posted on Apr, 6 2010 @ 12:47 AM
reply to post by Misoir
I think I get what what you'd like to find out, but you're not going to get "strong proof" for something that hasn't happened yet! Statistically,
the current scene may indeed be very similar to what happened in the 1930's.
But it's not rolling out the same way it did then. At that time, from what I understand, many, many people were playing the market at very low
margins, and when the market crashed there was this huge rush for cash that no one could satisfy. There was no "social safety net" in place and not
many ordinary people had credit, which is now widespread, so you saw considerable personal disasters in the form of "bread lines" mass migration
from rural to urban areas, and people having to live on a lot less than they were used to.
Though the situation in the U.S. is quite bad, we have offloaded a lot of the extreme suffering to other countries and are covering it up in various
other ways. There is no doubt that the planet continues to be under considerable pressure from small criminal groups that have a lot of control over
massive financial resources. This has been researched and documented in the case of the wars and economic problems of the early 1900's, and it is
quite possible to trace these influences forward to the present time. These criminals don't have
to get their way, but they are making
definite progress. It seems they are still intent on attempting to concentrate the suffering on populations that are less well-connected to the bulk
of humanity, but as the internet has expanded this has become harder to do.
One insider believes that two areas in particular are being targeted: Iran and China. This data is from the recent "Anglo Saxon Mission" interview
posted at Project Camelot.
It should be noted that the City of London has been financially involved with a wide variety of quite immoral operations over its history, including
the slave trade, the opium trade, arms production, and general attempts to make drug-taking, war and sub-standard living conditions accepted aspects
of everyday life. Their criminality has become quite pervasive. It will be a considerable challenge to reverse its ill-effects and its ultimate
(Note: You should look up "City of London" if you are not sure what it refers to in this context.)