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Cancer Of The Wallet


               Cancer Of The Wallet

     The world has cancer of the wallet. It is now spreading to the body.  There once were protections that stopped it from touching us, but the malignancy has gotten past the world’s immune system. The central banks have determined that the treatment should be more of the same poison that turned the cancer loose, in the first place.

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Unnatural Law: Legality vs. Humanity


                                                           Unnatural Law
                                             Legality vs. Humanity

       Legality and Humanity part company when the demands of a dead thing, a corporation, are given priority over life. At the heart of the matter is the love of money and the lust for power.

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Retirement: Nest Egg Or Lead Balloon


          Retirement: Nest Egg or Lead Balloon?

Are we seeing a repeat of the early ’80s? Pension funds are underfunded by disastrous margins. Government employees lead the pack going to the bread line at the soup kitchen. There is a novel thought, unionized government employees up in arms, confronted by well-armed government employees. By appearances, all parties involved are trying to sneak out of town, cheaply. The numbers in the report are but a small fraction of the shortfall. Is this an incident or a pattern? It’s been almost 30 years since we saw a run of pensioners left high and dry. In some cases, re-negotiations left pension benefits at next to nothing.

We have not seen the last of the economic collapse. This development could become a self – feeding decline in economic activity. Whether retail sales or domestic production, every aspect of financial activity suffers when discretionary income is reduced. The fact that this area of income is almost completely eliminated in these fund collapses threatens more business failures and defaults. Any number of things could trigger the next slide down the depression slope. The speculation in September was that the Dow could slide to 3,000. Today’s level is where it is, because it is inflated with U. S. Treasury debt. Remember the words of Warren Buffett. He said that U. S. Treasury debt would be seen as a historically significant financial landmark, that it could be as significant as the Internet and housing bubbles. Clearly, every seat is booked on that train wreck.

If I had never seen anything like this, There would be some room for benefit of the doubt. After seeing 30 year employees ending up with no pension at all, I have no trust lost at all for corporate management, labor unions or pension fund managers. Don’t let those people out of your sight. If they have any of your money, it may already be too late. You just don’t forget that lost look on the faces of people who are stuck and with no recourse left to them. Spending time waiting for good news from an attorney is a miserable experience. It would have been better to make the people in a position of trust miserable, before the trouble happened. Yet, people get in the same trouble, over and over, again.


Buying The Farm


                                                 Buying The Farm

People who wouldn’t buy a bridge sight unseen, accept the Federal Reserve note as the real thing. People must not know anything about the dual currency bait-and-switch. The scam works as well today as it has in every other bank panic, including the Great Depression. The Federal Reserve system is the real Bridge to Nowhere. It starts in debt, can’t prove what it is or show tangible collateral by independent audit, and can disappear into thin air, only to reappear under a different disguise. When it shows up with the Amero, people will seriously believe that it’s a new currency. The new kid on the block will turn out to be the same old whore. Yet, that corrupt system has the power to tell people what they are and what their obligations are. If people knew what they were supposed to be, where they really were, and what legal standing they don’t have now, they would get away from the Federal Reserve, as fast as they could go.

They would abandon the fake government, fake citizenship and fake money. The fake voting and fake representation would become things of the past. A government that no one voted for wouldn’t last long. A government that has no one but it’s welfare program constituents left to tax wouldn’t even last that long. The problem is that the corporation in Washington, D. C. has a thing for conquest. Reconstruction doesn’t seem to be working as well in Iraq as it did in the Confederate States. When Iraq refused to recognize the Federal Reserve note as the reserve currency, their currency got painted with red spray paint and a new carpetbagger government installed. Reconstruction rides, again.

It took 2 world wars for Corporatism to conquer the United States, Europe and Asia. A series of debt wars are bringing Africa and Latin America into the fold. The evidence is in the division of the world according to financial standing, not National borders. There are no sovereign nations. Their creditors own them. Finding the right candidate for office in the Homeland Security internment camp won’t correct this problem. When people agree to be less than they really are, they give up more than they could afford to lose. Understanding the difference between Americanism and Corporatism is prerequisite to staying out of the Federal Reserve “who’s on first” loop conversation. When the Fed tells it, it isn’t funny, anymore.

The people running the scam know the difference between real money and paper. They knew it in 1929, and worked the bait-and-switch to perfection. we are now seeing a growing reluctance to part with gold and silver, for paper. Believe it or forget it, there is no good reason to give up real money for paper. Granted, people still insist on paper in consumer transactions. Get the paper some other way. Give them strings of beads from Mardi Gras, if you have to. Keep your gold and silver. Don’t get caught in the bait-and-switch.

Why is this important? It is important because 200 years of fast-talking con artists have taken America back to square one, for at least the seventh time. This time, the panic could be the killer. Prior to this economic collapse, there was gold and silver coin in general circulation. The next time that Federal Reserve debt is offered as legal tender, could be the last. If the Fed calls that paper nothing right now, everyone is flat broke, immediately. There would be nothing in the banks, to get.

Who has the better financial statement? Is it the one with room left under the limits on his credit cards, or the one who bought some of that fine bottom land in the Everglades? Ben Bernanke and his buddies in a well-lighted conference room is a far more dangerous situation than the ‘gators and cottonmouths, in the dark.


Balance Of Trade


     Every government trip to China should produce the right blend of snickers and incredulity. On the one hand, we have corporate suits-and-ties making a show of giving China a lecture on trade imbalances and subsidized trade wars. On the other hand, China is sitting on 200 Trillion in U. S. Treasury debt. Since last October, they’ve been dumping it. Nobody wants U. S. debt. This would be a comedy act, if it weren’t so serious.

Sen. Charles Schumer found out what the deal was. He came back from China much quieter than he went. I am always reminded of his example when any president talks about negotiating anything with China. They all talk big until they hear, “You go home now, Yankee dog.”

The biggest problem that concerns me now, is that this president is more inclined to give away the store, than Americans are. Of course, United States citizens sold their souls to the company store. They have nothing to say about it. They abandoned their Nationality in favor of shareholder status in a corporation.