Is Obama the Next Shoe to Drop on the EU?

April 3, 2013 By: Kelly Diamond, Editor While the EU struggles to manage the crumbling economies within its union, some clamor for an Obama intervention as their only hope for recovery and peace. With even a fleeting glance at Obama’s fiscal, regulatory and foreign policies, his name should not pop up in the top thousand […]

Casualties of Plunder: Condemning an Ethic into Exile

April 1, 2013 By: Bobby Casey The deal struck for Cypriot Banks targeted “evil money launderers and tax evaders” as well as wealthy oligarchs, but really plunders the hardworking saver and entrepreneurs. While emotions run high, and the victims of this absurd plunder are myriad, there is a culpable group responsible for this mess, and […]

Australian Money-Grab for Assets in Inactive Accounts

March 27, 2013 By: Kelly Diamond, Editor Without any known or present problem with the existing rule, the Australian legislature rushed a law into effect taking the inactive period from seven years to three before they seize the assets. This sudden change came as a surprise even to Australian banks, who find the arbitrary nature […]

Bailout by Any Other Name: EU & Cyprus Change Deal

March 26, 2013 By: Kelly Diamond, Editor The response from Cypriot account holders to the initial bailout proposal to levy a “tax” of 6.7% to 9.9% across the board sent the EU and Cyprus government back to the drawing board for a different deal. The second largest Cypriot bank (Laiki) will close, the first largest […]

War on Virtual Currency: BitCoin VS US Dept. of Treasury

March 25, 2013 By: Kelly Diamond, Editor It’s no coincidence that as European Banks continue to falter and require subsequent bailouts, European citizens lose faith in government currency and seek out an alternative which is safeguarded from politics and manipulation such as BitCoin (a virtual currency). The resulting and rather abrupt rally in BitCoin value […]

28th Amendment to Constitution: To Make Things Fair!

March 20, 2013 By: Kelly Diamond, Editor One of the proposed “28th Amendments” to our Constitution attempts to make the common man equal to the politician. Politicians manipulate the existing 27 amendments in our Constitution for the sole purpose of keeping us beneath them.  What makes anyone think a 28th amendment will equalize a damn […]

Cyprus Bailout: Tax the Cypriot Bank Account Holders

March 18, 2013 By: Kelly Diamond, Editor Insolvent Banks are receiving bailouts all over Europe; Cyprus is getting shock therapy in the form of a levy on all Cypriot bank accounts. Individuals usually deposit money into a bank to keep their money safe… or at the very least KEEP their money.  The recent bailout for […]

Cook Islands: STILL Your Assets’ Best Friend

March 15, 2013 By: Kelly Diamond, Editor The Cook Islands go out of their way to protect your assets and otherwise leave them alone.  The US seems to go out of its way to get those assets. Cook Islands — and other off-shore locations — prove time and again their loyalty to their trust clients, […]

Where We’re Going, We Won’t Need Any Guns!

March 11, 2013 By: Kelly Diamond, Editor Gun ownership boils down to basic property rights: not just in owning a gun as property, but in the inherent right to defend your property — be it land, things, person or life itself. The need for guns cannot be centrally planned or even ascertained as guns provide […]

The Cook Islands: Your Assets’ Best Friend

March 8, 2013 By: Kelly Diamond, Editor Individuals have best friends.  Your assets need one too: the Cook Islands. The Cook Islands are your assets’ best friend, because they constantly evaluate and fortify the measures by which they protect your wealth. Here at Global Wealth Protection, we write a LOT about laws initially created to […]