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James Corbett – The Corbett Report – Interview 1007 – James Corbett On The Crypto Show – 20 February 2015

James Corbett at TEDxJames joins Chris and Danny on The Crypto Show to discuss the Snowden psyop, Anarchapulco, voluntarism, and the possibility of an extraterrestrial false flag. Continue reading

ZeroHedge – Dutch To Greeks: “Suck It Up Or Return To The Drachma” – 20 February 2015

ZeroHedge(Lucas : The propaganda to keep a crooked system of debt slavery  in place via ECB and EURO or any other fiat currency private banking printed money system needs to stop. We need no money and debt – or interest systems and fiat-currency or worthless I Owe You Notes we pay taxes and interest upon to make our own world just work for some few filthy rich and power-hungry idiots…. )

The front page of Holland’s De Telegraph newspaper has a simple message for The Greeks:

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Turkish Parliament In Second Brawl This Week Over Controversial Anti-Protest Bill – 20 February 2015

RT logoFisticuffs broke out in the Turkish parliament on Thursday night between members of the ruling party and Kurdish opposition deputies. The altercation was over a bill they say will turn the country into an “authoritarian state.”

The fight broke out after an increasingly fraught three-hour discussion of the mooted Homeland Security Reform, advocated by Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and his AKP party, which enjoys a recently renewed majority in the country’s legislative assembly.

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ECB Prepares For Greece’s Exit From Euro – Media – 20 February 2015

RT logoThe European Central Bank is preparing a contingency plan for Greece leaving the single currency zone. According to Germany’s Spiegel magazine it looks at ways to keep the rest of the eurozone untouched.

The magazine doesn’t provide any detail, other than saying that ECB is working on plans for Greece’s possible exit from the euro. On Friday, the Eurogroup is holding an extraordinary meeting in Brussels to agree on a loan extension for Greece.

A lack of progress in talks between the new leftist government in Greece, that promised to end austerity, and the troika of international creditors have increased worries that Athens could exit the eurozone and possibly cause a ‘domino effect’, with Portugal, Spain and Italy following suit.

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ActivistPost – US/Turkey Sign Deal To Arm Death Squads In Syria … – 20 February 2015

Logo_activistpost-com..while the UN Calls for Assad Gov’t Ceasefire Against Death Squads

Brandon Turbeville
Activist Post

According to a Turkish Foreign Ministry Undersecretary and the US Embassy in Ankara, the United States and Turkey have officially signed an agreement that would see the training and equipping of the phantom “moderate” Syrian “rebels” wreaking havoc on the Syrian people.

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Greek Standoff With Germany Could Derail European Economy – UK Chancellor – 20 February 2015

RT logoAthens’ standoff with EU creditors over the terms of Greece’s bailout risks turning into “a full-blown crisis” that could derail Europe’s economy, Chancellor George Osborne warns.

In a last-ditch bid to thrash out a deal over the fate of Greece’s debt, eurozone finance ministers will meet in Brussels on Friday afternoon.

Speaking in London on Friday morning, Osborne called upon his European colleagues to resolve their differences in the interest of Europe’s financial stability.

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‘Dirty’ Money: Political Parties Face Public Scrutiny Over ‘Suspect’ Donations – 20 February 2015

RT logoThe Electoral Reform Society (ERS) has released a report raising concerns over “suspect funding” of political parties, which they claim has an “influence” on British politics.

Find out more from Eisa Ali‘s full report.

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ActivistPost – It’s Germany vs. Greece, And The Very Survival Of The Eurozone Is At Stake – 20 February 2015

Logo_activistpost-comMichael Snyder
Activist Post

Is this the beginning of the end for the eurozone?  On Thursday, Germany rejected a Greek request for a six-month loan extension.  The Germans insisted that the Greek proposal did not require the Greeks to adhere to the austerity restrictions which previous agreements had forced upon them.  But Greek voters have already very clearly rejected the status quo, and the new Greek government has stated unequivocally that it will not be bound by the current bailout arrangement.  So can Germany and Greece find some sort of compromise that will be acceptable to both of them?  It certainly does not help that some Greek politicians have been comparing the current German government to the Nazis, and the Germans have fired back with some very nasty comments about the Greeks.

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EU And Moscow–Led Economic Bloc Should Develop Free Trade – Hungarian PM – 20 February 2015

RT logoEfficient cooperation between the EU and Russia will define the future of Europe. That’s why the EU shouldn’t waste any opportunity to unite with Russia in pursuance of a “prosperous future,” said Hungarian Prime Minister Victor Orban.

Hungary backs Russia’s initiative of economic cooperation and free trade between the EU and the Eurasian Economic Union; Orban said in an interview to Kommersant published Friday, adding that in his view Europe cannot be competitive without Russia.

“We have to find a mutual interest in each other’s economies,” he said. “We have to create the overall ‘tissue’ between Russia and the European Union, which will hold us on the way to peace.”

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‘Tasteless’: BAE Chief Exec Eyes Lucrative Arms Deals In Mid East ISIS War – 20 February 2015

RT logoBritish arms manufacturer BAE Systems says the growing involvement of Middle Eastern states in the battle against the Islamic State has caused a spike in demand for the support services it provides for aircraft and weaponry sold in the region.

Speaking to journalists after posting the company’s 2014 spending, Chief Executive Officer Ian King called the rise a “call to arms,” adding “you cannot let any performance degrade at this time when people are dependent on these assets.”

Egypt joined other Middle Eastern nations, including Bahrain, Jordan, Qatar, Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates, in the fight against the Islamic State (IS, formerly ISIS/ISIL), following the killing of Egyptian hostages in Libya.

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