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The Consequence of America’s Path8 min read

Comments (11)
  1. FRANK says:

    Albert Einstein said “Everything is relative”

    I forget who said that there are two sides to every coin.
    I’d like to be on the side that faces up.

  2. FSMarsol says:

    Really? You are ready to hold your rubles and rumimbies? The currency is the reflection of a nation and none of them give me any confidence,
    some times we can see your colours sir

  3. goldeye says:

    Imo, the Fed most likely will have to reintroduce another round of QE if demand for the US 10-yr. does indeed soften, or risk having the market force the yield higher. Rising interest rates, subsequently, would bring severe pressure on households to pay their mortgages, credit cards, lines of credit, etc. Already households in the U.S. and Canada have non-mortgage debt that is roughly 160% of their disposable income. The only recourse I believe for the average person is to buy physical gold and silver (not paper gold), and/or quality miners (junior miners especially) on a monthly basis. Jmvho.

  4. Frank Bolton says:

    Dear Sir,
    While I agree with most of what you say in the above article I need to point out that American military intervention in Iraq is necessary on HUMANITARIAN grounds. The Isis forces are committing GENOCIDE against any culture or people that disagree with their political or religious beliefs. No decent person would stand by and let that happen.
    Frank Bolton

  5. I am proud of our President who taking steps to protect American citizens, and, importantly, the protection of thousands who can not protect themselves. I realize that there is a lot more behind this move than those lives in immediate danger. The history of intervention by the U.S. has not always had a reasonable or even moral purpose, but, I do believe President Obama is attempting to use our military power for the right reasons. Many nations rely on U.S. power and technology to assure their freedom and much lower defense budgets.

  6. Michael5152 says:

    People should read history books. No empire will last forever. Even the mighty Roman Empire collapsed under the weight of the Hun invasion. The Third Reich collapsed after 12 years (1933 – 1945) The USSR was dissolved after 72 years

    We are moving to a new world order, one in which power is shifting out of the hands of the West to the East.

    Coupled with this is the rise of a the Moslems. They have started a new movement to regain their power and influence after their defeat at the hands of Charles Martel (Tours 732 AD) The fanatics are leading us all into dark and uncharted watre

  7. klooz4u says:

    Ivan, I couldn’t agree with you more. Especially, when you say that there are hypocrite “Canadians that oppose pipelines”. That is an unhealthy fact. I cannot understand why any Canadians would oppose greater prosperity and safety for our Nation. Could it be national jealousy of Alberta being a “have” Province?
    I think besides the “greed” of certain factions, this very possible.

  8. kosovokid says:

    While people here are commenting about things that have happened, I see little of comments about needed actions. Since the govts. appetite to spend seems unlimited why not reduce its size? A 20 % reduction across the board would be easy to do without affecting anything except govt. growth. Other areas of govt. could be reduced or eliminated without affecting the majority of the ameican citizens other than those employed therein. The departments of commerce, interior, education, HHS, homeland defense and many others are very bloated and ineffective. Simply replacing the IRS with a flat tax would reduce many costs to the citizens and small business, which would also increase local jobs for the same. Large governments at all levels are very inefficient and have become ends to their own means. Reducing the regulatory burdens would unlease growth in the private sector where local jobs come from. Let your electedmofficials know what you want and need from them and hold them responsible for their actions and inactions.

    1. Jonathanman says:

      Herein lies the problem kosovokid. Government, especially under presidents like Obama, want big government. The government in Canada is the biggest employer. Go figure.

  9. Jolly Cholly says:

    The first country that makes its currency redeemable in gold, should become the worlds choice for paying debts and for trade goods. By the way, the USA is not the only country in printing money with nothing much behind it. Solving crisis in europe and the USA by alternately supporting one another, is the biggest shell game in the history of the world.

  10. johnthan says:

    The false East/West paradigm is perhaps the most dangerous lie facing free men today. Russia and China are members of the globalist agenda, and that the tensions between our two hemispheres are completely fabricated. D on’t believe me ?

    The latest announcement of a BRICS bank to rival the IMF is yet another scheme to perpetuate the illusion that the elites of these nations are at odds. In fact, the BRICS conference mission statement makes it clear that
    developing nations have no intention of breaking from the IMF (and certainly not the BIS). Instead, the BRICS bank is meant to provide “leverage” to “force” the IMF to become more inclusive, and hand over more power and participation. Vladimir Putin had this to say at the
    latest summit:
    “In the BRICS case we see a whole set of coinciding strategic
    interests. First of all, this is the common intention to reform
    the international monetary and financial system. In the present
    form it is unjust to the BRICS countries and to new economies
    in general. We should take a more active part in the IMF and
    the World Bank’s decision-making system. The international
    monetary system itself depends a lot on the US dollar, or, to be
    precise, on the monetary and financial policy of the US
    authorities. The BRICS countries want to change this.”

    Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff insisted that the BRICS were not seeking to distance themselves from the Washington-based International Monetary Fund:
    “On the contrary, we wish to democratize it and make it as
    representative as possible…”

    Some of these are excerpts from Brandon Smith’s paper titled – Internationalists Are Pushing The World Towards Globally Engineered Economic Warfare – with supporting news highlights you can read these for yourselves including the documentation to support this theses.

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