New World Next Year – 2014

Published on Dec 19, 2013 by corbettreport

Welcome to — the video series from Corbett Report and Media Monarchy that covers some of the most important developments in open source intelligence news. This week we look back at 2013 for the biggest stories of the year and look forward to 2014 with our picks for important trends for the new year:

Pilato’s 2013 Story: The End of Money
‘What is Bitcoin’ Among Top US Google Searches in 2013
Media Monarchy: Bitcoin Story Archive
Cyber Space War: Bitcoin Story Archive
Media Monarchy: Interview w/ David Wolman on ‘The End of Money’
Bitcoin Value Sinks After China’s Exchange Move
JP Morgan Patents Bitcoin-Like Payment System – Dec
Who Owns the World’s Biggest Bitcoin Wallet? The FBI
Federal Reserve – 100 Years of Failure
Gavin Andresen CIA Visit Presentation
CFR mentions Bitcoin as a possible replacement for the USD

Corbett’s 2013 Story: False Flag Consciousness
Google Trends – “False Flag”
Brzezinski: ‘Global Political Awakening’ Making Syrian War Difficult

Pilato’s 2014 Trend: Do It Ourselves
It’s Time For A Do-It-Ourselves Revolution
Honorable Mention: Absolute Majority of Americans Want GMO Food To Be Labeled

Corbett’s 2014 Trend: Popping the Fiscal Bubble
The Taper Morning After: A Full Summary Of What “They” Are Saying
Prime Minister to push G20 for global tax reform

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3 thoughts on “New World Next Year – 2014

  1. I think Corbett nailed it that in 2014 We the People will accelerate our own positive changes with refusal to comply with the criminal rulers while doing things our own way, that is, provided this nation doesn’t sink into civil war with the burst of the next bubble. We shall see.

    1. Enbe-

      It’s already started, nobody is signing up for Barry’s commie care. CNN has more viewers than has signed up for commie care so far. That’s about twelve people.

      1. LOL. Twelve! It’s that many? I only know of one personally.

        Now on to Henry’s math question, much harder. If it were a common core math question, I could just make it up.

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