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Daily Archives: June 7, 2012
More than six months have passed since Frances Weaver and I published our pamphlet, Guilty Men, identifying those financiers, politicians and propagandists who advocated the creation of the European single currency 15 years ago, and exposing the dishonest or even … Continue reading
Best day of 2012 for Dow industrials and S&P 500 … U.S. stocks surged Wednesday, with the Dow industrials and S&P 500 both tallying their best day this year, on increasing optimism that central bankers would move to bolster the … Continue reading
I welcome this excellent summary of the current situation in Europe and for the first time I whole heartily agree with sums you have come up with another 2.5 to 3 trillion Euros) that will be required by Germany to save the euro and yes you are right it’s going to have to be Germany that has to put its hand into its pockets or else walk away from the whole mess!
Well done and keep up the great work !
Reblogged from The Slog.: Now here’s a funny thing, missus. Go to the EFSF ‘explanation’ thing as issued by the European Bunion, and scroll down to the table on who the biggest contributors are to it. Unsurprisingly, Germany is first … Continue reading