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Economic Recovery Through Debt Explosion

America has been rocketing towards a police state this past year, and of course is dragging the rest of the world with her. The media meanwhile,. has completely vindicated McCarthy in all of this – goose stepping to a tune that would make Stalin blush. Open your eyes a little, examine the blatant propaganda they’re churning out and ask yourself – is this MSNBC, ABC, CNN, or the ministry of propaganda? Not one of these clowns will report negatively on Obama, and are basically in bed with the regime. Will the Obama health care plan prove to be the final nail in the coffin for a nation that spends more than the gross domestic product of the world? Only time will tell. The media is trying to create a world … Read entire article »

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Lang Xianping: China’s Economic Depression Has Begun

Follow us on TWITTER: twitter.com Like us on FACEBOOK: www.facebook.com On October 22, Lang Xianping, an economics professor at the Chinese University of Hong Kong, gave a private talk in Shenyang City in Liaoning Province. He cited statistics showing why the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) is trapped in an economic crisis and is at brink of bankruptcy. Some scholars say that Lang’s conclusion is not surprising at all, for they themselves hold the same the view. Lang Xianping’s speech, which was widely circulated online, pointed out that the CCP’s official published growth rate of 9.1% and its inflation rate of 6.2%, are false. Instead he says, China as a nation, is bankrupt. Lang Xianping: “The 9.1% figure is false.The inflation rate of 6.2% is also false. Inflation has reached at … Read entire article »

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FOOLED AGAIN! Economic Slavery / Gold / Stock Markets /The Who – GEORGE CARLIN

THE WHO said it best, with some help from Carlin… … Read entire article »

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East Coast Economic Update for November 1st. 2009!

Special Thanks to behearsoon, Please subscribe to this channel: www.youtube.com CIT Files for Bankruptcy: t washingtonpost.com – link.email.washingtonpost.com Bob Chapman hint at BofA collapse.: www.youtube.com … Read entire article »

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When will America Collapse? Today’s bad news provide a timeline to Economic Collapse.

Double dip recessions, falling home prices, mortgage foreclosures, high unemployment, tight oil supply and rising sovereign debt are today’s news. What does tomorrow hold for us? By examining today’s news we can look at one possible scenario and the future isn’t pretty. … Read entire article »

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How Do Banks Create Money from Nothing? The Basics of the Economic Crisis in 5 Minutes

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House Foreclosure: Failed Obama Mortgage Help! 2nd round of Economic Collapse

Mind Empowerment Site: www.aemind.com We just got a letter in the mail in regards to the Obama Home Help.. We weren’t able to get the help so it looks like my family is going to go through foreclosure.. This isn’t necessarily a bad thing, because we are prepared for what’s to come.. If any of you have a similar situation, let me know either in a video response or a text comment.. A few links to job loss numbers so far for this year Employers Cut 85000 Jobs in December: online.wsj.com UPS to Cut 1800 Jobs www.businessweek.com … Read entire article »

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Bob Chapman’s Friday Economic Report: Fed Wealth Grows While Others Drown In Debt 2/2

December 1 2010: The Fed grows richer at our expense, Wikileaks news links, desperate things for desperate people, the clarion call of gold, black friday unremarkable, countries drown in the debt of other countries. The Federal Reserve’s balance sheet grew a 4th straight week to $2328 trillion, up $31 billion in a week. In May the balance sheet was $2333 trillion. Holdings of government securities totaled $901.24 billion, and rose $27.62 billion. Mortgage holdings were unchanged and Agency holdings fell slightly. It might interest you to know that over the past seven years federal debt has doubled to almost $14 trillion. That is more than $100000 for every American household. It should be noted that combined expenditures on Social Security, Medicare and Medicaid are projected to account for 45% of … Read entire article »

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Bob Chapman’s Friday Economic Report: Fed Wealth Grows While Others Drown In Debt 1/2

December 1 2010: The Fed grows richer at our expense, Wikileaks news links, desperate things for desperate people, the clarion call of gold, black friday unremarkable, countries drown in the debt of other countries. The Federal Reserve’s balance sheet grew a 4th straight week to $2328 trillion, up $31 billion in a week. In May the balance sheet was $2333 trillion. Holdings of government securities totaled $901.24 billion, and rose $27.62 billion. Mortgage holdings were unchanged and Agency holdings fell slightly. It might interest you to know that over the past seven years federal debt has doubled to almost $14 trillion. That is more than $100000 for every American household. It should be noted that combined expenditures on Social Security, Medicare and Medicaid are projected to account for 45% of … Read entire article »

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Economic Trends and MPC Preview with Chris Hart

(www.abndigital.com) 2011 has been characterised by a slowdown in China, concerns about insolvency in the Eurozone, the US debt downgrade, open debates on the nationalisation of mines, rising inflation and the proposed NHI scheme. Does 2012 offer new and exciting opportunities, or will the old problems remain? Chris Hart, chief strategist, Investment Solutions joins ABN’s Eleni Giokos to take a look at economic trends, global markets and offer insight into 2012. … Read entire article »

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Creighton Economic Professor Ernie Goss on the Auto Bailout

Detroit is teetering on the brink but economist Ernie Goss says the government shouldnt butt in. Due to their non-competitive cost structure, GM’s and Chrysler’s long-term economic future is doubtful. A bailout would only delay the inevitable insolvency of both GM and Chrysler. Scott Drake talks with Creight Economics professor Ernie Goss. … Read entire article »

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