Iraq Partition - The Real Strategy Is About To Succeed - By Tom Mysiewicz (16/6/14) PDF Print E-mail
Tom Mysiewicz   
Monday, 16 June 2014 07:15

therebel.org / Wisodm Fund

“The events that are taking place in Iraq are an illustration of a complete failure of the venture started by the US and the UK that allowed it to spiral out of control completely” Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov recently told journalists.

Mr. Lavrov, I’m sure, knows better and is merely speaking for the press regarding the stated goals of the Iraq war.  For the Anglo-Americans and their Israeli cohorts knew full well even before the 2003 invasion what they were doing and what the outcome would be.  Very possibly, Mr. Lavrov never read my Oct. 2nd, 2005 predictions of Iraq’s fate in a Media Monitors article entitled “The End”.

“What has been the end of the Neocon's Iraq strategy from the start?...For some two years prior to the Iraq war, in Council of Foreign Relations and other elite circles, stories were circulated about the benefits of partitioning Iraq into Shiite, Sunni and Kurdish regions for the benefit of the "Greater Mid East" (read instead: "Eretz Israel")...This could lead to a bloody civil war--easily anticipated prior to the U.S. invasion--and probably leave the Israelis in control of the majority of Iraq's oil through proxies in a future Kurdistan…A depopulated, destroyed Iraq will be in no position to prevent the diversion of its oil supplies and water from the Tigris and Euphrates to Eretz Israel. Further, the conflict could spill over into Syria and Iran and other regional states, possibly drawing them into a conflict reminiscent of the Iran-Iraq war.”



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'Now Is The Time To Prepare For Next Crisis' Says World Bank As IMF Warns Of Housing Crashes - By GoldCore (13/6/14) PDF Print E-mail
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Friday, 13 June 2014 19:50

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How The Fed Works (And Its Massive Conflict Of Interest) - By Simon Black (12/6/14) PDF Print E-mail
Simon Black   
Wednesday, 11 June 2014 20:30

Sovereign Man Blog

Henry Ford once said, “It is well that the people of the nation do not understand our banking and monetary system, for if they did, I believe there would be a revolution before tomorrow morning.”

He was right about at least one thing– it’s true that hardly anyone on the planet really understands the monetary system… or the way that central bankers manipulate the entire global economy.

I’ve met some seriously smart people who are very high up in finance. Senior bankers, traders, fund managers, etc. And even -they- don’t really understand it.


Everyone just presumes that there are some really smart guys and gals who make policy decisions from their ivory towers. We’re told that they know what they’re doing, and we’re just all supposed to trust them.



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Alasdair Macleod: All You Need To Know About Negative Interest Rates - The Implications Of The ECB's Radical Decision - By Adam Taggart (12/6/14) PDF Print E-mail
Adam Taggart   
Wednesday, 11 June 2014 20:19

Peak Prosperity

On Thursday, the European Central Bank (ECB) took the historically unprecedented step of lowering certain of its interest rates below 0%. In a report to our premium subscribers immediately following the announcement, Chris likened the move to the policy equivalent of dropping a neutron bomb.

In the days following, despite the ECB attempting to clarify its stance further, many questions still linger; most notably: What exactly will the implications of this negative interest rate (NIRP) policy be?

We've asked our European correspondent, Alasdair Macleod, to lay things out in black as white as much as is possible. In this detailed pod-cast with Chris, he explains exactly what steps the ECB is undertaking, what the most probable ramifications will be, and where the highest degrees of risk now lie:

The reason we have got into this silly situation is you have got a two-way pull. On the one hand, you have got the central banks saying we need to get this economy going; which basically means that banks have got to lend to non-financial corporations in the EU in order to get these economies going. This is the sort of standard central bank mantra.



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"Europe Would Be The First To Go" - Excerpt From “WORLD WAR II, The Unknown War” - By Paul Craig Roberts (11/6/14) PDF Print E-mail
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Wednesday, 11 June 2014 16:13

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