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Interview 647 - New World Next Week with James Evan Pilato

04/12/20130 Comments

This week on the New World Next Week: Cyprus is forced to sell the majority of its central bank gold holdings; Anonymous(?) attacks(?) Israel in an ongoing online cyberwar; and a medical trial into the use of psilocybin for treating depression has been shut down in Britain.

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Bail-in: The Birth of the New Financial Order

04/11/20134 Comments

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Bail-ins, BOJ Follies, Gold Referendum (video)

04/07/20130 Comments

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Interview 645 - The Geneva Business Insider with David L. Smith

04/07/20132 Comments

David L. Smith of GenevaBusinessInsider.blogspot.com joins us for our monthly discussion on economics, finance and politics. This month we cover the Cyprus bail-ins, the latest developments in the Bank of Japan's quantitative easing plans, and the latest on the Swiss citizen initiative to account for the country's gold.

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Interview 632 - Radio Liberty: Fallout from Cyprus

03/26/20131 Comment

The Cyprus aftermath is just beginning to work its way through the markets as investors struggle to understand what the Cypriot "bail-in" means for the future of the Eurozone. Now reports are emerging that many of the large, uninsured Russian depositors managed to get their money out the "back door" through affiliate banks and branch offices in other countries even as ordinary Cypriots will have to wait until Thursday to get their money. The EU has also apparently threatened Latvia against wooing any potential Russian depositors toward their banking system. This week on his weekly appearance on Radio Liberty, James Corbett discusses the deal and its fallout with Dr. Stan Monteith.

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Interview 630 - Radio Liberty: The Cyprus Event

03/19/20130 Comments

Every Monday afternoon James Corbett joins Dr. Stan Monteith of Radio Liberty to talk world finance, economics, and geopolitics. This week we discuss the bombshell events in Cyprus over the weekend as the banks shut down and the government prepares to confiscate a portion of their customers' savings? Is this the beginning of a wider Eurozone meltdown? Is this the sign of things to come in the unfolding economic collapse?

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