Michael Hudson: Dangerous US Financial Imperialism

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by Michael Hudson
Writer, Dandelion Salad
February 15, 2019

An interview on Sputnik News – January 23rd.

Professor Hudson, in January you warned in Berlin at the Rosa Luxemburg Conference, about the still “dangerous” US financial imperialism. The US uses “financial weapons”, you said. Can you explain that briefly?

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Chris Hedges: Coup in Venezuela is an Open Violation of International Law

Chris Hedges: Coup in Venezuela is an Open Violation of International Law

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RT America on Feb 4, 2019

RT host and former NYT reporter Chris Hedges joins In Question to weigh in on the ongoing coup in Venezuela, how foreign governments are meeting in Canada to discuss how to oust Maduro, the likelihood of a major global conflict surrounding Venezuela and why the New York Times has supported U.S.-led coups.

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Trump’s Brilliant Strategy to Dismember U.S. Dollar Hegemony by Michael Hudson (must-read)

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by Michael Hudson
Writer, Dandelion Salad
February 3, 2019

The end of America’s unchallenged global economic dominance has arrived sooner than expected, thanks to the very same Neocons who gave the world the Iraq, Syria and the dirty wars in Latin America. Just as the Vietnam War drove the United States off gold by 1971, its sponsorship and funding of violent regime change wars against Venezuela and Syria – and threatening other countries with sanctions if they do not join this crusade – is now driving European and other nations to create their alternative financial institutions.

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Michael Hudson: Economic collapse in the Western nations + Crime has been Decriminalized

with Michael Hudson
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January 28, 2012

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See Dr. Hudson with Max Keiser in On the Edge as they sift through the latest issues including the EU, Ron Paul, Austrian economics, Iran and the role of the US dollar.

on Jan 28, 2012

In this edition of the show Max interviews the author Michael Hudson from Michael-Hudson.com

In this episode Max talks to Michael about the economic collapse in the Western nations and how this collapse gap thesis applies to the European economies currently experiencing a huge crisis.

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How to Stop a Multinational

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on Oct 12, 2011

Three Argentinians put themselves in harm’s way as they try to stop a gold mining company destroying their environment.

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Sheared by the Shorts: How Speculators Fleece Investors by Ellen Brown + Finance Capital vs. Public Banking

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by Ellen Brown
Featured Writer
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webofdebt.com
Sept. 29, 2011

“Unrestrained financial exploitations have been one of the great causes of our present tragic condition.” — President Franklin D. Roosevelt, 1933

Why did gold and silver stocks just get hammered, at a time when commodities are considered a safe haven against widespread global uncertainty? The answer, according to Bill Murphy’s newsletter LeMetropoleCafe.com, is that the sector has been the target of massive short selling. For some popular precious metal stocks, close to half the trades have been “phantom” sales by short sellers who did not actually own the stock.

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Kucinich to President: Protect Libyan Assets, End War

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by Congressman Dennis J. Kucinich
Washington, Jun 9, 2011

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Congressman Dennis Kucinich, who has led Congressional efforts questioning the Constitutionality and the wisdom of the war against Libya, today appealed directly to President Obama to safeguard Libyan assets during this time of conflict. Continue reading

Keiser Report: Episode 87: Ellen Brown on Foreclosuregate

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Featured Writer
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webofdebt.com
October 19, 2010

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This week Max Keiser and co-host, Stacy Herbert, look at the full scale currency war launched by the “tomb maker” and at hiring hair stylists as scabs to cross the bankers’ picket line. He also talks to Ellen Brown about Foreclosure-gate.

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Jane D’Arista: Can the US dollar collapse? + Can US dollar remain world’s currency?

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April 14, 2010 — D’Arista: US dollar as world’s reserve currency is great if you own a bank; not much good for Main St.

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Keiser Report No. 19: IMF selling gold + Karl Denninger

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February 23, 2010

This week Max Keiser and co-host Stacy Herbert report on the scandals of George Soros and the IMF shaking out the gold market; US bank lending falling at the fastest rate in recorded history; and the trickle up unemployment pyramid. Keiser also speaks to The Market Ticker’s Karl Denninger about CDOs, synthetic CDOs and hiding Greek debt.

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Sudan digs for gold as prices rise

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AlJazeeraEnglish
December 15, 2009

At least one-quarter of Sudan could be rich territory for gold mining, making it a hot-spot for foreign companies exploring there.

In recent years, individual mining has reached unprecedented proportions and figures indicate that at least 50,000 people are believed to be working in Sudan’s northern desert.

The Sudanese government has tried to discourage gold mining in the past because of the deadly risks involved.

However, it has proved a lifeline for thousands of people as the price of gold has soared.

Al Jazeera’s Mohamed Vall reports.

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Paul Grignon on Economics 101: Digital Coin

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November 18, 2009

Paul Grignon, the creator of the popular “Money as Debt” documentaries, joins Economics 101 to discuss his solution for an alternative currency. Digital Coin operates as a system of unique digital objects that function as self-issued credit. The value of this is measured relative to a “Perpetual Coin” unit of measure and fluctuates based on demand for that individual’s goods and services. For much more information on this fascinating idea, please visit the Digital Coin website: http://www.digitalcoin.info

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El Salvador’s gold fight goes international

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TheRealNews
November 12, 2009

After activists block its mining permit, Canadian gold mining corporation is using a US free trade agreement to sue the government of El Salvador

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