Pierre Cloutier: A View of Concern About the North American Union

A respected commentator in French (here is Google translation to English): The new American superpower A new ideological and geopolitical discourse is now to appear in the American economic and military circles political leaders. Faced with the rise of Chinese power, soon to be, inevitably, the largest economy in the world in terms of production, …

Pierre Cloutier: From Quebec, A View of the Growing Tyranny in the USA

Being read in the north. How The Boston Bombing Is Already Being Exploited To Introduce Tyranny EXTRACT The point of a false flag is to frighten the population of any given nation into relinquishing freedom in the name of safety, which in the process gives the central government even more control. In the wake of …

Pierre Cloutier: Prof. Rodrigue Tremplay on Fed’s Monetary Policy of Zero Interest Rate — Combined with Inflation, Burying the US Economy

The Fed’s Monetary Policy of Zero Interest Rates “A More Than Questionable Bernanke Fed Monetary Policy.” “If the American people ever allow private banks to control the issuance of their currency, first by inflation and then by deflation, the banks and corporations that will grow up around them will deprive the people of all their …

Pierre Cloutier: US Dollar will Crash, US & Others Will Finally Follow Iceland Lead and (Hopefully) Strip Banks of All Their Assets While Insuring Bottom-Up

Very good analysis here. GEAB N°72 is available! Global systemic crisis – Second half of 2013: The reality or the anticipation of the Dollar collapse obliges the world to reorganize on new fundamentals EXTRACT Bank failures: Towards an « Icelandation » of the banking crisis’ management In the face of this shock, our team estimates …

Pierre Cloutier: Rodrigue Tremblay on Congressional Abdication, US Financial Default — Lies, Fears, and The Chicago Plan Option — Save the Country, Screw the Banks

The U.S. Congress: From One Crisis to Another Prof. Rodrigue Tremblay GlobalResearch, 5 February 2013 One crisis averted, three to come! Indeed, that’s what can be said after the U.S. House of Representatives passed legislation on January 23, 2013, to suspend the government’s statutory borrowing limit for three months. In fact, the cycle of artificially …