The story line is going out that the economic boom is weakening and the Federal Reserve has to get the printing press running again. The Fed uses the money to purchase bonds, which drives up the prices of bonds and lowers the interest rate. Continue reading
In 1987, Paul Kennedy, a British professor of history at Yale University, unleashed a political and intellectual firestorm with the publication of his great (677-page) book, “The Rise and Fall of the Great Powers.” Kennedy produced a magisterial overview of the competition for global power over the past 500 years from 1500 AD to the present. Continue reading
Prior to WTC Building 7’s “mysterious” destruction, Larry Silverstein is said to have uttered, “Pull it, pull it!”,
while the structure was still burning.
We are also told that the exact time when the fiat dollar finally crashes is when the banks tell us exactly the opposite of how the fiat dollar is actually doing.