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Jun 03 11:06

Neil Young vs Starbucks, Monsanto

The indefatigable rocker and activist Neil Young has released a new video featuring an anti-Starbucks anthem, part of Young’s fierce fight against Monsanto, GMOs and Starbucks’ alleged support of them in an industry lawsuit against GMO labeling. The vintage-style song, “A Rock Star Bucks A Coffee Shop,” comes ahead of this month’s release of Young’s new concept album, “The Monsanto Years,” and a summer-long tour with Willie Nelson’s sons Lukas and Micah and their band, Promise of the Real.

Jun 03 11:02

Do You Live Off A Pension? Not For Long

Jun 03 10:57

Venezuela's Currency Isn't Worth A Penny

Jun 03 10:48

Mainstream media a decade behind the independent media

Oh, ya. Riffing off my piece on the false flag attacks on the youth of our world, calling them the distracted generation, Generation Me, the Dumbest Generations Ever, Google, Inc. What have you.

Jun 03 10:44

US neoconservatives want war against Iran: Grossman

International lawyer Barry Grossman says US neoconservatives are seeking a military attack against Iran over the country’s nuclear program because it is “profitable” for them.

Jun 03 10:34

OPEC is winning the oil war.

Jun 03 10:26

US undercover agents able to smuggle weapons through airport checkpoints: Report

Undercover agents in the United States have smuggled mock explosives and weapons through US airport checkpoints, according to a new report.

Jun 03 10:26

The NY Times Is Going Bankrupt

For the first quarter of 2015, The New York Times Company reported a net loss of $14.4 million. The Times would have been profitable, last quarter, had it not incurred a $40.3 million pension settlement charge.

Jun 03 10:21

Former Israeli Premier Olmert sentenced to jail

Former Israeli prime minister Ehud Olmert has received an eight-month jail sentence for fraud and breach of trust for actions taken when he was trade and industry minister in the early 2000s.

Jun 03 10:16

VIDEO: Israeli Corporal Jailed for Publicly Saying the Occupation of Gaza Corrupts Israel

Israeli Cpl. Shachar Berrin was sentenced to a week in prison on the charge of participating “in a political meeting, while in uniform, in the presence of the media.” The army’s history of punishing soldiers’ public statements suggests that what he said, “not just the public venue, is what upset someone influential.”
(Hear Shachar Berrin’s coments at the 42:55 mark in the video).

Jun 03 10:13

Bail-Ins Coming – EU Gives Countries Two Months To Adopt Rules

In April of 2013 SilverDoctors globally broke the news that the Western Central banks planned to bail-in the entire financial system during the next financial crisis, uncovering legislation buried in the US, UK, and Canada.

Are the bank failures & bail-ins procedures put in place by the likes of the Fed and the BOE finally imminent?

The EU has given Bulgaria, the Czech Republic, Lithuania, Malta, Poland, Romania, Sweden, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, France, and Italy a 2 month ultimatum to adopt bail-ins or be hauled before the EU Court of Justice.

But don’t worry European depositors, DieselBOOM assured us Cyprus was NOT the template…

Jun 03 10:11

Chicago Democrats prepare new attacks on public education

As the Chicago Teachers Union (CTU) and the Democratic administration of Mayor Rahm Emanuel continue negotiations for a new contract covering 30,000 teachers and other school employees, Barbara Byrd-Bennett, CEO of Chicago Public Schools (CPS), has been forced to step down from her $250,000 per year position after being targeted by a federal corruption probe. The resignation takes place amid increasingly vocal demands in the media for financial takeover of the school district and as authorities continue to expand privately run, for-profit charter operations.

Jun 03 09:59

Silver In Strong Accumulation Phase

Jun 03 09:59

Russia Defence Ministry reinforces its naval task force in Mediterranean

A large group of the Russian Navy ships has been included in the country’s naval task force in the Mediterranean.
Also, four ships of the Black Sea Fleet have been sent to the Mediterranean to fulfil tasks within the Russian Navy’s permanent task force, a military-diplomatic source in Moscow told TASS on Wednesday.