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Neo Nazi Social Credit Strikes in New Zealand
May 23, 2013
Because we cover memes, we long ago figured this one out, though admittedly it took some time. But after a while it came clear to us that the globalists were seemingly set on implementing a neo-National Socialist platform around the world if it meant they would ...
Another Day, Another Attack on Gold
May 23, 2013
Here once more we see the mainstream media taking aim at money metals. The idea is to discredit gold as an investment. We don't understand this antipathy. (All right, perhaps we do; but we certainly don't agree with it.) It seems to us that gold ought to be see ...
Why the Stock Market Is Going Higher, According to Goldman
May 23, 2013
Goldman Sachs has released a research report with four reasons why stocks are poised to go higher, as related in this short article posted over at The Reformed Broker. The reasons reduce to some simple observations. First, the economy is getting better, meaning ...
Billion-Trillion Derivatives Market! … Reform or a Blowup?
May 22, 2013
Derivatives reform? We hardly think so ... First of all, nobody knows how big the derivatives market is and no one knows how many dollars are at risk. Those involved in making the regulations are also the largest players in the market. Whatever "reform" is bein ...
More Monetary Stimulation on the Way
May 22, 2013
Money printing works in ways that central bankers need it to work. More money is inflationary in a mathematical sense. That doesn't mean it can be quantified, but we can watch it at work. The most obvious place we can see it at work is in the stock market. Beca ...
Fedgov Is NOT Too Big
May 22, 2013
According to this editorial at USA Today, good intentions can triumph over power. We are supposed to ignore the insight that "Power corrupts and absolute power corrupts absolutely," and embrace the idea that even the biggest government can be brought to heel by ...
Easing Policies in Chaos After BIS, IMF Attack?
May 21, 2013
Is this more evidence that monetary policy is merely made up as it goes along? Now we have the spectacle of three of the largest central banks in the world expanding money printing while two of the largest monetary-policy institutions attack those same programs ...
Strange Times Indeed: Soros Buys the Miners?
May 21, 2013
We learn in this short article that billionaire investor George Soros is betting on mining stocks. "Very bullish," for gold, the article tells us. Here's more: The Soros Investment Fund's 13F filing does indeed show the sale of 12 per cent of his total investme ...
Stranger and Stranger: The Chinese-Argentine Swap Gambit
May 21, 2013
We have a lot of trouble taking this at face value but first we should provide the background. Argentina's President Cristina Fernandez is in discussions with Chinese Vice-president Li to accept Argentine pesos within the context of yuan-peso swap. Here's more: ...
Can Europe Go Back?
May 21, 2013
Another economist who was an early commentator on the euro-treaty has abandoned the idea of a currency union. The article is written by Wolfgang Kasper, and here is a short bio: Wolfgang Kasper is emeritus Professor of Economics, University of New South Wales, ...
Keynes, Hobson and Marx … A Trilogy of Misinformation
May 20, 2013
This article gives us a concise insight into the theories of three great minds regarding the much discussed and maligned business cycle. Of course, these minds are "great" in a historical context. We don't consider any of them great within the context of free-m ...
Washington's Scandals: The Internet Works Both Ways
May 20, 2013
On Saturday, we published an editorial with a title very similar to the one in this current Reuters editorial: "Scandal: And They Shall Eat Their Own ..." The difference between the Daily Bell editorial and the Reuters editorial is instructive. In our editorial ...
China's Blogging Culture Bringing Changes?
May 20, 2013
This article tells of changes in China based in part on Internet exposure. It has become ubiquitous in the alternative media community to explain that the Internet is merely buttressing authoritarianism and making governments more efficient when it comes to rep ...
An Unpredictable Recovery
May 20, 2013
Since it has been speculated that Britain is headed back into a recession, this article raises questions for us. At the same time, it is quite predictable. Let's look at why. First of all, we don't think that Britain is anywhere near a "recovery," nor are we ce ...
The Failure of Retirement
May 17, 2013
In the dominant social theme, above, we've tried to illustrate the animosity that often accompanies the analysis of the "generations" in the US and abroad. Generations are fairly amorphous things, but because the schematic is repeated over and over again in the ...
Immigration: Apparent Effort to Fashion North American Union Continues
May 17, 2013
In the US legislative system, elected officials decide who comes and goes throughout the country. It didn't used to be this way, though. The passport and visa system is only a post-War one. It seems strange but travel was a lot freer a century ago. If you wante ...
The Gold Trend Remains Down
May 17, 2013
The repression of the gold price has turned into a timely dominant social theme, in our view. The lines are clearly drawn and insiders are signaling that the trend is down. They are talking it down, pushing it down and forecasting further down markets. Nothing ...
Africa, the Next China?
May 17, 2013
In the pantheon of absurd Economist articles, this has to rank as one of the most ridiculous. There is a reason why Africa is poor but it has little to do with this outrageous and misguided analysis. This article just appearing in The Economist is one of a seri ...
Shock: CFR Floats Neo-Bretton Woods to Create a New Monetary System
May 16, 2013
The drums pound and a new global monetary pact moves closer. This is how it works way up in the rarified air of Big Money where top globalists dwell. This article is bylined by Benn Steil of the Council on Foreign Relations, a prime globalist facility. The grou ...
Sure We'll Unwind, Don't Worry …
May 16, 2013
Even top execs at JP Morgan dread the "unwinding" that Ben Bernanke has always said the Federal Reserve is capable of. We don't believe it. Just as Fed bankers don't know how much money is too much, so they don't know how much is too little. Central bank moneta ...
Don't Dial Back; Print Harder
May 16, 2013
Every now and then the mindset of Alexander the Great reemerges and people offer the simplest solution to the most complex of problems. This is one such case. Alexander the Great confronted with the Gordian knot didn't try to unravel it. He simply sliced it in ...
Al Franken Wants Credit-Rating Reform … Why?
May 16, 2013
When global markets collapsed in 2008, it must have been quite a shock to the financial world's rating agencies, as many prestigious institutions teetering suddenly on the edge of bankruptcy had top ratings from the industry's various ratings agencies. This is ...
Huffington Post: The IRS Was Right
May 16, 2013
This is something of a novel concept. The IRS was correct to scrutinize Tea Party and conservative nonprofit applications more closely because these entities were anti-tax. According to this article, the basis of the IRS scandal is that officials lied about the ...
Dr. Gary North: Why the Internet Reformation Must Win
May 15, 2013
A leading hard-money economist of the modern era has just written an eloquent analysis about why what we call the Internet Reformation must inevitably have its day. We've never had any doubt that the Internet would mimic the Gutenberg press in tearing down the ...
Reuters Confusion Between Mises and Hayek: A Flawed Analysis
May 15, 2013
In this editorial posted at Reuters we can see clearly how statists utilize the great mind of Austrian F.A. Hayek to buttress the modern Leviathan. Leaving aside the melancholy aspect of using free-market ideas to buttress what in some aspects is a kind of tyra ...
Serious UK Difficulties Ahead as Cameron Struggles with EU Withdrawal
May 15, 2013
David Cameron, Prime Minister of England, is panicked about the emergence of the libertarian UKIP in Britain and the votes it is removing from the Tories. The conservative Tory party is indeed a "shambles" and in large part due to its position on the EU. In fac ...
US One Billion in Gold Has Just Been Shipped to South Africa
May 15, 2013
So gold is being shipped around the world – kinda' desperately, it would seem. We don't know for sure whether this report is true but for purposes of analysis we will take it at face value. The reason we do so is because it is obvious there are funny things g ...
BoE's King Leaving, Upgrades Britain's Outlook
May 15, 2013
The Bank of England's Mervyn King is leaving but he wants everyone to know that England has turned the proverbial corner on his watch. The nation has slipped into a third recession apparently, but Mr. King is upbeat about the country's prospects. Monopoly ...
Will Fracking Sink the Dollar and Bring on Global Currency?
May 14, 2013
We're puzzling about why fracking has been applied now by the industry when the basics of fracking have been fairly well understood since the 1940s. We have an idea, and it is borne out of our analysis of dominant social themes ... and a tip of the hat to feedb ...
Fracking, Just in Time to Help the US Economy?
May 14, 2013
In today's lead article we discuss the idea of whether fracking is undermining the petrodollar and aiding the birth of long-awaited global money. But there are other possibilities, as well. Those running central banks around the world are evidently and obviousl ...
G7 Sets Policy for Global Tax Regime
May 14, 2013
It will not be much noted by the mainstream press that this week's meeting of the G7 has attempted to harmonize tax collection worldwide. As we follow dominant social themes, we were suspicious of Cyprus's planned implosion a few weeks ago and believed that it ...
Correct, Mayor Johnson, the Real Problem is Not the EU
May 14, 2013
London Mayor Boris Johnson claims he wants a referendum on whether Britain is to stay in the European Union, but his rhetoric is lukewarm. This has been a problem all along for Mr. Johnson and has aroused suspicions in Britain among conservatives over where he ...
Litigation: The Alternative to the Mainstream Media That Must Be Considered
May 14, 2013
We continue to chart the downturn of the mainstream news media. In this case, it is the upfront ad fees that are slumping for television companies. But in the past, we have seen along with everyone else on the Internet that mainstream media of all kinds is slum ...
Gold US$1,100?
May 13, 2013
Is gold headed down in the long term? Possibly so. That doesn't mean it's a bad investment however. Perhaps if you want to make a quick profit it is a bad investment. And if you expect a near-term rebound, you might be disappointed. But long term the reasons fo ...
Universal Basic Income Promotion Hits the Washington Post
May 13, 2013
We long ago identified the anti-usury/pro-central banking movement as part of a larger globalist messaging. Now it's hitting the big time – see above excerpt ... For lack of a better descriptive phrase, we have called it the "paper money hoax," and unsurprisi ...
Spain's Problem is Europe's, Too
May 13, 2013
This analysis over at the UK Telegraph is probably accurate as far as it goes. Spain is technically broke and, more importantly, it seems something of a broken society. The monetary inflation that created a building boom on Spain's southern flank is long past, ...
The Problem of Gold
May 10, 2013
Here is an interesting little article that sums up the idea of gold as an untrustworthy investment. Bear in mind that gold and silver have been looked on as money metals for thousands of years ... but this article doesn't look at it that way. Objections to gold ...
US Warns Japan About Currency Debasement
May 10, 2013
So the US is worried about Japanese debasement? This is a little bit like the proverbial pot calling the kettle black. The US has been printing money heavily some five years ago. Of course, the Federal Reserve was printing money even before then in unprecedente ...
How High is High?
May 10, 2013
Are those who are uninvested missing out? From our point of view, as indicated elsewhere in this edition, there is a kind of war being waged between the global system of fiat money buttressed by stock markets and those who are free-market oriented and believe t ...
Shock: Economist Mag Predicts North American Common Market?
May 09, 2013
In an article entitled, "Barack Obama's Visit to Mexico: The Unmentionables," The Economist magazine makes an astounding claim – via a third-party to be sure – that addressing migration and energy reform could really improve prosperity in Mexico and thus he ...
How the Drug Trade Becomes Legalized … Quietly
May 09, 2013
Something important is stirring in the United States that could have a big impact around the world. Drugs are being legalized. Or at least marijuana. The banning of marijuana was always a somewhat dubious enterprise even though people in the US and abroad have ...
Future of Digital Rights
May 09, 2013
Kim Dotcom has turned from a potential felon into a symbol of intellectual freedom. This will likely complicate US extradition efforts ... as the case is gradually turning into a controversy over intellectual ownership, which is not ground on which the US gover ...
Implosion: Patent Law Remains Troubled in the US
May 09, 2013
A scholar with the Cato Institute, a libertarian think tank, has written about India's noted Gleevec case that has spawned such headlines as "Gleevec as an attack on intellectual property rights and a win for patients in need of cheap drugs ..." The article pos ...
Salvage Europe With Visionary Leadership?
May 08, 2013
This article is written by Wall Street Journal veteran Frederick Kempe and in it he seems to be sounding a slightly new subdominant social theme ... that Europe has failed because its leadership is failing. There are two main paradigms at work here. One is fre ...
Barroso Blabs Back
May 08, 2013
Hardly anyone exhibits what we have called Europe's "immovable rigor" more than Jose Manuel Barroso. Barroso, a socialist and communist in his youth, is one of Brussels's top Eurocrats and one of its most arrogant. His statement is an example of the immoveable ...
What Buffett Has Forgotten, But We Should Remember
May 08, 2013
This article makes sure to remind us that Warren Buffett is the world's fourth richest man. But wealth does not necessarily create wisdom. We remember when Buffett was technically broke ... certainly right after the financial crisis that began in 2008. Then wit ...
Has Rome Saved Italy?
May 07, 2013
So we see again that Reuters celebrates the political at the expense of the marketplace. If Italy is on the brink, it is because of a series of political decisions that have stripped the country and citizens of their solvency. But, of course, Italy has been und ...
Misleading Headline of Predictable Stock Market Meme
May 07, 2013
The reason the stock market is going up is because central banks have launched an unprecedented money-printing binge. But you wouldn't know that reading this Reuters headline. The headline is weirdly disassociated from the text of the article itself. The headli ...
Wall Street Guru Comes Out in Favor of Public Central Banks?
May 07, 2013
Free-Market Analysis: We've often pointed out that a national socialist (Nazi) meme is gaining strength in the West. It is promoted by often charming individuals like Ellen Brown (Web of Debt) and many, many others who are far less charming and often truculent ...
Eurocrats Contemplate Social Credit as Meme Expands
May 07, 2013
Well, it didn't take long for this meme to make considerable headway. We've been tracking it for years, since noticing the popularity of Web of Debt. Since then we've watched its expansion via a variety of what we believe to be pre-packaged websites. And now it ...
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