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Jim Corr - "Top-down engineered financial crash designed to take over Europe"

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posted on Dec, 18 2010 @ 05:17 PM
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Great vid! Good summary and recommends Money Masters at the end






posted on Dec, 18 2010 @ 05:38 PM
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Google "wizards of money". The site no longer exists but the content has been mirrored and is excellent.

Europe was just another victim of this latest "can't lose investments" bubble as other governments were.

However, it is in certain interests to destroy the Euro as a rival reserve currency, and it is in certain interests to destroy European purchasing power to ration limited oil production ... without inflating the price through traditional supply/demand scenarios.

So I think Europe is taking a beating in the vein of "let no good crisis go to waste".



posted on Dec, 18 2010 @ 05:51 PM
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This is an interesting point....farily recently Iran dropped the dollar as the currency for oil and had adopted the Euro and the Yen.

If there are any benevolent forces in the universe this and all their other crimes will soon blow up in their faces.

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posted on Dec, 18 2010 @ 06:52 PM
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lol
tough to listen to a little bald peanut talking the talk. I love how musicians seem to think others care about their ideals and messages. Still ireland took one up the rear with their austerity implementations no doubt about that. im waiting for bono to fly in and save them all.....oh wait he's too busy avoiding taxes.


brill



posted on Dec, 18 2010 @ 07:52 PM
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Thanks for the tip on "Wizards of Money" and for your insights ...



However, it is in certain interests to destroy the Euro as a rival reserve currency, and it is in certain interests to destroy European purchasing power to ration limited oil production ... without inflating the price through traditional supply/demand scenarios.


So what do you think of Lindsay Williams information that they will take down the Euro and follow with the dollar in 2-3 weeks after that?



posted on Dec, 18 2010 @ 08:31 PM
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Ireland didn't just take it hard, oh no .. so far through this crisis they have bent over and took it twice now from Europe, once with the Lisbon treaty (after a no vote they had a "why don't you think about that again before we economically decimate your country" vote and passed it, signing away their sovereignty) They then had to take a IMF/Euro loan at 7% interest to pay for the banks that couldn't operate after the Irish pumped twice their GDP into on two separate occasions already ... all to guarantee mostly British and German deposits.

All for the greater good!

Opposition to Brussels is futile. Why, I even saw a few days ago a "high court" in France decided that Ireland should pay a would-be abortionist a few grand because she had to get it done outside the country, and demanded Ireland remove it's ban on the procedure. Damn you Ireland, how DARE you think for your selves and act like a sovereign nation!!

@#!%! progressives..



posted on Dec, 18 2010 @ 09:00 PM
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He has been right about the price of oil for the last 6 years any way
and but he was a little disinfo ish regarding some of the things he said about the oil spill.

I can see what he says being right as a possibility.
Bob Chapman said the pressure will really start to push the euro down around the beginning of the second quarter



posted on Dec, 18 2010 @ 09:13 PM
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Thanks for the tip on "Wizards of Money"....

I do not have audio so I was only able to read a little bit of this . However I saw some key phrases that set of alarms.



...Recent decades have brought with them a growing public awareness of the long-term costs of the short-term profiteering legacy of the industrial revolution. Global Warming, Ozone Depletion, and Acid Rain are now all household names. The current monetary system - the one inherited from this same industrial revolution and the one in which we always "discount the future" - has played a large role in such destruction of the environment. Many are asking the question - Can we design monetary and economic systems that encourage preservation of the environment and sustainable economies?

Along these lines, in later editions of Wizards we'll examine some of the fundamental flaws of contemporary mainstream economic theory, that led to such environmental destruction. Then we'll explore how emerging fields of economics, such as Ecological Economics, are addressing some of these flaws and challenging the underpinnings of traditional theory. ...
www.antiscia.com...


Sustainable is the code word for the United Nations Agenda 21.

Environmentalism =First Earth Summit = Maurice Strong = Big oil, World Bank, Oil for Food fraud, Rockefeller Foundation, The Commission on Global Governance, Socialist, United Nations, Sustainability

The Banksters have often funded Socialism and Communism. Their newest scam is Environmentalism => Sustainability=> United Nations Agenda 21 =>Global Governance aka a totalitarian government, or as they put it "a supranational sovereignty of an intellectual elite and world bankers" (David Rockefeller in Baden-Baden Germany, June 1991 )



posted on Dec, 19 2010 @ 08:36 AM
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Thanks for that info. I've actually been buying/selling oil stock based on Lindsey's information for the last 4 years, lol. Am just wondering about the timing of 2-3 weeks after the collapse of the Euro...

It implies a financial tsunami. I wonder what other currencies will be pulled down with it. I heard that the Canadian Dollar will not be affected.



posted on Dec, 19 2010 @ 11:41 AM
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Amazing interview. You could tell the reporter was "suppose" to stay on a certain track, and kind of did, but that hippie walked all over him




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