lunedì 16 novembre 2020

EURO-GOLPE explained by Prof. Giuseppe Guarino

Interview to Prof. Guarino

mercoledì 11 novembre 2020

ITALY 2013: DIAGRAM OF THE EURO SCAM

sabato 18 aprile 2015

The trick and the fix for mega banks balances


giovedì 24 aprile 2014

ECB plans asset-buying to launder EUR seigniorage profits

Weaker inflation could prompt broad ECB asset-buying

The European Central Bank could embark on a broad-based asset buying plan if the euro zone inflation outlook worsens, ECB President Mario Draghi said, adding that a rise in the euro could also trigger policy action.
While stressing that the ECB sees inflation remaining low for a prolonged period before rising again, Draghi set out three "contingencies" for the ECB to act. He also said a rise in the euro could - all else being equal - prompt the ECB to act.
Ralph Orlowski | Bloomberg | Getty Images

martedì 22 aprile 2014

Rob Kirby: Federal Reserve Fraud

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Joseph R. "Joe" Banister

Dear Marco,

Thank you for your question.  I think G.E Griffin will help you understand more on how money is made.

The only thing that wrong/evil needs to flourish is for good people to say or do nothing.  So please pass this information on to others so they too can see the uncontroversial truth that the American people are being duped and stolen from with a tax they don’t owe.

domenica 20 aprile 2014

Russia writes off 90 per cent of North Korean debt

Russia writes off 90 per cent of North Korean debt, expected to build gas pipeline

Updated 20 April 2014, 4:47 AEST
http://www.radioaustralia.net.au/international/2014-04-19/russia-writes-off-90-per-cent-of-north-korean-debt-expected-to-build-gas-pipeline/1298480

Russia's parliament has agreed to write off about $10 billion of North Korea's Soviet-era debt, in a deal expected to facilitate the building of a gas pipeline to South Korea across the reclusive state.

Russia's parliament has agreed to write off about $10 billion of North Korea's Soviet-era debt, in a deal expected to facilitate the building of a gas pipeline to South Korea across the reclusive state.
The State Duma lower house in Moscow on Friday ratified a 2012 agreement to excuse the bulk of North Korea's debt.
It said the total debt stood at $10.96 billion as of September 17, 2012.
The rest of the debt - $1.09 billion - would be redeemed during the next 20 years, to be paid in equal instalments every six months.