The American Collapse One Giant False Flag

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By Zen Gardner

The events of late only tell one tale. The US is finished. Its impending implosion couldn’t be more obvious. If nothing else happens with their many other carefully engineered detonation devices placed in the American infrastructure, the inevitable economic collapse alone will bring the old whore to her knees. Very sad for the good folks still there but that’s the price an evil empire inevitably pays.

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Deutsche Bank Opaque Loans From Brazil to Italy Hide Risk

By Elisa Martinuzzi & Vernon Silver

Deutsche Bank has ranked among the top three underwriters of international bonds, excluding self-led deals, since at least 2002 and is first this year.

Deals totaling 2.5 billion euros ($3.3 billion) involving Italy’sBanca Monte dei Paschi di Siena SpA and Banco do Brasil SAreveal a technique that obscured Deutsche Bank’s lending reach when it sent cash to the banks, the documents show.

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Brazil, The Economic Growth (Oh, really?..), Crisis and the topsy turvy World

By: Michel Chossudovsky

Millions of people across Brazil have joined one of the largest protest movements in the country’s history. Ironically, the social uprising is directed against the economic policies of a self-proclaimed “socialist” alternative to neoliberalism led by the Worker’s Party government of president Dilma Rousseff.

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The Body Economic: Why Austerity Kills

 

By Richard Fitzpatrick

Healthcare cuts and unemployment cause a host of societal ills, yet Europe refuses to save its citizens, says Richard Fitzpatrick, Brian McArdle worked as a security guard in Lanarkshire, near Glasgow. He was 57 years old when he had a stroke on St Stephen’s Day, 2011. It left him paralysed on his left side, blind in one eye, and unable to speak. He signed up for disability income.

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The Levy That Has Shocked Cyprus Deposit-Holders

Cyprus’ eurozone partners and the IMF agreed early Saturday to bail out Cyprus to the tune of 10billion euro ($13billion) – largely to prop up its flailing banking industry. But the deal, as usual, comes with strings attached. The one causing the most consternation is a levy on bank deposits held in Cypriot accounts. Here’s a look at how that will work – and the problems it may pose.

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