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How Trump Could Save Mexico

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Donald Trump has already forced Mexico to clean up its national image, underscoring how the country suffering from NAFTA could actually benefit from a Trump presidency. Mexico is launching a massive PR campaign to improve perceptions of the country after Trump exposed many of its problems, but this is a good thing: sometimes it takes your worst critic to enforce needed change. In fact, Trump’s proposed... 

Will The United States Collapse Due To An Internal Societal Meltdown?

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Are we witnessing the beginning of the end for the United States of America? All great nations eventually fall, and the United States is not going to be any exception. Many of those that write about the decline of our once great country tend to focus on external threats, and there are certainly many that could be talked about. But perhaps even more ominous is the internal societal meltdown that we... 

"How Has the System Been Working Out For You And Your Family?" - Trump

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Donald Trump appears to be taking the war to the establishment and he’s talking directly to the American people in a an op-ed published by The Wall Street Journal. “Let me ask America a question,” Trumps begins. “How has the ‘system’ been working out for you and your family? No wonder voters demand change.” Taking direct aim at Ted Cruz for bragging about his “voterless” victory... 

Why Are Thousands Of Millionaires Fleeing Chicago And Other Major Cities Around The World?

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The Chicago Tribune is reporting that approximately 3,000 millionaires left the city of Chicago alone during 2015. The elite are fleeing major cities around the globe at a staggering rate. In fact, the Chicago Tribune is reporting that approximately 3,000 millionaires left the city of Chicago alone during 2015. The same study discussed in that Chicago Tribune article found that 7,000 millionaires... 

Countries seeking credits from World Bank at crisis levels

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World Bank Group headquarters building in Washington DC, USA. The World Bank says developing countries are increasingly seeking credit from the international financial institution at an alarming scale. Demands for World Bank loans have reached levels not seen outside of financial crises as developing countries struggle with a weak global economy, said the monetary organization prior to its biannual... 

As Ukraine Collapses, Europeans Tire of US Interventions

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On Sunday Ukrainian prime minister Yatsenyuk resigned, just four days after the Dutch voted against Ukraine joining the European Union. Taken together, these two events are clear signals that the US-backed coup in Ukraine has not given that country freedom and democracy. They also suggest a deeper dissatisfaction among Europeans over Washington’s addiction to interventionism. According to US and... 

Socialist Venezuela in Full Collapse as Hyperinflation and Crime Runs Rampant

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In recent weeks, two independent journalists traveled undercover to document their experience in the socialist “paradise” of Caracas, the murder capitol of the world, and lived to share an incredible video showing the ultimate conclusion of a state run economy. Venezuela is in the midst of a complete economic collapse, with all the typical symptoms, including hyperinflation, government price... 

Belgian Historian Draws Parallels Between Collapse of Roman Empire and EU

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According to historian and professor at the Free University of Brussels David Engels, the EU is currently facing a system change comparable with that in the late Roman Republic. In his book “On the Way to Empire”, he draws historical parallels between the current changes in the EU and the fall of the Roman Empire. In an interview with Sputnik, Engels argued that problems like populism,... 

Russia demands $683,333 daily interest on Ukraine’s $3bn overdue debt

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Moscow wants Kiev to pay interest daily on its $3 billion defaulted bond, Bloomberg reports after viewing court documents. Ukraine failed to pay the debt on December 20 and the penalty fee has grown to about $66.3 million as of Friday. The Kremlin refused to take part in the $15 billion debt restructuring Ukraine reached with its foreign creditors in 2015. Russia wanted Ukraine to recognize the debt... 

Saudi Arabia Nearing Massive Cash Deficits

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The moment is around the corner when Saudi Arabia will face a massive budget deficit, an American political scientist said. “Saudi Arabia is running large budget deficits of 15 to 20 percent of GDP, and is drawing down on its currency reserves,” American political science professor James D. Savage told Iran’s Tasnim news agency. He added that the International Monetary Fund (IMF) estimates... 

Trump: It is Important to Audit the Federal Reserve

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On Monday following an appearance by Trump insider and adviser Roger Stone on the Alex Jones Show last week, Donald Trump tweeted it “is so important to audit The Federal Reserve.” He also criticized opponent Ted Cruz for missing a vote on the proposal. Stone told Alex Jones prior to the tweet Trump is “deeply suspicious” and “open-minded about the Fed.” “I suspect you’d get an audit... 

Austerity economics ‘pointless remedy’ for EU - Italy PM

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Italy’s premier has harshly criticized the EU’s recent economic policies, describing them as a “pointless remedy” for a terminally-ill patient. Matteo Renzi censured the austerity measures imposed on many European states over the past several years and said austerity economics only has caused Europe to be left behind by the United States. “The countries that have had growth in Europe have... 

Riyadh Reels as Oil Prices Plummet

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Falling oil prices are emptying Saudi Arabia’s state coffers as the country grapples with its military and social needs, according to the French newspaper Les Echos. Plummeting oil prices have ridden roughshod over the state coffers of Saudi Arabia, which is currently trying to cope with its military and social needs, journalist Yves Bourdillon wrote in an article which was published by the... 

Brazil inflation hits 13-year high

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Official figures show inflation in Brazil last year hit the highest level since 2002. Official figures show that Brazil’s inflation hit the highest level in 13 years in 2015 over what many believe has been a result of economic mismanagement that has been worsened by a political crisis in Latin America’s biggest economy. The government announced on Friday that annual inflation reached 10.67... 

Feared Collapse Of United States And Saudi Arabia In 2016 Cause Russian Dread

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A highly disturbing Security Council (SCRF) report circulating in the Kremlin today is warning that the coming year, 2016, may very well see the collapse of the governments of the United States and Saudi Arabia as the citizens in both of these nations have begun revolting against the massive corruption these regimes rule by—and which should they both collapse would launch upon the entire world an... 
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