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Australia pays refugees $50.000 per year without doing anything

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“Refugees” who con their way into Australia will earn a minimum of AUD $50,000 (US$38,362) per year without doing anything other than being there—and very likely substantially more depending upon how many children they can produce. The astonishing payouts—part of the reason why Australia is in such demand as a destination for nonwhite scroungers—can be calculated using the government’s... 

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 to move from oil, earn more from Hajj

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As part of a diversification strategy, Saudi Arabia is to broaden pilgrimage services to reduce its dependence on falling oil revenue, reported the Saudi Gazette newspaper. The pilgrimage industry is the country’s second most important after oil and gas. Nearly two million foreign pilgrims visit the holy city of Mecca annually during Hajj. The figure is expected to reach 2.7 million by 2020. National... 

Big Business and Washington to have final say on EU trade laws under TTIP

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Unelected European Commission (EC) officials won’t be able to make new trade laws without asking Washington first, if the secretive Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) comes into force, a leaked document reveals. A secret document obtained by the Corporate Europe Observatory (CEO), indicates the EC will also have the power to decide where Brussels should cooperate with the US.... 

Bill Clinton Admits Hillary-Soros Connection After Trump Protest

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Infowars reporter Richard Reeves asks Bill Clinton about his and Hillary Clinton’s connection with George Soros. After giving a speech at a rally in Orlando, FL for Hillary, Infowars captures Bill Clinton speaking to someone in the audience about Hillary’s secretive backroom tactics. Does this prove Hillary is utilizing the information she obtained all the way back from file-gate, or is this... 

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... 

Turkey's $6.6 billion EU Bribe

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Erdogan’s Turkey this week diversified its rogue-state conduct from terror sponsorship to international bribery. The proceeds? Not bad earning, with $6.6 billion in “aid” extracted from the European Union. It’s supposed to be part of a groundbreaking deal to end the refugee crisis in Europe. But while EU politicians and bureaucrats throw billions of dollars to their Turkish “partner”,... 

China halts cash flow to North Korea

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The four largest Chinese banks have stopped yuan and dollar cash transfers to North Korea, reports the Japanese newspaper Tokyo Shimbun. The reported measure is part of rising international pressure on Pyongyang following its latest nuclear test and rocket launch earlier this year. Last month, several Chinese banks reportedly froze suspended cash deposits and transfer services for accounts held by... 

The refugees no one wants

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In South Africa, Boers are forced to live in shanty towns because the post-Nelson Mandela era isn’t as “rainbow” as was promised. For over a decade, laws have been in place which deliberately put Whites at a severe disadvantage when looking for work. 400,000 White South Africans now live in poverty, almost one out of ten. White South Africans who are lucky enough to find work, must worry about... 

Trump Calls For Auditing the Fed

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Donald Trump is calling for an audit of the Federal Reserve. The GOP frontrunner said it was important to audit the Fed and even called out his rival, Sen. Ted Cruz, for skipping a vote on Sen. Rand Paul’s “Audit the Fed” proposal back in Jan. “It is so important to audit the Federal Reserve, and yet Ted Cruz missed the vote on the bill that would allow this to be done,” Trump tweeted out. During... 

China Scared That US Could Elect Trump Who Would End Their Economic Monopoly

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China warned the United States on Wednesday not to adopt punitive currency policies that could disrupt U.S.-China relations after Donald Trump’s win in the Nevada caucus. Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Hua Chunying told reporters in Beijing that “we are following with interest the U.S. presidential election.” Hua was asked about China’s response to a possible Trump presidency and his announced... 

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... 

Hillary Clinton is Rolling in Big Cash from her 'Big Enemy' - Big Pharma

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Pharmaceutical companies have donated hundreds of thousands of dollars in the 2016 presidential election cycle. Guess which presidential candidate accepted far more campaign cash than any other from Big Pharma? The money went to…drum roll please…Hillary Clinton. What’s more, Clinton says she’s proud to have drug companies as her enemies. Those who think you can’t buy position in America... 

US Congress passes tougher sanctions on North Korea

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North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un (c.) gives field guidance during his visit to the Chonma Electrical Machine Plant in this undated photo released by North Korea’s Korean Central News Agency (KCNA) in Pyongyang May 25, 2014. The US House of Representatives has passed legislation which would impose tougher sanctions on North Korea for conducting nuclear tests and launching missiles considered by... 
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