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Crisis? What Crisis?

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March 22, 2011 at 8:23 am

The Great American Tapeworm Economy

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Catherine Austin Fitts explains how the financial terrorists have deliberately imploded the US economy and transferred gargantuan amounts of wealth offshore.

She also warns about the coming global take over of food supplies and creation of a global currency.

Oh and by the way, she was the Commissioner at the United States Department of Housing and Urban Development under George H. W. Bush!

 

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January 9, 2011 at 10:29 am

US Set To Unleash Final Weapons of Economic Mass Distruction.

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As Toronto Star National Affairs Columnist, Thomas Walkom outlines in his article on November 13, 2010 the United States government has failed to solve it’s massive financial problems and is about to throw their final desperate financial hail Mary in hopes of avoid the seemingly inevitable economic collapse that looms for it’s citizens.

Here’s a really brief recap of his comments:

  1. Global trade imbalance: China makes and exports too much  and the US makes too little and imports too much.
  2. Unmanageable US debt: US losing the ability to borrow from the global markets to fund two long wars and massive taxes cuts.
  3. Political paralysis in the US virtually assures no real solutions are on the political horizon.
  4. Currency war: With all options exhausted the US will begin printing money and flooding Capital markets with devalued US dollars – so-called quantitative easing. But countries that historically supported the US are running away from the US dollar faster than the Fed can print them.

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November 13, 2010 at 11:57 am

The European Debt Endgame Approaches

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Greece owes $367 Billion to Other EU nations, Ireland owes $865 Billion to Other EU nations,
Spain owes $1 TRILLION mainly to France, Britain Germany, Italy owes $1 TRILLION mainly, to France, Britain Germany and so on and so on…

How can broke economies lend money to other broke economies who haven’t got any money because they can’t pay back the money the broke economy lent to the other broke economy and shouldn’t have lent it to them in the first place because the broke economy can’t pay it back.

The question is not when this game is going to end but how many millions of citizens are going to be absolutely devastated by the ultimate economic solution facing these and all other nations on this planet?

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June 19, 2010 at 9:06 am

Do Not Feed The Executives!

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Because there is no disaster which immediate, decisive, wrong action cannot make worse.

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August 22, 2009 at 2:07 pm

Five Firms Hold 80% of Derivatives Risk. We’ve ALL Been Warned.

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CFO: Members of Congress probing threats to the global financial system — especially the threat of concentration of risk — will have a lot to ponder in newly mandated disclosures highlighted by a Fitch Ratings report issued this week. While derivatives use among U.S. companies is widespread, an “overwhelming majority of the exposure is concentrated among financial institutions,” according to the rating agency’s review of first-quarter financials.

Concentrated, in fact, among a mere handful of financial-services giants. About 80% of the derivative assets and liabilities carried on the balance sheets of 100 companies reviewed by Fitch were held by five banks: JP Morgan Chase, Bank of America, Goldman Sachs, Citigroup, and Morgan Stanley. Those five banks also account for more than 96% of the companies’ exposure to credit derivatives.

bspcommentAs much as politicians and market witch doctors want to make you believe their ponzi, bailout scheme is going to work. The worst is yet to come. Prepare for a very cold winter.

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July 26, 2009 at 3:56 pm

A Clear Historical Comparison of The Ongoing US Bailout. Good Luck…

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USbailoutChartComparison* In Inflation Adjusted dollars

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June 19, 2009 at 9:05 am

The Pyramid of Capitalism: Some Things Never Change!

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Pyramid of Capitalism

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April 4, 2009 at 10:18 am

Europeans Fight New World Order. North Americans Order Out.

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North America today is a fat, lazy culture too overweight and out of shape to bother fighting for our own democracy. That is of course if you’re talking about the types of protests that require participants to pick up a sign and actually walk around.

We have become blind to our own acts of violence unleashed upon the world for the sake of our biggie fries and $5 Walmart flip flops. So long as the real world remains safely off shore and “secure” by the current “coalition” standards we quite happy to go about consuming our way to oblivion.  Without regard for our fellow man/woman, neighbourhood or planet.

Yeah I know that sounds pretty deep and dark but the cold sad truth is that we are no longer capable or nor do we encourage public protest. In fact we have been carefully manipulated into believing that public protest is wrong and that those of us who speak the loudest or with the most force are simply labeled bullies, disciplined and marginalized.

We must begin to teach our children the simple and powerful lessons of history. How nations were and continue to be hijacked by the rich and powerful and who are once again a foot in the shadows of the palace executing a takeover of biblical portions. The powerful have again seized power and this time that are holding democracy hostage using economic weapons of mass distraction to ensure they remain in their privileged sits of power while the rest of the world collapses outside their gilded gates.

As Obama shreds his bold election promises of transparency and accountability into increasingly smaller and irrelevant pieces, he continues to appoint the very bankers, financiers and business executives that burned our global economies to the ground with the extraordinary greed and a stunning disregard for even the simplest of morale standards.

Autoworkers are forced into massive concessions in order for their failed employers to receive a mere sliver of the bailout cash that the banks, investment firms and insurance companies have gorged on since November of 2008. The Obama administration soft peddles excuses about why the contracts of the rich and ruling class are somehow more important or valid than autoworkers and they must be upheld based on some false American principle.

The Obama administration seems paralyzed by the fear that their gigantic Ponzi scheme underway will be revealed and their country will collapse under the weight if it’s own self-centered greed. They seem obsessed in their efforts to hid the truth and deceive Americans about the real and present danger in their economy – corrupt bankers and CEOs. While their efforts may appear to have some very short term benefits, they will be short and the pain that they will unleash for the next decade will be incalculable.

The same forces appear to be at work here is Canada too. As Federal Finance Minister Flaherty recently called the “recession”, “relatively … mild recession” posing “relatively mild challenges”. Remember this is the same schmuck who boldly declared Canada was all but immune to growing global financial crisis during the 2008 election campaign only reverse course and admit that Canada wasn’t so sheltered after all. Then his minority government attempted to obliterate the opposition parties by eliminating public funding of the parties under the banner of fiscal restraint.

But the Conservative carnival did not end there. So venomous was the backlash of the opposition parties that they formed a perfectly legal coalition only to watch a minority government petition the Governor General to suspend the Canadian Parliament for nearly two months to avoid a non-confidence vote.

Now Mr. Flatherty says that stimulus money is not moving fast enough and the governemnt must loosen the oversight reigns in order to save our floundering economy. Sound familiar? You know that economy that was/is so perfectly shielded from the deepening financial and political crisis and will only suffer a mild recession while the entire global economy teeters on the brink of a full blown depression even worse than the dirty 30’s. Only now the Conservatives are claiming that the very regulations that they tried for decades to eliminate are THE ONLY thing that saved Canadian banks from suffering the same near fatal collapses of their breatheren south of the border.

The same regulations and oversight that Mr. Flaherty wants to loosen the “speed up” the recovery. (:

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April 4, 2009 at 8:53 am

Over $1 TRILLION Since 1970 Doesn’t Include The $1 TRILLION Injected Into Markets

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Infographics: Since 1970 the U.S. taxpayers had bailed out private corporations to the tune of $1 TRILLION.

This does not take into account the massive budget deficits that the current U.S. administration is piling up nor does it include the estimated $1 TRILLION the U.S. Fed has pumped into the U.S. markets in an effort to stem the flow of failure and “unfreeze” the credit markets.

bspcomment TRILLIONS for private corporations but no money for Social Security, Medical Coverage or Education because that would be socialism and that’s unAmerican! Holy shit when are you people going to wake up to the fact that these greedy bastard corporations have been stealing from your wallets for decades!

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March 8, 2009 at 9:03 pm