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Belarus president Alexander Lukashenko

Tax Revolt in Belarus Turning to Mass Arrests

For weeks now, thousands of people have gone public in Belarus to protest against a special tax for “little workers” and demanded the resignation of [...]

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Vilseck-Orzysz

NATO Troops moved from Germany to Poland on Weekend

Soldiers were moved on the weekend from the garrison at Vilseck and were restationed at Orzysz in Poland close to the border with Belarus. This was a NATO unit [...]

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Macedonia 3-26-2017

Macedonia Reject Soros & the EU Socialism

For 26-days straight, thousands of people have taken to the streets in order to send the message to Soros and European leaders that the people of Macedonia are a [...]

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Obamacare

Obamacare Survives thanks to Corruption as Usual

COMMENT: With all the talk of the failed healthcare bill, doesn’t people realize the medical and pharma are the biggest lobbyist to Washington? That’s [...]

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Livermore

The Media Has Always Been Biased?

COMMENT: Marty; I managed to get a copy of your Greatest Bull Market in History at an auction. You do know they bring $3,000+ I presume? But what stunned me in [...]

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Major John

The Financial Crisis 1992-1993

QUESTION: Marty, it is well known here in Britain that you advised Thatcher of course, but it was John Major you advised and even wrote what he said during the [...]

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ObamaBirthCertificate

Does it Matter If You Are Born Outside USA to be President?

QUESTION: You said McCain was born in the Panama Canal Zone and that raised the same question as Obama. In your legal view, was Obama qualified to be president or [...]

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European North v South

Dijsselbloem’s comments regarding the Southern Europe reflect the political bias – not the general public at large within Europe. There are different [...]

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Uncle Sam & Media

The Dollar – Media – Interest Rates – Politics

  QUESTION: Hi Marty, A couple of questions please.  When the Feds raised the rates last week why did the dollar mover lower?  Also, with the trend change [...]

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Dijsselbloem Jeron Eurogroup

Jeroen Dijsselbloem insults Half of Europe

Jeroen Dijsselbloem, Eurogroup President, has launched a storm of indignation as he insults half of Europe, illustrating the clash between the North and South. [...]

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