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How does America print money to pay interest on money they just printed and not have revolution?

The Disguised Theft Of Our Future Prosperity: IHB News™

“Most Americans have no real understanding of the operation of the international money lenders. The accounts of the Federal Reserve System have never been audited. It operates outside the control of Congress and manipulates the credit of the United States.”

Former Senator Barry Goldwater

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[KR788] Keiser Report: Property Bubble

We discuss the property bubble as a liberty-sacrificing delusion. In the second half, Max continues his interview with Michael Krieger of about #BankersLivesMatter and the two-tier justice system in America in relation to bankers and their crimes. They also discuss how it is that Colorado’s economy is booming.

Bnk To The Future, Bitcoin Capital and @start_coin – part of new show, “Crowd Factor”

Just a Minting Shortage? “There IS A WHOLESALE Shortage!” -Sprott’s John Embry

embryIn the wake of historic movements in the gold and silver markets this week, Sprott’s John Embry joined us for a power-packed show, discussing:

  • Metals Drive-By Shooting As $2.7 Billion Notional in Gold Dumped in Nanoseconds: “This is financial repression at its finest!
  • CAPITULATION Bottom In Progress– Absolute OBLITERATION in Mining Sector!
  • Manipulation & MOPE Went Into Overdrive! I’ve never seen such a coordinated attack on gold in the media!
  • Sunshine Mint SUSPENDS SALES OF ALL SILVER BARS AND ROUNDS, & the RCM SHOCKS Distributors Friday By Announcing 90% Decrease in Silver Maple Allocations! 
  • Embry Explains Cartel Gets Aggressive Because “We Are Getting VERY CLOSE TO THE END
  • Just a Retail/ Minting Shortage? “There is a WHOLESALE SHORTAGE!…There’s so much misinformation in the markets!

    Click here for John Embry’s MUST LISTEN Analysis On Metals Capitulation & Shortage:
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Artists are now able to leverage blockchain technology

What is ArtByte? : IHB News™

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Is the Echo Housing Bubble About to Burst?

Speculative bubbles that burst are often followed by an echo bubble, as many participants continue to believe that the crash was only a temporary setback.

The U.S. housing market is experiencing a classic echo bubble. Exhibit A is the Case-Shiller Housing Index for the San Francisco region, which has surged back to levels reached at the top of the first bubble:


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Real time and historical blockchain visualizations

Bits Blockchain Visualization: IHB News™

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Bail-Ins Of “Big Deposits” In Greece Would Be “Extraordinarily Counter-Productive”

- Bail-ins are a risk facing Greek savers and businesses
- ‘The Economist’ warns bail-ins in Greece would be “extraordinarily counter-productive”
- Capital controls choking small and medium size businesses
- Greek liquidity crisis now a solvency crisis
- ELA now provides more liquidity to the Greek banking sector than deposits do
- Greece households and especially businesses worry about a “bail-in” of big deposits – above €100,000
- Financial interests of banks placed over those of small and medium businesses and taxpayers (more…)

Indian bitcoin company @Coinsecure joins @Google and @IBM at hack event

Indian Bitcoin Exchange joins IBM and Google at 1,000 person plus Hackathon: IHB News™

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[KR787] Keiser Report: Bankers Lives Matter

We discuss the fact that life’s but a walking shadow, a poor homeless schmuck that struts and frets his squeegee upon thy windshield, and then is heard no more. It is a tale told by an idiot tabloid, full of sound and fury, signifying nothing. In the second half Max interviews Michael Krieger of about #BankersLivesMatter and the two-tier justice system in America in relation to bankers and their crimes. They also ask, “where is Eric Holder now? Hmmm, I wonder.”

Another VA Scandal – GI Bill Funnels Taxpayer Money to Masturbation Classes, “Hate Churches” and More

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Iraq War veteran David Rodriguez steps into a softly lit classroom at the Institute for Advanced Study of Human Sexuality in San Francisco, crosses his legs and sits on a pillow in front of an altar decorated with a rope, a model of a penis and a statue of a Hindu god.

Rodriguez, a retired Navy lieutenant commander who led an engineering battalion that dismantled roadside bombs, is here for a class on “sexual bodywork.” When instruction begins, he will join his classmates in practicing different forms of masturbation.

“They do vulva massage and penis massage and anal massage,” said instructor Ariadne H. Luya, who holds a Ph.D. from the institute, an unaccredited graduate school founded in 1976 by an iconoclastic Methodist minister who amassed a large collection of erotic art and pornographic films, including child pornography, that is kept at the school.

“We want to get people out of their ruts. Have you been masturbating the same way for 20 years?” she asked rhetorically. “How’s that going for you? Would you like to try something new?”

Rodriguez is funding his studies with the GI Bill, which means taxpayers are covering his tuition to pursue a doctorate in human sexuality – more than $20,000 over the past two years.

But in the absence of strong government oversight, Reveal has found a gold rush of 2,000 schools cashing in on the exemption. The list includes schools set up to make a profit by teaching blackjack, scuba diving, dog grooming, taxidermy and yoga. Many are owned by individuals who’ve gone bankrupt or failed to pay their taxes. A handful are owned by convicted felons…

Back at the Institute for Advanced Study of Human Sexuality in San Francisco, the Rev. Ted McIlvenna, the school’s president, walks down a narrow hallway cluttered with erotic paintings and sculptures, pornographic magazines and reel after reel of pornographic films.

“This is where we keep the kiddie porn,” he said, pointing at a 10-foot-long locked cabinet. “You have to have a doctorate to open it.”

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Will the Oil Patch Bust Trigger Recession?

This seemingly inexhaustible credit line is now drying up, with severely negative consequences for oil producers with debt that’s coming due.

Could the oil patch bust triggered by oil plummeting from $100/barrel to $50/barrel kick the U.S. into recession? Longtime correspondent B.C. recently observed: The question is whether the incipient recession in the energy and energy-related transport sectors is sufficient this time around to be the proximate cause of a US/global recession and real estate bust.


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