Tag: politics vs economics

A Comprehensive View On Europe’s Geopolitical Situation

| September 18, 2014 | Category: Economy
A Comprehensive View On Europe’s Geopolitical Situation

The future of Europe will be determined by the ongoing conflicts in the Middle East and in Ukraine, by the migration of millions of people and by the threat of force by European jihadists. Because of all these factors, there is a possibility that the conflict in Ukraine and the future migration process could destabilize Europe. In fact, I believe that the Caucasian race, which has dominated the world since the 17th century, could disappear in Europe. In twenty years, there could be a new Europe with a strong relationship with Africa and Asia. The tradition of Europe, which was built up by Emperor Charlemagne, will no longer exist.

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Elite’s NWO Losing Traction, Expect War, Precious Metals Still In Trading Range

| August 30, 2014 | Category: Investing
Elite’s NWO Losing Traction, Expect War, Precious Metals Still In Trading Range

Why to expect [more] war? That is all the Rothschild banking establishment knows, and truth be known, it has been extraordinarily effective. Will it be a conventional war? No one knows, but that seems less likely in this day and age. Regardless of what one thinks about the news or the underlying bullish fundamentals for both gold and silver, if all one did is look at what the charts are saying about those who are buying and selling precious metals, one would have the best and most accurate read for what is going on in real-time.

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Gold And Silver – Western World Is Upside Down

| June 21, 2014 | Category: Economy
Gold And Silver – Western World Is Upside Down

In a break from a thematic undertone to link to gold and silver, here are some ramblings that are more underpinnings to the core problems that have left people unfocused and dealing with symptoms, no matter how they may seemingly appear to be core issues.

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Paul Brodsky: The Real Idea Behind The Trillion Dollar Coin

Obviously, the Trillion Dollar Coin idea is a political ploy with a targeted mission: to rid the US Treasury of its debt ceiling, which is an increasingly frequent and embarrassing public reminder of government ineptitude. Everyone knows government-led de-levering is not a serious threat. However, the irony of the scheme and its MMT / liberal Keynesian promoters could not be more delicious. The scheme exposes the forty year-old charade, otherwise known as the global monetary system, better than any mind-exercise we have been able to come up with.

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