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Zero Hedge | The lack of faith in central bank trustworthiness is spreading.

Mac Slavo | According to some, a very quiet stealth war on cash has begun.

Washington’s Blog | The Banking Game Exposed.

Zero Hedge | In other words, Australia engaged in what was effectively a helicopter drop of money designed to stimulate spending and boost inflation.

Washington’s Blog | The hatred of the Trans Pacific Partnership is widespread and bipartisan.

Zero Hedge | A new poll shows that 50.2% of Greeks think Athens should accept the troika’s proposal “if they insist on it”.

Observer | A lobbying frenzy.

Michael Krieger | I think the following comments will come back to haunt Jamie Dimon.

Michael Snyder | If you were laid off from your job, would you be willing to train your replacement if your company threatened to take away your severance pay if you didn’t do it?

Bloomberg | The U.S. has taken Russia’s crown as the biggest oil and natural-gas producer.

NBC News | Two-thirds of Americans say protecting American industries and jobs by limiting imports is more important.

Karl Denninger | We are out of time.

Michael Snyder | Most Americans are deathly afraid to go to the hospital these days – and it is because of the immense pain that it will cause to their wallets.

RT | Monsanto, the agrochemical and seed giant, is eyeing a move to the UK.

London Guardian | Branch closures in the UK and six other major markets are among cost-saving measures to be detailed as chief executive Stuart Gulliver briefs shareholders.

Michael Kreiger | Think about how troubling this is for a second.

Bloomberg | Robots and artificial intelligence fuel mass unemployment.

Martin Armstrong | We are simply drowning with people in charge who have no real world experience.

Bill Bonner | While we were thinking about what was really going on with today’s strange new money system, a startling thought occurred to us.

Truth Revolt | Americans are becoming increasingly dependent on government aid under Obama.

New American | The TPA bill (also known as “Fast Track”) will soon be up for a vote in the House of Representatives.

Zero Hedge | Ten official cars from the Tax Administration Office were set on fire and destroyed overnight in a protest.

Mac Slavo | The conspiracy to corner and control certain markets is, in fact, very real.

Charles Hugh Smith | U.S. healthcare is unsustainable. That it will break in the next decade is predictable.

Andrew Lilico | On Friday Greece is due to pay at least a quarter of the €1.5bn due to the IMF in June

Mac Slavo | A game of musical chairs has begun, and someone will be left standing when the music stops.

Michael Krieger | The writing is clearly on the wall if you’re paying any attention.

New American | ISIS seized 2,300 U.S. military Humvees and other weaponry from Iraq’s U.S. taxpayer-funded armed forces.

London Independent | Police in San Francisco believe Sarvshreshth Gupta killed himself

Martin Armstrong | The Fed will be forced to raise rates, and both Congress and the media will blame them for not raising rates sooner and for creating an asset bubble.

Truth Revolt | “The Obama administration doesn’t have much power to hold down rates.”

NY Times | Americans of both parties fundamentally reject the regime of untrammeled money in elections.

Charles Hugh Smith | The past six years of expansion have been as illusory as Cinderella’s magic carriage.

Michael Krieger | It’s an economic recovery so lopsided, corrupt and fraudulent only an oligarch could love it.

Zero Hedge | Here is Deutsche Bank admitting that not only the Fed is lying to the American people.

Business Insider | There’s just not enough money moving in markets at any one time.

Michael Snyder | Are stocks overvalued?

Truth Revolt | How’s that socialism working out?

The Daily Sheeple | At this point, it’s hard to say how many bankers have killed themselves over the past two years.

Washington’s Blog | The bigger they come, the harder they fall.

Steve Watson | Supervises everything he once lobbied government on.

Armstrong Economics | Many in Spain are starting to figure out that the only way to survive is to get your money out of the bank.

Business Insider | Chinese stocks, having closed down more than 5% on Thursday, have seen some wild volatility in early Friday trade.

Martin Armstrong | We are running out of other peoples’ money.

Armstrong Economics | Now you are watching newspaper and TV shows all preparing the public for the coming cashless society.

Zero Hedge | “No Greek payment to IMF would be default to IMF”

Michael Snyder | Have you heard of the saying “sell in May and go away”?

London Telegraph | The world authorities have run out of ammunition as rates remain stuck at zero. They have no margin for error as economy falters.

Zero Hedge | Since the 1960s, Western economies have been afflicted by an acute problem in which they depend more and more on our psychological and emotional engagement.

Michael Snyder | All over the planet, large banks are massively overexposed to derivatives contracts.

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