How The Elite Dominate The World – Part 2: 99.9% Of The Global Population Lives In A Country With A Central Bank
The elite of the world love to get national governments deep into debt, because it enables them to enslave entire populations while making an obscene amount of money in the process.
The US economy is already faced with several bubbles that could implode at any time. These include bubbles in student loans and automobiles sales, and even another housing bubble. The most dangerous of these bubbles is the government bubble caused by excessive spending. According to a 2016 study by the Mercatus Center, at least four states could soon join Puerto Rico and Illinois in facing bankruptcy.
In this video, Luke Rudkowski of WeAreChange gives you the latest breaking news on the privatization of the U.S economic stock market, with the latest trends and analysis from Max Keiser.
“Tax cuts for the rich,” along with cousins like “trickle down,” “voodoo” and even “déjà voodoo” economics, misdirect attention away from how voluntary market arrangements benefit all.
Coinbase is declaring that it will not support the “hard fork” in Bitcoin being rolled out on August 1st — part of the Bitcoin “civil war” now unfolding by the week — and that it will seize all accounts during the hard fork switchover, blocking any ability to buy, sell or trade Bitcoin for its users.
According to the Tax Policy Center, the number of taxpayers with a tax increase rises over time.
Trump would do well to appoint a Fed chair who follows the teachings of the Austrian school of economics and thus understands that the only thing the Fed can do to “fix” the economy is allow the correction to run its course.
Some $32 million worth of ether cryptocurrency has been stolen by hackers. Ether, a digital currency, resides on the ethereum network and is now a rival to Bitcoin. The monumental theft was carried out due to a bug on a wallet software program.
No matter what Jamie Dimon may say, bitcoin’s durability can be expressed by one simple fact: With a market cap of $100 billion, digital currencies have become too big for banks to ignore.
Fed policy makers are of the view that if there is the need to tighten the interest rate stance the tightening should be gradual as to not destabilize the economy.