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Vulture fund hysteria is reaching a fevered pitch, as the Queen's toadies realize they are losing more leverage with each passing day.
Lest there be any doubt as to the British Empire's hysteria over the BRICS global development paradigm, the latest insanity from the Queen's own vulture funds on the Argentina case, proves the point.
Wall Street and London's financial vultures find themselves back to ground zero today, in their continuous attempts to force Argentina to capitulate to their genocide.
In yet another bold assertion of national sovereignty, Argentine President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner announced in a televised address, Tuesday night, that she had submitted a bill to Congress, offering foreign bondholders the option to accept a voluntary debt swap that would be governed by Argentine, rather than U.S.
In a press conference Tuesday with chief of staff Jorge Capitanich, Argentine Foreign Minister Hector Timerman issued a hard-hitting warning to the U.S. government, which has yet to give an official reply to the lawsuit which Argentina filed against it at the International Court of Justice at The Hague on Aug. 7.
Less than five months after a new government was formed in France, Prime Minister Manuel Valls resigned on Aug. 25, taking the entire cabinet with him, after very public criticism of the austerity policy dictated by the European Union.
Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Sergei Ryabkov told International Affairs Magazine Thursday that the BRICS (Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa) is expanding its work in both the political and economic spheres—finance, science, technology, and agriculture, and had, as well, proposed "very serious theses, important signals on Syria, Afghanistan, and Iran in its Forteleza Summit Declaratio
"We've reformed nothing. We have more leverage and more derivatives risk than we've ever had," reports an analyst for a structured finance broker-dealer, speaking of the latest bubbles in the global, unregulated, over-the-counter derivatives markets, to the Aug. 20 Financial Times.
Aware, to some degree, that the Trans-Atlantic system is headed for a crash, a bipartisan group of 15 Senators and Congressmen have preemptively warned Federal Reserve Chief Janet Yellen not to contemplate another bailout of the Too Big To Fail banks like that implemented in 2009-2009.