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Silver Chart Update 08.16.2012

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Ruinous Record: Arab village demolished 38 times in Israel

Residents of a Palestinian village have contacted the Guinness Book of World Records to register that their village was demolished by Israel 38 times. For more on this story RT talks to Jeff Halper, co-founder and executive director of the Israeli Committee against House Demolitions. Watch RT LIVE on our website Subscribe to RT! […]

African refugees purged in Israel as ‘infiltrators’

Israel is detaining dozens of African migrants – in the first stage of the leadership’s plan to deport over 4 thousand people from the country. It’s after the government initially welcomed the refugees, who were trying to escape violence in their homeland. RT’s Paula Slier explains, they face further strife upon their return home. Subscribe […]

Why you should be excited about national bankruptcy / by Simon Black / June 7, 2012 New York City One of the great absurdities of our modern financial system is that a nation living within its means, i.e. spending less than what it confiscates in tax revenue, is no longer the norm. Living within your means is now considered ‘austerity’. And unfair. Whether in […]

Action on the Fukushima Logic Problem

Blindly delegating responsibility to uncaring, and irresponsibly negligent, government authority has become a pervasive social meme of US, European, and Asian culture. Our interests would be better served by taking personal responsibility. This holds especially so for citizens of Japan who need to ask themselves several questions based on logic;

Has Fukushima become manageable or has the news been managed? Will the meltdown adversely effect myself and my family?
If you are in Japan you can take personal action or you can ceed your personal responsibility to a government decision maker it is your choice. My suggestion is to take responsibility for yourself and your family.
These are not scientific questions for there are no certainties in the unknown, unseen, the over complex, and within the intentionally anemic snippets of opinion that come our way via a corporate media.

NYT TOKYO — In an unusually stark warning, Japan’s (former-resigned) prime minister (Naoto Kan) last year’s (propaganda via past tense, finished, over) nuclear crisis told a parliamentary inquiry on Monday (today) that the country should discard nuclear power as too dangerous, saying the Fukushima accident had pushed Japan to the brink of "national collapse."

Mr. Kan replied that the accident had brought Japan to the brink of evacuating metropolitan Tokyo and its 30 million residents, and that the loss of the capital would have paralyzed the national government, leading to "a collapse of the nation’s ability to function."

Suicide & Revolt: ‘Some EU states ready for Euro Spring’

It’s endgame today in Athens, where political party leaders are beginning a last-ditch effort to form a coalition. If they fail, Greece would have to stage a new election – one predicted to bolster anti-bailout factions even more. And as uncertainty gr…

Goodbye Greece? ‘Eurocrats want Athens out to save face’

Greece starts another day without government after wrangling politicians continue to fail to agree a coalition after last Sunday’s elections. The leader of the second-largest party has refused to join any administration which pledges to stick to the co…

One Nation Under Debt With Endless Debt Slavery For All

endoftheamericandream / April 20th, 2012 Debt is a “soft” form of slavery.  In America today, it is not legal to bind people up with chains and force them to work for you, but that doesn’t mean that there are not millions upon millions of slaves in this country.  When you borrow money, you willingly become […]

French Wrench: Extremes steal votes from stale middle?

People on the hard left and right of politics rarely find anything to agree on – but in France, that’s exactly how candidates are wooing presidential votes. As Tesa Arcilla reports from Paris, it’s causing support to leak away from the frontrunner favo…

Why you need a second passport

Sovereign Man by Simon Black March 29, 2012 Santiago, Chile It wasn’t too long ago that nearly every human being lived their entire lives without traveling more than 10-miles from home. For the small handful of people who actually did venture out, you could make it across the globe with no official documents whatsoever. This […]