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The cancer of bankers
02.03.17 08:59

Economics

In The magic of bankers you have been able to read how bankers create balances for loans with a simple line of bookkeeping. There is no money involved. The money for the balances doesnt even exist. This extremely lucrative trick incites the bankers to supply as many loans as possible, but there is more. There are specific growth impulses which makes it impossible to stop the growth of the outstanding loans. Not even with regulations. This has tremendous consequences for our society.

Court Fool
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Will Trump Destroy the Euro?
10.02.17 23:27

Economics

Was this what the Iraq and Libyan Wars all about?

F. William Engdahl
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The magic of bankers
03.02.17 22:29

Economics

If you dont know how banks work, you will never be able to understand the world. Juggle money out of the hat. Of course, bankers cannot. But what they can is juggle numbers out of the hat and make everybody believe this is money.

Court Fool
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Pakistan and China: Dont Fear Chabahar Port
31.01.17 13:18

Asia rising

A closer look at what Iran’s Chabahar port deal with India and Afghanistan really means for China and Pakistan’s CPEC.

The Diplomat
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South Africa’s Opposition See Eye to Eye with Trump
30.01.17 13:58

Africa

The official opposition party in South Africa, the Democratic Alliance (with 22 per cent voter support) is testing foreign relations waters and upsetting the governing African National Congress (with 62 per cent voter support).

The BRICS Post
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Rex Tillerson and the Myths, Lies and Oil Wars to Come
29.01.17 19:52

Economics

Rex Tillerson, former CEO of the ExxonMobil oil colossus is not designated Secretary of State because of his diplomatic experience. He is there because clearly the Trump Project of those Patriarchs behind Trump–ones such as Warren Buffett, David Rockefeller, Henry Kissinger and others–want a person from Big Oil guiding American foreign policy the coming four years. Already as President, Trump has given the green light to the controversial KeystoneXL pipelines that will not ship US oil, but costly Canada Tar Sands sludge. His EPA plans a friendly stance to the environmental hazards of shale oil production. But most essential, with Secretary Tillerson, the US plans a major reorganization of control over oil, reminding of the oft-cited Kissinger statement, “If you control the oil you control entire nations or groups of nations.”

F. William Engdahl
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Incipient Hybrid War in South Central Africa and Mozambique
29.01.17 09:13

Africa

The Hybrid War research has now moved from the Horn of Africa and East Africa down to a belt of states that the author has taken to calling South-Central Africa, which includes Mozambique, Malawi, Zambia, and Angola (and will be covered in that order). This part of Africa is important because it connects the Central-East African space to the much more developed and economically mature South African one, with the Republic of South Africa (RSA) naturally being the center of gravity in this larger region.

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Trump Killed TPP. Whats Next For Trade in Asia?
28.01.17 14:40

Asia rising

Free trade in Asia is far from dead. The question now is whether the U.S. will reap any of the benefits.

The Diplomat
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Can Iran and India Turn the Page?
16.01.17 15:13

Iran

Iran and India have long had historical, cultural, and commercial ties. Tracing back a millennium, both countries have framed their shared roots as a “civilizational relationship.” Over the past decade, their economic ties, because of nuclear-related sanctions imposed on Iran by the international community, have centered on limited energy and agricultural products. In 2015, this trade amounted to about $16 billion. This number seems small when compared to $52 billion, the amount of bilateral trade Iran conducts with China. And yet for Iran, India is not only geographically closer than China—it also shares a similar geopolitical outlook for West Asia.

National Interest
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Capitalism Requires World War
03.03.16 10:13

Economics

The present showdown between West, Russia and China is the culmination of a long running saga that began with World War One. Prior to which, Capitalism was governed by the gold standard system which was international, very solid, with clear rules and had brought great prosperity: for banking Capital was scarce and so allocated carefully. World War One required debt-capitalism of the FIAT kind, a bankrupt Britain began to pass the Imperial baton to the US, which had profited by financing the war and selling munitions.

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Back to the 1930s – Hitler, Daesh and the West
28.12.15 18:35

Iraq War, "War on terror"

Whilst Daesh [Islamic State] is constantly being compared to the Nazis, the real parallel – the West’s willingness to build up fascism in order to cripple Russia – is often forgotten.

RussiaToday
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For BRICS to bond, India-China rivalry must be history
20.12.15 12:11

Asia rising

If India and China can stop being rivals, the BRICS could rule the world in a few short years.

BRICS Media Limited
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Syria: War of All Against All Continues…
27.11.15 10:46

Middle East

I wrote this text some time ago in order to capture the conflict’s Big Picture and, especially, the coincidence and clash of interests of all the major participants. The whole slew of recent events, including the downing of the Russian airliner over the Sinai, the Paris terror attacks, and the shoot-down of the Russian Su-24 bomber over Syria by Turkish fighters, have made these relationships stand out in starker relief, but they also served to realign them. Therefore it is time to revisit this text and provide a few updates.

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Did Russia’s Intervention Derail Turkey’s Plan to Invade Syria?
15.10.15 19:38

Middle East

Thousands of Iranian soldiers have arrived in Syria to join a major offensive against Sunni militants located in the northwest section of the country. The Iranian ground forces will be part of a joint operation that will include the Syrian Arab Army (SAA), Russia and fighters from Lebanese militia, Hezbollah. The assault comes on the heels of a withering two week aerial bombardment of enemy positions by the Russian Air Force which has wreaked havoc on US-backed jihadis along the western corridor. The mobilization of Iranian troops indicates that the 4 year-long conflict is entering its final phase where the Russian-led coalition will attempt to crush the predominantly-Sunni militias and restore security across the country

Mike Whitney
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U.S. Kurdish allies welcome Russian airstrikes in Syria
03.10.15 20:06

Middle East

YPG embrace comes as Russia finally targets Islamic State

Roy Gutman
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