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Old 08-08-2011, 12:58 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Bankers Launch Next Leg Of Planned Economic Collapse

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Obama campaign blames the very people who sounded the alarm bell on the economy for the debt downgrade

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Monday, August 8, 2011


The next leg of the planned economic collapse has now been launched with the stock market once again plunging as the Federal Reserve prepares to launch QE3, and it’s all part of the transfer of wealth from America to the offshore elite that we have been warning about for years.

As we highlighted over two years ago, shortly before Barack Obama declared the recession to be over and the stock market was artificially inflated once more, we warned that the next phase of the financial pillaging would bring about a “sucker’s rally,” with investors believing the hype about a non-existent “recovery” and ploughing all their money back into the system, only to see the rug pulled out from under their feet for a second time.

That forecast is now coming to fruition as the Dow loses over 300 points today to add to the massive downturn last week.

The effort by central banks globally to flood the system with cheap money never did anything to address the underlying problem of toxic debt and merely set the economy up for a greater implosion.

But the people who warned about the consequences of artificially inflating the financial system and have been proven correct are now being blamed for its downfall.

The Obama campaign, along with top Democrats, are now floating the rhetoric that Standard and Poor’s move to reduce the United States debt rating from AAA was a “tea party downgrade.”

“I believe this is, without question, the tea party downgrade,” Sen. John F. Kerry, Massachusetts Democrat, said on NBC’s “Meet the Press” yesterday. Former senior Obama advisor David Axelrod used the exact same phrase in blaming opponents of tax hikes for the debt downgrade.

However, the debt ceiling debate was nothing more than a complete distraction from the real cause of America’s economic crisis.

The so-called “cuts” enshrined in the debt deal aren’t even cuts.

Talking points based around the notion that the “Tea Party won the debt battle” are a complete misnomer. All the bill does is put spending caps on already planned expenditures towards the end of a ten year period. The “spending cuts” are virtually non-existent, yet a further crippling $9.5 trillion will be added in debt over the next decade.

The overriding purpose of the debate over the debt ceiling was to establish an unconstitutional Super Congress that as Ron Paul warns today, “may turn into an early Christmas present for the well-heeled lobbyists of K Street.”

The real cause of the imminent double-dip recession is the U.S. government’s insistence on bailing out the “too big to fail” financial institutions and allowing the real economy to rot from within. But the system is now busy trying to distract people from the true culprits of this financial terrorism by blaming those who were aware of it all along.

The cost of the banker bailouts in all their forms – the majority of which have enriched the coffers of foreign banks – totaled almost $24 trillion dollars – and that was at the last measurement over two years ago. That figure represents nearly double the entire U.S. deficit figure of $14.7 trillion.

The Federal Reserve refuses to even disclose where most of the money went. So while the establishment itself loots $24 trillion dollars, money that could have been injected back into the real economy, those who complained about such actions are now being scapegoated as responsible for the collapse.

The global stock market plunge will precipitate what the Federal Reserve and Ben Bernanke were planning all along – QE3 – which could represent a terminal blow for the already stricken U.S. dollar. Helicopter Ben will flood the money supply with more fake greenbacks, the artificially inflated stock market will briefly rally once more, and all the suckers will plough all their money back in only to get burned again later down the line.

Meanwhile, the genuine barometers of economic health – jobs, housing, the credibility of the dollar as the world reserve currency, the money supply, and food stamp usage, will continue to point to the fact that America’s decline and fall as a financial powerhouse is being deliberately engineered by a financial elite that sees the United States as the next Greece, Argentina or Ireland – a once prosperous nation that has been fattened for the kill.
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Well isn't this nice. Millions of people are sitting around, idly "enjoying" their lives totally oblivious to how the monetary system works. The true terrorists of our world do not meet at the docks at midnight, or scream "Allahu Akbar" before some violent action. The true terrorists of our world wear 5000 dollar suits and work in the highest positions of finance, government and business.

War, poverty, corruption, hunger, misery, human suffering will not change in a monetary system. That is, there will be very little significant change. It's going to take the redesign of our culture and values.

It is important to point out that regardless of the social system - whether fascist, socialist, capitalist, or communist - the underlying mechanism is still money, labor, and competition. Communist China is no less capitalistic than the United States. The only difference is the degree by which the state intervenes in enterprise. The reality is that "Monetary-ism", so to speak, is the true mechanism that guides the interest of *all* the countries on the planet.

The world is being taken over by a handful of business powers who dominate the natural resources we need to live, while controlling the money we need to obtain these resources. The end result will be world monopoly based not on human life but financial and corporate power.


As the inequality grows, naturally, more and more people are becoming desperate. So the establishment was forced to come up with a new way to deal with anyone who challenges the system. So they gave birth to the 'Terrorist'. The term 'terrorist' is an empty distinction designed for any person or group who chooses to challenge the establishment.

In a world where 1 % of the population owns 40% of the planet's wealth... In a world where 34,000 children die every single day from poverty and preventable diseases, and where 50% of the world's population lives on less than 2 dollars a day... One thing is clear. Something is very wrong. And whether we are aware of it or not, the lifeblood of all our established institutions and thus society itself is money.

It is interesting to note that twice as many people die from peanut allergies a year than from terrorism.

The illusion of democracy is an insult to our intelligence. In a monetary system, there is no such thing as a true democracy, and there never was.

We can all help to bring about this change. If every person in the US and the UK drew out all monies from the bank, it would destroy the worlds economy and bring about a new, free way of living. I think its about 9% of money in the US is actually in cash. The rest is numbers on a screen, and what is this actually worth? Zilch. Zero. Nadda. F*ck all.

We are all being taken for a ride.
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Old 08-08-2011, 01:19 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Good post. Completely agree with the notions put forward by you, and the quoted article.

Its what Ive been saying for a while now. No particular nation is at fault for these problems. The network of shadowy capitalists engineering this situation are spread far and wide. The US, Europe, Japan, Russia, China etc. Seemingly against each other on the surface, but actually in kahoots.

I believe the current cuts are designed to get us rioting and causing chaos. Civil disobedience is exactly what they need to start imposing on our civil liberties. Eventually, it'll be martial law and curfews.

This enemy of the people is beyond borders, which is the most dangerous kind. I'm definitely a believer in secret societies and the march towards a world bank and monetary system.

Like you said. We should all withdraw our money. Or better yet, convince a few million to stop paying taxes. We don't have the resources to prosecute them all. It would cause chaos.
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Good post. Completely agree with the notions put forward by you, and the quoted article.

Its what Ive been saying for a while now. No particular nation is at fault for these problems. The network of shadowy capitalists engineering this situation are spread far and wide. The US, Europe, Japan, Russia, China etc. Seemingly against each other on the surface, but actually in kahoots.

I believe the current cuts are designed to get us rioting and causing chaos. Civil disobedience is exactly what they need to start imposing on our civil liberties. Eventually, it'll be martial law and curfews.

This enemy of the people is beyond borders, which is the most dangerous kind. I'm definitely a believer in secret societies and the march towards a world bank and monetary system.

Like you said. We should all withdraw our money. Or better yet, convince a few million to stop paying taxes. We don't have the resources to prosecute them all. It would cause chaos.
Very good point. Its already in motion. This 'war on terrorism' is being used as an excuse to beef up security and as you say, infinge on our civil liberties, amongst other things. Recently a 92 year old lady with a colostomy bag got strip searched at a US airport. She too was American. Meanwhile the Rockafellas, Rothchilds etc are laughing.

I'm glad I'm not the only person on here that understands whats happening!
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Pardon my ignorance, but what would happen if America went bankrupt?
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Pardon my ignorance, but what would happen if America went bankrupt?
Who knows. Its complicated beyond comprehension. One thing I do know, is that the richest people on the planet would profit from it somehow.
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Pardon my ignorance, but what would happen if America went bankrupt?
If its through a planned economic collapse then the global powers will of course benefit. Its scaremongering. If say, everyone decided not to pay taxes or to withdraw all monies, and an economic collapse happened because of this, then the whole monetary system will be denounced as the fraudulent pile of propaganda bullshit it is.



I believe that banking institutions are more dangerous to our liberties than standing armies. If the American people ever allow private banks to control the issue of their currency, first by inflation, then by deflation, the banks and corporations that will grow up around [the banks] will deprive the people of all property until their children wake-up homeless on the continent their fathers conquered. The issuing power should be taken from the banks and restored to the people, to whom it properly belongs.

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Wow. The problems in London are getting harsh. Thats whats happens when you cut 75% of youth services funding in an area like Haringey. These kids have nothing to do but get angry and smash the place up. Like I said yesterday. It'll be curfews and army on the streets before you know it. And with the markets falling to bits as we speak? Shit has well and truly hit the fan gentlemen.

End of the day, how long will it be before they use private security firms to control the violence? The army is being stretched trying to support our ridiculous foreign policies. Its a matter of time before this shit is out-sourced. By the time this mess is all over in a year or two, everything will belong to the private sector. It'll be mission accomplished.

On a side note, funny how the lunatics burned and destroyed the whole of Tottenham high street, but left the Tottenham stadium untouched. Basically, the single, private, big business that exists in the area is left completely alone. All stinks like something that has been engineered.
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this thread has me very confused. How exactly, do the rich benefit from economic collapse?

who benefits from policies that encourage rioting and bring about martial law?

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We can all help to bring about this change. If every person in the US and the UK drew out all monies from the bank, it would destroy the worlds economy and bring about a new, free way of living.
who exactly would this help?
How would this "new, free way of living" be better?

does anyone really think an economic and political collapse would make things better?

It seems to me that all it would do is transform the poor into the starving.

I really need some educating here guys.

How would destroying your nations infrastructure make life better for the population that lives in the cities and depends on that infrastructure to eat?


what does this new and better world without mean ol' bankers look like?
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Wow. The problems in London are getting harsh. Thats whats happens when you cut 75% of youth services funding in an area like Haringey. These kids have nothing to do but get angry and smash the place up. Like I said yesterday. It'll be curfews and army on the streets before you know it. And with the markets falling to bits as we speak? Shit has well and truly hit the fan gentlemen.

End of the day, how long will it be before they use private security firms to control the violence? The army is being stretched trying to support our ridiculous foreign policies. Its a matter of time before this shit is out-sourced. By the time this mess is all over in a year or two, everything will belong to the private sector. It'll be mission accomplished.

On a side note, funny how the lunatics burned and destroyed the whole of Tottenham high street, but left the Tottenham stadium untouched. Basically, the single, private, big business that exists in the area is left completely alone. All stinks like something that has been engineered.
i've been wondering what you guys think of Theresa may these days. Doesn't seem like her kinder, gentler, warm and fuzzy aproach is working too well.

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this thread has me very confused. How exactly, do the rich benefit from economic collapse?

who benefits from policies that encourage rioting and bring about martial law?



who exactly would this help?
How would this "new, free way of living" be better?

does anyone really think an economic and political collapse would make things better?

It seems to me that all it would do is transform the poor into the starving.

I really need some educating here guys.

How would destroying your nations infrastructure make life better for the population that lives in the cities and depends on that infrastructure to eat?


what does this new and better world without mean ol' bankers look like?
When you consider companies like Glencore, with a turnover of 100 billion a year... who do you think will step in to "help" when our nations go belly up? In the same way firms like Haliburton got the contracts to rebuild Iraq after it was flattened. A company owned by the buddies of the politicians who convinced us to go to war in the first place. Firms essentially owned by the richest people on the globe. Firms that will eventually own all our services and resources. They engineer these collapses in order to step in and rebuild... and eventually own our countries.

In a nutshell, when whole countries are completely skint, and all the money is owned by the private sector, who is going to help? And part of the deal for their "help" is that they get all the big contracts to run our countries after the dust has settled. Power generation. Transport. Public services. Anything that isnt already in the hands of the private sector. Until eventually it is all owned and run by these bastards.

There are stories that emerged after WWII that showed the same money funding both the Nazis and the Allied forces was coming from the same sources. These very same sources then step in and make a huge amount of cash "helping" to rebuild after the war is finished.

Wankers... the lot of them.

By not paying our taxes on mass, we take back some power and gain some leverage. We are then in a postion to negotiate. As it stands, we simply take it on the chin a soldier on. Typical English attitude. Say nothing and have a cup of tea and all will be better.
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