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Talks with Greece Collapse

The EU is simply self-destructive. There was no way to merge all these economies together without debt consolidation from the outset. The euro will collapse and [...]

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DFT of Netherlands Poll: 60%+ of Dutch Want Out of Euro

The leaders of the EU are on a collision course with the population of Europe. This is now moving beyond Greece. Even in Northern Europe in Germany and the [...]

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What About the Amero?

The conspiracy camp all but concluded that the Amero would be issued by 2010 as a product of the North American Monetary Union, which some argued was to be part of [...]

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The Lesson for the World Coming from Greece

PHOTO: Distraught 77-year-old Greek retiree, Giorgos Chatzifotiadis, falls to the ground outside of a bank in Thessaloniki, July 3, 2015. (AFP: Sakis Mitrolidis) [...]

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Germany & France Still Demand Repayment

German Chancellor Angela Merkel and her French counterpart Francois Hollande have called on Greece to make “serious” proposals. There is no such thing [...]

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Margaret Thatcher Was the ONLY Head of State Who Saw the Risk of the Euro

Let’s face reality. Margaret Thatcher was a polarizing figure for most in Britain failed to understand what she really was trying to accomplish. Her whole [...]

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ECB & Troika Retaliate Against Greek People

Some readers sent in comments that my use of the phrase “World War III by economic means using the pen” was harsh, so let me state this very clearly. Brussels [...]

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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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Cyprus – Greece – Whose Next?

The Sovereign Debt Crisis began with Greece asking for help from the IMF to the day of pi from the peak in the ECM 2007.15. The EU then crushed Cyprus to see how [...]

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IMF Numbers Warn the Troika Has Destroyed the Greek Economy

The IMF on Thursday issued its own analysis on the Greek economy. The new debt forecast numbers have been raised in recent months and while the IMF analysis is [...]

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