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Monday, July 18, 2016

Economist who called for banning cash now says he would buy gold

One of the banking cartel's most outspoken economists is suddenly singing the value of owning gold.  And in an interview over the weekend, the chief economist for Citi said that in today's negative rate environment, owning gold as part of a currency portfolio is a must.

Citi economist Willem Buiter was one of the first to call for a banning of cash last year as central banks stood on the precipice of lowering interest rates into negative territory in the hopes of stimulating consumer spending.  But as the outcry against eliminating physical currency created the backlash that helped drive gold prices up since the beginning of the year, Buiter is now backtracking and seeing gold ownership as an important hedge to central bank policies.

In the books of most gold lovers, Citigroup’s chief economist Willem Buiter is noted down as the man who thinks gold is a “6,000 year bubble.” 
However, in a recent interview with Epoch Times [Skip to 38:00 in the video], he presented a much more nuanced position and said he would even own gold as part of a diversified portfolio of currencies.  
“It competes with other fiat currencies, the dollar, the yen, the euro. And if these currencies now yield negative interest rates or are at risk of negative yields in the U.K. and the United States, then the currency that at least has a zero interest rate, looks better.” 
“Gold, in times of uncertainty and especially in days of uncertainty laced with negative rates, looks pretty good. “ - The EpochTimes

Thursday, January 21, 2016

Former Chief economist for the BIS says economy is now worse than in 2007

For more than two years, economists in the alternative media have been warning of a coming economic meltdown that would be worse than the Credit Crisis of 2008 simply because the debts are much bigger, and the underlying problems that led to that crisis have never been addressed.  And now in early 2016, more and more mainstream analysts are jumping onto this bandwagon, with the former Chief Economist for the Bank of International Settlements (BIS) stating on Jan. 20 that the economy is now worse than it was in 2007.
The BIS is known as the central bank of central banks, and plays a key role in facilitating global currency exchanges between nations and economies.  And what gives economist William White credibility in his current assessment of the global economy is the fact that he forecasted and warned of the 2008 economic collapse that led to the death of Lehman Brothers and Bear Stearns.

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Monday, April 20, 2015

Citigroup’s Chief Economist blames cash, not central banks, for world’s monetary problems

It doesn’t really take that much to be an economist these days.  From the illustrious former Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke, to the Nobel Prize winning economist Paul Krugman, living the dream of being a celebrity while at the same time destroying economies and monetary stability is par for the course in an era when those who get it right are considered crackpots, and those who feed the needs of the oligarchy are worshiped and adored.
So it should come as no surprise in 2015 that another ‘economist’ from the banking cabal should offer up a radical solution to deflect the perilous actions of central banks, and blame the people instead for the push towards economic collapse.  In an article penned by Citigroup’s Chief Economist Willem Buiter, the head analyst for a bank that nearly brought down the system just seven years ago, the ‘esteemed’ economist is suggesting that the real problem to the monetary system is the use of cash in the economy, and without it central banks wouldn’t have had to debase the currency through zero interest rates, and now, negative interest rates.
Never admitting of course, that if the central bank had not intervened in the first place over the past few decades, we would never have been in the situation the world’s monetary system is now.


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Wednesday, September 10, 2014

Former Chief Economist for Obama comes out calling for end of the dollar

Back in August, a former chief economic for President Obama wrote an op-ed on the stability of the dollar, and its role today as the global reserve currency.  In his breakdown of the historical use of the dollar in American finance, Jared Bernstein asserted that while in the past the dollar was a benefit which allowed U.S. prosperity to grow, today it has become a burden which forces the central bank into a continuous loop of bubbles, inflation, and instability for production and job creation.


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Tuesday, February 4, 2014

Millionaire Harvard economist pulls money out of bank from fear of Fed policy

There is an old axiom in the world of stock markets, which is, you cannot catch a falling knife.  This analogy refers to the fact that when a stock or entire market begins to sell off, it is usually the insiders and big fish who are able to get their money out by making the first moves, while everyone else attempts to sell with few buyers and in the end, lose their shirts.
It is the same way in banking, where institutions hold very little of the their total deposits in-house, and when a bank run starts, only the first few people are able to get their money out.  So when a Harvard economist with over a million dollars in a big bank publicly chooses to take it all out, then every other depositor needs to take this warning seriously as trust and confidence in the banking system continues to fade.
 
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Wednesday, October 24, 2012

Psychopath economist wants to utlize former nazi eugenics programs to save the future of mankind

America grew into the world's greatest empire through innovation, growth, economic and social freedoms, and in engineering a greater place for humanity.  But as the other parts of the world increased populations, without seeking to rise as well in the innovation of man, the results were war, chaos, starvation and tyrany.

To address this effect, a former economist of the World Bank is now proposing that humanity needs to de-evolve, and in doing so, make future generations smaller and more efficient.  In a report on Oct. 21, former World Bank Senior Economist and now professor at the University of Maryland, is advocating that mankind must create new breeding programs to engineer smaller species so that they will require less food and resources.



In an article titled The Populations Problem written two days ago by Herman Daly, a former World Bank luminary and current professor at the University of Maryland suggests genetically designing smaller human beings to counter global population growth. Breeding smaller human beings, Daly asserts, “could be the simplest way of increasing metabolic efficiency (measured as number of people maintained by a given resource throughput).”

In his article, Daly rejects the argument that limiting human numbers is an automatic result of technological progress and economic growth, the so called “demographic transition”, and points to the environmental dangers posed by just lowering the birthrates through development and prosperity. Daly:

“Of course reduction in fertility by automatic correlation with rising standard of living is politically easy, while direct fertility reduction is politically difficult. But what is politically easy may be environmentally destructive.” - Explosive Reports

Eugenics, or selective breeding as a doctrine is not new, and has actually been a discussed topic in America for more than a century.  Margaret Sanger, the founder of Planned Parenthood, created her organization primarily in the cause of weeding out 'undesirables' in the African-American community, and to push for regulated selective breeding of blacks and other minorities.  In the 1930's, Adolph Hitler spoke of Sanger's work and doctrines, and it became the leading path towards his desire for a super-human race, while at the same time justified the anhilation of lesser humans or even entire races of people.
“Since Hitler’s praise of the ABCL was in print and widely publicized, the first step was to change the name. Sanger changed her organization’s name from the American Birth Control League to Planned Parenthood. Though the name was different, the goal was the same...
The elitest left in both the U.S., and in international organizations have long sought ways to implement population control, while at the same time coopting the land and resources of nations into their dominion (Agenda 21).  Herman Daly is not the first to reconstitute the call for eugenics in mankind, nor will he be the last, for the psychopaths of those in power see humanity as chattel for them to use, enslave, and dispose of as they see fit.