Παρασκευή, Οκτώβριος 20, 2017
We were forwarded this commentary from an anonymous author in Athens. It's an excellent analysis of the current situation in Ukraine, and also lays out what Greece is faced with: The increasing likelihood of its own "Maidan"-style coup in...
Jacques Sapir The euro is destroying Europe. Ever since the Greek government debt crisis erupted in 2015 between the government of Prime Minister Alex Tsipras and European leaders, that is the inescapable conclusion. The destruction does not come, principally, from...
The introduction in the U.S. Senate of a bill to restore GlassSteagall bank separation, combined with reports that this has the support of key individuals in the Trump White House (cf. SAS 15-16/17), provoked a flurry of panicked articles...
As Western establishment politicians and media rose in one voice to accuse the Syrian government forces of launching a sarin gas attack on its civilian population in Khan Sheikhoun on April 4, informed observers were reminded of the blatantly...
Theodore Katsanevas Paul Krugman, writes that “Fifteen years ago Greece was no paradise, but it wasn’t in crisis either. Then Greece joined the euro, foreign money poured in, the economy boomed, inflation rose; and Greece became increasingly uncompetitive. The Greeks...
Ex-Greek finance minister Varoufakis preaches around the globe that he is all for helping poor people and countries hit hard by the crisis stand on their feet again. However, contrary to his promises, his real aim is to help...

The EU dinosaurs on the eve of extinction

Strangely enough, after a two-and-half hour meeting on Feb. 9 between Angela Merkel and Mario Draghi, not a single item of information was given on the content. But one can safely assume that they discussed how to face the...
Dearest and Esteemed People of Greece,You are being slaughtered right in front of the world’s eyes and nobody says beep. Least the Greek elite. Your Government. A few, but a few too many, allow the slaughter because it doesn’t...
The March 31 issue of the EIR weekly magazine provides an exhaustive historical, political and economic investigation of the “Deep State” which is currently deployed to sabotage the potential represented by the Trump Administration. The “Deep State”, as defined...
After the most venomous transition period in recent U.S. history, marked by unprecedented “fake” news and slanders, as well as continued attempts to launch a color revolution against the President-elect, Donald Trump was inaugurated President of the United States on Jan. 20. His...
A three-part interview with Lyndon LaRouche conducted in January by Joseph Ford Cotto was posted last week in the recently-relaunched San Francisco Review of Books. In his introduction to the interview, Cotto speaks highly of LaRouche: “People have said...

Why Greece should Leave the Eurozone

Hans Werner Sinn THERE are not many issues on which I agree with my colleagues Paul Krugman and Joseph E. Stiglitz and the former Greek finance minister Yanis Varoufakis. But one of them is the view that an exit from...
source: https://corporateeurope.org/economy-finance/2016/12/ecb-quantitative-easing-funds-multinationals-and-climate-change CC3.0 license Corporate Europe Observatory has decoded the list of beneficiaries of the European Central Bank’s corporate bond purchasing scheme. The results are disturbing, unless you think oil, fancy cars, motorways, champagne, and gambling are good places to put...
Theresa May executes classic British geopolitical intervention Despite the rapidly changing strategic balance in the world, British Prime Minister Theresa May is still pretending she hasn’t noticed anything. Thus, during her visit to the United States last week, she...
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