Prepare for Impact – This is the Beginning of the End for U.S. Empire

Originally posted on sentinelblog: Source: Liberty Blitzkrieg blog, by Mike Krieger Those whom the gods wish to destroy they first make mad. Before I get into the meat of this post, I want to revisit something I wrote back in January. From the post, Very Powerful People in the U.S. Government Want War – This is Their Sales…

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The West is becoming irrelevant.

By Andre Vltchek Global Research, March 24, 2017 I was recently told by an Asian friend of mine who is working in Paris: “Lately I stopped following almost all that is happening politically in the United States, in the UK and even here in France. It all feels suddenly so irrelevant, a waste of time.” […]

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The “Best” government may be none at all… Minds.com 10-5-16… “Spain is without a national government and the people are loving it” — Kauilapele’s Blog

Sounds like an possibly workable solution to me. See how this strikes you. “For over 280 days, the Spanish people have been without an elected government and, as it seems, it is the greatest thing to have happened to the country since it’s four-decades-old democracy began. In the words of language teacher, Félix Pastor, “no […]

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No Red Carpet for US President in China: Obama’s Ungraceful Exit from Air Force One, America’s Ungraceful Exit from Asia — Counter Information

By Joseph Thomas Global Research, September 15, 2016 New Eastern Outlook 13 September 2016 When US President Barack Obama attempted to leave Air Force One upon arriving at Hangzhou, China, just southwest of Shanghai, he found that no staircase or red carpet awaited him. Instead, he and his staff were forced to use an alternative […]

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The SHIFT happened – as reflected in G20 in Laos

After receiving multiple blackeyes in just a week, Obama opted to avoid talking to Duterte and raise the issue of extrajudicial killings in the War on Illegal Drugs in the Philippines. • Xi’s Epic Snub vs. Obama at G20 Summit Reflects Asia’s Collective Wrath Over US Interference in the Region • Obama, who is he?…

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China’s President Xi Jinping’s Opening Address of G20 Summit: A New Blueprint for Global Economic Growth — Counter Information

A New Starting Point for China’s Development By Bingxin Li Global Research, September 04, 2016 People’s Daily Keynote Speech by H.E. Xi Jinping (see image right), President of the People’s Republic of China at the Opening Ceremony of the G20 Summit Full Transcript (Translated from Chinese). Courtesy of People’s Daily * * * […]

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Neil Keenan, the Chinese, the “All of It” — by Judge Anna

In Her Words

Sunday, April 17, 2016dismantlethemachine

by Judge Anna

What I know for sure is that the Nationalist Chinese government placed a LARGE sum of gold on deposit with the New York Fed in 1928 just before the fall of the Nationalist Chinese government.  The Fed used that gold for years and were supposed to pay interest on the use of it, and didn’t.  They didn’t like the Communist Chinese government, so they just wrote off their own fiduciary responsibility to the Chinese people — the lawful heirs of the gold horde—and proposed to keep it for themselves.

Neil Keenan brought suit against the New York Fed in 2011 to correct this.  But they had already bankrupted the old Federal Reserve System in 2009, so they pleaded bankruptcy protection.  Technically, the gold had been held by member banks in the old bankrupt system, so it was argued that all those assets were…

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