Finance & Economics

TRUMP – Rockefellers New Manager

10/04/2018

The Rockefeller family is , without doubt, the premier power family in the United States. Since 1934, they have been in a position to have effective control of the White House, the main controlling instrument of the United States Government. Who ever controls the White House controls American politics.

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ICE–NINE (How the Elites plan to steal your Money): The Global Financial Lockdown

25/09/2017

In a 1963 comedy novel, a scientist created a substance called ice-nine. Ice-nine was a polymorph of water, a rearrangement of the molecule H2O. Ice-nine has two properties that distinguish it from regular water. The first was that ice-nine was frozen at room temperature.

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Why Did Zuma Fire Pravin Gordan?

25/05/2017

With the coming to office of Donald Trump as President of the US, a new global geopolitical plan was initiated. This plan is called “Fortress America”. Its aim is to ensure self-sufficiency in all raw materials and commodities, especially oil and gas. While at the same time, plans were activated to blow up Eurasia.

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South Africa’s Increasing Strategic Position

10/05/2017

It is important to read the article, “Fortress America”, published earlier this year. A brief review of it will suffice for our story here.

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Currency Wars – Part 3

10/04/2016

In order to better understand current financial movements and directions, let us go back 40 years to explain the dollarization of the global economy, and how this has benefitted only one group of financiers – the Rockefeller family, as the overlords of the American Empire.

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Currency Wars – Part 2

25/03/2016

Historically, a currency war involves competitive devaluations by countries seeking to lower their cost structures, increase exports, create jobs and give their economies a boost at the expense of trading partners.  This is not the only possible course for a currency war.

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Decline of Global Trade

10/03/2016

While the global economy is doing well, the amount of stuff that is imported and exported around the world goes up, and when the global economy is in recession, the amount of stuff that is imported and exported around the world goes down.

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Currency Wars

14/02/2016

Historically, a currency war involves competitive devaluations by countries seeking to lower their cost structures, increase exports, create jobs and give their economies a boost at the expense of trading partners.  This is not the only possible course for a currency war.

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Finance: Derivatives and the Imploding Financial System

25/01/2016

Most people don’t understand what derivatives are.  Unlike stocks and bonds, a derivative is not an investment in anything real. Rather, a derivative is a legal bet on the future value or performance of something else. Just as one can bet on the horse, or the outcome of a sports game, financiers in London and […]

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Economics & Finance: The Carve Up Begins

15/01/2016

Decline of Global Trade | Currency Wars |De-Dollarization

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