Unstable Global Economy, Plummeting Financial Markets, Mounting Debts: “The Enslavement of Mankind”

Today, Global Research brings to the attention of its readers a selection of analytical articles relating to the global economy.

Around the  world, billions of dollars of wealth are seamlessly being moved from one hand to another, from one country to the next.

The global economy is run by powerful economic networks which undermine national sovereignty. These networks are controlled by non-representative neo-conservative “intellectuals” and corporate banking elites.

Below, you will see how such an agenda can lead to sketchy bailouts, rigged financial markets and covert transactions by central bankers. 




The Greek Elections and the EU Bailout: From Hope to Fear and Despair. Greece’s National Wealth For Sale

By Prof. James Petras, August 26, 2015

The financial press and the mass media concocted an image of Syriza as “far left” or “hard left”. In fact, Syriza did everything possible to destroy the hopes of the majority of downwardly mobile Greeks desperate for a reversal of the shock austerity policies imposed by the EU.


Economic Destabilization, Financial Meltdown and the Rigging of the Shanghai Stock Market?

By Prof Michel Chossudovsky, August 26, 2015

Financial markets are rigged by the megabanks. Powerful financial institutions including JP Morgan Chase, HSBC, Goldman Sachs, Citigroup, et al and their affiliated hedge funds have the ability of “pushing up” the stock market and then “pulling it down”.


“The Banksters Did It”: The Central Banks Have Engineered This Financial Collapse

By James Corbett, August 26, 2015

The current market mayhem was perfectly predictable (and predicted by analysts), and the central banks not only stayed the course but actually doubled down with more and more QE injections. This crisis was engineered by the central banks. The banksters did it. And unless we derail their agenda, they’re going to do it again.


Global Economic Crisis: The Latest Cumulative Impact of America’s Aggressive “Regime Change” Strategy 

By Robert Parry, August 26, 2015

Crashing global stock markets are a reminder about the interdependence of today’s world economy and a wake-up call to those who think that the neocon-driven ideology of endless chaos doesn’t carry a prohibitively high price.


Central Banks Have Become a Corrupting Force

By Dr. Paul Craig Roberts and Dave Kranzler, August 24, 2015

 If central banks cannot properly conduct monetary policy, how can they conduct an equity policy? Some astute observers believe that the Swiss National Bank is acting as an agent for the Federal Reserve and purchases large blocs of US equities at critical times to arrest stock market declines that would puncture the propagandized belief that all is fine here in the US economy.

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