Tag: the new market

January 17, 2009

Bailouts Filling a Bottomless Pit?

Financial bailouts are doing nothing to remedy a global economy that is facing a structural reckoning. As evidenced by the Government Accounting Office (GAO) of the United States, massive amounts of the bailout funds are simply being funnelled to offshore locations. Full story here . One day, people will wake up and say "why are we giving more money to the people who are creating […]

January 4, 2009

Don’t fix the economy: Change it

This story from the Toronto Star was inspirational in that the real story – change – is making it to mainstream media. Here are some highlights: Neither the Conservative minority nor the opposition has proposed anything that will set Canada on a long-term path toward the kind of economy that will both provide for the well-being of Canadians and enhance and preserve the ecological community […]

January 4, 2009

US in Depression

The Economist magazine has diagnosed that the US economy is in a depression , not a recession. While the throngs of journalists, publicists, politicians and other folks are loathe to confess that North America has entered the greatest recession on record, I commend the Economist for having the balls to finally show it like it is, even if they’re still very indirect about it. Now […]

November 16, 2008

Who is Gerald Celente? Someone to Listen To?

Here’s a Fox clip (of all sources, yes) from InfoWars, that showcases an interview with Gerald Celente . Summary of his predictions for America: America, the first ‘undeveloped’ country (no swift solution to economic issues, the steaming turd of a platform that Bush left for Obama) Revolution, riots, rebellion, marches Holidays 2012:  food more important than gifts I’d like to explore a few of his […]