Interview 1060 - Finance and Liberty: Fed, Greece, Globalism and Gold

06/24/20156 Comments

via Today James joins Elijah Johnson of Finance and Liberty to discuss the latest court case confirming that the Federal Reserve can do anything it wants, the possibility of Greece aligning with Russia during the ongoing Eurozone crisis, the continuation of the long-term plan for global governance, and the Texas state gold bullion depository.

Fed Court Loss Changes Absolutely Nothing

Century of Enslavement: The History of the Federal Reserve

ECB Gives Greek Banks Barely Enough Cash To Cover One Day's Bank Run

Desperate Greeks Withdraw Money from Accounts

Greek Banks "Unofficially" Limit Walk-In Withdrawals To €3,000, FT Reports

Goldman's "Conspiracy Theory" Stunner: A Greek Default Is Precisely What The ECB Wants

Russia, Greece sign €2bn deal on Turkish Stream gas pipeline

Spotlight Baluchistan: Minerals, Pipelines & Terrorists in the Imperial Great Game

China’s SWIFT Alternative and the (Engineered) Death of the Dollar

Russia’s Gazprom and China’s CNPC to exclude dollar from gas settlements

China, the IMF, and the Coming Global Currency

Texas Senate Passes Bill to Establish Bullion Depository

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  1. sunny says:

    Hi James, first time commenting. A question concerning southeastern Europe: have you ever covered the situation in the Balkans in the 90’s and the lies that the general public was sold during that period? And the situation in Kosovo, Eulex, the purchase of Kosovar telecoms by U.S politicians who spearheaded the NATO bombing of Serbia etc? Also of interest is the establishment of Camp Bondsteel, one of the bigger U.S army camps in Europe, placed strategically in the middle of Kosovo and the subsequent lack of media coverage by either the English or Serbian sources. I have been searching for this interesting topic but couldn’t find it.
    If you haven’t covered it would you perhaps consider doing a recap on the topic? Thanks.

  2. candideschmyles says:

    The connections made in this interview are as usual revealing and mind bogglingly brazen in the sheer audacity of everything. The levels of outrage can get compartmentalised so its worth taking a moment to remember all the people who suffer poisoning, maiming and death as victim or relative, or find their ancestral land usurped and its natural resources stolen. If, like me,you live in an English speaking country, Europe or Japan you have never experienced that. Our pilfered tax dollars, our ever more marginal wages being squeezed a little tighter are minor iritations when you consider the true scale of human suffering.

    With the moment duly taken ….. in the section where you talk about Greek flirtations with Russia you have to laugh at Putin. He’s like an annoying little terrier always looking for a way to antagonise. All be it a terrier with nuclear ICBM’s. As to what’s happening in Greece, somebody blinked but who?

    • I think it’s too soon to tell what will happen with Greece and which way it dances. There is a lot of play here between the various factions. Ultimately, I see these geopolitical gyrations from Ukraine, Greece, to the Middle East, Central Asia and the Asia Pacific as mere jockeying for positions, breast beating, and getting things ready for an upcoming global conflagration, should it come to that, if the various oligarchs decide to have a “cleansing” of sorts. The global power structure (from G7, Bilderberg, etc.) is very much like in the movie Godfather, where the head Dons all get together and have a gentleman’s roundtable meeting in the 3D version, discuss their various agendas and plans, square deals, agree on their turf wars, who will run what drugs, etc., and once they leave, they continue having their goons whack each other and the whole 2D dance thing continues.

      • candideschmyles says:

        Nobody has blinked anyway. Just a little fluttering of eyelashes it would seem. The banks stock up on Euros, they are promptly drained. It is not the 99% of Greeks who are doing this hard cash liquiditation, the 99% used up their realisable assets well back into this rape. Mafialike it certainly is. Yet Syriza is not blinking so far!

        • Unfortunately, I am skeptical of Syriza. I recall reading something unsubstantiated regarding Soros’ money funneling being behind Syriza. If so, then it’s just another variable in the dialectic and this is just another scripted controlled opposition. If Syriza under Tsipras truly shows the middle finger to the IMF and the Troika, then I will be pleasantly surprised.

        • candideschmyles says:

          I’m more or less sceptical of everything. Not even sure my thoughts are mine despite Descartes famous “I think therefore I am”. Despite not inconsiderable effort I do not feel qualified to be persuaded of anything during this so called Greek crisis. It remains something that will only be understood if we are lucky and as a history.

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