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Scientist claims it is possible to reverse extinction

By LUIS MIRANDA | THE REAL AGENDA | MARCH 1, 2013 The statement makes many Jurassic Park fans rub their hands. According to scientist Stewart Brand, colleagues are attempting to reassemble the genome of extinct animals and other beings in order bring them back to life. While speaking at a TED conference in Sausalito, California, Brand said that scientists are that much close to developing a process which would ...Read full article...

Documents Detail a March 23 Greek Default Plan

Government to Freeze Bank Accounts, Eliminate Euro, Restrict Capital Flow by Mac Slavo SHTFPlan.com February 16, 2012 That a default in Europe is coming has never been the question. For the astute observer the only thing at issue is how and when it will happen.  While the mainstream financial media and government officials have tried to spin this story as one that involves only Greek debt, the fact of ...Read full article...

Bankers Play the Fear Card on Economic Outlook

by Tyler Durden ZeroHedge.com September 6, 2011 Any time a major bank releases a report saying a given course of action is too costly, too prohibitive, too blonde, or simply too impossible, it is nearly guaranteed that that is precisely the course of action about to be undertaken. Which is why all non-euro skeptics are advised to shield their eyes and look away from the just released report by ...Read full article...

The Debt Crisis Is A Trojan Horse To Cause The Fall of America

by Saman Mohammadi The Excavator August 2, 2011 “A sovereign nation can always find the money to pay debts owed in its own currency. The U.S. could, if it wished, pay its bills using debt-free U.S. Notes or Greenbacks, just as President Lincoln did to avoid a crippling debt during the Civil War. Alternatively, it could eliminate the deficit with Ron Paul’s plan, which amounts to the same thing.” ...Read full article...

Despite Debt Deal, Greece Set to Default

Merkel and Sarkozy’s window dressing appearances were only that. No aid package will save Greece from defaulting. Lining up now Portugal, Spain and the U.S. Reuters July 25, 2011 Moody’s cut Greece’s credit rating further into junk territory on Monday and said it was almost certain to slap a default tag on its debt as a result of a new EU rescue package. It was the second rating agency ...Read full article...

U.S. Raised Debt Ceiling 102 Times

RT July 17, 2011 President Obama has warned the US is running out of time to deal with its financial troubles – the Congress must raise the current $14.3-trillion debt ceiling again. And as Professor Rodrigue Tremblay told RT, this has become a tradition in the US. ­The US repeatedly gets away with raising the debt ceiling, Rodrigue Tremblay told RT. “This system that the US has, has been ...Read full article...

Obama Plays Financial Terrorism, threatens Social Security

ABC July 12, 2011 President Obama on Tuesday said he cannot guarantee that retirees will receive their Social Security checks August 3 if Democrats and Republicans in Washington do not reach an agreement on reducing the deficit in the coming weeks. “I cannot guarantee that those checks go out on August 3rd if we haven’t resolved this issue. Because there may simply not be the money in the coffers ...Read full article...

Fed’s Massive Stimulus Had Little Impact: Greenspan

CNBC June 30, 2011 The Federal Reserve’s massive stimulus program had little impact on the U.S. economy besides weakening the dollar and helping U.S. exports, Federal Reserve Governor Alan Greenspan told CNBC Thursday. In a blunt critique of his successor, Fed Chairman Ben Bernanke, Greenspan said the $2 trillion in quantative easing over the past two years had done little to loosen credit and boost the economy. “There is ...Read full article...

First Traitor who wants out: Tim Geithner considers leaving U.S. Treasury

Bloomberg June 30, 2011 Treasury Secretary Timothy F. Geithner has signaled to White House officials that he’s considering leaving the administration after President Barack Obama reaches an agreement with Congress to raise the federal debt limit, according to three people familiar with the matter. Geithner said speculation about his departure was being driven by his decision to commute to New York so his son can finish his final year ...Read full article...

Greek Parliament approves Austerity Package

While the Greek government surrendered to the IMF and World Bank demands for more spending cuts, the streets of Athens saw an increase in protests with thousands of citizens taking on police. Associated Press June 29, 2011 Greece’s lawmakers approved a key austerity bill Wednesday needed to avert default, despite a second day of rioting on the streets of Athens that left dozens of police and protesters injured. The ...Read full article...

Greece explodes in protest to IMF, World Bank, assault

Yahoo News A renewed selling frenzy gripped euro zone financial markets on Tuesday as concern mounted that a record EU/IMF bailout forGreece would not stop a debt crisis spreading in the single currency area. Spanish Prime Minister Jose Luis Rodriguez Zapatero dismissed as “complete madness” a market rumor that his country would soon ask for 280 billion euros in aid from the euro area. The euro sank to a ...Read full article...

A Financial Conflagration of Immense Proportions

Fiat money buckling, an inflationary depression, years of reckless spending, Greek debt unpayable, Euro zone in jeopardy, a loss of integrity in US markets, criminal charges for Goldman Sachs, side pockets a new hedge fun trick, Banks on subprime offensive, Fed works the printing presses overtime… International Forecaster America and the world face a financial conflagration of immense proportions. The world of fiat money and massive credit is buckling ...Read full article...