We report from Belfast on location at the G8 and anti-G8 meetings. They juxtapose the protests in China where thousands wait in line to buy gold to protect against G8-style inflationary policies to the less effective protests in Belfast where placards are waved in ‘free speech zones;’ while, in Westminster, secret proposals are drafted by Rothschilds to retroactively raise interest rates on $40 billion in outstanding student loan debts. The plan is suggested in order to make the debt more attractive to private investors. In the second half, Max talks to independent journalist, Luke Rudkowski, about fake shopfronts in Belfast meant to disguise the true state of the economy and about the few protesters demanding communism and socialism when that’s part of the reason our financial and economic systems have collapsed.
“We’ve intentionally blown the biggest government bond bubble in history,” confessed Andy Haldane, Director of Financial Stability at the Bank of England. The bursting of that bubble was a risk he felt “acutely.” He saw “a disorderly reversion” as the “biggest risk to global financial stability.” Seatbelts are being fastened; the clicks can be heard around the world.
Effective July 1st, the United States has authorized new sanctions directly targeting the already-devalued Iranian rial with penalties for transacting or holding the currency outside of Iran. This represents the first time that the U.S. has focused specifically on the Iranian monetary unit itself and the ninth set of sanctions President Barack Obama has imposed against Iran.
Stacy Summary: If we’re going to live 75% of our lives online, it makes sense that one should teach your children the language really spoken online. Not the simple, consumer friendly interface which already knows your language and so makes it easy for you, but what the ‘internet’ looks like behind that interface. I first got a glimpse of this when I watched Richard Stallman access the internet (though, no doubt, he’d correct me right now for using the incorrect terminology there) without a single consumer friendly interface. It was all Greek to me. Lines of code which were certainly indecipherable to me but enabled as he stressed NEVER identifying himself when he goes online. Anyway, may be too late for me to learn the language, but the young should be taught how to maintain their liberty.
And there’s no going back now. You see, financial futures are trading on prices that are based – not on any underlying economic reality – but rather a series of assumptions based on academically-concatenated theories and theorems which in turn generate a new set of prices. The result is that capital flows into destabilizing ‘malinvestments’ all hidden by the outsized returns of intermediaries like hedge funds who make billions mining what has become essentially a broken system of monetizing fraud.