I explained it to you in detail, you have become accustomed to some abuses, and to abolish the causes of those abuses weigh down on you, so you would like to feel in the right despite detailed evidence showing you the error, and chose to ask me to abolish the just and rational law prescribed by the one who calculates the orbits and sets the laws of motion, gravity and interaction. It is a basic psychological mechanism, don't worry, do some research, read up on the fdr banking crisis emergency act, the gold confiscation act. wonder where six percent interest on gold or resources would be syphoned from on a long term community or global level rather than short term individual, since it becomes 202% including 100% capital in just 17 years, and many communities pay for 25 years on long term mortgages, that's giving a whopping double the amount of house plus more to the usurers who invest fake promissory notes with every transaction. The global community would be totally enslaved and living in rented property within a few generations and that's not a viable evolutionary advancement.
Maybe question why neither your parents, nor your teachers explained to you what the promise on the banknote meant and why most people find it hard to believe that £1 sterling is actually 240 sterling silver pennies weighing a pound, what reasons they gave for requesting the people to deposit it, what interest the government gave on it (it was called a risk free government bond backed by the king himself and not a pound at one recent point in time) and why they still promise to repay it.
Much will become clear as to the teetering international financial system.
They are having trouble tapping into Muslim markets and syphoning the resources in such a way and many exerted efforts are at play under various guises as we speak.
The banks keep crashing because the nature of their model is set up as unsustainable, when they ran out of paper to lend, and gold to back the printing of more paper, they just got roosevelt to confiscate the peopl's gold by force and then lent paper to the people backed by the confiscated gold of the people, now it's not backed by anything and inflation can only rise to apocalyptic proportions so they excercise more and more control and manipulation on the market as a slowing mechanism until it again inevitably collapses, so they lend the banks money from the people which the people don't have in the first place, (bailouts) then let the banks lend it to the oeople on interest. It looks as if this is going to be the game changing crash because they put the market on steroids this time around, trillions and trillions of inflation is seeping into the prices of actual goods, and they're trying to create diversions, wars and practice resource looting from economues less affected.
Meet their illegitimate child, the war on "terror". It's all part of a closed loop on a huge, interactive stage and we're watching stars in their eyes, kim kardashian, and beyonce's legs at the superbowl.
Bread and circuses was the roman method now theres no bread and you're the circuses as you run around the chairs.
There are two inevitable possibilities as outcomes of this situation, repentance and establishment of Islam for a stable long term model, or total control as in an ultra ultra ultra communist society of workers and masters, where you get biometrically rfid chipped and currency is made digital, and every exchange and movement is monitored and regulated by computers so as to, sustain some semblance of equilibrium and restrict bulging and narrowing, it's been mentioned as a bad branch at a crossroads in revelation 12 or 13. Amazing that the
One who created you saw exactly how things would develop. We stand at the foot of a mountain and edge of a preciprice and sh*t about to go down. It's happening and we're actually living in it.
The NBER's Business Cycle Dating Committee has determined that a peak in business activity occurred in the U.S. economy in March 2001.
A peak marks the end of an expansion and the beginning of a recession. The determination of a peak date in March is thus a determination that the expansion that began in March 1991 ended in March 2001 and a recession began.
The expansion lasted almost 10 years, the longest in the NBER's chronology.
According to the*National Bureau of Economic Research(NBER), which is the private, nonprofit, nonpartisan organization charged with determining economic recessions, the U.S. economy was in recession from March 2001 to November 2001,
a period of eight months at the beginning of President George W. Bush's term of office. However, economic conditions did not satisfy the common shorthand definition of recession, which is "a fall of a country's real gross domestic product in two or more successive quarters," and has led to some confusion about the procedure for determining the starting and ending dates of a recession.
The Sword and The Dollar
Imperialism, Revolution and the Arms Race
By Michael Parenti
To many, the foreign policy directives of the United States seem bewildering and sometimes inharmonious with its domestic political values. Why does the U.S. seem to support foreign dictators? Why has it invested so many of its resources in stockpiling nuclear arms? Why doesn't the U.S. act as a force for peace throughout the world? In this probing, provocative analysis, Michael Parenti reveals the hidden agenda of American foreign policy decsisions. No matter which party is in power, the U.S. acts to protect the interests of large American-based corporations, in order to maintain valuable overseas markets and cheap foreign labor.In lucid detail, Michael Parenti examines just how these very private interests determine America’s public policy goals, from the impoverishment of developing nations to the building of an intimidating nuclear arsenal. What he discovers will surely be controversial and suggests that the greatest threats to democracy—both here and abroad—may emanate from within the United States itself.
“For a lot of these countries that are currently investing pretty substantially in defense capabilities, the lower price of oil is definitely an issue,” said Andrew Hunter, a senior fellow in*the International Security Program and director of the*Defense-Industrial Initiatives Group at the*Center For Strategic and International Studies (CSIS), a Washington, D.C.-based think tank.
......One deal that probably best underscores*Saudi Arabia’s rise and current fall in military spending power in the region is when Riyadh dropped a cool*$30 billion*in late 2011*on advanced jets and helicopters.
However, more than five years later Saudi Arabia finds itself squabbling this week with the Pentagon over a*$4 billion*deal for seven Lockheed Martin-made warships. Riyadh prefers a price closer to $3 billion......
.....Because most weapons sold in the Middle East come from the U.S., a reduction in spending is almost certainly going to hurt American defense manufacturers.
While the stock prices of the top U.S. defense companies are holding firm, that might change in the immediate future as orders from the Middle East start to dry up, according to Dakota Wood, a U.S. defense expert with the Washington, D.C.-based Heritage Foundation.“It really could have an impact because these petro-economies derive their primary source of income from oil and use that money to buy U.S. weapons,” said Wood. “I think we’ll see some*changes fairly quickly, within six months to a year, because all of these countries are selling oil far below the break-even point*and that won’t be sustainable for much longer.”
War-Waging in the Middle East Leading to New Arms Race; Sending Billions of Dollars Our Way!
Mike Larson*|*Monday, April 20, 2015 at 4:20 pm
But one unmistakable side effect of these conflicts is financial — billions of dollars are headed our country’s way.
How so? As the*New York Times*noted over the weekend,
“Sale of U.S. Arms Fuels the Wars of Arab States.”
The story goes on to say
…“As the Middle East descends into proxy wars, sectarian conflicts and battles against terrorist networks, countries in the region that have stockpiled American military hardware are now actually using it and wanting more.
The result is a boom for American defense contractors looking for foreign business in an era of shrinking Pentagon budgets — but also the prospect of a dangerous new arms race in a region where the map of alliances has been sharply redrawn.”We’re not talking about chump change, either. According to the*Stockholm International Peace Research Institute, U.S. military spending dropped 6.5 percent in 2014. That leaves spending off by a fifth since 2010, in large part because of deficit-related defense budget cuts.
Again, regardless of your personal politics or your thoughts about the distastefulness of the arms industry, the reality is that the defense industry*here*is doing big business over*there.
That isn’t going to change unless widespread peace breaks out, and sadly, that doesn’t look like it’s going to happen any time soon.......
China took another step to stimulate its economy over the weekend, with the central bank slashing its reserve requirement by a full percentage point
to 18.5 percent.
That was the deepest cut since 2008, and it’s designed to free up more lendable cash in China’s banking system. China is also considering*financing assistancedesigned to help local governments deal with excessive debt loads.
But ultimately, those huge arms races just about temporaily hold the economy from collapsing whilst booming inflation long term, leaving them with huge military industries to sustain and reasons to blow things up, and wars to get involved in when others stolp byuing, and hence even more debt.
NEW YORK The U.S. war in Iraq has cost*$1.7 trillion*with an additional*$490 billion*in benefits owed to war veterans, expenses that could grow to more than*$6 trillion*over the next four decades counting interest, a study released on Thursday said.Mar 14, 2013
Iraq war costs U.S. more than $2 trillion:
study | Reuters
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And with the following, they reassure the masses that everything is ok and not to panic, while big players slowly pull out and invest in [/QUOTE]
However, the bombed-out banks came off their lows by the end of last week, and analysts point out that all hold more capital – the key measure of their financial health – than they did before the start of 2008.
The results of stress tests on the major players announced in December by the Bank of England showed that they were all strong enough to withstand a downturn, and Threadneedle Street*said it was not concerned about the strength of the system.
Analysts have calculated that Europe’s banks are holding €700m worth of capital more than they were at the time of the last crisis
and have disposed of their riskiest assets. So financial strength shouldn’t be a problem, and no one is expecting to hear the likes of Barclays, HSBC or Lloyds report losses.
€700m considering the injected inflation since the last crash, you do the math and wonder if it's less or more and where this is heading.
There is a very enlightening and engaging insider movie regarding the situation and the timely shortng called "the big short" (2015), warning to those not already desensitized and able to look away, it has some isolated scenes of explicit lewdness, you can dl it by searching for the movie name+3gp for a lowq version.