Blog/International News

Who Owns the Fed?

The Federal Reserve is not owned by foreign banks, the Queen of England, the Rothschilds, or whomever. The shareholders are American banks. However, the Fed does [...]

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Myanmar Election

The 2004 October coup that saw Khin Nyunt replaced as prime minister amid reports of a power struggle and corruption have failed to demonstrate that corruption can [...]

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Putin & Military Establishment

The Obama Administration’s strategy regarding Russia and foreign affairs has been a total disaster. They have remarkably brought back the Cold War and placed the [...]

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Catalonia votes to Separate from Spain by 2017

The regional parliament of Catalonia has now approved a plan to set up a road map for independence from Spain by 2017. This is in direct defiance of the central [...]

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Merkel May be Forced From Office Over Refugees

Merkel’s refugee policy has really divided Europe, no less her own country. This issue appears staged to bring about her downfall. It was 17 days ahead of the [...]

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Schengen Agreement Suspended

Last February, we warned that the Schengen Agreement, which allows the freedom of movement within Europe, would come to an end. This crazy idea of allowing [...]

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Britain to Ban Any Encryption That Prevents the Taxman From Exposing British Citizens

Britain is going completely insane. They are passing a law that requires companies to provide unencrypted communications to the government. This may be a major [...]

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Hawaii Separatist Movement – Its Own Country by 2031?

The upcoming election in Hawaii has revealed the rise of a separatist movement that argues that Hawaii is an independent country that has been occupied. [...]

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Vermont Separatist Movement

The Vermont Republic was, in fact, a separate government that existed from 1777 to 1791. We are now starting to hear rumblings of a separatist movement beginning [...]

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Theresa May Forced to Back off of Proposal That Would Grant Police Full Access to Internet Search History

In Britain, Home Secretary Theresa May has been forced to back off from her proposal that would give the police full access to see your complete internet search [...]

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