Understanding
the Global Financial Crisis

With mathematical certainty we can tell that all western economies have passed the point of no return - it is impossible to come out of the total indebtedness that has been loaded up during the last 4 decades.

Let's get something straight.

We are not a pessimists. We are not "end of the world" analysts. 

Global Financial Crisis

We are simply students of history, steeped in how governments and markets are cyclical in nature, and how those who don't learn from history are doomed to repeat the mistakes of the past.

On this page you will find some Information & Tools to help you to understand and realize the size of the global financial PROBLEM we are facing. Also information and suggestions on possible SOLUTIONS.


Inflation Rate Chart from 1872 to Present

The Problem of Financial Derivatives

The Global Debt Clock

World Debt Clock / U.S. National Debt Clock

Fiat money inflation in France - Part 1: John Law

Fiat money inflation in France - Part 2: Assignats

Asset Protection in Liechtenstein Life Insurance

How to be a Contrarian Investor?


"We are at the crossroads of the most serious economic crisis in world history. The economic crisis has by no means reached its climax, as some economists have predicted. The crisis is deepening, with the risk of seriously disrupting the structures of international trade and investment.

What is distinct in this particular phase of the crisis is the ability of the financial giants – through stock market manipulation as well as through their overriding control over credit – not only to create havoc in the production of goods and services, but also to undermine and destroy large and well established business corporations.

This crisis is far more serious than the Great Depression. All major sectors of the global economy are affected. Factories are closed down. Assembly lines are at a standstill. Unemployment is rampant. Wages have collapsed. Entire populations are precipitated into abysmal poverty. Livelihoods are destroyed. Public services are disrupted or privatized. The repercussions on people’s lives in North America and around the world are dramatic".

- Prof. Michel Chossudovsky

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