posted on Jun, 25 2010 @ 04:11 AM
it is not the US dollar only that will collapse. It is the whole world monetary system that will do and everyone who understands how banks make money
out of fresh air can foresee what will happen.
This way of doing has been invented thousand of years ago. The Templars in Europe got it from the teachings they found in the Holly Land and became
rich trough it, those of which one once said "let me control the issue and distribution of money and I care a f.ck what the law says" knew the game
and they play it to the end and they will for sure not be among the losers.
We are in a world that is made according to the law of universe, the tetragrammaton where the contender contains 3 elements that make it move around
and today we are in an arena where 3 groups are acting. One group dances a round Saturn, the other around the Sun and the third who rules it plays the
referee is laughing and standing there with wide open pockets.
That is a symbolic way to see what's about and what ever we do, coming back to money, guaranteed by real values (which are none,it's just a belief),
we will not be able to play a fair and honest game. But, in that game the word profit will be quit more cruel to assume since when ever one wins,
someone else loses. In today's system this is not the case since the system allows us to cheat and instead of losing we just pay with virtual values
we create when ever we need them.
US Government pays since more then 50 years it's debt in foreign countries by treasure bonds, the kind of monkey money that today even inside the US
nobody wants to accept as a payment anymore and California is one of the examples that, by the way, has become a victim of the same evil speculators
that crashed Greece to attack the Euro.
So, what to do. The answer is simple. Do ,like BP, there is much to do, let's wait till it happens. I lose actually 22% of my income due to the Euro
crash, and all I can do is wait.
So, in the mean time take that fork and spoon and eat all you can as long as you are still able to afford it.