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Joining The Dots - Greece, Russia, Money Printing

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Bit of an eye opener this one, or at least confirmatory in regards quite a few economic and political issues buzzing around at the moment. Not leasr, who stirred up Ukraine, why Greece was shoehorned by the back door into europe, money priniting etc from someone who really probably does know exactly what has been goiing on.

http://www.kitco.com/ind/Browne/bio.html

John Browne

www.europac.net

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John Browne is the Senior Market Strategist for Euro Pacific Capital, Inc. Mr. Brown is a distinguished former member of Britain's Parliament who served on the Treasury Select Committee, as Chairman of the Conservative Small Business Committee, and as a close associate of then-Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher. Among his many notable assignments, John served as a principal advisor to Mrs. Thatcher's government on issues related to the Soviet Union, and was the first to convince Thatcher of the growing stature of then Agriculture Minister Mikhail Gorbachev. As a partial result of Brown's advocacy, Thatcher famously pronounced that Gorbachev was a man the West "could do business with." A graduate of the Royal Military Academy Sandhurst, Britain's version of West Point and retired British army major, John served as a pilot, parachutist, and communications specialist in the elite Grenadiers of the Royal Guard.

In addition to careers in British politics and the military, John has a significant background, spanning some 37 years, in finance and business. After graduating from the Harvard Business School, John joined the New York firm of Morgan Stanley & Co as an investment banker. He has also worked with such firms as Barclays Bank and Citigroup. During his career he has served on the boards of numerous banks and international corporations, with a special interest in venture capital. He is a frequent guest on CNBC's Kudlow & Co. and a former contributing editor and columnist of NewsMax Media's Financial Intelligence Report and Moneynews.com. He holds FINRA series 7 & 63 licenses.

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Nuclear war seems unlikely, unless the idea is to eliminate 80% of the people on the planet.

Agree, but purposely stirring the risk pot seems an insane move in itself.

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Agree, but purposely stirring the risk pot seems an insane move in itself.

Yes, but it is part of the American/West plan. They need to create as much chaos as possible - to try to cut Russia from Europe, to try to stall the de-dollarisation (won't work) and to try to protect their hegemonic dollar world order.

Conversely, all Russia needs to do is avoid outright military action (i.e. actual Russia invasion and warfare). I expect America to get more desperate and more eager in their attempts to lure Russia into this sort of outright confrontation. They will use all methods at their disposal.

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So he works for Peter Schiff? (just to establish his book)

Apparently so by the link, but you could hardly get much more mainstream establishment by his history.

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Interesting. Max Keiser was saying in one of his recent interviews that there is now a huge market for mercenaries (private armies) and these are extremely lucrative (Blackwater etc). A war would get rid of a huge chunk of the world's population whilst also increasing profits for these private companies. I don't want to sound cynical but things are looking more and more sinister all the time.

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Nuclear war seems unlikely, unless the idea is to eliminate 80% of the people on the planet.

Could you imaging being stuck, alive, with the self selecting 20%-ers!!!!

We'd have politicnas, the landed gentry, solicitors and bankers.

Blow me up please :lol::lol::lol::lol:

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