Gerald Celente: the money changers are in charge! don’t you get it? som sagt var, i föregående inlägg.
Finns det inga positiva tecken, något hoppingivande?
Det är ju det här med BRICS-länderna som försiktigt gör upp planer om att handla i annat än dollar länderna emellan. Man ligger troligen lite lågt i vetskap om att tiden är på deras sida, det blir svårare ju längre tid som går att hålla ihop USA’s och Europas system.
Rodney Shakespeare har skrivit en artikel som inger lite hopp, om just detta – Time for regime change in the USA
Yet the world is turning: change is afoot and Russia, wanting Iran to be at Geneva, is one of the countries which is not only sensing the change but is actively doing something about it. Right the way round the globe countries are quietly banding together. They can do so because they are directly experiencing a decline in the economic and political power of the USA. On top of which the USA’s moral authority went out of the window long ago so countries are quietly plotting a new course for themselves – one which involves breaking free from Western hegemony. Thus the Shanghai Co-operation Organisation brings together Russia, China, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan and others, with India, Pakistan and Iran as observer members. China and Japan have decided to trade in their own currencies and not the dollar – there’s a sign of the times! And in South America a number of countries are beginning to band together to run their own international bank (the Banco del Sud) thus causing the diminution of American financial and political influence.
Indeed, the amazing thing is that the USA is completely failing to see what is going on. It was completely caught off balance by the Arab Spring so perhaps it is not surprising that it does not understand that it is hated more than it knows; that its traditional mixture of bullying, bribery and attack are not quite as impressive as it thinks; and that, in short, others are fed up with a short-sighted arrogance and even more short-sighted stupidity which is always prepared to go to war (even if that means that the USA is now virtually bankrupt because of its military spending).
All in all, it’s time for all sensible people and all sensible countries (there’s quite a lot of them) to consciously question any assertion by the USA that this or that regime is at fault and needs to be overthrown. Instead all sensible people and countries should start to say that the world is fed up with war-mongering as well as angry at the Wall Street machinations which are destroying the world economy.
Then the way will be opened for impressing on the American people what the situation really requires – regime change in the USA.
På larouche.se sägs det att Europas socialdemokrater möjligtvis kan ha snackat sig samman om att föreslå en bankdelningslag – Stefan Löfven talar om bankdelning! – Är det så? Väntar man i så fall på att ekonomin kraschar på riktigt för att få större chans att få igenom det?
vad kan det här få för följder? The Biggest Financial Scam In World History – William Black: ”It is the largest rigging of prices in the history of the world by many orders of magnitude.”
It’s over for the banking cabal. 4.jul.2012
Matt Taibbi – Why is Nobody Freaking Out About the LIBOR Banking Scandal?
The LIBOR manipulation story has exploded into a major scandal overseas. The CEO of Barclays, Bob Diamond, has resigned in disgrace; his was the first of what will undoubtedly be many major banks to walk the regulatory plank for fixing the interbank exchange rate. The Labor party is demanding a sweeping criminal investigation. Mervyn King, Governor of the Bank of England, responded the way a real public official should (i.e. not like Ben Bernanke), blasting the banks:
It is time to do something about the banking system…
Anders Borg gjorde ett uttalande igår om att Grekland möjligtvis kan gå i konkurs och gå ur euron. Och här är mer sådant som knappast kunde sägas för inte så länge sen – Finland hotar med euroexit
Finland skulle hellre överväga att lämna eurozonen än att betala andra länders skulder i valutaområdet. Så kan man tolka den finländska finansministern Jutta Urpilainens uttalande till affärstidningen Kauppalehti på fredagen.
Det här låter som ett steg i rätt riktning – Major banks say they are ready to go under
The US Federal Deposit Insurance and Federal Reserve released public summaries of plans for quick liquidation of nine of the world’s largest banks in the case of an emergency, without government bailouts.
Banks are required to give the government the tools to wind them down in a case of failure under provisions of the Dodd-Frank financial reform law designed to end the practice of bailing out “too big to fail” banks by the state. The act aims to secure the financial system from turmoil such as followed the collapse of Lehman Brothers or Bear Stearns in 2008.