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More and More, Elite Supports Islamic 'Enemy'
February 22, 2011
In a previous article, written many weeks ago, we asked if the West was actively setting up Islamic enemies in the Middle East. We were not sure at the time. As with many dominant social themes of the elite, it wasn't clear right away. But the wonderful thing a ...
Central Economic Planning at its Worst
February 22, 2011
Last week, the Financial Crisis Inquiry Commission (FCIC) presented its results to the Financial Services Committee. As with most other politically-appointed commissions, the results of the FCIC's investigation were easy to predict. Established by the same cong ...
See Bernanke's Disaster In Prices and Rates
February 21, 2011
Yesterday, in a regular Sunday-interview "after thought," we made the case that measuring the money supply was an exercise in futility. Today we analyze a recent Forbes article that explains why this is so. The power elite wants to confuse the issue in our opin ...
US Opens Afghan Talks, Mulls 80,000 More Afghan-Trained Forces
February 21, 2011
For us, the unraveling Afghan war effort is a huge story, even though it not being covered like one in the mainstream press. There are far more mainstream media articles about the latest single from Lady Gaga than there are about the war effort. But it is a ver ...
Jay Taylor on Inflation Vs. Deflation, the Possibility of a Gold Standard and Why the West Is Failing
February 20, 2011
The Daily Bell is pleased to present an exclusive interview with Jay Taylor. Jay is the editor of J Taylor's Gold, Energy & Technology Stocks newsletter. Throughout his career Mr. Taylor worked as first a commercial and then as an investment banker. Most recent ...
Cameron's Compassionate Conservatism Strikes Out
February 18, 2011
Is Tory Prime Minister David Cameron a kind of British "George Bush Lite?" To begin with, he has made a career out of abhorring the EU, but he is no more likely to orchestrate a departure from the EU than previous PMs (see article excerpt above). The history of ...
Can a Garden Be Copyrighted?
February 18, 2011
We thought we would return for another look at copyright since it is such a controversial subject and received a good deal of feedback yesterday. The article we want to comment on is certainly controversial as well. We can see from the above excerpt that the co ...
Krugman and Bias
February 18, 2011
In a recent column Princeton economist a regular New York Times columnist Paul Krugman claims that the economics profession - including the editors of scholarly journals and the staff at econ departments - is fraught with bias. This is a serious charge, impugni ...
Bloomberg's Incredible Column
February 17, 2011
We just noticed Caroline Baum because of a current column, "Fat Lady Wanted as Guide to Fed Rate Setters" and her reference to Austrian free-market economics. It is an amazing column because it does succinctly what most, if not all, mainstream columns will not: ...
Let the RIAA Enforce Copyright With Its Own Funds
February 17, 2011
The RIAA is at it again. After litigating against teenagers, college students and single moms, the Recording Industry Association along with the IIPA (see article excerpt above) is building its case methodically for ever-tighter control over the Internet. The a ...
Silver and Opium
February 17, 2011
The opium wars do not belong to the glorious episodes of Western history. Rather, they were instances of shameful behavior the West still has not lived down. Mercantilist governments resented the perpetual drain of silver from West to East in payment for Orient ...
Where Multiculturalism is OK
February 17, 2011
It is reported that France's, England's and Germany's leaders have issued an announcement claiming that multiculturalism is a failure. But are they right? Or perhaps it is more likely that implementing multiculturalism the way it has been tried in these and man ...
Hopeful Signs for EU and Euro?
February 16, 2011
The biggest euro-skeptic in the mainstream press has recanted (or decanted?). Ambrose Evans-Pritchard, author of the article from which the above excerpt is taken, has decided the euro is going to remain solvent after all. Perhaps, he says, too much Rioja has g ...
WikiLeaks Spawns More Backlash
February 16, 2011
WikiLeaks continues to be the gift that keeps on giving. We've analyzed WikiLeaks from the point of view of a power elite gambit and the pieces of the puzzle continue to fit together. Not only that, but the WikiLeaks sub dominant social theme was assembled rela ...
Holding One's Nose for Principles
February 16, 2011
One of the difficulties with standing on principle is that often one is defending them when they are practiced by bad people. Or when bad conduct is involved. In both kinds of cases one may have no sympathy at all for the specific but still finds it important t ...
Will Color Revolutions Remove Central Banks?
February 15, 2011
In watching various color revolutions now and in the 1990s in Eastern Europe, it has occurred to us that they are specifically designed to keep money power in place. Hosni Mubarak has been removed from power along with some of his cronies, but the STRUCTURE of ...
Afghan War Draws in China and Russia
February 15, 2011
According to MEMRI, a high-profile Middle Eastern think-tank, China's involvement as a Pakistan ally is ongoing and becoming a good deal more obvious and pervasive. In the past year, Pakistan has sought the stationing of 11,000 Chinese troops at Gilgit-Baltista ...
Deception at the Fed
February 15, 2011
For the past three decades, the Federal Reserve has been given a dual mandate: keeping prices stable and maximizing employment. This policy relies not only on the fatal conceit of believing in the wisdom of supposed experts, but also on numerical chicanery. Rat ...
The Two Faces of Ben Bernanke
February 15, 2011
Based on his recent public comments, Fed Chairman Bernanke seems determined to give the U.S. dollar the reputation of Egypt's Hosni Mubarak: an unwanted relic of the past that everyone agrees must go, but stubbornly clings to a privileged position. The dollar i ...
Elites Set Orwellian War Against China And Islam?
February 14, 2011
Iraq is the forgotten war. Even amidst the chaos swirling around developing countries throughout the world, the Western mainstream media for the most part ignores Iraq. And perhaps one day – sooner rather than later – it will have its own re-revolution (see ...
Do Mandela's Elders Violate Human Rights?
February 14, 2011
The Elders pack a mainstream-media punch. They've already received a good deal of mainstream media coverage. We queried "Elders, global leaders" and received nearly 500,000 cites on Google. TheElders.org website explains that the group is composed of eminent gl ...
Occultist Jordan Maxwell on the Foundations of Western Religion and Society, and Why Nothing Is as It Seems
February 13, 2011
The Daily Bell is pleased to present an exclusive interview with Jordan Maxwell. Maxwell is a preeminent researcher and independent scholar in the field of occult / religious philosophy. His interest in these subjects began as far back as 1959. He served for th ...
IMF Calls for SDR-Denominated Bonds
February 11, 2011
Like a broken record, (does the cliché date us?) Dominique Strauss-Kahn campaigns around the world for a new currency. The latest wrinkle: SDR-denominated bonds. Bundle together a number of bankrupt national currencies and securitize them and you might indee ...
Middle East Revolutions Force West to Knees?
February 11, 2011
This is an interesting article (excerpted above) that Professor Mark LeVine has written for the Middle Eastern news service Al Jazeera. His point is that the civil unrest sweeping across Europe is an increasingly uncomfortable event for Western powers-that-be. ...
Forced Globalization of Trading Marts: Consolidation for Disaster
February 10, 2011
The article excerpt above sounds as if it could have been written anywhere in the West, but its focus is the Nigerian securities industry. The replication of the US model is startling. The regulatory body is called the SEC and the issues being discussed have to ...
Frauds of WikiLeaks?
February 10, 2011
WikiLeaks in our estimation becomes an evermore-obvious charade, and Julian Assange its conductor. We've been writing about it for months now, and each new leak raises our suspicions. None of the leaks with the exception of the first – a damning video of Amer ...
$20-Trillion War Costs Bankrupting US
February 09, 2011
Paul Farrell, a columnist for MarketWatch (see above), reports what has been presented here as well: Perhaps 50 percent or more of America's annual, governmental spending is war-and intel-related. Add up related veterans' benefits, foreign and domestic bases, c ...
CIA Launches PR Push
February 09, 2011
Another yelp of discomfort from America's massive intel community. The 21st century has not been especially supportive when it comes to Washington's 16 separate spy agencies and the decade-old Homeland Security behemoth that now squats malevolently in the middl ...
Besmirching Libertarianism
February 09, 2011
Now that libertarianism has gotten some publicity in mainstream forums, those who are convinced of its merit have much work to do. This is because of the well publicized distortions of the position in prominent forums, especially by well credentialed academics ...
US Unemployment Approaches Reality?
February 08, 2011
We are glad that the terrible unemployment that America is facing has subsided. This is what happens when the vital energies of the most innovative country in the world are challenged: American citizens respond magnificently. The country's largest, dynamic corp ...
Happy Birthday Ronald Reagan
February 08, 2011
Anyone who lived through the 1980s Reagan era in America probably remembers the "aw shucks" charm of the great man as he smiled his way through absolutely unequal presidential debates with a humble grace. The palpable sense of despair that gripped the US back t ...
Our 30 Year Mistake
February 08, 2011
The events in Egypt of late have captured the attention of the world, as many thousands of Egyptians take to the streets both in opposition to and in favor of the current regime. We watch from a distance hoping that events do not spiral further into violence, w ...
Knowing Versus Imposing What's Ethical
February 08, 2011
Among those who champion human liberty – the sovereignty of every adult when it comes to managing one's own life – some hold that if one could know what good conduct amounts to, one would be authorized to impose it on others. Among those who thought this wa ...
West Builds Islam to Create a New War?
February 07, 2011
The US military industrial complex is in trouble and needs enemies. China likely won't do as necessary commercial relations with the West militate against its perception as a world-class enemy. Also China is Westernizing in a way that radical Islam will not. Of ...
Homeopathy Attacked by Big Pharma Supporters
February 07, 2011
Big Pharma has apparently found another target: homeopathy. After relentlessly destroying Britain's Dr. Andrew Wakefield for his temerity to suggest that there might be a link between vaccines and autism or other childhood injuries, homeopathy has now come unde ...
Forcing Us To Do What We Choose Not To Do
February 07, 2011
Over the last couple of years many conservatives have argued against President Obama's health care program on the grounds that it unconstitutionally forces citizens to purchase something they may not want. Imposing this kind of force conduct, they have argued, ...
Richard Maybury on the Collapse of the Anglo-American Empire and What It Means for You
February 06, 2011
The Daily Bell is pleased to present another exclusive interview with Richard Maybury. The former Global Affairs editor of MONEYWORLD, Richard Maybury is one of the most respected business and economics analysts in America. His articles have appeared in major p ...
Central Banks Now Creating Hyperinflation?
February 04, 2011
The decision of Jean-Claude Trichet to ignore rising commodity prices by keeping interest rates low in the Eurozone, may mark the final decisive failure in the latest disastrous central banking cycle. If money velocity continues to rise, one might fairly accuse ...
History Is Being Produced, Not Made
February 04, 2011
The analysis of Haaretz Daily (see excerpt above) is the standard one in today's Western media. Various large societal and economic forces are colliding in the Middle East and elsewhere and thus history is "being made." Here at the Daily Bell, we have expressed ...
Economic Dreamtime Unravels
February 03, 2011
"Double-dip!" was the cry from some observers, "Don't panic!" the call from other quarters, including, to no one's surprise, the Government. The question is, does the GDP figure merely show that the coldest December in 100 years took a deep, but temporary toll, ...
New Revelations Show WikiLeaks Psyops
February 03, 2011
Months ago, long before others began arguing the case, the Daily Bell made the groundbreaking argument that WikiLeaks and Julian Assange in particular were a kind of psyops. Recent revelaitons have only help confirm our view - and others have come around to it ...
The Simple Truth About Gold Leverage Programs
February 03, 2011
A lot of people ride motorcycles, but there's a reason most don't try to be Evel Knievel. Sure, there's a big reward if you can land a jump over 14 school buses – but what if you don't? A new craze among our competitors is to push gold buyers into "leveraged ...
IMF Is Solution to Global Crises – Strauss-Kahn
February 02, 2011
It is fascinating to watch world events unfold through the prism of the Internet. In this AFP article (excerpted above), we can see clearly how Dominique Strauss-Kahn, one of the more brutal and obvious functionaries of the power elite, intends to capitalize on ...
Middle East Dreamtime
February 02, 2011
We want to make it very clear that in this article we are not making light of the many sacrifices the courageous people of the Middle East for freedom. Now that Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak has indicated he will not again run for office, the protests have g ...
Democracy Wont Help Egypt
February 02, 2011
Even without being a Egyptologist I can say with reasonable certainty that it will not help to solve Egypt's problems to make it into an unlimited democracy. What we are likely to get is Lebanon with the heavy hand of Hamas in charge there. In Egypt it looks li ...
Goldman Sachs Whistles Past EU Graveyard?
February 01, 2011
Jim O'Neill is the chairman of Goldman Sachs Asset Management and he believes the Eurozone is healthy enough (see article excerpt above) to carry on. For us, this may constitute a dominant social theme of sorts. The Anglo-American elite, which helped create the ...
Is Middle East Freedom the Bush Legacy?
February 01, 2011
Here at the Bell, we analyze the dominant social themes of the elite; Elliot Abrams who wrote the article excerpted above provides us with an excellent example of the use of what we refer to as the Hegelian dialectic. Who is Elliott Abrams? Among other things, ...
Bring Back, Bring Back, Oh Bring Back My Gold Bond To Me
February 01, 2011
"The mountains went into labor and gave birth - to a mouse! This ancient quotation could be cited to characterize the publication of the long-awaited Financial Crisis Inquiry Report on Thursday, January 27, commissioned by an earlier Congress. Another character ...
The Fed and Job Creation
February 01, 2011
Unemployment continues to plague our economy. In spite of constant claims that we have just turned the corner into recovery, the jobs reports remain grim with no real signs of improvement. While Keynesian economists and big government apologists scratch their h ...
'Buy the Dow' While the US Wilts?
January 31, 2011
Is it really time to put more money into the stock market – especially blue-chip stocks? Sure the multi-nationals are doing a bit better, but despite all the talk of a global world, the dirty secret of America's dominance remains the dollar reserve system. In ...
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