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What could you expect in a economic collapse

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posted on Sep, 30 2008 @ 12:00 AM

And this is how the U.S. Treasury would handle an economic collapse.

It's called the 6900 series of protocols. It would start with declaring a force majeure, which would immediately be interpreted by
the marketplaces as a de facto repudiation of debt. Then the SEC and
the various regulatory exchanges would anticipate the market's
decline, hour by hour

found this post on the net , the first paragraph was written recently but the main body was "scribed" over 3 years ago , i though it was informative and intersting, given the current way of things and how this possibility's % may not be likely , but it is significant

posted on Sep, 30 2008 @ 11:30 PM
The phrase "Force Majeure" is starting to be associated in the media with the financial crisis. As the referenced document suggest this is the first sign that that 6900 series of protocols may be underway.

These references are a little indirect and so are alone are not strong indicators in my opinon. But they are noteworthy.
Concepts have a way of leaking out from beneath blackout curtains.

Let Parliament debate the British bail-out

Let Parliament debate the British bail-out, United Kingdom - Sep 28, 2008
This is force majeure, something the Government, surely, wishes it was not having to do. It is bizarre for ministers to seek to make a virtue out of such a ...

Let Parliament debate the British bail-out


Poll gives McCain a Slight Lead Among Rural Voters

“That snapshot in time preceded by minutes, hours and days a significant force majeure in the financial markets,” says Bill Greener, a Republican strategist and adviser on the poll.

[edit on 30-9-2008 by Cyberbian]

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