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Liberty Movement Rising

“Freedom had been hunted round the globe; reason was considered as rebellion; and the slavery of fear had made men afraid to think. But such is the irresistible nature of truth, that all it asks, and all it wants, is the liberty of appearing.”  – Thomas Paine

The label of “fringe” is a common one used by statists, bureaucrats and paid shills in order to marginalize those who would stand against government corruption. The primary assertion being sold is that the “majority” joyously supports the establishment; and the majority, of course, is always right.

The liberty movement, which is a collection of numerous freedom organizations and political activists brought together by a shared philosophical bond, has been accused of “fringe” status for quite some time. With corporatist dominance over the mainstream media for decades backing an elitist machine in Washington and a global banking cartel footing the bill with money created from thin air, any such accusation can be made to seem “real” to those who are unaware.

The problem has always been a matter of physical action giving rise to an acknowledgment of numbers.

We have all heard the old story of the debate within the ancient Roman government over the idea of forcing the slave population to wear distinct armbands so that they could be more easily identified among the regular population. The concept was rejected on the realization that if the slaves were given a visual confirmation of their considerable numbers and strength, they would be encouraged to revolt against the Roman tyrants. That is to say, as long as the slaves felt isolated, they would remain apathetic and powerless. Of course, that was not always the case. Sometimes, a small group would stand up despite their supposed isolation, and the rest of the world, wide-eyed and astonished, would take notice.

The liberty movement has just experienced one of its first great moments of realization and empowerment in Clark County, Nev., and millions of past naysayers have been shell-shocked.

I covered my views in detail on the Bundy Ranch saga in Nevada in my article “Real Americans Are Ready To Snap,” amid the usual choir of disinformation agents and nihilists desperate to convince Web audiences that the liberty movement would do nothing to stop the Bureau of Land Management’s militant assault on Cliven Bundy’s cattle farm. This assault included hundreds of Federal agents, helicopters, contractors hired essentially as cattle rustlers and even teams of snipers.

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US Guantanamo detainee killed in Syria while leading NATO-backed death squad.

The Long War Journal reported in its post, “Former Guantanamo detainee killed while leading jihadist group in Syria,” that:

Ibrahim Bin Shakaran, a Moroccan who spent more than three years at the Guantanamo Bay detention facility before being released to Moroccan custody, has been killed while leading a jihadist group that fights Syrian government forces.

Bin Shakaran, who is also known as Abu Ahmad al Maghribi, Abu Ahmad al Muhajir, and Brahim Benchekroune, was “martyred, Insha’Allah, in battles for Hilltop # 45 in Latakia,” according to Kavkaz Center, a propaganda arm of the Islamic Caucasus Emirate.

Bin Shakaran led a jihadist group known as Sham al Islam, which is based in Latakia and is comprised primarily of fighters from Morocco, according to the Washington Institute for Near East Policy. Bin Shakaran created the group “not only to recruit fighters for the Syria war, but also to establish a jihadist organization within Morocco itself.”

Sham al Islam has been fighting alongside the al Qaeda’s Syrian branch, the Al Nusrah Front for the People of the Levant, as well as Ahrar al Sham and the Army of the Emigrants and Supporters in an ongoing offensive in the coastal province of Latakia.

Curiously absent from The Long War Journal’s report is any mention of how Bin Shakaran made it into northern Syria in the first place. Clearly this is because it would involve mentioning Turkey, a long-standing NATO member, with NATO being the organization that invaded and occupied Afghanistan, and whom Bin Shakaran had been fighting and ultimately fled from before being captured.

The Long War Journal also makes mention of the Kavkaz Center, calling it “a propaganda arm of the Islamic Caucasus Emirate.” Only the Kavkaz Center had been backed by the now defunct US National Endowment for Democracy-funded ”Russian-Chechen Friendship Society.” While The Long War Journal poses as a stalwart fighter of terrorism, its Western-backed counterpart, the Kavkaz Center is promoting terrorism in Russia.

“The Long War Journal” itself is a project of the Neo-Con Foundation for the Defense of Democracies (FDD). The FDD has counted among its membership US politicians and policy makers such as current US Vice President Joseph Biden, William Kristol, Steve Forbes, Charles Krauthammer, Paula Dobriansky – many of whom were signatories of the now notorious Project for a New American Century and who had been the chief proponents of the so-called “War on Terror” and the two costly conflicts fought in its name – the war in Iraq and Afghanistan.

The detention center in Guantanamo is part of the “War on Terror’s” legacy, a continuous point of contention between the US government and rights activists, and clearly a failure in its alleged role of keeping dangerous terrorists off the battlefield.

Much more HERE.

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April 17th 1964: Ford Mustang debuts

On this day in 1964, the Ford Motor Company introduced their new sports car – the Ford Mustang – to the public. The Mustang was one of the first ‘pony cars’, which are smaller sports car-like coupes. The car had debuted two years earlier at the United States Grand Prix, but Ford introduced their new car to the public at the New York World’s Fair in 1964. Ford received over 22,000 orders from around the world on the first day, and the car’s popularity only increased from there. The model’s fame was cemented when a Mustang appeared in the James Bond film ‘Goldfinger’ in September 1964. The Mustang is now approaching its sixth generation, and has changed a lot since the 1964 version. This year marks the 50th anniversary of this legendary American car, and Ford are celebrating with a limited edition 50th anniversary 2015 Mustang GT (pictured above).

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How Harmless Bacteria Learned to Eat Human Flesh

Three decades ago, A. streptococcus was a bacteria that could cause a bit of strep throat, but not much else. Today, it can eat your flesh.

Its odyssey from essentially benign bacteria to flesh-eating terror was just chronicled by researchers at the Houston Methodist Research Institute in the largest bacterial genome study ever and was published in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.

A. streptococcus is a good bacteria to study for a couple reasons: It’s extremely common, infecting some 600 million humans each year, infects only humans, and, as I’ve already noted twice, it’s the leading cause of necrotizing fasciitis, a “rapidly progressive,” horrifying disease that the Centers for Disease Control says “destroys muscles, fat, and skin tissue.” Research centers around the world also have samples of it from the last 30 years or so—all those popsicle sticks stuck down people’s throats during strep tests were not in vain.

Let’s get this out of the way quickly—most people infected with the bacteria do not develop flesh-eating disease. Most get strep throat, which is easily treated with antibiotics. But if it somehow infects a different part of the body, which happens in as many as 3 percent of cases, it can be much worse—of that 3 percent, about 1 in 5 will have necrotizing fasciitis. Overall, you’re looking at several hundred thousand cases of flesh-eating disease each year.

In recent years, scientists have been warning about antibiotic resistance eventually leading to untreatable bacterial diseases and more pathogenic microbes. That’s not what happened with A. streptococcus, according to lead researcher James Musser—instead, it appears that four likely random “genetic events” led to the bacteria becoming more fearsome.

“I think it’s unlikely humans have contributed to this. These largely random events have produced a pathogen that’s better able to spread and cause disease, and they have been effective at elevating this organism to another plane, pathogenically-speaking,” he told me. “This used to cause minor pharyngitis, now it can be a flesh eater.”

To track its evolution, Musser sequenced the genomes of different samples of bacteria through the last three decades. The first two “genetic events” or mutations that originally gave the bacteria its flesh-eating capability came from bacteriophages, which are viruses that infect bacteria. These bacteriophages fundamentally changed strep’s DNA and made it produce two types of toxins. A third event, a single-nucleotide change in the genome (basically, a minor mutation), coded for the bacteria to produce another toxin.

“The fourth and final event,” Musser said, which occurred sometime around 1983, “was the acquisition of another foreign piece of DNA that encodes for a toxin called streptolycin,” which is key in the breakdown of human flesh.

“These events have taken a reasonably good pathogen and made it a much more virulent pathogen that is able to spread and cause disease,” he said.

So, why delve into the evolutionary history of a bacteria? Because by finding out what mutations made it more dangerous, researchers can be proactive instead of reactive, Musser said. Genomes can be cultured as infection strikes, and new medicines can be made more quickly. Another mutation could theoretically start an epidemic (if it becomes even more pathogenic or more transmissible), and if researchers can identify it earlier, they have a better shot at quelling it.

Beyond that, it’s cool to be able to tell the story of how a relatively harmless bacteria became so fearsome.

“The fact is, nowadays, we don’t have to guess about what transpired,” Musser said. “We can precisely delineate the exact molecular steps involved in this.”

Read it with the live links and much more HERE.

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Raymond Ibrahim: The Ultimate Source of Islamic Hate for Infidels

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Publicly Funded College Pays Socialist Hack $225,000 a Year to Lecture and Whine About “Income Inequality”

Economist Paul Krugman — who frequently uses his New York Times column to preach that rich people and Republicans are oppressing the poor with their capitalist policies — has been hired by City University of New York, which will pay him $225,000 to work on the ironically-named income inequality initiative.

His contract with CUNY was first reported by Gawker. He will be paid $225,000 for two semesters of work each year, or about $25,000 per month.

He is not required to teach during his first year of employment. Instead, the darling liberal pundit will be handsomely compensated for making media appearances and garnering publicity for CUNY’s Luxembourg Income Study Center.

CUNY also plans to reimburse Krugman $10,000 each year for travel expenses. A part-time researcher, or team of two researchers, will also be made available to him.

Krugman frequently writes about how the 1 percent are harming the economic interests of the rest of society. His new salary is four times higher than the average income in New York City.

The infamous “1%” includes anyone making $343,927  or higher a year. Krugman’s new salary places him in the top 4%.

Read the full story at The Daily Caller.

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Ethics Panel Caught Violating the Very Laws They Exist to Ensure People Follow

A Colorado ethics commission charges five times what is allowed by law for copies of records obtained under the state open records act.

The Colorado Independent Ethics Commission was recently in the spotlight for letting Gov. John Hickenlooper off the hook on a complaint filed by a conservative group.

The IEC charges $1.25 per paper copy, according to its own written policy available on its website. If the staff must supervise the copying, the policy continues, the price per page doubles.

But a 2007 law caps the fee state agencies can charge at $.25 per page.

The ethics commission is tasked with ensuring that state officials follow state law.

Read the full article at The Daily Caller.

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“Duck Dynasty” Contest Cancelled Due to One, Single Complaint

A&E’s Duck Dynasty remains a ratings powerhouse, and co-star Willie Robertson’s film God’s Not Dead is one of 2014?s biggest sleeper hits.

That wasn’t enough to prevent a Michigan utility company from scrapping aDuck Dynasty look-a-like contest after a single complaint, according to Fox News.

The decision was made in light of controversial remarks by a Duck Dynasty cast member against the LGBT community,” the public utility said in a statement. “The BWL is committed to diversity and respect community differences, and we regret if the contest offended anyone.

The utility announced the contest on Monday. One local citizen complained about it later that day, connecting the event to star Phil Robertson’s comments about homosexuality in GQ magazine.

Read the full story at Breitbart.com.

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From Slavery to Freedom

As another Passover begins, the echoes of “Once we were slaves and now we are free” and “Next year in Jerusalem” resound briefly and then fade into the background noise of everyday life. We can board a plane tomorrow and fly off to Jerusalem. Some of us are already there now. But will that make us free?

Since Egypt we have become slaves again, lived under the rule of iron-fisted tyrants and forgotten what the very idea of freedom means. And that will likely happen again and again until the age ends. What is this freedom that we gained with the fall of a Pharaoh and the last sight of his pyramids and armies?

Freedom like slavery, is as much a state of mind as a state of being. It is possible to be legally free, yet to have no freedom of action whatsoever. And it is possible to be legally a slave and yet to be free in defiance of those restrictions. External coercion alone does not make a man free or slave, it is the degradation of mind that makes a man a slave.

What is a slave? A slave is complicit in his own oppression. His slavery has become his natural state and he looks to his master, not to free him, but to command him. Had the Jews of Egypt merely been restrained by physical coercion, it would have been enough to directly and immediately smash the power of the Egyptian state. But their slavery was mental. They moaned not at the fact of slavery, but at the extremity of it. When their taskmasters complained to Pharaoh, it was not of slavery, but of not being given the straw with which to build the bricks.

The worst slavery is of the most insidious kind. It leaves the slave able to think and act, but not as a free man. It leaves him with cunning, but not courage. He is able to use force, but only to bring other slaves into line. And most hideously, this state of affairs seems moral and natural to him. This is his freedom.

The true slave has come to love big brother, to worship at the foot of the system that oppresses him. It is this twisted love that must be torn out of him. It is this idolatry of the whip before which he kneels, this panting to know who his superior and who his inferiors are, this love of a vast order that allows him to be lost in its wonders, to gaze in awe at the empire of tomorrow which builds its own tombs today, that must be broken. These are his gods and he must kill them within himself to be free.

Read it all HERE.

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Tax Havens, FIRST ARREST in Connecticut, How to Reset the Climate Change Debate, West’s Financial Arsenal

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Tax Havens Leave U.S. Filers $1,259 Tab Each, Report Says

U.S. taxpayers would need to pay an average of $1,259 more a year to make up the federal and state taxes lost to corporations and individuals sheltering money in overseas tax havens, according to a report.

“Tax haven abusers benefit from America’s markets, public infrastructure, educated workforce, security and rule of law -– all supported in one way or another by tax dollars -– but they avoid paying for these benefits,” U.S. Public Interest Research Group said in the report released today, the deadline for filing 2013 taxes.

“Instead, ordinary taxpayers end up picking up the tab, either in the form of higher taxes, cuts to public spending priorities, or increases to the federal debt,” it said.

In total, the U.S. loses $150 billion in federal revenue and another $34 billion in state revenue annually because of money parked in tax havens, the Boston-based consumer advocacy group concluded.

That’s almost 5 percent of total federal revenue. The U.S. is projected to raise $3.032 trillion this year, up from $2.775 trillion for fiscal year 2013, according to the Congressional Budget Office.

U.S. PIRG released the report as it tries to increase pressure on lawmakers to change how companies pay taxes on income credited to foreign subsidiaries.

Read it all at Bloomberg.

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Finding May Explain Why Women More Likely Develop Alzheimer’s .

Lifestyle determines gut microbes: Study with modern hunter-gatherers tells tale of bacteria co-evolution .

T. rex didn’t need proper arms thanks to its neck /a>.

Warm US West, cold East: A 4,000-year pattern .

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Secrets of the Tax-Prep Business

What do refund lenders see when they look at poor neighborhoods?

Since this story first appeared, the refund anticipation loan business has taken additional hits. According to the New York Times, only one major tax preparer is offering them this year. After cutting a deal with the FDIC, Republic Bank & Trust, which underwrites RALs peddled by the Jackson Hewitt chain, is getting out of the business. But the preparers, as Gary Rivlin explains below, have a range of tricks in store to reel in new customers.   

JOHN HEWITT WASN’T seeking to turn the working poor into cash cows when his father and some friends helped him buy a six-store tax-service chain in Virginia Beach back in 1982. A 33-year-old college dropout who’d recently left his post as a regional director for H&R Block, Hewitt bought the Mel Jackson Tax Service hoping simply to break his old employer’s near-monopoly on the market. “We’re going to be bigger than H&R Block!” he liked to boast, though his operation was a mere tadpole challenging a leviathan with 7,000 stores in middle-class neighborhoods across the country. Hewitt renamed the company Jackson Hewitt and bet that his early embrace of computers would give him a leg up on his former bosses. But it wasn’t until he began offering something called a refund anticipation loan (RAL)—a product aimed at down-market customers desperate for cash—that his chain really took off.

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 “Lois Lerner intended to use her position atop the IRS’ tax exempt approval office to coordinate the prosecution of political speech. The Department of Justice under Attorney General Eric Holder had at least tentatively bought into that. The Federal Elections Commission was being roped in as well. Lerner’s emails prove that beyond doubt.

Democrats in Congress were involved. Rep. Elijah Cummings (D-MD) appears to have led the anti-constitutional attack on free speech in the House. Sen. Sheldon Whitehouse (D-RI) led it from the Senate.

Two days before Lerner was forced to publicly disclose the scandal, she was moving forward with an insidious plan to stamp out conservatives and Tea Party activists’ ability to organize and raise money, by working with the IRS commissioner’s office and the Department of Justice. At the same time, there was no plan for any government crackdown on groups who agreed with President Obama. The traffic was entirely one-way. It was nakedly political, and everyone involved knew it. They also had reason to believe that they would succeed, or they would not have engaged in it. DOJ would serve two roles: Prosecute conservatives, and protect the bureaucrats who were pushing those prosecutions.” –Bryan Preston

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Brain changes are associated with casual marijuana use in young adults .

Toddlers assess fairness and race of playmates .

New study outlines ‘water world’ theory of life’s origins.

Beard trend is ‘guided by evolution’.

Do Monkeys Grieve for Fallen Mates? 

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THE CITY OF YELLOWKNIFE, CANADA, IS SITTING ON ENOUGH ARSENIC TO KILL EVERY HUMAN ON EARTH

The Northern Canadian territories often get written off by all of us as a frigid tundra of nothingness. But it’s probably about time we start paying attention to the situation up there. Yellowknife is currently sitting on 237,000 tons of arsenic—enough to kill the entire human population of our planet a few times over.

The majority of this highly water-soluble carcinogen is sitting in specially designed underground chambers below an old and depleted gold mine called Giant Mine, on the outskirts of the city. The arsenic is a by-product of mining operations that started in the late 1940s, shortly after the discovery of gold in the north. Mining continued until 2004 when the company handed the depleted mine back to the federal government along with loads of arsenic trioxide dust as a nice “fuck-you-very-much.”

For years the local mine’s arsenic production (averaging 22,000 pounds a day) was left unregulated until 1951, when a child from the Yellowknives Dene First Nation died of poisoning from eating snow in the area. It became apparent that the government needed to do something about it. But instead of shutting down operations, they thought the best course of action was to collect the massive amounts of poisonous dust in chambers underground, presumably hoping that the arsenic trioxide fairy would eventually come and take all of it away. They handed the child’s family $750 and decided to wait it out.

However, with a crumbling infrastructure and increasing concern about leakage into the local water supply, the time has come to do something about it. Now that it is 2014 and the Canadian government is older and wiser, they have finally come up with what a reasonable solution to our minor poison problem: They are going to freeze the 237,000 tons of arsenic trioxide underground—for all of eternity.

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FIRST ARREST? Connecticut Man Faces Charges For Unregistered “Assault Rifle,” Standard Capacity Magazines

A Milford man appears to be the first person charged after failing to comply with Connecticut’s law requiring the registration of certain firearms and standard capacity magazines:

A 65-year-old man faces an array of charges after he allegedly shot a squirrel in his yard Monday morning.

James Toigo, 258 Housatonic Dr., was charged with unlawful discharge of a firearm, cruelty to an animal, first-degree reckless endangerment, second-degree breach of peace, failure to register an assault rifle and three counts of possessing large-capacity magazines, according to a police press release.

Police were directing traffic in the area of Housatonic Drive when they heard a gunshot nearby, according to the release.

Upon investigation, police said Toigo was taken into custody after finding he had shot the squirrel. Police said they also found an unregistered assault rifle, as well as three large-capacity magazines, in Toigo’s home. Both the firearms and the magazines were taken, the release said.

It will be interesting to hear under what conditions police entered the home, and whether they used suspected state databases of gun owners to connect the apparent crime of shooting the squirrel with the ownership of an unregistered rifle and standard capacity magazines.

Folks, it appears we may have a test case on whether the Connecticut ban constitutes an unconstitutional ex post facto law.

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‘Zero knowledge privacy’: NSA-proof email service goes online .

EFF: NSA May Have Used IRC Botnets to Exploit Heartbleed for Last Two Years.

War News Updates.

This Backpack Drone Could be U.S. Troops’ New Secret Weapon.

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How to Reset the Climate Change Debate

The world’s failure to take meaningful action on climate change may one day be seen as the gravest mistake of our time. How to account for this failure?

There are many reasons for it — but principally lack of leadership. Governments won’t succeed in this endeavor until they start risking political capital on the cause and, equally important, rethink their arguments. Climate change is neither an inevitable cataclysm nor a scientific hoax, the twin poles that have defined this debate. It is a relatively straightforward but profound risk against which the world must insure itself.

The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change has just published the third of three working-group reports on where the science of climate change stands, on the effects that the world can expect if greenhouse-gas emissions aren’t curbed, and on the options for reducing those risks. Later this year it will issue a grand Synthesis Report gathering all these pieces together.

These thousands of pages add to the tens of thousands already published in previous IPCC exercises, and the message is essentially the same: The world needs to act. For all that, and despite the ambitions of the Kyoto Protocol adopted in 1997, global greenhouse-gas emissions continue to grow.

This is in part because the world’s dependence on fossil fuels isn’t easy to dislodge — not quickly, at any rate, and certainly not without cost. The economic burden of prompt mitigation happens here and now; the main economic benefits are decades away (other benefits, such as cleaner air, will come sooner). That’s a tough case to make in a democracy.

Much more to read HERE.

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How Turkey Can Integrate Syrian Refugees .

Obama: NSA Must Reveal Bugs Like Heartbleed, Unless They Help the NSA /a>.

Terrorism expands from Sinai to Cairo .

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CIA to take lead in censoring report that criticizes the CIA

Obama has given the CIA the task of editing a torture report that is very critical of the CIA. This was a bit too much for even Sen. Dianne Feinstein who has often supported the agency.

Feinstein chairs the Senate Intelligence Committee which voted last week to publicly release part of the 6,600 page review. The executive branch was to black out sections that might compromise national security. The White House however has given the CIA the lead in the redacting process. That this is a clear conflict of interest since the report is highly critical of that organization’s treatment of terror suspects seems not to matter.

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10 Things You Don’t Know About American Indians

Why Are So Many Older Veterans Committing Suicide?

Why People Still Join the Ku Klux Klan

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The West’s Financial Arsenal

PRINCETON – The revolution in Ukraine and Russia’s illegal annexation of Crimea have generated a serious security crisis in Europe. But, with Western leaders testing a new kind of financial warfare, the situation could become even more dangerous.

A democratic, stable, and prosperous Ukraine would be a constant irritant – and rebuke – to President Vladimir Putin’s autocratic and economically sclerotic Russian Federation. In order to prevent such an outcome, Putin is trying to destabilize Ukraine, by seizing Crimea and fomenting ethnic conflict in the eastern part of the country.

At the same time, Putin is attempting to boost Russia’s appeal by doubling Crimeans’ pensions, boosting the salaries of the region’s 200,000 civil servants, and constructing large, Sochi-style infrastructure, including a $3 billion bridge across the Kerch Strait. This strategy’s long-term sustainability is dubious, owing to the strain that it will put on Russia’s public finances. But it will nonetheless serve Putin’s goal of projecting Russia’s influence.

For their part, the European Union and the United States have no desire for military intervention to defend Ukraine’s sovereignty and territorial integrity. But verbal protests alone would make the West look ridiculous and ineffective to the rest of the international community, ultimately giving rise to further – and increasingly far-ranging – security challenges. This leaves Western powers with one option: to launch a financial war against Russia.

As the former US Treasury official Juan Zarate revealed in his recent memoir Treasury’s War, the US spent the decade after the September 11, 2001, terrorist attacks developing a new set of financial weapons to use against America’s enemies – first Al Qaeda, then North Korea and Iran, and now Russia. These weapons included asset freezes and blocking rogue banks’ access to international finance.

When the Ukrainian revolution began, the Russian banking system was already over-extended and vulnerable. But the situation became much worse with the toppling of Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovych and the annexation of Crimea, which triggered a stock-market panic that weakened the Russian economy considerably and depleted the assets of Russia’s powerful oligarchs.

Read it all HERE.

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