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The Bank Guarantee That Bankrupted Ireland

November 4th, 2013
in Op Ed

The Irish have a long history of being tyrannized, exploited, and oppressed-from the forced conversion to Christianity in the Dark Ages, to slave trading of the natives in the 15th and 16th centuries, to the mid-nineteenth century "potato famine" that was really a holocaust. more »

Cyprus: The Next Blunder

March 24th, 2013
in Op Ed, syndication

by Charles Wyplosz, Voxeu.org The Cyprus bailout package contains a tax on bank deposits. This column argues that the tax is a deeply dangerous policy that creates a new situation, more perilous than ever. It is a radical change that potentially un… more »

Staatsgeheimnis Bankenrettung

March 3rd, 2013
in Op Ed

by Dirk Ehnts, Econoblog101 The short television report on who actually received the money from the bail-out is very enlightening. You can watch the (52min) movie online at the website of ARTE until next week’s Tuesday. The finance minister… more »

Netherlands: Real Estate Bubble Pops, Trouble for Banks

November 6th, 2012
in Op Ed

This column alerts its readers about the poor condition of Dutch real estate industry. The Author - Dirk Ehnts - also explains why the Dutch banks may face problems in near future because of this. more »

Is There a Peace Prize for Failure?

October 14th, 2012
in Op Ed, syndication

Nobel Peace Prize:  Was It Deserved? Written by Stephen Swanson A week in which the European Union wins a Nobel Peace Prize and also is chided by the IMF for not doing more to implement a Euro wide banking regime to contain continuing financial th… more »




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