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Rothschilds Give Formal Support to US Direct Democracy?
December 07, 2011
What an editorial at Huffington Post by Lynn Forester de Rothschild! In it, she makes the point that "some revelation is at hand" – and mostly likely it has to do with the reality of a genuine third-party challenge to put a candidate in the White House. A clo ...
A Century of Infamy?
December 07, 2011
Today is Pearl Harbor Day, the day that will "live in infamy." From our humble point of view, the mainstream narrative of Pearl Harbor Day is nothing more than an elite dominant social theme – the dastardly "Nips" attacked a peace-loving giant, and 'lo the ti ...
Wall Street Buys Up Guns
December 07, 2011
Another subdominant social theme? It's always the same. The Anglosphere power elite buys up all the oil, water and farmland in the world and we are told it is the evolution of the free-market economy. Sure ... And now ... guns. Not George Soros, mind you. The N ...
Statism and Snobbery
December 07, 2011
Satisfaction and happiness in life is significantly dependent upon an individual's ability to make things happen effectively in his or her life. Having activities that you can focus on, act on and engage in competently and effectively is part of what makes life ...
SEC Targets Brokers in Latest Crackdown
December 06, 2011
The SEC is getting ready to crack down on US investment firms. This is surely a kind of sub-dominant social theme of the elite – that more enforcement from Washington, DC is going to help those in danger of being damaged by crooked brokers and advisors. These ...
Obama Pondering National Police Force … Again?
December 06, 2011
We have been commenting on the growing wave of "law and order" in the United States. And this letter to the editor, excerpted above, is surely another sign of it. There is so much ruin in the country (and the West) now that the powers-that-be are likely growing ...
Euro Crisis Destabilizing the Dollar
December 06, 2011
In response to pressure from Wall Street, the White House and central banks in Europe, the Federal Reserve last week drastically cut interest rates for currency swaps to benefit troubled European banks. This will flood world markets with more dollars and will s ...
Wall Street's Darkest Hour, Then and Now?
December 05, 2011
Here's an idea. Let's take down Wall Street. The wars aren't working very well. Too many fingers are being pointed at government and people are plain angry. Better blame Wall Street! Or failing that, the "one percent." We've spent a great deal of time pointing ...
Fed to Investors: Let's Be Fair!
December 05, 2011
We can tell the powers-that-be are still skittish about how the US Federal Reserve is being regarded, increasingly, by the American public because there is suddenly a lot of talk about "fairness." Why this should be is somewhat puzzling, of course. It is just l ...
Scientism versus Liberty
December 05, 2011
The steady but slow march toward liberty has for some time come up against the appeal of scientism. This is the idea that everything in nature behaves just like matter-in-motion. So people, too, move only when moved by stuff around – or within – them, never ...
US Senator Rand Paul on His Famous Father, His Life as a New Senator and the Ongoing Perilous State of the Union
December 04, 2011
The Daily Bell is pleased to present an interview with Senator Rand Paul.Daily Bell: Are you hopeful about America and what do you foresee for the future? Senator Rand Paul: I think so. I think America is an amazingly resilient country primarily because we embr ...
Islamist Tide Re-emerges?
December 03, 2011
An initial article of ours on the issue of the Islamic resurgence in the Middle East was entitled, "Western Elites Secretly Still Building Islam." You can see it here. At the time it caused a bit of controversy but we believed it to be accurate. And it doesn't ...
China Regulator Makes Prosecution Priority of Insider Trading
December 02, 2011
Thanks goodness the Chinese have decided that insider trading is a crime. This sub dominant social theme – that investment information is dangerous and hurtful to other people – is a growing promotion within the ranks of securities professionals. But what's ...
What is Fiat Money?
December 02, 2011
A Short Primer The term "fiat money" - more correctly "fiat currency" - is becoming more wide-spread than it was seven years ago when we put out a movie called FIAT EMPIRE. I certainly didn't invent the term, so I am just going along with the economic jargon a ...
NDAA, Smell of Fear
December 01, 2011
What could make the US Senate pass a law turning ALL Americans into potential suspects? Fear. Fear "they're" being found out. The controllers. The ones who dominated the world so seamlessly in the 20th century, and who've been found out now. That's what the NDA ...
Let Paulson Go … And Free the Alternative Media, Too!
November 30, 2011
Here come the Pecora Hearings. The powers-that-be are efficiently and cold-bloodedly preparing the guillotine for Wall Street. Good! This is the reaction of the hitherto libertarian alternative media. Say what? Yup ... With the possible exception of Lew Rockwel ...
SEC to Beef Up Penalties in Defense of the Little Guy
November 30, 2011
All is going according to plan, so far as we are concerned. The powers-that-be are orchestrating a virtual orgy of anger against the securities industry and people are so angry with top honchos like Hank Paulson (of TARP fame) and Lloyd Blankfein (Goldman Sachs ...
Coordinated Central Bank Rescue: The Smell of Money
November 30, 2011
This is, of course, the Anglosphere power elite's fundamental dominant social theme. Our Money Power is good and we use it wisely and well on YOUR behalf. The "system" cannot be allowed to falter or fail. Not an inch of it. Of course, we ask, "Whose system is i ...
Terminology of the Day: Competitive 'Megapolitan'
November 30, 2011
A new one on us. We hate made-up words because the English language has lots of words to choose from. But the powers-that-be will continue to make up new ones in the hopes that the novelty will disguise the authoritarianism lurking behind. It's always the same ...
The Real Reason Bloomberg Sued to Open Up Fed Records?
November 29, 2011
Is the US gearing up for another "Pecora Hearing"? These hearings that began in 1932 in New York and Washington, DC gave us the current nonsensical regulatory regime that the US suffers from (and has exported to the wide world). Here at the Daily Bell, some of ...
Everything Wall Street Does Is Illegal?
November 29, 2011
Everything Wall Street does is illegal. This decision by Judge Rakoff is being heralded as a breakthrough in "cleaning up Wall Street." But Wall Street cannot be cleaned up. Regulations cannot clean up Wall Street. Laws cannot clean up Wall Street. Judges canno ...
The Folly of Sanctions
November 29, 2011
Many people have the misconception that sanctions are an effective means to encourage a change of behavior in another country without war. However, imposing sanctions and blockades are not only an act of war according to international law, they are most often t ...
Paris Hilton Buys a Ferrari: Off With Her Head
November 28, 2011
This remarkable squib of an article appeared in the Daily Mail on Sunday and at first we didn't believe what we were reading. It is a full-out "rich versus poor" article, the kind that might have been produced by a "Cold War" Politburo (were it to exist today i ...
A Good Man: Libertarian Mr. Bill Still Runs for President
November 28, 2011
Bill Still is one of those people you don't always hear about who's had a tremendous impact on the larger libertarian conversation taking place in the US and, in fact, throughout the West. Now he's running for the US presidency. Will he win? Probably not. ...
Robespierre's War on Terror
November 28, 2011
Dr. Bosworth has written a remarkable article about the Defense Authorization bill now wending its way through the US Congress (see above). He makes it very clear that he thinks this legislation is the formal forerunner to a kind of US police state, though we t ...
Just Because You Hurt Doesn't Mean You're Broken
November 28, 2011
Sometimes you can think that a problem you are having or the emotional pain you're experiencing is a symptom of some kind of psychological problem. But more often than not, what you're experiencing is part of the natural challenges of life. I don't mean to say ...
Rise of the Political Plumber … Wade House and His True Democracy Party
November 27, 2011
The Daily Bell is pleased to present an exclusive interview with Wade D. House. Introduction: First there was Joe the Plumber who became a down-to-earth conservative analyst of note by virtue of his blunt talk. Now there's Wade House, also a plumber, who has st ...
Is the Sovereign Debt Crisis a Replay of the Versailles Treaty?
November 26, 2011
Here at The Daily Bell we track dominant social themes of the Anglosphere power elite (the only elite that matters) and recently we've been pointing out that much of what is going on in the (Western) world is a repeat of the early 20th century. In an article en ...
Should the Government Step In?
November 25, 2011
One of the main emergent US dominant social themes is that the government and regulators must step in to clean up the market and make it safe for investors. The idea is that the larger modern marketplace is very necessary for the functioning of modern society a ...
'J. Edgar,' The Movie
November 25, 2011
J. Edgar helped create the current US penitentiary state because he had an unhappy childhood and lived a secret sexual life as an adult. Because of this, the Federal Bureau of Investigation came into being and was aggressively expanded. Because Hoover was "in t ...
Who Needs Austerity When Some Are Rich?
November 25, 2011
Portugal is broke but austerity measures there are protested persistently. Greece is in the same fix. And indeed in America, too, the Occupy Wall Street crowd appears to believe that if even a few folks are doing very well, no one need tighten his belt since al ...
Look for the Best in People and You'll Find It
November 24, 2011
Look for the best in people and you'll find it; look for the worst and you'll find that, too. How we view others can generate a self-fulfilling prophecy: you believe that they will behave in a certain way, or that you'll be affected by them in a certain wa ...
Winning? Ron Paul Helps Lead Mounting Opposition to SOPA Internet Censorship
November 24, 2011
For years, we've been trying to explain that the Internet is not going to be easy to remove or tame. Those enablers and associates of the Anglosphere power elite can try to shut it down but there seems to be a kind of hive mind at work that won't quickly allow ...
Stewart Rhodes Speaks of Daily Bell's Internet Reformation on Infowars
November 24, 2011
Stewart Rhodes appeared recently on the Alex Jones Infowars channel to explain the growing resistance to unconstitutional Fedgov activities. In the process, he pointed out that the modern-day "printing press" – the Internet – is providing people with inform ...
State Sovereignty: America's Final Solution to Tyranny
November 24, 2011
At the end of this article is a copy of the proposed state sovereignty amendment that Ron and Donnie Kennedy are promoting as the final solution to federal abuse. They believe that anything less will only continue the course of federal supremacy and the ultimat ...
Obama's Secret 'Green' Bank Exposed
November 23, 2011
It is not enough that the US Federal government is in cahoots with other countries to foist phony global warming policies on its long-suffering citizens. It has also set aside (according to Fox, see above) some $61 billion in assets in a secret government bank. ...
But is Everything Gonna Be All Right?
November 23, 2011
"How much pain have cost us, the evils that have never happened." – Thomas Jefferson Worrying about the many economic threats in the news today really is a waste of time. So many people come up to me depressed, concerned and frozen into a total inaction ...
Inequality
November 23, 2011
Much consternation is spent on income and related inequality. Or call it unequal advantages in life. As if it were some kind of moral or political imperative that we must all enjoy equal benefits and burdens, though few will say why that would be a good thing o ...
IMF Expands Lending Again Due to Phony Crisis
November 22, 2011
Again, the mission creep. It's no coincidence. The Anglosphere power elite regards every (self-created) disaster as an opportunity to extend its nascent world government. It's a kind of dominant social theme. The standing global economic armament has to ge ...
On the Super Committee
November 22, 2011
This week marks the deadline for the so-called congressional Super Committee to meet its goal of cutting a laughably small amount of federal spending over the next decade. In fact the Committee merely needs to cut about $120 billion annually from the federal bu ...
So Deep an Evil?
November 21, 2011
In our wanderings around the Blogosphere (and 'Net-iverse), it's become clearer and clearer to us that we live in a kind of matrix beyond our immediate control or perception. All we can do, like blind men, is continue to do our best to make out the shape of the ...
The European Union Uber Alles
November 21, 2011
(Translation: The EU Over All) "Consider that the entire Western world is outraged that the Greek prime minister announced that he is going to permit the Greek people to decide their own fate instead of having it decided for them by a handful of banksters, ...
Leon Louw on Sinking South Africa – and How Free-Market Thinking Can Help Recover Prosperity
November 20, 2011
The Daily Bell is pleased to present an exclusive interview with Leon Louw (left). Introduction: Leon Louw is an internationally recognized economic, political and environmental analyst known for his accurate forecasts. He has spoken in 30 countries and consult ...
Why Gold Sells Off and What Will Happen Next …
November 19, 2011
Reuters just published an interesting article that makes the following point: "As the Dow struggled over the past few weeks, gold has confounded market watchers by tracking equities, even as the European debt crisis escalated. U.S. December gold futures fell $3 ...
Economy Bounces Back?
November 18, 2011
We don't believe this. Do you? This is part of the larger directed history that we've been reporting, in our view. Suddenly the US numbers are showing an uptick. Really? Nope. It's just part of a larger narrative. The idea is apparently to re-elect Barack ...
Is the US Government Anti-Monopoly?
November 18, 2011
So you may have heard that the US Federal Government is opposed to monopolies and that is why the Department of Justice has its various rules against them. All those antitrust provisions are supposed to keep competition going and prevent any business from becom ...
Liberty and Willpower
November 18, 2011
"We're just showing the rich people that we can do what we want." – London rioter, in August This quote, and the people who acted it out – and who are acting it out presently in the "occupy" demonstrations right now in the US – show what liberty disc ...
Website Irony …
November 17, 2011
Hey, talk about irony. We'll get to that in one minute. We have to "set it up" first. Here we go ... Rense used to pick up some of our articles on occasion, but we figured that would stop once we started writing how people shouldn't refer to "Zionists" and ...
From Russia with Trepidations
November 17, 2011
The invitation was just too nice to turn down despite my increasing reluctance to do very long trips. (I did some such a while back, like twice to New Zealand and twice to Cape Town.) Back and knee troubles tend to impede such ventures these days. But my hosts ...
The Technocrat Meme Descends
November 16, 2011
The Guardian is schizophrenic on the issue of technocracy. They've run at least one article deriding the swelling technocratic priesthood and another one (see above excerpt) that supports it. To us, this talk of technocracy is an old, familiar dominant soc ...
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