Dollar Vigilante Warns of September 2015 Crash: “There Are a Lot of Things Going On… a Lot of Crazy Things”

The warnings signs of a coming collapse of the global financial system are starting to appear everywhere. From currency machinations in the United State and Europe to government exercises and simulations preparing the military and law enforcement for widespread civil unrest, it seems that those those in the upper echelons of the global power structure know that it is only a matter of time. Though the exact path to the next financial crisis is still unclear, there are a host of possible trigger events that could send the system into a tailspin in rapid fashion. The Dollar Vigilante Jeff Berwick, one of the most well known contrarian financial analysts in the world, suggests that the reckoning may come in the Fall of 2015. Berwick doesn’t make forecasts such as this lightly, but as he notes, there are a lot of crazy things going on and it’s just amazing to see all of these […] Read More

The Rigging Triangle Exposed: The JPMorgan-British Petroleum-Bank Of England Cartel Full Frontal

The name Dick Usher is familiar to regular readers: he was the head of spot foreign exchange for JPMorgan, and the bank’s alleged chief FX market manipulator, who was promptly fired after it was revealed that JPM was the bank coordinating the biggest FX rigging scheme in history, as initially revealed in “Another JPMorganite Busted For “Bandits’ Club” Market Manipulation.” Subsequent revelations – which would have been impossible without the tremendous reporting of Bloomberg’s Liam Vaughan – showed that JPM was not alone: as recent legal actions confirmed, virtually every single bank was also a keen FX rigging participant. However, the undisputed ringleader was always America’s largest bank, which would make sense: having a virtually unlimited balance sheet, JPM could outlast practically any margin call, and make money while its far smaller peers were closed out of trades… and existence. But while the past year revealed that FX rigging […] Read More

The Fed Has A Big Surprise Waiting For You

Submitted by Raul Ilargi Meijer via The Automatic Earth blog, Risdon Tillery Greenwich House day care, New York May 1944 The topic of potential interest rate hikes by central banks is no longer ever far from any serious mind interested in finance. Still, the consensus remains that it will take a while longer, it will take place in a very gradual fashion, and it will all be telegraphed through forward guidance to anyone who feels they have a need or a right to know. Sounds like complacency, doesn’t it? Now, it seems obvious that the Bank of Japan and the ECB are not about to hike rates tomorrow morning. In Europe, dozens of national politicians wouldn’t accept it, and in Japan, it would mean an early end to many things including Shinzo Abe. But the Bank of England and the Fed are another story. Though if the Yes side […] Read More

Lessons From Central Bank Crisis Management (Intervention) During Wall Street’s First Crash (1792)

The New York Fed’s historical appreciation society has looked back at what was likely the US’ first crash and foud that Alexander Hamilton’s actions in 1792 which they claim “appears to have effectively managed the crisis with little or no long-term spillover to the economy,” has now become the blueprint for manipulative intervention until this day by the central planners who know far better than ‘us’ collectively… Authored by James Narron and David Skeie of Liberty Street Economics. As we observed in our last post on the Continental Currency Crisis, the finances of the United States remained chaotic through the 1780s as the young government moved to establish its credit. U.S. Congress was finally given the power of taxation in 1787 and, in 1789, Alexander Hamilton was appointed as the first Secretary of the Treasury. Hamilton moved quickly to begin paying off war debts and to establish a national […] Read More

2014: Former Central Banker Admits “[They] Are Making It Up As They Go Along”

Submitted by Tim Price via Sovereign Man blog, A few weeks ago, William White (former economist at the Bank of England, the Bank of Canada, and Bank of International Settlements) made a frank admission. And while we search for assets whose prices are less obviously distorted by malign government intervention, it’s refreshing to hear a mea culpa from a member of the economics “profession”. White said: “The analytical underpinnings of what we [mainstream economists] do are actually pretty shaky. A reflection of that fact, is that virtually every aspect you can think of with respect to monetary policy, about best practice, has changed and changed repetitively over the course of the last 50 years. So, this stuff ain’t science. “Think about what’s happened recently. One, its completely unprecedented. People are making it up as they go along. This is hardly science – building on the pillars of the past. […] Read More

1976: Ownership of Federal Reserve

REAL ownership of the US Federal Reserve Bank. It is not owned by the American Government, never was. Seems to me that the REAL control of the United States is spelled out in these pages. Money from nothing and the planet for free. Chart 1 ** Federal Reserve Directors: A Study of Corporate and Banking Influence – – Published 1976 Chart 1 reveals the linear connection between the Rothschilds and the Bank of England, and the London banking houses which ultimately control the Federal Reserve Banks through their stockholdings of bank stock and their subsidiary firms in New York. The two principal Rothschild representatives in New York, J. P. Morgan Co., and Kuhn,Loeb & Co. were the firms which set up the Jekyll Island Conference at which the Federal Reserve Act was drafted, who directed the subsequent successful campaign to have the plan enacted into law by Congress, and who […] Read More

2013: Cyprus is Only The Beginning for Global Banking

Well here we go, what kind of world do we live in? Where banks and corporations(now labeled “piece of crap”) can steal, lie and take advantage of the normal person. Then claim foul, that they don’t have the money/goods that is needed, they made mistakes, we are SORRY:(! Then it decided to save the piece of crap because its too big of a piece of crap, so then they have the government do the same to the same people, and give it back to the piece of crap. WTF? Shares, euro retreat as Cyprus euphoria fades – Reuters http://news.google.com New York Times – Shares, euro retreat as Cyprus euphoria fades Reuters… YORK (Reuters) – Global equity markets and the euro retreated on Monday after a senior euro-zone official said the Cyprus bailout reached earlier could be used to shape other regio …   MF Global And The Cypriot Banking […] Read More

The U.S. Personal Income Tax: It Goes to The Family Rothschild

By William Dean A. Garner The Rothschild-Owned Federal Reserve Bank: “I’ve got you, my pretties!” The more people like me speak out about this, the more will scratch their heads and go, “No way!” or “You’re an idiot, Garner!” or, worst of all, “You’re not an American!” I’ve heard this crap before, and it always comes from ignorant souls who just don’t understand how the political and economic systems work in the western world. After more than 30 years of anecdotal research, connecting thousands of dots across an endless sky, a distinct pattern begins to emerge, something I’ll share a bit with you here. First, there’re other brave souls out there who also have researched this contentious topic, and have drawn similar conclusions. And we’ve all done so independently, which makes our conclusions all the more striking. I’ve said this before and it bears repeating: the evil family Rothschild, […] Read More

Causes of Financial Crises and Theories for Economic Recovery

by Dr. K R Bolton It is the nature of parasites that they eventually destroy their hosts, and either move to another host or self-destruct through their own parasitism. The financial system under which the Western world, and much of the non-Western world, has operated for generations, is fundamentally parasitic and therefore destructive. It is parasitic in the sense of taking without returning anything positive to the host. The host is the nation-state, the individual, the family, the businessman, the farmer, the community the world; the parasite is the bank. While there are entire disciplines and professions devoted to explaining economics, the manner by which the financial system operates and the way in which its inherent flaws can be eliminated is comparatively straight-forward: The fundamental question is: If a private bank can create and lend credit as a profit-making commodity by charging interest, then why can’t a government create […] Read More