Thursday, 4 October 2012

Daily Reading Material Compilation 2.0

Here are some of the things I've read for the day. I'll start doing these kinds of posts on a daily basis (or at least the days I log on to post) so people can check out articles that I've read.

This way, I can invest my time into putting focus on bigger articles about issues I find more important. Time is an elusive thing these days as they seem to be going by faster and faster.

In any case, enjoy!

Whole Foods Censors GMO Expose? - GMO products are being sold in Whole Foods stores, who had purported to sell only organic produce in their stores

Rob Kirby: The Genesis of the LIBOR Crisis - Amazing breakdown of how the Fed/Treasury colluded with JPMorgan in 2007 to attempt to restart the stalled financial markets after the sub-prime mortgage crisis - which ended up having the effect of dropping short-term T-Bill rates a staggering 200 basis points from 5% to 3%. This, in turn, helped to catalyze (or perhaps stoke further) LIBOR manipulation.

Exclusive: Banks Fire Warning Over Fines - bankers threatening to collapse the economy - again?

'Mugabenomics' From Zimbabwe To The UK - "Gold Is Good" - "US economy is in a recession and may be on the verge of a Depression." What will come out safe? PMs!

From Currency Debasement To Social Collapse: 4 Case Studies - This article blew my mind. Periods throughout history when currency debasement has caused debasement of society and deterioration of trust amongst everyone - Third Century Rome (Christians Persecuted), Medieval Europe (Witches Persecuted), The French Revolution (nobles and counter-revolutionaries persecuted, 1920s Germany (Jews ultimately persecuted) - all preceded by hyperinflationary periods and currency debasement.

Signs of the Gold Standard Emerging In China? - Forbes article. Good read.

Signs of the Gold Standard Are Emerging From Germany - See a pattern?

There were more, but I'll save it for another day.

To close, I'll leave you with a video of a 2010 ad from Citizens Against Government Waste (CAGW)
to mull over.

Stay tuned for tomorrow's update!

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