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Republicans seek to defeat Clinton twice by calling for return of Glass-Steagall in convention platform

As Hillary Clinton is all but a given to be the Democratic nominee for President in the November election, the Republican party is moving to to try to beat her and Bill twice this year.  That is because according to a new report on what planks will make up the GOP's convention platform this year, repealing the Gramm-Leach-Bliley Financial Services Modernization Act of 1999, and returning Glass-Steagall, app ...

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Following Brexit, EU starting to eat their own remaining countries

For over a decade, the un-elected bureaucrats that run the European Union (EU) have slowly gained more and more political power over the nations that make up the continental coalition.  And in a sense it is no different than the way Washington D.C. has treated the 50 states who according to the original Constitution, were to have the primary power over the federal government versus the other way around. Fol ...

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Following Japan’s new plans for helicopter money, one Fed President calls for its use in monetary policy

Japan has been a 30+ year petri dish for central banks around the world to watch and learn from their monetary policies.  And despite the fact that in that time the island economy has gone through five recessions, people have lost nearly all their purchasing power, central banks own over 50% of all market assets, and in 2016 have seen their sovereign debt now issued in negative rates, both the Fed and the E ...

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European Union wants to now monitor all Bitcoin transactions when used within Eurozone

As the financial and banking systems begin to implode all across the Eurozone, a new proposal by the European Commission (EC) seeks to dissuade the use of Bitcoin as an alternative to devalued fiat currencies by attempting to monitor all customer transactions under the guise of 'terrorism and money laundering'. Bitcoin is crypto-currency which was created to allow de-centralized commerce between two parties ...

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European banking system ready to implode unless the ECB comes up with $150 billion or more in bailouts

Over the weekend, Europe's most toxic and insolvent bank (Deutsche Bank) came out with an announcement that if the European Central Bank (ECB) didn't come up with $150 billion or more in new funding to bailout the continent's banking system, then it could potentially face an 'accident' similar to 2008's 'Lehman moment'. And it is not the largest German bank that is the sole institution in need of recapitali ...

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Global bonds at negative yield reach $13 trillion as the Dutch join in with the rest of the EU

We may have to rename the global bond market to 'Fast and Furious -1.0' because that is exactly what is happening to the expanding amount of sovereign bonds in both Europe and Japan.  Last week, bonds with a negative yield were estimated to be about $11.5 trillion, and just one week later, that amount has grown by 11.5% to now be around $13 trillion. And the newest member to join the negative yield club are ...

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The big winner in the Brexit vote may be China and the RMB

Prior to the UK Brexit vote two weeks ago, the City of London had already begun issuing Yuan denominated bonds to help begin the internationalization of the Chinese currency.  And with Britain choosing to break away from the oligarchical government that was being run out of Brussels, a new allegiance with China and their monetary system could aid in lessening Britain's financial struggles, and make China th ...

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Don’t blame Brexit as global recession and financial crises were here long before UK vote

The powers that be have learned to never let a crisis go to waste.  And in the wake of last month's Brexit vote which they desperately didn't want to happen, mainstream financial analysts and central bankers are now shifting the UK vote into the perfect excuse to blame the oncoming global recession and financial collapse on that event and on the British people. But for any real economist who isn't a paid sh ...

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As Western central banks mull over new QE programs within the status quo, Russia and China discuss a new monetary system

Over the weekend, well known author and economic analyst Willem Middelkoop sent out an email regarding some insider information he received about a meeting between Russian and Chinese leaders where they discussed ending dollar hegemony, and cultivating the establishment of a new financial order.  This meeting, and its main thesis, is occurring at the same time that Western financial institutions in both Ita ...

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Crooked Hillary used office of Sec. of State to try to help bailout son-in-law’s bad market bets

There appear to be three primary reasons why Hillary Clinton wants desperately to become the next President of the United States, and none of these reasons has anything to do with leading the American people towards a better country.  First, and as she exhibited during her time in office as Obama's Secretary of State, it is to enrich herself and her husband Bill by using the Presidency to enlarge the Clinto ...

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Following The Money: How The Monetary System Is Rigged To Enslave Humanity (And The Solution)

No one is immune to debt, and the majority of us are in some form of financial debt (1, 2, 3). Studies show that not having enough money, and especially being in debt, causes serious physical and mental distress (1, 2, 3). This article investigates why banks put people into debt, and uncovers why a world without any debt is completely possible. The modern word ‚Äėbank‚Äô stems from the word ‚Äėbanca‚Äė used in Ital ...

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Japan jumps on the crypto-currency bandwagon as their largest bank tests digital money

Statistician and financial analyst Dr. Jim Willie has been saying for years that the future of sovereign currencies would be one where there are two separate forms of money... an international trade currency which is backed by gold, and a domestic currency that is both devalued and dedicated for internal use. The methodology on how this would take place is as yet to be determined, but on June 15 the largest ...

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