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Old 01-12-2015, 04:02 PM
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Old 01-13-2015, 04:27 AM
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The Corp unloading useless assets

Sadly, it appears to be true that the United States corporation claims to own all of us. The claims are all one-sided because we weren’t the originators of the law. Many years ago, monarchs learned that ownership of land was insufficient if there was no one to work the land. At the same time, it became clear that the wealth of the land was valueless if there was no demand for it. All riches derive from the land. These riches lie fallow if human labor is not applied to them to produce a product that someone else is willing to work for.

The key here is labor. Those who exert labor produce goods. Those who exert labor merit those goods. The uber-parasites draw sustenance from the cycle of production-consumption. If consumption goes down, production will follow.
We are fast approaching a state where there is little need for the labor of man.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7Pq-S557XQU

In a pure capitalist system, only the producers are rewarded with the fruits of production. The parasites draw off "blood" from the wages of the producer. If the producer is replaced by a machine, he has no wages to steal. You can only steal from the rich. The poor don't have anything to steal.
Eliminate the producer and you run out of consumers.

The capitalist system is efficiency driven. Humans are inefficient compared to machine labor and machine intelligence. "They" can claim that they own us but, what are they going to do with us when we are redundant? The Georgia Guidestones give one version. Neo-Feudalism is another view that has been offered. The "death" of Japan is another version.

I suspect that the corporation is going to use this crash to get rid of many of it's non-performing assets. It will be a "forced molt".
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Old 01-13-2015, 05:02 AM
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Dominating Eurasia with the mental midget

Zbigniew Brzezinski made it very clear that America had to control Eurasia if it hoped to control the world.
"About 75 per cent of the world’s people live in Eurasia, and most of the world’s physical wealth is there as well, both in its enterprises and underneath its soil. Eurasia accounts for about three-fourths of the world’s known energy resources.” (p.31) (Zbigniew Brzezinski,The Grand Chessboard: American Primacy And It’s Geostrategic Imperatives, Key Quotes From Zbigniew Brzezinksi’s Seminal Book)"
“…the three grand imperatives of imperial geostrategy are to prevent collusion and maintain security dependence among the vassals, to keep tributaries pliant and protected, and to keep the barbarians from coming together.” (p.40)
“Henceforth, the United States may have to determine how to cope with regional coalitions that seek to push America out of Eurasia, thereby threatening America’s status as a global power.”
Well, Putin is certainly trying to unite all those barbarians.
http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2015-0...ew-world-order

Apparently, Kerry got the Saudis to drop the price of oil to hurt Russia. Don't forget, Saudi has bought Chinese weapons and signed up on big deals with China. I suspect that the Sauds went along with the demand from Kerry with Putin standing in the next room.
“A third of Britain’s listed oil and gas companies are in danger of running out of working capital and even going bankrupt amid a slump in the value of crude, according to new research."
That is at $ 60 a bbl.
"That’s why Washington’s plan to push down oil prices (to hurt the Russian economy) might have made sense on a short-term basis (to shock Putin into submission) but as a long-term strategy, it’s nuts. And what’s even crazier, is that Obama has decided to double-down on the same wacky plan even though Putin hasn’t given an inch."

So, obummer decided to crash Russia with an oil war. Russia is responding by initiating a financial crash. Energy is the master resource. This is world war. An atomic bomb just went off.
"Why Oil Is Headed Below $35/Barrel"
" Options traders are starting to place bets that prices could fall into the $20s in the months to come."
Why Oil Is Headed Below $35/Barrel | David Stockman's Contra Corner
Almost the entire U.S. oil industry will shut down. Western Europe will die. This is what obummer has accomplished; https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bZI1eeV88lQ
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Old 01-13-2015, 03:25 PM
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Sadly, it appears to be true that the United States corporation claims to own all of us. The claims are all one-sided because we weren’t the originators of the law. Many years ago, monarchs learned that ownership of land was insufficient if there was no one to work the land. At the same time, it became clear that the wealth of the land was valueless if there was no demand for it. All riches derive from the land. These riches lie fallow if human labor is not applied to them to produce a product that someone else is willing to work for.

The key here is labor. Those who exert labor produce goods. Those who exert labor merit those goods. The uber-parasites draw sustenance from the cycle of production-consumption. If consumption goes down, production will follow.
We are fast approaching a state where there is little need for the labor of man.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7Pq-S557XQU

In a pure capitalist system, only the producers are rewarded with the fruits of production. The parasites draw off "blood" from the wages of the producer. If the producer is replaced by a machine, he has no wages to steal. You can only steal from the rich. The poor don't have anything to steal.
Eliminate the producer and you run out of consumers.

The capitalist system is efficiency driven. Humans are inefficient compared to machine labor and machine intelligence. "They" can claim that they own us but, what are they going to do with us when we are redundant? The Georgia Guidestones give one version. Neo-Feudalism is another view that has been offered. The "death" of Japan is another version.

I suspect that the corporation is going to use this crash to get rid of many of it's non-performing assets. It will be a "forced molt".
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Old 01-14-2015, 02:11 AM
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Us vs. the parasites

Aljhoa, yes it can be done but, you must consider one very important factor. The people who want a fair system and have the power to make it happen are very few and far between. Lindberg, Macfadden, Jackson, Kennedy. They are not willing to kill all the opponents of a fair system.
The mega parasites are VERY numerous. They also are very willing to kill the few who rise up. The multitudinous parasites have a stranglehold on the system. They don't plan to quietly fade away.
"Government will rage against the dying of the light and destroy civilization if we do not wake the hell up."
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Old 01-16-2015, 03:33 AM
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Action and reaction in Europe

There is a lot of recent news. The Swiss figured out that cheapening the Franc to hold on to export business wasn't worth it. The dropped the cap on the franc and the results were immediate. "After the Bank dropped the 1.20-franc floor that it had set for the euro, the common European currency plunged as much as 41 percent to 0.8517 franc before rebounding to 1.0378 francs in late Zurich trading Thursday."

Read Latest Breaking News from Newsmax.com Dennis Gartman: Swiss Central Bank Currency Move Was a 'Silly Decision'
This is going to be a VERY bid deal before long.

Even bigger news is the fact that Russia cut off gas to Europe. Did Europe not think that sanctions would be met with problems?
Bulgaria blocked the construction of the Southstream pipeline. Russia refuses to send gas to Bulgaria,,, what a surprise. Russia said that they will send gas to Greece and the Europeans can build a pipeline from there. By a strange coincidence, there is record cold in Europe.
The European stock markets will definitely respond to this.
http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2015-0...pean-countries

The European stock market is up at the same time that oil is falling fast. That isn't going to last very long. The Center's Got To Give - The Automatic Earth
The banks are starting to crash from the fall in oil.
The Perfect Storm for Wall Street Banks
Private credit is much more important than previously believed;
The perfect financial storm: Why we’re headed for future global economic crises - Salon.com
The Central Banks can print free money and distribute it to where they think that it will do the most good,,, usually to member banks.
Private credit demands a return and moves to where it receives a good return. These capital flows can severely destabilize any economy. The CB can't control them.
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Old 01-16-2015, 03:40 AM
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Iceland

"Elections were brought forward to April 2009, resulting in a left-wing coalition which condemned the neoliberal economic system, but immediately gave in to its demands that Iceland pay off a total of three and a half million Euros. This required each Icelandic citizen to pay 100 Euros a month (or about $130) for fifteen years, at 5.5% interest, to pay off a debt incurred by private parties vis a vis other private parties. It was the straw that broke the reindeer’s back."
Strange, the new GOV immediately gave in to the demands of the bankers.
"The belief that citizens had to pay for the mistakes of a financial monopoly, that an entire nation must be taxed to pay off private debts was shattered, transforming the relationship between citizens and their political institutions and eventually driving Iceland’s leaders to the side of their constituents. The Head of State, Olafur Ragnar Grimsson, refused to ratify the law that would have made Iceland’s citizens responsible for its bankers’ debts, and accepted calls for a referendum."
Iceland didn't give in to the bankers. Why Iceland Should Be in the News, But Is Not :: SACSIS.org.za
Iceland has convicted some bankers and invites other countries to do the same; Iceland convicts bad bankers and says other nations can act
They couldn't find any prosecutors to take the job. Then " a policeman from a small fishing village, was encouraged to put in for the job after the initial advertisement drew no applications. "
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Old 01-16-2015, 04:24 AM
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Malaysia

The IMF and hedge funds created such a successful attack against Mexico that they decided that Malaysia would be the next target.
"Dr. Mahathir, to the Hongkong IMF Conference in September 1997, the Prime Minister said: "We dismissed the rumor that Malaysia would go the way of Mexico.... But now we know better. We know why it was suggested that Malaysia would go the way of Mexico. We know now that even as Mexico's economic crash was manipulated and made to crash, the economies of other developing countries too can be suddenly manipulated and forced to bow to the great fund managers"
"The idea was to raise $100 billion, half from participating countries, half from Japan, to provide liquidity in the region for the fight against speculative attacks, and assistance for development. The plan was squelched by U.S. and IMF strong-arm methods, "
Malaysia finally decided that they needed capital controls, "Immediately, all hell broke loose in the Western capitals and the Western press."
"The free-market gurus, and George Soros in the forefront, pronounced Malaysia dead, and called for Dr. Mahathir's ouster."
"Most of the critics, including the IMF itself, have now admitted they were wrong, but without taking any measures to rectify the horrific damage their policies wrought across the region, or to change the system in any significant way."
She quotes EIR Asia correspondent Gail Billington, speaking at ISIS in Kuala Lumpur on Jan. 25, 1999, that "by imposing capital controls, Malaysia had become the first country to place the human rights and general welfare of the people before the financial interests."

,,,, Gore's open support, while speaking at an Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) Forum in Kuala Lumpur on Nov. 16, 1998, for anarchists who were rioting on the streets outside the conference to bring down the government, in support of deposed Deputy Prime Minister Anwar Ibrahim."
Ibraham was a stooge of Wall Street
"Dr. Mahathir, under pressure to lift the controls after the first year of successful implementation, said: "We are not about to do so, not unless the world curbs the currency traders"
Malaysia's Challenge to IMF: A Lesson on 'Method'

Soros, himself attacked the British currency and made off with a cool billion $. This shows even better why private equity is such a danger to so many countries. Every currency is attacked when it looks vulnerable.

People are catching on a lot faster now days. Belarus is instituting capital controls. Abel Danger: Lukashenko of Belarus Triggers Death Agony of IMF Globalization with 30% Tax on Flight Capital; Purges Cabinet of Neoliberal Operatives Including Central Bank Boss; Measures Can Serve as Pilot Project for Russian Exchange and Capital Con
Alexander Lukashenko has followed the example of Dr. Mahathir.
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Old 01-16-2015, 04:57 AM
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Argentina

Argentina is the poster child for banker destruction. They just need to get somebody in power in GOV who will take out enormous loans. In Malaysia, Ibrahim did not prevail. In Argentina, there were plenty of corrupt people in GOV. Banks create money out of thin air and then, work hard to convert this debt into tangible stuff.
"The mainstream media inside and outside Argentina refer to these parasitic money “sloshers” as “vulture funds”; a conceptual mistake because one might then be led to believe that other funds and bankers – Goldman Sachs, HSBC, Citigroup, JPMorgan Chase, Deutsche Bank, George Soros, Rothschild, Warburg – are not “vultures” when, in fact, the very foundations of today’s global banking system lie on parasitic pro-vulture rules and laws coupled with an overpowering lack of moral values."

"One often wonders why governments indebt themselves for so much more than they can ever hope to pay… Here, Western economists, bankers, traders, Ivy League academics and professors, Nobel laureates and the mainstream media have a quick and monolithic reply: because all nations need “investment and investors” if they wish to build highways, power plants, schools, airports, hospitals, raise armies, service infrastructures and a long list of et ceteras, economic and national activities are all about.

But more and more people are starting to ask a fundamental common-sense question: why should governments indebt themselves in hard currencies, decades into the future with global mega-bankers, when they could just as well finance these projects and needs far more safely by issuing the proper amounts of their own local sovereign currency instead?"
"Here is where all the above “experts” go berserk & ballistic, shouting back: “Issue currency? Are you crazy?? That’s against the “rules & laws” of economics!!! "
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Old 01-16-2015, 05:09 AM
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Bad times in Rome.

Here is a graph of the population of Rome; http://i2.wp.com/armstrongeconomics....size=544%2C506
When times were good, everybody went to Rome. When times turned bad, the Emperor forbade Romans from leaving the city to go do subsistence farming. As the graph shows, they left in great numbers. Gold – The January Pop – On Schedule? | Armstrong Economics
What happens to a modern city if it can't support it's inhabitants?
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Ok so let me put some of my learning to work and you can grade me.

With the lowering gas prices at the pump, citizens will have extra money to spend elsewhere. However, companies have already made adjustments either with product pricing or product size reductions to keep profitable with the high gas prices and associated costs. Now that gas has gone down we most likely will not see product pricing drop to pre $2 per gallon levels, surely not as quickly as gas prices fell, if ever. This will lead to rapid inflation of the USD. To combat this, the GOV will most likely have to raise taxes to keep the extra cash from inflating in the open market.

Those Ba$tards....

Am I missing anything?
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Old 01-17-2015, 04:05 AM
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No wages,,, no spending

Ruphus, so much of the spending and the economy is tied to beliefs about how wealthy you are and how well the economy is doing. There are about 100 million not in the labor force. Unemployment is at 23%. Recent holiday spending was horrible. So, while people may have a bit more left over with the lower gas prices, they are not spending it for non-essential items. In Australia, they are paying off their mortgages. OZ is a resource country,,, China growth has dropped from 7.5% to 3.5%. OZ is falling fast and people are paying down debt instead of splurging.

Since consumption has crashed, manufacturing had to eventually follow it. Philly Fed Crashes From 21 Year Highs To 12 Month Lows, Employment Tumbles | Zero Hedge
We are crashing but, the bankers are trying to rally sentiment, " Consumer sentiment in US surges to 11-year high – Bloomberg"
The reality;
Sony to close all 14 Canadian stores within 2 months – CBC
Target closes all 133 stores in Canada, gets creditor protection – CBC

America has very high prices and high profit margins. Sears, Sony and Target can no longer maintain profitability. Lack of wages has caused lack of demand. Retailers respond by cutting margins,,, until they go broke.
U.S. consumer prices post biggest drop in six years – Yahoo!
Prices are only dropping by cutting profits. America had 5 times the retail space per person that France had. There are now 1 billion sq. ft. of empty retail space. This is the unwinding of a credit boom.

The oil patch is laying off thousands of people every day. How can the PTB maintain sentiment and spending?
I can't find the link at the moment but, sales figures show that any savings from lower gas prices have not moved into other sectors.
Every new person who loses a job is one more person who spends his money very carefully. The U.S. economy can not survive with careful spending.

Sentiment will fall even further when the housing bubble pops again.
Canadian housing market overvalued 63 per cent: Deutsche Bank – CTV News
Pin, meet housing bubble 2.0 – Burning Platform
The dead mortgage cat bounce is over – Zero Hedge
Spending won't rebound until wages rebound,,, and that isn't going to happen.
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Germany

Germany was another country that issued debt-free money and ran afoul of the international bankers.
"When Hitler came to power, the country was completely, hopelessly broke. The Treaty of Versailles had imposed crushing reparations payments on the German people"
"Hitler and the National Socialists, who came to power in 1933, thwarted the international banking cartel by issuing their own money. In this they took their cue from Abraham Lincoln, who funded the American Civil War with government-issued paper money called "Greenbacks." Hitler began his national credit program by devising a plan of public works. Projects earmarked for funding included flood control, repair of public buildings and private residences, and construction of new buildings, roads, bridges, canals, and port facilities. "
"Within two years, the unemployment problem had been solved and the country was back on its feet. It had a solid, stable currency, no debt, and no inflation,"
Web of Debt - Thinking Outside The Box: How A Bankrupt Germany Solved Its Infrastructure Problems

"Germany succeeded in this by exchanging equipment and commodities directly with other countries, using a barter system that cut the bankers out of the picture. Germany flourished, since barter eliminates national debt and trade deficits."
Once again, we see a Rothschild.
"Hjalmar Schacht, a Rothschild agent who was temporarily head of the German central bank, summed it up thus. . . An American banker had commented, "Dr. Schacht, you should come to America. We've lots of money and that's real banking." Schacht replied, "You should come to Berlin. We don't have money. That's real banking."

(Schact, the Rothschild agent, actually supported the private international bankers against Germany, and was rewarded by having all charges against him dropped at the Nuremberg trials.) "
In a repeat of history, Putin and Russia have a central banker who is a Rothschild agent.
Full text of "How Hitler Defied the International Bankers"
And WHAT did Hitler get for all his troubles to revive Germany;
http://wissenschaft3000.files.wordpr...2/04/judea.png
"Canadian researcher Dr. Henry Makow (who is Jewish himself) says the main reason why the bankers arranged for a world war against Germany was that Hitler sidestepped the bankers by creating his own money, thereby freeing the German people. Worse, this freedom and prosperity threatened to spread to other nations. Hitler had to be stopped! "
Another chapter in a long story, Eugène Montsalvat reviews Kerry Bolton's The Banking Swindle | Counter-Currents Publishing
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Old 01-30-2015, 04:11 AM
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Weakness of central banks

The German finance minister says that there will be NO REDUCTION in the debt owed by Greece. Tsipras has this to say; Alexis Tsipras' Open Letter To Germany: What You Were Never Told About Greece | Zero Hedge
Here is another view; https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Zvl9N9GdraQ
Ever since the '30s the FED has been concerned that no debt is ever extinguished under a pure fiat system. This seems to be reaching a worldwide climax.
"Thus it’s critical to understand that there is no extinguisher of debt in the regime of irredeemable paper currency. You may get yourself out of the debt loop by paying in currency, but that merely shifts the debt. The debt does not go out of existence, because paying a debt with an IOU cannot extinguish it. Unlike you, the central bank cannot get itself out of debt."
http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2015-0...-will-collapse

Egon Von Greyerz says that this is going to catch up to us very soon, Man Who Predicted Collapse Of Euro Against Swiss Franc Issues Third Terrifying Warning To The World | King World News

Eric Sprott also has warnings that are very interesting. You think of a currency as having a relatively stable and fixed value.
Eric Sprott: “I find it very ironic that the most volatile asset class these days is currencies. This seems very strange with global stock markets just treading water here. Yet we have currencies that are flailing all over the place, including the euro, yen, ruble, and the Canadian dollar. It strikes me that we are living in a very bizarre financial world as the currency wars continue to rage with various governments and central banks. "

Billionaire Eric Sprott – Entities Wiped Out Overnight As Western Central Banks Near Total Surrender | King World News

FOFOA wrote that the FOREX market will just go away.
The Chinese are having major adjustment problems; http://www.bloombergview.com/article...s-debt-bubbles
Maybe they're all wrong.
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Government mouthpieces

Bloomberg, Financial times and Reuters give all the latest and bestest news.
Jobless Claims in U.S. Plunge to 15-Year Low
(Bloomberg) -- Data on jobless claims Thursday confirmed what U.S. consumers have been saying for the past three months: a strengthening job market is making Americans more confident.
Jobless Claims in U.S. Plunge to 15-Year Low - Bloomberg Business
Rah, Rah, rah,,, lets hear it for confidence !!!!

#1 The Obama administration tells us that 8.69 million Americans are “officially unemployed” and that 92.90 million Americans are considered to be “not in the labor force”. That means that more than 101 million U.S. adults do not have a job right now.
The Death Of The American Dream In 22 Numbers
Just how confident are those 101 million?
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Greece tells the IMF to shove it.

The Germans loaned tons of money to the Greeks even though Greece has spent 50% of it's modern history in default. Nobody forced the Germans to loan to Greece. Only an idiot or a corrupt banker loans money to a deadbeat. The plan was for Greece to go broke and sell off it's lucrative industries ( and beaches) for pennies. The Banks took the risk. The banks should just lose their investment. The IMF specializes in raping various countries in default.

The IMF acts as the enforcer for the private banks. The new leader of Greece said that he won't even talk to the IMF.
"Greece's new left-wing finance minister says his government will not negotiate over the Greek bailout conditions with the "troika" team from the EU and IMF. "
The Germans;
In Berlin, German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schaeuble said the Greeks should abide by their commitments, adding: "There's no arguing with us about this and, what's more, we are difficult to blackmail."
Greece doesn't need to blackmail anybody,,, they can just tell them to shove it.
BBC News - Greece's Varoufakis: 'No debt talks with EU-IMF troika'

"As to Brussels, the European Commission president Jean-Claude Juncker has said that “there’s no question of writing down Greek debt”. The stand-off will escalate, and escalate further. Neither side will blink, which means that a Grexit and default is now almost inevitable. "
The game is up. It?s time for Greece to leave the eurozone and move on - Telegraph

"But the myths that underpin what is barely veiled collective punishment would be destroyed. As a Bloomberg editorial put it: “Every irresponsible borrower is enabled by an irresponsible lender.” Germany ploughed money into countries such as Greece and Spain – that’s the “magic” of deregulated markets – and in doing so “lent more than they could afford”. German banks and their political champions should have known this would end in disaster."
We must stop Angela Merkel’s bullying – or let the forces of austerity win | Owen Jones | Comment is free | The Guardian

It really doesn't matter what the troika comes up with. The money is flowing out of Greece and they can't stop that.
Greece's Predicament in One Scary Chart - Bloomberg View
Now, Russia is talking about supporting Greece. Greece has both oil and gold. Also, Greece is blocking further sanctions on Russia from Brussels. Angela is foaming at the mouth.

Federalism is just NOT a good idea;
"Another continent-wide war may not be in the offing, but Europe does face the potential for regime collapse: that is, the end of the Eurozone and the unraveling of regional integration. Its possible dystopian future can be glimpsed in what has happened in its eastern borderlands. There, federal structures binding together culturally diverse people have had a lousy track record over the last quarter-century. After all, the Soviet Union imploded in 1991; Czechoslovakia divorced in 1993; and Yugoslavia was torn asunder in a series of wars later in the 1990s.

If its economic, political and social structures succumb to fractiousness, the European Union could well follow the Soviet Union and Yugoslavia into the waste bin of failed federalisms. Europe as a continent will remain, its nation-states will continue to enjoy varying degrees of prosperity, but Europe as an idea will be over."
The European Union May Be on the Verge of Collapse - Russia Insider

Update; "The Greeks are not even trying to reassure the markets," seeming to have entirely forgotten (and who can blame him in this new normal the world has been force-fed for 6 years) that political leaders are elected for the good of the people (by the people) not for the markets."
",,,the most uncomfortable moment ever caught on tape - the moment when Eurogroup chief Jeroen Dijsselbloem (he of the "template" foot in mouth disease) stood up at the end of the EU-Greece press conference, awkwardly shook hands with Greece's new finance minister, and whispered..."you have just killed the Troika," to which Varoufakis responded... "wow!"
http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2015-0...-killed-troika
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The Great Quickening

Socrates is the name of the completely awesome program run by Martin Armstrong. Socrates proclaimed in 1985, that the world would see a collapse of sovereign bonds in 2015.75. I fail to see how a country can have a collapse of it's bond market and still have a functioning fiat currency.
Jim Willie has pointed out something that we are all aware of if we look. Events are speeding up. The crises come faster and faster,,, closer and closer together.
"The forecast about fast acceleration of events into the January month has occurred on schedule. Normally a very big event occurs every several weeks, or every few months. In just the last three weeks ten have taken place of significance. The pace has quickened in an alarming fashion. The Great Quickening has commenced."

"Events are flowing extremely rapidly, even at a dizzying pace. It is not remotely possibly to anticipate the next critical event, but one can surely expect something every two to three days recently, something of urgent important with extreme consequence."
The USDollar will not survive the year. It might not vanish this year, but will surely show its eventual destination in the dustbin of history.

You can bet that banks and GOV will NOT institute the changes that were / are necessary to preserve the productive economy. These changes will come from commercial powers.
"The USFed with its corrosive QE has hastened the major nations of the world to rush toward implementation of the Gold Standard. They must install it from the trade ramps, not the financial ramps. They are in race with time, since their economies are faltering."

Mahatma Gandhi was a sage. He has a famous quote best presented in summary form. "Seven Deadly Sins: Wealth without work, Pleasure without conscience, Science without humanity, Knowledge without character, Politics without principle, Commerce without morality, Worship without sacrifice." Without any hesitation, equivocation, or doubt, all these important sins are growing trends and priorities in modern United States."
Acceleration of Events with Rising Chaos
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Everybody knows the story of how America got a central bank in 1913. Canada had a similar story where everything was working well and everybody prospered. Then, GOV started selling interest-burdened bonds instead of continuing to print money as needed. This set off the accumulation of a giant mountain of debt. 2 people recently sued the GOV demanding that Canadian GOV return to it's original mandate of interest-free money creation. The court upheld their lawsuit and GOV lost. GOV may / must appeal to the supreme court to block the lower court decision.
It seems suspicious or desperate that the lower court didn't block the decision out of hand.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=40Jz0LPQAQY
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exiting bankers

There is some good news; Banker deaths.
"There has been increased chatter amongst theorists since the beginning of 2013 as the number of suicides and suspicious deaths jumped – no pun intended – from 36 to double that figure in the last month. Like lemmings running over a cliff it is impossible to keep an accurate count because the trickle of deaths over the last few years has become a tsunami this year. A typical example is Citigroup managing director Shawn Miller,42, who was found dead with his throat slit in his bathtub."
Speculation rife over financial industry's rising death rate
There isn't a lot of sympathy for them;
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yge311sFhC8

I guess that I should mention, the dead bankers were probably scheduled to testify and it would have been very embarrassing for the higher-ups.
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Odious debt

"Under the law in many countries, individuals do not have to repay if others fraudulently borrow in their name, and corporations are not liable for contracts that their chief executive officers or other agents enter into without the authority to bind the corporations. The legal doctrine of odious debt makes an analogous argument that sovereign debt incurred without the consent of the people and not benefiting the people is odious and should not be transferable to a successor government, especially if creditors are aware of these facts in advance. "

We all know that Goldman Sachs got as many people as possible in charge of various States to run up the debt as much as possible. The plan was to bankrupt the country and steal as much tangible stuff as possible to pay off the debt. Greece was in the process of selling off their 2 most valuable ports.

"When discussing Greece’s whopping $310 billion debt, the country's new Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras likes to recall a time when Europe's great debt offender was not Greece, but Germany, today's paragon of fiscal responsibility. The leader of the radical-left Syriza party refers in particular to an international conference held in London in 1953, during which West Germany secured a write-off of more than 50% of debt"
Business' '-' 'The' 'debt' 'write-off' 'behind' 'Germany'''s' ''&#39 ;'economic' 'miracle'''' '-' 'France' '24

This concept has been used quite a few times;
http://www.jubileeusa.org/fileadmin/...ousilldebt.pdf

America was a big fan of debt cancellation at times; https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y71We0_S-d0

Every time that Greece was unable to pay a loan, it was given a new loan with an even higher interest burden. Currently, only about 10% of the money due is for principle. The rest is accumulated interest.
"`Germany is activating "Plan B", telling banks and insurance companies to prepare for 50pc haircuts on Greek debt"
ML-Implode News - Germany and Greece flirt with mutual assured destruction
That haircut looks like it will be all the way down to the jugular.
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Old 02-05-2015, 03:37 PM
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Just read in the newspaper that there is 'new evidence' Saudis Arabia is tied to 9/11. How convenient.
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saudi hijackers

Ruphus, all the highjackers were Saudi,,, didn't you know?
The Wahhabis in Saudi hate the Sunnis in Iran more than they hate the Israelis. They danced with the devil and sided with israel.
"‘Saudi princes planned to down Air Force One with missile’: 9/11 terrorist gives damning testimony" So says Al CIA duh. Dance with the devil and you can expect to get blackmailed.
The crash of fracking has already burned a $ 400 billion hole in American finances;
Cheap Oil Burns $390 Billion Hole in Investors' Pockets - Bloomberg Business
Blame the Saudis. If Al CIA duh has turned on Saudi, that is a very big rift. Saudi is getting real cozy with China,,, that certainly deserves retaliation.
The CIA has long had their sights set on saudi;
WW3 - CIA Plants Seeds To Invade Saudi Arabia | War and Conflict
Dance with the devil.
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stocks,, again

Looks like the stock market is getting ready for "reversion to the mean"
The Great PE Multiple Expansion Of 2011-2014: Why The Market Must Eventually Crater | David Stockman's Contra Corner
The Health Of This Market Is Fading Fast | Zero Hedge
Sell your stocks and buy some popcorn and beer.
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The prisoner's dilemma and consumption

I have consistently claimed that there is no cure for efficiency. Also, there is NO substitute for consumption. All the productivity in the world just stacks up in warehouses without consumption. Robots don't buy cars or consumer goods. As robots replace workers, productivity goes up but, consumption power goes down. Japan has a demographic crash. Here is a graph of Japanese population vs CPI http://1.bp.blogspot.com/-J8Tw6NXu-1...er%2B2014A.png
As your population goes down, consumption goes down. Printing money to change this is futile.

China has a one-child policy and their demographics are slipping.
"There will undoubtedly be a long series of cuts before China sweats out its hangover from a $26 trillion credit boom. Debt has risen from 100% to 250% of GDP in eight years. By comparison, Japan’s credit growth in the cycle preceding its Lost Decade was 50% of GDP. "

"David Woo, from Bank of America, says Beijing may be forced to join the currency wars to defend itself, even though this variant of the “Prisoner’s Dilemma” leaves everybody worse off."
That's it, right there. A currency war brings on the "prisoner's dilemma".

"A yuan devaluation would dump this on everybody else. Such a shock would be extremely hard to combat. Interest rates are already zero across the developed world. Five-year bond yields are negative in six European countries. The 10-year Bund has dropped to 0.31. These are no longer just 14th century lows. They are unprecedented."
"China faces a Morton’s Fork. Li Keqiang has been trying for two years to tame the state’s industrial behemoths, and trying to wean the economy off credit. Yet virtuous intent has run into cold reality. It cannot be done. China passed the point of no return five years ago."

What this all means is that China will eventually have crashing deflation. This will move into other economies and bring them down.
Debt In The Time Of Wall Street - The Automatic Earth

Automation reduced the number of jobs available. Investment flowed to the low wage job markets. As jobs flowed out of a country, it devalued it's currency to retain jobs. This set off a currency war. The main weapon of war is the printing press. The currency devaluation brought jobs but, resulted in lower effective wages. The capital inflows resulted in more productivity but LESS consumptive power. The resultant credit bubble can only be sustained by profits from consumption,,, that is now shrinking.
The currency wars diminish consumption as they drive the world towards a LOW global-mean-wage. The prisoner's dilemma ensures that this continues because consumption is tied to employment.
From one point of view, socialism is the answer but, socialism drives out investment. Employment is on it's way out. How do we keep consumption going?
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Old 02-07-2015, 06:04 AM
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Henry George and land value tax

Current economics is focused on capital. There are other possibilities.
Henry George came up with an idea of how to alleviate lack of consumption and several other ills. A tax on the unimproved value of land would be used to generate revenues for GOV. I have a few links that are well worth reading.
Land value tax - the best of all possible taxes - MoneyWeek
It takes a bit of reading but, his ideas result in much better general prosperity.
A Primer on Henry George's "Single Tax" | Dollars & Sense
His ideas have been put into practice and they work very well.
Henry George's Remedy: Examples

They were especially successful in Denmark;
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J5_I6noG0ps
Notes; In 1879 Henry George published Progress and Poverty. The book was an international sensation, at the time outsold only by the Bible. It remains economics’ No. 1 best seller.
The book, you see, explained poverty. It answered why progress does not and cannot eradicate poverty. Disconcertingly for many, it also provided the solution – the Single Tax on land value aka Land Value Taxation (LVT).

“The “single tax” is so simple, so fundamental, and so easy to carry into effect that I have no doubt that it will be about the last land reform the world will ever get. People in this world are not often logical.” – Clarence Darrow

George, as Mason Gaffney writes
“had a way of taking two problems and composing them into one solution. He took two polar philosophies, collectivism and individualism, and synthesized a plan to combine the better features, and discard the worse features, of each.”

“Thus, George would cut the Gordian knot of modern dilemma-bound economics by raising demand, raising supply, raising incentives, improving equity, freeing up the market, supporting government, fostering capital formation, and paying public debts, all in one simple stroke. It’s quite a stroke, enough to leave one breathless.“

“George’s proposal lets us lower taxes on labour without raising taxes on capital. Indeed, it lets us lower taxes on both labour and capital at once, and without lowering public revenues.“
There is a difference between LVT and property tax – LVT explicitly exempts buildings.
“What has destroyed every previous civilization has been the tendency to the unequal distribution of wealth and power. This same tendency, operating with increasing force, is observable in our civilization to-day, showing itself in every progressive community, and with greater intensity the more progressive the community. Wages and interest tend constantly to fall, rent to rise, the rich to become very much richer, the poor to become more helpless and hopeless, and the middle class to be swept away.

I have traced this tendency to its cause. I have shown by what simple means this cause may be removed. I now wish to point out how, if this is not done, progress must turn to decadence, and modern civilization decline to barbarism, as have all previous civilizations.”
LVT would be an annual charge on the unimproved value of the land you own. Those without income could defer payment.
LVT is meant to replace income tax, sales tax, all other taxes in fact.
If you don’t own land – you don’t pay tax.

The threat from the ideas of Henry George was so great that the PTB and economists went to great lengths to eradicate his ideas from texts, literature and history.
The Corruption of Economics (excerpt)

One of the great necessities and prerequisites for our enslavement is a tax on labor. For most of man's history, a tax on his labor was considered forbidden.
George's ideas are very dangerous to those who would keep the balance in their favor.
It MUST be remembered that socialism is a road to ruin.
It MUST be remembered that LVT is far different from socialism.
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hot times in Greece

Greece is doing their best to alleviate boredom in the financial sector.
They have 40 point plan that is a WHOPPER;
Syriza's 40 point plan for Greece
The Eurogroup has a counter offer; "Eurogroup Gives Greece 10 Day Ultimatum: Apply For Bailout Or Grexit"
http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2015-0...-day-ultimatum
Only 8% of the Greek debt is for principle. The rest is piled-on interest. The Greeks are much poorer under the eurozone and they ALL know it. The troika wants to break their resistance. I suspect that they will only stiffen it. I suspect that Syriza will let it all crash down.
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Surely the Saudis have been stock piling US treasury notes for decades and can pump oil for free for some time and live off the notes. Ruining the other oil producers in the process and the US dollar.

What do you think is the play with the US and the Saudis?

Someone posted that Germany is in talks with Putin to give him Ukraine if he doesn't help Greece and other countries that may follow. Do you think that is possible?
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Uniting the world against the Neo-cons one war at a time.

The Saudis were recycling their profits into U.S. treasuries but, that is winding down hundreds of $ billions at a time.
http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2015-0...inally-noticed
The oil industry had contributed about $600 billion a year to the money markets. This has gone into reverse and there is now a net drain. The House of Saud has a LOT of expenses with 2500? princes and the need to support all those who are not part of the royal family. The Saudis have a lot of U.S. treasuries but, that doesn't mean that America will let them cash them in.
Japan had about $ 850 billion in U.S. debt instruments. Evidently, we won't let them cash out. Jim Willie claims that Wall St. raided the $ 2.3 trillion Postal Pension savings in Japan also.
The Saudis are trying to avoid getting attacked by the CIA and / or U.S. military.
There are some good links at the bottom of this page; First half of 2015 – Oil, the Middle East, Charlie Hebdo… Last resilience tests of the Western “model”: commit suicide or adapt | GEAB

Ruphus; "Someone posted that Germany is in talks with Putin to give him Ukraine if he doesn't help Greece and other countries that may follow. Do you think that is possible? "
Putin is not stupid. The West will do anything to pry loose Syria so that it can run gas pipes through and block Russian gas.
Some of the Russian billionaires have repatriated their money to Russia because they see that this as the last stand to block the insane neo-cons. The rest of the world is acutely aware of the D.C. plan to rule the world no matter how much destruction it entails. This is an economic fight to the death for world domination.
D.C. demonizes countries like Iran that hasn't started a war with anyone for 200 years. What do the Anglo-Saxons have for a record?
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p0fmRw_VSvA
The R.O.W is VERY clear that they must choose between endless war for America and profit for warmongers OR, a fair chance for peace by looking Eastward.
Putin has time on his side. Greece will blow the ECB all to hell.
Greece Exposes The Global Economy's Achilles Heel | Peak Prosperity
You have to remember that Ukraine is TOTALLY bankrupt. The EU is going to have to underwrite them for years to come. Add that on top of underwriting Greece. The troika has NO time left. http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2015-0...eeks-cash-left
"Greek finance minister: The euro will collapse if Greece exits"

Read more: http://www.businessinsider.com/greek...#ixzz3RBzozjSo
Would you want to play a game of "chicken" with this guy?
http://data1.ibtimes.co.in/en/full/5...varoufakis.jpg

Putin doesn't need to do anything but wait. That dirty little communist, Merkel hasn't got any bullets in her gun. China with $ 4 trillion of reserves is backing Russia. America with $ 18 trillion in debt is backing Ukraine.
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This is really fascinating stuff, again thank you for your time on it. In the US we don't get these teachings so no one pays attention to it at. You might get a blurp on TV about a war here or a crisis there, but one doesn't connect it to life here, until you really start following how world economics works and why conflicts are happening. Why is Greece so important? We hear about "propaganda" in communist countries but it makes me wonder why I have to search random back pages of the internet to find this stuff and read comments from smart people like yourself. Why isn't this reported on the news? I'm really seeing why! Not much can really be done it seems. At least having some knowledge of whats going on makes it interesting to watch it fall apart.
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Fall apart,,, You've got to be kidding. I think you mean BLOW APART
Harvey Organ: $4 T in Greek Derivatives to Detonate in 10 Days- ENTIRE FINANCIAL WORLD WILL FALL LIKE DOMINOES!
Harvey Organ: $4 T in Greek Derivatives to Detonate in 10 Days- ENTIRE FINANCIAL WORLD WILL FALL LIKE DOMINOES! | SilverDoctors.com
This calls for another beer,
Don't get me wrong. This whole scenario is just one part of a bigger population reduction program. A billion people are going to die in the next 6 years. I'm not trying to make light of their suffering and deaths.
I / We can't stop the momentum. I’m only trying to pass on info to make it easier for people to make their OWN decision.

Since our money is based on confidence, NOT wealth, the PTB try to maintain confidence. Unemployment is reported at 5.6 %. If you look at the SAME page, U6 unemployment is reported at 11%. Actual unemployment is 23%.
A typical investor is always trying to roll his money over and get richer. A prudent investor sets some of it aside. That is where gold comes in.

International trade is breaking down. The IMF convinced many countries to grow crops for export rather than domestic consumption. Now, they can't feed their own in the event of a collapse in international trade. It doesn't help that their soil is soaked with Roundup. What happens to agriculture when roundup-ready seeds are no longer available? America has 20,000 square miles of land soaked with roundup. They are trying to get approval for agent orange because roundup is failing.

When Greece defaulted a few years ago, the Swaps and Derivatives Association was convinced to declare that a 50% haircut was NOT a default. Everybody INSISTED that this was a one-time event. There is supposed to be about a quadrillion dollars in total of derivatives.
Armstrong said that the major riots will start in October. That is too late to start planting in the northern hemisphere.

There is some good news. Because of the internet, policy makers can get a very good idea of where we are going without having their info filtered by feces-for-brains bankers. The bankers / warmongers were hoping that the World would sleep-walk into WW III. It doesn't look like this is going to happen. EVERYBODY is aware of what the neo-cons are trying to accomplish by lighting up the Ukraine. I suspect that the internet makes a false-flag event to start war very unlikely. Cross your fingers.

Edit; I have to add the latest from Paul Craig Roberts.
" This is not just an issue of Greece falling out of the euro. It’s not just an issue of that $300 billion that Greece owes the rest of these European banks. This is an issue of who wins the first real battle for economic hegemony in the world. Greece is that that battleground right now.

In a way the outcome in Greece is far more important than what happened in Crimea. It’s far more important that almost anything we’ve seen up to this point. " 7 Terrifying Warnings That The Greek Disaster Is Now Set To Catapult The World Into A Global Meltdown | King World News
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