Month: April 2017

Currency Wars Part 3 (of a 3 part series)

In order to better understand current financial movements and directions, let us go back 40 years to explain the dollarization of the global economy, and how this has benefited only one group of financiers – the Rockefeller family, as the overlords of the American Empire. The petro-dollar was born in 1975. That same year saw […]

Currency Wars Part 2 (of a 3 part series)

Historically, a currency war involves competitive devaluations by countries seeking to lower their cost structures, increase exports, create jobs and give their economies a boost at the expense of trading partners.  This is not the only possible course for a currency war. There is a far more insidious scenario in which currencies are used as weapons […]

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