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Dollar Plunges After UN Call To Ditch Greenback
The dollar plunged today following a United Nations report which called for the greenback to be replaced as the global reserve currency by the International Monetary Fund’s special drawing rights (SDRs).

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Gerald Celente: Doom of Currencies!
A United Nations report has slammed the American dollar, deeming it an unreliable reserve currency in need of replacement. The UN recommends using a mixed bag of currencies from developed nations. But Gerald Celente, the director of the Trends Research Institute, believes the proposed system could collapse.

‘Jobless Recovery’ Myth as Banksters RAPE and ENSLAVE the Public! GET OFF YOUR KNEES!

Double Dip Picking Up: Jobless Claims Spike To 472,000, On Expectations Of 455,000
Jobless claims were a disaster, coming in at 472k, on expectations of 455k. Prior was revised, surprise, surprise, higher to 459k from 457k. What is scariest is that between extended benefits and EUC, now that Congress has turned off the perpetual insurance spigot for the unemployed, dropped by -158,155 and -217,513.

Ministers ‘wasted millions on stockpile of swine flu drugs for epidemic that never arrived’
Ministers wasted millions of pounds on a vast stockpile of medicine for a swine flu pandemic which never materialised, it emerged today. The massive overspend could have been avoided if the Government had insisted on break clauses in a key contract with the manufacturer.

Toronto Police Chief Lies Again To Frame Protesters
Toronto Police Chief Bill Blair has been caught lying again in an effort to justify the brutal police response metered out against G20 protesters and journalists this past weekend, after it emerged that weapons he presented to the media as evidence of criminals planning to wreak havoc on the city were in fact toys seized from a man who was on his way to a fantasy role-playing game and had nothing to do with the G20 summit.

Veitch Released on Bail, Faces Court Hearing August 23
A man accused of impersonating a police officer has been released on $500 bail.

Amnesty International Calls For Public Inquiry Into G20 Policing
The Toronto G20 Riot Fraud: Undercover Police engaged in Purposeful Provocation
Real TYRANNY: Was Canada Ever the Country We Thought it Was?

Did the Fed Economist Slam Bloggers for the Same Reason that Fundamentalist Priests Slammed the Printing Press?
Kartik Athreya of the Richmond Federal Reserve Bank argues that bloggers are stupid, and that only PhD economists have a right to say anything about economics policy.

Audit the Fed

Shell-Shocked Americans Still Aren’t Buying Anything
Despite a small rebound from crisis-lows, this long-term chart from Deutsche Bank keeps the rebound in perspective.

MSNBC’s Ratigan: Stock market an ‘obviously corrupt’ fraud
Mortgage Horror Stories: The U.S. Housing Industry Will Never Recover If Qualified People Can’t Get A Home Loan
Struggling and Faltering to Manage Economic Recovery

FEMA Workers Ran Up $247,100 in ‘Improper Purchases’ on Government Credit Cards–Including $4,318 in ‘Happy Birthday’ Cards
One employee used a Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) credit card to buy $4,318 in “Happy Birthday” gift cards.

European Court Of Human Rights Rules Police Terror Stops Illegal
The European Court Of Human Rights has officially ruled police “stop and search” powers, under UK Terrorism laws, illegal for the second time, rejecting a government appeal.

Waxman to Push Carbon Tax in Conference if Senate Falls Short
House Energy and Commerce Committee Chairman Henry Waxman (D-Calif.) said he would “absolutely” seek to keep greenhouse gas limits alive in a House-Senate conference if the Senate approves energy legislation this summer that omits carbon provisions.

Guns of August in the Middle East?
Crazy talk about the Middle East seems to be escalating, backed up by some pretty ominous military deployments. The rhetoric is getting steamy, the weapons are moving into position, and it is beginning to feel like “The Guns of August” in the Middle East.

Study: US media redefined torture after US started practicing it
The US news media radically changed how it reported on the issue of waterboarding after it emerged that US forces had used the practice, says a new study from Harvard University.

Portland Police Reopen Al Gore Sex Abuse Allegations
Portland, Oregon , police have decided to reopen the investigation into a 54-year-old masseuse’s allegations that former Vice President Al Gore sexually assaulted her in his hotel room in 2006.

Kucinich to introduce bill for cell phone radiation research, warning label
Rep. Dennis J. Kucinich (D-OH) said Wednesday that he will introduce a bill for a federal research program on the affects of cellphone radiation on users. The bill will also call for a warning label for mobile phones, as a growing body of research around the world indicate potential links between long-term use and cancer.

Dr Kelly ‘couldn’t have slit his wrist as he was too weak’
Dramatic new testimony has heaped pressure on ministers to reopen the investigation into the death of Dr David Kelly.


Sneaky, bullying, self-pitying Climategate scientists write to Sir Muir Russell inquiry begging: ‘Make it a whitewash hat trick!’
Does the shamelessness of the noisome Michael Mann and his Hockey Team know no bounds?

Prices rise as New Zealand passes emissions trading scheme

N Korea calls for new warship probe
North Korea has asked the UN security council to call for a new investigation into the March sinking of a South Korean warship.

Obama: ‘Civilian expeditionary force’ can aid wearied troops
US soldiers in combat could use an assist from a civilian workforce while trying to rebuild war-torn nations, President Barack Obama said Wednesday.

Rand Paul Maintains Healthy Lead Over Conway
The U.S. Senate race in Kentucky is little changed from earlier this month, with Republican Rand Paul continuing to hold a modest lead over Democrat Jack Conway.

Finland enshrines ‘legal right’ to broadband
Finland has made access to broadband connections to the internet a legal right for every one of its citizens in the first legislation of its kind anywhere in the world.

Nullification: Interview with a Zombie
A zombie sits down to interview Tom Woods on Tom’s latest book, “Nullification: How to Resist Federal Tyranny in the 21st Century.”

 

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