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2011 Global Stock Market Collapse Watch

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posted on Aug, 15 2011 @ 06:39 AM
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Foreign markets.





posted on Aug, 15 2011 @ 07:34 AM
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Yes I agree. I don't think it will fluctuate as wildly as it did last week though unless some more sensationalized headlines come out to scare investors. I think after the dust settled last week the markets will slowly trickle up to cover the losses from last week and then stay flat wavering up and down.

Let's see what comes out of the Sarkozy and Merkel meeting tomorrow.


French President Nicolas Sarkozy and German Chancellor Angela Merkel will meet next week as concerns over the spread of the euro-area debt crisis rattled French markets.

The leaders of Europe’s two biggest economies will discuss economic governance of the 17-nation euro region in Paris on Aug. 16, according to separate statements issued today by Sarkozy and Merkel’s offices.

Sarkozy and Merkel have called for their parliaments to approve measures by the end of September to strengthen the euro- area bailout fund as agreed by European leaders on July 21. They have also backed a European Central Bank role in determining when bond buying is needed to stop contagion.

Both leaders said at the July summit that “they would formulate joint recommendations aimed at strengthening political and economic governance in the euro area before the end of the summer,” the statement issued by the Chancellery in Berlin said. The proposals will feed into steps drawn up by European President Herman Van Rompuy on “improved working methods and a better crisis management in the euro area.”

www.businessweek.com...



posted on Aug, 15 2011 @ 08:18 AM
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Here is my prediction.

The Germans and the French will agree to bail everyone out.

The European Union will become the new economic power over the U.S.

Britain will strive to lower its debt at the expense of social programs and police budgets.
But they will be forced to reconsider. They'll adopt a German style solution and show signs of recovery by December.

We'll see this solidified by the end of the year.

U.S. wealthy people will start living in their French castles full-time next year. Brad and Angelina for example.



posted on Aug, 15 2011 @ 12:51 PM
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Let's be realistic.

Germany and France knows that there is no way that they will have the funds to bailout EVEN themselves, let alone the entire rotting EU member states. The only is fakery, but sooner or later when the truth is known, the entire stock market casino will collapse.

UK knows it will not survive their austerity drive,not with the recent riots that had NOTHING to do even with the drive which is suppose to kick in only next year. The riots were only a primer of larger things to come, and there is no way UK has enough jails to house and feed millions imprisoned.

Italy will not survive the harsh austerity drive it had just approved for. No italian will stand for it.

Many of the elites tried to blame social welfare and expenditure as the cause for bad loans. But the sad truth is that govs can only give social welfare, but in the end, the money circulated still ends up with bankers and corporations, as welfare recipients DO pay for their needs and DO NOT hoard up their monies.

The ones to blame for the soon to default explosion will be the banksters and corporate thieves themselves, whom had hoarded up all the money. Once mankind realized this, it will be goodbye and good riddance to the casino stock market and private enterprise banks whom had become a power unto themselves.



posted on Aug, 16 2011 @ 09:28 AM
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I have been searching, but I cannot find anything that has come out of the Merkel and Sarkozy meeting. Has anyone else heard anything? From the way the stocks are looking today, nothing amazing must've come from it.



posted on Aug, 16 2011 @ 10:00 AM
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Originally posted by majesticgent
I have been searching, but I cannot find anything that has come out of the Merkel and Sarkozy meeting. Has anyone else heard anything? From the way the stocks are looking today, nothing amazing must've come from it.


. . . here's an 'unofficial' transcript of their meeting . . .

[French President Sarkozy] bonjour le Président Merkel

[German President Merkel] Hallo Sie verrückter alter Furz. Ich glaube, dass wir hier sind, weil wir geschraubt werden.

[French President Sarkozy] Comme un talonneur pendant le congé de côte, mon knackwurst l'ami mangeant.

[German President Merkel] Was zum Teufel wir sind dabei seiend zu tun. Jeder ist arm. Sind wir dabei, Aufruhr wie zu haben, sie taten in Großbritannien?

[French President Sarkozy] J'espère que vous vous rendez compte que je ne comprends pas de mot que vous dites, vous le bâtard bête

[German President Merkel] Es gibt etwas, aus Ihrer Nase hängend. Ist das ein booger?

[French President Sarkozy] J'ai une marque la nouvelle paire de patins à roulettes et vous avez une marque la nouvelle clé...

[German President Merkel] Fangen Sie mit diesem verdammten Lied von Melanie wieder nicht an. Als Sie das am G20 taten, lachte ich ich so hart piddled ein kleines bisschen in meinen Hosen.

[French President Sarkozy] Bien, je m'arrêterai, mais vous m'achetez une bière. Maintenant laisse sortent et parlent aux mass-média. Nous leur dirons que tout est bon. Avant que nous allons en buvant, je dois appeler mon courtier et déplacer quelques valeurs parce qu'il va devenir rocheux là-bas depuis quelques jours.

[German President Merkel] Gute Idee. Dieses Nagetier von Mickymaus macht mich verrückt. Die unten große Zeit des Disney und ich sollten diese Scheiße fallen lassen, bevor jeder begreift, dass niemand jedes Geld hat, um dorthin zu gehen, und das Lager wird wie Hoden eines alten Mannes abschneiden.


Then they'll have a nice news conference and two days later the riots will start!!!!



posted on Aug, 16 2011 @ 01:19 PM
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Originally posted by GoalPoster

Originally posted by majesticgent
I have been searching, but I cannot find anything that has come out of the Merkel and Sarkozy meeting. Has anyone else heard anything? From the way the stocks are looking today, nothing amazing must've come from it.


. . . here's an 'unofficial' transcript of their meeting . . .

[French President Sarkozy] Hello President Merkel

[German President Merkel] Hello you crazy old fart. I believe that we are here because we are screwed.

[French President Sarkozy] As a hooker during the leave of coast, my friend eating knackwurst.

[German President Merkel] What the hell we are in the process being. Everyone is poor. Are we going to have riots like they did in Britain?

[French President Sarkozy] I hope you realize that I do not understand a word you say, you stupid bastard

[German President Merkel] There's something hanging from your nose. Is that a booger?

[French President Sarkozy] I have a brand new pair of roller skates and you have a brand new key...

[German President Merkel] Start with that **** song again not to Melanie. As at the G20 did, I laughed so hard I piddled a little bit in my pants.

[French President Sarkozy] Well, I'll stop, but you buy me a beer. Now lets go out and talk to the mass media. We will tell them that everything is good. Before we go drinking, I must call my broker and move some values ​​because it is going to be rocky there for a few days.

[German President Merkel] Good idea. This rodent Mickey Mouse is driving me crazy. The bottom of the Disney big time and I should drop this **** before everyone realizes that nobody has any money to go there, and the camp will perform as an old man's testicles.


Then they'll have a nice news conference and two days later the riots will start!!!!


Fair enough. It probably did go something like that.



posted on Aug, 16 2011 @ 01:23 PM
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The news that Germany GDP growth is slower than predicted and France mounting economic troubles has dampened the "hopeful" boost in the markets since last week downfall.

I guess the hopefulness of having Germany and France voting on bailouts is slowly fading.



posted on Aug, 16 2011 @ 01:33 PM
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So Merkel and Sarkozy's great plan is to have a Euro-Zone government?!? So now they want to expand beyond economic partnership and form a government. If they have their one so it begins. Phase one of the one world government.


The leaders of Europe’s two biggest economies have proposed a collective "government" for the eurozone 17-countries following discussions on how to deal with the area’s debts and ways to boost investor confidence following the sell-off of shares last week.

French president Nicolas Sarkozy and German chancellor Angela Merkel, who met in Paris, are also proposing that this government would be headed up by current European Union president Herman van Rompuy.

Mr Sarkozy also said that the issuance of euro bonds could be considered but only after the process of euro zone integration which could take years.

Currently eurozone members borrow separately in markets to fund their Government spending and that makes it difficult for cash-strapped countries like Ireland which is currently priced out of the market.

The introduction of euro bonds would mean eurozone members borrowing as one collective unit as is the case in the US.

Other plans include forcing member Government to signing up to balancing their finances and writing this into individual constitutions by mid 2012 and new taxes on financial transactions.

Germany and France are also working on "ambitious" joint plans to defend the euro, Mr Sarkozy said after the meeting.



posted on Aug, 16 2011 @ 01:42 PM
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So the only way to bailout EU banks and the rest of the struggling countries is with the formation of a government? I can not wait to see the reaction of the populations of the countries involved.



posted on Aug, 16 2011 @ 01:46 PM
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Originally posted by marg6043
I can not wait to see the reaction of the populations of the countries involved.


Yea I do not see that one going over very well. I'm not sure if that article is over sensationalizing things, but Merkel called for a fiscal joining of Europe... Sounds dumb, but yeah unite Europe like the U.S.E. (United States of Europe)

Nations that have been sovereign for centuries united under one banner. People don't tend to like change.



posted on Aug, 16 2011 @ 01:48 PM
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The populations are still fighting the formation of the EU, you are right no country actually wants to lose their sovereignty for so a few elites can hold the power.

I bet people in Germany and France are no going to take this news with open arms when the citizens has been fighting the involvement of their countries on the EU bailouts.



posted on Aug, 16 2011 @ 01:50 PM
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Originally posted by marg6043
So the only way to bailout EU banks and the rest of the struggling countries is with the formation of a government? I can not wait to see the reaction of the populations of the countries involved.



As we speak(I am Dutch) we are already heating up this discussion in the Netherlands.

We see it as one step closer to global governance( A big step)


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posted on Aug, 16 2011 @ 01:54 PM
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A global dominance that will only include the highest ranks of the elite few of the world, to have entire nations and their populations at their mercy.



posted on Aug, 16 2011 @ 01:55 PM
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So the general consensus in the Netherlands is that this is move is not wanted? I mean why would you all want to consume and take on all of those other countries debt right?

I could only imagine the upheaval if they seriously try to press forward with this.

I guess they will need a bigger crises to make everyone beg for it. Will stocks plunge tomorrow in the Eurozone with the "Fiscal Union" being the savior?

Stay tuned...



posted on Aug, 16 2011 @ 01:57 PM
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Originally posted by marg6043
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A global dominance that will only include the highest ranks of the elite few of the world, to have entire nations and their populations at their mercy.





I think this is a kickstart for the Revolution. We already have an march organised to Brussels with a few country's



posted on Aug, 16 2011 @ 01:58 PM
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Originally posted by majesticgent
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So the general consensus in the Netherlands is that this is move is not wanted? I mean why would you all want to consume and take on all of those other countries debt right?

I could only imagine the upheaval if they seriously try to press forward with this.

I guess they will need a bigger crises to make everyone beg for it. Will stocks plunge tomorrow in the Eurozone with the "Fiscal Union" being the savior?

Stay tuned...



Its frightening



posted on Aug, 16 2011 @ 01:58 PM
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At least you get to raise up and fight for what is right, here in America we are too lazy, fat and on government wellfare and hand outs, to do that.

Good for you.




posted on Aug, 16 2011 @ 02:00 PM
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Originally posted by marg6043
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At least you get to raise up and fight for what is right, here in America we are too lazy, fat and on government wellfare and hand outs, to do that.

Good for you.



What do you think I am, despite lazy and fat

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posted on Aug, 16 2011 @ 02:10 PM
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Yes but you don't depend on US government hand outs, see how soon you spring up and want to start something, you will never see that going on here in the US.

We Americans just bend over and get screw more.



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