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Monday 13th Global Market Crash !!!

Discussion in 'Business & Economics' started by khothla, Oct 12, 2008.

  1. khothla

    khothla New Member

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    The economic meltdown is no accident

    September 19, 2008 by disinter

    Given recent events, prior predictions (observations, really) appear to be coming to fruition:

    * I warned of the coming economic problems and their implications, as well as why they were planned here. (July 14, 2007)
    * The reasons for the planned destruction of the dollar were given here. (February 27, 2008)
    * The collapse of the dollar was discussed here. (March 6, 2008)
    * Ron Paul warned of worldwide economic collapse here. (March 13, 2008)
    * Congress was warned, via a very rare closed-door session, of the exact events that are happening today, and those that are about to happen here. (March 17, 2008)
    * The intentional consequences of the Federal Reserve scam were revealed here. (March 18, 2008)
    * Dick Cheney was betting on the the collapse here. (March 27, 2008)
    * The current inflationary recession was observed and the coming hyperinflationary great depression was predicted here. (July 1, 2008)
    * The goal of this staged collapse was discussed here. (July 15, 2008)

    The collapse of the dollar is no accident! This has been planned for decades as part of the New World Order. After the dollar collapses, the North American Union will be implemented and the dollar will be replaced with the Amero. Read the details here.

    What bothers me is that many people I hold in high regard (Ron Paul, Michael Rivero, Lew Rockwell and many others) don’t seem to have a clue, or are reluctant to discuss the reasons behind all this. They all claim that this is the result of bad policy. It wasn’t bad policy, it was deliberate! THAT is the crime that needs exposed, not the result. The resulting destruction is exactly what the planners want these people to get excited about. It is called fear-mongering. They use it to further the agenda.


    Monday 13th

    Get your Money out before your Money gets you out !
     
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    A decades long planned collapse of the US economy to change the currency huh?

    Who were the planners again?
     
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    Shouldnt the market be closed for Columbus Day on the 13th?
    I know it isnt, but shouldnt it?
     
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    Markets are trading up quite nicely here in the UK now we've nationalised two of our main high street banks!
     
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    Why Gold Is Dropping When It Should Be Rising

    Who's Fooling Whom ?

    Why is gold dropping right now when anyone in their sane mind would expect it to rise? The simple answer to this question is, “because Comex-gold isn’t gold” – and because it deceptively pretends to be ‘the’ price-setter for real gold.

    Gold is gold, paper is paper, and “Comex gold” is nothing but paper masquerading as gold while simultaneously pretending to be the price-setting medium for actual gold in the world. Now, finally, Comex-gold is in the process of being unmasked.


    The real supply and demand determinants for Comex gold are not actual gold investors but fund managers . Fund managers are inextricably intertwined with the world of contract-based credit instruments. They use bet on Comex gold contracts to hedge their other (currently horrendously losing) bets with something they all, in their in-bred belief in paper markets, believe will ‘go up’ in value while everything else is going down.
    However, these very same fund managers and their paper-bound investment psychology are the exclusive reason why Comex gold is dropping in these times when everyone (including fund managers) expects gold to rise. As already stated, though, and as they now finally realize to their own dismay, Comex-gold just isn’t gold – and that causes even further selling.
    Two Losing Bets, Compounded.


    Fund managers’ other bets are losing money fast, now, so they need to raise cash to keep up the overall value of their respective funds, so they can earn their management bonuses and avoid getting booted for lack of relative performance. Guess what they cash in on? The very same Comex paper-gold they mistakenly bought as a ‘hedge’, of course.


    Meanwhile, real investors in real gold are enjoying their shopping spree – except that the spree turned into a treasure hunt as the shelves and display cases of gold dealers look more and more like the supermarket shelves in the old Soviet Union - bare.
    This is the only ‘bare-market’ in real gold the world will see for a long, long time to come.


    With this split, this disconnect, between Comex illusion and gold reality, one thing or the other will have to give, and it won’t be physical gold that gives.


    The system built up around the reputation of Comex-gold as being a price-setting mechanism for real gold plays right into the hands of the financial establishment. The establishment depends for its (now increasingly meager) existence on the illusion that gold “isn’t living up to its promise” as a real inflation and disaster hedge. The implication, of course, is that investors might as well stay in the computer blip and paper world.


    As the Comex gold price illusion drops, many retail investors are still persuaded to keep their money circulating in the paper world, and that ultimately feeds the system. Of course, by now that ‘feeding’ mechanism looks more like life-support, but try and unhook someone who is on life-support. The results are dramatic, inevitable, immediate – and final.
    Yet, even on life-support, the system is deteriorating at a catastrophic pace. It would be hilarious to watch if it wasn’t for the fact that we are all depending on this phony system for our real-life support. Without credit freely circulating through the commercial paper universe, for example, grocery stores won’t have food on their shelves, there won’t be gas a the gas station, and your bank will be shut. Cash doesn’t transfer very well without the bank settlement process, digital phony numbers have now become the ponzi money of illusion, replacing fiat paper money.

    Commodities & Hedge Funds take a beating from Banksters Toxic Scam.

    But gold remains a safe haven for many real investors globally.
     
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