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World War III in Financial Markets Begins

As I mentioned on the Private Blog yesterday, the Federal Reserve declared World War III in the financial markets as the European Central Bank (ECB) was on its [...]

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Afghanistan & the Incompetence of the West

Now that the Afghan government has fallen, I believe I am free to talk about what I do know. I met with the government on neutral ground in Thailand. I was invited [...]

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Gates – Buying the Press to Hide his True Nature

It has long been known behind the facade of the upstanding media that Bill Gates was not exactly the quiet nerd. The information surrounding his arrest has been [...]

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Iran & World War III

Thanks to provocative moves by Iran, President Biden is facing an increasingly uncertain situation when it comes to Iran, which has been America’s nemesis [...]

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World War III – 2024-2027?

QUESTION: Besides the Bible, there are many clairvoyants who predict that there will be World War III. Your models predict the rise in war tensions. What is your [...]

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Evil People in High Places? Or Just Coincidence?

Dick Cheney is best known for being the head of Halliburton who then became Vice President. Cheney moved his office directly in the White House and ran the [...]

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World War III & a Pipeline

To understand what is really behind the curtain regarding the Middle East, ISIS, Turkey, and the USA’s strategic attempt to reduce Russia’s control over [...]

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Putin Explains Who Created ISIS and Gives His View on Syria

Putin has revealed that he is far more intelligent than the Western media likes to portray him. Putin has pointed out that during the last two World Wars, Russia [...]

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Cycle of War & Obama’s New War Doctrine

When people heard for the first time that we had developed a Cycle of War that pinpointed the start of World War I and II, as well as the Vietnam War, among many [...]

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Athens: The Prelude to Freedom or Perpetual Economic Servitude?

The reading from our staff on the grounds in Athens seems to be 50/50 right now, but the NO vote appears to be more organized with booths and stalls setup [...]

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