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Archive for the ‘Debt Based Currency’ Category

ZeroHedge: Why The UK Trail Of The MF Global Collapse May Have “Apocalyptic” Consequences For The Eurozone, Canadian Banks, Jefferies And Everyone Else

08 Dec

If you ever needed to understand what the ‘shadow banking’ system meant, this article should make it very clear. It should also make it clear the entire financial system of the world is now over leveraged to a degree that only one quarter of the liabilities in the system are backed by any collateral.  This […]

 

Paul Jay: The Super Committee and the Attack on Labor – On To Orwell’s Guide to the News

02 Dec

While the super committee fails to act and joins the President in playing out their clearly long term agenda of imposing the new two tier contract system of massive wage reductions across the country (it’s already happening, in case you missed it) then we had all berst be well prepared for the massive decline in […]

 

Ellen Brown: Straight Talk About EU Austerity, Destruction of Nations and the Ongoing Financial Pillaging of the People

01 Dec

In another succinct and direct piece, Ms. Brown lays out for all to see the hypocrisy of the financial system, the overlord international bankers and the destruction of the wealth of the people around the world. THE E.C.B. FIDDLES WHILE ROME BURNS Posted on November 29, 2011 by Ellen Brown “To some people, the European Central […]

 

Best Short History of the United States Ever

18 Nov

We came across this excellent short history of the United States over at zerohedge.com in the comments section.   Thu, 11/17/2011 – 23:31 | Here is a brief history of America: >>>>>>>>>> Originally, 20 year charters for corporations (had to be renewed) 1782 Bank of North America – Founder imprisoned for fraud and other abuses […]

 

Bankers Taking Over Top Political Spots in Greece and Italy – Coup Complete

14 Nov

Max Keiser interviewed on RT to discuss the greatest increase in larceny and theft since the financial crisis began. The Banker’s Coup: As Top Central Bankers Move In to The Top Political Positions in Europe: Greece’s new interim Cabinet was sworn in Friday, with former European Central Bank Vice President Lucas Papademos at its helm. […]

 

Double Header: Keiser Reports Interview Charles Hugh Smith – Ellen Brown

14 Oct

Two really excellent Keiser Reports for the weekend:   First, an excellent interview with Charles Hugh Smith – You can read his writing at his blog Of Two Minds ~~~~ And for the double header, here is Ellen Brown on Max Keiser – another excellent mind. You can read her blog at Web of Debt

 

Max and Stacy: Dollar Days Hit Global Central Banks & True Monetary Education and Reform with Bill Still – Should be Required Viewing for ALL People of the World. Take Back the Money Power

20 Sep

Social Unrest. Wild Dollar Printing- by European Central Banks, Japanese Banks, Swiss Banks – Whoo Hoo – For everyone but the Tax Payers. – Part One. Bill Still gives perhaps one of the BEST educational pieces we’ve ever seen on the current monetary system, what is wrong with it, and what we absolutely need to […]

 

Living in a Degraded Democracy: David Galland of Casey Research

08 Sep

In this intervew, Stefan Molyneux speaks with Casey Research Managing Director David Galland about the debt situation in the US and whether the federal government can do anything about it… assuming they’d even want to. -posted at zerohedge.com.

 

Understanding the State and Local Budget Crisis in the Age of Legalized, Criminogenic Financial Corruption

23 Aug

Welcome to the new world of legalized financial corruption. Coming to a State, city, county and/or town near you soon.  We have entered the age of financial criminogentic society. Criminogenic: Producing or tending to produce crime or criminality:   Michael Hudson gives a succinct, extremely detailed and clear account of what is really going on in […]

 

Ellen Brown: Washington State Joins Movement For Public Banking; States In Financial Crisis

28 Jan

WASHINGTON STATE JOINS MOVEMENT FOR PUBLIC BANKING from WEB OF DEBT BLOG by Ellen Brown Bills were introduced on January 18 in both the House and Senate of the Washington State Legislature that add Washington to the growing number of states now actively moving to create public banking facilities. The bills, House Bill 1320 and […]