Monday, June 11, 2012

The Doc interviews Ned Naylor-Leyland

* High recommended *

The Doc, from interviews Ned Naylor-Leyland, senior analyst from Cheviot Asset Management on the situation in Europe, Gold and a new physically backed precious metals exchange.

The Derivatives NIGHTMARE: A Fraud Far Beyond Fractional Reserve Banking

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Martin Armstrong - Is Chaos Around the Corner?

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Brother JohnF Silver Update

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Gerald Celente - Global Currency Watch with Stephen Ayre - June 7, 2012


Silverfuturist - "Render unto Caeser"

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Young Turks on the Global Economic Collapse

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Is a global financial collapse coming? The fact that Germany 2-year bond yields are at 0% suggests bad news, as The Young Turks host Cenk Uygur explains.

The Doc interviews Eric Sprott

The Doc from interviews Eric Sprott, CEO of Sprott Asset Management.

99.9% Pawn

I have watched this pawn show a few times on Australian TV, and yet again this episode proves the Old Man is a genius and his sons a pack of paper bug strugglers.

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Double Standards

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The war is on, the Western media are clamoring for an aerial bombardment of Damascus and the US, NATO and al-Qaeda units are ready for a wider war, and this edition of the show examines the Syrian crisis. Goldman Sachs ramps up its opportunity to create jobs in the White House, the Irish debate the pros and cons of the European Union's austerity measures; and Syria's developments are the major issues reviewed by Afshin Rattansi. Afshin also interviews Haitham Alsibahi from the Syrian Social Club to talk about the rapidly deteriorating situation in Syria. He will also comment on the recent massacre in Houla. 2012 Bilderberg Conference in Virginia, the US drone attacks killing innocent people in Afghanistan, Pakistan, Yemen and Somalia, the conspiracy against Julian Assnage's Wikileaks, Tony Blair at the Levenson Enquiry and much more stories are all reviewed in this edition of Double Standards.