See what is in plain sight.
So easy to Deceive and Divide Americans…
Professional Investor, Michael Pento said “These are the most dangerous markets I have ever witnessed in my entire life. I have been investing more than 25 years”…
The Most Important Video Facts:
The video never showed Hillary Clinton!
Only one video camera record!
The strategic placement of all obstruction to the camera view!
The camera operator never moved to get a better angle, perhaps the camera was on a tripod?
The camera did not pan, and why was the video edited to never show the arrival of Hillary Clinton nor pan to show the surrounding area, WHY?
The American Bar Association (ABA) is profiting from your debts.
Do your research!
Civilization is not what you were taught to believe, and here are details about the so called “rule of law” that shatters the myth.
Who Trusts the PNAC Neocons promoting U.S. Military supremacy?
What nations want to rebuild the U.S.Dollar Empire?
What happens to “Allies” who abandon the Dollar supremacy?
Is Germany facing U.S. Dollar coercion?
Read details and piece together the world jigsaw puzzle …
“The Bank, its property and assets and all deposits and other funds entrusted to it shall be immune in time of peace and in time of war from any measure such as expropriation, requisition, seizure, confiscation, prohibition or restriction of gold or currency export or import, and any other measure.”
~Article 10, Instrument of Foundation, Bank of International Settlements [BIS]
Over 90 percent of the assets owned by millionaires are held in low-risk investments (bonds and cash), the stock market and real estate. Business startup costs made up less than 1 percent of the investments of high net worth individuals in North America in 2011. A recent study found that less than 1 percent of all entrepreneurs came from very rich or very poor backgrounds. They come from the middle class.
On the corporate side, stock buybacks are employed to enrich executives rather than to invest in new technologies. In 1981, major corporations were spending less than 3 percent of their combined net income on buybacks, but in recent years they’ve been spending up to 95 percent of their profits on buybacks and dividends.