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The Secret That Will Destroy the World's Financial System

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posted on Sep, 1 2009 @ 07:04 PM

Originally posted by jam321
I predict that there will soon be some unexplained accidents involving many Federal employees.

We all know the only way to keep a secret is to get rid of the ones who know and the ones getting close to knowing.

Time to let the cat out of the bag and let the cards fall where they may.

GE sold nuclear parts to Iran in spite of an embargo.
GE owns NBC and MSNBC that became organs of the Obama Campaign and Administration.
GE's CEO is on the Federal Reserve Board.

posted on Sep, 1 2009 @ 08:44 PM

Originally posted by Alxandro
Most likely it went to Al Qaeda and the Taliban.
Why do you think they are getting stronger?


"The secret is just that big."

It is common knowledge these bankers back both sides in wars.

posted on Sep, 1 2009 @ 08:52 PM
most likely the secret is that all the money comes from thin air. BANKS cooks the books most likely ie as its only electronic money who is to say banks cant generate money out of nothing.

posted on Sep, 1 2009 @ 09:11 PM
reply to post by loner007

Your exactly right. Banks keep just enough cash on hand to get through about three days.

That's all well and good and it's legal to. Banks have a loan:deposit ratio to keep up with to turn a profit.

But right now, the banks are broke. The federal government is broke. The businesses are broke. And the people are broke.

If the "exact" figures go main stream, there is likely to be trouble.

You'll go to the bank to withdraw your funds and you'll be told there is a $200 withdraw limit per day until further notice.

Three days later, your bank will be out of business.

Did I mention the FDIC is close to their breaking point as well?

It's going to be bad. More Bad then a Michael Jackson impersonator.

Bad hasn't even begun. I heard the stock market is going to take a dive in the 4th quarter. That's a month away. It did have a bad day today but let's not make that call because of one bad day.

Regardless, hang on to your hat. If you might to sell it.

posted on Sep, 9 2009 @ 03:19 PM
It's been working towards this point for centuries. Our imaginary money system was doomed to failure from the moment we started putting a cash value on items, and has only grown more and more out of control with the invention of increasingly esoteric "investment tools".

The notion of "interest" alone is an unsustainable Ponzi scheme that relies on fiat money to be pumped into the economy since a creation of value is not the same thing as the creation of money.

Ultimately, there is a ridiculous amount of "money" unaccounted for in the world. It's all been swirling towards some sort of vortex. Whoever or whatever is at the heart of that whirlpool is going to be or already is wielding unimaginable power.

I say bring it on. Pull back the curtain and let the chips fall where they may.

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