Tag: greece

Interview 1058 – New World Next Week with James Evan Pilato

06/19/20154 Comments

This week on the New World Next Week: Greece ups the ante by calling its debt illegal and odious; American police corruption back in the news with stop-and-seize; and Texas creates its own bullion depository.

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Interview 1057 – Financial Survival: Greece Drops “Odious Debt” Bombshell

06/18/20158 Comments

The world is getting crazier by the minute, and this week’s headlines are a case in point. From the Texas bullion depository to the Greek odious debt argument to the China-Russia gas deal, James and Alfred cover the stories that are destined to impact our lives in the near future.

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Real Solutions Arise Out of the Greek Crisis

06/09/20155 Comments

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Interview 1040 – Financial Survival: The Global Tax Grid Cometh

05/14/20155 Comments

Every week James appears on Financial Survival with Alfred Adask to discuss news, economics and current events. This week they discuss the Eurozone meltdown and the unlikelihood of a Grexit, why more Americans are renouncing their citizenship than ever, and how a global tax grid is being constructed behind the scenes as a cornerstone of world government.

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EUpocalypse Now?! Greece Demands WWII Reparations From Germany

04/08/20154 Comments

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Greece At the Crossroads: Debt Jubilee or Business As Usual?

02/15/20159 Comments

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Police vs. Waze, Syriza in Power, Peanut Cure – New World Next Week

02/04/20150 Comments

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Interview 997 – New World Next Week with James Evan Pilato

01/30/201526 Comments

This week on the New World Next Week: police want to disable police-tracking on geolocation app; Syriza comes to power in Greece; and peanut allergies could be history.

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David L. Smith on the Eurozone Breakup (video)

12/13/20120 Comments


David L. Smith of GenevaBusinessInsider.blogspot.com (YouTube: genevabusinessinside) joins us for a conversation on the Eurozone, including the latest from Italy with Berlusconi running for office once again. We also discuss the Greek bailout and its implications for the Eurozone generally, the FOMC’s decision to up the QE ante to $85 billion a month, and the ultimate futility of trying to meld the European countries together.

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Interview 563 – David L. Smith on the Eurozone Breakup

12/13/20120 Comments

David L. Smith of GenevaBusinessInsider.blogspot.com (YouTube: genevabusinessinside) joins us for a conversation on the Eurozone, including the latest from Italy with Berlusconi running for office once again. We also discuss the Greek bailout and its implications for the Eurozone generally, the FOMC’s decision to up the QE ante to $85 billion a month, and the ultimate futility of trying to meld the European countries together.

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