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Posts tagged Ellen Brown

Quote – Ellen Brown

“Public-private partnerships are a good deal for investors but a bad deal for the public. The federal government can generate its own credit without private financial middlemen. That is how China does it, and we can too.” Ellen Brown in If China Can Fund Infrastructure with Its Own Credit, So Can We

La Troïka ou la Maffia?

La Troïka a déjà souvent été accusée de pratiques maffieuses. Ellen Brown de la PBI (Public Banking Institute) en a parlé dans sa contribution The Greek Coup: Liquidity as a Weapon of Coercion, qui a paru sur Elle cite un fragment du film  The Godfather au titre de clarification: “My father made him an […]

Why Public Banks Outperform Private Banks: Unfair Competition or a Better Mousetrap?

Posted on February 10, 2015 by Ellen Brown Public banks in North Dakota, Germany and Switzerland have been shown to outperform their private counterparts. Under the TPP and TTIP, however, publicly-owned banks on both sides of the oceans might wind up getting sued for unfair competition because they have advantages not available to private banks. In […]

Public Bank beats Wall Street Giants

WSJ Reports: BND Outperforms Wall Street  by Ellen Brown – November 20, 2014 While 49 state treasuries were submerged in red ink after the 2008 financial crash, one state’s bank outperformed all others and actually launched an economy-shifting new industry.  So reports the Wall Street Journal this week, discussing the Bank of North Dakota (BND) […]

Why Do Banks Want Our Deposits? Hint: It’s Not to Make Loans.

by Ellen Brown Many authorities have said it: banks do not lend their deposits. They create the money they lend on their books. Robert B. Anderson, Treasury Secretary under Eisenhower, said it in 1959: When a bank makes a loan, it simply adds to the borrower’s deposit account in the bank by the amount of […]

Why Private Banks Just Might Be Unconstitutional

Public banks, on the other hand, pose no problem with the Constitution. Web of Debt blog / By Ellen Brown The movement to break away from Wall Street and form publicly-owned banks continues to gain momentum. But enthusiasts are deterred by claims that a state-owned bank would violate constitutional prohibitions against “lending the credit of […]

Handing bankers a win-win, eurocrats authorize bailouts – and bail-ins

Wed. 02 04 14 – by Ellen Brown As things stand, the banks are the permanent government of the country, whichever party is in power.” – Lord Skidelsky, House of Lords, U.K. Parliament, 31 March 2011) On March 20, 2014, European Union officials reached an historic agreement to create a single agency to handle failing banks. Media […]

How a Bad-ass California Mayor is Taking on Big Banks

Mayor Gayle McLaughlin is using eminent domain to help homeowners and challenge Too Big to Fail. by Ellen Brown In a nearly $13 billion settlement with the US Justice Department in November 2013, JPMorgan Chase admitted that it, along with every other large US bank, had engaged in mortgage fraud as a routine business practice, […]

The Perfect Alternative to Wall Street Banks

A national postal and infrastructure bank could protect our money, rebuild the nation, and won’t cost taxpayers a dime. September 23, 2013  |   by Ellen Brown The U.S. Postal Service (USPS) is the nation’s second largest civilian employer after WalMart. Although successfully self-funded throughout its long history, it is currently struggling to stay afloat. […]

Articles sur le blog “The Web of Debt”

Bail-out Is Out, Bail-in Is In:  Time for Some Publicly-Owned Banks Posted on April 29, 2013 by Ellen Brown “[W]ith Cyprus . . . the game itself changed. By raiding the depositors’ accounts, a major central bank has gone where they would not previously have dared. The Rubicon has been crossed.” —Eric Sprott, Shree Kargutkar, […]

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