Selected Articles: Corruption, Debt Serfdom and the “Neoliberal Economic Whip”
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Oil and gas fields in the Falkland Islands: Will Britain Become New Kuwait?US Warplanes Avoid Bombing ISIS Held Syrian Oil Fields

By Stephen Lendman, November 13 2015

They provide a key source of ISIS income, millions of dollars through an illegal pipeline to Turkey where it’s sold, according to Turkish journalist Alptekin Dursunoglu, Sputnik News reported.

Greek Lessons: Democracy versus Debt-BondageShocking, Little-Known Facts About Debt. Private Debt Exploding

By Washington’s Blog, November 12 2015

Both liberals and conservatives assume they have a rough idea of how much “the debt” is.  But the real numbers are shocking …

Looming Crisis: America's Credit Card Debt Bubble-BurstDebt Serfdom in America: Spiralling Household Debts, Mortgages, Credit Cards, Student Loans

By Liaquat Ali Khan, November 13 2015

As of October 2015, American consumers owe $8.17 trillion in mortgages, $900 billion in credit cards, and $1.19 trillion in student loans. Home mortgages, credit cards, and student loans occupy the most of the consumer credit market. The consumer credit…

Federal-Reserve-EconomyFederal Reserve Admits It Has No Idea What It’s Doing

By Washington’s Blog, November 13 2015

AP reports today: Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen is stressing the need to review the unconventional monetary policies that central banks around the world deployed in response to the 2008 global financial crisis.

portugalNew Socialist Government Keeps Portuguese People Under The “Neoliberal Economic Whip”

By Dr. Paul Craig Roberts, November 13, 2015

The new government means that for the first in a long time there is a government in Portugual that possibly could represent the people rather than Washington and the One Percent. However, if the new government leaves the banks in charge and remains committed to the EU, the current president, previous prime minister, and previous finance minister, Maria Luis Albuquerque, will continue to work to overthrow the people’s will as occurred in Greece.

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