Category Archive: Economics

Sep 28

US sues German bank for being fooled by US

US suing German bank for being fooled by US government Kommentar auf Deutsch: http://laiglesforum.com/4004-2 Die Deutschen müssen ihre Unabhängigkeit erklären by Don Hank The US has just sued Deutsche Bank for around $14 billion [over a $3 billion loss, so kind of exaggerated – but the Fed and US are broke and ths is a desperate …

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Jul 02

More works than fireworks

More works than fireworks Don Hank I want to call your attention to an article by Chuck Baldwin that briefly explains how the international banking cabal has seized the reins of United States politics, media and finance and now controls us. Please save it for reference, read it, reread it, ponder it and let it …

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Sep 18

Russian sanctions hurt (II)

Russian sanctions hurt (II)   by Don Hank I have shown in a previous commentary that sanctions against Russia have really hurt. But not the Russians. They boomeranged on the US. How? By strengthening economic and military relations between Russia/Eurasian region and the rest of the world (eg, the accession of almost all US allies …

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Sep 18

Russian Sanctions hurt

Sanctions against Russia hurt   Don Hank   A reader tells me that the sanctions against Russia have been hurting them financially. This is the perception throughout the West so far, unless you read reports from off the beaten trail. And then you see can easily through the lies. You see, Western oligarchs are focused …

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Aug 25

The elites are doing an about face

  by Don Hank   August 25, 2015   George Friedman, CEO of Stratfor, seems to be following the lead of other prominent Neocon elites. Recently, Kissinger and Soros both warned against taunting the Russian bear or escalating the Ukraine conflict. This was remarkable for them, because they had always generally supported, at least by their …

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Dec 21

Chinese monetary policy expert spills the beans, but not to the West

Warning from top Chinese monetary policy maker My translation of a report in Economic Daily (Jingji Ribao) on the July 20, 2014 interview with Chen Yulu re. RMB internationalization follows below. Note: RMB is the acronym for China’s national currency, the renminbi, also known as the yuan (not to be confused with the Japanese yen). Renmin …

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Oct 05

SOVEREIGNTY: BACK TO WESTPHALIAN PRINCIPLES

  BACK TO WESTPHALIAN PRINCIPLES By Bernard CHALUMEAU The treaties of Westphalia and the genesis of International law.   Like all French school children, we are aware that the Treaties of Westphalia ended the Thirty Years War, which began with the defenestration of Prague in 1618, giving France the Three Bishopricks of Metz, Toul and …

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Apr 01

Dear Secular Humanist: Please Keep Your Religious Views about Abortion out of Politics!

As it happens, many of the ‘facts’ entertained by ‘secularists’ as ‘facts’ have no better basis than Christians have. That being the case, why should the secularist be allowed to impose their ideas on us, but we don’t have the right to try to do the same to them?

Jul 15

Why the West is deliberately failing

by Don Hank The prophets prophesy falsely, and the priests bear rule by their means; and my people love to have it so… The scientific method, while still used in scientific experiments in the laboratory and clinic, has long been abandoned in the persuasive arts, notably journalism, but also in politics. Any journalist analyzing facts …

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Jun 19

The EU expands further

Quote: Prime Minister, Ted Heath when he said in a Government White Paper of July 1971, “There is no question of any erosion of essential national sovereignty”. (On a TV current affairs programme in 1990, he was asked if he had known that this statement was untrue. His answer was “Of course, yes”.) There is …

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