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Oil shocks, stagflation – New Zealand in the 1970’s

Oil shocks, stagflation – New Zealand in the 1970’s

“Those who don’t know history are doomed to repeat it.” ― Edmund Burke I watched a documentary from New Zealand television from the 1990’s which covered the lead-up to the neoliberal  “Rogernomics” reforms of the mid and late-1980’s. It made a one sentence allusion to New Zealand deciding how to spend its surplus from its trade with Britain in the 1960’s and painting the orthodox picture that there was “no alternatives” to the reforms that tore the country apart.  On the…

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Revisiting the 1973 oil crisis

Revisiting the 1973 oil crisis

I am old enough to remember this. Let’s revisit history Did the Bilderberg Group orchestrate the 1973 oil crisis? In 1973 the Bilderberg Group discussed the shift that was underway in the political, economic, strategic and power relationships between the oil-producing countries, the consumer countries and international oil companies.  Five months later the Arab oil embargo was announced throwing the world’s economy into the steepest economic contraction since the Great Depression. Various commentators have suggested that this may not have been…

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Just one (or two) days in Paradise

Just one (or two) days in Paradise

We used to call ourselves “Godzone”. It’s a few years since I heard that  by Michele Beach (via Twitter) There is a new series of bills going through parliament right now that will command control over what you can do with your house, property, farm, and your business. It was sneaked in before Xmas by Labour’s David Parker and submissions closed on Waitangi weekend. Nothing was said in the paid Mainstream Media but it’s out now on the underground media…

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NZ to have the worst current account deficit out of every single advanced country in the world this year, 2023.

NZ to have the worst current account deficit out of every single advanced country in the world this year, 2023.

“Had I been a journalist at Newshub, Stuff, or Herald, I would’ve written about how the IMF says an extraordinary thing about NZ. It states we are projected to have the worst current account deficit out of every single advanced country in the world this year, 2023. That’s 40 countries! …NZ’s current account balance is reported as -8.6 % of GDP, worse than Greece’s at -8.0 %, in 2023. That means we’re not paying our way. Imports hugely outweigh exports….

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New Zealand’s failing economy: facts and fiction

New Zealand’s failing economy: facts and fiction

Every time we go out for even a short drive we are faced by endless roadworks and orange cones. This can be a sign of fixing infrastructure. It is also a sign of public works designed to hide the true situation.  This started in NZ after the 2008 crash and is now on steroids. *** This next article is a close to honesty that you will ever find in New Zealand. A new research paper suggests the Government and the…

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The Real Inflation Figure in the UK is now over 35%

The Real Inflation Figure in the UK is now over 35%

A lot of rubbish is being talked about inflation figures. The aim, of course, is to reduce the demands of workers who want pay rises. By Dr. Vernon Coleman Currently the official figure provided by the UK’s state statisticians is that inflation is down to 5.3%. And Sunak (the UK’s Prime Minister) claims that he’ll have inflation down to around 2% by the end of the year. The truth, of course, is that this is all utter bollocks. The official…

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More banks fail as Biden authorises Fed and FDIC takeover

More banks fail as Biden authorises Fed and FDIC takeover

Oh SH*T, more banks fail as Biden authorizes Fed and FDIC takeover | Redacted with Clayton Morris The Biden administration just watched a third American bank fail leading to widespread panic among depositors. But could this be part of the plan to move us towards a CBDC. Scare people about cash in order to take more control?

Martin Armstrong: Neocons Know The “Monetary System Is Collapsing”

Martin Armstrong: Neocons Know The “Monetary System Is Collapsing”

Blackstone DEFAULTS! Wall Street’s largest commercial real estate landlord, private equity firm Blackstone, has defaulted on a €531 million ($562 million) bond backed by a portfolio of offices and stores owned by Sponda Oy, a Finnish landlord it acquired in 2018. While Blackstone had sought an extension from holders of the securitized notes to allow time to dispose of assets and repay the debt, the surge in market volatility triggered by the war in Ukraine and rising interest rates interrupted the sales…

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Neil McCoy Ward talks to Dr Chris Martenson

Neil McCoy Ward talks to Dr Chris Martenson

We’re Close To A FOOD & ENERGY Cliff! Featuring Dr Chris Martenson & Neil McCoy Ward Dr Chris Martenson YouTube Channel & Website:    / peakprosperity   & https://peakprosperity.com To watch this video in my private community, join here (the video will be released within 24 hours): https://bit.ly/3pLyw0O

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