Saturday, July 18, 2009

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@TerryGahm if u want learn about bilderberg google bilderberg estulin. Bilderberg is the Oz behind the curtain. Goldman Sachs is their golden goose.
3:19 AM Jul 8th from TwitterFon in reply to TerryGahm

The most important thing we could do to change the course of human freedoms. #bilderberg #federal reserve
2:45 AM Jul 8th from TwitterFon

Must Read! "The Great Bubble Machine". Goldman Sachs manipulates every major market. #finance #politics #bilderberg
10:36 PM Jul 7th from TwitterFon

@KHerriage be careful of inverse etfs as they have built in degradation. Check the 2 yr charts. Good for swing or day but not buy hold.
2:23 AM Jul 7th from TwitterFon in reply to KHerriage

@KHerriage agree about stock market but not so much about gold. I think golds in a fear bubble. Why not just short market instead?
2:20 AM Jul 7th from TwitterFon in reply to KHerriage

I don't agree so much about dollar debasement. But good article. The Freedom to Fail:
8:56 PM Jul 5th from TwitterFon

Watching the Mark Levin interview on Hannity. If you haven't read "Liberty and Tyranny" yet, you should.
6:39 PM Jul 1st from TwitterFon

Mark Levin -"The President's policies are Bernie Madoff times 1,000" "He's dragging us into a SOFT TYRANY" on #Hannity #tcot #gop
6:39 PM Jul 1st from TwitterFon

I will not buy anything new at this point in the economy. As new things will continue losing value in this deflationary time. Saving cash.
7:10 PM Jun 24th from TwitterFon

I moved all my money in my 401k out of stocks and into bonds. Money market could be good too. Big rally will have big fall. Cash is king.
7:04 PM Jun 24th from TwitterFon

Will Amero replace the dollar? Not! Also read this article. Excllnt explanation of everything I say on YouTube.
6:59 PM Jun 24th from TwitterFon

Fianlly some proof. As I've been saying deflation not inflation.
2:39 AM Jun 20th from TwitterFon

@wprins I'm betting it's a bear market rally also.
5:12 AM Jun 17th from TwitterFon in reply to wprins

Who is calling the economic situation best IMO? Robert Prechter and Hugh Hendry are two of my favorites.
10:32 PM Jun 16th from TwitterFon

Swine flu no different than regular flu. Proof at Distraction from new world order. Theft by central bankers.
6:56 PM May 2nd from TwitterFon

The new world order led by federal reserve central bankers was predicted by 5 Presidents. Read before calling me nuts. Http://
3:14 PM Apr 28th from TwitterFon

@Reinhoren maybe not so paranoid. Check out what I've uncovered at
2:38 PM Apr 28th from TwitterFon in reply to Reinhoren

5 presidents warned us about Central Banks

Alex Tyler, a Scottish history professor at the University of Edinburgh at the time of America's birth, wrote a warning to America in 1787. He observed that the average age of the world's greatest civilizations was about 200 years, during which they inevitably progressed through the following sequence:

Century one:
from bondage to faith,
from faith to courage,
from courage to liberty,
from liberty to abundance,

Century two:
from abundance to complacency,
from complacency to apathy,
from apathy to dependence,
from dependence back to bondage.

In 1776 the declaration of Independence was signed. Here we are coming up on our 233rd year as a country. Articles are popping up around us like one I recently ran across called "TARP, The Criminal Enterprise".

Then there's a radio interview I mentioned previously in my blog, describing what's happening between the government and the bankers. Describing it as a "Fraud of unparalleled magnitude." (click here to listen).

This got me thinking about the conspiracy theorists out there that speak of a "New world order" and that say that the bankers are playing the world to their own benefit as if it was a chess game. They even claim that the federal reserve banking system which the world has been convinced is a necessary and helpful part of our government, is actually a privately owned business, made to look and sound like it's a government institution.

This got me wondering, who exactly are these people who would make such, seemingly, ridiculous accusations.

So I did a little looking around and found some names that, I must say, surprised me.

President Woodrow Wilson (After signing the Federal banking system into law in 1913): "I am a most unhappy man. I have unwittingly ruined my country. A great industrial nation is controlled by its system of credit. Our system of credit is concentrated. The growth of the nation, therefore, and all our activities are in the hands of a few men. We have come to be one of the worst ruled, one of the most completely controlled and dominated Governments in the civilized world no longer a Government by free opinion, no longer a Government by conviction and the vote of the majority, but a Government by the opinion and duress of a small group of dominant men.

President James A. Garfield: "Whoever controls the money in any country is absolute master of industry [legislation] and commerce".

President Thomas Jefferson: "I wish it were possible to obtain a single amendment to our Constitution - taking from the Federal government their power of borrowing." he also said "I sincerely believe the banking institutions having the issuing power of money are more dangerous to liberty than standing armies."

President Lincoln: “The money powers prey upon the nation in times of peace and conspire against it in times of adversity. It is more despotic than a monarchy, more insolent than autocracy, and more selfish than bureaucracy. It denounces as public enemies all who question its methods or throw light upon its crimes.”

President Andrew Jackson: "The Bank is trying to kill me - but I will kill it!" Later he said "If the American people only understood the rank injustice of our money and banking system - there would be a revolution before morning..." Also .. "The bold effort the present bank had made to control the government are but premonitions of the fate that await the American people should they be deluded into a perpetuation of this institution or the establishment of another like it."

So here we have five presidents of the United States warning about the dangers of having the money supply of a nation LOANED to the government and its people by central banks, who charge interest on every penny in circulation.

Here is a short 8 minute video for more clarity on the central banks relationship to our country.

OK. So it sounds like the conspiracy theorists have a few good names on their petition, so to speak. But then they take things a step further and try to make us believe that The Federal Reserve System (and its counterparts around the world) are driven by more than simple greed. They would have us believe that money is not enough, but world domination, in the guise of a new world order is their true intent. Sounds a bit coo-coo-for-coco-puffs to me. I've always considered myself too savvy and balanced for extremist mentality. I'm the guy who can see a scam a mile away. I've always found the truth somewhere between the pendulum swings. I sold my condo at the top of the housing bubble because I could feel the bubble in my gut.

I think about this gut feeling. I think about Obama, and how much everyone loves him. He always has the right thing to say. His sleeves are rolled up. He's having a beer at the game. He's picking his favorite sports teams. He's making everyone comfortable. He's making everyone smile and excited. He's a perfect, calming, influence amidst an underlying upheaval of society.

Incredible amounts of money are moving to the wealthiest of people, while the working class are being sucked dry to the bone, as unemployment continues its spread across the nation.

Then I catch myself "But wait a minute, why would the fed loan all this money to the banks via government bailouts?" If they were a greedy institution they would keep the money for themselves and say screw the banks. At the same moment that I believe my sanity to be returning, rumblings arise once again from realities around me. Rumblings that some of these bank owners are also owners of the federal reserve bank.

Then a light bulb goes off in my head. They say they are trying to save the banks, yet delayed stress tests have begun to leak into the public consciousness that most of these banks are actually insolvent. I ask myself why would I believe these leaks to be true? Answer: Because if good news was coming, the government would not delay it. They're buying time for a reason.

So maybe this "saving the banks" is just a front. Everyone knows the banks are going to fall. All this is really about is getting the cash into the executives pockets. They don't really care if the businesses fall. Once they have all that cold hard cash stashed away. The banks can fall around them. Big deal!

Yet when the banks do fall, how are We The People affected? do we not have to pay our debt to them anymore? We'll just go bankrupt, right? So we'll be fine. OK, so we go bankrupt. But does that really take the weight of all that debt off our shoulders? Or does it just transfer the debt from personal to national debt. The former, we can go bankrupt to save ourselves, the latter, well, good luck not paying your taxes. I mean, I don't recall signing the loan app, but apparently I'm responsible for the billions I borrowed to give to the billionaires. But it's all good, super Obam's got my back!

Forgive me. I've digressed. So "New World Order?" Let's take a look at some other statements made in our history's past to see if there may be any validity to this concept.

Mayer Amschel Rothschild, founder of the Rothschild international banking dynasty 1790: "Permit me to issue and control the money of a nation and I care not who makes the laws"

Abraham Lincoln: "Corporations have been enthroned and an era of corruption in high places will follow, and the money power of the country will endeavor to prolong its reign by working upon the prejudices of the people until all wealth is aggregated in a few hands and the Republic is destroyed."

President Woodrow Wilson: "If monopoly persists, monopoly will always sit at the helm of government. I do not expect monopoly to restrain itself. If there are men in this country big enough to own the government of the United States, they are going to own it."

Congressman Louis T. McFadden, 1934: "The Federal Reserve banks are one of the most corrupt institutions the world has ever seen. There is not a man within the sound of my voice who does not know that this nation is run by the International Bankers."

Senator John Danforth: "I have never seen more Senators express discontent with their jobs ... I think the major cause is that, deep down in our hearts, we have been accomplices in doing something terrible and unforgivable to our wonderful country. Deep down in our heart, we know that we have given our children a legacy of bankruptcy. We have defrauded our country to get ourselves elected."

James Paul Warburg before the Senate on Feb. 7, 1950: "We shall have World Government, whether or not we like it. The only question is whether World Government will be achieved by conquest or consent."

David Rockefeller 1994: "This present window of opportunity, during which a truly peaceful and interdependent world order might be built, will not be open for too long - We are on the verge of a global transformation. All we need is the right major crisis and the nations will accept the New World Order"

Interesting to note here "All we need is the right major crisis." Why do you imagine they need a major crisis to get people to march toward a new world order. Could it be that crisis has been the best way in history to create fear in the citizens of a country. And that when a major crisis occurs, the citizens are more than willing to give up their freedoms for the sake of safety.

Also interesting to note that we talk about fighting terrorism. Wikipedia describes terrorism as "an act which is intended to create fear (terror), and is perpetrated for an ideological goal." If the ideological goal is to create this new world order, and a "major crisis" is a necessary ingredient to this goal. Would it be so far fetched to say that those intent on bringing forth the goal, are in support of the one ingredient that is necessary to bring it about? Does this not invite and support an act of terrorism? Just asking. Let's read further.

David Rockefeller to a Trilateral Commission June of 1991: "We are grateful to the Washington Post, the New York Times, Time magazine and other great publications whose directors have attended our meetings and respected the promises of discretion for almost forty years. It would have been impossible for us to develop our plan for the world if we had been subject to the bright lights of publicity during those years. But, the world is now more sophisticated and prepared to march towards a world-government. The supranational sovereignty of an intellectual elite and world bankers is surely preferable to the National autodetermination practiced in past centuries"

Woh! That last one was both, the most recent, and spooky. So Mr. David Rockefeller what you are saying is you have been discussing behind closed doors, for about 40 years now, and in secrecy, your intention to create a new world order?

I like the statement "But, the world is now more sophisticated" That's very complimentary. But I really have to wonder if that is what David Rockefeller really means. Two things come to mind.

In Century one of our nations existence a central banking system snaked its way into our nation twice, which lasted about 20 years each time before being pushed out by the intelligence, wisdom, and courage of its people. But in the second century of our country, we have not had such luck, the third bank (The Federal Reserve) has lasted much longer, about one hundred years now.

I think about that, then I think about Tylers 200 year sequences that I listed at the beginning of this article. Of the eight sequences within a country's existence, the first one hundred years is marked by a people with faith, courage, liberty, ending with abundance. It was within this framework that the central banking system was subdued, not once but twice.

Tylers next four sequences (or second century sequence) denote a laxadasical tone, complacency, apathy, dependence, ending in bondage. Bringing to mind philosopher George Santayana's "Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it." It seems to be the natural progression of a nation to forget that which made them great, and to trust the powers that be to make everything better.

Do you really believe that we are "more sophisticated" Mr. Rockefeller? Or does the very next sentence in your statement show what you really think? "The supranational sovereignty of an intellectual elite and world bankers is surely preferable to the National autodetermination practiced in past centuries." So if you paint yourself as capable of running this planet do to your intellectual superiority, does that not clearly infer that it is not my growing "sophistication" that causes me to fall in line with your plans? For if I was "more sophisticated" than in times past, would that not put me on a more equal plain with you? Clearly in your statement you don't think of me as equal. Even less than that, you find me incapable planning my own way in life. You appear to see me as the mouse running around the maze in the cage, looking for the cheese. While yourself, the god above, musing at my antics.

When power becomes unchecked, it tends to become corrupt. And how interesting to note that the conspiracy theories, as well as the plans of the elite, end in a new world order, while Tylers model ends with "bondage".

The question now is, where are we in the Tyler cycle?

It's really our choice. We can sit still in the seat of complacency, and allow bondage to bind us completely. Or we can say "this bondage will continue no more!"

Let yesterday be the bondage.

Let today be beginning of courage, that tommorrow will be the liberty it once was. Let every man have the power to determine his own way in life, and to discover and follow his passions.

Let today be the day of faith and courage, of standing up, broad shouldered, square jawed, eyes piercing through BS and manipulations. Let those who THINK they have conquered, see the masses stop in their tracks, stand tall, and turn the tides of this current corruption.

Abolish the Federal Reserve.

Friday, July 10, 2009

Can we really print our way to inflation?

I read an interesting article at one of my favorite blogs. He basically came up with the idea that if all countries were to bail us all out of our current debts via printing money, then we could get back to an inflationary scenario, while currencies would remain comparatively unaffected.

The blogger at "Economic Disconnect" (it's a great blog) always gives me food for thought. Here is the article

My reply to the article is what follows:

I was hit by the same thought as you. It is quite the head scratcher. Except for the fact it is not free money that is being printed. It is money we the tax payers will have to pay back.

Also most of this printed money is going into big pockets, not my pockets, yet I who get no benefit, retain all the burden of that debt. The only way the inflation scenario could work is if the bailouts bailed me and the rest of the middle class out of all our debt. If that happened then our money could once again chase products, causing their value to rise, causing demand to rise, causing production to rise, thereby causing inflation to overcome deflation which could lead to a reversal of the unemployment problem.

The only problem is this does not appear to be the true underlying goal. The true underlying goal appears to be big financial takes care of itself and eachother and the rest of us and our children can pay for it although we recieved no benefit.

Even if my better scenario actually could come to pass, and we the people were bailed out, we would not really be bailed out. If we were in a system where the treasuries of all the countries printed more and bailed us out then it could possibly work, for all money would devalue at the same pace, as is true with our past. (todays dollar is worth a nickle comapared to 1930's).

But We are not in a system where the treasuries can print and bailout.

We are in a system where we borrow the bailout money from the Central banks. Therefor in our current system even if we did bail out ourselves, it would not be a true fix because our taxes would have to be raised by extreme amounts to pay back the central banks to keep this party going.

The only true fix is to take our punishment, suffer through the correction that needs to take place, stop borrowing (enslaving ourselves to the central banks), and Abolish the Federal Reserve.
Sign the petition here.

Thursday, June 4, 2009

Next Leg Down Dow Below 6000?

I found a very interesting article by Bob Chapman whose blog can be found in my bloglist on this page. I agree with his assesment of market direction but not so much his inflationary predictions. A very interesting article none-the-less. Here are some excerpts.

Bob Chapman
Tuesday, 19 May 2009 09:13
16 May, 2009 International Forecaster

On the near term the Dow will return to 6600. Looking for another rally there will be buyers, but the rally will not appear again and we’ll fall into the 5,000 to 6,000 level. Higher real interest rates will win out as will hyperinflation; at least for a time. Consumer confidence may be somewhat ebullient now, but once further signs of higher inflation manifest itself that confidence will fall again. The same will happen with capital investment.

Once real estate bottoms in 2011 and 2012, we will probably be half way to the overall bottom. We have 2/3’s of the way to go before credit card debt is purged. We are just beginning to see failure of commercial and industrial loans and that could last another 3 to 4 years. Presently we are about 40% to the bottom. Then the question arises how long do we bump along the bottom – probably 5 years or longer – dependent on how bad the structural damage is, whether we still have a Federal Reserve; how many banks are left; whether we have WWIII or whether we have revolution. America and the world are in for a difficult time.

S&P says companies cut $77 billion in dividends in the first quarter and that is worse than during the Great Depression. That is part of the reason we declared a depression in February.

Prior to the beginning of the recent fall and that of 1929 both events occurred after a long period of optimism. Most observers do not believe that this depression will be accompanied by global protectionism, nor do they see ultimately a deflationary depression and price deflation. How can they be so near sighted? The Fed and the Treasury cannot inflate indefinitely. The events we’ve witnessed and continue to witness, and those that we project, can only lead to hyperinflation and then deflation. Since 2000 these forecasts have been easy and we’ve been right, but few else have. They are all bound up in what is financial and political correctness. We are going to 3,800 to 4,200 and we’ll be lucky if it stops there.

Incidentally, Stephen Friedman recently cashiered from the NY Fed has returned to his roost at Goldman Sachs. He was caught in a conflict of interest after having purchased 52,600 shares of Goldman on inside information. It is now very obvious Goldman Sachs controls our country. The only mission of the Fed is to rescue banks, brokerage firms and insurance companies.

John Taylor: "the whole house of cards collapses. He says the risk is systemic."

Saturday, May 2, 2009

The swine flu. Distraction or Real Threat?

This post will make more sense if you read the previous post first.
"5 presidents hinted at new world order by central bankers"


Central Bankers: Hey! People are really starting to take notice of the trillions of dollars we are stealing from them. We've got to do something to distract them.

Elites: Shoot! You're right man. Hmmm ....Hey I got it! OK, try to follow me here. A new influenza strain comes out every year, right?

Central Bankers: Yeah.

Elites: Well, every year the new strains kill tens of thousands in the U.S. alone, not to mention how many accross the world.

Central Bankers: OK, so?

Elites: What if we focused on the next strain that came out, we gave it a special name, and we reported every death that occurred on a daily basis. Then we could say it's a world wide pandemic. That way people would forget about us and worry about the "pandemic."

Central Bankers: Genius good chap!

REGULAR flu has killed thousands since January

Scientists: This swine flu relatively mild in comparison to ‘regular’ flu

U.S. Swine Flu No Worse Than Seasonal Flu, Experts Say

Thursday, April 9, 2009

The ponzi of ponzi schemes. And you thought Madoff was bad.

The financial industry brought the economy to its knees, but how did they get away with it? With the nation wondering how to hold the bankers accountable, Bill Moyers sits down with William K. Black, the former senior regulator who cracked down on banks during the savings and loan crisis of the 1980s. Black offers his analysis of what went wrong and his critique of the bailout.

This is a very revealing video. Don't watch it unless you have time to listen. It's 30 minutes long. So grab a cup of java, then click the link.

"Fraud of unparalleled magnitude"

Listen to this interview with Dylan Ratigan before his job ended at CNBC.

Tuesday, March 31, 2009

Price of Gold. Investment for the future? Gold Bubble?

It seems to be the popular opinion that gold will increase dramatically above the $1000 mark, but I believe gold is in a fear bubble and will go down.

Most people are buying into "the gov will devalue the dollar with their printing presses." I say the gov has already devalued the dollar to a great extent through the fractional banking system creating money into our economy out of thin air.

We don't notice the devalue so much because we compare it to other currencies who have had the same practices as us.

But you can see the true devaluation of currencies by comparing them to the price of gold. Back in the great depression gold was about 40 dollars an ounce. Todays prices of $600 to $1000 for gold shows how a huge

devaluation of the dollar has already taken place.

The current depressionary, deflationary, like environment is the dollar, the stock market, as well as the entire economy seeking to be healthy again from its bloated, sickly, and toxic state.

The roaring 20's was economic sickness from over spending, etc, just like our recent past. The Great Depression and the 30's was the economy trying to heal itself and find equalibrium.

The economy gets sick when we overspend do to money being to easy to aquire. But just like a child eating a big bag of candy too fast, his body will reject the over consumption, his body will get sick and throw up to find health again. A depression is an economy throwing up and seeking to find health.

What results is a dollar being healthier, which means it takes less of them to purchase an ounce of gold, which means gold goes down in price compared to the dollar.

Other things would also go down in price. Hence the saying "The Dollar is King", hence the term "deflation" (..of assets / commodities).

I know many of you think I am wrong about this. Because you believe the gov's printing presses will win this battle. But the gov is in over it's head. This ponzi/pyramid economy has blown up via fractional banking, exponentially creating money out of thin air, which we have gladly spent, spent, spent into our economy.

The ponzi has reached critical mass. And the govs little trillion here and trillion there and other parlor tricks are minimal campared to the title wave crashing upon us.

Gold sustaining any prices above $1000 is like the child aready sick on the bag of candy, but we make him eat more anyway, and we convince ourselves he can eat more and more without getting even more sick.

On top of that, to say gold is a great hedge on inflation (as our history has been mostly inflationary), Then to say gold will also be a great hedge on deflation, logic would dictate that you cannot have both.

I submit that current rise in gold prices has been due to fear and misunderstanding (with help from articles written by gold sellers). But when people realize that you cannot by bread and diapers with gold, they will sell their gold, for less than the current bloated prices, for the current currency, which is cash. Then gold will head downward to catch up with other commodities.

Good luck to all.

Is bank lending really increasing?

If you have adjusted a previous loan of $300k to a new loan of $250k - through these loan modification programs - I would imagine that would show up as "a new loan".

And if the example above is a large percentage of these "new loans" that are supposedly coming from the banks, then, in real terms, are they really new loans?

Instead, these "new loans" are like banks saying "Instead of you not giving us anything, we will lower the amount you owe, so you give us something."

So what looks like a $250k "new loan" is in reality a $50k giveaway by a bank in hopes that the home owner will continue to send some money to the bank instead of nothing.

Labeling these kind of modifications as new loans would be the equivalent of saying trading a more expensive car for a less expensive car shows that car sales are increasing.

Smoke and mirrors?

Banks inability to lend is not the problem

Banks inability to lend is not the problem. People have already borrowed up to there earballs. Life happens in cycles. We are moving from a cycle of hyper-borrowing into a savings and debt reduction cycle. In the previous cycle everyone felt wealthy because their house would rise enough in one year to cover the debt they ran up. But as soon as the housing bubble popped and reversed folks got a very sick feeling in there stomach. Because now debt was really debt. No more magic fairy A.T.M. to cover the truth every year. On top of that, people are seeing neighbors, family, and friends loosing jobs left and right. They are not feeling wealthy anymore. Instead they are feeling a desperate need to get out of (not into) debt, and to save for troubled times ahead.

This is the reality. Please folks, the banks ability to lend will not reverse the current situation.

Sunday, March 22, 2009

Great Depression vs Today or Fall of Dow, Finding Bottom

Click on chart for better view.
Keep in mind the "Now" above is March 16, '09, which is when I made this chart, not actually today (when you may be looking at it).

This chart overlays the highest point of the Dow before the Great Depression (Sept 3, 1929) with the highest point of the Dow current day (Oct 11, 2007).

This chart has been adjusted to match percentage decrease and increase.

Interesting to note that if we continue to match the decline that occurred during the great depression, we will hit 4000 before the end of 2009 (which has been my prediction for some time now).

Helluva way to start a blog, huh?

Here is a more up to date chart than mine above
(courtesy of