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The Global Bust-Out Series (Chapter 4): The BCCI Enterprise: Prelude to Our Present Predicament

Economic warfare in the 1970s and 1980s mirrors that of more recent times.
Mark Mitchell
7 min read

The Global Bust-Out Series (Chapter 3): The BCCI Enterprise and The Financial Jihad

The Bank of Credit and Commerce International (BCCI) sponsored leading jihadi terrorist organizations while "busting out" the global financial system. And so began what Muslim Brotherhood leaders now call "The Financial Jihad".
Mark Mitchell
11 min read

The Global Bust-Out Series (Chapter 2): The “Money Weapon” and The Jihad Bigger than Bin Laden

The jihad is a sophisticated financial enterprise that includes some of the world's most powerful billionaires. And there is evidence that the jihad is deploying financial weapons of mass destruction against the American markets.
Mark Mitchell
43 min read

UBS, in Theory, a Conspiracy to Naked Short “Tens of Millions” of Shares

They said that seeing naked short selling is like seeing UFOs. If that is the case, then UFOs, at UBS, are real.
Mark Mitchell
3 min read

Jeffrey Sachs Joins the Revolution

When speaking the truth is a revolutionary act....
Mark Mitchell
1 min read

The SAC Capital Scandal–Made For TV

The SAC Capital insider trading scandal has been portrayed (and cleansed) as fictional TV.
Mark Mitchell
1 min read

Great Teachers & A Grand Unified Political Theory

Some months ago, while scraping the bottom of the barrel of possible speakers, the esteemed Rutgers Philosophy Department invited me to give a talk. Also invited to attend were the Economics and Law faculties...
Patrick Byrne
19 sec read

Professor William Black Flunks Bethany McLean for Giving Hall Passes to Goldman Sachs and Wall Street

I first heard of William K. Black over 20 years ago as the regulator who had stood up to the “Keating 5” and come out the hero of the S&L crisis (in which I gained...
Patrick Byrne
6 min read

Barron’s Gary Weiss Caught Plagiarizing Matt Taibbi, Find-Replaces Style With Spin

Barron's published an essay cribbed from a previously-published essay by a competing magazine's journalist in a plagiarization so bald it would not pass muster in one of those companies that sell term papers to...
Patrick Byrne
4 min read

Apparently, The Turtles Run Only to Neil Barofsky

A story is told that Bertrand Russell, while teaching for a year in India, was once interrupted from a lecture on modern cosmology by an audience member who declared, “The universe rides on the...
Patrick Byrne
1 min read