Massachusetts Accuses Merrill of Fraud

The top securities regulator in Massachusetts accused Merrill Lynch on Friday of defrauding the city of Springfield with subprime-linked investments, casting light on how Wall Street banks sold complex mortgage securities that are now plummeting in value as the housing slump deepens. Skip to next paragraph Stephan Savoia/Associated Press William Galvin, Massachusetts secretary of state, […]

Fed slashes rates in shock move

The Federal Reserve, contrary to its name a private corporate entity, that has been allowed to make money out of thin air and loan it to us against interest is causing this massive depression. They are the perpetrators not the victims. Watch the video “the Money masters” or if you don’t have three hours to […]

Shares suffer biggest fall since 9/11

The FTSE 100 on Monday suffered its biggest one-day fall since the attacks on the World Trade Centre more than six years ago as the worst fears about the prospects for the global economy took hold. In a tumultuous session, the index was down as much as 5.7 per cent to 5,571.0 as dealers capitulated […]

2008 election charade, part 2: White House bought by big money

Jan 15, 2008, 00:18 Email this article  Printer friendly page As previously written, the 2008 election is a manipulation, rigged by political elites working behind sock puppet candidates. This fact is even more obvious when one follows the money. What big money interests want OpenSecrets.org is one vital resource that tracks campaign money flows in detail, and virtually in […]

A light introduction to the events on 9-11-2001 in New York

I know that for many Kiwi’s the terror attacks of 9/11 are long in the past. They are accepted by most as perpetrated by 19 young extremist Arabs send to their death by a madman in a cave. But how could these 19 young man evade the CIA and the FBI for years and than hijack […]

Key reveals briefing by SIS chief

The Security Intelligence Service has issued a rare public statement to dispel speculation it was involved in this week’s police operation that culminated in the arrest of 17 alleged activists. Yesterday, Prime Minister Helen Clark, who is the minister responsible for the service, refused to comment on National Party claims that the service had briefed […]

Japan and China lead flight from the dollar

Japan and China led a record withdrawl of foreign funds from the United States in August, heightening fears of a fresh slide in the dollar and a spike in US bond yields. The US requires $70bn a month in capital inflows to cover its current account deficit Data from the US Treasury showed outflows of […]