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A Century Ago: Rockefellers Funded Eugenics Initiative to Sterilize 15 Million Americans

Some people are still under the impression that the Rockefeller Foundation is all about philanthropy: helping people and saving lives. In reality, the Rockefellers have been one of the largest financial backers and drivers of the eugenics and the depopulation agenda for over a century now. Check out these 1915 newspaper clippings we came across in research. The first is from The Salem Daily Capital Journal printed Thursday, November 4th, 1915.
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Londoners Will Be Running All Four Top News Businesses in the US

The news last week that John Micklethwait, editor-in-chief ofThe Economist, would be moving to New York from London to take charge of the far-flung editorial operations at Bloomberg News reminded me of s politically incorrect joke from my Midwestern childhood – the one about the Norwegian who moved from Minnesota to Wisconsin, thereby raising the average IQ in both states....
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'Sydney Siege' circus: Who's behind the cartoon character 'Sheik Man Haron Monis'

As predicted, the suspect amid the "Sydney Siege," has long been on the radar of Australian law enforcement, as well as a frequent visitor to Australia's court system. Before that, however, he came to Australia as a political refugee, an opponent of what he called the "Iranian regime," and was even interviewed by Australia's ABC network in 2001 as part of an ongoing anti-Iranian propaganda campaign. It has been revealed that long-time agitator, alias "Man Haron Monis," also known as "Manteghi Boroujerdi," was the suspect amid the so-called "Sydney Siege" hostage crisis. Monis/Boroujerdi claims to be a Shia'a religious leader and is often seen in press photos dressed as one.
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Dubai Financial Market in biggest fall for six years in fresh wave of panic selling

Dubai’s main stock index had its biggest one-day drop in six years as a further drop in crude oil prices on Friday triggered a fresh wave of panic selling. More than Dh65 billion have been wiped off the market value of UAE stocks in the past week with fund managers warning of more volatility ahead if the price of crude continues to plummet. In the long run, however, portfolio managers remain bullish about the economic growth story of the UAE. The governments of the Emirates have accelerated efforts to diversify revenues away from oil through trade, tourism, and financial services and have spent heavily on infrastructure such as roads and airports. “Oil prices remain the main driver for our market,” said Rami Sidani, the Dubai-based head of frontiers market investment at the asset management firm Schroders.
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Notorious British criminal and millionaire slum landlord Nicholas van Hoogstraten is bankrolling Mugabe’s ruthless wife ‘Gucci Grace’ to be the world’s first female dictator

Notorious for her foreign shopping sprees and obsession with Ferragamo shoes, Grace Mugabe has long been a figure of derision in Zimbabwe. Now the 49-year-old - known as 'Disgrace,' 'Gucci Grace' or the 'First Shopper' - is launching an astonishing bid to become the world's first female dictator - backed with millions in cash from a deeply unsavoury British millionaire.
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DENVER COPS ARREST MAN WHO EXPOSED THEM BEATING MAN ON VIDEO WHILE PROMOTING COP WHO DID THE BEATING

A man who video recorded Denver police repeatedly punching a man in the face, causing his head to bounce off the pavement, before tripping his pregnant wife and causing her to fall on her face – sparking an FBI investigation into the department – was arrested Thursday in what appears to be a case of retaliation. After all, Denver police not only arrested him on what they called a “newly activated traffic warrant” from a nearby county after he had just left the FBI office with whom he is cooperating on the federal investigation, they refused to allow him to bond out of jail, even though the warrant was regarding a measly missed court date over failure to provide proof of insurance and registration during a traffic stop a few months ago.
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The Devalued American Worker

The American economy has stopped delivering the broadly shared prosperity that the nation grew accustomed to after World War II. The explanation for why that is begins with the millions of middle-class jobs that vanished over the past 25 years, and with what happened to the men and women who once held those jobs. Millions of Americans are working harder than ever just to keep from falling behind
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America's Terrorist Mercenaries Wreck Havoc in Sydney

Reports indicate that a gunman dressed in Al Qaeda or "Islamic State" (ISIS) attire has taken hostages in a cafe in the Australian city of Sydney. Demands made by the gunmaninclude being allowed to contact Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbottand bringing him the Al Qaeda/ISIS flag. The latest incident should be examined in the context of ISIS' genesis and the source of its ability to seemingly menace the entire planet with violence and acts of terrorism with seemingly inexhaustible resources.
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The Other Torture Report: U.S. Taught Torture Techniques to Brazil Dictatorship

The United States wasn’t the only country releasing information about past human rights abuses last week. A report released by the Brazilian Truth Commission found that some members of that country’s military came to the United States for a special kind of education—to learn how to torture dissidents in their country. More than 300 Brazilians came to the School of the Americas, located at Fort Benning, Georgia, where instructors “recommended interrogation techniques like torture, execution, blackmail and arresting the relatives of those being questioned,” according to a Pentagon manual released in 1996.
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U.S. Taxpayers Now Alone in Financing Ukraine’s Ethnic Cleansing Campaign

The IMF has concluded that it was too optimistic when loaning Ukraine $17 billion at the end of April, and that the Ukrainian Government’s economic condition is far worse than the IMF expected, and also that the Government’s anti-corruption program is too weak to justify the planned loan-installments or “tranches” going to Ukraine. Therefore, “even providing the program of the next two tranches is open to question.”
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Are Your Savings Safe From Bail-Ins?

The truth is that banks in most western nations are vulnerable to bail-ins in 2015 and the recent G20 meeting in Brisbane was a further move towards the stealth bail-in regimes. More than seven years after the start of the financial crisis, banks have made strides towards improving financial stability but they are still struggling and pose risks.
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US Government Officials Admit: We’ll Torture Again, Unless You Prosecute Us

CIA chief John Brennan told Congress the CIA will torture again … the White House need only ask: We are not contemplating at all getting back into the interrogation program,” Brennan said. As for the future, he said, “I defer to future policymakers.” Cheney say he’d “do it again in a minute” (Cheney’s out of office, but there are many hardliners with similar mindsets. Indeed, the mainstream media still treats Cheney like royalty … and he’s left many followers in place … and still controls policy up to a point).
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Pictured: Moment suspected hostage-taker surrenders to police in Belgian town of Ghent as armed siege sparks fears of terror attack

Four gunmen took at least one hostage in an apartment in the Belgian city of Ghent today, the state prosecution service confirmed. A wide perimeter around the scene in the Dampoort area of the city has been blocked off and police have urged residents to remain indoors. Reporters at the scene said three people had surrendered without violence, but it was not clear if they were suspects – and armed police remain in the building.
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The EU's Day of Reckoning: Italy Is Too Big to Bail Out

Italy is one of the world’s leading tourist destinations. The ruins of the Roman Empire, in particular, the Coliseum, Palatine Hill, the Pantheon and the Forum, are major attractions. New ruins are now being created to mark the political decay at work at the heart of Italy’s democracy and economic policymaking. These new ruins could well include the country’s central bank and parliament as well as the Eurozone as the stage is set for Europe’s next big economic debt crisis.
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US Marijuana Legalization Already Weakening Mexican Cartels, Violence Expected to Decline

America’s first foray into rolling back prohibition 2.0 is barely underway, and already marijuana prices have dropped low enough to convince some cartel farmers in Mexico to abandon the crop. Mere months after two US states legalized marijuana sales, five Nobel Prize-winning economists released a UN report recommending that countries end their war on drugs. It would seem they were onto something.
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DOD gave Georgia law enforcement agencies $70M in military surplus gear

According to U.S. Department of Defense records, equipment ranging from an ice cream maker to grenade launchers has been given to Georgia law enforcement and government agencies through a federal military surplus program. The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reported that Georgia agencies received more than $70 million in decommissioned military gear, mostly in the last three years.
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Sydney siege: Hostages held in central cafe. Live Video, Updates

At least one gunman has taken several people hostage at a cafe in the centre of the Australian city of Sydney. Pictures on Australian television have shown at least three people with their hands up against a window, and a black flag with Arabic writing. Hundreds of armed police have sealed off the normally busy Martin Place in Sydney's central business district. Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott has described the incident as "deeply concerning". "All Australians should be reassured that our law enforcement and security agencies are well trained and equipped and are responding in a thorough and professional manner," he said in a statement.
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The Longest US War Has Already Cost $1 Trillion

The Afghanistan war, the longest overseas conflict in American history, has cost the US taxpayer nearly $1tn and will require spending several hundred billion dollars more after it officially ends this month, according to FT. This is on top of the Iraq wa, whichr has cost the US $1.7tn, according to one study.
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