Tagged with European sovereign debt crisis

The Grand Game.

The Grand Game.

A couple of weeks that has seen game changing events that will affect us all, more pieces are being moved around the global board all edging us towards a War the likes of which humanity has never seen. The Religion card has been played. The video which has caused such trouble has dubious origins. Created … Continue reading

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Carter’s Turn

Carter’s Turn

Originally posted on Cogitating Duck:
You may recall that a couple of years ago President Barack Obama reached out to claim a piece of the Reagan legacy.  TIME even declared that 44 had a “bromance” with the Gipper.  How sweet. Just a couple of weeks ago, President Obama was buoyed by Bill Clinton’s fiery, crowd-winning…

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Shell shun Europe.

Shell shun Europe.

  Royal Dutch Shell has unveiled plans to move some of its cash from Europe to the United States because of the growing fear of macroeconomic risk. The Anglo-Dutch oil major may put about $15 billion into non-European assets such as U.S. government bonds and bank accounts, according to the company’s Chief Financial Officer Simon … Continue reading

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Sex Drugs and a Fat Bankroll.

Sex Drugs and a Fat Bankroll.

Enough with these wbankers.OK Folks, When are you really going to get angry? The corrupt, greed, loving world of investment banking is characterized by flamboyant financiers, idiot analysts and the fat cat bonus-obsessed millionaires with their massaged and  inflated egos. Bankers, with an eye on bonuses and the morals of  a dishonest market trader selling fake goods, … Continue reading

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Originally posted on 21centurymanifesto:
  According to Greek Interior Ministry figures the results of the Greek general election are as follows:  New Democracy 29.94% 130 seats; Syriza 26.68% 71  seats; Pasok 12.44% 33  seats; Independent Greeks 7.47% 20  seats; Golden Dawn 6.92% 18; Democratic Left 6.13% 16  ; KKE 4.49% 12  seats

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BNI the dominoes fall!!

The 100 billion-euro rescue plan for Spain’s banks has moved Italy to the frontline of Europe’s debt crisis, yet another country and domino ready to fall in the unwinding euro crisis. The scrutiny of Italy is high and certainly will not dissipate after the deal with Spain all eyes are on the next failing country … Continue reading

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Irish dream for the Euro nightmare.

Ireland has voted and given their approval to the European fiscal pact, in a referendum that was closely watched the averting of a possible setback to the key element of Chancellor Merkel‘s plan on fighting the euro crisis. Although analysts say this is a sign of support for Europe and the single currency, they point … Continue reading

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Originally posted on Urban Intelligence Blog:
The looming threat of cyberterrorism is being ramped up by the day–from government officials to mainstream media pundits–who say that cyberterror will soon outweigh terrorism as the number one security threat facing the United States. It’s a threat that’s all too certain, as the federal government continues to make…

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Anonymous

Anonymous

Anonymous is the group which has been accused of and called many things in relation to computer infiltration, hacking and  hacktivism. This collective of international hackers is much more than a group it is a way of life. Anonymous has taken hacking into the form of social activism. Their trademark Guy Fawkes mask were a … Continue reading

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