We’re nowhere near bottom: US Economic Analysis Round-Up

Joint Chiefs chairman calls fiscal calamity a bigger threat than any war – Global Research 2/1/09

Capitalism in Crisis: Actually, “It’s the System, Stupid” – Global Research 1/1/09

The End of the Financial World as We Know It – Alternet 1/6/09

Report: Economic collapse may ‘force’ military intervention – Raw Story 12/30/08

Corporate and Government Policies Spark Food Crisis in America – Natural News 1/1/09

Crash of the Dollar, When? – Global Research 1/6/09

This Looks Like the Start of a Second Great Depression  – Alternet 1/7/09

Must See: Russian Professor Explains the Future Demise of the United States – Mother Jones 12/29/08

The Crisis of Common Sense: Is It So Difficult To Understand The Financial Crisis? – Global Research 1/1/09

Capitalism’s Self-inflicted Apocalypse – Global Research 1/21/09 

Bank Of England Policymaker Predicts Unprecedented Dollar Collapse – InfoWars.net 1/6/09

A former member of the Bank of England’s Monetary Policy Committee has predicted a massive collapse of the dollar within the next two to five years, warning that a government increase in spending under President elect Obama could be disastrous. 

The Economist: U.S. In Depression, Not Recession  – PrisonPlanet 1/3/09

Renowned financial publication The Economist reports that, based on the characteristics of the current financial crisis, the U.S. is in a depression, not a recession.  The admission marks the first time that a major international financial news outlet has acknowledged that the scale of the economic mess is unlike anything seen in recent decades.  Under the headline, Diagnosing depression, the article asks, “What is the difference between a recession and a depression?”  A depression is characterized by “falling asset prices, a credit crunch and deflation,” according to the article, all factors that we see unfolding in the current crisis.


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