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There was a beautiful symmetry to last week’s policy announcement by the Fed. Precisely a week after the ECB had pledged its commitment to unlimited purchases of Euro Zone government bonds, the Fed declared that its new round of debt monetization – ‘quantitative easing’ or QE3 – would be open-ended. Unlimited, open-ended. The concept of […]

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For those that missed it: Detlev Schlichter addresses the Adam Smith Institute Tuesday 22nd November, 2011. He argues that the present financial crisis is far from over; generally misunderstood and misrepresented, it is far from being a ‘crisis of capitalism’. Detlev traces the history of failure of paper money systems and lays out why present […]

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Detlev on RT with Max Keiser

On December 15, 2011 By

On Tuesday 13th December Detlev appeared on RT interviewed by Max Keiser for the Keiser Report: World Currency War 1.

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The world financial system is skating on thin ice, and that ice can crack at any moment. The instabilities of the global paper money economy are evident everywhere. In Europe, the debt crisis is picking off one euro-member after another like the protagonists of a teenage horror movie, leaving us in no doubt what the […]

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Gordon Brown as the next head of the IMF? What a splendid idea – at least as long as Charlie Sheen is not available. No seriously, the despicable, interventionist IMF and the unpopular etatist Brown – a perfect match –perfect, I hope for further discrediting the global paper money bureaucracy, the new political elite lording […]

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The public pronouncements of politicians and central bankers are singularly unhelpful for understanding what is going on in the real world. As a general rule, these officials struggle under the weight of problems and predicaments that are almost exclusively of their own making. Either they have no grasp of how their actions are really related […]

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