Blog/International News

Fed v Treasury/Congress

COMMENT: The issue for me on the national level is debt-based money.  And that’s what the Federal Reserve is basically doing, issuing debt based money or [...]

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Four Banks Plead Criminally Guilty to Currency Manipulation

Back in 1999, I stood up in court and objected Alan Cohen’s demands for my lawyers to turn over tapes of conversations I recorded to protect me as a journalist [...]

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Hillary Clinton’s Lucrative Life of Crime

It is very interesting how outside of the U.S. people see Hillary for who she really is What is really interesting is that outside the USA, everyone sees Hillary [...]

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Owe Money? Your Passport Could Be Revoked

COMMENT:  Hi Marty, My husband owed $4,995 for child maintenance back in 2000 but fell off a roof and broke both feet and ended up in a wheel chair for a year, [...]

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FATCA Impacting Other Nations; Wiping Out Freedom

Believe it or not, a bell ringer in Britain (someone who rings the church bells) sought to move the account of their association. He had to fill out a form to [...]

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Denmark Preparing to be the First to Eliminate Cash

Denmark is not part of the euro; they have their own currency, the krone. So far, they appear likely to become the first country to abolish cash. The Danish [...]

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The Nationalization of Banks?

Mayer Amschel Rothschild, founder of the Bank of Rothschild, is commonly misquoted to have said: “Let me issue and control a nation’s money and I care [...]

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Germany Goes Nuts: Coincidence, Luck, Influence or Something Else?

QUESTION: Mr. Armstrong, I realize you do not believe you are influential. However, you began your European tour on April 28th and ever since the bond markets have [...]

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Hillary – The Corruption Never Ends

More and more details keep surfacing about the corruption of the Clintons. The biggest contributors to Hillary are Goldman Sachs, J.P. Morgan, and Citibank. After [...]

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Poland – Zloty

Poland is legally obliged to switch its currency to the euro under the terms of its 2004 EU entry. Nonetheless, Poland has continually demurred amid the [...]

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