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Category Archives: Bretton Woods

Davos Elite Eat $40 Hot Dogs While “Struggling For Answers”, Cowering in “Silent Fear”

For those unfamiliar with what goes on at the annual January boondoggle at the World Economic Forum in Davos, here is the simple breakdown. Officially, heads of state, captains of industry, prominent academics, philanthropists and a retinue of journalists, celebrities and hangers-on will descend Tuesday on the picturesque alpine village of Davos, Switzerland, for the […]

China Gaining Western Allies as Development Bank Partners: “A Blow to U.S. Efforts”

Recently, SHTF has pointed out the rise of China and their aim to become a major part of the new global reserve currency, and hence a major weight in the new global order. China’s renminbi is positioning for major global exchange; the BRICS development bank is taking off, to the chagrin of the U.S. axis […]

Sting Operation in Bretton Woods Institutions / Karen Hudes / March 9, 2014 The World Bank and IMF have now grown to 188 member countries, and they share the same Board of Governors; some countries have the same representative on the resident Boards of Executive Directors of the World Bank and IMF.  The hidden purpose of the World Bank and IMF was to supervise the […]

Dylan Grice On The Intrinsic Value Of Gold, And How Not To Be A Turkey / By Dylan Grice / July 31, 2013, 19:23 -0400 From Dylan Grice, of Edelweiss Holdings On The Intrinsic Value Of Gold, And How Not To Be A Turkey One thing we’ve learned in our time in the investment industry is that people love things that go up. They also hate things that go down, albeit with […]


Advance Look: What The New Gold Standard Will Look Like

Campaign poster showing William McKinley holding U.S. flag and standing on gold coin “sound money”, held up by group of men, in front of ships “commerce” and factories “civilization”. / By Steve Forbes / 5/08/2013 @ 11:39AM Just as there are many variations on democracy, there are also various–and legitimate–types of gold standards. The U.S. political system […]

Miners High-Risk Despite Modern Gold Rush

Just east of Sacramento and right on the edge of the Sierra Nevada mountains lies a seemingly bucolic area that was, in the 1840s, the hub of the California Gold Rush. Today, more than 150 years later, this same region is beginning to experience a mining renaissance. Is it possible that California will experience a […]

‘BRICS Development Bank would shift the tectonic plates of geopolitics and geo-economics’ / By Pepe Escobar / Published time: March 28, 2013 01:29 The BRICS Development Bank is the beginning of the end of the existing monetary management system, Asia Times correspondent Pepe Escobar told RT. RT: There’s no doubt about it, these countries that form the BRICS, they haven’t got a lot in common […]

BRICS Nations Plan New Bank to Bypass World Bank, IMF

Tomohiro Ohsumi/Bloomberg While BRICS leaders may approve the creation of a development bank in principle at the summit, there’s still disagreement on how it should be funded and operated. / By Mike Cohen & Ilya Arkhipov – Mar 26, 2013 3:31 AM ET The biggest emerging markets are uniting to tackle under-development and currency […]

China Preparing To Impose Bretton Woods II Gold Standard / March 7, 2013 With continued volatility in the gold and silver markets, today acclaimed money manager Stephen Leeb told King World News the Chinese accumulated a remarkable 1,500 tons of gold last year, and they are preparing to demand a second Bretton Woods type meeting.  This is a stunning interview because it lays out […]