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Federal Reserve Confesses Sole Responsibility for All Recessions Zero Hedge posted this article today so I took a look, I left a few comments which the writer of the blog obviously did not want, SO I am reproducing them here. Its an interesting piece and puts out some good motives and so forth for the …

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https://www.cryptocompare.com/coins/eth/forum/USD jaslong 5 hours ago Can someone explain why we are so low at the moment? I cant identify or find a single cause? Trump? its January? News? any thoughts? rogerglewis13 1 min ago any significant movement through major adoption will show up here https://www.cmegroup.com/trading/equity-index/us-index/bitcoin.html for now the BTC whales including financial players from Central …

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The reformation puppet show at the beginning and then this. ‘admit the facts of life in international political relationships.” Brexit and facts of geo politics Spot on John, The Sweep of events at the beginning is key to seeing the Emergent realities of Brexit of part of an overriding process. The revelations of EU Military …

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  https://web.archive.org/web/20180518160349/https://prof77.wordpress.com/the-20/the-international-bankers-famous-quotes-about-international-bankers/ The International Bankers–famous quotes about international bankers The International Bankers Just by reading through these quotes, you will have a very clear picture of what happened to America and how we got in this fix in the first place. [Quotes arranged in approximate chronological order.] . “The bank hath benefit of interest on all …

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https://rwer.wordpress.com/2019/01/22/beyond-probabilism/   Beyond probabilism January 22, 2019Lars SyllLeave a commentGo to comments from Lars Syll “Getting philosophical” is not about articulating rarified concepts divorced from statistical practice. It is to provide tools to avoid obfuscating the terms and issues being bandied about …           Hi Lars, I Like Hans Rosling’s Possibilism, the …

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