You Are Here: Home » News » Banking Cartel (Page 5)

As Brexit vote draws near, London moving closer to China and to gold

The British people and the politicians who realize that their future no longer lies in the continental takeover that is the European Union also are beginning to see that their future may not lie in dollar hegemony, or a U.S. controlled monetary system.  This is because more and more they are coming to grips that the next arbiter of global monetary policy will probably come from China, and not the dying West ...

Read more

Average Americans still haven’t returned to the stock market after 2008 collapse

When the stock market crashed in 1929, it took until the 1950's for the Dow Jones to return to its former all-time high of 24 years earlier.  And it also took until the post-war and post-Depression decade before the average American felt secure enough in the equity markets to begin investing on Wall Street. Over the past 60 years, both the Federal government, and the brokerage houses made it easier for ever ...

Read more

As cyber-thieves used SWIFT to steal $80 million from the Fed, how safe are your accounts from hackers?

The American people have been subconsciously programmed to trust both their government, and their banking systems as institutions dedicated to protecting their money and livelihoods.  However, just as we are seeing today in the race for the Presidency, and in a cyber-hack of the Federal Reserve by foreigners, security only exists to protect the establishment, and actions are only taken when their power is t ...

Read more

Gold, Bitcoin… investors looking for everything but the dollar

Over the past 5 years, the dollar has been the primary safe haven for investors who attempted to walk through the minefields of currency wars, and quantitative easing.  And during this time the reserve currency hovered between 95 and 100 on the index, while purchases of U.S. Treasuries remained at very high levels. But since the beginning of the year a sea change has taken place, and the dollar has felt the ...

Read more

Hong Kong gold exchange expanding into Chinese free trade zones

With the establishment of a new gold price mechanism at the Shanghai Gold Exchange earlier this week, the wheels are now being set in motion for expanding the use of gold and gold services throughout every part of China's dominion.  And on April 24, the Hong Kong gold exchange teamed up with the world's second largest bank, the Industrial and Commercial Bank of China (ICBC), to launch physical gold exchange ...

Read more

Former IRS Agent Admits: “Personal Income Tax Is Actually Illegal”

by Mac Slavo It is tax day again. Chances are, you’re done with the dirty business this year, or laying low in hopes that you aren’t audited or flat-out persecuted. If not, the clock is quickly ticking. But it is worth pointing out once again the many ways in which the federal tax scheme in the United States is illegal. Moreover, the spending by the Federal government and the role of the Federal Reserve in ...

Read more

Treasury Department sends founding father to the ‘back of the bus’ on new money

Political correctness has gone full circle in America's monetary system as on April 20, the Treasury Department announced that Andrew Jackson will either be removed from, or moved to the back of, the $20 bill.  And in his place will be Harriet Tubman, a black woman who was involved deeply in the abolitionist movement. Additionally, the Treasury Department has said it is expected to replace other founding fa ...

Read more

Gold and silver prices spot prices soar after China officially begins new gold pricing at SGE

The day that many precious metal owners has been waiting for has arrived, and so far it has not disappointed.  On April 19 the Shanghai Gold Exchange officially began their new Yuan denominated price discovery, opening the door for the battle over control of gold and silver prices in the physical markets. In reaction to this, the Comex spot prices for gold and silver rocketed upwards, with the yellow metal ...

Read more

Price inflation for dining out may make $15 minimum wage laws moot

30 years ago, dining out for the average American family was a once a week experience, with working parents adding to this total with an occasional lunch break at a restaurant.  However, the past three decades have seen this paradigm completely turn around, and in 2015, people spent more money eating out than they did in buying groceries since the convenience of cost was worth the experience. Yet this trend ...

Read more

Consumer trust and hope in the economy falling

Late last week, the Atlanta Fed lowered their Q1 GDP expectations down for the third time in a week to .1%, yet the mainstream continues to dismiss any possibility that the economy is either moving into recession, or that it is already in one.  And at the core of their propaganda is the belief that the consumer is alive and well, and spending money assumed to have been garnered from lower oil prices. But tw ...

Read more

FDIC study determines most large American banks not ready for next financial crisis

On April 13, the FDIC issued a new report from a study they made regarding the ability of major U.S. banks to deal with a systematic financial collapse.  And in their findings, the FDIC is reporting that 5 of the 8 'too big to fail' banks do not have feasible plans in place to stave off a crisis, and in fact are geared towards the expectation that the government and taxpayers will bail them out once again. ...

Read more

Panama Papers appear more and more as an attack to take down global leaders opposed to banker control

Earlier this week, the first major consequence from the leaked Panama Papers occurred when they revealed that Iceland's Prime Minister was a client who had used the Mossack Fonseca law firm to create an offshore account which hid his assets from sovereign regulation.  And as a result, protests from the Icelandic people forced the PM to resign from office. The significance of this leak is that what Sigmundur ...

Read more

© 2012 Secrets of the Fed