Category Archives: europe

The Latest Country to Defy the Banksters – Will a Stampede Eventually Follow?

Resistance to Banker Rule Spreads As we’ve discussed before, the bankers have need of keeping the dream of Eurasia from becoming a reality. It is the thing which they pull out all the stops to prevent. Many countries in the recent past, especially those in the Middle East, or in Europe’e periphery, who’ve dared to Read More

China Moving to Replace USA as Financial Capitol of World – Martin Armstrong

A vital step in the shift of the Financial Capitol of the World moving from the West to the East, is becoming visible if you pay attention. Our model has revealed that the Financial Capitol of the World moves with the rise and fall of nations. China on the verge of becoming a net exporter Read More

Paul Craig Roberts – This New Crisis Is Worse Than Russia Unleashing Black Swans Against The West

Today Dr. Paul Craig Roberts warned King World News that this latest and developing crisis is even worse than Russia unleashing black swans against the West. Dr. Roberts also discussed how a series of falling dominos will result in the breakup of Europe, the collapse of NATO, and the end of the euro. Eric King: Read More

China Prepares To Bailout Russia – East Continues to Break Away from West

Earlier this evening China’s State Administration of Foreign Exchange’s (SAFE) Wang Yungui noted “the impact of the Russian Ruble depreciation was unclear yet, and, as Bloomberg reported, “SAFE is closely watching Ruble’s depreciation and encouraging companies to hedge Ruble risks.” His comments also echoed the ongoing FX reform agenda aimed at increasing Yuan flexibility which Read More

The Deteriorating Economic Outlook – Wake-Up, Face Facts & Prepare

By Paul Craig Roberts, Dave Kranzler and John Williams. The third and final estimate (until the annual GDP revisions) of first quarter 2014 real GDP growth released June 25 by the US Bureau of Economic Analysis was a 2.9% contraction in GDP growth, a 5.5 percentage point difference from the January forecast of 2.6% growth. Apparently, the Read More