Archive for February 14th, 2011

QE2 Is a Total Failure and Bernanke Is Delusional About Inflation

Monday, February 14th, 2011

Bob Chapman International Forecaster Feb 14, 2011 The discontent and seeds of rebellion existed for a long time in Egypt as it has in many other countries. The major powers of the world were content with Mr. Mubarak, especially the US, which gave him $60 billion over 30 years and allowed him to move... »

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Iran’s Government Running Scared As It Preemptively Arrests Opposition Leader Before Protests Really Kick Off

Monday, February 14th, 2011

Gregory White BusinessInsider.com Feb. 14, 2011 Iran’s government has preemptively put opposition leader Mir Hossein Mousavi under house arrest, afraid of his potential role in new protests set to start today, according to the BBC. Mousavi was a key leader in the protests that broke out in Iran in 2009, after it was believed... »

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The Struggle for Self-Determination in the Arab World: The Alliance between Arab Dictators and Global Capital

Monday, February 14th, 2011

PART II: Is 1848 Repeating Itself in the Arab World? by Mahdi Darius Nazemroaya Global Research February 14, 2011 PART II The Struggle for Self-Determination in the Arab World The Arabs are seeing their second wave of revolt against colonialism. The first wave of revolt started between the First World War and at the... »

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Inflation, Hyperinflation and Real Estate

Monday, February 14th, 2011

By Gonzalo Lira GonzaloLira.com Most people in the advanced economies – including most economists – really don’t have any idea what inflation and hyperinflation is. They don’t have a clue because they haven’t lived through it, or were children when it happened in the States and in Europe during the Seventies. They think it’s... »

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Inflation: how scared should we be?

Monday, February 14th, 2011

The anxious wait for Tuesday’s CPI figures. By Philip Aldrick, and Emma Rowley Telegraph.co.uk In a quiet corner of a Newport office, a group of 10 statisticians worked late into the night on Friday to put the finishing touches to January’s inflation update. Theirs looks like any other open-plan office, except that the Office... »

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Mideast Unrest Spreads

Monday, February 14th, 2011

Protests Target Iran, Bahrain, Libya; Egypt Dissolves Parliament, Sets Elections By MARGARET COKER, MATT BRADLEY and TAMER EL-GHOBASHY WSJ.com CAIRO – As Egypt’s new military leadership suspended the constitution, dissolved parliament and promised fresh elections, demands for similar political reform swept across the Arab world – from Libya to Iran – following the resignation... »

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Egyptian military imposes martial law

Monday, February 14th, 2011

Egyptian military dissolves parliament and suspends constitution, but says it will only keep power until elections can be held By Craig Whitlock and Samuel Sockol Washington Post Foreign Service CAIRO – Egypt’s military chiefs seized near-complete control of the country Sunday by dissolving the parliament and suspending the constitution. The leaders of the armed... »

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Iran’s green opposition calls rally despite government ban

Monday, February 14th, 2011

Committee gathers support and asserts constitutional right to protest By Saeed Kamali Dehghan Guardian.co.uk Sunday 13 February 2011 Activists in Iran will go ahead with a banned rally in central Tehran on Monday in defiance of warnings by the regime and a heavy security presence, a figure in the green movement has told the... »

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Middle East nations scramble to contain unrest

Monday, February 14th, 2011

Governments step up political concessions, dole out benefits or prepare the riot police in attempts to keep order after the uprisings in Tunisia and Egypt, which showed people that strongmen may not be needed to protect against sectarian violence or Islamic extremism. By Kim Murphy Los Angeles Times Reporting from Amman, Jordan – To... »

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Worst Freeze In 60 Years Wipes Out Entire Crops Across The Southwestern U.S. And Northern Mexico

Monday, February 14th, 2011

EndOfTheAmericanDream.com Get ready to pay a lot more for produce at the supermarket. In early February the worst freeze in 60 years wiped out entire crops all across the southwestern U.S. and northern Mexico. Already, it has been reported that some U.S. supermarkets have doubled or even tripled prices for certain produce items. Yes,... »

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