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Kleptocratie française
Author: Eloïse Benhammou
ISBN: 2369990465
Pages: 270
Year: 2016-09-23
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Contrairement aux journalistes économiques, Eloïse Benhammou sait lire un bilan. Normal pour une comptable. Et c’est en analysant les bilans (par exemple dans l’affaire Kerviel) des diverses entités de la Société Générale qu’elle a découvert de très étranges entités, destinées avant tout à brouiller les pistes. Au fur et à mesure de son enquête menée dans différents environnements financiers, elle dévoile devant nos yeux totalement incrédules, tout le système technique et ultra-opaque comptable qui permet aux banques françaises et étrangères de voler chaque jour des milliards à la France et aux Français, et cela en toute discrétion, raflant au passage nos cotisations sociales. Banques, RSI, ACOSS, CADES, Caisses de retraite, etc, l’auteur nous montre que tout le système social et fiscal français (mais aussi belge) est désormais entre les seules mains du capitalisme financier le plus sauvage contrôlé par Wall Street. La France est totalement soumise à la volonté des grands banquiers qui, du coup, et malgré leurs crimes, échappent logiquement à la justice puisqu’elle est rendue par le même Etat contrôlé par les banques ! Comme aux Etats-Unis. Un livre implacable pour les banquiers et les politiques car l’auteur montre, entre autres, à quoi et à qui servent en réalité nos cotisations sociales : à enrichir avant tout les banquiers étrangers qui ont pris le contrôle de la France.
Soviet Union Through French Eyes, 1945-85
Author: Robert Desjardins
Publisher: Springer
ISBN: 1349090905
Pages: 188
Year: 1988-06-18
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Vino Business
Author: Isabelle Saporta
Publisher: Open Road + Grove/Atlantic
ISBN: 080219088X
Pages: 256
Year: 2015-11-10
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Already provoking debate and garnering significant attention in France and within the wine world, Vino Business is a surprising and eye-opening book about the dark side of French wine, by acclaimed investigative journalist Isabelle Saporta. While Bordeaux has been a bastion of winemaking tradition and excellence for centuries, in recent decades the industry has changed dramatically under the influence of large-scale international investors. French insurance companies, international fashion houses and Chinese businessmen are all speculating on the area’s wines and land, some of whose value has increased tenfold in the last decade alone. Saporta investigates in detail the 2012 classification of the wines of Saint-Émilion, the most prestigious appellation of Bordeaux’s right bank, which has come into disrepute, not least because the scoring system was changed in order to give points for a châteaux’s lecture facilities and the size of its parking lot. A shocking exposé of the French wine world, and a cri de coeur for the lost values of traditional winemaking, Vino Business pulls back the curtain on the secret domain of Bordeaux, a land ever more in thrall to the grapes of wealth.
An Inquiry into the Existence of Guardian Angels
Author: Pierre Jovanovic
Publisher: M. Evans
ISBN: 1461729882
Pages: 376
Year: 1997-07-29
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A journalist's extensive investigation in the areas of near-death experiences, supernatural interventions and guardian angels.
Fool's Gold
Author: Gillian Tett
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 1439100756
Pages: 304
Year: 2009-05-12
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From award-winning Financial Times journalist Gillian Tett, who enraged Wall Street leaders with her news-breaking warnings of a crisis more than a year ahead of the curve, Fool’s Gold tells the astonishing unknown story at the heart of the 2008 meltdown. Drawing on exclusive access to J.P. Morgan CEO Jamie Dimon and a tightly bonded team of bankers known on Wall Street as the “Morgan Mafia,” as well as in-depth interviews with dozens of other key players, including Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner, Tett brings to life in gripping detail how the Morgan team’s bold ideas for a whole new kind of financial alchemy helped to ignite a revolution in banking, and how that revolution escalated wildly out of control. The deeply reported and lively narrative takes readers behind the scenes, to the inner sanctums of elite finance and to the secretive reaches of what came to be known as the “shadow banking” world. The story begins with the intense Morgan brainstorming session in 1994 beside a pool in Boca Raton, where the team cooked up a dazzling new idea for the exotic financial product known as credit derivatives. That idea would rip around the banking world, catapult Morgan to the top of the turbocharged derivatives trade, and fuel an extraordinary banking boom that seemed to have unleashed banks from ages-old constraints of risk. But when the Morgan team’s derivatives dream collided with the housing boom, and was perverted—through hubris, delusion, and sheer greed—by titans of banking that included Citigroup, UBS, Deutsche Bank, and the thundering herd at Merrill Lynch—even as J.P. Morgan itself stayed well away from the risky concoctions others were peddling—catastrophe followed. Tett’s access to Dimon and the J.P. Morgan leaders who so skillfully steered their bank away from the wild excesses of others sheds invaluable light not only on the untold story of how they engineered their bank’s escape from carnage but also on how possible it was for the larger banking world, regulators, and rating agencies to have spotted, and heeded, the terrible risks of a meltdown. A tale of blistering brilliance and willfully blind ambition, Fool’s Gold is both a rare journey deep inside the arcane and wildly competitive world of high finance and a vital contribution to understanding how the worst economic crisis since the Great Depression was perpetrated.
Revue Française d'Administration Publique
Year: 1979
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Wall Street and the Rise of Hitler
Author: Antony C. Sutton
ISBN: 1905570279
Pages: 220
Year: 2010-11-01
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Finance and trading, history.
Author: Liz Trotta
Publisher: Harper Collins
ISBN: 0060756977
Pages: 270
Year: 2005-02-15
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The New York bureau chief of the Washington Times offers a religious detective story, a globe-trotting search for St. Jude, whose reputed powers of healing and luck continue to win countless adherents. Reprint.
The Secret of The Kingdom
Author: Mika Waltari
Publisher: Pickle Partners Publishing
ISBN: 1787200426
Pages: 342
Year: 2016-08-09
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Against a background of the strife-torn land of Judea two thousand years ago, Mika Waltari has written what is certainly his most important novel. Seeking the meaning to his life in the study of philosophy, the young Roman. Marcus Manilianus, discovers in an Alexandrian library a vast number of predictions, all tending to confirm his own feeling that the world is about to enter upon a new era. Two chance encounters with Jews who proclaim the coming of a world leader whom they call the Messiah or King, cause Marcus to resolve to make a visit to the Holy City of the Jews. He arrives outside Jerusalem in time to see crowds—some curious, some shocked—staring up at three crosses on a nearby mound. Above the center cross, an inscription had been fixed: JESUS OF NAZARETH, KING OF THE JEWS. The quest that ensues leads Marcus through all parts of Jerusalem and into contact with men and women of all stations of life who had known this remarkable man. And by degrees, wonderful if strange things are revealed to him of Jesus’ teaching, and he experiences the odd sensation of almost believing in the destiny of this crucified Roman among the alien Jews, Stands alone on the borderline of two worlds, feelings he belongs to neither, and it becomes vital to him to find “the way, “the Kingdom,” to again knowledge and certainty, not merely belief. What follows, as Marcus pursues his search for the promised secret of the Kingdom, bring to a climax as exciting and deeply moving a novel as Mika Waltari, certainly one of the world’s outstanding historical novelists, has ever written. It is a story of a time long past, yet it deals with a theme as modern as today: the dilemma of modern man and his culture in gaining and retaining a faith. And always present throughout the novel is the splendor, the irony and humor which have so delighted millions of readers of other Waltari novels from The Egyptian to The Etruscan.
The Genius of the Beast
Author: Howard Bloom
Publisher: Prometheus Books
ISBN: 1615929320
Pages: 607
Year: 2010-05-01
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Is global capitalism on its last legs? Is the era of American leadership over? Has the West begun a decline into a new Dark Age? Does American civilization deserve to survive? These are the unnerving questions raised by the Great Crash of 2009. This book presents a radically new answer, insisting that global society has only begun to realize its full potential. Author Howard Bloom argues that there’s a hidden mandate beneath the surface of capitalism: "It’s struggling to whisper and rumble its message to you and me. That hidden imperative can lift us from economic crisis, can make us a leader in the next-generation economy, and can dramatically upgrade our ability to empower our fellow human beings." Bloom sees crisis as opportunity, opportunity for the whole human race. In more than eighty short, fast chapters, insights appear suddenly, like the quick bursts of flashbulbs, taking the reader on a sweeping tour of human history, from the Stone Age to the present. Every chapter conveys a radically new way to see the astonishing mechanism we call "Western Civilization." Bloom marvels at how humans have turned toxic waste into food and fuel, trash into treasure, and garbage into gold. He shows how we've produced material miracles based on immaterial things—passion, persistence, and fantasy. He shows that what many regard as the end is just the beginning. The beginning of something you've never before imagined. The author explains why the secret to capitalism’s next great leap does not lie in new financial tricks, but in tapping things right under our noses in radically new ways—that is, tapping our imagination, our desire to feel useful, our desire to help others, and our desire to be recognized for contributing to the welfare of humanity. The key to next-generation capitalism lies in a big-picture view that's utterly unlike anything you've previously perceived. A big-picture view that will startle you. A big-picture view with which you can ignite the world, get a new handle on your life, and help transform society. This brilliant, inspirational work of daring ideas and breathtaking research offers more than hope. It offers unseen levels of understanding. Understanding that can literally redefine what it means to be a human being. From the Trade Paperback edition.
Le Nouvel Afrique Asie
Year: 1995
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Revue francaise d'histoire d'outre-mer
Year: 1994
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Lectures françaises
Year: 2004
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Bibliographie de la France
Year: 1986
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Comment la France a perdu l'Afrique
Author: Stephen Smith, Antoine Glaser
Publisher: Calmann-Lévy
ISBN: 2702146724
Pages: 276
Year: 2005-05-18
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La crise en Côte d'Ivoire est à la présence française en Afrique ce que la prise de la Bastille fut à l'Ancien Régime : le symbole de la fin, insensiblement d'abord, puis à un rythme qui est allé s'accélérant pour culminer en cette funeste nuit de novembre 2004, quand l'armée française ouvrit le feu sur une foule de "patriotes" à Abidjan, la France a perdu "son" Afrique, celle où, de Dakar à Libreville en passant par Djibouti, N'Djamena, Brazzaville et Antananarivo, elle aimait à penser qu'elle était aimée. À présent la France rapatrie ses ressortissants sous les huées, sinon sous les balles. Ailleurs, elle est déjà partie en catimini, à la fin de la guerre froide, quand l'Afrique a été abandonnée à son sort : effondrement de l'Etat, guerres, sida... L'aide a été amputée, les coopérants ont été retirés. Seule l'armée française est restée enfermée dans ses bases, garde prétorienne de régimes indéfendables. Après avoir été pendant plus de quarante ans le "gendarme de l'Afrique", la France s'est recyclée en "gardien de la paix". De plus en plus souvent, les Etats-Unis et la Chine dament le pion à une "vieille" France gênée aux entournures par le génocide au Rwanda, le sandale Elf, les turpitudes de la "Françafrique"... Il est loin le temps où la "mission civilisatrice" sur le continent noir était une affaire entendue, l'un des rares sujets d'accord entre droite et gauche. À l'heure du divorce, l'ancienne puissance coloniale se triouve dans une situation intenable : qu'elle intervienne, comme en Côte d'Ivoire, et on dénonce son "ingérence". Qu'elle s'abstienne, et on lui reproche son "indifférence". Dans ce livre sans concessions, remarquablement documenté et étayé d'innombrables exemples et témoignages, Stephen Smith et Antoine Glaser pointent les erreurs, les lâchetés et les ambiguïtés qui ont émaillé la politique africaine de la France, et lui on fait perdre ce "pré carré" qu'elle rêvait de façonner à son image.

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