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Monthly Archives: May 2014

Video: Turkish police teargas, water cannon Gezi protesters

Turkish police have shot tear gas at protesters, used water cannons. More than 100 have been detained on the anniversary of the 2013 Gezi Park demonstrations. READ MORE RT LIVE Subscribe to RT! Like us on Facebook Follow us on Twitter Follow us on Instagram Follow us on Google+ […]

Keiser Report: Failing Systems; Can’t Bust Banksters [KR608]

RT, Published on May 31, 2014 In this episode of the Keiser Report, Max Keiser and Stacy Herbert discuss all systems fail due to too big to jail as the governor of the Bank of England claims jailing banksters won’t stop them from committing crimes in the future. Max also tells John Kerry to get his […]

China Manufacturing PMI Jumps To Highest In 2014; What’s Wrong With This Chart?

Despite all the shadow banking system hand-wringing, macro-data-collapsing, real-estate-bubble-bursting, stock-market-tumbling reality facing the Chinese macro, somehow, China’s official government manufacturing PMI just printed 50.8 – its highest in 2014 and the 20th month of expansion in a row. Given the mini-stimulus efforts of the government, perhaps it is not surprising that the official (more SOE-biased) […]

Obamanomics Simplified / by Tyler Durden on 05/31/2014 20:46 The Godzilla of incompetence… Source: via The Burning Platform blog “weather?…” READ MORE

Obamanomics Simplified

The Godzilla of incompetence…     Source: via The Burning Platform blog “weather?…” Source: Bloomberg or “Mission Accomplished…” Source: Heritage

05.30.14 Bank Failure Friday: Slavie FSB in Bel Air, MD becomes Number 9 in 2014 / by John Galt / May 30, 2014 18:55 ET Since we need something to spice up the old tired idea of bank failures, I present this hilarious, if not a tad raunchy video from the YouTube user “ScreenTeam” and their parody of “Sail” with “FAIL” which is oh so appropriate for the FDIC’s need to seize banks […]

Is A Russia-Japan Natural Gas Pipeline Next?

Submitted by Ankit Panda of The Diplomat, Following Russia’s historic $400 billion natural gas supply deal with China last week, Japanese lawmakers are looking to revive efforts to tap into Russian natural gas supplies themselves. A Bloomberg report shows that a group of 33 lawmakers in Japan are backing a 1,350 kilometer pipeline that would run between Russia’s Sakhalin […]

A Candid Look At New Normal Jobs

Welcome to the new normal reality of job-hunting in 2014… “Our venture-funded vertical-driven content prosumer phablet platisher is rapidlygrowing and we need to add some Ninja Rockstar Content Associates A.S.A.P. See below for a list of open positions!”   Originally posted at, written by Paul Ford, As explainer sites like and grow […]

The Unfaithful Departed: Meet The People Who Bailed On The Obama Administration

Friday’s latest resignation of yet another former Obama administration faithful – that of White House press secretary Jay Carney – got us thinking: how many people have jumped off the USS Obamic? The answer is, in short, a lot. Below is a list (by no means complete) of the most prominent officials and advisors who […]

The United States Of Secrets (Part 2)

On the heels of this week's mainstream US media interview with Edward Snowden, it appears the general public is growing increasingly aware of the US surveillance leviathan's reach. In the following (part 2 of a 2-part series, part 1 here), PBS' FrontLine reveals the dramatic inside story of how the U.S. government came to monitor […]