HSBC Will Slash Thousands Of Jobs As Economy Worsens

HSBC Will Slash Thousands Of Jobs As Economy Worsens By Mac Slavo Up to 2% of HSBC bank’s 237,685 employees could lose their jobs, a bank executive said Monday, as the bank flagged a worsening outlook for the global economy in its second-quarter results. The economy’s woes are beginning to manifest in real job losses, and it’s not likely to end here. The retail apocalypse and subsequent job losses have somehow managed to escape scrutiny as people put on blinders to what’s really going on in the economy. As we’ve…

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Mass Surveillance: 1 in 2 Americans Are Already In A Government Facial Recognition Database

Mass Surveillance: 1 in 2 Americans Are Already In A Government Facial Recognition Database By Mac Slavo The mass surveillance of innocent Americans continues as George Orwell’s 1984 becomes more of a reality with each passing day. “All told, we are barreling toward a future where every ritual of public life carries implicit consent to be surveilled,” writes Sidney Fussell for The Atlantic. A new report from Georgetown Law‘s Center on Privacy & Technology (CPT) suggests that Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) may be using the rampant problem of illegal immigration as a type…

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Satellites Have Already Started Watching Your Every Movement

Satellites Have Already Started Watching Your Every Movement By Mac Slavo There are “real-time” spies in the skies.  Satellites have already begun watching your every move as mass surveillance becomes a horror story reality, especially for liberty-loving humans. While commercial satellite imagery is powerful enough, for instance, to see a car, it’s not detailed enough to identify the make and model, according to a report from the MIT Technology Review. But privacy and freedom advocates say that doesn’t matter in the least.  The problem, is we’re already being watched by…

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The CIA Wants To Make It Easier To JAIL JOURNALISTS, & Congress Isn’t Stopping It

The CIA Wants To Make It Easier To JAIL JOURNALISTS, & Congress Isn’t Stopping It By Mac Slavo Free speech has been on the chopping block for a long time.  Journalists are already silenced and have to ask the government for permission before running stories while alternative media is censored and blocked by Google’s search algorithms.  But now it’s getting worse, and Congress isn’t stopping it. The CIA (Central Intelligence Agency) wants to make it a whole lot easier to throw journalists in jail if they say or write the…

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Railroad CEO: This Economy Is The “Most Puzzling” In My 40-Year Career

Railroad CEO: This Economy Is The “Most Puzzling” In My 40-Year Career By Mac Slavo Railroad CEO James Foote says that the behavior of this economy is the “most puzzling” he’s seen in his 40-year career in the railroad industry. “The present economic backdrop is one of the most puzzling I have experienced in my career,” Foote told Wall Street analysts on a conference call Tuesday evening. “Both global and U.S. economic conditions had been unusual this year, to say the least, and have impacted our volumes. You see it…

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Soros-Backed Group Demands Financial Blacklisting Of Conservatives

Soros-Backed Group Demands Financial Blacklisting Of Conservatives By Mac Slavo As if censorship isn’t enough, leftists have decided to ramp up their demands that those who have a different political view be financially blacklisted. A coalition of far-left political activist organizations known for peddling smears about conservatives held a protest at Mastercard’s annual general meeting (AGM) today, demanding that the international credit card giant financially blacklist wider sections of the political right. Fortunately, Mastercard didn’t cave to the tyrannical demands of the George Soros-backed groups. According to Breitbart, at Mastercard’s…

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U.S. Consumer Debt Surpasses Financial Crisis Levels

U.S. Consumer Debt Surpasses Financial Crisis Levels By Mac Slavo Debt levels reached record levels during the Great Recession which struck the United States about a decade ago. Now, U.S. consumer debt has surpassed those levels with a record number of Americans living on the edge of disaster. According to Market Watch, Ben Mohr, a senior research analyst of fixed income at investment consultant Marquette Associates, calculated that total U.S. consumer debt hit $14 trillion in the first quarter of 2019, surpassing the roughly $13 trillion of leverage accumulated in…

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25% Of Americans Are “Worse Off” Than They Were Before The Great Recession

25% Of Americans Are “Worse Off” Than They Were Before The Great Recession By Mac Slavo For many, the economic recovery being touted by the mainstream media has not yet affected them. About 25% of Americans say that a decade after the housing bust that caused the Great Recession, they are doing worse. Almost half of Americans are not doing any better at all too. If you believe the mainstream media, the economy is robust and the unemployment rate is at a 49-year-low. But not all Americans have recovered from the Great Recession. …

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6 Vital Things To Do BEFORE An Economic Collapse

6 Vital Things To Do BEFORE An Economic Collapse By Mac Slavo With signs all over that this “booming economy” may not be as robust as is reported, it may be time to consider the possibility of all-out economic crash. BEFORE and economic collapse occurs, there are six things that you should do to prepare yourself and your family, giving you the best chance when it all breaks down. 1 – Stockpile Necessities: this one should be a “no brainer” for seasoned preppers. Necessities include, but are not limited to,…

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Auto Loans Hit A New Record: Monthly Payments At All-Time High

Auto Loans Hit A New Record: Monthly Payments At All-Time High By Mac Slavo Auto loans have hit a new record, and it’s not a good sign in an economy that’s so volatile.  Consumers’ monthly auto payments have hit a new all-time high too. People buying new vehicles continue to push the envelope, borrowing more and, on average, paying more each month for their auto loan. Credit-ratings firm Experian says the average amount borrowed to buy a new vehicle hit a record $32,187 in the first quarter, according to a…

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