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Globalist IMF Rolls-out New Package aimed at Further Impoverishing Ukraine

KIEV – After the Verkhovna Rada adopted the so-called anti-Kolomoisky law, in Kiev it was expected that the IMF would begin to implement a new ‘cooperation program’ which historically has furthered the rise of poverty, unemployment, prostitution, crime, and human trafficking in Ukraine. . However, it soon became clear that for this Ukraine needs to […]


Jeffrey Epstein: Babylon’s Bankster?

by Steve Brown   From Joseph P Farrell, author of Babylon’s Banksters (2010):    ‘1. The clan is ancient, with strong ties going back millennia, both to government and finance;   The clan is moreover connected with a secret society, whose activities in turn are connected with: Occult religious activity; Criminal business organization and activity; […]

TEXAS: Lithuania Loses. Again …

With the first round of the 2019 Lithuanian Presidential elections completed on May 12th, the field has narrowed down to two candidates Ingrida Simonyte and Gitanas Nauseda, with Prime Minister Saulius Skvernelis announcing his retirement in July, 2019. All three candidates continue the decades long policy of anti-Russian and anti-Communist actions and rhetoric, along with […]

OUTWITTING U.S SANCTIONS: Venezuelans transfer $337 million to banks in Russia

MOSCOW – Venezuelan companies and citizens have brilliantly outwitted U.S sanctions and have transferred $337 million (R $1.33 billion) to Russian credit institutions, according to data from the Central Bank of Russia. In the period between October and December 2018, deposits of Venezuelan clients in Russian banks increased 20%, from $826 million to $1.16 billion, […]

Russia’s Sovereign Gold Reserves hit All-Time High

MOSCOW – The reserves of monetary gold from the gold reserves of the Bank of Russia increased to $91.64 billion. This is a record figure for the newest history of Russia, the Central Bank of Russia reported on March 7th. In February 2019, gold reserves increased by 2.4%. Total reserves increased by 1.4% to $ 482.8 […]


With the Bitcoin at its lowest since August of 2017, we are definitively past the ‘gold fever’ surrounding the bubble. This bubble was driven in part by major financial institutions involving themselves in the purchase and trade of the famous cryptocurrency. It happened after professional bitcoin mining operations, either at ‘farms’ or through the use […]

Russian sanctions don’t stop Italian investments

June 27th, 2017 – Fort Russ News –– – – translated by Frederick Assar – Investment opportunities in Russia have increased since 2014 despite the sanctions imposed by the West, Banca Intesa Russia’s President Antonio Fallico told reporters. “The economy has adapted to sanctions”, said Fallico, “although not all business segments are subject to […]

National Bank of Ukraine will sanction sister banks

March 8th, 2017 – Fort Russ News –– RiaNovosti – Translated by James Harmon The National Bank of Ukraine is ready to enact sanctions against it’s sister bank, according to the official website of the NBU. It is noted that the reason for this decision was information appearing about a Russian bank servicing the citizens with passports […]