Monthly Archives: December 2012
With thanks to my friend Tony Brogan for the link, this post relates to the USA but very much reflects the situation at home here in Ireland: Bagmen Not Statesmen 26 DECEMBER 2012 By Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com What has been going on in Washington, D.C., since the financial meltdown of 2008 has been a disaster for […]
The Lie that Prosecuting Bank Fraud Will Destabilize the Economy Is What Is REALLY Destroying the Economy…..
Failing to Prosecute White Collar Crime Guarantees a Weak and Unstable Economy … and Future Financial Crashes by Washington’s Blog The Departments of Justice and Treasury arepretending that criminally prosecuting criminal banksters will destabilize the economy. The exact opposite is true. Failing to prosecute criminal fraud has beendestabilizing the economy since at least 2007 … and will cause huge crashes in the […]
I would like to take an opportunity to wish all the followers of Awaken Longford Blog and also on Facebook and Twitter, a very Merry Christmas. 2012 has been a very difficult year, we have all faced trials and tribulations, some of epic proportions, this has had the positive effect of waking up a significant […]
Alasdair Macleod started his career as a stockbroker in 1970 on the London Stock Exchange, and learned through experience about things as diverse as mining shares and general economics. Within nine years Macleod had risen to become a senior partner at his firm. He subsequently held positions at director level in investment management, fund management and banking. For […]
By Oliver Hirt Reuters Friday, December 21, 2012 ZURICH, Switzerland — Private investors in Switzerland, Austria, and Germany are lining up to buy gold bars the size of a credit card that can easily be broken into 1-gram pieces and used as payment in an emergency. Now Swiss refinery Valcambi, a unit of U.S. mining […]
I have had some intriguing discussion with ordinary Irish People who are exercising their right to take High Court Action where they say their rights have been impinged on and they are suffering undue distress as a result. Several Irish people have now experienced the same treatment/reaction from Ulster Bank when they attempt to serve […]