Daily Archives: July 30, 2013

James Corbett – The Corbett Report – China’s Coming Credit Crisis – 30 July 2013

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After years of China’s rapid growth and development, the world’s second largest economy appears to be slowing down. The government is expecting the lowest rate of economic expansion in more than two decades. James Corbett, editor of The Corbett Report news website, joins RT to talk more on China and its place in the global economy.

www.thecorbettreport.com / link to orginal article

RemovingTheShackles – A Chart Is Worth A Million Words – 30 July 2013

0e358-removing-the-shacklesWith huge thanx to the research team…. who are having an absolute blast asking “What do I know?” and then clicking on a link and discovering all sorts of fun stuff!!!  I dont’ even know if it’s possible to formulate an article around all that they have dug up and discovered and dragged out from under the carpet.  I might just have to post an article that is entirely made up of links and say “Have fun with this!!”.

Peter Manual – Agenda 21 And The Farm – 30 July 2013

FairDinkumRadioPeter Manual of “Food Producers Land Action Group Australia Incorporated” (Flag) joins Leon to discuss how Environmental Law and Resource management are restricting the way our Farmers can produce food for our people. Peter Manual is a Beef Cattle Producer in South Australia and started ‘FLAG’ in 2010 in response to invasive environmental laws being imposed by a Tyrannical Bureaucracy. We discuss some local and national issues that are the result of UN treaties including Agenda 21. Continue reading

Bloomberg – JPMorgan Accused Of Energy-Market Manipulation By U.S. Agency – 30 July 2013


By Brian Wingfield & Dawn Kopecki

JPMorgan Chase & Co. (JPM) manipulated power markets in California and the Midwest from September 2010 to June 2011, obtaining tens of millions of dollars in overpayments from grid operators, the U.S. Federal Energy Regulatory Commission alleged today.

The agency said in a Notice of Alleged Violations that it had preliminarily determined a JPMorgan trading unit had engaged in eight manipulative bidding strategies.

Read the whole story at : www.bloomberg.com / link to original article

Rafken – Who Owns Your Money? – 30 July 2013

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Firstly, a dollar bill is just a promissory note, an IOU. It is a promise to pay the holder the value of one dollar. It is easy to use but the dollar bill remains the property of the people that printed it. In the United States it is the Federal Reserve.

The Federal Reserve is not Government.

The Federal Reserve is comprised of 12 Banks, represented by a board of 7 people.

These Banks are owned by shareholders. Continue reading

5DMediaNetwork – The Collective Imagination Blogtalk Radio Show – 30/31 July – 30 July 2013

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USA EDT/ 30 July 2013, 20.00 pm, European Mainland, 31 July 2013, 02.00 am, Australia, Sydney- 31 July 2013, 10.00 am

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At this pivotal time in Humanities evolution we are beginning to remember our organic technology. A technology when used correctly, can create an experience that the majority of people the world over want to live. It is time to use this technology consciously for our own benefit and healing and no longer unconsciously for own demise. Continue reading

Mish/ Mike Shedlock – Municipal Bonds An “Outrageous Bargain”? Compared To What? Shifting Sands Of Muni Bond Market; Three Bad Assumptions – 30 July 2013

MishMikeShedlockDavid R. Kotok, Cumberland Advisors Inc.’s chairman and chief investment officer believes Municipals Cheap After Detroit Filing

Municipal bonds are an “outrageous bargain” in the wake of Detroit’s bankruptcy filing, according to David R. Kotok, Cumberland Advisors Inc.’s chairman and chief investment officer.

Kotok bases his arguments on a comparison on General Obligation Yields to US Treasuries. Continue reading