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Fashion of Public Solutions Is Doomed
March 28, 2013
Over and over again we find waste and mismanagement in government programs. And the worst offender of all – at least in the West – is the US federal government. Probably the European Union would exceed the US government but the amount of money available to ...
Climate Change as Financial Policy: A Costly Fashion?
March 28, 2013
While there is considerable controversy over climate change – global warming – that hasn't stopped New York state from incorporating it into financial policy. Like many globalist dominant social themes, this one is gradually graduating from hypothesis to la ...
What Central Banks Need More Of …
March 28, 2013
One of the biggest dominant social themes currently is increased central banking accountability – or even a wholesale reorganization that brings central banks entirely under public sector purview. In this issue of the Daily Bell as in others we continue to tr ...
Robotics Reporters: A Meme Compounded by a Theme
March 28, 2013
Here at the Daily Bell we've been carrying on a conversation with feedbackers over the advances of industrial robots – and subsequent investment and employment ramifications. Now comes this article on robotics taking over reporting. Will reporters be put out ...
CFR Tells US Good News About Commodity Prices
March 27, 2013
The Council on Foreign Relations deservedly or not has a reputation in "conspiracy circles" for being an elite facility that has considerable influence on US policies. But leaving that aside, the CFR often provides support for free-market arguments. Such is the ...
What Happens After the Housing Bubble Reflates?
March 27, 2013
This Forbes analysis is actually a fairly sophisticated analysis on how realtors decide whether houses are a good buy or not. The article concludes that houses may be cheap to buy given current conditions. And this, apparently, may begin to drive a housing bubb ...
Rise of the Job Scarcity Meme
March 27, 2013
We've written about this before – the idea that robots are going to deprive people of jobs - and pointed out that it is basically another economically illiterate dominant social theme. The larger mainstream media sells news based on these kinds of scare tacti ...
The Centralization of Intellectual Control Proceeds Apace
March 27, 2013
We stopped the excerpt above at number three because it is perhaps the most important observation. One of the reasons for the global warming controversy was because several years ago it came out that a single scientific journal was basically controlling the deb ...
BRICS Plan for New IMF: Trojan Horse for Western Agenda?
March 26, 2013
Now comes word that the BRIC nations are going to form their own reserve currency via an IMF style facility. This is being interpreted universally as an attack on Western interests. After all, David Rockefeller, John Maynard Keynes and a few other august indivi ...
Halting Gold Delivery, Clearing the Path for Rash Action?
March 26, 2013
Above and also at ZeroHedge it's been reported that Amro Bank is not delivering gold to customers but retaining it on clients' behalf. This disturbing news comes after reports that German demands for gold from the Federal Reserve and France will take years to f ...
Yes, Cyprus Was Aimed at Sinking Tax Havens
March 26, 2013
We've written numerous articles on Cyprus now explaining that its takedown was a deliberate if misguided attempt to further consolidate EU power. Emerging information regarding an intent to crush Russian money power makes a lot of sense. The Guardian's analysis ...
Blame Germany for the European Mess?
March 26, 2013
Blame the Germans! Money Power ever uses the Germans as a whipping boy in the modern era and we can see that Der Spiegel cooperates in this excerpt above. In fact, the entire European Union and the euro experiment is increasingly blamed on the Germans. The idea ...
Mexico Rises … Immigration Debate Subsides?
March 26, 2013
So Mexico is coming up in the world. Meanwhile, the US is headed in the other direction. This article makes the point that this trend is going to erase the argument over immigration now taking place in the US. Is it really feasible that Mexico is going to overt ...
Africa Emerges Alongside New China Meme
March 26, 2013
We promised viewers to keep them informed about the emergence of Africa as a dominant social theme and this article (excerpted above) is one more piece of evidence that we are on the right track. The rationale for the African meme has to do with the construct c ...
New Commission or Dead Fed?
March 25, 2013
Nope ... we truly believe that the world's monetary infrastructure is going to be subject to wrenching change over the next few years. Central banks have printed and lent trillions to countries, including Western countries, that cannot pay the interest on these ...
Rare Earth Is Not so Rare … Redux
March 25, 2013
Gee, rare earth metals have been found in the sea. This is really a breakthrough, according to the UK Telegraph (above). We're supposed to be shocked by this occurrence. Or perhaps we are supposed to rejoice. Who knows? Well ... actually, we did predict this ki ...
Unwise Deepening of an Unnecessary Crisis
March 25, 2013
Cyprus seems to us to join a number of other recent events as a miscalculation of the elites running the EU and even the Western World. This article in the UK Telegraph makes the same kind of point, though its analysis is restricted to Cyprus. The idea is that ...
And It's Not Over Yet
March 25, 2013
Things are looking much better now, aren't they? A deal has been struck and Cyprus will stick with the euro, pay its creditors and Russian mobsters that have parked money in Cyprus will be discomfited. Oil and natural gas that has been found in the waters of Cy ...
Financial Education – First of All
March 25, 2013
So the brokerage industry is reaping what is has sown. But really, the brokerage industry, in the US especially, is made up of individuals young and old who are just trying to make a living and are subject to vast and powerful forces beyond their control. It is ...
Corporate's Turn: As Yields Drop, Investors Plunge Down the Rabbit Hole of Systemic Risk
March 22, 2013
Actually, it is going to end very badly. The Federal Reserve is the most powerful bank in the world and it has proven it once again by powering up the financial markets to all time highs. As this article points out, stocks are for show and bonds are for dough ...
Ben Bernanke Has Had Enough
March 22, 2013
Ben Bernanke is making the noises of escape. As we pointed out in another article in this issue, stock and bond markets are up tremendously as a result of central banking stimulation, not just in the US but around the world. But in the US performance is remarka ...
Perhaps We Are All Cyprus Now
March 22, 2013
This article makes the point that while the breast-beating continues over the Cyprus "haircut," the reality is that investors are getting fleeced throughout the world and especially in the United States. We return once more in this issue to the reality of what ...
US Infrastructure's Disastrous Solution
March 22, 2013
It is a US scandal that the country's infrastructure is not just degrading but seriously degraded. While this is not a regular topic for mainstream reporting, every now and then it rises to the surface. Of course the real issue is seldom dealt with, which is ho ...
Is Qatar Going to Bail Out Britain?
March 22, 2013
Is Qatar really going to bail out Britain? Is the West really setting? Are the West's values now prevailing around the world even as its prosperity diminishes? These are the issues that this Japan Times article grapples with. Some of these topics are original w ...
Stratfor Promotes EU Fascism Meme?
March 21, 2013
We generally distrust Stratfor analyses because over the years it's become fairly obvious that they have an agenda beyond their stated goal – or so we have decided, anyway. But this particular publicly available analysis is a pretty good one ... though with a ...
Globalization: Random or Directed?
March 21, 2013
This article in The Atlantic explains that globalism is an irreversible process because of a certain kind of entropy. The kind of entropy in question is called "information entropy." The Atlantic article explains that it is "an abstract measure of diffusion. It ...
Was the Cyprus Crisis a Mistake?
March 21, 2013
Did the Eurocrats miscalculate? This is the message now being sent by a number of respectable mainstream columnists as well as alternative journos. There is perhaps some truth to it. Ambrose Evans-Pritchard – who wrote the above excerpted article – points o ...
Central Banking Fail: The Message Sent May Not Be the One Received
March 20, 2013
Here is an article that focuses on the reality of central banking power. As we have often pointed out, central banks and those who run them – and it is apparently only a handful who DO run them – have strenuously positioned Money Power as a technocratic fac ...
Real Reason for the Cyprus Debacle?
March 20, 2013
This article, an opinion piece, actually, deals with the question of why the European Union and its central bank did what it did regarding Cyprus. It doesn't really come up with an answer, though, in fact, in various analyses we've tried to provide the only log ...
An Evil Story?
March 20, 2013
Is this an ... "evil" story? First, let us describe it. The article focuses on food stamps and people's struggles to survive using government aid. It's well written and sympathetic to the poor people (poor in many ways) who use food stamps and don't find them s ...
Next Weeks May Confirm Our Suspicions About Grillo and Italy's Manipulation
March 20, 2013
Let us see if Italy can form a government or if Beppe Grillo's stubbornness will scupper any such arrangement. If we are correct in our analysis about Grillo, he is actually a kind of political saboteur that has been put in place by powerful Eurocrats to create ...
We Were Right About UK Phone Hacking Scandal After All
March 20, 2013
Not so long ago we wrote that certain big scandals were being manufactured to provide a justification for further regulation. And we were right. Now comes a "crackdown" – out of nowhere – on not just UK mainstream publications but the real target, which is ...
Weeklies Bite the Dust
March 20, 2013
We are not sorry that alternative media (mostly from the US) is withering away. Alternative media in the US was partly an invention of the countercultural movement of the 1960s in the US and abroad and as such the media was innately leftist. People purchased le ...
Was the EU Right About Cyprus?
March 19, 2013
Here's a novel approach to the Cyprus situation courtesy of those contrarian thinkers at Reuters. This editorialist's work has appeared regularly at The Wall Street Journal and Time magazine, and he has decided that the European Union was right about demanding ...
Now New Zealand Plans Cyprus-Style Bank Confiscations
March 19, 2013
First Cyprus and now New Zealand. Is it coincidence or something more? Globalists that are trying to create an international monetary solution often implement programs in various countries at once. The question arises as to whether Money Power itself – the ba ...
Euro Leaders … Be Careful What You Wish For
March 19, 2013
Free-Market Analysis: An article of ours – "Do EU Wonks Really Have Endless Time to Get It Right?" – ran yesterday when, unknown to us, this article (excerpted above) posted as well. It makes the same point, generally, that we were making, and though we are ...
The Debt Crisis Is a Dollar Reserve Crisis
March 18, 2013
the US in terms of what has been promised is closer to US$200 trillion than US$16 trillion. We've written about that here: The US$200 Trillion Debt Which Cannot Be Named. This was not our perspective but that of a mainstream economics professor who wrote an art ...
The Rise and Fall of Military Keynesianism
March 18, 2013
This is, in our opinion, a much better article than the Salon article we commented on above. It is a "big picture" article that takes into account the reality of trends that are affecting the US economy. The article is a "good read" as well because unlike almos ...
The Retirement Crisis That Must Not Be Mentioned
March 18, 2013
A theme that is little explored in the Western mainstream press is that retirement has all but collapsed for many in the middle classes. We have in the past called this condition "dreamtime" – for it was built on central banking initiatives and fostered by ce ...
Do EU Wonks Really Have Endless Time to Get It Right?
March 18, 2013
The idea behind this wire article is that while Europe is suffering, it will "bounce back." Unfortunately, it is more complicated than that and it starts with this word "Europe." There is no Europe – or not as a physical entity. There are regions on a map and ...
Shock: Globalist Plan for IMF Failing in US Congress?
March 18, 2013
Mike Callaghan – Director of the Lowy Institute's G20 Studies Centre – provides us with insight into a big congressional battle going on over the International Monetary Fund. Like most really important struggles, this one is being under-reported, really not ...
Bombshell Confirmation the Paper Money Hoax Is Real
March 15, 2013
Free-Market Analysis: This little article is about one of the biggest conspiracies of the modern age: the fiat-money hoax. Over the past year or so the powers-that-be have apparently launched fervid campaign to discredit free-market thinking and central banking ...
Shock: Chinese Leaders Contemplating Harsh Austerity Measures?
March 15, 2013
Is harsh austerity in China's future? Like Greece and Spain (and eventually the US), will China be subject to an austerity binge? Caixin is a flagship Chinese media group and thus its pronouncements are of interest. It is likely representing the views of Chines ...
Reuters Editorial Celebrates Bureaucracy
March 15, 2013
Here's a surprise. An editorialist for a major, mainstream newswire service has gone out of his way to write an editorial celebrating ... bureaucracy. The article is fraught with what we call dominant social themes. It is making the argument that governments ar ...
Will China's Social Revolution Turn Out to Be Something More?
March 15, 2013
We wrote a number of articles about the threat of social unrest in China using the logic of "three strikes." The first strike was the great famine under Mao; the second famine was Tiananmen Square; the third strike would be an unwinding of the modern Chinese ec ...
Libor Scandal to Reveal Metals Manipulation?
March 15, 2013
Now gold is being sucked directly into the Libor scandal. Of course, we are on record as pointing out that it can hardly be much of a scandal when central banks set the price and volume of money every day. But nonetheless, the mainstream press has been buzzing ...
The Two Faces of Eve … er, Credit Suisse
March 14, 2013
From the above excerpt we can see that Credit Suisse has changed its mind about equities. A month ago ... no way. And now ... way to go! The recommendation comes on the heels of reports that various billionaire holders of equity are selling out of the equity ma ...
And You Thought the Particle Was Confirmed?
March 14, 2013
It's all over the news today. There are strong indications that the "God Particle" – the Higgs Boson – has been discovered. Scientists have been going over the data developed by the Large Hadron Collider last year and now are confident that the particle may ...
Shocker: Desalinization Breakthrough as Memes Fall One by One
March 14, 2013
This is a shocker. In another article in this issue we pointed out that bigness did not guarantee creativity and usually retarded it, from what we can tell. But there is no doubt that given the trillions – literally – tossed at the scientific community, now ...
Who Will Win the Electric Car Prize?
March 14, 2013
Free-Market Analysis: We've written about electric cars quite a bit because it is such an obvious elite meme. There is no use for electric cars that we can see, no clamor for them. But nonetheless they have been rolled out in endless waves accompanied by great ...
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