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One has not only an ability to perceive the world, but an ability to alter one's perception of it; more simply, one can change things by the manner in which one looks at them.
- Tom Robbins


10/31/2014
Dow hits record as stocks rise worldwide on Japanese stimulus
As the Fed removes the punchbowl, Japanese central bankers subsitute a bigger punchbowl of their own. Von Mises' crackup boom continues to accelerate.  full article...
10/31/2014
Ex-UBS trader defense could be threat to US forex cases
A Swiss currency trader challenges the jurisdiction of US courts over his actions.  full article...
10/31/2014
Roubini: Credit bubble is a real risk
The credit bubble is a real risk. Stopping the flow of credit is also a risk.  full article...
10/31/2014
Consumer spending weakest in eight months as savings jump
Since 2009, each year economists predicted a recovery. Each year, they're proved wrong. Someday, they won't predict a recovery and they'll be right.  full article...
10/31/2014
Italy's rising yields risk derailing Renzi's budget plan
As borrowing costs rise, Italy's chances of survival fall.  full article...
10/31/2014
Russia, Ukraine, and EU sign gas supply deal
In return for the West's guarantee of Ukraine's $4.6 billion gas bill, Russia reopens the spigots.  full article...
10/31/2014
Ukraine gas poker with Russia not over



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10/31/2014
Violence erupts across West Bank over limited access to Al Aqsa.
Israel pushes Palestinians towards violence to justify their heartless 'order'.


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10/31/2014
Israeli settlements choke lifeline to Bethlehem



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10/31/2014
Iraqi Peshmerga fighters ready to cross into Kobani



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10/31/2014
Costa Rica volcano erupts
This was the volcano's largest eruption in 150 years. Record heat, record cold, fires, floods, drought, volcanic eruptions, etc. The earth changes are here.


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10/31/2014
Kuroda surprises with stimulus boost as Japan struggles
The more desperate Japan's situation, the more desperate its solutions. In the end game, there are no solutions, at least none that work.  full article...
10/31/2014
Kuroda jolts markets with assault on deflation mindset
Kuroda hopes changing expectations about deflation can stop its advance. It can't. Deflation is a monetary phenomena, not a state of mind.  full article...
10/31/2014
Bank of Japan stands ready to buy every new bond Abe's government issues
This is another sign of Kuroda's increasing fear of failure as his goal of 2% inflation looks increasingly unlikely.  full article...
10/31/2014
Kuroda's easing in Japan seen adding to pressure Korea's Lee
As Japan manipulates its currency lower, Korea may be forced to do the same.  full article...
10/31/2014
Japan housing starts decline sharply in September
After declining 12.5% in August, housing starts fell 14.3% in September. Construction orders to Japan's 50 largest construction companies plunged 40.3%. No wonder Kuroda is worried.  full article...
10/31/2014
Taiwan: Ting Hsin's Wei-chung may face 30 years behind bars
Those responsible for selling substandard animal-grade food products face serious prison sentences for their crimes.  full article...
10/31/2014
US QE exit to put further pressure on China's slowing economy
Globalization turned into a weighted chain, not an ascending balloon.  full article...
10/31/2014
Falling bank deposits add to China economy warning signs
As deposits shrink, so, too, does China's supply of credit.  full article...
10/30/2014
Federal Reserve pronounces end of a QE era
It's not over 'til it's over and it's not over yet, no matter what the Fed says or does.


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10/30/2014
El-Erian: Why the Fed's lack of conviction is warranted
The Fed is unsure of the future because it's unsure of the present. This is uncharted territory for the bankers' 300 year-old ponzi-scheme of credit and debt.  full article...
10/30/2014
EM prospects in a post-QE world
The end of QE will starve the emerging markets it once fed.


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10/30/2014
FSB: Shadow banking grows to $75 trillion
What bankers do in the public is often criminal. What they do in the dark is even worse.  full article...
10/30/2014
UK not pay EU budget bill



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10/30/2014
Children of Europe pay for economic crisis
As capitalism collapses, the opportunities it once offered are no longer there.


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10/30/2014
Eurozone haunts Spanish economy as growth slows, prices fall
Portraying Spain's faltering economy as a positive shows how desperate is the attempt to find growth in the bankers' end game.  full article...

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DARRYL ROBERT SCHOON: 黃金價格 與孫子兵法 與孫子兵法 - 第 2篇
This is the Chinese translation of my current article. In it, I explain the 1999 gold crisis in which central bankers used both physical gold and then paper gold, derivatives, to keep the price of gold from rising. full article...


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Dollars & Sense, Shows 88/89, Stories the CIA and US don't want you to know, part 2
Darryl Robert Schoon provides the documentation given to him by Howard Hughes' banker, Norman Bernard Thirion, supporting his story of a CIA/Reagan White House skim of a $500 million fund meant for the Afghan resistance.


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NY Times: Paul Krugman - Apologizing to Japan, the US has turned Japanese but worse
This is Krugman's mea culpea. Bernanke has yet to write his. In the late 1990s, US economists criticized Japan's ineffective response to persistent deflationary forces. Now confronted with the same forces, western economists find themselves just as helpless as their Japanese counterparts. Worthy of thought and reflection.  

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Macro analytics: Grant Williams on Financial Repression
Govts engage in financial repression, i.e. the distortion of markets, to benefit themsleves. Worthy of thought and reflection.


 

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Max Corske: Engines of domination
This explains how the elites do what they do. Worthy of thought and reflection.


 

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Saturday Night Live: Halloween party




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Missing students' plight puts President under increasing pressure



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'Special lady' Conchita Wurst to head Crazy Horse show in Paris



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The magic of Mozart's 'Seraglio' at the Paris Opera



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'I Just Want to Celebrate' by Rare Earth





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Dollars & Sense, Show 44 and 45: The Bankers' Card Trick

By printing coupons and loaning them as money, banks have indebted the world beyond its ability to repay.



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The Wisdom of Adam Smith for Our Own Times

- A Rejoinder -

Let us celebrate the 291st birthday of the great Scottish economist together and let us rehabilitate his Real Bills Doctrine!

Richard Ebeling in the June 3rd issue of the Daily Bell under the same title contributed a much needed reminder of the relevance of Adam Smith's wisdom to our contemporary world. I am not going to speculate whether the omission of not mentioning Adam Smith's Real Bills Doctrine was accidental or deliberate. However, it is well known that post-Mises Austrian economists have taken a disdainful view of the Real Bills Doctrine and it would have been nice to have Ebeling's coherent articulation of their position. I can do no better than revisiting Adam Smith's great contribution to the theory of money and credit (which, significantly, received the nihil obstat of Carl Menger a hundred years later) for the benefit of the Daily Bell's readership. full article...

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