Friday, 22 November , 2019

money

Nature juridique et fonction politique des monnaies et cryptomonnaies

Étude et analyse juridique du concept monétaire et de son évolution. Par Valérie Bugault Octobre 2018 Le concept de cryptomonnaie ne peut être compris qu’à partir du...

Why other countries are giving China a licence to print money

Chinese state-owned firm winning contracts to print foreign currencies as country seeks to expand global reach and influence By Stephen Chen 12 August, 2018 China is printing...

India, Death by Demonetization: “Financial Genocide”, The Crime of the Century

By Peter Koenig January 20, 2017 A Financial genocide, if there was ever one. Death by demonetization, probably killing hundreds of thousands, if not millions of...

Faut-il appeler de nos vœux l’avènement des cryptomonnaies ?

18 Février2018 Valérie Bugault nous propose une série de deux articles en écho à l’interview de Xavier Moreau  publiée récemment sur le site des Non Alignés. Dans...

Total Control: Abolishing Cash to Control Everybody, Everywhere

By Peter Koenig 27.12.2017 The other day I was in a shopping mall looking for an ATM to get some cash. There was no ATM. A...

Blockchain’s Broken Promises | By Nouriel Roubini

Jan 26, 2018 Boosters of blockchain technology compare its early days to the early days of the Internet. But whereas the Internet quickly gave rise...

The failure of the Soviet economy and the global domination of...

Anti-imperialist Alliance Tobias Pfennig Today I would like to speak about “The failure of the soviet economy and the global domination of the petrodollar”. While we...

Cash Is No Longer King: The Phasing Out Of Physical Money...

The unprecedented collusion between governments and central banks that occurred in 2008 led to bailouts, zero percent interest rates and quantitative easing on a scale never before seen in history. Those decisions, which were made under duress and in closed-door meetings, set the stage for this inevitable demise of paper money.

Who Controls The Money? An Unelected, Unaccountable Central Bank Of The...

[T]he powers of financial capitalism had another far-reaching aim, nothing less than to create a world system of financial control in private hands able to dominate the political system of each country and the economy of the world as a whole. This system was to be controlled in a feudalist fashion by the central banks of the world acting in concert, by secret agreements arrived at in frequent private meetings and conferences.

Cash Means Freedom, Which Is Why So Many Officials Hate It

Perhaps it's not surprising that Scandinavians are leading the way toward a future devoid of financial privacy. The region's inhabitants are stereotyped as submissive to governmental whims—to the point of "benign totalitarianism," as a British writer described Swedish political norms. That's a bit unfair, given free market reforms in Denmark and Sweden that make the private sectors in those countries rather robust. But Scandinavians do seem to have more faith in their rulers, and less experience with truly hideous regimes, then some of their neighbors.