Bank for International Settlements on Big Banks

June 26, 2012 by · Leave a Comment 

The shadow-banking component that adds to the risk of non-regulatory oversight just deepens the mystery behind the most powerful banking institution that runs roughshod over global finance. In order to gain an insight into the complexity of deception, examine the function of the BIS. The granddaddy of all central banks, the Bank for International Settlement, latest BIS Annual Report 2011/2012, foretells future financial consolidation.

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Watergate to Fast and Furious

June 24, 2012 by · Leave a Comment 

The Department of Justice has a long record of acting as the dictatorship of jurisprudence. Acting like council to the mob, the “Consigliore” Attorney General plots protection rackets for the ultimate organized crime syndicate. Eric Holder is the latest in a long line of lawyers that distort and stretch credibility to the theater of the absurd. Making up legal arguments to distort or conceal culpability is a prime prerequisite to serve as the chief law enforcement thug for the current President.

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Immigration Hurts American Employment

June 19, 2012 by · Leave a Comment 

Facts mean very little in any debate about immigration north of the Rio Grande. One such example comes from a bastion of journalism, the Daily Beast. Arian Campo-Flores in an article, Why Americans Think (Wrongly) That Illegal Immigrants Hurt the Economy, cites an economist, Gordon Hanson in a 2005 paper.

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Unemployment as a Lifestyle

June 12, 2012 by · Leave a Comment 

All one hears is that the lack of jobs is the number one economic problem. Well documented are endless examples of systemic destruction in employment opportunities. The negative consequences of off shoring corporate jobs are undeniable. Up until now, the little attention placed on the psychological mindsets that build the structural impediments for a healthy main street economy, keep a serious discussion on jobs, just going in circles.

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Vladimir Putin Nemesis of the New World Order

June 10, 2012 by · Leave a Comment 

Mother Russia is a much different country from the Stalin gulags. With all the faults of a long tradition of authoritarian rule, it is natural for observers in the West to be suspect of the latest would be Czar. The remnants of the cold war linger with concerns of the true motives and goals of a second Vladimir Putin era. By most reliable accounts, he never left the power circle prior to his return as President. Upon his latest election, The Guardian published an article Putin’s election victory is a headache for the west. “Nobody is any doubt that the Putin who returns to the Kremlin in May is the same Putin who has effectively run Russia for the past 12 years – prickly, uncompromising, suspicious and fond of snide remarks about western hypocrisy and double standards.”

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Advantages of Chinese Trade Policy

June 5, 2012 by · Leave a Comment 

“The Chinese may take risks far more than average Americans do, thanks to advice from traditional proverbs.”

The saying “At a good bargain, think twice” is pretty risk-averse. On the other hand, a typical Chinese proverb such as “Seize an opportunity and make good use of it” shows how risk-taking is ingrained in Chinese culture.

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The Killer Elite Hit List

June 3, 2012 by · Leave a Comment 

The notorious Nixon hit list seems so placid when compared to the actual lethal force used by President Barack Obama, that one wonders how long it will be before the drone fleet turns their target munitions inside our own borders. The recent disclosure that Barry Soetoro, AKA, Barack Hussein Obama pours over a master list of threats against the establishment regime and picks the most dangerous candidates for surgical removal, demonstrates the care and precision used against “certified terrorists”. Such is the latest method of keeping the institutions of the “Homeland” safe from nasty combatants that challenge the officially recognized empire.

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