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These assets are represented by U.S. corporate ownership
and many billions of dollars worth of U.S. stock. The effect of the
Saudis and Kuwaitis and the Middle Eastern people's sale of even 25%
of their total holdings on the U.S. market would be absolutely chaotic
in terms of the stock market, real estate and everything else.The
catastrophic effect has been designed to throw the American stock
market, the American corporations, the American real estate, and
people in general into a state of confusion. The plan is that this
state of con-fusion will begreated with the salvation of the
benevolent bankers on three fronts:
1. They propose to eliminate cash because of the collapse.
2. Stop drug trafficking because the drug traffickers would now have
no money to use.
3. Stop tax cheating.
NOBODY CAN ARGUE WITH ANY OF THESE REASONS. It is at this point that
they intend to implement a mandatory credit card identity Social
Security government. There will be an I.D. card
which will be satellite linked through the "Star Wars program".
Only 40% of "Star Wars" has anything to do with defense. 60% is
designed for transmission of banking information instantaneously to
the central banks which will be the super banks into which all the
major banks of the world will be linked. The super bank is to be the
wholesaler and the prime banks are to be the retailers in the foreign
countries that have capitulated to the International Monetary Fund's
It inly takes 5% of the total debtor nations to equal all of the
deposits of the Saudis that are in the banks. The reason for this is
the twenty-to-one ratio of fractional reserve banking. In works in
contrary reverse. It doesn't take many nations to agree to the
International Mon-etary Fund's proposal for the total volume of money
owed to equal the total volume of money on deposit from the Saudis.
Twenty debtor nations have already agreed to the International
Monetary Fund's proposal.The resultant collapse of the second group of
holding companies will
precipitate the Saudis' and Kuwaitis' liquidation of assets.
When the second group of holding companies are unable to pay the
private group of bank holding companies the money they owe them from
the credit extended to them to buy the assets and liabilities, it will
precip-itate those bank holding companies inability to pay the loans
extended to them by the prime banks to buy the foreclosed land which
was used as collateral to secure those loans. Ultimately, the prime
banks will end up with all the properties.
President Garcia of Peru announced in February of this year that they
were absolutely not going to pay the International Monetary Fund.
Rockefeller himself went to Peru in February of 1986. Rockeffeler
personally made the offer to Garcia of the three-point proposal which
was mentioned earlier. Garcia told David that if he wasn't out of the
country in twenty-four hours that he would have him arrested for
You will see the foreclosures on real property in America stepped up
drastically by the FDIC and FSLIC. They are using gangsteristic
tactics to achieve their objective for their masters.
Since the advent of the manipulation of the oil producing countries to
sell all their oil in U.S. dollars, the entire world trade is now
denom-inated in U.S. dollars because of the volitility of all the
other currencies. The entire trading volume of the world will be
totally and absolutely beholden to the super banks. When System 2000
is put into effect, the super banks will be the only source of "U.S.
Dollars" credit. There will be no cash."
Originally posted by Mdv2
The US government wasn't just motivated by compassion for the Greeks. In fact, Washington is worried about being drawn into the vortex of national bankruptcies itself. The national debt has exploded in the United States in the last two years, more than in almost any other country, because the government has had to spend hundreds of billions of dollars to support the economy and banks.
The financial crisis is a global problem, not that of individual countries as some would like to believe. Greece is the beginning of the end in my opinion and it has all been orchestrated. Our current financial system is unsustainable while emerging powers are threatening to challenge our (Western) financial monopoly over the world. They worsened this crisis by wasting billions on bail outs of financial institutions and countries that eventually will tumble down anyway.
Our financial system is going to be replaced by a brand new system that will ensure a tight grip for those in power such as the Rothschilds at our expense. I believe that people are going to suffer badly from the coming economic collapse and at the same time it will deal with rising threats such as China (which will not be given time to minimize its dependence on exports as its middle class is not capable yet to absorb the blow).
What I personally fear most is the conflict such a financial crisis would lead to. Naturally, everything will turn to normal again, but I expect the coming years to be bloody and very messy and it's gonna affect everyone, it makes no distinction between nationality.
It aint rocket science to understand that the infinite spending triggers hyper-inflation, which will be catastrophic and lead to the collapse of our financial system. Remember the Weimar Republic? At the height of the hyperinflation, Hitler committed a coupe d'etat anyone sees the parallel with the current unrest, from uprising in Greece to the foundation of many militias in the US and the rise of extremist demagogic populist politicians such as Wilders? People don't learn from history and the situation that is unfolding right now, is a perfect scenario for history to repeat itself.
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[edit on 4-5-2010 by Mdv2]
Originally posted by DEEZNUTZ
Unless you can day trade and do that instead of work the stock market is a guranteed loss over the long run.
Originally posted by GreenBicMan
The stock market is the best thing you have over the "long run". You shouldn't follow stocks or FX because you are generally not knowledgeable about historical performance.