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Next wave of super-rich heading for London as new crises bite

Political and financial upheaval in some of the world's largest emerging economies is driving a new wave of rich migrants to London's supercharged property market as a place to park their wealth, data from a leading real estate agency showed on Friday.

Pope Francis named by eyewitness as child trafficker

A former civil servant of the Argentine military junta attended meetings where Jorge Bergoglio (Pope Francis) agreed to traffick the kidnapped children of political prisoners. Also, Francis has concealed the "Holyrood Agreement" between Queen of England and former Pope Benedict that protects child rapists in the Anglican as well as Catholic church

Pope Francis named by eyewitness as child trafficker
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Argentina on brink of new financial crisis

The Argentine government has responded to last week’s run on the peso with new rules allowing limited dollar purchases only to individuals with monthly salaries of 7,200 pesos (US$900) a month. The share of individuals in the population with this income is barely 20 percent, while well over half of the country’s families have a combined income of less than the cut-off amount.

Argentina's Central Bank Spends $115m to Control Slide in Peso

Argentina's central bank spent millions of dollars to control the peso's slide against the US dollar after President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner relaxed capital controls.

Argentina Throws Dollar Lifeline to Top 20% After Peso Falls

Argentina’s effort to stem a financial crisis by loosening controls on dollar purchases will only help the wealthiest Argentines protect themselves against surging inflation and a plunging peso.

Argentine Default Chaos Relived as Blackouts Follow Looting

Inflation soared to 28 percent last year, according to opposition lawmaker Patricia Bullrich, who divulges monthly estimates for economists cowed into silence by Fernandez’s crackdown on price reports that clash with official figures. By the government’s count, inflation was less than 11 percent.

Monsanto seed plant construction halted in Argentina

A labor appeals court in north-central Argentina ruled that the construction of a Monsanto plant is unconstitutional, halting work on the site.

Israel not liable under international law

A political analyst says the “confession” by a former Israeli envoy that Tel Aviv has killed most perpetrators of the AMIA attack in Argentina shows that the regime has “no accountability under international law.”

Chaos, riots, looting as police go on strike in Argentine city

At least 130 people were injured and one killed following mass looting and vandalism by gangs of youths, who took over several parts of Cordoba City in Argentina. The lawlessness was a result of the police going on strike over low pay.

Monsanto’s pesticides poisoning Argentina

Pesticides sold by Monsanto are behind health problems ranging from birth defects to elevated rates of cancer in Argentina, a report has revealed. A lack of regulations has led to widespread misuse of Monsanto’s products in the Latin American nation.

Argentina to probe Jewish ex-minister over AMIA bombing

An Argentinean court has ordered the probe of the country's Jewish ex-interior minister for his alleged ties to the AMIA Jewish center bombing which left 85 people dead and hundreds wounded.

'Make them go away!' Have Argentinians had enough of Kirchner?

On Thursday 8th November, Argentina started a new form of protest: the Global “Cacerolazo”. Actively planned and coordinated through the opposition media and social networks, “8N” resulted in 1.5 million people taking to the streets of Argentina to protest against the gross corruption, governmental mismanagement and flagrant irresponsibility of President Cristina Kirchner’s government.

Why The Buenos Aires Bombing Is A False Indicator On Burgas

Immediately after the terror bombing of a busload of Israeli youth in Burgas, Bulgaria, both Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and a "senior U.S. official" expressed certainty about Iran's responsibility. Since then, the White House has backed away from that position, after Bulgarian investigators warned against that assumption before the investigation is complete.

UK militarized South Atlantic: Argentina

The Argentinean president says Britain was militarizing the South Atlantic by sending reinforcements to the Malvinas Islands and that her country will make a formal complaint to the United Nations over the matter.

Debtocracy

This Greek-produced documentary addresses the causes of the Greek debt crisis and offers potential solutions to this crisis that are not currently being considered by the Greek government.  

DEBTOCRACY (FULL - ENG Subs)

Menachem Begin secretly armed Argentina during Falklands war

Evidence has emerged that Britain's "ally", the Jewish Zionist State of Israel which attacked New York and tried to blow up the Mexican Congress in 2001, tried to sink the USS Liberty in 1967, was caught in a failed false-flag in Egypt in 1954, tried to obtain a New Zealand passport in the name of a tetraplegic man in 2004, used the terror weapon white phosphorus to attack Lebanese and Palestinian civilians in 2006 and 2008, attacked London in 2005, etc, secretly supplied arms to Argentina during the Falklands war.

Argentina Recognizes Palestine Within its 1967 Borders

After Brazil’s decision to recognize a Palestinian state within the 1967 borders, the President of Argentina, Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner, confirmed, on Sunday, that she would also recognize an independent Palestine with the same parameters.

Third Pillar of a Second Republlc

Adrian Salbuchi smokes out the banksters and lays out the strategies and steps that the public needs to know and demand.  Salbuchi explains the legal concept of "odious debt" and the fact that We the People are not liable for such debt.  Excellent presentation that deserves to be widely heard. 

Salbuchi - Second Republic Project - Pillar 3 - REJECT THE DEBT-BASED SYSTEM (Part 1 of 2)

Despair in Once-Proud Argentina - OMINOUS PARALLELS part 1

This is the first in a series of entries comparing the situation in the U.S. with RECENT historical events in Argentina. It will serve to forewarn the readers in "first world" countries that it can, indeed, happen to them.  

Much of this information will be taken from ferfal's blog at: http://ferfal.blogspot.com  

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