Archive for May, 2015

Dynamic Quantitative Easing: The Process Explained

Sunday, May 31st, 2015

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Sunday, May 31st, 2015

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 St.John Whilloe is the black sheep member of a wealthy legal family,  whose firm of solicitors looks after the affairs of many of the top  families in the country. He is consulted by a young woman who claims  to be frightened by her husband. Things are not as they seem and  St.John finds himself drawn into a complex web of intrigue and  murder. He is soon in a race against time to solve a mystery with roots  in a tortured family history, with sinister paranormal undertones.

Greece: Getting Dangerous

Sunday, May 31st, 2015

Cash is now flowing from Greek banks at accelerated volumes, reducing accumulated deposits to the lowest for ten years. The country is due to pay money to the IMF on June 5th. It is unclear that it has the liquidity to do so. Christine Lagarde, IMF chief, is now saying a Greek euro exit ‘is a possibility’. If it happens Euroland will have to take responsibility for handling the whole crisis in an unrealistic way. It will have to make a much better fist of dealing with the consequences.

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Sunday, May 31st, 2015

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Russia’s Diplomacy Retaliates.

Sunday, May 31st, 2015

Russia has remained pretty quiet about western sanctions and travel bans and has appeared to busy itself within the turmoil of Ukraine’s eastern provinces. Now this blog detects a more assertive approach emerging. This is not by chance; it follows careful building of a supporting constituency.

Within the last several days we have seen popular votes put Russia second in the Eurovision song contest with the UK, Germany and France all near the bottom; Putin siding with Africa and Asia in defence of Sepp Blatter who was then re-elected, and now a list of people on a travel blacklist who will not be able to enter Russia. This latter move has angered Europeans. The current generation of political leaders has no experience of being on the receiving end of such restrictions.

This blog can only observe that they started the process. Those who live in glass houses should not throw stones.

Purple Killing: International Thriller

Sunday, May 31st, 2015

Dr. Rachael Benedict is an American historian and a best-selling author. She has a British connection through her estranged father Saul, an English thriller writer. Saul, whose parents were of Anglo-German origin, has spent much of his life plotting to expose secrets from World War Two, which are so sensitive they have been subject to an extensive cover-up lasting seventy years. As the time approaches for him to make his move to expose duplicity, murder and lies at the heart of the British State, he seeks Rachael’s help. This provokes a killing spree as parts of the security services of both Britain and the United States become engaged in the drama, with one side determined to get the secrets out and the other determined to keep them hidden.
Set equally in the United States and Britain, the narrative grips from the first page, transporting the reader to the heart of government both in Washington and London and on into the darkest corners of the secret states on each side of the Atlantic. Rachael battles forward to unearth the truth both from intrigues of the Nazi era, but also within her own family, surviving three attempts on her life, before finally achieving her goal. Not only does she expose the truth from history and from her own roots, she has to delve deep into her own emotions to find the truth about herself.

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FIFA: Prince William Speaks Out

Sunday, May 31st, 2015

The intervention in the FIFA scandal by the Duke of Cambridge yesterday is more interesting for the fact that he spoke than it is about what he said. There is a needless convention in the UK that the monarch cannot have an opinion on current issues, which derives from traditional tensions between parliament and crown which have nothing to do with the interests of ordinary people. This blog has always been of the view that whilst the monarch must not speak on party issues, those of general concern should be open to comment. This is now more the case as the monarchy has deftly moved from an institution connected to the aristocracy and its interests, to one which champions the rights and freedoms of the people, so often now exploited by devious politicians of doubtful ability.

The Queen herself has been punctilious at maintaining almost total public silence, softened by an occasional leak to ensure that her views are known, as in the Scottish referendum or the banking crisis. Prince Charles is much more outspoken and is likely to remain so when he is King. It looks as though his eldest son is intending to follow in his footsteps. That is a very good thing.

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Saturday, May 30th, 2015

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Saturday, May 30th, 2015

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Gothic Crime from Tor Raven

Friday, May 29th, 2015

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An English village slumbers on the Surrey/Sussex borders, but the pastoral exterior hides a number of nightmare secrets. The return of a young man, Philip, after a long absence stirs memories of the horrific murder of his mother and uncle years earlier and of an ancient curse delivered upon the family in Napoleonic times. The villagers’ unease grows as Philip embarks upon an affair with the local farmer’s daughter, and a series of mysterious deaths seem to follow in his wake. Soon their anxiety turns to fear as they feel evil in their midst. Could Philip be in league with the Devil? Set in the 1920s and full of authentic period detail, this is a tale which will haunt readers long after the last page has been turned.