Zero Hedge | “Two to three years is enough, not only to launch [settlements in rubles], but also to complete these mechanisms.”
Mac Slavo | Scores of nations around the world are rapidly divesting themselves from their dependency on the world’s reserve currency as a mechanism of exchange.
Zero Hedge | “Figuring out” what we have been explaining for over 3 years!
Michael Krieger | Could a political marriage of Rand Paul and Elizabeth Warren finally open up the question of the Federal Reserve?
Mac Slavo | Every so often a blaring red siren pops up that is worthy of our attention.
London Telegraph | Foreign debt in emerging Asia has soared from $300bn to $2.5 trillion over the last decade.
Dave Hodges | Halfway to Economic Armageddon.
Zero Hedge | The president of the NY Fed is a former Goldman employee – does it get any more conflicted than that?!
Reuters | On one side of the Atlantic they’re trying to refill the punchbowl. On the other they’re getting ready to take it away. This week, investors may get a clearer idea why.
Michael Krieger | We must get inside of the devious minds of these people.
Michael Krieger | Looks like things are heating up in Deutschland.
Zero Hedge | It appears Vladimir Putin is willing to hit ‘em while they’re down.
Zero Hedge | It is perhaps no surprise that Bloomberg’s Comfort Index shows the jobless in America haven’t been this comfortable since 2007…
Martin Armstrong | The Canadian government has had to warn its citizens not to carry cash to the USA because the USA does not presume innocence but guilt when it comes to money.
Michael Snyder | Is it looks? Is it a charming personality? Is it compatibility? No, it isn’t any of those things.
Michael Snyder | When is the U.S. banking system going to crash? I can sum it up in three words. Watch the derivatives.
Prison Planet.com | Alex Jones interviews fellow talk show host Lionel about the air strikes in syria and what we can expect to see in the future.
Michael Krieger | The courtship period is over.
Bloomberg | The dollar weakened and gold gained as investors sought the safest assets amid airstrikes in Syria.
Charles Hugh Smith | As things get dicier globally, assets in periphery nations typically get dumped as mobile capital flees risk and migrates to lower risk core nations and currencies.
Michael Krieger | Morgan Stanley has put together some very interesting charts that were highlighted earlier today by MarketWatch.
Michael Snyder | The U.S. economy has had six full years to bounce back since the financial collapse of 2008, and it simply has not happened.
Washington Post | For 140 years, the Rockefellers were the oil industry’s first family.
London Guardian | Sir Peter Hendy says there could be social unrest if low-paid workers now living on city outskirts cannot easily commute.
Zero Hedge | “I think some HFT players won’t like the map.”
Martin Armstrong | French vegetable farmer have set a tax office and a building on fire destroying a government facility.
London Independent | The Royal Mint has launched its own online bullion trading service in a bid to entice investors away from shares and into gold sovereigns.
London Telegraph | Economic uncertainties trigger rush for 12.5kg gold bars, worth about £300,000 each.
Wall St Journal | The $21.8 Billion Offering by the Chinese E-Commerce Giant Is Among Biggest Ever.
Kurt Nimmo | Climate change is a globalist scheme for world domination.
CNBC | European shares opened sharply higher on Friday, with the final result showing Scotland has rejected independence in a referendum held on Thursday.
Coin Desk | The turbulent day is the latest blow to the price of bitcoin.
Martin Armstrong | In America, the support for Scottish Independence was overwhelming running 80%+
Michael Snyder | What has happened to America? Please show these numbers to anyone that does not believe that the United States is in decline.
Michael Snyder | Did you know that the number of gold bars being purchased by ultra-wealthy individuals has increased by 243 percent so far this year?
CNBC | Showing up to work high? You’re not alone.
Martin Armstrong | We have a major reform coming for the Pension field besides Obama trying to divert that money for infrastructure expenditure.
CNS News | From July to August, the average price jumped 12.9 cents.
Zero Hedge | Janet Yellen has a message for America’s poor.
Simon Black | 76% are NOT satisfied.
IB Times | The revelations surfaced from Assange’s latest book that comes out this week, When Google Met WikiLeaks.
AFP | The national currency fell to a record level of 38.82 rubles per dollar.
Zero Hedge | Never waste a good crisis.
Zero Hedge | “The West is done, it’s over! We screwed it all up. Do you want your great-grandchildren speaking Chinese?”
Charles Hugh-Smith | Cranking markets full of financial cocaine so they never correct simply sets up the crash-and-burn destruction of the addict.
London Independent | Mark Carney is returning early from this week’s finance meeting of G20 countries and George Osborne has cancelled his trip entirely.
Zero Hedge | The current world situation is not nearly so dire, but there are parallels, particularly to 1937.
Michael Snyder | The idea that the Obama administration has the budget deficit under control is a complete and total lie.
Washington Times | Ron Paul may not be in Congress anymore, but his “Audit the Fed” bill lives on after him.
Zero Hedge | History did not end with the Cold War and, as Mark Twain put it, whilst history doesn’t repeat it often rhymes.