(PressTV) – A leading European parliamentarian has accused France and Germany of forcing Greece to buy billions of euros in arms in exchange for their bailout money.
France and Germany, while publicly urging Greece to make harsh public spending cuts, bullied its government to confirm billions of euros in arms deals, Franco-German lawmaker Daniel Cohn-Bendit alleged on Friday. Continue reading
Danes, Finns, Germans, French, Spanish, Belgians, Dutch all refusing to roll sleeves up despite government, media pressure Continue reading
Spiegel Online is reporting that German Chancellor Angela Merkel and government ministers will receive a special, additive-free H1N1 vaccine. “The Vakzin [vaccine] does not contain disputed additives — contrary to the vaccine for the remainder of the population,” reports the newspaper. Continue reading
Proposals for a new centralized economic world order outlined in globalist report Continue reading
American economists think the world can’t afford to let go of the dollar’s reserve currency status. The world is about to teach them differently. Continue reading
(WTimes) – President Obama on Friday said the global warming bill the House is debating today is only a start, not the end of efforts to control greenhouse gas emissions. Continue reading
(Paul Craig Robers) – How much attention do elections in Japan, India, Argentina, or any other country, get from the U.S. media? How many Americans and American journalists even know who is in political office in other countries besides England, France, and Germany? Who can name the political leaders of Switzerland, Holland, Brazil, Japan, or even China? Continue reading
(Telegraph) – Those of us who still question whether the world has purged its toxins are reduced to the same tiny band of moaning Druids from early 2007, when we shook our heads in disbelief as the carry trade swept Iceland to fresh madness and bankers laughed off sub-prime rot at Bear Stearns. Continue reading
(WSJ) – German Chancellor Angela Merkel, in a rare public rebuke of central banks, suggested the European Central Bank and its counterparts in the U.S. and Britain have gone too far in fighting the financial crisis and may be laying the groundwork for another financial blowup. Continue reading
A Review of Daniel Estulin’s book
For over 14 years, Daniel Estulin has investigated and researched the Bilderberg Group’s far-reaching influence on business and finance, global politics, war and peace, and control of the world’s resources and its money. Continue reading
Financial crisis, not armed terrorists, greatest threat to U.S. security Continue reading
(CNN) – Can this G-20 summit prove to be anything more than group therapy for a bunch of fingernail-gnawing, troubled individuals? Continue reading
Obama, Geithner and Bernanke yesterday publicly defended the dollar and denounced proposals by China and Russia to supplant the greenback with a new global currency, and yet the very policies of the Obama administration, the Treasury and the Federal Reserve are creating the perfect storm for the dollar’s death and its replacement with a new international reserve currency. Continue reading
China has expressed support for Russia’s proposal to hand the IMF the power to create a new supra-national global currency in response to the call for an alternative to the U.S. dollar as the world reserve currency.
Today, German Chancellor Angela Merkel demanded even tougher gun control measures relating to storage of firearms and ammunition in Germany. With an audacity that defies belief the former East German communist also called for unannounced raids on homes and offices of registered firearm owners. Continue reading
The German government is to spend part of its €50bn economic stimulus package on supplies for its armed forces, possibly including submachine guns, military vehicles and underwater mine detectors. Continue reading
German chancellor Angela Merkel warned on Wednesday that the world was facing its worst financial crisis since the 1920s, but nearly three-quarters of Germans remained unworried about the safety of their bank savings in a survey.
“We must prepare ourselves for a weakening of growth in Germany,” Merkel said in a speech in parliament as she hoped to shore up support for the government’s €480 billion rescue package announced Monday. Continue reading