Blog/International News

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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Russia – You Cannot Leave if You Owe Money

In the USA, they can revoke your passport if you owe the government $50,000 or more. Russia seems to be adopting a similar tactic. More than six million Russians [...]

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