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What's the Worldwide cost of this crisis?

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posted on Mar, 5 2009 @ 10:28 PM
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No...no links here...

Just a honest question to the Citizens of the World.

How much do YOU think it's cost so far for...nothing...in essence?

...and we'll start the Bidding at?

(Flag & Star if you think it's at least relevent...)

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posted on Mar, 5 2009 @ 11:16 PM
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The problem with this "crisis" is that it doesn't cost anything, as it is global in scope.

They could just hit the reset button and everything would be fine...

If it is really that big a problem, just absolve all debt and start over. After serious changes, that is.



posted on Mar, 5 2009 @ 11:26 PM
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OK, now I'm interested. Jay-in-AR just made the same comment that's been on my mind for weeks now. If all the value being lost is perceptual (based on fraud to begin with), and considering that the entire planet's involved at this stage, is there a point where everyone's stake is equal so to speak ? Incredibly simplistic in regards to the complexities of the market as I've come to understand it , but is this a potential end result ?

I've been following the up to the minute threads since this whole mess began (huge thanks to Hx3, Redhatty and the rest of the gang), so I've watched everything slowly unraveling and researching what I could.

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posted on Mar, 5 2009 @ 11:38 PM
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Well, I don't really think it is as simplistic as I make it sound...

In reality, it isn't a "crisis" at all. It is a planned destruction...

Hell, look at what they did eight years ago.
They attacked their own financial institutions. I suppose a clever man could connect the dots and say they are doing this to themselves. But to what end? The same reason the bastards stuck the towers. To further their stranglehold on the public.

In reality, if this were some sort of REAL crisis that affected everyone, that reset button WOULD be hit. The reason it hasn't been allowed to happen is because there are still angles to play. Dollars to make for a very select few.
These are your culprits. Same folks that have been pulling this crap for years now.
I think that the whole thing is a farce. More psyops work against the tax payer. Blow it out of proportion and people will look to you to fix it. Thing is, it works like a damned charm.

I still want to poke myself in the eyeballs with a stick when I think about that idiot of a woman I saw on a youtube video shortly after 9-11 saying that people need to give up liberties for freedom! I mean seriously, look at the intelligence we are dealing with here.

They'll get it all, just like Carlan said. People are just too f-ing stupid.



posted on Mar, 5 2009 @ 11:41 PM
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I think Hx3 was trying to get a ball park # for the amount of monies thrown into the economic crisis all over the world so far.

I do not think he was asking for a discussion about a reset or biblical jubilee or anything like that.

I could be wrong though....It's been known to happen



posted on Mar, 5 2009 @ 11:44 PM
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I don't think you will ever be able to get a true figure of what this has cost the world in total currency thrown at it. What day are you going to start on? What currency will you use? How do you take into account that each market dropping raises or lowers the worth of the others currency.

Lets just call it bad and leave it at that. Its kinda like debating who is more dead, the guy who burned himself alive or the guy that choked to death. either way its one dead dude.



posted on Mar, 5 2009 @ 11:46 PM
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I understand what he was asking, and I gave my answer.

Hell, for all intents and purposes, the figure he is looking for might as well be One-Hundred-Gagillion-Thousand.

This sort of money doesn't even exist, except for in some multi-tiered accounting system run by a paid Government shill.

Or better yet, we'll just say it is endless. You can't even put into words how much money that this thing will cost.
We KNOW that we have raised the debt ceiling by a cool two trillion. That is just here in the US.

These numbers are completely nonsensical. 12 trillion dollars?


Realistically speaking, you might as well say it doesn't cost a damned dime, as those numbers do not now, nor will they ever exist, in any real terms.



posted on Mar, 6 2009 @ 12:05 AM
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posted on Mar, 6 2009 @ 12:09 AM
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Originally posted by whoshotJR
I don't think you will ever be able to get a true figure of what this has cost the world in total currency thrown at it. What day are you going to start on? What currency will you use? How do you take into account that each market dropping raises or lowers the worth of the others currency.

Lets just call it bad and leave it at that. Its kinda like debating who is more dead, the guy who burned himself alive or the guy that choked to death. either way its one dead dude.
Dang...you kinda think like I do!!!

ok...lets say...Jan 01 2008?
US $ ?

Any help there...as definations?

Come on now...play along!


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posted on Mar, 6 2009 @ 12:17 AM
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I appreciate the links. Maybe I'll read through them when I have a spare few days.

Probably not though, I don't need to read 1,000 pages of this stuff to realize we have been screwed.
Hard, even.

I mean come on, is it any coincidence that 9-11 was carried out on our symbol of financial strength and now a few years down the road our financial system lies in ruins?
I won't go so far as to say that I don't believe in coincidences, but I don't believe this one.

Like I said before, you can't even put into terms the kinda' jack we are dealing with. I find it easier to think about it with pretty illustrations. I'm not sure on the specifics, but I think if you were to hold a stack of 100 dollar bills in your hand, the pile would be roughly the size of the Sears Tower, and that is just to reach 1 trillion dollars.

If TPTB actually were worried about this mess, quite simply put, we wouldn't be in this mess.
Truth be told, these financial moguls have the money to solve this in their personal accounts (which of course only exists as an arbitrary number for accounting purposes), but in reality, they aren't worried.



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