New World Order Will Come Apart, Says Big-Time Keynesian

Written by Gary North on April 18, 2012

The New World Order’s poster child is the European Union. It was rammed down voter’s throats. So was the euro. It was the model for the North American Union, which is quietly being constructed under the radar of the voters. Now it is in the process of disintegration. The defenders of the New World Order […]

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Schizophrenia: Bernanke (Stay Calm) vs. ECB (Panic)

Written by Gary North on March 1, 2012

On February 29, Bernanke gave a soothing presentation to a House committee. The stock market dropped a little. Gold and silver dropped like a stone. The media focused on Bernanke’s hint that QE3 will not be necessary, that economic growth is slow. Conclusion: monetary stability. At the same time, the European Central Bank injected $712 […]

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American Stocks in 2011: Flat

Written by Gary North on January 2, 2012

The Standard & Poor’s 500 index was flat, to the dollar, in 2011. That has not happened in 60 years. On Friday, December 30, the index was 1257.60.¬† In 2010 at this time, it was 1257.64. This is statistically astounding. Yet the year was a roller coaster ride. Up, down, up, down” the investors never […]

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Jim Sinclair on the Gold Bears

Written by Gary North on December 23, 2011

Jim Sinclair has been writing on gold for decades. He is a gold bull.¬† His latest article is important. There is a certain extremely important market reality that must be kept in mind as you listen to all the bearish gold predictions. What is good for the dollar is bad for gold. This is wrong […]

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Preparing for Rioting

Written by Gary North on December 9, 2011

The word “riots” catches the attention of people with money. They fear social breakdown. We in the West assume that there will not be riots. But in Greece, citizens know better. There were major riots in London earlier this year. In the United States, “flash mobs” spread across the country last summer. They were not […]

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FED Intervenes: Dollar Falls, Gold Rises

Written by Gary North on December 1, 2011

By now, you know that the Federal Reserve and other central banks promised to supply dollars to help bail out the Eurozone. The FED is going to be the lender of last resort for Europe. The dollar fell. Gold rose. There will be lots more headlines like this over the next decade. This is not […]

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Half of Britain’s Leading Bankers Fear a Major Crisis Soon

Written by Gary North on November 28, 2011

We remember the weekend collapse of Lehman Brothers’ investment bank in October 2008. A recent survey of Britain’s senior bankers reveals that over half of them fear a Lehman-like event in Europe. [Note: “City” refers to the banking section of London that exists as a separate legal jurisdiction. It is shorthand for “Wall Street.”] A […]

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