Monday, March 03, 2008

The Plan Is For A 90% Liquidation Of Unfundable Liabilities


The top is running the..."Go out in a blaze of glory" social engineering.

You have no leadership...Other than creating chaos you all don't know how to take over the system.

You are all being lulled to sleep by the appearance of weakness. A few helicopter gunships with thermal imaging could dissolve the would be dissolvers.

Anyone employed will be obedient...The only people that could be recruited into an anti-Government force would be unemployed people.

The Indians all had guns and they were wiped out to provide the land you all think belongs to you...

While the system is still operating it's unprofitable to mow idiots down. It hurts the feelings of the general worker drone population. After the system implodes there is a massive surplus of idiots to mow down and it becomes highly profitable then.

See Iraq...That is what the USA will look like once the economy shatters completely.

'The spectacle of men fighting for work...' My God! This is terrible! Battling for the privilege of working all day for enough to eat--and the next day go at it again; and so on until the earth rattles on their pine boxes. Cannot the good God do something to relieve his wretched children? Or is this thing to go on forever? Why not give some good-hearted, honest man supreme power for four years, and let him improve God's world or blow it up. He could not make it much worse than it is, for the great mass of mankind. A judicious hanging bee in Wall Street would be a good measure with which to begin the reformation."

-- I.D. [Ignatius Donnelly] in The Representative, 29 August 1894


"Coxey's Army was a protest march by unemployed workers from the United States, led by the populist Jacob Coxey. They marched on Washington D.C. in 1894, the second year of a four-year economic depression that was the worst in United States history to that time. Officially named the Commonwealth of Christ, its nickname came from its leader and was more enduring. It was the first significant popular protest march on Washington and the expression "Enough food to feed Coxey's Army" originates from this march."

The purpose of the march was to protest the unemployment caused by the Panic of 1893 and to lobby for the government to create jobs building roads and other public works improvements. The march originated with 100 men in Massillon, Ohio on March 25, 1894. Various groups from around the country gathered to join the march, and its number had grown to 500 with more on the way from further west when it reached Washington on April 30, 1894.

Among the people observing the march was L.Frank Baum, before he gained fame. There are political interpretations of his book, the Wonderful Wizard of Oz written 1900, which has often been related to Coxey's Army. In his novel, Dorothy, the Scarecrow (the American farmer), Tin Woodman (the industrial worker), and Cowardly Lion, (political leader), march on the yellow brick road to Oz, the Capital, demanding relief from the Wizard, who is interpreted to be the President. Dorothy's shoes are interpreted to symbolize using silver instead of the gold standard (the road of yellow brick) because the shortage of gold precipitated the Panic of 1893. In the film adaptation of the Wizard of Oz, the silver shoes were turned into ruby for the cinematic effect of color, as the Wizard of Oz was one of the first Technicolor films.

'The Constitution of the United States guarantees to all citizens the right to peaceably assemble and petition for redress of grievances, and furthermore declares that the right of free speech shall not be abridged. We stand here to-day to test these guaranties of our Constitution. We choose this place of assemblage because it is the property of the people. . . . Here rather than at any other spot upon the continent it is fitting that we should come to mourn over our dead liberties and by our protest arouse the imperiled nation to such action as shall rescue the Constitution and resurrect our liberties."

Upon these steps where we stand has been spread a carpet for the royal feet of a foreign princess, the cost of whose lavish entertainment was taken from the public Treasury without the consent or the approval of the people. Up these steps the lobbyists of trusts and corporations have passed unchallenged on their way to committee rooms, access to which we, the representatives of the toiling wealth-producers, have been denied.

We stand here today in behalf of millions of toilers whose petitions have been buried in committee rooms, whose prayers have been unresponded to, and whose opportunities for honest, remunerative, productive labor have been taken from them by unjust legislation, which protects idlers, speculators, and gamblers: we come to remind the Congress here assembled of the declaration of a United States Senator, "that for a quarter of a century the rich have been growing richer, the poor poorer and that by the close of the present century the middle class will have disappeared as the struggle for existence becomes fierce and relentless.'

--Jacob S. Coxey, "Address of Protest" on the steps of the Capitol, from the Congressional Record, 53rd Congress, 2nd Session (9 May 1894)"



Treasury Secretary (March 4, 1921 until February 12, 1932.) Andrew Mellon...

"The government must keep its hands off and let the slump liquidate itself. Mr. Mellon had only one formula: "Liquidate labor, liquidate stocks, liquidate the farms, liquidate real estate." He insisted that, when the people get an inflation brainstorm, the only way to get it out of their blood is to let it collapse. He held that even a panic was not altogether a bad thing. He said: 'It will purge the rottenness out of the system. High costs of living and high living will come down. People will work harder, live a more moral life. Values will be adjusted, and enterprising people will pick up the wrecks from less competent people'

At great length, Mr. Mellon recounted... his recollection of the great depression of the eighteen seventies that had followed the Civil War.... He told of the tens of thousands of farms that had been foreclosed; of railroads that had almost wholly gone into the hands of the bankruptcy receivers; of the few banks that had come through unscathed; of many men who were jobless and mobs that roamed the streets. He told me that his father had gone to England during that time and had cut short his visit when he received word that the orders for steel were pouring toward the closed furnaces."


Folks the system that caused the above mentioned great depression in the 1870's and the one you all know about in the 1930's is the same exact system in operation right now...

Below the roaring 20's bubble following the end of WW1 next to the roaring 6 decades bubble following WW2...

"Liquidate labor, liquidate stocks, liquidate the farms, liquidate real estate."

Liquidate Germany...Liquidate Japan...Liquidate China...Liquidate Italy...Liquidate the world.


Sorry folks but the system you are all in is Evil...It's always been Evil...You just happen to have popped into existence within it during the Greatest temporary prosperity in the recorded history of Humanity and mistaken it for a long term phenomena due to it's multi decade duration.









The whole thing is going to implode...The war is cover and part of the liquidation process...

All the real estate is inflated in price by the inflation of the total credit market debt line which is the total money supply of the USA...

Once consumers reach the maximum potential to request commercial banks to manufacture the required amount of new debt (money) to sustain inflation.

The debt/money supply along with real estate will implode...


As the revenues dry up property taxes will rise until you can't pay...

That is what is going to happen...I know it...I'm not a speculator...

The plan is for a 90% liquidation of unfundable liabilities...Or about 5 Billion former assets to be wiped off the face of the ledger...

I'm talking about real economics...Not the wishful thinking that is marketed as economics...

Top lives off the yield from the bottom...Top buys and sells and all below speculate...when you are buying the top is selling and when you are selling the top is buying...

And when the bottom is sucked dry...Game over...

Truth is not a theory...

This forum will not exist because the servers will shut down...No one will be able to afford to sustain this luxury...

I'm telling you so now...I'm not going to be around to tell you so after...You will know so...It will be blindingly crystal clear...

9 comments:

Anonymous said...

Again, short your stocks blah blah blah, no solutions, gloom and doom. What will you say in 3-5 years when everyone is back riding high in the saddle? Do I feel sorry for all those voodoo bankers soon to be out of work? Hell NO. They should have had real jobs in the first place. Maybe they will learn what matters. Spreading pessimisim does not matter. Reality is one thing but you stretch it way on out there. As soon as folks get smart and learn to get rid of the good ole boys in government and get some one with scruples we will turn around. We need our surplus's back. We never need to see another presidency like the last 2 terms. And shame on the idiots that elected such a failed policy. Change is on the horizon and no we will not have to go hungry in the streets. If I wanted to I could still go out and find 3 jobs. Fortunately for me I dont have to. If you are going hungry in the streets it will be by choice or you went crazy trying to live out the gloom and doom you have been spreading. And no you will not get me to short my stocks...

HYPERTlGER said...

Surplus? The USA has been consuming more than it produces for close to 100 years now...The surpluses are not coming back until the demand is reduced back to pre 1900 levels...sorry.

I also don't play the markets...I really don't care how those that choose to play them do...Ultimately according to the rules of the game...in order to win you need profit...It's up to the individual game player as to how to accomplish that...buying low (going long) and selling high or selling high (Going short) and buying low.

And ultimately I will not be getting you or anyone else to do anything...It's all up to you and everyone else to chose to do what you do...

Unless of course you choose to post another post in response to this one...or choose not to...

What are you going to do?

Exactally what I need you to do...I am certain that reguardless of what you choose to do it will be what I need you to do.

Anonymous said...

I agree with everything that's been written in this article. The selfish excesses of individuals has only added fuel to the fire. But it isn't just individuals, it's governments as well. The anonymous poster above will be in denial even while society collapses into dust around him.

What will he do then? Hide under his bed because his reality has collapsed and created the scared wimp he is to become?

This world needs a good cleaning and the only way that can happen is for the GREED to be exorcised from the consciousness of the people.

Long live the TRUTH -- all possibilities exist within the quantum field.

N. Ron Shrubbard said...

According to John Hoefle, the complete collapse of the global financial system has already occurred. It's that for now they have managed to hide this fact from the majority, so the Psychology Bubble (for now) remains intact.

If this is correct (always an if), the rude awakening and realization will be coming soon. They can't keep pure image and psychology inflated forever with nothing more than smoke and mirrors, no matter how extremely Pavlovian-conditioned and brainwashed the overwhelming majority are (they are).

This time around, they will have to find one hell of a rabbit in their hat to pull out in order to keep it together for another revolution of the business cycle. The poster of the first post sure has a lot of confidence in this. Even if one instinctively eschews "doom and gloom," it takes a hell of a lot of denial to not notice how critically bad things are in financeland and moneyland right now. At the least, it is much worse than anything seen in decades. This much is obvious.

Anonymous said...

Do I have to remind you that during the Clinton years we had budget surplus's? The big large debt cloud didnt look so bad then. It was still large but its nothing till the Republicans got their war and spent your childrens futures.
I grew up fiscally conservative and at one time actually believed that voting conservative meant somthing. Bush pretty much bamboozled everyone and spent our money like he just won the lottery. He is basically the reverse of Robin Hood. He takes from the tax payers and puts the cash in the hands of his rich buddies. With that all said... You have to start tossing out some optimism out there because soon he will not be in office. They could probably put and enron executive in charge of our fiscal policies and it wouldnt be much worse that it was with Bush spending like a loon. As soon as the black hole of government spending is controlled and energy prices stabilize we will see things get better. If the price of oil dropped below 70$ a barrel just think how many millions of dollars would be injected back into consumer spending.
I am not saying that all this gloom and doom collapsing wont happen eventually but face facts... We still have a lot of zeros to add to things before we ever get close to financial armageddon. Hell just make a new currency call Megadollars(worked for Mexico). The world needs us, and we need the world. We isolate ourselves or become isolated then all bets are off. Should we consume less, absolutely. Materialism is not the way, the truth or the light.... But we are a long ways from the end of our economic prosperity.

HYPERTlGER said...

Bush did nothing to fool anyone...You would have to be a bigger fool than Bush to think Bush is some kind of Arch Con man...he is a Muppet at best...The Clinton years budget surplus was mostly an accounting trick...Social security was used to manipulate the numbers...to give the apperance of wonderfulness...That the top knew could not be sustained...then the top installed Bush and crew to begin implementation of the end game plan...The next installed puppet will be able to blame the previously installed puppet for all the austerity measures that the newly installed puppet is going to have to implement.

The top knows the system is toast...The top knows that the system has reached maximum potential and is going to implode...

Who or what is the top?

Well Below GOD...Which you refuse to or can't comprehend are a group of Human beings that are at the top of a hierarchy composed of all the rest of humanity which the top rules...and you can't comprehend them because you never have ruled the Earth and you can't even imagine ruling the Earth.

The top maintains their position by giving the bottom what it wants...The top has an ability to manipulate the bottom into buying what the top is selling of course.

But ultimately all the power the top has is sucked from the bottom to the top and whan the bottom is sucked dry...It becomes impossible for the top to give the bottom what it wants as compensation for supporting the top.

At that point the whole system implodes and basically the bottom exausts itself killing each other attempting to get back what it never had or trying to obtain what it never will...Then once the dust settles...the top steps back in and hires all the survivors to construct the next system that will inflate to maximum potential and implode.

The top writes the scripts that the actors they hire follow.

Stop and figure out if you are actually in control or just think you are.

Anonymous said...

"The plan is for a 90% liquidation of unfundable liabilities...Or about 5 Billion former assets to be wiped off the face of the ledger..."

If thats $5 billion, 5 billion is nothing. 90% would be closer to $50 trillion.

Other than that, keep'em coming, Hyper!

Cheryl-Lynné Rose Henderson said...

"The plan is for a 90% liquidation of unfundable liabilities...Or about 5 Billion former assets to be wiped off the face of the ledger..."


Not dollars...

Population: 6,602,224,175 (July 2007 est.)

mannfm11 said...

I have understood this game for a good while and HT puts it pretty square on the tee. What you think is going to bail this mess out is nothing more than bank credit dearly needed to keep the servicing of debt going. The entire system is leveraged on credit, massive amounts of credit on a small amount of capital. Ditto for China and Europe as well. Financing has driven production out of the US and demand will have to decline here in order to balance anything. But balancing cannot be done in the US without excess credit being produced somewhere else.

As for the Clinton surpluses? Greenspan says they were created out of the stock bubble where stock option compensation was running in the hundreds of billions. I think that added to the short term benefit of lower financing rates together with welfare reform and the country going into massive debt on the private side allowed for the appearance of surpluses. Bush may have delayed the game a little, but as Hyper says, he pushed the world to maximum potential inflation quicker. No one will be elected president of the US by accident.