View Full Version : This Is Not A Financial Crisis
10-16-2008, 03:03 PM
This is not a financial crisis. This is a financial consolidation - a high level financial war that will result in the Federal Reserve and the international bankers of the global elite having more power and more assets after it is all over.
The international bankers have caused crashes like this before, but this time we are giving them hundreds of billions of dollars as a bonus:
Shattered Paradigm: Financial Crisis? No - This Is A Financial Consolidation By The Global Elite (http://shatteredparadigm.blogspot.com/2008/10/financial-crisis-no-this-is-financial.html)
11-07-2008, 03:26 AM
Excuse me, but WE ARE not giving them anything.
They taketh and giveth away.
Stop blaming the people.
Besides the point.
They can print money out of thin air and give themselves whatever cash they desire.
That's why they control the wealth of the world.
BTW, they don't need any more wealth or power.
They have it all already.
It is a FINANCIAL crisis for the average American citizen who was afforded a loan based on an inflated real estate market which they CONTROL.
THEY PRINT MONEY OUT OF THIN AIR WITHOUT OVERSIGHT.
DON'T YOU GET IT?
Actually, you are not quite correct on this. I just wrote a whole big post, but it somehow got deleted.
In short, the Federal Reserve cannot print money out of thin air. This is what would cause a hyperinflation (Germany, 1920's)
They are pumping billions into the economy. This can be 'wiped out' in a heartbeat on the stock exchange. So there is no accountabiity for this 'money'.
They can still afford to spend millions per day fighting other peoples wars.
There is a crisis at ground level. Hit people where they hurt and what do you get? Sore people.
Sort the problem out and what do you get? Loyal followers.
Watch what happens, and tell me when I am wrong that the British Prime Minister and the new President elect will get reelected following a miraculous turnaround in the world economy.
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