Blog/European Union

Netherlands Objects to France’s Attempt to get EU Funding in a Crisis

The Prime Minister of the Netherlands, Mark Rutte, is objecting to France’s desired changes to the EU budget. France wants aid with the inclusion of the [...]

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Trump v California – the Sanctuary State

The battle over illegal aliens in the United States will really make your head spin. In 2017, California passed a “sanctuary state” law that limits cooperation [...]

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France v Netherlands

COMMENT: I had to laugh your comment that the EU pretends to be a happy family but they are still nationalistic no matter what they say. The Dutch bid to buy Air [...]

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The Treaty of Rome & 2020

QUESTION: I believe back at your 1985 WEC, if I remember correctly, besides the 2016 target for the first opportunity for a third party type president, you also [...]

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PM May to Join Left Against Her Own Party?

Anyone who wants to understand why the dollar is the only game in town, all they need do is look at the politics in Europe. It is just absurd. In Britain, Prime [...]

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Financial, Political & Banking Chaos in Europe Going into May

The British Parliament has rejected Prime Minister May’s BREXIT plan for a third time. This now leaves them to come up with a plan that Brussels must accept [...]

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Farage Interview on the Collapse of Eurozone

Nigel will be speaking at this year’s World Economic Conference in Rome. Click here for [...]

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Why Europe is Changing its VISA laws & Calling it Pre-Screening

QUESTION: Hi Mr. Armstrong, Can you elaborate on the visa to Europe for Americans? The newspaper here say it’s just an electronic registration like ESTA for [...]

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PRIVATE BLOG: BREXIT – Hard Exit or Cancel

PRIVATE BLOG – BREXIT – Hard Exit or Cancel Private blog posts are exclusively available to Socrates subscribers. To sign-up for Socrates or to learn [...]

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Can European Sovereign Debt Really Crash Without a Free Market?

QUESTION: Hi Marty, When the stock market crashed in 1929, followed by the bonds into 1933, we saw a minor bump in the stock market. As this occurred during a [...]

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