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US Fed Buys Europe Some Time


Rob Johnson: Move by Fed papers over structural issues; austerity policies meant to weaken social safety net and lower workers wages

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23 Responses to "US Fed Buys Europe Some Time"

  1. 68generation says:
    @hyperboreean Yes it’s the first time I heard this too and I am pretty schocked about it! In fact, in addition to measures for austerity we are forced to take in Europe, our politicians and lobbies will do anything to take away our social welfare contracts and quality of life!
  2. gunplow says:
    money mark of beast
  3. Slavestothesystem says:
    @vrd180 it works for the players in the game the one per cent get richer
  4. kkbose says:
    TRNN is doing a great work. keep it up Paul Jay.
  5. vrd180 says:
    @vrd180 sorry that’s DEBT, not debit. 
  6. carlo88moe says:
    @vrd180 Oh yeah, tell me how to solve misspelling fist?
  7. eldogg4life says:
    TRNN is always so educational!!! THX
  8. eldogg4life says:
    TRRN: Always so educational!!! Thx for all your work.
  9. Zeno1999 says:
    @polvotierno @JanRichardus < Yes, GV. Too much money spending on government and bureaucracy. Too much bribe and laundered money diverted offshore. Exaggerated military budget.

    By bartering and doing business locally, you destroy these corporate welfare bums. Take charge and stop blaming; this raises the floor and sky becomes the new ceiling. Man made problems, economy is not a rocket science :)

  10. JanRichardus says:
    We have a global banking system. There is no German banking system or Euro banking system or American banking system. They (large banks) are the creditors; we the people and our governments are the debtors. The sinews connecting economies are the currencies in which these debts are denominated. Germany is now learning it is ultimately a debtor. It owes, like the rest of us the global banking system.
  11. hyperboreean says:
    This is the first time I saw anyone mention that the end of USSR was a game-changer for labour relations in the West.
  12. cityguyusa says:
    The end of this is what I’ve been saying for several years now. This is about bringing down our standard of living to those in the 3rd world. 
  13. ClaasStoertebeker says:
    @MudHut67 … no Germany still does not have a peace tready – since WWII.
    when you look up the UN Charta – you can read this. The UN was founded – because Germany never surrendered…
    so what now is the FEDERAL REPUPLIC of GERMANY – is not GERMANY…
    Merkel makes what the WHITE HOUSE says….
  14. polvotierno says:
    Good video… He is exactly right about bringing up the floor instead of lowering the ceiling…
  15. thatcrackmixtapes says:
    posted on newworldorderwar
  16. MudHut67 says:
    @ClaasStoertebeker

    Wait, are you saying Germany is the enemy here???

  17. DedmanUmotionS says:
    @slobomotion Real footage of real banks causing real problems.
    Watch How To Rob A Bank at UmotionS.com
    See the trailer at my channel. 
The Link is in it’s description.
  18. DedmanUmotionS says:
    @ClaasStoertebeker Real footage of real banks causing real problems.
    Watch How To Rob A Bank at UmotionS.com
    See the trailer at my channel. 
The Link is in it’s description.
  19. DedmanUmotionS says:
    @vrd180 Exactly! You can’t solve debt with debt.
    Real footage of real banks causing real problems.
    Watch How To Rob A Bank at UmotionS.com
    See the trailer at my channel. 
The Link is in it’s description.
  20. vrd180 says:
    Solving debit by loaning at interest creating more debit. How is that a solution?
  21. workwillfreeyou says:
    Thanks, Until these nations lead by criminals balance their spending and trade nothing can save them. Greed, corruption and wealth centralization isn’t going to fix greed, corruption and wealth centralization.
  22. ClaasStoertebeker says:
    hey,
    Germany still does not have a peace tready – what do you think you can say here about GERMANY…
    Lokk under the UN CHARTA Art. 53 and 107 …. GERMANY is t the ENEMY STATE of the UN…

    You do not see through the hole thing… bette do … befor make any remarks like you do in this vid.

  23. slobomotion says:
    Uprated. I don’t know if you accept video responses or not, but I’ve sent one and hope you at least get to see it. Greetings from France.

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