2015: “Cornering The Earth” – How The Rothschilds “Controlled At Least One Third Of Global Wealth” Over 100 Years Ago

One week ago we presented the prophetic work of Alfred Owen Crozier who in 1912 penned “U.S. Money vs Corporation Currency” in which, together with 30 illustrations that captured Wall Street precisely as it would turn out some 103 later year, he explained why the the “Aldrich Plan” proposal, infamously crafted in secrecy by a small group of bankers and their bought politicians on Jekyll Island to establish a National Reserve Association, a money printing-predecessor to the Federal Reserve, would lead to untold pain, suffering ans war. The Aldrich Plan was defeated only to bring the Federal Reserve Act of 1913, and the most deadly 30-year period of warfare in human history. And while we urge everyone to read the Crozier’s book for its profound insight, and its painful reminder that even in the “New Normal” there is absolutely nothing new, as everything that has happened was foretold over […] Read More

2015: The Truth About The Monetary Stimulus Illusion

Authored by Tadashi Nakamae of Nakamae International Economic Research, Perhaps economic policymakers, including Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen and the Bank for International Settlements, should take a closer look at Japan, China, and yes, the United States when debating the limits of monetary stimulus and the dangerous nature of financial bubbles. The discussion is happening too late to be anything more than an intellectual exercise. Since its inception in 2008, easy monetary policy has created very few positive effects for the real economy—and has created considerable (and in some cases unforeseen) negative effects as well. The BIS warns of financial bubbles. Quantitative easing has already created asset price bubbles in the United States and elsewhere, and an investment bubble (this includes capital expenditure and real estate) in China and other emerging markets. Meanwhile, this policy has failed to have a positive impact on the real economy partly because central […] Read More