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What Could You Get for $13 Trillion?

FBN's Gerri Willis breaks down what you can buy for the equivalent of the nation's debt.

Toronto G20 protests: Police State Resistance or Vandalism?

Around 10 thousand people took part in the protests against those summits - more than six hundred of them were arrested after rallies turned violent. The demonstrators accuse the leaders of the world's largest economies of turning a blind eye to the problems of those who are in need. And many of the protesters say the local security crackdown was a violation of their rights.

Israel US prepare to attack Iran

Reports are circulating that the U.S is amassing a greater military presence in the Middle East. The alleged build up is also rumored to involve the Israeli use of Saudi Arabian air space. It's thought by some to be in preparation for an attack on Iran.

Greece Ready to Sell Rhodes, Mykonos to Investors

Elena Moya
The Guardian
June 26, 2010
Editor’s note: Selling off ancient civilization in order to pay debts owed to international bankers who create money out of thin air. The home of the guy who wrote the mythological story of Jason and the Argonauts is up for sale. So is the island Mykonos, the location in Greek mythology of the battle between Zeus and the Titans. Call it a globalist spawned fire sale on steroids. Stay tuned. More to come.
There’s little that shouts “seriously rich” as much as a little island in the sun to call your own. For Sir Richard Branson it is Neckar in the Caribbean, the billionaire Barclay brothers prefer Brecqhou in the Channel Islands, while Aristotle Onassis married Jackie Kennedy on Skorpios, his Greek hideway.
Now Greece is making it easier for the rich and famous to fulfill their dreams by preparing to sell, or offering long-term leases on, some of its 6,000 sunkissed islands in a desperate attempt to repay its mountainous debts.
The Guardian has learned that an area in Mykonos, one of Greece’s top tourist destinations, is one of the sites for sale. The area is one-third owned by the government, which is looking for a buyer willing to inject capital and develop a luxury tourism complex, according to a source close to the negotiations.
Potential investors also looking at property on the island of Rhodes, are mostly Russian and Chinese. Investors in both countries are looking for a little bit of the Mediterranean as holiday destinations for their increasingly affluent populations. Roman Abramovich, the billionaire owner of Chelsea football club, is among those understood to be interested, although a spokesman denied he was about to invest.
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Police abandon cars at G20 protests amid $1 billion security clampdown

Many in Canada are furious with the world leaders gathered there. Thousands marched through Toronto to protest over the G8 and G20 summits.

More American women selling their eggs for cash

June 22, 2010 — In this recession, more young American women are choosing to sell their eggs to help couples with fertility problems have a family. Women can make anywhere from $5,000 to $10,000 through egg donation. The process isn't simple though, only 20% of the women who apply to be egg donors through Egg Donor Surrogacy USA, an egg donor agency near Washington DC, are selected to be part of their donor database. Intended parents can choose an egg donor based on their physical traits, academic achievements and health records. Certain donors can make more money on their eggs if their ethnicity is particularly difficult to find in the database.

Giant 80 Meter Wide Sinkhole Opens in China

June 16, 2010 — Families in a southern Chinese town have been moved to safety after a massive hole appeared in a school yard. Starting to form six months ago after intense rainfalls caused land slips, it now measures 80 metres in diameter. Several buildings around the sinkhole have been cracked and damaged. Earlier this month, another giant sinkhole made the news when it opened up in Guatemala.

US General Petraeus collapses at Senate hearing on Afghanistan

June 15, 2010US General David Petraeus collapsed in his chair under intense questioning in the Senate on Tuesday. He had just finished answering Senator John McCain's question about the planned 2011 pullout of US troops in Afghanistan. Petraeus, who oversees the war in Iraq and Afghanistan as head of US Central Command, briefly put his head on the table, revived after a few seconds, stood up and left the room unaided. He then returned to the room briefly and told the senators he was feeling a little bit light-headed. Petraues joked that McCain's question wasn't the cause.


Dozens Protest BP in California

June 10, 2010 — AssociatedPress — Dozens of people took to the streets in Long Beach, California, to protest BP and demand the government seize the company.

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Retail Sales Fall 1.2%

Retail Sales in U.S. Fall as Consumers Boost Savings

FBN's Ashley Webster on what led retail sales to fall 1.2% last month, worst than economists expected.
June 11 (Bloomberg) -- Sales at U.S. retailers unexpectedly fell 1.2 percent in May, the biggest drop since September 2009, signaling consumers boosted savings as employment slowed and stocks fell. The drop follows a 0.6 percent April gain that was larger than previously estimated, Commerce Department figures showed today in Washington. Bloomberg's Mike McKee and Jon Erlichman report. (Source: Bloomberg)

Hungary The Next Greece?

June 09, 2010Sarah Hewin of Standard Chartered on whether Hungary is the next Greece?


UK PM reveals extent of shocking deficit

June 07, 2010itnnews — After being in office for a month, the Prime Minister has revealed the the stats the previous Chancellor withheld.


Bilderberg 2010 coverage from outside hotel Dolce in Sitges (Barcelona, Spain)

Bilderberg 2010 covered by AFP (American Free Press) just outside the Dolce hotel in Sitges, Barcelona. Credits to AFP and many thanks to Jim Tucker !


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