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BACK IN 2008 the Irish Government caved in to ECB pressure and agreed to bail out in full (including — incredibly — unsecured bondholders) the creditors of Ireland’s troubled banks, putting the Irish taxpayer on the hook for potentially €65 billion. This was equivalent to nearly…
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by John I. Johnson I CAME ACROSS the name of a hedge fund manager named Rev. Emmanuel Lemelson (pictured) in a news article. I thought, “What?” It turns out he’s a Greek Orthodox priest in a small town in New Hampshire who also runs a small hedge fund. I was immediately suspicious because…
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by Andrew Hamilton FORBES MAGAZINE recently ranked the richest hedge fund managers in the United States by estimated net worth. The latter figure represents the estimated personal wealth of the managers, not the assets of the hedge funds they oversee. Twenty-four of the 32 names on the list (75%) are…
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Special announcement of the National Alliance Radio Network in the second half of the program American Dissident Voices broadcast of November 21, 2015 by Kevin Alfred Strom THE WRITER David Sims put it beautifully when he said recently that “Every race has its peculiarities. Whites have moderately…
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by Dr. Ingrid Rimland Zundel THIS ARTICLE was written for mature and thoughtful people who want to understand today in light of yesterday. It was not written for baboons who start to howl the moment they hear “Hitler” — the way the monkeys of my youth used to howl in front of my window in South America…
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The debate over Greece’s debt goes on and on, but both sides ignore the most salient fact: The “loans” are created out of nothing, so nothing is owed. The banking billionaires are raping us all, from Greece and Germany to America and Argentina.
EARLIER THIS WEEK, when we reported…
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by Max Musson ACCORDING TO those who promote European union as an idealistic aim and those who promote the EU as the embodiment of that ideal, such a union is intended to be beneficial for all concerned — a state of affairs in which each member state is stronger and more secure because of the fraternal…
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Actually, this doesn’t go nearly far enough: We need a completely new, non-usurious, non-fraudulent banking system. But small rebellions can encourage larger ones. THE BOARD OF Supervisors in Santa Cruz County, California, have taken a bold step. The County has decided that they will not…
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Jewish-controlled hedge fund attempts to disrupt Korean merger ON JULY 17, the shareholders of Samsung C&T, a construction company that is part of the vast, sprawling corporate empire under the control of Samsung Group, are set to vote on a merger with Cheil Industries, another Samsung subsidiary.…
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EDITOR’S NOTE: Mostly mixed-race Puerto Rico, and other lands of low productivity, feel the crunch first — but eventually all of us will reach the point where the banks are “owed” more than the people and the land can produce. Debt slavery through fractional reserve banking…
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