Thursday, October 29, 2009


We highly - very highly - recommended that you take the time to read the only article on the weekend worth reading, which was "The View Fron Inside a Depression". Have a read of the excerpts from Benjamin Roth's diary of the roller coaster ride that come to define the economy and the financial markets during the 1930s. How it was all over by 1930 - but it wasnt. How everyone was giddy from all the government stimulus in 1935 and 1936 - and the sudden and dramatic reversal in 1937 and 1938. It reasonates, especially at a time when all the mainstream economists focus so intently over the latest tick in the regional manufacturing indices or jobless claims or inventory-sales ratios.

To see the full report: THE GREAT FRAUDULATION