeringWatch.org, says lawsuits are being prepared to get to the truth about what many call chemtrails. Wigington says, “It’s not just me. In fact, we have six US attorneys and two Canadian attorneys, and th […]
  • Secrets in Iran Deal, National Security Compromised, MSM Ignores Planned Parenthood
    By Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com (WNW 200 7/24/15) Secretary of State John Kerry defended the recent deal to curb Iran’s nuclear program. Critics say it’s weak, a bad deal and ramps up the arms race in the Middle East. If Congress does not vote to approve the deal, Kerry says, “We will have squandered the best […]Related Posts:Latest News and Top StoriesWNW […]
  • Take More Cash Out of Markets and Banks-Nomi Prins
    By Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com  Best-selling author Nomi Prins says the only thing propping up the system is money printing. The tip of the iceberg was the Greek debt crisis. Prins says, “Before it happened, there was a lot of concern at the central bank level. That wasn’t really discussed very much in the press . […]Related Posts:When Artificial Debt Buyi […]
  • Greece is Disaster Capitalism-Catherine Austin Fitts
    By Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com   (Early Sunday Release) Investment banker Catherine Austin Fitts says the world is getting tired of what she calls “disaster capitalism.” What does she mean? Look no further than Greece as Fitts explains, “Greece essentially looks to me like disaster capitalism. You are trying to get another positive return by liquidation, b […]
  • Greek Deal Not a Deal, Iran Deal Not a Deal, Fed Rate Hike Coming, Trashing Trump Unfair
    By Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com (7/17/15 WNW 199) Two big deals were made this week, but they may not be deals just yet. I characterize the deal to curb Iran’s nuclear program as a deal between liars and cheaters. The cheater is Iran. They have cheated in the past on curbing their nuclear program. Just a […]Related Posts:WNW 185-Iran Nuke Deal Falls Apart, […]
  • Greek Debt Deal a Financial Coup-Rob Kirby
    By Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com  Macroeconomic analyst Rob Kirby thinks that everybody should take notice of what is happening with the Greek debt crisis drama.  Kirby contends, “What has occurred in Greece, make no mistake, it is a financial coup.  It is not a bailout.  It’s a takeover by force.  The leader of Greece has obviously […]Related Posts:World He […]
  • Policy Extremes Maintain Illusion of Stability-Charles Hugh Smith
    By Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com  (Early Sunday Release) Financial writer and book author Charles Hugh Smith thinks the big unfolding trend is a global economy that is not being allowed to correct.  Smith contends, “Interest rates should rise, and what we are seeing is financial repression.  Instead of letting the market decide what the price of […]Related P […]
  • Iran Nuke Deal No Deal, Greek Crisis Latest, China Market Plunge, NYSE Glitch
    By Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com (WNW 198 7.10.15)  Have you ever noticed this many strange things going on at the same time?  The Iran nuke deal is going poorly.  Greece is looking like it will be plunged into an even bigger depression.  China stock market has turned from hero to zero in a huge market plunge […]Related Posts:WNW 185-Iran Nuke Deal Falls Apa […]
  • World Engaged in Same Lie as Greece-Karl Denninger
    By Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com   Financial commentator and trader Karl Denninger says what is going on in the Greek debt crisis is really a global problem.  Denninger explains, “All of these countries have engaged in the same lie.  They have all engaged in the same fundamental fraud, which is you can spend more than you take […]Related Posts:ISIS Only Unde […]
  • Frankenstein Debt Monster Has Peaked-Gregory Mannarino
    By Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com  (Early Sunday Release) Stock trader Gregory Mannarino says Greece is the tip of the debt iceberg.  Mannarino explains, “Never in history have we been so overwhelmed and buried underneath a mountain of debt.  I believe we are at a top in regard to the debt.  What does this mean?  We could […]Related Posts:Gregory Mannarino-Sy […]
  • No. 738: June Durable Goods Orders, New-Home Sales, Household Income
    (SGS Subscription required) • Complacency on the U.S. Economy and the U.S. Dollar Could Be Shaken in the Week and Month Ahead • Durable Goods Orders in a Pattern of Intensifying Monthly and Quarterly Year-to-Year Contractions • Second-Quarter Durable Goods Orders (Ex-Commercial Aircraft) in Steepest Annual Decline Since Economic Collapse • Second-Quarter New […]
  • Tentative Schedule for Commentaries
      Commentary Date Releases Period Release Date   Thursday, July 30, 2015 GDP (Benchmark Revision) 2015Q2-V1 07/30/2015   Wednesday, August 05, 2015 Construction Spending […]
  • No. 737: Industrial Production Benchmark Revision, Pending GDP Revisions, Gold
    (SGS Subscription required) • Gold-Price Manipulations Likely Were Central-Bank Orchestrated; Underlying Reasons for Holding Gold Remain Basic and Strong • Revamped Production Fell by 1.0% (-1.0%) in First-Half 2015, Now Down by 0.2% (-0.2%) and 1.7% (-1.7%) Respectively in First-Quarter and Second-Quarter 2015 • Downwardly-Revised Manufacturing Activity No […]
  • Commentaries News
    PUBLISHING SCHEDULE.   The next regular Commentary, scheduled for Thursday, July 30th, will cover the initial estimate of second-quarter GDP, the accompanying GDP benchmark revision and "advance" estimate of the June 2015 trade deficit See Schedule (LAST UPDATED July 23rd) […]
  • No. 736: June CPI, Housing Starts, Real Retail Sales and Earnings
    (SGS Subscription required) • "New" Recession Remains in Play—a Virtual Certainty— But Broad Recognition of Same Still May Be a Couple of Months Out • Real Earnings for All Private Employees Plunged in Second-Quarter 2015 • Inflation-Adjusted June Retail Sales Declined by 0.6% (-0.6%); Weakening Annual Growth Signaled Intensifying Recession • Headl […]
  • No. 735: June Industrial Production, Producer Price Index (PPI)
    (SGS Subscription required) • Last Time Industrial Production Activity Was This Weak, The U.S. Economy Was in Collapse • Second-Quarter Production Contracted at a 1.4% (-1.4%) Annualized Pace, First-Quarter Revised to 0.1% Annualized Gain (Effectively Unchanged) • Annual Production Growth at Recession Level • Production Series Subject to Massive Benchmark Re […]
  • No. 734: Nominal June Retail Sales, Financial Turmoil and Gold
    (SGS Subscription required) • June Retail Sales Generated an Intensifying Recession Signal • In the Context of Downside Revisions to April and May Retail Sales Activity, the "Unexpected" June Contraction of 0.3% (-0.3%) Should Rattle Expectations • Rising Inflation Means an Even Greater Decline in Real June Retail Sales • Mounting Global Financial […]
  • No. 733: May Trade Deficit, June M3, Systemic Uncertainties
    (SGS Subscription required) • Mounting Global Instabilities in a System Increasingly Out of Control • May 2015 Trade Deficit Showed Minimal Deterioration; Advance-June Trade Estimate Should Rattle Second-Quarter GDP • Headline June Reporting on Production and Retail Sales Also Should Soften GDP Expectations • Late-Month Jump Pushed June M3 Annual Growth to 5 […]
  • No. 732: June Employment and Unemployment, May Construction Spending
    (SGS Subscription required) • June Payrolls (Number of Jobs, Not People with Jobs) Rose by 223,000, But Number of People with Full-Time Employment Dropped by 349,000 • June Payroll Gain of 223,000 Was Just 163,000, Net of a Downside Revision of 60,000 Jobs to Overstated May Payrolls • Bad News—Drop in Unemployment from 5.5% to 5.3% Reflected 375,000 Unemploy […]
  • No. 731: Second Revision to First-Quarter 2015 GDP
    (SGS Subscription required) • Underlying Economic Reality Is Weak Enough to Pull the Heavily-Gimmicked, Headline GDP into Contraction • Adjusted for Inflation, First-Quarter GDP Fell by 0.17% (-0.17%); The Broader GNP Measure Fell by 0.98% (-0.98%) • Before Inflation Adjustment, First-Quarter GDP Fell by 0.23% (-0.23%); The Broader GNP Measure Fell by 1.06% […]

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  • Report From Moscow: Urgent Issues of International Law
    On July 10th this writer had the honour of participating in a unique event that took place in the stunningly beautiful Reception House of the Russian Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Moscow. In a chamber of white marble walls and glittering chandeliers, dozens of legal experts, parliamentarians, social activists and government representatives from Germany, Fra […]
  • CIA is Using “Man’s Best Friends” for Spying
    The activities of American intelligence services have received a somewhat extensive coverage from both the written media and different moviemakers, and not just from Hollywood alone, which is explainable if one is to consider the staggering amount of funds that are being allocated by the US Congress on the secret operations of such institutions. Therefore, [ […]
  • The Hydra of the Caspian Sea: Iran’s Naval Strategy
    The Iranian military is predominately thought of for its capabilities and strategy in the Gulf. Though the competitors differ in the Caspian Sea, the Iranian Military has a similar composition and strategy in this theater. The Strait of Hormuz is a global chokepoint for the flow of oil in which Iran is able to leverage […]
  • A Killer-Diller: GMO Soy makes Formaldehyde in our Gut
    Of course only very pathologically damaged mothers would ever knowingly feed their family formaldehyde. But that’s precisely what hundreds of millions of families are unknowingly doing around the world every day. A brilliant new scientific experiment has proven in a peer-reviewed study published in the journal, Agricultural Sciences, that human consumption o […]
  • United States is Destroying Saudi Arabia
    It’s hardly a secret for anyone that the United States and Saudi Arabia are longtime partners, hence Washington has historically been the guardian of Saudi interests in the Middle East. These special relations between the states were built back in the 1930s, when in exchange for security guarantees that were granted to the House of […]
  • Turkey Re-joins the House of Saud
    After experiencing a relatively strained period of disconnect with the Middle Eastern geo-political upheavals, Turkish foreign policy seems to be coming back to the square one as it re-joins hands with the House of Saud in the latter’s sinister campaigns in the Middle East, and as the latter intensifies efforts to build a new anti-Iran […]
  • ISIS and neo-Nazis: Is There a Difference?
    It seems that this time, Ukraine finally enters on the way for ‘democracy’. A proof can be a declaration, in which Petro Poroshenko announced that he will prohibit wearing masks in a civil gatherings. Another surreal move proving that Ukraine is on its path to become a Walt Disney’s cartoon is introduction of new police […]
  • India and Mongolia: Spiritual and Strategic Partners
    The ties between India and Mongolia are centuries old. Mongolian khans and princes took their origin from Chakravartins, the legendary Indian kings. It was Indian monks who sown the seeds of Buddha’s doctrine on the Mongolian ground some 2000 years ago. During the reign of Kublai Khan (1260-1294), a great grandson of Genghis Khan, Buddhism […]
  • China’s NGO Law: Countering Western Soft Power and Subversion
    China has recently taken an important step in more tightly regulating foreign non-governmental organizations (NGOs) inside the country. Despite condemnation from so called human rights groups in the West, China’s move should be understood as a critical decision to assert sovereignty over its own political space. Naturally, the shrill cries of “repression” an […]
  • Negotiations Between Kabul and the Afghan Taliban
    At the beginning of July 2015, Pakistan hosted a meeting of representatives of the Afghan Government and the Tehreek-e-Taliban Afghanistan, as part of the commitments to support the Afghan peace and reconciliation process headed by Afghanistan. The meeting was held in a historical township of Murree, near Islamabad. China and the US representatives were pres […]
  • American Enterprise in a Nutshell
    [youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3U3Rh9mxcoU?rel=0&showinfo=0]
  • 'Investors' Panic-Buy Stocks After Confidence Collapse Sparks Biggest Short-Squeeze In 6 Months
    China closes weak... Europe weak... US Consumer Confidence collapses... Energy credit risk increases dramatically... and stocks rip led by Energy in yet another epic short squeeze... [youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AG7LjVCj50Y]   We can't help but think this happens... [youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IMrEodLXc-g]   It seems some think Ch […]
  • China and Greece Signal a New Round of Deflation
    Stocks rallied today because the Fed meets today and tomorrow and traders are conditioned to play for a rally into Fed meetings. Also, stocks had fallen for four days straight prior to this and so we were oversold in the near-term. The larger picture concerns the bursting of China’s stock bubble as well as the ongoing 3rd Greek bailout drama. Regarding China […]
  • Why Your Portfolio Does Not Perform Like The Indices (In 1 Simple Chart)
    The average S&P 500 stock is no longer keeping pace with the market's moves... as breadth becomes focused on a shrinking pool of FOMO stocks.     Just add this to the list of charts that are flashing bright red "it's over" signals...   Chart: FBN Securities […]
  • Greece's Biggest Mistake Explained (In 1 Cartoon)
    Seriously...     Source: Townhall.com […]
  • Stuck In Market Purgatory: How China's Citizens Lash Out At The Broken Market, In Their Own Words
    What a difference a month makes: back in June, Chinese farmers could barely wait long enough to open one (or more) brokerage accounts and leave the pig herd for good, filled with dreams of getting filthy rich and early retirement happy endings; farmers who said on the record that "it's a lot easier to make money from stocks than farmwork." Ala […]
  • Does "Creative Destruction" Include The State?
    Submitted by Charles Hugh-Smith of OfTwoMinds blog, When do we get to exercise democracy and fire every factotum, apparatchik, toady and lackey in the state who has abused his/her authority? Everyone lauds "creative destruction" when it shreds monopolies and disrupts private enterprise "business as usual." If thousands lose their middle-c […]
  • Austrian Bad Bank "Black Swan" Bail-In Is Unconstitutional, Austria Declares
    The subject of bail-ins and bank resolutions is back in the news this month as every eurocrat in Brussels scrambles to determine the best way to recapitalize Greece’s ailing banking sector, which, you’re reminded, is sinking further into insolvency with each passing day thanks to the unyielding upward pressure on NPLs that’s part and parcel the country’s out […]
  • Blame The Fed For The Commodities Slump
    Submitted by Bill Bonner via Bonner & Partners, A Pileup in Commodities Meanwhile, on the commodities highway, there’s a huge pileup. The crash in the oil market – which has taken the price per barrel of U.S. crude down 53% over the last 12 months – has left a massive slick. A barrel of U.S. crude oil sold for just $48.14 at Friday’s close – just 42 cent […]
  • Compromised Hedge Funder Joins BOE In Revolving Door Roundtrip
    Meet Dr. Gertjan Vlieghe, partner and senior economist at hedge fund Brevan Howard Asset Management.   Vlieghe, a dual British-Belgian national, has a PhD from the London School of Economics where his dissertation centered around monetary policy, asset prices, and credit markets. For reference, here’s a very dry, and very tedious summary of his academic work […]
  • Buccaneer Glyphosate MSDS: Do Not Breathe
    Let’s undo some of the lawyer-speak in this well-crafted corporate trickbag designed to eliminate any and all culpability for the company manufacturing and selling the stuff.
  • GMO Soy Produces Formaldehyde and Disrupts Plant Metabolism
    The U.S. government’s gold standard for safety assessment of GMOs is based on the principle of “substantial equivalence,” which deems a GMO safe for human consumption and allows it to be fast-tracked to market, without any real testing, if the GMO, based on certain criteria, is “substantially equivalent” to its non-GMO counterpart. The study suggests that if […]
  • What No One Is Supposed To Know About Vaccination
    Common sense may be out of vogue, but its value remains even when we have lost our ability to use it. The idea of putting disease organisms into the body through hollow needles, bypassing all of the normal defenses of the human organism like the gastrointestinal and respiratory systems and the skin, in order to make us healthy and resistant to the disease be […]
  • BREAKING: Worldwide Seralini Study Published! Laboratory Rodent Diets Contain Glyphosate
    Out of 22 GMOs tested for, Roundup-tolerant GMOs were the most frequently detected, constituting up to 48% of the diet.
  • Cancer Tests Rigged to Show Glyphosate Safety
    Anthony Samsel discusses the falsifying of Glyphosate cancer safety tests by industry to show that it is safe.
  • Glyphosate: Test Yourself
    Feed the World has set up the first ever validated glyphosate testing (LC/MS/MS) for the general public worldwide.
  • No Expectation of Privacy
    The next time you see me doing something in my own backyard via the Google Earth spy machine, you just might get an eyeful. You have been warned.
  • Petition to End GMO Takeover of China
    The Ministry of Agriculture and the China Disease Control & Prevention Center have both colluded with Monsanto, who has provided them with “fake samples, carried out false tests, and falsified safety conclusions.”
  • BREAKING: Lab Chow Contaminated by Glyphosate
    Purina LabDiets, the laboratory diets used exclusively by scientists around the world for toxicology testing are contaminated by Glyphosate.
  • It’s time to declare a truce in the chemical war on weeds
    In Washington state there are six counties that have adopted a no-spray policy. They are: Thurston, Snohomish, Clallam, Jefferson, San Juan and Island. If you don't live in one of these counties, then your county is likely spraying a highly toxic substance, increasing exposure for all life forms, at taxpayer expense.

The Edge – September 30 2010

IMF planned destruction for USA and coming ww III (just another day at the beach)

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The Edge – September 29 2010

imf planning ww 3

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