Osama bin Laden Documents Prove Financial Terrorism?

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September 02, 2011Sep 02, 2011

Another objection to the financial terror/economic warfare hypothesis we put forth starting in late 2008 has been that Terrorists don't target economies. Instead, the critics say,...

Selling China the Rope to Hang Us

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September 02, 2011Sep 02, 2011

Over the past three years, I have spent countless hours briefing and educating members of the national security establishment and policy makers. The sad thing is...

China's Yuan To Challenge Dollar Much Sooner Than Previously Expected

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August 31, 2011Aug 31, 2011

The traditional view has been that China is an export-dependent economy that will permanently attempt to keep its currency artificially low in world markets. Thus, when...

Why is Hugo Chavez Taking His Money Out?

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August 30, 2011Aug 30, 2011

It was recently reported that Venezuela was moving virtually all of its reserves (approaching $20 billion) held in Swiss and British banks to China, Russia and Brazil,...

What Aren't We Being Told?

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August 29, 2011Aug 29, 2011

Today's issue of Jewish World Review covers a story we have been following closely. What concerns us the most about this story is the alleged connection...

The Destructive Power of Financial Markets

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August 29, 2011Aug 29, 2011

There was a very interesting article in Der Spiegel Online last week titled The Destructive Power of Financial Markets. The article was focused on how financial...

The Soros Solution

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August 21, 2011Aug 21, 2011

Billionaire hedge fund manager George Soros has shared his suggestion on how to solve the European debt crisis that has been plaguing the global financial markets....

China Threatens Economic War

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August 19, 2011Aug 19, 2011

We have been warning that the Chinese are preparing for Economic War for quite some time. In fact, we believe they have been waging it in...

Understanding the Market's Gyrations

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August 11, 2011Aug 11, 2011

The recent market gyrations are suspicious to say the least. Stock prices collapsed almost 20% in a few weeks including several declines of 400 points or...

S&P Downgrades U.S. Treasury Debt

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August 05, 2011Aug 05, 2011

After the market closed, S&P announced a downgrade of U.S. Treasury debt. In addition, they left the outlook negative suggesting that further downgrades are possible in...