Blog/World Events

Tangible Assets Still Rising

Pablo Picasso’s iconic abstract 1955 painting “Les femmes d’Alger” sold for a record $179,365,000 at an auction Monday in New York, at [...]

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Understanding a New World Order in Economics Is Possible

I have been doing a lot of interviews in Germany, from TV and radio, to newspapers and magazines. It is clear that they are starting to get the message that this is [...]

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A Cure for Cancer?

A new antibody injection could “wipe out advanced cancer” by rooting out and obliterating tumors, according to scientists at Stanford University School of [...]

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Miracle Advancements in Science: Can Aging Be Reversed?

There have been amazing discoveries in the area of health. The cause of an accelerated aging disease, known as Werner syndrome, which causes patients to show [...]

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The Debt Crisis in Europe That Can’t Wait

There is little doubt that people are now calling for a debt crisis in European sovereign debt. When we began warning that this crisis would arrive by 2015 before [...]

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Australia First to Introduce a Compulsory Tax on Money Itself

The reason I moved the Solution Conference forward was due to the fact that all my sources behind the curtain were screaming from the four corners of the world [...]

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The New Age of Economic Totalitarianism & the London Meeting to End Currency

I have been warning that the governments of the West are in severe trouble. We face the worst economic crisis, perhaps in modern history, with the distinct risk of [...]

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The Reaction in the Euro

The reaction rally in the Euro appears to be on schedule. The March low at 10458 held during April, so at the very least that implies a 2-3 month reaction rally. [...]

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Just When You Thought Oil Would Recover…

In Dresden, Germany, Audi has for the first time managed to produce carbon-neutral fuel. They have produced a small quantity of 160 liters of synthetic diesel [...]

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Scandals, Scandals, & More Scandals

One of the strangest aspects of politics is the so-called socialists who argue they are for the people, but tend to be the most dangerous in society. In ancient [...]

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