Shots Fired: China Slaps “Distressing” Tariffs Up To 212% On Australian Wine | Zero Hedge

KW: Bite the hand that feeds ya. New Zealand needs to learn the lesson before blindly following antagonistic American moves.   Australia has become a “one-trick pony export-wise to China” allowing Beijing to hold all the cards… Source: Shots Fired: China Slaps “Distressing” Tariffs Up To 212% On Australian Wine | Zero Hedge

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The Rise of Voodoo Economics: Casey Research

The new millennium has been marked by increasingly dramatic economic change. Economics is (or should be) easy to understand. It’s essentially the production, consumption and transfer of wealth. The transfer of wealth normally takes place as a result of the balance between scarcity and demand. However, over the ages, there have always been those who…

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What ‘The Great Reset’ Architects Don’t Want You To Understand About Economics | Zero Hedge

KW: It is still obvious to even the slightest of enquiring mind that the world is ‘somehow different’ and this is true in the financial sector particularly where financial derivatives, synthetic instruments traded between banks are obvious targets for collapse. Why else would JPMorgan Chase be fined and cough up nearly $1billion in fines folowed…

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Stocks Extend Losses, Crash Below Key Technical Level | Zero Hedge

KW: Meanwhile whilst visiting fairyland once more mainstream media fails to tell you just how rotten the ‘great American economy’ really is . Dow down 650 points last night,  even the alogos can’t keep it up. Lets face it U.S. politics is just a showy soap opera laced with enough nepotism and corruption to make…

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Citigroup Is Slapped with a $400 Million Fine for Doing Something So Bad It Can’t Be Spoken Out Loud

KW: This is the second Wall Street bank that has been heavily fined following JPMorgan Chase that was fined nearly $1bilion for manipulating the gold/silver markets amongst other things This time we don’t get a reason whay but $400million is more than just a slap on the wrist. But no worries they will just keep…

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Peter Schiff: The Best of Times During the Worst of Times | SchiffGold

KW: I recognise that Peter Schiff is considered controversial with his views but he backs them up with logical arguments which is why I post them from time to time. You will never hear these arguments from mainstream money programs, they are all yeah yeah yeah and so far in the lead.   While most…

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Managing the Economy – Bryan Gould – Books, Articles and Blog by Bryan Gould

KW: Its election time and we are all being bombarded with countering claims about the economy and who is best to be in government to manage it. The National Party beleive they have a god given right to govern and that they are the best custodians of the economy for us all. I would argue…

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Rosenberg: We Are in a Depression | Mauldin Economics

KW:John Mauldin is a very well known economic commentator in the U.S. and this agreemnet here with another very well know economic commentator reinforces the narrative that all in the world is not right. Happily we live in a country that has escaped the worst of corona virus and all its bad symptoms plus a…

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Is Gold Cheap at $2,000/onz. – Casey Research

KW: Savers and retirees are seeing a war being waged on their nest eggs put aside for retirement by central banks the world over. There is little individuals can do to protect themselves from this money creation whole that is swallowing us all up. That is why we post articles about gold becasue despite the…

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Robert Kiyosaki concludes the manipulation of gold. Part 2

“Rich Dad” Robert Kiyosaki concludes his exposition of the secret manipulation of gold. Dear Malcolm, Picking up where we left off yesterday, let’s get back into fractional reserve banking and the history that got us to where we are today… Much of the global banking system runs on what is known as fractional reserve banking —…

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