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What Better Time Than Now for Public Banking

April 10th, 2013
By Stephen Lendman

Force-fed austerity is policy. Banks accounts no longer are safe. Nor are public pensions. Insiders get advance word and flee. While the Fed fiddles, Congress burns. Fiscal collapse will play out incrementally, like a Greek/Cypriot tragedy, in carefully choreographed crises ...

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Pay Attention Because This is The Real Deal

By now you are all familiar with Cyprus. Even if you don't understand global economics, the European Union, the concept of fractional banking, etc.... you have heard that because of too many bad bank debts, Cyprus has folded like a cheap camera. Our lives are completely bui...

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Central Banks Controlling the world since 1694

What does it mean to “control money” in a general sense? Wouldn't that be like 'controlling sand' or 'controlling the waves of the ocean'?  This is precisely where our generally accepted understanding of money breaks against the cold hard shores of reality. ...

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The Risk of Money Being Confiscated

March 27th, 2013
By Bob Rinear

Do you see now why I've been preaching that you should own physical gold and silver coins?  Cyprus was the empirical evidence that I needed to prove my point. See, if one day you woke up and turned on the news to find out that all 401K's and IRA's were on holiday for a we...

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What Will Happen in Durban

March 23rd, 2013
By James Corbett

Although the BRICS are a rapidly rising force on the world stage, they started off as inauspiciously as any international political organization can: as an idea in a white paper from Goldman Sachs. In June of last year, when the fall of the Euro was still acceptable dinner ...

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The Latest Hairbrained Scheme of Eurocrats

March 20th, 2013
By James Corbett

Cyprus about to sink, no vote yet on the Cyprus levy deal, failures have sparked protests against any deal, Europeans rushing back to gold, threats on senior bond holders, bank debt is getting more expensive to insure.

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A Pope Silent on Atrocities

March 16th, 2013
By James Corbett

We find out something about the new Pope and Operation Condor, in his home country of Argentina, China hands over power to a new leader, the worlds largest oil importer, economic breakthroughs, bad news in Afghanistan, suicide bombings and massive drug busts.

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Government The God That Has Failed

March 13th, 2013
By Alfred Adask

Is Obama telling the truth or crying wolf? Sequestering will reduce spending by 3%. Given the fragile state of our economy, I’d speculate that an early end to “sequestration” might also coincide with the official beginning of hyper-inflation....

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We all know it is going to end badly

March 9th, 2013
By Bob Rinear

Jim Cramer actually said something that has merit, why are the markets are still going up? A spiral worm hole for the economy, we wonder what our economy is anymore, a consumption society, if people dont spend, the economy falls apart, Wall Street has created the market the wa...

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Another Meltdown Over Debts Looms

Debt looms for students, industry is idle in the gulf, Drones in the sky, guns in the classroom, Panic in Detroit, stocks to crater, Obama buys tanks to go with bullets, Bloomberg sequestered, US Bonds warning,

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Gold is the Anti-Currency

March 2nd, 2013
By Bob Rinear

Five important properties of Money. I was talking about gold crashing, gold as the anti-currency, gold as the ultimate money, Do you really know what money is? The difference between money and currency, and why I am a buyer of metals.

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Foreclosures Farms And Feds

Borrowers still face foreclosure, Farmers making good coin for a change, Feds want your retirement funds, the drug habits in the markets, traders look for more money coming their way with more easy money with monetary policy, Heinz asset freeze.

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Metal IRA Questions

February 23rd, 2013
By Bob Rinear

A time to wonder where all the cash is hiding, now that some companies decide its safe to spend some of that cash, we have found our way back to 2007 highs, Could it be that the street is right and gold is finished? Is Silver really done? Then I look around, I see the fraud, ...

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The Silent Gold Rush

February 16th, 2013
By James Corbett

Three concepts that you have to get a handle on, how much each country's central bank has in reserve is what we want to know, G7 pronouncements dubious, Russian and Chinese demand for gold is noted, all good Ponzi schemes will eventually come to an end.

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Year of the Snake

February 13th, 2013
By Bob Rinear

The year of the Snake has every ability to be a real doozy. Time will tell if any of that comes to fruition. For my money, I'm still firmly in the camp that says gold and silver is the single best long term wealth protection you can own.

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Globalist Games and Nuclear Nightmares

February 9th, 2013
By James Corbett

North Korean nutjob to test another nuke, a cult of personality taken to a whole new level, Japan pushes to remilitarize, nuclear company ABB supplied North Korea with the reactors, Pakistan was in the mix, and nuclear weapons have always been a pawn in geopolitics, and a vast...

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A Time of Uncertainty is a Call for Strategies

February 2nd, 2013
By James Corbett

Davos is upon us, a chance to look at the superclass, Will the eurozone continue after the Greek disaster, the worlds oldest bank in a fresh scandal, battles in Syria, North Korea isnt done yet, French farther into Mali,

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Global jobless to hit record 200 million this year

January 26th, 2013
By Tom Miles

ILO warns on job losses, UN also warns, people giving up looking for work, How to cut megabanks down to size, big bailouts arent over just yet, even FED says so.

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Development or Exploitation Ahead for Africa

January 19th, 2013
By James Corbett

To say the French intervention in Mali is hypocritical is the second biggest understatement of the 21st century. The official line is that France is raining holy terror down on Mali now to smoke out the Islamic extremists who are threatening (according to the Fren...

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Looking in Fort Knox for its Gold

January 12th, 2013
By Alfred Adask

Only a fraction of gold in Fort Knox was ever allowed to be seen, No audit of Fort Knox in over 60 years,   If you believe government routinely lies, why would you believe government's claim to have retained 8,200 tons of gold for the past 30 years—especially when...

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Trends and Predictions for 2013

January 5th, 2013
By James Corbett

James Corbett reports on our upcoming year in the global economy for 2013, he says strap in, its going to be one hell of a ride, markets that arent in step with reality will rally this year, taxes up, Eurozone in a basket, R2P FTW, war in Syria, and much more.

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