Economy Rigging 1

Links July 27, 2012

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Mervyn King has turned our leaders into zombie puppets | Simon Jenkins | Comment is free | The Guardian

“Bubbles without Markets” by Robert J. Shiller | Project Syndicate

The global scam that may prove terminal for Barclays, Lloyds and RBS | Ian Fraser

Michael Hudson Part 4 Economic Rent – YouTube

Libor: Not A Scandal—A Funeral

Welcome to Forbes

What utter self-serving drivel, Brad Delong! | Steve Keen’s Debtwatch

Charting the Federal Reserve’s Assets – 1915 to 2012 – Gresham’s Law

The Treasury and the Fed are Robbing Savers – James Rickards – YouTube

Testosterone Pit – Home – Currency Wars – The Making of the next Global Crisis

‘This is a moral decision based on the information that much of what was created to be a “loan” was based on a predatory system.  As they say, ignorance of the law is no excuse, and that is duly noted, but when confronted with an enemy that has deliberately contrived devious ways to steal productivity and the fruits of honest labor, then the principle of justifiable self-defense is invoked.  Forget about your credit score; it is the invisible chain that keeps you in prison.  Refuse to pay debts that you know were fraudulently imposed. Remember, the banks never had the money they “lent” to you in the first place; they created it out of nothing to buy your servitude. If you are hesitant to simply quit paying the criminal banks, then learn how toreduce your exposure to all debts.’

 

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Keiser Overview of the Banking Global Fraud July 2012 July 12, 2012

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Capitalism is in crisis but it’s still our best bet for prosperity – Telegraph

Iceland forgives mortgage debt to save its economy

UPDATE 1-German economists say ‘no’ to euro banking union | Reuters

BOOMERANG by Michael Lewis – YouTube

The Biggest Financial Scam In World History – Washington’s Blog

Banking scandal: how document trail reveals global scam | Business | The Observer