Blog/International News

The Euro Crisis Will Not End Until this Line of Thinking Changes

Luis de Guindos, Spain’s economic minister, illustrates that those in European government remain clueless. He said that Greece should remain part of the Eurozone [...]

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The Audacity of Lagarde – Exempt From Taxes

The audacity of Christine Lagarde, who insulted the Greeks by categorizing the whole nation as tax cheats, is up there with Trump calling all Mexicans drug dealers. [...]

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Greece & Brussels’ Quest to Dominate Europe

QUESTION: Marty, I want to say congratulations. You stood up there in Berlin in 2012 and said the Euro-Swiss peg would break and that Greece would ultimately leave [...]

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The NOs Have a Resounding Victory

So far, it looks about 60%+ for the NO vote. This is a truly astonishing victory. We can see that this is going to have a stunning impact upon Europe as a whole by [...]

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NO Vote Around 55% in Greece

Our staff in Athens right now is reporting that it appears the NO vote has the majority. This vote demonstrates that Brussels has been dead wrong with austerity for [...]

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Rigging the Greek Elections

A lot of younger Greek citizens who would vote NO cannot for to vote they must return to their hometown. So many cannot vote because they are lucky enough to be [...]

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U.S. vs. Brussels on Greece

QUESTION: Mr. Armstrong, It seems curious that the IMF would release a report ahead of the Greek Referendum that was over the objections of the European members. [...]

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Cashless Society Coming to Germany

The North Rhine-Westphalian Minister of Finance Norbert Walter-Borjans (SPD) has called for an upper limit for paying with cash amounting to €3000. The [...]

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The Greek Referendum

Voting today began at 7 AM local time in Greece and will continue until 9 PM. The polls show a virtually even split. We are likely going to see civil war unfold in [...]

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Cycle of War & Obama’s New War Doctrine

When people heard for the first time that we had developed a Cycle of War that pinpointed the start of World War I and II, as well as the Vietnam War, among many [...]

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