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The St. Petersburg’s International Forum in the Heart of the Action

The dogs of western fear and sanctions bark, while the Eurasian caravan passes. And no caravanserai could possibly compete with the 19th edition of the St. Petersburg International Economic Forum (SPIEF). Thousands of global business leaders – including Europeans, but not Americans; after all, President Putin is “the new Hitler” – representing over 1,000 international companies/corporations, including […]

The Greek Default: “It’s Already in the Market”? What Will the World Look like the Day Markets Try to Reopen?

You have heard the phrase many times “it’s already in the market”, meaning if “something” or some sort of event happens it is already factored in to prices.  I was overseas last week, travelled much of the week and stayed in a hotel that had only two English speaking channels …one of which was CNBC.  […]

IMF Violates IMF Rules, to Continue Ukraine Bailouts

The IMF, whose bailout operations are absorbed by the taxpayers in the member countries whenever a particular bailed-out nation defaults, announced on Friday, June 19th, that it will “continue to support Ukraine through its Lending-into-Arrears Policy even in the event that a negotiated agreement with creditors in line with the program cannot be reached in a timely manner.” Though […]

The Charleston Murders: Facing America’s Great Evils

The latest gun massacre – this time at a historic black church in Charleston, South Carolina, and apparently driven by racial hatred – reminds Americans how we all live at the forbearance of the next nut with easy access to weapons that can efficiently kill us, our neighbors or our children. Yet, we remain politically […]

Germany Arrests Al Jazeera Journalist on Warrant Issued by Egyptian Junta

Image: Protest in Berlin against the jailing of Mansour In an unprecedented move, the German government on Saturday detained senior Al Jazeera journalist Ahmed Mansour on the basis of an arrest warrant issued by the bloody regime of Egyptian military strongman Abdel Fattah al-Sisi. Mansour was arrested at Tegel airport in Berlin. He was taken from […]

Top CEO Warns Of Global Reset: "It's In The Cards For Sure… It Could Happen This Year"

 Top CEO Warns Of Global Reset: “It’s In The Cards For Sure… – Freedoms Phoenix  Monday, Jun 22, 2015 Freedom’s Phoenix Newspaper Contribute Bitcoin […]

Micro-tentacles created so tiny robots can handle delicate objects

“Most robots use two fingers and to pick things up they have to squeeze,” said Jaeyoun (Jay) Kim, an Iowa State University associate professor of electrical and computer engineering and an associate of the U.S. Department of Energy’s Ames Laboratory. “But these tentacles wrap around very gently.” And that makes them perfect hands […]

Canadian Senate Says No to Regulating Digital Currencies

The Canadian Senate’s Banking, Trade and Commerce (BTC) committee released its final report Friday asking the federal government to use a “light touch” in dealing with digital currencies. “We’ve heard, and we agree, that blockchain technology is at a delicate stage in its development and use,” the report reads. “This is why we […]

Russian Central Bank Governor: The Market Will Welcome Bitcoin

According to information provided last week to the Russian newspaper Izvestia, the Russian Central Bank will meet with representatives of the financial community to establish a position on Bitcoin and cryptocurrencies in general. A source close to the Bank of Russia told Izvestia that the governor might be open to cryptocurrency and that […]

More and More Warn That a Crash is Coming

Mark Nestmann Source Article from https://www.freedomsphoenix.com/News/178469-2015-06-22-more-and-more-warn-that-a-crash-is-coming.htm?EdNo=001&From=RSS Related Posts The St. Petersburg’s International Forum in the Heart of the Action The dogs of western fear and sanctions bark, while the Eurasian caravan passes. And no The Greek Default: “It’s Already in the Market”? What Will […]

Crisis Report from a Greek Island

  June 22, 2015 Henry Makow received his Ph.D. in English Literature from the University of Toronto in 1982. He welcomes your comments at Source Article from http://henrymakow.com/2015/06/crisis-report-from-a-greek-island.html Related Posts The St. Petersburg’s International Forum in the Heart of the Action The dogs of western fear and sanctions bark, while the Eurasian caravan passes. And […]

Israel: “Wiped off The Map”. The Rumor of the Century, Fabricated by the US Media to Justify An All out War on Iran

Global Research Editor’s Note The following text by Arash Norouzi first published by the Mossadegh Project and Global Research in January 2007 confirms that the alleged “Wiped Off the Map” statement  by Iran’s president was never made. The rumor was fabricated by the American media with a view to discrediting Iran’s head of state and providing a […]

Why Is NATO In Yugoslavia?

Editor’s Note This paper was presented by the late Sean Gervasi at the Conference on the Enlargement of NATO in Eastern Europe and the Mediterrenean, Prague, 13-14 January 1996. It was published on Global Research when the Global Research website was launched on September 9, 2001. The late Sean Gervasi had tremendous foresight. He understood the process […]

Grexit – Critical Times for Greece

Source Article from http://www.globalresearch.ca/grexit-critical-times-for-greece/5457301 Related Posts The St. Petersburg’s International Forum in the Heart of the Action The dogs of western fear and sanctions bark, while the Eurasian caravan passes. And no The Greek Default: “It’s Already in the Market”? What Will the World Look like the Day Markets Try to Reopen? You have […]

US Foreign Policy: A Reflection of the Legacy of Racism and National Oppression

We are here for our annual meeting in celebration of the 35th anniversary of the Michigan Coalition for Human Rights (MCHR). Our yearly dinner was a resounding success in April with hundreds in attendance under the theme of the need to link various struggles against racism, economic exploitation and for social justice and self-determination for […]

Israel Bombing Elementary Schools Not Considered War Crimes, “Collateral Damage” according to UN Commissioned Task Force

The High Level International Military Group—a UN-commissioned group made up of 11 former chiefs of staff, generals, senior officers, and political leaders from the U.S., Germany, Spain, Holland, the U.K., Italy, Australia, and Colombia—dismissed all charges and allegations of Israel’s war crimes after investigating last summer’s attack on Gaza. The report was issued on Saturday following the group’s […]

Washington fears losing Greece to Moscow

Mark Nestmann Source Article from https://www.freedomsphoenix.com/News/178429-2015-06-21-washington-fears-losing-greece-to-moscow.htm?EdNo=001&From=RSS Related Posts The St. Petersburg’s International Forum in the Heart of the Action The dogs of western fear and sanctions bark, while the Eurasian caravan passes. And no The Greek Default: “It’s Already in the Market”? What Will […]

Sixth mass extinction is here: Humanity’s existence threatened

There is no longer any doubt: We are entering a mass extinction that threatens humanity’s existence. That is the bad news at the center of a new study by a group of scientists including Paul Ehrlich, the Bing Professor of Population Studies in biology and a senior fellow at the Stanford Woods Institute […]

Adolf Hitler’s Star-Crossed Love with Britain: The U.K.’s Fake “Neutrality” in Relation to Nazi Germany’s “Operation Barbarossa” directed against the Soviet Union

Part I, part II Never during this time did Great Britain agree to peace negotiations. She steadily continued her shelling of German cities. She showed her resolve to fight until the end. The United Kingdom could be fought, and even defeated, but after examining his options, Adolf Hitler asked himself two questions. What price would […]

The Freezing of Russian Assets, Moscow’s Counter-Sanctions Directed against the EU

French and Belgian Russian asset freezes along with extending EU sanctions through January came (not coincidentally) on day one of the 19th St. Petersburg International Economic Forum (SPIEF). It’s an impressive annual three-day event attracting thousands of participants – including world political and business leaders, journalists and others from dozens of countries worldwide. The Forum’s […]

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