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The Bail-In Bankster Model of Cyprus Results: Cyprus Stock Market down 99.2%

by John Galt July 8, 2016 23:00 ET On January 1, 2016 the new bail-in rules became the rule of law for the member states of the European Union. Hugo Dixon penned a column for Reuters on January 4th which revealed how tough the terms were for the bail-in protocol (excerpted): The European Union entered a brave new world of bank “bail-ins” at the start of 2016. Europe has wasted so much taxpayers’ money on bailing out bust banks in recent years that it is right to try to get investors…


06.26 More Turmoil in the UK as Labor Party Faces Internal Revolt (Updated)

by John Galt June 26, 2016 09:00 ET UPDATE 13:00 ET – From the UK Guardian: Tom Watson, the deputy Labour leader, has issued a statement on today’s development. Here it is in full. I was deeply disappointed to see Hilary Benn sacked in the early hours of this morning and equally saddened that so many talented, able and hard-working colleagues felt they had to leave the shadow cabinet. My single focus is to hold the Labour party together in very turbulent times. The nation needs an effective opposition, particularly as…


06.23 BREXIT Updates: The End of Great Britain, the Start of French Britain

by John Galt June 23, 2018 18:00 ET I remember reflecting on history at one time where I said if the United Kingdom ever succumbs to the evil lure of globalism and refuses to act proud and independent, then the Western world may well be lost. It would appear, barring a miracle, that the news will reflect a victory for “remain” and the British empire which was once a proud lion, will instead join the world community of cowardly lions which submit to every whim of the global banking syndicates. Of…


Ambrose Evans-Pritchard: Why I am voting to leave the EU

by John Galt June 12, 2016 20:10 ET In what can only be called a stunning editorial in tonight’s edition of the UK Telegraph, Ambrose Evans-Pritchard hammers it home with a stunning rebuke of the pro-European Union forces inside the United Kingdom with this editorial: Brexit vote is about the supremacy of Parliament and nothing else: Why I am voting to leave the EU Holy smokes! This is somewhat earth shattering as the conventional economic thought inside England was to remain and muddle through with a partnership both with France and…


Meanwhile the Ukrainian Military Continues Attacks in Donbass on Easter Sunday (VIDEOS)

by John Galt March 27, 2016 13:10 ET The Ukrainian military and its pro-Nazi militias continue to violate the Minsk Ceasefire Agreements with attacks on the rebel forces inside the Donbass region. Even on Easter Sunday, there is no peace for the residents of the areas near Donetsk as the Ukrainian military attacked a vital crossroads just north of the city of Donetsk by the Yasinovatskiy industrial area. Videos of the shelling along with the sounds of the conflict demonstrate that this is no false claim by the rebels: This map…


05.24 BREAKING NEWS: Poland’s Anti-EU Party Candidate Andrzej Duda wins Presidency in Shock Election Result

by John Galt May 25, 2015 21:00 ET After the election results in Spain probably caused indigestion for Angela Merkel in Berlin and the banksters in Brussels, the suddenly important front line nation of Poland may have caused an outbreak of swine flu from Brussels to Berlin as the Euro-skeptic Law and Justice Party (PiS) scored a huge election upset today, casting the strong pro-Brussels, anti-Russian current President Bronislaw Komorowski to the side. This means the coming Cold War against Russia and shift of Poland into full membership into the European…


Polish Election Shocker: Pro-Euro President Suffers Shocking Reverse in 1st Round

by John Galt May 10, 2015 19:50 ET The news is not good for the banksters in Brussels as their candidate, current President Bronislaw Komorowski came in second to the Conservative Law and Justice (PiS) Party. From the Polish website, Warsaw Voice: PiS comes top in Polish presidential election: shock exit poll The candidate of the right-wing opposition Law and Justice (PiS) party scored the most votes in Poland’s presidential election Sunday, according to an exit poll, a shock result that means the country faces a second-round run off in two…


EU President Juncker Calls for Creation of European Union Army

by John Galt March 8, 2015 13:50 ET Just when one thinks the world can not get bizarre enough with NATO taunting the Russians across their entire border and the Russian military returning the favor in kind around the world, here comes European President Jean-Claude Juncker’s most amazing declaration in the German news paper Die Welt this morning (translated): A common European army would show the world that there is never again war between EU countries. Such an army would help us to build a common foreign and security policy and…


There’s that “Unexpected” word again: Italy Slides Back into Recession

by John Galt August 6, 2014 05:50 ET For some strange reason, the Italian stock market did not take this “unexpected” news very well: The headline from CNBC and Reuters says it all: Italy unexpectedly slides back into recession Excerpt from the story: Italy’s economy unexpectedly slid back into recession in the second quarter as gross domestic product shrank 0.2 percent from the first three months of the year, preliminary data showed on Wednesday. The result was below all forecasts in a Reuters survey of 25 analysts, which had pointed to…


BREAKING NEWS: Maximum Amount EU to offer for Spain Bank Bail out is € 100 Billion

  by John Galt June 9, 2012 13:18 ET   Per breaking news in El Confidencial in Spain, the maximum amount that Brussels will authorize is € 100,000 million (€ 100 billion) which means that Spain will be left on their own to fund any future or additional bail outs for their banking system. From the article translated using Google Translate(original in Spanish at this link):   The total amount of the ransom to Spain could amount to 100,000 million euros, according to sources at The Confidential financial and community sources…


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