Selected Articles: Financial Collapse and the Abuses of Neoliberal Economics.

Today, Global Research brings to the attention of its readers a selection of articles on how neoliberal economics is ironically philosophically liberal (i.e., organ trafficking) yet economically anti-liberal (i.e., food stamps). This paradox lies at the very heart of our modernity and reinforces Anglo-American imperialism. Greece discovered this fact the hard way during the summer…

The bottom line is that we cannot denounce Western imperialism without pointing to the economic enslavement of mankind. Today, it seems the condition of possibility for popular revolt and/or practical monetary reform is to hold accountable those elites, private bankers etc… who use an abusive debt-based monetary system to further the sad loss of political and economic sovereignty around the world.

– Guillaume Kress

gold-bars-2China is Playing the Gold Game very Carefully: Covert Purchases of Gold

By Koos Jansen and Lars Schall, December 05 2015

I would say 99% of the gold mined in China is being sold through the Shanghai Gold Exchange, and then what I just spoke about in one of my previous answers is that I think the private sector are the buyers on the Shanghai Gold Exchange in China. So, it does not really go to the People’s Bank of China, maybe still a little bit is going to the People’s Bank of China because maybe they still have some covert mines operating in China but actually most of the conventional output is being sold through the Shanghai Gold Exchange…

yuan 2China’s Yuan will be the Third Most Powerful Currency in the IMF Basket

By Ariel Noyola Rodríguez, December 08 2015

In spite of the fierce opposition of the US treasury Department, on November 30 the IMF finally approved the inclusion of the yuan in the Special Drawing Rights, the currency basket created in 1969 to complement the official reserves of the members of the multilateral organization.

stop_tppThe Trans Pacific Partnership Agreement (TPP) is Part of Obama’s “Pivot to Asia”

By International Movement for a Just World, December 08 2015

Following nearly eight years of negotiations, 12 Pacific Rim countries – Australia, Brunei, Canada, Chile, Japan, Malaysia, Mexico, New Zealand, Peru, Singapore, the United States and Vietnam – have agreed to take part in the Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement (TPPA)…

western mediaIsraeli-ISIS Oil Interests: No Brake and No Disclosure on Media Owners’ Interests

By Craig Murray, December 08 2015

The Times today carries an article on ISIS’ oil interests, Syria and Turkey. Nowhere does it inform its readers that the owner of the newspaper, Rupert Murdoch, has a vested interest in this subject…

dollars-money-economy-crisisFinancial Markets Crashed, Including the Dollar. What Happened?

By Bill Holter, December 07 2015

So what exactly happened last Thursday?  The markets (including the dollar) crashed …and this was not supposed to happen?  It’s actually quite easy to understand if you see what they did was “only a test” …

sale-on-all-body-partsSelling Desperate Syrian Refugees’ Body Parts: Israeli Man arrested in Turkey for Organ Trafficking

By Ben Norton, December 07 2015

Traffickers have taken advantage of Syrian refugees’ desperation, in hopes of making money.

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