By Mike Gleason
Chairman Powell’s testimony this week was closely scrutinized not just for its economic implications but also for its political overtones. Powell cited “trade tensions” as cause for concern about the strength of the global economy. He clearly seemed to be blaming President Trump’s tariffs.
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The End of Sovereignty
The EU is a Totalitarian Monster
The Reform that will make a huge difference
EU Parliament is a complete Farce
Assange, Brexit, QFS, GCR, EU-elections and Notre Dame Fire
The United States of Europe
The EU is a major example of what is called the post-industrial, post-democratic society in which unelected bureaucrats, technocrats, and ‘experts’ dictate to an oppressed human society. This can be witnessed and is prevalent every day.
The giant deception of the century is the establishment of a totalitarian bureaucratic Super State called the European Union, which was planned and concocted in today’s form over 60 years ago. It started with a ‘free trade area’ and morphed into todays’ centrally dictated Super State, where the line has been crossed in the direction of fascism and communism.
Read more at: The Final Wakeup Call
Greetings to You! I am KejRaj(KayRy). Quite some time has past since I’ve written anything concerning the Global Currency Reset. Here I am now, to answer some questions from readers, to clarify a few points. Question: Do all nations have to agree to a Gold Standard for the GCR to be released? Answer: Yes. Which…Read more
via A Few Points On The Global Currency Reset — Era of Light
The Monetary Transition
The Plan is to Abolish all Central Banks
The Future is proving the Past
The financial system must crash
Political Policy Analyses
The amount of debt in the world has expanded hugely since 2007, when financial institutions started failing. They failed because they had too much debt. Now, there’s even more debt. There’s far more debt in all sectors, including the automobile, student loan, mortgage, and consumer sectors, not to mention government debt.
But there is also more corporate debt. Corporations have borrowed extensively, not to build new factories, but to buy back their stocks. Why? Quite simply, to make management stock options more valuable.
The whole situation is worse, and the timing is far more on the edge, than it was back in 2008. Interestingly, the Federal Reserve is now trying to reel in all the money that it created at the height of the crisis, trying to normalise things. They’re trying to both raise interest rates and reduce the money supply simultaneously, while the government is also running a trillion-dollar deficit. This cannot end well.
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