By Dan DicksThe Bank of Canada has lowered interest rates yet again, this time half a percent. Of course, the rational among the establishment is that this is like taking out insurance on the economy. We're just giving ourselves some cushion so if the economy tanks we can keep our debts financed.In this video Dan Dicks of Press For Truth calls them out on their bull and correctly points out that these economic problems can be deduced to relevant factors and they are: central banks and fiat money [...]
All over the planet, large banks are massively overexposed to derivatives contracts. Interest rate derivatives account for the biggest chunk of these derivatives contracts. According to the Bank for International Settlements, the notional value of all interest rate derivatives contracts outstanding around the globe is a staggering 505 trillion dollars. Considering the fact that the U.S. national debt is only 18 trillion dollars, that is an amount of money that is almost incomprehensible. [...]
Children who were seized from their parents against their will and forced into foster care.
by Steven R. Isham M.A., L.B.S.W
Health Impact News
The philosophy of “best interest of the child” sounds so very wonderful. It must keep children safe and help them to be successful for the remainder of their lives. Taking them from horrible parents, away from the abuse/neglect and placing them with foster parents in wonderful foster homes is the true solution to one of society’s worst corruptio [...]
Mac SlavoActivist PostAs everyone knows by now, the Federal Reserve’s main tool in economic warfare has become hyper low interest rates and, thus, extremely cheap money for large institutions vis-à-vis the controversial reign of QE – quantitative easing.Now, the how-low-can-you-go climate has created negative interest rates, meaning not only that many investments carry no return but that many deposits cost money.Well-known Citigroup economist William Buiter says the solution to th [...]
The question was “If some financial entity “loaned” you a sum of money at 0% interest, and did not attach a specific repayment date to the (supposed) loan; would you ever repay it? My answer would be only if you are honourable! Of cause I am assuming that we are talking about real money. If we are talking about fictional money (fiat) it doesn’t really matter. [...]
The last 5 minutes where he describes his new venture was pretty interesting. Will have to go check it out this weekend. [...]
(NaturalNews) Since the Great Recession of 2008, something strange has been happening to the country's financial sector, and banking in particular. As in, there is little about the sector that resembles "banking" these days, at least in the sense that most Americans understand it... [...]
by Jeffrey Nichols, Gold Seek:
From day to day and week to week, short-run fluctuations in the price of gold have, of late, been driven almost entirely by expectations of prospective Federal Reserve monetary policies, particularly with respect to short-term interest rates.
In turn, these expectations have been driven by the flow of economic data and the somewhat opaque and contradictory comments by one or another Federal Reserve official.
Here’s what’s going on: signs of an improving eco [...]
from WallStForMainSt: [...]
Dave KranzlerActivist PostThe Comex is a complete fraud. It’s one of the biggest Ponzi schemes in history.With China and Viet Nam (the latter being a major gold importing country) now closed until next Wednesday in observance of their Lunar New Year, the bullion banks have engaged in a major attempt to drive the price of gold lower.Yesterday (Tuesday) 99,000 gold contracts – 9.9 million ounces or 287 tonnes – were sold into the market between 9 a.m and 11 a.m. EST, which h [...]
I have been reading predictions of all kinds regarding earth, money, conspiracy, etc. Harvey is not the first person to be wrong in a prediction. [...]
(NaturalNews) In a sane world, developed countries consider financial debt to be a bad thing, especially when it comes to consumer debt, because overwhelming consumer debt is bad when governments are trying to grow their economies.Growing economies solve a lot of problems for... [...]
(NaturalNews) In these days of declining paychecks and rising prices, people are hard pressed to get the most for their money. With every new dollar that is printed the value of your hard earned savings decreases and much buying power is lost. The conventional way to offset this decrease... [...]
from Wolf Street:
Commerzbank, Germany’s second-largest bank, a toppling marvel of ingenuity during the Financial Crisis that was bailed out by ever dutiful if unenthusiastic taxpayers, will now reward these very folks with what Germans have come to look forward to: the Wrath of Draghi.
It started with Deutsche Skatbank, a division of VR-Bank Altenburger Land. The small bank was the trial balloon in imposing the Wrath of Draghi on savers and businesses. Effective November 1, those with over [...]
by Peter Cooper, Arabian Money:
The Goldman Sachs’ argument about further falls in the gold price does have a fundamental flaw. The economic scenario it proposes it not very likely to happen, ergo gold prices are on the floor now and set to rise substantially in the very near future. What the bears at this house have argued about gold is quite simple, as they say: ‘We expect gold prices to come under significant downward pressure once the US economic recovery strengthens and the US Federal [...]
from Sovereign Man:
Don Quixote is easily one of the most entertaining books of the Renaissance, if not all-time. And almost everyone’s heard of it, even if they haven’t read it. You know the basic plot line- Alonso Quixano becomes fixated with the idea of chivalry and sets out to single-handedly resurrect knighthood. His wanderings take him far across the land where he gets involved in comic adventures that are terribly inconvenient for the other characters. He famously assaults a group of [...]
Jefferey JaxenActivist PostWe are witnessing a stunning reversal of events in the face of the present Ebola scare consuming North America. The drum beatings of fear played all to often by the mainstream media have given way to a symphony of personal empowerment, education, and a mass social movement to take back our health freedom.The threat of Ebola initially grabbed headlines and paralyzed millions who lacked understanding. Answers were sought amidst the fear peddling and confusion yet few wer [...]
Health Impact News Editor Comments
The mainstream media’s top “expert” on vaccines is unquestionably Dr. Paul Offit. Dr. Paul Offit is infamously known among vaccine safety advocates as the doctor who has gone on record stating that he believes a baby can handle as many as 10,000 vaccines during infancy.
Dr. Offit is a dangerous man. If he gets his way, he will make all vaccines mandatory for every single child in America. He wants to take away parental choice when it comes to [...]
The CDC currently spends over $4 billion purchasing vaccines from drug makers, and wants to increase that amount by over a half billion for 2015. Source.
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Is the CDC Trustworthy in Overseeing Vaccine Safety?
Do you trust the U.S. Centers for Disease Control (CDC) to oversee vaccine safety when they have an annual budget of over $4 billion to purchase vaccines from drug companies? In 2015, they want to increase that amount by another half a billion dollars (see [...]
from WallStForMainSt: [...]
Bank will raise interest rates in "small, slow increases." [...]
Documents Detail Road Map of over 200 Conflict-of-Interest Rulings that led to $48 Million in Income for Clinton Entities. [...]
from Gold Silver Worlds:
Investor and industrial consumption of silver has advanced at a healthy pace in 2014, reflected in the silver price increasing 5 percent as of July 15 from the beginning of the year.
Building on an impressive 2013, investors continued to boost silver holdings in the first half of 2014. Silver exchange traded funds (ETF) backed by physical silver added 7.0 million ounces (Moz) of silver bullion through June; in contrast, gold ETF holdings dipped by 1.4 Moz ounces over [...]
Starting July 1, all new loans for the 2013/2014 student year will increase from 3.86% to 4.66%, a 20% increase. [...]
Another government agency stands down. [...]
The order is another victory in EFF’s Freedom of Information Act lawsuit against the DOJ. [...]
by Kristin Tate, Breitbart:
Thousands of minors who entered the country illegally are flooding the U.S.-Mexico border and overwhelming federal resources. During a press conference on Thursday, Department of Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson implied that many of the foreign children will remain in the U.S. The secretary said that President Obama’s Health and Human Services (HHS) will first and foremost use resources to act in the best interest of each child.
Johnson said that 24,000 [...]