|yesterday 13:40||cassini||...and in other news, Germany to get a surprise delivery of 33 tons of gold as part of the 300 tons the US owes it...
The Ukranians will never see their shiny stuff ever again... read more...|
|Sun 20:46||peterbarnes35||When the revolution is digitised, will there be enough work for us all?
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/comment/rogerbootle/10685682/Roger-Bootle-Will-there-be-enough-work-to-go-round.html read more...|
|Sun 15:52||blueshoes7||Gaz>>>> I agree with all in your post, but would like to move it one step further.
As our understanding evolves as to the dynamic that we find ourselves involved in, it is starting to be innerstood by some that WE cannot engage with the Legal system in anyway. Meaning, that by simply attempting to find ways around it, i.e. confronting it we are still in its playpen.
Thats why now i see, that... read more...|
|Sat 22:52||lemain||No so little, actually. I even have my own anaerobic sewage gas generating plant that provides CH4, nitrates and phosphates with water to irrigate and fertilise my land. My entire property is fenced, I have CCTV and fixed photographic equipment as well as state of the art wireless burglar equipment in readiness for any attacks by wire-free burglars. No flies on me! read more...|
|Sat 20:04||pineapple1||£10 long on Putin read more...|
|Sat 19:56||peterbarnes35||Wars are not the prouduct, of democracy or most human beings. It's the product of vey small cliques, for there own ends, and dogmas. I know of no one who wants to go to war. Iv'e no objection, to the people who want a war finding a field somewhere and fighting it out between themselves. But i object strongly, to their thinking i should be involved, in their war. And iv'e no intention of... read more...|
|Sat 16:00||weyweyumfozo||Talk from South Africa of suing for damages:
"Evidence emerging in the United Kingdom about the possible manipulation of the gold price for a decade could have major implications for South African investors and mining companies who might be able to sue for damages in terms of South African law.'
Article includes a theory on how the Fed/Bullion Banks keep the... read more...|
|Sat 13:24||mroalan||HTTP://www.alternet.org/economy/real-story-behind-detroit-pension-fight-and-what-it-means-americas-future?page=0%2C0 read more...|
|Fri 19:08||maxk||It might be an idea if O'Bammy started looking after the American economy and people instead of trying to start a new war. I mean, he's got two (hopeless) ones on the go already.
Why are 47 million Americans on food stamps? It’s the recession — mostly.
By Brad Plumer
September 23, 2013 at 11:37 am
There's a fairly basic question at the core of the current food-stamp debate in... read more...|
|Fri 14:32||chipperfrd||Well, whilst you guys chat about Ukraine today, the USD Index dived and then recovered somewhat and gold took a big hit as the COMEX opened. And the 10Y T Bond rose to 2.81%.
Arguably these are also reasonable topics for this thread.