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US Increases Pressure on Iran and Hezbollah – To What End? / BY 21WIRE / OCTOBER 16, 2017  Elijah J. Magnier The US has raised the level of tension with Iran without taking any concrete steps to pull out of the Iranian nuclear deal. The reason why Trump is expected to limit himself to verbal abuse and continue threatening hostile measures against Tehran without executing them is […]

Italy’s Parallel Fiscal Currency: All You Need To Know / by Marco Cattaneo, from Basta con l’Eurocrisi, via GEFIRA / Oct 16, 2017 There is an increased talk in Italy about fiscal money as an instrument to resolve the economic crisis, which is not over yet. *** Despite the optimism shown by the Italian government and the EU, the Eurozone economy is far from being […]

Europe’s Weight In Gold and Silver / October 12, 2017 Gold, and silver, have always been valuable. Through upturns in fiat currency, downturns in commodities, and everything in between, the precious metals have always been a useful indicator and base level for the worth of things internationally. Learn How to Exploit the Gold Frenzy! Far from being the hallmark of huge institutions, […]

Forget Catalonia, Flanders Is The Real Test Case Of EU Separatism! / by Andrew Korybko via Oriental Review / Oct 14, 2017  Catalonia’s separatist campaign has dominated European headlines for the past couple of weeks, but it’s really the northern Belgian region of Flanders which will serve as a barometer over whether large chunks of the EU will fall apart into a collection of identity-centric statelets prior […]

Sterling Extends Yesterday’s Recovery; US Data Awaited / by Marc Chandler / October 13, 2017 The EU’s leading negotiator whipsawed sterling yesterday.  The net effect was to ease fears that the UK would leave the EU without the agreement  Initial concerns that the negotiations had stalled sent sterling to nearly  $1.3120 The willingness to discuss a two-year transition period spurred sterling’s recovery.  After […]

Catalonia Crisis Far From Over Despite Market Surge / by Don Quijones / Oct 11, 2017 Hopes that Catalonia’s woes could be contained are fading. On Tuesday night, for the briefest of moments, Catalonia’s government severed its ties with Spain. The region’s president, Carles Puigdemont, declared independence from Spain at around 7.40 p.m., Spanish time. Then, roughly ten seconds later, he put it all on hold, […]

6/10/17: CA&G on Ireland’s Tax, Banking Costs & Recovery / by Constantin Gurdgiev / Friday, October 6, 2017 Occasionally, the Irish Comptroller and Auditor General (C&AG) office produces some remarkable, in their honesty, and the extent of their disclosures, reports. Last month gave us one of those moment. There are three key findings by CA&G worth highlighting. The first one relates to corporate taxation, and […]

Nigel Farage Blasts EU, Juncker Over Catalonia: Spain Violates Article 2 of Lisbon Treaty / Mike “Mish” Shedlock / October 3, 2017  Nigel Farage made his best speech ever in the European Parliament. Farage called the Catalonia crackdown a foretaste of EU political suppression. Watch and enjoy. READ MORE The post Nigel Farage Blasts EU, Juncker Over Catalonia: Spain Violates Article 2 of Lisbon Treaty appeared first on Silver […]

This Border Wall Reduced Illegal Immigration By Over 99%

There is a border wall in existence that reduced illegal immigration by over 99%. Viktor Orban, the Prime Minister of Hungary put up a double fence along the border of his country with Serbia, and the results were staggering. This tweet sums up the statistical data behind the wall and reduction in illegal immigration. However, […]

U.S. Continues to Fund Hamas-Linked UN Agency / Kenneth Whittle / August 29, 2017 According to a recent report, the Trump administration has decided to forgo requests by Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu, and continue to provide funds to the U.N. Relief and Works Agency (UNRWA).  The UNRWA, a UN relief agency responsible for providing aide to Palestinian refugees, will continue to receive upwards of $300 million in funding […]