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The IMF secures its slice of Cyprus by ‘contributing’ to its bailout

The International Monetary Fund (IMF) said today in Brussels that its contribution to the bailout of Cyprus will be of 1,000 million euros (1,340 million dollars). Confirmation of the figure that was so far a speculation comes a day after Nicosia closed the bailout terms with its creditor -the troika- which is composed by the IMF, the European Central Bank and the European Commission. The IMF’s board communicated that ...Read full article...

European Leaders Negotiate How to Collapse Europe

Herman van Rompuy Calls for less sovereignty for remaining nation-states. By LUIS MIRANDA | THE REAL AGENDA | SEPTEMBER 9, 2012 Flashback: Herman van Rompuy, President of the European Union: “Homogenous Nation States are Dead”. The collapse of the Euro and the European Union is not a result of the financial crisis created by the bankers. In fact, the crisis was created as a way to justify the banker acquisition of ...Read full article...

Draghi brings in the ‘goodies’ to capture Spain and Italy

By LUIS MIRANDA | THE REAL AGENDA | SEPTEMBER 7, 2012 Mario ‘Super Mario‘ Draghi has unloaded his bag of goodies after the European Central Bank agreed to acquire the European continent. The line of states begging for a ‘rescue’ is headed by Spain and Italy, with Portugal and France waiting on the wings. The European Central Bank announced the already expected purchase of sovereign debt to keep the ...Read full article...

Spain’s debt will increase by 23,000 billion Euros until the end of 2012

By LUIS MIRANDA | THE REAL AGENDA | AUGUST 6, 2012 You are not going crazy. 23,884 billion euros is approximately what Spain’s debt will be in the short term should the country continue to adopt the European banking policies. The reason for this is that the current and soon to come newest austerity and indebtedness measures will prolong the country’s painful crawl towards bankruptcy while inflating the government’s ...Read full article...

Spain Officially under Brussels Rule

By requesting a financial bailout of its banking system and accepting all measures recommended by Brussels, Spain has effectively walked into the wolf’s den. By LUIS MIRANDA | THE REAL AGENDA | JUNE 26, 2012 The reaction to Spain’s decision to accept a financial bailout for its banking system had immediate reactions everywhere in that country and abroad. First, the decision to request over $100 billion dollars to Brussels ...Read full article...

“We are absolutely slaves to Central Banks”

By LUIS MIRANDA | THE REAL AGENDA | JUNE 25, 2012 It hasn’t been a secret for long, but very few times do viewers watch or listen to guests on main stream media not only accepting the fact that we are all slaves who work for central bankers, but to admit it emphatically on US national television. In a recent interview on CNBC’s Kudlow Report, one of the co-hosts ...Read full article...

Spain: Tax us all to Save the Euro

The government in Madrid officially calls for bailout, but refrains from calling it so. By IAN TRAYNOR | UK GUARDIAN | JUNE 7, 2012 Spain is warning that Europe‘s single currency will unravel unless its leaders decide within weeks to centralise budget and tax policies in the eurozone and agree on a strategy to pool responsibility for failing banks. As Spain’s prime minister, Mariano Rajoy, came under mounting international pressure to accept ...Read full article...

Spain Gets Closer to Requesting European Bailout of Banks

CNBC | MAY 29, 2012 Spanish 10-year borrowing costs neared the 7 percent danger level and Bankia shares hit record lows on Monday after the government, struggling to sort out its finances, proposed putting sovereign debt into the struggling lender. Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy pinned the blame for the rising borrowing costs—the spread over Germany reached the highest since the euro’s launch—on concern about the future of the single ...Read full article...

Banks Can No Longer Hide the Collapse

By LUIS MIRANDA | THE REAL AGENDA | MAY 16, 2012 It’s been at least four years since the current financial collapse began. Back in 2008, when the crisis was already taking shape, the banks supported by international financial institutions such as the IMF, World Bank, Bank of Europe, Bank of England and the US Federal Reserve did not hesitate to calm everyone down saying that the earliest signs of a global ...Read full article...

Impeachable Offenses by Obama and the U.S. Congress

The time for informing and educating is over. The time to hold government accountable for their unconstitutional actions is here. By LUIS R. MIRANDA | THE REAL AGENDA | APRIL 12, 2012 “Government is not reason, it is not eloquence, it is force; like fire, a troublesome servant and a fearful master.” How could George Washington get it so dead on right? Everything that government is known better for ...Read full article...
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