Migrant Crisis

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How Negative Interest Rates Will Turbocharge The Migrant Crisis

By Nick Giambruno, Casey Research In the 1989 Batman movie, the Joker (played by Jack Nicholson) showers a crowded Gotham street with free money. In the scene, it looks like it’s raining hundred-dollar bills. The people love it. Little do they know, the money is actually a trap. Once the Joker has lured them into … Continue reading

European Borders May Be Redrawn As Europe Embraces Nationalism

By Ryan McMaken In the wake of the Paris attacks, Europe is being pulled in two directions at once. On the one hand is the rise of localist nationalism in the form of border closings, border fences, and Euroskepticism. On the other hand is the rise of renewed militarism as the French state calls for even … Continue reading

Does The Economist Magazine Cover Foreshadow A False Flag Event That Will Happen In November?

By Michael Snyder Have the elite warned us that November 3rd and November 5th will be particularly important dates?  The Economist has very close ties to the Rothschild banking dynasty of Europe, and it has been a well-known mouthpiece for the global elite for decades.  That is why all of the weird imagery that was … Continue reading

Sovereign Refugee Bonds: The Solution To The Migrant Crisis?

A Washington, D.C.-based emerging markets specialist and Asia Times columnist, Gary N. Kleiman, is proposing an idea on how to finance relief efforts for Europe’s widening migrant crisis: sovereign refugee bonds. Kleiman makes the case for the bonds in the Financial Times’s beyondbrics blog on Thursday. He argues that the funding model — which relies on governments backed by private donations — … Continue reading

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