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Sobbing for Dictators!
December 30, 2011
As the BBC reported, the late North Korean dictator Kim Jong-il was provided with mass marches throughout the country in mourning of his recent death. As the thousands were shown on TV, they did what is routine on such occasions in countries with absolute rule ...
Is the Free Market Hopeless?
December 29, 2011
We have been watching what we call the Internet Reformation unfold for about a decade now – and as people begin to understand the Way the World REALLY Works, attacks on the concept of a free market have escalated. As people in the West used the Internet to di ...
Response to Anthony Migchels Regarding Gold at Henry Makow's Website
December 28, 2011
Anthony Migchels lately has been kind enough to honor our modest pages with economic commentary and now he has used one of our recent articles as a jumping-off point to blast gold as a money metal at Hentry Makow's popular conspiracy website. You can see an exc ...
The Puzzling Case of Stratfor and Anonymous
December 28, 2011
Here is a strange case. Anonymous has apparently attacked Stratfor in support of WikiLeaks, and yet WikiLeaks is evidently and obviously (to us anyway) a kind of false-flag facility. We've had our doubts about Anonymous as well. Here's something about Anonymous ...
Wall Street Mulls Suicide by Tactical Allocation
December 27, 2011
Is it time for Wall Street to fall on the ceremonial sword of tactical asset allocation? In the long-term, this is the only strategy that works, but for the last ten years – as for much of the rest of last century – Wall Street has proven impervious to its ...
The NDAA Repeals More Rights
December 27, 2011
Little by little, in the name of fighting terrorism, our Bill of Rights is being repealed. The 4th Amendment has been rendered toothless by the PATRIOT Act. No more can we truly feel secure in our persons, houses, papers and effects when now there is an excepti ...
The BBC's Sorry Journalism
December 27, 2011
The BBC recently published the following in a report about the Republican primary contest in Iowa: "Correspondents say a Ron Paul victory in Iowa would be a major embarrassment to the Republican party as many of his views are seen as too libertarian and isolati ...
Gold: How High Is Up? US$5,000? Confiscation?
December 26, 2011
Every once in a while, and with increasing frequency, major media presents a commentary wondering "how high gold can go" and whether the yellow metal is now in an official bubble. Every once in a while, we point out that gold is being driven by market manipulat ...
Global Depression – A Directed Phenomenon …
December 26, 2011
Oh, boy, who couldn't see this coming? We've written about the BRIC inflationary instability – especially Brazil and India – and now this economic insight has been blessed by that maven of behind-the-times analysis, TIME Magazine. Yes, TIME Magazine, which ...
Libertarianism and Americanism
December 26, 2011
Given that in the main the American political system is still the closest to protecting varieties of individual liberty – regarding speech, commerce, religion, due process, etc. – most of those who peddle political ideas want to hitch their wagon to the ide ...
Anti-Christian Violence in the Middle East?
December 24, 2011
The UK Daily Telegraph recently posted an article entitled, "How can we remain silent while Christians are being persecuted?" Anybody reading the Daily Bell this past year will not be surprised by this headline, nor the article itself. Turns out that the writer ...
Former President Bill Clinton Calls for a Return to Big 3 News Networks?
December 23, 2011
Bill Clinton wants to return to the days when three big television networks explained the Way the World Worked. According to Dilence Sogwood, a financial-industry DB feedbacker, Clinton spoke at a luncheon he attended and made these and other provocative points ...
Is Ron Paul a Traitor?
December 23, 2011
To us, this is a very disturbing article (see excerpt above). We have long admired Ms. Rabinowitz for her unrelenting reporting of phony child-abuse incarcerations throughout the United States back in the 1980s. For a while, rogue prosecutors were putting innoc ...
Lotophagian Greed
December 23, 2011
In book nine of Homer's Odyssey, Odysseus tells of how he and his men came upon an island populated by the Lotophagians – people who do nothing but eat the Lotus plant, "which was so delicious that those who ate of it left off caring about home." Odysseus for ...
Property Rights and the Free Press
December 23, 2011
Not as if the point hasn't been made often by now, but repeating it may be of some benefit: Without a firm protection of the right to private property, the rights to freedom of speech, press, religious worship, etc., are under constant threat. The most recent d ...
EU Courts Force Airlines into Carbon Trading Market
December 22, 2011
It is not enough that there is likely no such thing as global warming or that, even if there was, humans could do anything about it. Now, thanks to a lunatic ruling by the top EU courts, airlines around the world will have to pay a "carbon tax" and participate ...
Why Ron Paul Can Win
December 22, 2011
If you have been watching the news, you know that Ron Paul is now beating both Gingrich and Romney in the polls and could walk away with a win in Iowa. Some say he could also walk away with a win in New Hampshire, and possibly even win the Republican (GOP) nomi ...
'Safe' Nuclear Meme Shattered by Fukushima Expose in Leading Journal
December 21, 2011
The slow poisoning of Japanese citizens is going unreported in the West except for some dedicated journals and web-reports including, importantly, Rense.com, which has stayed on the story seemingly every day. It is a very important one, because it encompasses n ...
It Begins? Anti 'Money Power' Lawsuit Filed in Canada …
December 21, 2011
Well, it is finally happening. A legal challenge to the power elite's money system has been launched in a Canadian Court "for the benefit of Canadians ... and to restore the use of the Bank of Canada for the benefit of Canadians. Here's some more from the press ...
Mainstream Economists' Monetary Insanity
December 21, 2011
Paul Krugman's article in the December 15 issue of The New York Times under the title G.O.P. Monetary Madness takes G.O.P. presidential candidate Dr. Ron Paul to task for his 'ideological' stand on money. For excellent reasons, not all of which had to do with f ...
AP Untruths?
December 20, 2011
The Killing of bin Laden was voted top news story of 2011 and from our point of view it goes downhill from there. Having observed in detail how elite dominant social themes work, we're well prepared to analyze this year's top news stories. What we will do in th ...
Nonsensical Insistence on Additional 'Bank Capital'
December 20, 2011
We always have a hard time with things like bank stress tests and demands that banks hold "extra capital." The Wall Street Journal (see excerpt above) is out with a "sourced" story that the Fed will demand large banks hold more capital. But what exactly does th ...
Beware the Coming Bailouts of Europe
December 20, 2011
The economic establishment in this country has come to the conclusion that it is not a matter of "if" the United States must intervene in the bailout of the euro, but simply a question of "when" and "how." Newspaper articles and editorials are full of assertion ...
'Borrowing' from the Daily Bell, Economist Magazine Still Gets It Wrong
December 19, 2011
The Economist "newspaper" has finally caught up to the Daily Bell. Well ... not really. This is an interesting article that The Economist has just launched (and thanks to feedbacker Thomas Molitor for bringing it to our attention). But the point of the article, ...
Is It a Prison Planet? … One Out of Three Now Face Arrest in US
December 19, 2011
This is a stunning statistic, in our view. According to a study generated via numbers collected by the US Bureau of Labor Statistics and reported in USA Today (see above excerpt) one out of every three people in the US will face arrest by the time they are 23. ...
Ideological Thinking Revisited
December 19, 2011
Following the December 15th Republican "debate," New York Times columnist Paul Krugman wrote once again about the evils of ideological thinking. Krugman did begin his piece by criticizing Mitt Romney for his repeated vacillations about which public policies he ...
Adam Kokesh: Progression to a Freer Society Is Inevitable
December 18, 2011
The Daily Bell is pleased to present this interview with Adam Kokesh. Daily Bell: Tell us about your activities. Adam Kokesh: Well, right now, my main focus is my now-independent show and the new business model I've created to support it. I get invited to speak ...
Desperate Defense? … Our Memes Are 'Emotionally Honest'
December 17, 2011
In an interesting and important article reposted at Rense.com, the BBC is "laid out" with some relish by its private competitor, the Daily Mirror: "BBC: We Fake It All The Time." Now, is this the issue in particular that I want to address? No. But it is a conve ...
Out of Chaos, Order: Now IMF Seeks Collective, World Bail-Out of Europe
December 16, 2011
Right on schedule, the International Monetary Fund's Christine Lagarde has emerged to call for a united, Western effort to salvage the Eurozone and perhaps the euro. This is entirely predictable in our view and has to do with the larger strategy of the Anglosph ...
Smoke and Mirrors of Global Depression Reflect the Inevitability of the IMF?
December 16, 2011
If one examines the rush of events surrounding the unraveling of the European Union, it becomes more and more difficult to believe it is merely a series of coincidences. We've covered this in other articles, but what's going on continues to affirm our belief th ...
BIS Promotes Asian Financial Crisis?
December 15, 2011
The secretive Bank for Settlements has just warned that Asia is vulnerable to a catastrophic "global credit crunch," according to the Sidney Morning Herald (see above). We translate it thusly: The world is HEADING for an Asian financial crisis. Yes, increasingl ...
China's Meltdown Continues
December 15, 2011
Ambrose Evans-Pritchard, one of the very best mainstream financial journos, is back with another update on the Chinese economic collapse, and we appreciate his updates. We've been harping on this theme for at least two years. Just Google "Daily Bell" and "China ...
Capitalism & Socialism Rightly Understood
December 15, 2011
In a recent op-ed for The New York Times, Professor Gar Alperovitz of the University of Maryland, who teaches political economy there, has written that "something different [from what OWS wants] has been quietly brewing in recent decades: more and more American ...
Harvard's Rogoff: Is Capitalism Finished?
December 14, 2011
Kenneth Rogoff is the International Monetary Fund's former chief economist, and he and co-author Carmen Reinhart are somewhat dubious about capitalism's future. But this is, in fact, a dominant social theme of the larger Anglosphere power elite for whom Rogoff ...
Building NWO: UN Again Involved in Int'l Criminal Court Rulings
December 14, 2011
The United Nations is evidently on its way to becoming a fearsome enforcer of global judicial authority. As we can see from the above article, when the International Criminal Court faces a blockage, it now approaches the UN for enforcement of its demands. The U ...
Libertarianism in One Lesson
December 14, 2011
Essay from Machan's Archives: This essay should come in handy these days when "libertarianism" has become almost a household word. Here is a summary discussion of its central tenets, at least as seen by some prominent libertarians. Libertarians uphold the sove ...
Fearfully, the US Treasury's Secret, 75-Year-Old Fund and Its Dark History Has Been Exposed? …
December 13, 2011
We're not sure who Eric deCarbonnel is, but he has posted five YouTube videos that contain extraordinary allegations about the US Government's Exchange Stabilization Fund. In aggregate, the series is called, "What I have been afraid to blog about: THE ESF AND I ...
No Mandatory Mental Health Screening for Children!
December 13, 2011
Maryanne Godboldo, a mother in Michigan, noticed that pills prescribed by her daughter's doctor were making her condition worse, not better. So Ms. Godboldo stopped giving them to her. That's when the trouble began. When Child Protective Services (CPS) bureaucr ...
BIS Calls for Hyperinflationary Depression?
December 12, 2011
We've already indicated that we believe the Anglosphere power elite is attempting to create a kind of Great Depression in order to ease the path of world government. This squib of an article in MarketWatch (excerpted above) – unnoticed by most of the mainstre ...
Planned Chaos of Euro Collapse?
December 12, 2011
In today's lead article we tried to point out once more (as before) that this global central banking order we have is not to the world's benefit. What we call the Internet Reformation has made it more and more difficult for the powers-that-be to promote their f ...
Are Societies Owned?
December 12, 2011
Libertarians tend to view taxation as unjustified. It is something associated with statism, a kind of coercive institution that expropriates resources from members of society rather than securing the resources voluntarily. Statists, however, criticize the liber ...
Thomas Woods, Jr. on Libertarianism Versus the Catholic Church, Ron Paul's Presidential Chances and US State Secession
December 11, 2011
The Daily Bell is pleased to publish an interview with the distinguished libertarian scholar, Thomas E. Woods, Jr. Daily Bell: Could some states begin to take a real look at secession, state sovereignty and Tenth Amendment actions if the economy continues to wo ...
500 Year Old Global 'Roll-Up' Founders?
December 10, 2011
And another one gone, and another one gone ... Another one bites the dust - Queen Is it possible that the biggest roll-up in history is foundering? What roll-up? Well ... roll-up, of course, is a money-industry term of art. It means that someone - an enterprisi ...
Financial Times Changes Article Headline on EU Three Times!
December 09, 2011
In a feedback to a Financial Times article entitled "Eurozone Signs Up to Closer Ties," writer Danny Barrs makes the point that the FT, a high-profile elite mouthpiece, is "spinning" decisions made at yesterday's EU summit by rewriting its headlines. He points ...
Europe Divides, Elite Reels?
December 09, 2011
Here is a strong statement: The further fracturing of the EU is a setback for what we call the Anglosphere power elite, those powerful families that control central banking around the world and are trying as hard as they can to create global government. Here's ...
Needing Doesn't Justify Stealing
December 09, 2011
What one needs depends on one's goals. And much of the time what one needs to pursue various goals is produced by other people, including some rather important stuff or services. Nonetheless, among genuine free men and women, whatever it is that one needs may o ...
Say What? … UK Telegraph Promotes Cameron's EU Support as 'Honourable'
December 08, 2011
We've heard that Germany is running the EU – or maybe that the Union sprang up like a weed, unkempt and unintended. We have never believed it. The EU, from what we can tell, is a cold-blooded invention of the Anglosphere power elite that intends to use it as ...
Foment OWS Terror, Open Camps?
December 08, 2011
As dedicated analysts of elite dominant social themes, we've been following the recent protests that started on Wall Street and have now spread around the world. We have long since come to the conclusion they have been fomented in support of a larger elite domi ...
Infinitesimal Triumphs at Cern
December 08, 2011
The universe is electrical. It is not gravitational. A child could probably see this, if he or she knew where to look. All the vast nebulae and the other patterns in the universe mimic electrical patterns. The nebulae itself is an electrical pattern found throu ...
Just Another Day in the USA
December 08, 2011
Today was like every other day in the United States during the last few decades. Washington taxed more private wealth to generate government revenue. Congress added more national debt to future generations so they could pay benefits and buy votes today. The Fed ...
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