How often do you come across an individual who is uniquely qualified, and sufficiently talented, to present insights into the central banking systems of the world and other financial matters in such a way that it puts a broad smile on your face? David Hague is one such man. Hague’s reports as to what is happening in the world of finance today makes for the most insightful, intriguing and amusing “take” on the world of funny money. Enjoy the summary of his “articles” below.
Hague is a former financial advisor, current economics professor and sometime standup comedian who has “partnered” with the Director of Statistical Creation at the ECB, one Gustavo Laframboise-Pierre whose professed job is to make up statistics that support whatever policies the ECB and other central bankers around the world implement. (Incidentally, as Hague points out, “Gustavo’s past experience as a bookie makes him eminently qualified for the job and his rather elastic moral fiber allows him to excel at his profession”.)
We will allow all of you here today, in the weeks running up to the seizure of the world’s gold, to put in place your trading strategies in anticipation of the ’Mother of All Insider Trades’. This will allow you and your organizations to profit beyond your wildest dreams when we ‘drop the hammer’ and reduce the price of gold to $20.67 USD. Read More »
The inmates have taken over the asylum. Our financiers, economists and bankers have set sail on a course straight into the Bermuda Triangle. That the ship will reach land some day is indisputable. That it will land badly is incontrovertible. The 99%, who seem to have adopted the Ostrich as their ‘National Bird’ would be well advised to ponder these matters to prepare for the consequences of our current economic policies. Read More »
Before you read the following excerpt from the notional ‘conclusions’ of the 2014 WEF – the supposedly profound and brilliant summary of the thoughts of these greatest minds – I suggest you
- drink several espressos to help keep you awake as you read and
- have some of your favorite remedy for an upset stomach to calm your queasy innards after you finish reading the excerpt it will leave you quite dizzy as its leaders, in fact, have not a clue as to how to guide us through the morass that is the global economy. Read More »
Only when derivatives are discussed by one of the ‘Real Housewives of Atlanta’ posing nude in bed with one of the cast members of ‘Duck Dynasty’ will derivatives receive the attention they deserve. Read More »
Central banks are now privy to not only the emails and phone calls of all the world’s politicians, business leaders, journalists, accountants and lawyers but to the innermost thoughts of every citizen who uses an electronic device for communication. With this information we can use our resources to control the global markets. Read More »
I was afforded a most extraordinary experience recently that has given me unique insight into our global financial and political systems. The information I gleaned from this experience is disturbing. What you are about to read will forever change your view of banking, politics, economics and money. It certainly did mine! Read More »
This article relates to a recent dinner I had with an European Central Bank [ECB] “executive” during which it was expressed/revealed (some might say, confirmed) that there is an on-going global conspiracy by Central Bankers to overthrow democracy and take over the world so to speak in what many refer to as a New World Order (NWO). My first reaction was that what he had to say was outlandish but, upon reflection, I think, in spite of the humorous circumstances surrounding the meeting, what he had to say was of considerable merit. Read on and express your own views in the Comment Section at the end of the article. Read More »
I am on assignment at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland. Unfortunately my previous commentaries irked the organizers so profoundly that I was not allowed the intimate access usually accorded friendly members of the media. No matter, I am staying at a pleasant bed and breakfast about an hour and half outside of Davos….[But I digress. Back to the Forum.] Words: 2369 Read More »
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