<b>The world population continues to grow — nevertheless, only outside of the industrialized nations. For the capital markets, that does not bode well: Those who retire pull their capital out. And that’s what the baby-boomer generation is presently doing.</b>
If one believes Fed members Zheng Liu and Mark Spiegel [Read more]
<b>You went to support the "outraged" Wall Street protesters last week.</b>
Yes. And I have an anecdote to share about it. When I visited the Occupy Wall Street movement, I wanted to speak. However, because it was a Sunday and no one lives there, the police forbade me from using a megaphone! There is too much [Read more]
It has become apparent, through Obama’s behavior, that America is a threat to the entire world. It particularly poses a great threat to the success of Muslim countries. We don’t know about al-Qaida. We can’t see it. Al-Qaida did not attack the World Trade Center, and even if it did, it did so on America’s [Read more]
<b>Three months ago, he was almost unknown. Today, Herman Cain, an ultraconservative businessman, is running for the Republican nomination for the 2012 U.S presidential election, and he is on the heels of the favorites. But is it just a flash in the pan?</b>
A businessman with a phenomenal energy, Herman Cain (65 [Read more]
“It is no use, it is no use….”
Human beings are so conservative that even when they clearly identify problems, they do not face up to the solution that would bring about radical change; they propose solutions based on the very plans that led to the errors, and so they evolve slowly. As when they propose to end [Read more]
If it's still necessary to find an explanation for the success of Occupy Wall Street, we can point to a report that was just published by the very official Congressional Budget Office, which shows exactly what the protesters have been denouncing these last days in Zuccotti Park: In America, the rich are becoming richer [Read more]
It is the duty of true Arabs to stop what has happened to two of their rulers, first Saddam Hussein and then Moammar Gadhafi, from happening again.
The people of the West, particularly America, united to kill them.
In the case of Saddam, it was America that made war against him and occupied his country, claiming [Read more]
The decision to withdraw U.S. troops from Iraq can be seen as a clear victory for Muqtada al-Sadr and the Mahdi Army.
The U.S. has never seen society mobilize on this scale before. For the moment, however, the Occupy Wall Street movement has little to offer beyond catchy slogans and the power of a shared passion.
“This is not a protest,” said Charles Holsopple. “We’re celebrating the awakening of consciousness and compassion [Read more]
While maintaining that it has no intention of sending troops to Pakistan, the U.S. continues its war in the shadows of Pakistan’s tribal areas. By eliminating the insurgents who take advantage of these sanctuaries to launch attacks against NATO in Afghanistan, Washington aims indirectly at the Pakistani military [Read more]