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Nikolaus von Bomhard, head of the world's largest re-insurance group, Munich Re, told journalists in Munich on Wednesday that the central banks' monetary policy will lead to another global financial crisis. Bomhard's remarks were featured in the German financial paper Handelsblatt.
As the WTO began a two-day meeting in Geneva Thursday, India's government made the final decision not to sign the trade protocol which the Empire has desperately tried to ram through, giving the WTO dictatorial powers to limit grain subsidies to a nation's farmers and food supplies to the poor. Since the WTO works on consensus, the program is essentially dead.
At a day-long conference hosted by the Bipartisan Policy Institute in Washington July 22, commemorating the tenth anniversary of the release of the 9/11 Commission report, Commission co-chairs Lee Hamilton and Tom Kean both strongly supported the release of the classified 28 pages of the Joint Congressional Inquiry into 9/11, which both the Bush/Cheney and Obama administrations have kept secret.
In a speech today in the province of Buenos Aires inaugurating a new Yamaha plant, Argentine President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner defined in the sharpest terms the new global reality that has stricken terror in the heart of the British Empire and the murderous vulture funds they control...
Panic is spreading in Wall Street, particularly among municipal-bond-holding mutual funds, as depression-wracked Puerto Rico verges on the brink of default on its public debt, which totals $73 billion...
Several Argentine economists are discussing the fact that, should Argentina default, this will not mean the end of the world. Quite the contrary.
"It's the vultures who are isolated, from an international standpoint," said anti-IMF economist Aldo Ferrer. "Their only friends are some extreme right-wing Republican legislators and some other [allies] who reside in Argentina."
Lyndon LaRouche today reiterated his July 19 warning that Congress must not leave Washington for recess until the urgent business of the nation has been accomplished.
Amidst a grueling schedule of phone calls with foreign leaders and statements addressing the Ukraine crisis and the downing of MH17, Russian President Vladimir Putin yesterday held a session with the Russian Security Council, on the announced topic of "Russia's sovereignty and territorial integrity." Unusual for Security Council meetings, his opening r
The Bipartisan Policy Institute hosted a day-long conference in Washington yesterday, commemorating the tenth anniversary of the release of the 9/11 Commission report...