James Hall | More than ever, debt is everywhere, but it just does not seem to matter. Why?
21WIRE + Zero Hedge | China sold second-largest amount ever of US Treasuries, and guess who came to America’s rescue?
21WIRE + Mail Online | The money pickpocketed from savings and wages through this cunning attack is used to pay off the nation’s debtors, including our own Government.
BIN | Here comes Venezuela and shows the banana republics of the developed world what lobbing a nuclear bomb into a currency war knife fight looks like.
By Brandon Smith Alt Market July 18, 2011 In mainstream financial circles, the concept of a global currency is often spoken of only with an atmosphere of caution. It is approached always in hypothetical terms. It is whispered of as some far off dream; a socio-economic moon landing in the far reaches of fiscal space. […]
The ECB is technically insolvent, but we won’t hear that on primetime By Andrew McKillop 21st Century Wire July 16, 2011 Once upon a time there was the Eurozone and its all-new hard money, the EURO… It got off to a good start with a monstrously high forced surrender cash-in rate for the national moneys […]
Andrew McKillop | The fear of anarchy and revolution in the post-liberal world – and a total loss for global finance players – is now moving up the teleprompter.
Reuters | China has been growing its share of U.S. securities quite aggressively, US fears they may begin to dump them.
Andrew McKillop | Gov’t leaders worldwide will try to talk down and thwart this gold panic – at the same time as their central banks drive the process.