The Great Virus Hoax in Modern Medicine

“It’s a virus, but we just can’t find it.” “It’s a bird, it’s a plane, it’s a UFO, it’s a virus from outer space.” My previous article detailed: cooking up fake threats of viruses from outer space. This could be the next “UFO disclosure” coming on the heels of recent Pentagon reports of alien craft …

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Price Gouging? Cancer Drug Price Spikes From $50 to $768 Per Pill After Change of Owner

A long-standing medication for cancer has become almost unaffordable for most of patients, as its price has skyrocketed 1,500 percent over four years. The company behind the drug is under fire. The remedy for brain tumors and Hodgkin lymphoma was introduced 42 years ago, and the highest dose was sold for $50 per capsule. The …

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Putin Orders Russian Companies to be Ready for Urgent Transition to War-Time Operations

Russian President Vladimir Putin says that all major Russian companies, both state-owned and private, must be ready for a rapid transition to war-time operations, adding that the capability is crucial to national security. According to the Kremlin press service, the Russian president made the statement on Wednesday at a conference with senior defense ministry officials …

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War Between Iran & Saudi Arabia Could Send Oil to $300 Per Barrel & Impoverish the World

An armed conflict between Riyadh and Tehran would have a major impact on oil markets and the global economy. RT asked experts what a war between the two Middle East superpowers would mean for crude prices. If a conflict happens, oil prices could increase 500 percent. “Energy prices will seriously depend on the severity of …

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‘Magic Wand’: Russia Buying Gold at Record Pace, Unlikely to Lose Momentum

Russia has been expanding its gold reserves at a record pace, according to information from the World Gold Council (WGC). Russian business newspaper Kommersant suggests this gold rush will give Russia guarantees against sanctions and economic and geopolitical risks. In the third quarter of 2017, the Central Bank of Russia bought 63 tons of the precious metal, bringing …

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China’s Launch of ‘Petro-Yuan’ in Two Months Sounds Death Knell for Dollar’s Dominance

One of the world’s top energy importers, China, is set to roll out a yuan-denominated oil contract as early as this year. Analysts call the plan, announced by Beijing in September, a huge move against the dollar's global dominance. The so-called petro-yuan is a “wake up call” for investors who haven’t paid attention to the …

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Passports for Sale: How Storm-Hit Caribbean Islands Court Arab Investors

Caribbean states devastated by recent hurricanes are selling citizenship to Middle Eastern investors to raise funds to help their recovery. But some officials warn that the islands’ rival schemes have fuelled a "race to the bottom" in which prized passports are being handed out cheaply. Islands badly hit by last month's storms included Dominica, where …

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Iran & Turkey Agree to Use National Currencies in Trade to Cut Dependence on Euro and Dollar

An agreement on using local currencies in trade has been inked between the central banks of Iran and Turkey. The aim is to improve economic links and make bilateral trade easier. Under the deal, the Iranian rial and Turkish lira will be easily converted to help reduce the costs of currency conversion and transfer for …

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Trump Threatens to Ban ‘Very Bad’ Germans from Selling Cars in US

US President Donald Trump’s top economic adviser acknowledged that the president said Germany is "very bad" when it comes to flooding the U.S. with cars, but insisted it wasn’t an attack on one of America’s most-important allies. “He said, ‘They’re very bad on trade,’ but he doesn’t have a problem with Germany," Gary Cohn, director …

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