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stompk
05-20-2010, 06:46 AM
The stock market has been teetering on the precipice. The only thing
that is keeping the market from tanking, is the manipulation being done by
the US government, through it's TARP program.

This morning, premarket is showing -140 in the DOW. That is not good.


Roughly four weeks ago, the Dow (INDU) was at an 18-month high, Wall Street's fear gauge, the VIX (VIX), was at a three-year low and the yield on the 10-year Treasury note was flirting with 4% as investors poured money into stocks.

One month later and investors have done a complete 180. A $1 trillion European aid package failed to assuage worries about Greece and other struggling European nations. Those fears sent the euro spiraling to a four-year low and set off all kinds of alarms for market participants.

Fear is back as investors flee stocks - May. 20, 2010 (http://money.cnn.com/2010/05/20/markets/fear_markets/index.htm)

Anyone who has studied the activities of the stock market leading up to the Great Depression, will recognize that many of the same signs are happening now.

With the economy on the edge of the cliff, maybe the PTB put the Gulf Spill into play on purpose to push us over the edge. That would basically open up the US to be taken over by England, as they hold the largest amount of our debt.

superted
05-20-2010, 07:03 AM
England take over the US? Pah!

stompk
05-20-2010, 07:42 AM
England take over the US? Pah!

Since you don't believe in posting anything relevant, I will post it for you. What are you, COINTEL?

Here's a list of the top 15 US debt holders.
News Headlines (http://www.cnbc.com/id/29880401/The_Biggest_Holders_of_US_Government_Debt?slide=16 )

Number 1, of course, is the Federal Reserve. Who owns the Federal Reserve?

http://i48.tinypic.com/sz7tld.jpg

#8 is Britain

Britain currently holds $277.5 billion in US debt, but the country's investment has fluctuated dramatically throughout the past 2 years, currently at its all-time high the UK's holdings were as low as $55 billion in June 2008.


#10 is the Queens Cayman Islands.

The US Treasury identifies this group as institutions in the Bahamas, Bermuda, the Cayman Islands, Netherlands Antilles, Panama and the British Virgin Islands. Holdings are currently listed at $179.8 billion, up from $106.6 billion in June 2008, but off the group's high of $213.6 billion in March 2009.


#13 is Hong Kong

Breaking into the top 15 biggest holders of US debt is Hong Kong, whose holdings have surged nearly 50% in the last 6 months, from a level of $99.8 billion in June 2009 to $146.2 billion currently.


Hong Kongs banking system is controlled by London Interbank, even though China has Political and Military control.

#4 is China

Breaking into the top 15 biggest holders of US debt is Hong Kong, whose holdings have surged nearly 50% in the last 6 months, from a level of $99.8 billion in June 2009 to $146.2 billion currently.

China has debt too, and guess who owns the majority of China's debt. Do your own research if you can't figure it out.

#2

A major US trade partner, Japan holds a huge amount of American debt, and has recently surpassed Mainland China as the biggest sovereign holder with a stunning $768.8 billion. The last time Japan held more than China was in August 2008, and has been gradually increasing its holdings over the past two years.

Again, London owns the majority of Japans debt too.

So, in other words, London owns America, by default. Their just waiting for one missed payment.

superted
05-20-2010, 08:33 AM
Yep london owns america, your totally right! There's me thinking the the country that has a higher gross domestic product than the entire Eurozone is owned by the country that is number 6 on the same list.