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The 10 great Deals to save America

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A President Trump determined to rid the nation of its mutant regime of Bubble Finance at home and failed interventionism abroad would need to make 10 great deals.

Jill Stein promised to pardon Snowden, if elected

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Presumptive Green Party presidential nominee Dr. Jill Stein promises to grant NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden - whom many describe as a true American hero - not just a full pardon, but a promotion to the upper echelons of government should she win the White House.

The Collapse of Western Democracy

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Democracy no longer exists in the West. In the US powerful private interest groups, such as the military-security complex, Wall Street, the Israel Lobby, agribusiness and the extractive industries of energy, timber and mining, have long exercised more control over government than the people. But now even the semblance of democracy has been abandoned.

Understanding Brexit

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The sense of having a real say, and possessing actual agency, is very empowering, and very rare, for members of the lower-middle class and the working class today.

Japan's 'Coma Economy' is a Preview for the World

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The 1980s were the apex of Japanese culture and economic might. Back then, Japan’s economy was growing so fast, it was thought they would overtake the US. But that all came to a screeching halt.

Leadership is leading by example!

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With the growing instability present in the state of the world today it would be rather foolish to assume that the near future holds nothing but fairy dust, unicorns and gumdrops.

Nassim Taleb sums up America's Election

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Sometimes, less is more, and in infamous 'Black Swan' philosopher Nassim Taleb's case, summing up the chaos that is enveloping America, and its forthcoming election was as simple as the following:

The War on Cash - Why now?

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What exactly does a 'war on cash' mean? It means governments are limiting the use of cash and a variety of official-mouthpiece economists are calling for the outright abolition of cash.

Currency and the Collapse of the Roman Empire

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At its peak, the Roman Empire held up to 130 million people over a span of 1.5 million square miles. How could such a powerful empire collapse? Simple, the real effects of debasement took time to materialize ... and then exploded.

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