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Jun 24 19:01

Who Are The Biggest Losers From Brexit?

Yesterday, we warned "EU is nothing without Britain," and it seems that is being borne out by today's price action. There are two big losers from the Brits' decision to "Leave" - UK Billionaires... and the rest of Europe.

Jun 24 17:18

Brexit wipes US$2 trillion off stock markets

Roughly US$2 trillion was wiped off global stocks after Britain's shock vote to leave the European Union sparked carnage in sharemarkets from New Zealand to London.

In case you're having trouble getting your head around that - two trillion is two thousand billion. And remember, one billion is one thousand million.

Wall Street had its biggest sell-off in 10-months overnight, with the S&P 500 share index dropping 3.6 per cent and the Nasdaq plunging 4.1 per cent.

That followed a torrid day's trading in Europe which saw London's FTSE 100 plunge more than 8 per cent at the open before recovering, to close down 3.2 per cent, after Bank of England governor Mark Carney pledged to do whatever it takes to support the markets.

Britain's 52 per cent vote to leave EU after 43 years in the union was not anticipated by markets, which rallied ahead referendum on expectations of a "remain" outcome.

Jun 24 15:41

Household energy bills should be SLASHED post-Brexit, says consumer expert

The Leave team’s statement said: “The least wealthy are hit particularly hard. The poorest households spend three times more of their income on household energy bills than the richest households spend.

“As long as we are in the EU, we are not allowed to cut this tax.

“When we Vote Leave, we will be able to scrap this unfair and damaging tax. It isn’t right that unelected bureaucrats in Brussels impose taxes on the poorest and elected British politicians can do nothing.”

Will Hodson, co-founder of TheBigDeal.com which negotiates better deals on consumer bills is encouraging Johnson to fulfil his promise. He said: "Vote Leave promised to cut energy bills if we left the European Union.

“If Boris Johnson is to be our next prime minister, he must keep that promise and we want his reassurance.

"Removing VAT from energy bills would put £60 back in people's pockets at a time of real uncertainty."

Jun 24 15:32

Germany, USA and Canada ALL say they want special trade deals with post-Brexit Britain

GERMANY has joined the United States and Canada in reaching out to Britain to stress the importance of trade deals with the UK outside of the European Union (EU).

It comes despite constant scaremongering from the Remain campaign in the run up to the referendum the UK would face a tough foreign deals if it quits the bloc.

Jun 24 14:37

Domino Effect: Brexit Will Trigger More Referendums and “The EU Will Crumble to Pieces”

The rising tide of nationalism in the UK will trigger other member states to demand their own referendums, and many observers believe it will be enough to break apart the EU altogether within just a few short years.

A group of European MEPs warned that last night’s astonishing Brexit vote will cause the EU to ‘crumble to pieces’ within the next five years.

‘This is the beginning of the end for the EU,’ Peter Lundgren, an MEP from the far-Right Sweden Democrat party, told MailOnline. ‘So many other countries will follow the UK. Europe will fall.’

Read more at SHTFplan

Jun 24 12:42

Despite the Vote, the Odds Are Against Britain Leaving the EU — Paul Craig Roberts

The propagandists who comprise the Western political and media establishments succeeded in keeping the real issues out of public discussion and presenting the leave vote as racism. However, enough of the British people resisted the brainwashing and controlled debate to grasp the real issues: sovereignty, accountable government, financial independence, freedom from involvement in Washington’s wars and conflict with Russia.

The British people should not be so naive as to think that their vote settles the matter. The fight has only begun.

Jun 24 11:40

Americans Work Too Long for Too Little

American workers annually work more hours than workers in any other post-industrial, “1st world,” country. In 2014, an average American worked 1,789 hours per year or 34.4 hours per week, placing the U.S. at 17th in the OECD’s list of developed countries; German workers rank 1st in terms of the lowest total annual hours worked, nearly one-quarter less per year at 1,371 hours or 26.4 hours per week.

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Jun 24 11:04

Please Don't Pop My Bubble!

Jun 24 10:36

Business Live: Markets in turmoil

The FTSE 100 has ended the day at 6,138.69 points, down 199 points.

That's still considerably higher than the 5,806 it touched earlier this morning.

European markets have been well and truly spanked, however, with the Dax in Frankfurt down 6.8% - its worst day since the financial crisis in 2008, the Cac in Paris shed 8%, Madrid fell 12%, while Milan takes the wooden spoon with a 12.5% plunge.

Wall Street is also lower lower, with the S&P down 2.7% and the Dow 2.1% lower.

Jun 24 09:24

The British are frantically Googling what the E.U. is, hours after voting to leave it

The whole world is reeling after a milestone referendum in Britain to leave the European Union. And although leaders of the campaign to exit Europe are crowing over their victory, it seems many Britons may not even know what they had actually voted for.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

I would suggest the opposite. I think it is the supporters of "Remain", who were not intellectually impressive when interviewed on the streets by the media, are trying to find out what it was about the EU that created such opposition.

Jun 24 09:17

Get Out While You Can?

Jun 24 08:18

This is What Elitist Panic Looks Like: Statement of G-7 Finance Ministers and Central Bank Governors on Brexit

Hilarious, they talk about unity and solidarity as Britain exits the EU.

Jun 24 06:58

Global Financial Giants Look to Use TTIP to "Harmonize" US-EU Laws, Remove Obstacles to Future Taxpayer Bailouts

"Too big to fail," it seems, was only the beginning. Should the coalition get its way at the next round of TTIP negotiations, giant global banks will be too big to even be questioned.

Finally, now that we know of the plan of the global banking industry to make an end-run around regulations designed to shield the American taxpayer from being fleeced again by the financial sector, it is important to remind ourselves of just who benefited from the last bailout and how much taxpayer money these billionaires pilfered to pay for their fiscal follies.

Jun 24 06:56

Brexit: So What Happens Next? ...... Where is the road map? Who can be trusted to see it through?

I had a bad feeling about it. And although we got the desired result against all expectations, the sense of foreboding is still there. Maybe it’s reserved for the actual implementation of Brexit and the possibility – no, probability – that it will be comprehensively fouled up.

Jun 24 06:52

Thousands protest anti-labor reform in Paris as Hollande vows ‘to go all the way’

Thousands have flocked to the streets of Paris to decry a highly-unpopular labor law. Two thousand police officers were deployed to provide security for the march restricted to a cordoned area of only 1.6km.

The heavy police presence was deployed to provide security for the event, which had initially been banned by the Paris Prefecture on Thursday morning.

Jun 24 03:29

Shock Brexit Victory Sends Pound Plummeting As Gold Soars: “All Hell Is Breaking Loose”

It would seem that the global markets were in for quite a surprise when the Brexit "leave" campaign was victorious.

Now, gold is up, oil is down and the British pound is plummeting...

is more chaos ahead? Here's what they are saying...

Read more at SHTF

Jun 23 22:48

BREXIT WINS | GLOBAL MARKETS IN FREEFALL

The latest on global stock, bond and currency markets...

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Jun 23 19:42

BREXIT Shocker! (?)

Jun 23 18:32

EU referendum: pound plunges as first results point to Brexit

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Imagine my shock! Sky News is predicting In 44%, Out 56%!

But still early in the counting and the numbers are all over the place. The riggers still have room to work their evil ways!

Already the British media is reminding everyone that this is an "advisory" referendum and Parliament is not bound to comply. So this isn't really over until the fat lady pukes!

Jun 23 17:37

The Slow Crash: When Global Economies Are Run By Banks

There are two definitions of deflation. Most people think of it simply as prices going down. But debt deflation is what happens when people have to spend more and more of their income to carry the debts that they’ve run up.

Jun 23 17:30

The £100bn parasite bankers: City sharks work through the night to make a killing on the result of the referendum

Shameless bankers were tonight gambling billions of pounds on the EU referendum.

Hedge funds had commissioned private exit polls to steal a march on the official declaration.

Armed with the advance information – and a £100billion war chest – their traders are on an all-night 'feeding frenzy'.

They are thought to have placed huge bets on currencies and other markets, hoping to clean up by the time stock exchanges opened tomorrow.

MPs said the public – up to 40million of whom voted – would be disgusted by the casino-style wagers on the nation's future.

Jun 23 16:30

Pound, Euro, Dollar LIVE: GBP Collapses on Shock Swing to Brexit

Shock results in from Sunderland where Remain was supposed to win.

Leave takes

Newcastle-Upon-Tyne has delivered a very close victory to Remain, it was expected to be stronger by pollsters. Remain: 50.7%, Leave: 49.3%.

With rumours of Leave doing well elsewhere, nerves are high and volatility is likely to extend.

Jun 23 16:29

Janet Yellen Doesn't Know Murphy's Law

Jun 23 15:54

Insiders Warn of System Failure Dead Ahead

Jun 23 15:41

Banking For A Baltimore Undivided

Joshua Harris, Baltimore mayoral hopeful, explains that he is running on the Green Party ticket because Baltimore is ready for fresh ideas.

Jun 23 15:40

Fed Chair: Creating debt-free money to directly pay for public goods/services is power to ‘legitimately consider.’ Data and history: $1,000,000 benefits for every US household upon our demand to end .01% oligarchy

*hyperlinks/videos live at source*

Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen affirmed last Wednesday in a press conference that the power to create debt-free money for direct payment of public goods and services is a legitimate consideration.

In a statement parsed with eleven references that this action is “unusual,” “rare,” and claimed fears of hyperinflation, Yellen’s admission of this game-changing power is poisoned with lies of omission and commission. The top three lies, with more below:

Jun 23 14:46

VIDEO Bankers Being Spanked

Jun 23 13:42

More Chobani Capitalism, Please

This spring, Hamdi Ulukaya — the CEO of the Chobani yogurt company — did something remarkable. He gave his workers a 10 percent ownership stake in their company.

Jun 23 13:19

A New Balance Of Power In The Gold Market

Jun 23 12:24

ON THE BRINK: GLOBAL BLACK SWAN APPROACHING

Jun 23 11:36

Time for sharing and a just economic model

Graham Peebles highlights the damage to humanity inflicted by the neoliberal economic model, which is built upon greed and division, and argues that an alternative model, with sharing, justice and equality at its heart, is possible and overdue.

Jun 23 11:36

Wall Street Boom, Main Street Bust

Jun 23 11:16

Goldman Sachs announces more layoffs

Jun 23 10:51

Why Gold, Why Now?

Jun 23 10:16

Adolph Hitler: Agent of the Round Table

The man who discovered Hitler and advanced his career in Germany was Ernst Hanfstaengl, a German businessman with key links to the Round Table conspirators and the highest echelons of power in the US, right up to the office of the American president at the time.

Jun 23 09:56

The economic conundrum that is Ireland

Jun 23 09:53

Where Uber and Lyft Have Failed Arcade City May Succeed

By Derrick Broze

As various cities around the U.S. struggle with how to define and regulate transportation network companies that offer ridesharing, at least one company is paving the way for a regulation-free ridesharing experience...

Jun 23 09:20

The Meaning of Brexit

Whatever the British people decide about the EU the people who dwell on this island have been pushed to think patriotically and nationalistically. The decision each of us make to vote for ‘remain’ or for ‘leave’ will be based on the realisation that this political decision will have a significant personal impact.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Nothing will change. The fix is in.

Jun 23 09:14

Where Are the Jobs? Mostly In Big Cities

Jun 23 09:06

BREXIT BACKERS URGE USE OF PENS AMID VOTER FRAUD FEARS

Leave campaigner are urging voters to take their own pens to the polling stations amid fears that pencil markings can be erased.

About half of all Brexit backers fear that the Brexit vote could be rigged according to a poll.

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Jun 23 09:05

BREXIT PREDICTION: Globalists are going to steal the referendum with massive fraud... 'remain' will be declared the winner even if 'leave' wins the vote

Here at Natural News, we fully endorse the BREXIT vote to leave the European Union. (Heck, we even support #Texit for Texas independence!) Yet I predict that "remain" will be declared the winner for a simple, obvious reason: The globalist slave masters of the EU will not voluntarily allow the peasants escape to their control.

Over the next day, we are going to witness the most extraordinary voting fraud ever pulled off in history as the globalist machine makes sure BREXIT fails. After all, they already murdered a member of Parliament (Jo Cox) to try to sway the votes... do you really think they won't commit ballot box fraud, too?

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Jun 23 08:40

Shocking Interview From A Legend On Brexit And The Global Chaos That Is Coming

The key is that Breixt isn’t really a legal vote, it’s an advisory vote. If “leave” wins by a small margin and there is a stock market crash, there is a printing press to buy that crash and global stock markets will come right back. The reason for that is because the vote to leave is more advisory. This is what people don’t understand. Meaning, it’s just an advisory vote to leave but it’s not mandatory for Great Britain to leave the EU.

The “Brexit” vote outcome currently is still a coin flip. I believe that the “New World Order” globalists are particularly at risk if the UK exits, since the EU is their model for world government. However, if the vote is to “leave” it will most likely be temporary. Who says so?

Jun 23 08:13

The Referendum - 28 Reasons to leave.

The EU is an unelected 3 tier dictatorship on the soviet model, with a sham parliament in Brussels. In time, that's slavery for all of us.
The EU has bribed 28 Prime Ministers with £10 million per treaty to sign away their nations and their freedom. Ordinary Ministers get less. Its much cheaper than building weapons and going to war, as Adolf Hitler did.

That is why all the establishment is wholly in favour of the EU. Edward Heath’s bribe was money laundered to him as a Nobel Peace Prize. Except he hadn’t created any peace. Formerly penniless, he bought a £3 million house in Salisbury, and his yacht, Morning Cloud, with it.

The EU is the end of the once democratic Great Britain, which was abolished by the EU’s Lisbon Treaty on the First January 2009. This referendum is our last chance to get Britain, our 3,500 year old nation, back.

Jun 23 08:08

Nigel Farage last speech before the Referendum

Jun 23 08:05

Russian MP: EU is community of corporate interests rather than values or principles

The European Union is a community based on corporate interests rather than on common values or principles, a Russian lawmaker said on Wednesday commenting on Hungarian Foreign Minister Peter Szijjarto’s statement that the extension of the anti-Russian sanctions six more months is a wrong decision.

Jun 23 08:04

Death Agony of Thatcher Deregulated Financial Model

During the end of the 1970’s into the 1980’s British Conservative Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher and the City of London financial interests who backed her, introduced wholesale measures of privatization, state budget cuts, moves against labor and deregulation of the financial markets. She did so in parallel with similar moves in the USA initiated by advisers around President Ronald Reagan. The claim was that hard medicine was needed to curb inflation and that the bloated state bureaucracy was a central problem. For almost three decades, Anglo-American university economic faculties have turned to Thatcherite deregulation of financial markets as ‘the efficient way,’ in the process, undoing many of the hard-fought gains secured for personal social security, public health care and pension security of the population.

Jun 23 08:00

Nailed, the four big EU lies: Talks with Turkey will start in days, Brexit WON'T spark trade war say Germans, Brussels will NOT reform on open borders and deportation of jobless EU migrants a myth

Four key claims made by the Remain camp were demolished last night in the final hours of the referendum battle.

As voters prepared to go to the polls in a knife-edge contest, Leave supporters said David Cameron's arguments on Turkey, trade, migration and welfare had fallen apart.

And in a final impassioned plea, Michael Gove declared today was 'D-Day' for current generations of Britons. He urged wavering voters not to flinch from regaining sovereignty from a Brussels machine that would leave their country poorer and less secure.

Jun 23 07:58

French unions 'win right to march' after ban outrage

Unions claim they have been given the right to march on Thursday, after police had earlier announced a ban that sparked outrage from French politicians.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

The people are angry, and from this point on, everything governments do only increases that anger!

Jun 23 07:56

O Brexit Day! Callooh! Callay!

Jun 23 07:55

Hollande Facing Showdown as Labor Law Protesters Defy Demo Ban Threat

Francois Hollande - already the most unpopular French president on record - is facing a showdown with unions and students after they threatened to defy a ban on marching through Paris in a day of protests over reforms to France's labor laws.

France has been beset by protests since Hollande's Socialist government forced through changes to the strictly codified French labor laws — known as the Code du travail — in an effort to make it easier for employers to take on permanent staff and allows for more flexible working.

There have been rolling strikes for two months, affecting fuel refineries, fuel depots, the French railway, garbage collections, public services and educational establishments.

Jun 23 07:53

View competition objectively: China tells Merkel and EU

In a meeting with German Chancellor Angela Merkel, Chinese President Xi Jinping has urged the EU to “view competition objectively”.

Merkel has already said she favours, in principle, granting China market economy status at the World Trade Organization, and is expected to back Beijing when heads of the European Commission debate the issue in late June or July.

Xi “expressed hope that Germany and the European Union would view competition and cooperation objectively, appropriately address trade disputes with China and honor their obligation stated in Article 15 of the accession protocol signed when China joined the World Trade Organization in 2001, to ensure healthy development of the economic and trade ties between China and the European side” state news agency Xinhua said.

Market-economy status would be a business boost for China. The US has argued against it.

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Meanwhile, China and Germany have inked 96 deals valued at $15 billion during Merkel’s trip, her ninth visit to China.

Jun 23 07:38

Robots to Pay “Social Security” Under EU Tax Proposal

The EU is studying a proposal that would count robots as people for tax purposes.

Jun 23 07:25

66 Million Americans Have No Emergency Savings

Jun 23 07:23

Exit Polls Canceled in Brexit Referendum

As Reuters reports, like in 2014 and unlike in national elections, British broadcasters on Thursday will not conduct exit polls - in which people are asked as they leave polling stations how they voted

Webmaster's Commentary: 

They are going to steal this election!

Jun 23 07:23

YouGov confirms exit poll for Brexit referendum

YouGov Head of Political and Social Research Joe Twyman has confirmed, via Twitter, that there will be an exit poll for the referendum.

Twyman;s tweet reads: “At @YouGov we will run our own On-the-Day #EURef poll on Thursday, as we did for Scot Ref. Findings announced on @SkyNews after polls close.” Polls on Thursday June 23rd will close at 22:00 BST.

Jun 23 07:19

Robert Mundell, economist and "evil genius of the euro"

The idea that the euro has "failed" is dangerously naive. The euro is doing exactly what its progenitor – and the wealthy 1%-ers who adopted it – predicted and planned for it to do.

That progenitor is former University of Chicago economist Robert Mundell. The architect of "supply-side economics" is now a professor at Columbia University, but I knew him through his connection to my Chicago professor, Milton Friedman, back before Mundell's research on currencies and exchange rates had produced the blueprint for European monetary union and a common European currency.

Jun 23 06:55

China's Reserves & the Flight of Money

Jun 22 19:49

'Do whatever it takes to SAVE the euro' Germany approves European Central Bank bond-buying

POLITICIANS and academics have been overruled by Germany’s top court to allow drastic measures to save the euro.

The European Central Bank (ECB) will now be allowed to buy up debt and prop up the eurozone’s ailing economies, supported by Germany’s central bank.

The word "Eurotanic" springs to mind.

Jun 22 17:21

Brexit: What Is It About? – Paul Craig Roberts

If you read the presstitute media, Brexit—the referendum tomorrow on the UK’s exit from the EU— is about racism. According to the story line, angry rightwing racists of violent inclinations want to leave the EU to avoid having to accept more dark-skinned immigrants into England.

Despite the constant propaganda against exit, polls indicated that more favored leaving the EU than remaining until a female member of Parliament, Jo Cox, was killed by a man that a witness said shouted “Brexit.” Cox was an opponent of leaving the EU.

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Jun 22 15:47

Yellen is Helpless

Jun 22 15:44

US Diplomat Headed To Caracas Amid Food Shortages In Venezuela

The US and Venezuela have tradionally had an on–off relationship, which has recently been mostly off. However, a senior US diplomat is expected to meet with President Nicolas Maduro and the opposition that is seeking to remove him from power.

Jun 22 14:04

HORROR GROCERY SHOPPING DURING VENEZUELA’S FOOD SHORTAGES

This week Venezuelans are lining up to validate their signatures on a recall referendum for President Maduro. Among the reasons for Maduro's unpopularity is that more and more people are starting to wonder where their next meal is coming from. These days, those who have enough Venezuelan currency (now trading at 1,000 bolivars to the dollar on the black market) to buy food often have a hard time finding any.

Jun 22 14:02

Of Course Clinton Would Say Trump’s Economic Policies Will Trigger Recession

US presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton has slammed his Republican rival Donald Trump as a “dangerous” businessman who would plunge the US economy into recession and cost Americans millions of jobs.

Jun 22 13:19

When Will Deflation Turn into Inflation?

Jun 22 13:09

Drop Dead Letter To Collection Agencies

Many years ago I used to listen to Clark Howard, a consumer and finance talk show host. I enjoyed his show and learned a lot. One thing I remember that I heard on Clark's show and actually used, was his 'drop dead letter' to collection agencies. It really works. I have used it in years past, verbally with aggressive collection agencies. It has never failed. It really is as literally simple as this, invoking federal law: "To whom it may concern: I have been contacted by your company about a debt you allege I owe. I am instructing you not to contact me any further in connection with this debt. Under the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act, a federal law, you may not contact me further once I have notified you not to do so."

Jun 22 11:38

FAKE SATOSHI NAKAMOTO TRYING TO PATENT ALL SORTS OF BITCOIN RELATED IDEAS

Earlier this week I got knocked out by some pretty serious food poisoning. The few times I would try to do some work or pop in on Twitter, all I was seeing was people mocking the London Review of Books' somewhat insane 35,000-word-long profile of Craig Wright, the guy who earlier this year claimed to be the real Satoshi Nakamoto. While he even convinced Gavin Andresen (the guy who really turned Nakamoto's original work into actual Bitcoin), many others quickly pointed out that Wright's "proof" appeared to be a giant scam. Why write a 35,000-word profile on a guy who isn't Satoshi Nakamoto? I don't know, but thankfully the food poisoning and the few snarky tweets I saw saved me from digging into the entire thing and wasting an afternoon. Fusion posted a much shorter summary of the piece, in case you're wondering.

Jun 22 11:02

The EU’s betrayal of Britain’s fishing industry

In the Seventies, Britain and Greenland held around 80 percent of fish stocks. In comparison, nations such as France, Spain and Italy had destroyed stocks in the Mediterranean.

With such a small population so reliant on one industry, Greenland saw no other option but to leave the EU. How is the nation doing now? Having ignored the scaremongers at the time, the islanders have found their average income on par with other rich Northern European states, and they have benefited from the lack of EU red tape.

In addition, Greenland successfully negotiated favourable terms for their exit, and now enjoy favourable trade deals with the EU. If a nation of 57,000 can do it, why do we often hear that Britain, a nation of 65 million, cannot do the same?

Jun 22 11:01

Iceland's fishing industry 'better off outside' EU

Iceland's fishing minister has said the country would "never join the European Union" because the country is thriving outside.

The country applied to join the EU in 2009, but dropped the application last year.

A key factor, said Gunnar Bragi Sveinsson, was the desire to retain control over fishing grounds.

The nation now has one of the most modern and productive fishing industries in the world.

Jun 22 11:00

How Joining the EU led to a Big Decline in UK Industry

When the UK joined the EU we had a 45 million tonnes a year steel industry. Today we are battling to save an 11 million tonnes industry.

When we joined the EU we had a 400,000 tonnes a year aluminium industry. Today we have just 43,000 tonnes of capacity left.

When we joined the EU we had 20 million tonnes of cement capacity. Today we have 12 million tonnes.

Just before we joined the EEC in 1971 we had a 1 million tonnes a year fishing industry. Today we have 600,000 tonnes.

Jun 22 09:54

Iran becomes the seventh full member of the Shanghai Organization

Kremlin advisor Yuri Ushakov said on Thursday that it is expected that the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO), led by Russia and China, to accept Iran as their seventh full member at the summit in Uzbekistan.

Jun 22 09:52

Of course Clinton would say Trump's economic policies will trigger recession

US presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton has slammed his Republican rival Donald Trump as a "dangerous" businessman who would plunge the US economy into recession and cost Americans millions of jobs.

Jun 22 09:21

David Keighley’s BBC Watch: How State propaganda linked Cox’s death to Farage’s poster

The Corporation’s treatment of Farage this week has taken this negativity to a new, menacing level. It is clear, unequivocal evidence of deep prejudice against the ‘exit’ side. Last Thursday, Farage unveiled a campaign poster based on a picture of immigrants on European soil that was aimed at drawing attention to the problems caused by the EU’s attitudes towards the issue. Controversial? Yes. Unsubtle? Maybe. But without doubt, a depiction of a legitimate aspect of a debate in which control of immigration has played a central role.

Two hours later, 150 or so miles away, a gunman with mental health issues cruelly killed the MP Jo Cox. Despite the dangers of ascribing rational motives to the deranged, the Left instantly hijacked the murder to create political capital, and this has continued relentlessly to the extent that it now defines the ‘Remain’ case.

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People who know the killer insist he had no political views at all, even on the Brexit.

Jun 22 09:10

Fascist victory behind the European Union

Most of what you learned from orthodox history schooling is flat out wrong. Add into this indoctrination, the movie accounts that portray the reasons and motivations about the conflict during World War II.

Jun 22 09:03

Obama is gutting Medicare

Under the guise of “reform,” President Obama is dismantling Medicare — dooming seniors to needless pain and disability and shortening their lives.

The stakes are high, because Medicare and the access it gives patients to medical innovations have transformed aging. Before Medicare, older folks languished in nursing homes or wheelchairs with crippling illnesses. Now, seniors dodge that fate, thanks to hip and knee replacements, cataract operations and heart procedures — all paid for by Medicare.

The American Journal of Public Health reports that a man turning 65 can expect to live almost five years longer than he would have in 1970 — and almost all of it in good health. What a priceless gift.

A gift Obama is snatching away.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

"Look, we have to come up with all that cash for Israel, and that means you old and useless folks are going to have to forget about hip and knee replacements! Governing is choosing. Governing is prioritizing!" -- Official White Horse Souse

Jun 22 08:53

The EU Scam in Memes - David Icke

Jun 22 08:50

British Referendum: Brits to Choose Between Freedom or Slavery

The fate of Britain lies in the balance. In tomorrow’s referendum, the British will decide if they wish to remain in Europe and be part of the European Community (EU), or regain their sovereignty and independence.

Once you realize that the European Union is essentially a “Jew Club”, you will understand that this referendum is really a choice between throwing off the shackles of international Jewry or continuing to live under Jewish rule and take orders from unelected Jews and their Jewified gentile lackeys in Brussels — unabashed apologists for Zionism such as Angela Merkel and Jean-Claude Juncker, both of whom have been accused by conspiracy theorists (rightly or wrongly) of being crypto-Jews.

Jun 22 08:38

EUROPEAN RIGHT PARTIES MEET NEAR VIENNA TO SUPPORT BREXIT

They gathered near Vienna for a Patriotic Spring. Europe's right leaders have supported the British peoples desire to leave the EU. They also condemned the unsolved migrant crisis, calling for a restoration of national sovereignty. This happened last friday.

The meeting was hosted by Austria's Freedom Party (FPÖ), which almost won presidential elections in May and which is leading opinion polls ahead of the next scheduled elections in 2018. Politicians from nine countries attended the meeting, including Marine Le Pen of France's National Front, politicians from the Alternative for Germany (AfD) and Italy's Lega Nord.

The so-called political elites of Europe "are scared that the United Kingdom is regaining its liberty, its freedom to trade with whom it pleases," Le Pen told to the people present at the event. "We want all the peoples of Europe to take back these liberties. The will of the people has to be respected," she stated.

Jun 22 08:32

The History of Banking Control in the United States

The bankers' dictatorship and their debt-money system are not limited to one country, but exist in every country in the world. They are working to keep their control tight, since one country freeing itself from this dictatorship and issuing its own interest- and debt-free currency, setting the example of what an honest system could be, would be enough to bring about the collapse of the bankers' swindling debt-money system worldwide.

Jun 22 08:24

Hillary Clinton Rants That "Trump Would Throw Us Back Into Recession"

After a Gallup poll was released earlier this month showing that 53% of Americans prefer Donald Trump for handling the economy compared to 43% who prefer Hillary Clinton, the presumptive Democratic presidential nominee felt the need to address the issue during a speech on Tuesday.

Jun 22 08:22

You Can't Have A Bank Run If There Is No Cash

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