From Cyprus To Canada: Plan To Sacrifice Depositors For More Important Banks

Cyprus has backed down from confiscating everyone’s bank accounts, to confiscating only those with over 100,000 Euros in their accounts. Immediately other bank leaders in Europe began suggesting the same theft for other nations. As far as I’m concerned, the international banking community is truly a global culture and there is no reason at all to hope that our money masters here in the United States think any differently than those who imposed their will on Cyprus. But in case you disagreed Read more […]

Cyprus Takes Its Citizens’ Money For Bailout–Is The US Next?

Aesop–of Aesop’s fables fame–said this: “We hang the petty thieves and appoint the great ones to public office.” Regardless of whether or not you believe that Aesop actually wrote any of  the material typically attributed to him, the quote stands firmly. What are politicians? A politician has so many facets that to paint him in one broad stroke would be an extraordinary mistake. A politician can be many things: a philanthropist, a servant, a guide, and a wind that shakes the leaves. A politician Read more […]

Obama, After Condemning Sequester, Is Fine With Cyprus Plunder

How does the government react when its budget is cut compared to how government reacts when it considers cutting into the private budgets of citizens and residents? Thinking about the anti-sequestration fear campaign in comparison to the White House’s vocal opposition to the looting of bank deposits in Cyprus gives us a window into how government thinks. First of all, remember that the international politicians involved in threatening to inflict thirty billion Euros of harm on the Cypriot economy Read more […]