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Reggie Middleton Uncovers the Future of the Irish & Their Banking System

From YouTube: Reggie Middleton uncovers extremely unnerving omissions, misrepresentations and what appears to many lay persons as outright fraud in the Irish banking system along with an in depth interview with Max Keiser in London. He names several banks directly, … Continue reading

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Busted.. Cyprus Was Just The Preamble

by Reggie Middleton Here come’s the next bank surprise. This bank, which is still trading in the US/Ireland and is still accepting deposits and making loans, appears to have some pretty fishy underpinnings. For paid subcribers, I’ve posted another potentially “Cyprus’d” … Continue reading

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Benjamin Bernanke LIED To The World About QE3 & Unemployment & Reggie Middleton Calls Him On

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Collapse in Europe is Absolutely Unavoidable

From YouTube: http://usawatchdog.com – The stock market rallied on news the European debt crisis is on its way to being fixed, but is it really? Not a chance, says today’s guest. Reggie Middleton of BoomBustblog.com says, “Europe is insolvent,” and nothing … Continue reading

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What Happens If GLD Doesn’t Have The Physical Gold To Back Its Investment Funds?

This is the final installment of my interview with the CEO of GBI: Gold Bullion International, a Wall Street firm that facilitates trading in actual physical gold for retail and institutional investors directly through their brokerage account. This segment covers: … Continue reading

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I believe Germany poses the biggest threat to global harmony for 2012.

Here’s why… European banks are (in addition to borrowing on a secured basis from those customers they usually lend to) also paying insurers and pension funds to take their illiquid bonds in exchange for better quality ones, in a desperate … Continue reading

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