The Threat Of Rising Food Prices

This is as much a part of what’s wrong with our financial sector as the Greek and Irish debt crises. Read more of this post

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Hungary, Ireland And Others Snatch Retirement Accounts Is California Next?

The avalanche of failing governments in Europe has left many legislators with no choice but to seize European taxpayer savings and pension accounts to cover the governments’ bills. Read more of this post

EU’s Economic Recovery Gloomy – IMF

The International Monetary Fund (IMF) warns that the euro zone debt crisis could dash EU’s hopes for economic recovery, amid continuing financial turmoil in the region. Read more of this post

The US Economy In 2011

The 2011 seems to usher in some good news after the long economic slump. At least that is what the experts have to say. Though not a major economic punch, but the betterment can be felt in ripples. Read more of this post

Crisis of Fiat Currencies: US Dollar Surpluses Converted into Gold China, Russia, Iran are Dumping the Dollar

Something is going on that your government does not want you to know about. Very few journalists have written about it and Read more of this post

Ireland Swallows Bitter Pill Asked For Bailout

Debt-crippled Ireland formally applied Sunday for a massive EU-IMF loan to stem the flight of capital from its banks, joining Greece Read more of this post

Emerging Economies Ready To Counter The Federal Reserve Latest Liquidity Injection

Emerging economies expressed their disappointment with the Fed which makes even more difficult a significant agreement on global misbalances and exchange rates in the coming G-20 summit next week in Seoul, Korea. Read more of this post

US Dollar Begins Crash in Response to QE2 as Gold Scores New High

Earlier this year, Lindsey Williams told Alex Jones the globalists would devalue the dollar and jack up the price of oil. Read more of this post

2010 US Bank Failures Rose to 143 Surpassing 2009

On Friday, State and Federal regulators closed four banks, as the total number of bank failures this year rose to 143, surpassing 2009 which saw a total of 140 bank failures amid the recession and mounting loan defaults. Read more of this post

S&P Downgrades Barbados Credit Ratings Again

The Barbados Economy remains in a state of depression. Read more of this post

The Global Currency War

The Finance Ministers of 187 nations began meeting in Washington, DC on Thursday, Oct. 7, 2010 to discuss the growing concerns that the world is now in the grip of an “international currency war” initiated by China. Read more of this post

12 Ominous Signs For World Financial Markets

Can anyone explain the very strange behavior that we are seeing in world financial markets right now? Read more of this post

18 Signs That America Is Rotting Right In Front Our Eyes

Sometimes it isn’t necessary to quote facts and figures about government debt, unemployment and the trade deficit in order to convey how badly America is decaying. Read more of this post

Top Economists: The Second Great Depresson Has Arrived

The worst nightmare forecast by economic specialists over the previous years has come true: new research by economic gurus in the United States of America has revealed a bleak scenario: the United States’ economy is in a state of depression. Read more of this post

IMF Warns Countries Of Debt Risks

The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has warned that many wealthy countries are amassing risky debt burdens, which could spark a market-wide panic. Read more of this post

The Stunning Decline Of Barack Obama

The last few weeks have been a nightmare for President Obama, in a summer of discontent in the United States which has deeply unsettled the ruling liberal elites, so much so that even the Left has begun to turn against the White House. Read more of this post

Greece – Now 2 Million Public Servants On Strike In Spain – Italy Next

Nearly 2 million Spanish state employees have stopped work in anger over government spending cuts that will see them lose about 5 per cent of their salary. Read more of this post

32 US States Brankrupt Must Borrowed For Unemployment Payments!!!

According to EconomicPolicyJournal.com 32 US states have run out of funds to make unemployment benefit payments. The end result is that the federal government has been supplying these states with funds so that they can make their  payments to the unemployed. Read more of this post

Chaos!!! – Euro Leaders Try To Stem Panic As Greek Crisis Goes Global

European leaders moved last night to shore up confidence amid chaos on global stock markets as the Greek debt crisis looked like spiralling out of control. Read more of this post

Now We Know The Truth The Financial Meltdown Wasn’t A Mistake – It Was A Con

The global financial crisis, it is now clear, was caused not just by the bankers’ colossal mismanagement. No, it was due also to the new financial complexity offering up the opportunity for widespread, systemic fraud. Read more of this post

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