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Swiss Man Identifies as a Woman to Retire Early

As of January 1, Swiss citizens may change their gender on paper for the price of 75 Swiss francs. Four days after the law was implemented, a man (born XY) by the [...]

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Pensions

QUESTION: Re: why the welfare state will collapse. Once again it seems that the computer is right. The United States will follow in the footsteps of Rome. My [...]

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IMF Recommends “DEEP” Negative Interest Rates as the Next Tool

The IMF has continued to assume that the zero-bound on interest rates can be a serious obstacle for fighting recessions on the part of the central banks. The IMF [...]

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Private v Public Pension Funds & Who MUST Own Govt Bonds

QUESTION:  Martin. Do you give credence to the work of … ? Can’t government pension funds be privatised or sent to open market? Thank you. NM ANSWER: [...]

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ECB Negative Rate Experiment May Lead to the Worst Financial Crisis in Modern History

QUESTION: Mr. Armstrong; Your proposition that the quantity of money theory is dead seems to be a true earth shattering perspective. It certainly disproves the [...]

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UK Pension Fund Insolvency Soars by 30% in a Single Year

The London Sunday Times business section headline demonstrates what is really facing us and governments implode. Public sector pensions liability surged 30% in a [...]

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The Pension Crisis – & – The Crash & Burn

QUESTION:  Hi Marty – Question: You have blogged about the pension crisis and how Illinois and California on the brink of bankruptcy. Does this mean that [...]

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Freedom Caucus & Big Bang

I have been warning that we are headed directly into the collapse of socialism; not capitalism, simply because politicians have been bribing people’s votes [...]

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German Private Health Insurance up 11% Thanks to Pension Crisis

Private health insurance in Germany now faces a massive contribution increase in 2017 of more than 11%. Add to this the banking crisis and we will start to see the [...]

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EU Govt. Pensions Explode to €63.8 billion

I have said that the European crisis is all about keeping jobs in Brussels, and now the truth is beginning to surface. The long-term cost of pensions for EU [...]

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