A controversial report released this month by the International Monetary Fund outlines schemes to have big-spending governments with out-of-control debts plunder humanity’s wealth using a mix of much higher taxes and outright confiscation. The goal: prop up Big Government. Because people and their assets are generally mobile, the radical IMF document, dubbed “Taxing Times,” also proposes measures to prevent them from escaping before they can be fleeced. Of course, the real problems — debt-based fiat currency, lawless bank bailouts, and a cartel-run monetary system — are virtually ignored.

From establishment mouthpieces in the West to the brutal Communist Chinese regime’s propaganda outlets in the East, discussion and even brazen calls for ending the U.S. dollar’s (USD) prized status as the global reserve currency are increasingly coming out in the open.

When do government price controls, which are meant to help consumers, hurt consumers? Whenever they are in effect.

Despite the so-called shutdown, President Obama is pushing for a quick wrap-up of Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) negotiations.

International Monetary Fund chief Christine Lagarde called central bankers “heroes of the global financial crisis,” warned against slowing funny money “stimulus”

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