Did the Fed Already Decide the 2020 US Election?

1 July 2019 — New Eastern Outlook

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As of beginning July 2019 prospects look positive for a re-election of Donald Trump as President in November 2020. Headline stock market and GDP figures all look positive…at the present. The huge unanswered question is whether that can be sustained until the fateful elections. We see signs already that spell potential trouble for the Republicans.

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Anglo-American Money Owners Organized World War II (II) By Valentin KATASONOV

5 May 2015 — Strategic Culture Foundation

Part I

The Bank of International Settlements (BIS) played an important role during the Second World War. It was created as an outpost of American interests in Europe and a link between Anglo-American and German businesses, a kind of offshore zone for cosmopolitan capital providing a shelter from political processes, wars, sanctions and other things. The Bank was created as a public commercial entity, it’s immunity from government interference and such things as taxes collection was guaranteed by international agreement signed in the Hague in 1930.

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How the Federal Reserve and the Bank of England are Fueling Massive Global Inequality By Steve Rushton

19 December 2013 — Occupy.com

“Following World War II, the U.S. dollar was adopted as the world’s reserve currency against the wishes of the pre-eminent economist John Maynard Keynes,” Joel Benjamin tells me, “cementing the economic and political power of the U.S. Federal Reserve.” Continue reading

The Entire Fiat Money System is Bankrupt: Demise of the Global US Fiat Dollar Reserve Currency By Matthias Chang

1 November 2013 — Global Research

It’s been a while since I last wrote an article on the on-going financial crisis. I don’t write for the sake of writing, as others do because they have to do so, on account of their subscribers who pay hefty subscription fees and demand their money’s worth.

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Larry Summers and the Secret “End-Game” Memo By Greg Palast

22 August 2013 — Vice Magazine

When a little birdie dropped the End Game memo through my window, its content was so explosive, so sick and plain evil, I just couldn’t believe it. 
 
The Memo confirmed every conspiracy freak’s fantasy:  that in the late 1990s, the top US Treasury officials secretly conspired with a small cabal of banker big-shots to rip apart financial regulation across the planet.  When you see 26.3% unemployment in Spain, desperation and hunger in Greece, riots in Indonesia and Detroit in bankruptcy, go back to this End Game memo, the genesis of the blood and tears.
 
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New at Strategic Culture Foundation 30 December 2012 – 5 January 2013: USA / Kyrgyzstan / Zbigniew Brzezinski

5 January 2012Strategic Culture Foundation

US Federal Reserve System Should Be Nationalized

03.01.2013 | 00:00 | Olga SHEDROVA

The United States is the only state in the world destitute of the right to issue its own currency. The role of central bank is carried out by the Federal Reserve System – a joint stock company created by 12 Federal Reserve Banks created in their turn by commercial banks on a territorial basis. The state has no money. Continue reading

Why Carney’s Appointment as Bank of England Governor Should be Challenged By Hugo Radice

5 December 2012 — The Bullet • Socialist Project • E-Bulletin No. 739

The appointment of Mark Carney as next Governor of the Bank of England has been greeted with universal acclaim. In the House of Commons Ed Balls was quick to congratulate Chancellor George Osborne on his choice, and on the evening TV news both former Chancellor Alistair Darling and self-styled monetary maverick David Blanchflower were of the same opinion. Here was a giant of financial regulation, with a PhD in economics, ten years at Goldman Sachs, singlehandedly responsible for guiding Canada to the quickest post-2008 recovery among the G7 countries, and appointed in 2008 to chair the Financial Stability Board set up by the G20. So what’s not to like?

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Rights and regime change By Shahnaz Durrani

16 February 2012Asia Times Online: Rights and regime change

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The dawn of twenty-first century has brought a new phenomenon in its wake, which unfortunately has been little questioned or debated: the right of the mightiest to regime change. Where earlier the pretext of communism’s displacement reigned, followed by orthodox theocracy, now is the age of supplanting assertive regimes, even though they may be progressive and their ouster may mean the power of the religious orthodoxy.

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Follow the Money: Behind the European Debt Crisis Lie More Bank Bailouts By David McNally

23 September 2011 — The Bullet Socialist Project E-Bulletin No. 547 – www.davidmcnally.org

While I was cursing the inane mainstream commentary on the global economy recently, I was reminded of a pivotal scene in the 1976 movie, All the President’s Men. As two young reporters investigate the burglary of Democratic Party offices in the Watergate Hotel, a disgruntled, high-ranking FBI agent, code-named Deep Throat, advises, “Follow the money. Always follow the money.”

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