Category: Banksters

Extremes become more extreme

by Alasdair Macleod, GoldMoney Gold and silver continued to drift lower over the course of the week, with gold trading at $1,145 and silver at $15.02 in early European trade this morning. This is close to the lowest prices we...

Creditism: A System For Creating Debt Slavery

Creditism: A System For Creating Debt Slavery

by Jeff Nielson, Bullion Bulls Canada A recent commentary introduced readers to a new term: “creditism”. This term was carefully defined and explained to readers as a contrast to capitalism, an ideology with which most readers consider themselves to be...

‘Plan B’ Needed As Euro One Recession Away From Implosion – David McWilliams

‘Plan B’ Needed As Euro One Recession Away From Implosion – David McWilliams

by Mark O’Byrne, GoldCore – Euro is one recession away from implosion – David McWilliams – Mismanagement of euro “both laughable and terrifying” – “When economic negotiations stop making economic sense, you should begin to question the motives of the...

Credit deflation and gold

by Alasdair Macleod, GoldMoney There is a common view in financial markets that credit deflation is bad for gold prices, because gold nowadays is regarded as an asset to be sold in the scramble for cash when people are forced...

Debt is the barbarous relic. Not gold.

Debt is the barbarous relic. Not gold.

by Simon Black, Sovereign Man “The first form of culture,” wrote historian Will Durant, “is agriculture.” And he was right. When human beings discovered 10,000 years ago that the soil would provide more food than they could possibly eat, this...

The Only Thing Growing Is Debt

by John Rubino, Dollar Collapse The past few days have seen another batch of blah economic reports in the US: (Reuters) – Weak U.S. retail sales hint at slower economic growth Retail sales last month were broadly weak, with receipts...

The Fiscal Grand Canyon

by Dr. Jeffrey Lewis, Silver-Coin-Investor The cycle of hyperinflation is already upon us. It was set in motion long ago. We are in the ultimate conundrum. Politically, the US Government, Treasury, and Central Banks must satisfy – pay for –...