reply to post by angelchemuel
Oh and btw, if you want to read some realy interesting stuff on whats happening now I suggest this:
This was a comment on zerohedge from a guy called brussel banker guy... verry interesting read
Whatever will happen in Cyprus, has likely been decided behind the scenes, in the off-the-radar but important meeting in Moscow between Vladimir Putin
and EU Commission President José Manuel Barroso - who is the real key figure in the EU with the most direct connections to all the 'shadow powers' in
and behind the EU governments.
For some reason, this colossally important summit meeting between Putin and Barroso, has been under the media radar, here is one place:
The Barroso - Putin meeting was going on right as Cyprus was in Moscow negotiating with the Russians and learning what they should do.
At this point Cyprus is in most ways a passenger, and very likely simply carrying out the role that Russia is recommending to them after Putin's deal
Whatever Cyprus ends up in or out of the euro-zone or the EU itself, Putin and Barroso have likely okayed the deal ... even if that means Russia
raising gas prices to Europe to cover whatever gets lost to Russian companies with a Cyprus 'plan' or default.
Also of great importance is the raiding of Christine Lagarde's apartment, directly after she pressed the Cyprus idiocy the previous weekend. It is
worth looking at what Jim Sinclair has been saying as to why this happened.
There is also Ben Bernanke essentially announcing he would leave the US Federal Reserve at the end of his term in some months ... Sinclair says this
is directly a result of the Cyprus blunder backed by US politicians, but against the US and other central bankers.
In short maybe this -
The Cyprus 'plan' idiocy the previous weekend, contained two major blunders by Germany and the Lagarde IMF, both of whom were acting as agents of the
The first blunder was that of trying to seize Russian money, without consulting and involving Putin as had been promised.
The second blunder was trying to seize insured customer bank deposits as a test confiscation of assets ... But they were doing this much too early,
when the world's central bankers, Bernanke and perhaps Mario Draghi as well, felt that maintaining the illusion that deposits are 'safe' was essential
to maintaining the global money-printing Ponzi scheme.
The Cypriot politicians know the EU is not whom they need to please, it is Russia, hence the absolute zero of votes for the EU plan early in the week,
and ignoring the 'Troika' for most of the week.
The higher level of EU internal politics, also saw the huge error, the immense danger to the whole EU banking system, and to relations with Russia,
the EU's 3rd biggest trading partner, and to how costly gas will be to heat Europe next winter.
That is why Lagarde's flat was suddenly raided as a years-old ancient 'investigation' was suddenly revived, to show Lagarde she was being brought
down, like the way her US patrons did to Strauss-Kahn so crudely ... and likely why Draghi is in hiding ... and why the Troika is being brought down
a notch in the public eye.
According to Jim Sinclair, Ben Bernanke sees the Cyprus mess as essentially blowing up all the work he had been doing for the last several years,
trying to keep the whole Ponzi going for a few years longer. Sinclair says that is why Bernanke suddenly called it quits, washing his hands of
everything, only hoping the collapse of the dollar will not happen in the months he has left in office.
Putin has won the round ... Barroso likely traded whatever Putin had asked. Now we will learn in the coming week what is the end product of the
Barroso - Putin deal.
It is entirely possible that Putin saw his best play not as an overt rescue and moving-in on Cyprus immediately ... but letting Cyprus semi-collapse
and leave the euro-zone, as a harsh 'lesson' to be taught the EU for their arrogant insolence in trying to steal Russian money. Russia can move in a
little later, at fire-sale prices ... he remains the 'daddy' of Cyprus, with the tens of Russian billions, locked up now in Cyprus under the new
Barroso likely swallowed and accepted whatever terms Putin offered. Alternative gas sources from the Levant will not be online for several years ...
Putin needs to be mollified by the EU, even if that means fragmenting the euro-zone as the price to be paid.
And the global Ponzi scheme is indeed in quite a bit of extra danger now. The process of financial entropy has greatly accelerated. Ben Bernanke seems
not to want to even play anymore, after Lagarde and the Germans and Dutch, and his own fellow American politicians, blew up his game with their
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