LATEST NEWS : BRICS Gold Source and Belgium Bulge

The detection of the rapid rise in USTreasury Bonds in the Belgiumofficial central bank account has aroused broad and deep suspicions. Finally an open sore is visible that cannot be explained away easily. It first appeared a couple months ago. The initial knee-jerk reaction was that the USFed was colluding with the Euro Central Bank to […]

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LATEST NEWS : UMBLINGS IN PRECIOUS METALS MARKETS A SIGN OF COMING MONETARY SYSTEM COLLAPSE

Precious metals headlines have spiced up in recent weeks as continuing evidence of the reverberations of The End Of The Monetary System As We Know It (TEOTMSAWKI). The closing of the London Silver Fix, gold manipulation lawsuits in New York, Austria wanting to audit its gold held by England, Barclays being fined over gold manipulation, […]

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LATEST NEWS : Nigel Farage – The Entire Western Financial System Is A Mirage

With requests pouring in from all over the world for KWN to get an interview with MEP Nigel Farage, the man who just shocked the world, today King World News caught up with Farage and he did not disappoint.  He warned KWN that the entire Western financial system is a mirage, and he also spoke […]

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LATEST NEWS : China suggests U.S. may have fabricated evidence for cyberattacks

China’s suggested on Thursday that the United States had fabricated evidence to underpin accusations of cyber attacks and had incited China’s neighbors to “stir up trouble” in disputed waters. The strongly-worded comments by the defense ministry come as relations between the world’s two largest economies are increasingly strained by a row over cyberespionage. The United […]

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LATEST NEWS : Europe has an even bigger crisis on its hands than a British exit

If Europe’s policy elites could not quite believe it before, they must now know beyond much doubt that they have lost Britain. This island is no longer part of the European project in any meaningful sense. British defenders of the status quo were knouted on Sunday. UKIP won 27.5pc of the vote, or 29pc after […]

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LATEST NEWS : What Austria’s Gold Audit Means for You

I own a few ounces of gold here and there and, though I’m sure it’s safe, I always like to check on it — just to make sure it’s still where I know it should be. Seems reasonable, no? Which is why Austria is now the latest country to step up and say, “Hey, what’s up with our gold? Is […]

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LATEST NEWS: Middle classes will disappear in next 30 years warns Government adviser

The middle classes will die out within 30 years because of rising property prices, which will rob today’s children of their dreams, an economist has warned. David Boyle, a government adviser and fellow of the New Economics Foundation think tank, said that youngsters can no longer expect the same level of affluence as their parents. […]

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LATEST NEWS : Bank of England's Carney says bankers should be less selfish

Bankers should think less about personal gain and more about the health of the rest of the economy, Bank of England Governor Mark Carney said on Tuesday. Speaking at a conference on ‘inclusive capitalism’ organised by the City of London – which was also addressed by former U.S. President Bill Clinton and Britain’s Prince Charles – […]

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LATEST NEWS: Richard Ravitch: Expect a Tsunami of Municipal Bankruptcies

Rising pension-fund and health-care costs are putting enormous pressure on state and local governments, Richard Ravitch, who is advising Detroit’s bankruptcy judge, tells CNBC. Plus, the federal government, attempting balance its own budget, has cut its funding to cities. Politicians prefer not to raise taxes or cut services, so have repeatedly issued bonds to borrow, kicking the […]

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LATEST NEWS : Speaking Truth to Monetary Power

Until Ron Paul raised the issue at the national level in 2007, the Federal Reserve System had been treated with the kind of lazy indifference or acquiescence with which the public gradually comes to accept any institution of long standing. To be sure, most of the public still treats it that way. They have not […]

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