Archive for November, 2014
A New York based startup has developed a gel capable of sealing even the most severe bleeding wounds in mere seconds.
In 2013, when Germany’s Bundesbank asked to get back her gold held in the vaults in USA, Germany got a shock. The Federal Reserve did not say Germany could not get the gold repatriated. But it would take 7 years to have the 300 tonnes held by the Fed to be repatriated. A year later, Germany only got 5 tonnes of the gold back? It was strange that Germany timidly subjugated herself to the Fed’s power and did not challenge the action of the Fed. Why couldn’t Germany get her gold back. It belongs to them. The Fed is only a custodian. Read the rest of this entry »
Since the 1987 debut of the movie “Wall Steet” in which Gekko uttered the signature line, “Greed, for lack of a better word, is good”, the world was given the subliminal message to believe in a new paradigm of greed. Greed was given a nefarious twist as something to be clamoured for in the pursuit of “success”. Two decades later, Wall Street witnessed the consequence of exuberant greed, leaving lives shattered. Unfortunately, there was no lesson learned therein. Instead, greed went into overdrive with uncontrolled “quantitative easing” (QE), the financial banksters newly coined term for “even more greed”. Read the rest of this entry »