Sunday, September 21, 2008

The US Will Take The Fall...


"The entire "thing" you mistakenly think is reality is nothing but a colossal debt inflationary self delusional soap bubble of fantasy...

The 314 year old global absolute capitalist system is not based in the USA...The USA is controlled by Europe...

The whole world is controlled by Europe..."


"And Europe was of course dependant upon Trade from the USA...When a local supply of raw materials is exhausted or becomes unaffordable you have to find another supply...

Why do you all think you were all sent here from Europe? We were all sent here in search of resources to sustain the GLOBAL EMPIRE..."


"I don't live in the USA so my ability to live will not be seriously hampered since all the drones around me have been socially engineered to blame the USA for this mess...The entire world is currently and has been for decades...And that's where all the hate, when the delusion is shattered, will be directed...At the USA..."


"The US has been turned into the prostitute of the Europeans...The US does all the dirty work to support their welfare states."


"The European population is being socially engineered to think the USA is leader of the free world and so is the American population...So that when the USA implodes and sends out the hyperdeflationary shockwave that hits Europe It takes the fall for it all...

The European administrators then say sorry folks but you all are going to have to accept what we are doing because the USA turned Evil and destroyed the free world...

And you all will fall for it...This management system has been in operation for 1000's of years..."


"Germany, Japan and Italy were set up and took the fall for it all during the 1933-1945 bankruptcy reorganization of the crown system that is now 314 years old...

The USA is about to implode...and all eyes have been concentrated on it to watch it implode to of course take the fall for it all..."


"All the policies for 314 years have basically been dreamed up in Europe...And then repackaged to appear to be policies dreamed up in individual countries to be sold/force fed to the unsuspecting drones in the Global food powered make work enterprise..."


"The policy by the European owners was called the controlled destruction of the USA...You know it as the "New Economy" which sounds way better....

When the global system reaches maximum potential and implodes...It will annihilate the just think positive delusions you currently are entertaining...

Yes we will just all be sitting around playing paddy cake...Don't worry kids the backup Global system will kick in any second now...

It's not going to take years to recover...It'll take generations...But the shock will be quick..."


"All that the banks are doing now is propping everything up until after the US elections so that the newly installed puppet, and the installed puppets outside the USA, can blame the previously installed puppet for all the mindboggling austerity measures that are coming."


"Hey I know...What we do is replace the puppet in office now with a new puppet that will have an ability to blame the previously installed puppet for all the austerity measures they will have to implement...

It will make the austerity measures more acceptable...It will soften the impact of the inevitable implosion...

So what we need is to prop up everything for a few more months..."


Europeans on left and right ridicule U.S. money meltdown
Among Europe’s economies, Britain’s most resembles America’s in its vulnerability. Europeans cited Alan Greenspan and greed as culprits in the Wall Street meltdown
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They list greed and Greenspan among the culprits, and there are comparisons to . . . Albania. But amid the gloating, there is fear for financial systems in Britain, Spain, Italy and elsewhere.

By Sebastian Rotella and Janet Stobart, Los Angeles Times Staff Writers
September 20, 2008

LONDON -- It's a rare day when finance officials, leftist intellectuals and ordinary salespeople can agree on something. But the economic meltdown that wrought its wrath from Rome to Madrid to Berlin this week brought Europeans together in a harsh chorus of condemnation of the excess and disarray on Wall Street.

The finance minister of Italy's conservative and pro-U.S. government warned of nothing less than a systemic breakdown. Giulio Tremonti excoriated the "voracious selfishness" of speculators and "stupid sluggishness" of regulators. And he singled out Alan Greenspan, the former chairman of the U.S. Federal Reserve, with startling scorn.


http://www.latimes.com/business/la-fi-euromood20-2008sep20,0,7535469.story

11 comments:

Anonymous said...

I am not so sure this will last until after the election. They got an RBI in the bottom of the 9th with 2 outs on Thursday. I was watching it in real-time, it was basically red on my screen except some currencies and commodities and the money coming out of MM funds.

We'll see -- I give it a 60% chance of before the election. Nice post HT.

- Darkest Before Dawn

SPECTRE of Deflation said...

This party will include everyone. I don't care who they blame. America is always blamed anyway, so why should now be different. The difference between America and Europe is that we actually can kick ass when needed, so blame away. F**K Europe! We saved their asses twice already, and God help Europe if we ever decide to look the other way when they need us for survival.

Anonymous said...

HT please keep posting as often as possible. I like to think I'm pretty insightful, but you always highlight current events in a manner I'd previously never considered. I participate in the financial markets on a professional level so I really get alot out of your thought process.

spectre of deflation - maybe you should reconsider your perspective in regards to these posts?... no offense really, just seems like you're not interpreting HT's posts as he intends them to be communicated. Just my observation.

I'm not sure you've fully explored the ramifications of the sophisticated social engineering programs that have been in effect since WWII and are only becoming more sophisticated and complex.

-andrewcrabbe1

SPECTRE of Deflation said...

anon, I'm trying to follow HT's posts, but the world will simply not continue as we know it should America falter. Honestly, in the middle of crisis, nobody is going to have time for blaming, and even if they do, who in the Hell will have time to listen when there are shortages of everything.

Tell us what the Hell you will do when the shit hit's the fan HT. Since, you understand everything so well, please tell us of your plans. If I remember my history right, the Euro Countries like to go to War with each other when the shit hit's the fan. Maybe HT has a nice cottage in Outer Mongolia in which to lay low, otherwise, welcome to the party HT.

Anonymous said...

sod

I think you are reading HTs post wrong. I assure he/she does not thing everything will be ok.

Neither do I. I think the Great Depression will look like Disney World compared to what is going to happen.

I have some different opinions than HT as far how the rest of the world will cope -- we will see. Either way this will get ugly to a degree maybe even I can't imagine or don't want to.

SPECTRE of Deflation said...

anon, I agree with HT concerning what will happen global, and I just thought that the "America Will Take The Fall" piece is small taters compared to the global debacle we are about to witness.

Assuming we implode, and there's no reason to think otherwise, what will HT do to survive? HT has diagnosed the disease, but has no treatment plan let alone cure for the cancer that grips the world financial system. HT has mentioned Silver before, but practical advice is in short supply on little things Americans can do to at least try and protect their families. By mentioning Silver, HT has shown that he/she has thought about the other side of this debacle. As the little old lady of Wendy's fame said, "Where's the beef HT"?

Anonymous said...

sod

There is no magic pill to keep you safe in chaos, actually there is no such thing as safe.

Common sense should direct you to what would be most important in a time of complete chaos. There is no right answer - most answers will be wrong.

Just my take.
-Darkest Before Dawn

Anton said...

"HT has diagnosed the disease, but has no treatment plan let alone cure for the cancer that grips the world financial system. "

What's your point? Must he have the cure for the problem to be real? Why do you think there is an acceptable solution in the first place?
Just like the cancer that you mentioned, the fact that a glioblastoma (for example) is going to kill you within a year is not going to be invalidated by the inability of your doctor to treat it.
There is no "beef", when you're fucked -- you're fucked.

Anonymous said...

HT -- I was wondering if you think there could be a system that would be less prone to collapse?

My thinking now is that any "system" will have a shelf-life regardless of how it is built. I do know that we are only here for X amount of time, that is not really what I mean. What I mean is even if you build a "system" that is mathematical sound, one day someone is going to try and change it.

My beliefs are very close to your own, I do somewhat disagree with your predictions of the aftermath. I agree it will probably not be pretty.

Thanks in advance.

- Darkest Before Dawn

SPECTRE of Dflation said...

anton, there is no perfect plan for what is coming. We all know that fact, but surely to God we can come up with some ideas to what is possible. There is no escaping the debacle underway, and I certainly don't mean to suggest otherwise. Just looking for some constructive thoughts regarding doing what we can do for ourselves and family.

Anonymous said...

For all those looking for a plan on how to survive the coming chaos in the US.

Let's first define the problems we're likely to face. These are not in any particular order nor is the list all inclusive. However, it's a good starting point. Events could occur individually over a very short period of time or they could all happen at the same time.

A) Economic failure...the dollar becomes worthless.
B) Product delivery stops..stores run out of food, tools, clothes, etc.
C) Utilities die..no gas, oil, water or electricity.
D) Survival stockpiles dwindle or disappear.
E) Medical supplies disappears.
F) Civil wars erupt or
G) Worst yet we're attacked by another country..