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Killing the Host: Available Now

August 26, 2015
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The new book – Killing the Host – How Financial Parasites and Debt Destroy Global Economy is

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It’s Our Money

August 20, 2015
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I was interviewed on Ellen Brown’s radio show “It’s Our Money”, where she writes: Is the financial deprivation of entire nations engendering a new level of frustration and political unrest? Are the unlikely top-ranked US presidential candidates a sign that the Europeans aren’t the only ones who want to “throw the bums out?” Ellen...

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EU Infrastructure Undermines Sovereignty

July 8, 2015
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The Financial Attack on Greece: Where To From Here? The major financial problem tearing economies apart over the past century has lain more with official inter-governmental debt than with private-sector debt. That is why the global economy today faces a similar breakdown to 1929-31, when it became apparent that the volume of official inter-government...

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Why No Means Yes

July 6, 2015
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Greece Rejects the Troika. Where Do We Go From Here? Just after 7 PM Greek time on Sunday, I was told that the “No” vote (Gk. Oxi) was winning approximately 60/40. The “opinion polls” showing a dead heat evidently were wrong. Bookies across Europe are reported to be losing their shirts for betting that...

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Greek Asset Stripping Similarities

June 27, 2015
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A presentation at the Delphi Initiative.

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Pawns for Pickings

June 11, 2015
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cross posted from The Nation Ukraine Is In Crisis. Here’s Why the West Can’t Save It. A video roundtable explains why the IMF, Europe, and Western corporations don’t have the country’s best interests at heart. Alexander Reed Kelly June 9, 2015 A Ukrainian national flag flutters in the wind at a position held by...

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Ukraine Labor Dares Operation Vulture

May 28, 2015
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Ukraine’s collapse since the February 2014 coup has become an umbrella for grabitization. Collateral damage in this free-for-all has been labor. Many workers are simply not getting paid, and what they actually are being paid is often illegally low. Employers are taking whatever money is in their business accounts and squirreling it away – preferably...

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Institutional Discontent

March 22, 2015
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Europe Tilts East Towards China (1/2) Michael Hudson Report: Britain, German, France and Italy are among those who joined Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank in an expression of their discontent over World Bank polices that force developing countries to depend on the US – March 20, 2015 SHARMINI PERIES, EXEC. PRODUCER, TRNN: Welcome to The...

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QE Intentions All Too Obvious

March 11, 2015
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“Quantitative Easing for Whom? TRNN, March 11, 2015. The European Central Bank’s trillion euro plan will only help keep the banks afloat. SHARMINI PERIES, EXEC. PRODUCER, TRNN: Welcome to The Real News Network. I’m Sharmini Peries, coming to you from Baltimore. In an effort to relieve some pressure on the struggling European economies, Mario...

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T is for Trickle-Down

February 19, 2015
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Part T in the Insider’s Economic Dictionary Tableau Économique: The first formal national-income account, developed by the Physiocrat Francois Quesnay on the analogy of the circulation of blood within the human body. (See Economist, Say’s Law.) Taxation: The way in which a government gives value to money by accepting it in payment of taxes...

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