Category Archives: Euro-Bond crisis

Common Criminals

   

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Rabbit in the Head Lights

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Another Farage Offensive

On further EU disintegration. I’m still surprised they haven’t gotten rid of the guy.  

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European Stabilization Mechanism Treaty explained

The bridge toward the eventual fiscal union of Europe and then totalitarian bureaucracy. Not wishing to be trite, but the devil  really is in the detail as the clip below explains; http://youtu.be/EPcWHBPYOSU  

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Corruptions you should know about: Rehypothecation

Hypothecation from Wiki: Hypothecation is the practice where a borrower pledges collateral to secure a debt. The borrower retains ownership of the collateral, but it is “hypothetically” controlled by the creditor in that he has the right to seize possession … Continue reading

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“hell is empty and the devils are here”

- William Shakespeare     From Jesse’s Cafe Americain: Critical Mass: The Mispricing of Derivatives Risk And How the Financial World Ends Jim Sinclair does a good job of explaining the difference between the notional and real value of derivatives, … Continue reading

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Defining insolvency

In responding to mouser, I over extended myself again. Another comment that has become a post. It also dovetails nicely with Antisthenes’s previous post. Mouser: Not only nobody wants to solve the problem, but almost nobody is game enough to … Continue reading

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The Great Escape

 

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Ron Paul and the permanent civil service

Having watched the republican primaries with little enthusiasm. I can now say with confidence that Ron Paul is the only candidate who could offer a compelling and fundamentally different philosophy than Obama’s come the election next year. Romney, Cain, Bachmann, Perry are all the same inside … Continue reading

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Its existential not economic

I was recently discussing the global financial crisis in email and thought it would make a decent post in and of its self: …One last contribution, the current Euro crises has a very similar feel to the breakdown in diplomacy … Continue reading

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The Euro Collapse in brief

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The Red Brigades?

From Ambrose Evans Pritchard: Italy’s labour minister Maurizio Sacconi has just warned that a rushed shake-up of the labour market – as demanded by the EU – risks setting off a fresh cycle of terrorism in the country… …This is … Continue reading

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Spiegel Interviews Slovakia’s Sulik on EFSF

From Spiegel Online: Slovakian EFSF Opponent Sulik ‘The Greatest Threat to Europe Is the Bailout Fund’ SPIEGEL ONLINE: Mr. Sulik, do you want to go down in European Union history as the man who destroyed the euro? Richard Sulik : … Continue reading

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Book Reviews: The Corruption of Capitalism and The Dollar Crises

I myself have studied economics, and hope that no one else would wish such a science upon themselves, unfortunately economics is like war. You might not be interested in economics, but economics is interested in you. It kills, and will no doubt … Continue reading

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Prepare people!

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Corruptions you should know about: Gold and Silver

Another Corruption series! We here at Fog of Chaos, will be slowly removing the Fog and revealing the Chaos. It started on Friday and has been on-going as of today, gold has fallen several hundred dollars, to about $1550.oz as … Continue reading

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Disturbing Charts and Graphs.

I’ve posted a few charts and graphs below, that I hope, should illustrate how economically fragile the world is right now. You can find this data floating around the internet but it is always difficult finding, I trust that this will be … Continue reading

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Titanic

Paul Jacko It is silly and pretentious to write – I said so – and I would not stoop to this (i.e. re-publishing an old, old article) but for our Barnaby Joyce, a National Party politician. Some time ago he … Continue reading

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Corruptions you should know about: Swaps

Here is some information on the unregulated, unaccountable, little known 605 trillion(you read correctly) Swaps market. We all have Gordon T. Long to thank for doing so much investigative work on the swaps markets(and accounting arbitrage corruption but that’s for … Continue reading

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Antisthenes: MONEY, MONEY, MONEY…it’s a rich mans world

from the quill of Antisthenes  “The latest data shows that Anglo-Irish Bank and other lenders had borrowed £43 billion from the Irish central bank by the end of December 2010 under an obscure programme listed in the balance sheets as … Continue reading

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