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JP Morgan Chase Prepares For Crisis By Stockpiling Silver: “An Exceptionally Large Amount”

Freedom Outpost

In a communication with JP Morgan Chase shareholders earlier this month Jamie Dimon, CEO of one of the world’s largest and most influential banks, said that  691 more words



If enough people truly believe that things will get better, will that actually cause them to get better?

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America's labour market: The economy doesn’t matter

AMERICA’S labour-force participation rate—the proportion of the population available to work—has been falling for years. The figure is now just 62.7%, the lowest level since 1977. The decline really sped up during the Great Recession, falling much faster than government wonks had predicted before the financial crisis hit (see first chart). 202 more words

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Why progressive federalism is the answer

Communists say a federal republic as the best way forward for the peoples of Britain. It won’t solve any problems in itself. 264 more words


Drowning in its own Bias? Thoughts on Waning Media Power and Social Media as Organising Tool

In previous posts we have discussed the fact that the Irish Water protests and movement has continued to grow despite being written off numerous times by mainstream media. 1,707 more words


The End Game Has Arrived: ‘All Signs and Evidence Point to the Great Global Economic Reset’

Editor’s Note: We are getting close. As you’ll see in the analysis provided by Brandon Smith of Alt Market below, the elite puppeteers behind everything from finance to politics are now entering the end game of their decades’ long machinations. 2,209 more words


Guess What Happened The Last Time Bond Yields Crashed Like This?

Michael Snyder
The Economic Collapse Blog

If a major financial crisis was approaching, we would expect to see the “smart money” getting out of stocks and pouring into government bonds that are traditionally considered to be “safe” during a crisis. 1,138 more words