Money, Banking, The Fed, IMF

Money, Banking, The Federal Reserve, The IMF...

Mike Whitney: 'The economic tsunami, just months away' sid=20632&mode=nested&order=0

"If the world's central bankers accumulate fewer dollars, the result would be an unrelenting American need to borrow in the face of an ever weaker dollar - a recipe for higher interest rates and higher prices. The economic repercussions could unfold gradually, resulting in a long, slow decline in living standards. Or there could be a quick unraveling, with the hallmarks of an uncontrolled fiscal crisis."
-- New York Times editorial

The New American Slavery

The following article is further proof of why the ONLY solution is to enforce The Plan against the traitorous thieving N.W.O. Zionist politicians and their bankster pay-masters and reinstate God’s Perfect Laws of Liberty:-

Time is running out:-

Please be sure to study the information at the links I have inserted.

The New American Slavery
By Jolly Roger
slicingthroats [at] yahoo [dot] com

The average American in the year 2005 lives a fragile existence, in a struggle for survival that can be ended by missing a few pay-checks. The carrot at the end of the stick which was formerly known as "the American dream" has been replaced by a whip that can best be described as the American nightmare of homelessness, and slow, early death. You no longer work to achieve a better life for yourselves and your children. You work to keep a roof over your head, and you pray that you don't lose it.

You became a slave when fear replaced incentive as your motivation to work, but I still suggest that you work while you can, because if the company you work for can't send your job overseas, the U.S. government is allowing 2000 people per day to enter this country illegally, because they're willing to do your job for less.  It doesn't matter if you're a "white collar" or "blue collar" employee. If you're an American, you're too highly paid. There are billions of people who want your job, and your government is doing all they can to see that you lose it to them. You see, we're not really Americans anymore. Now we're just anonymous faces in the "global village," because our government has sold our nation to foreigners and international bankers, and the new bankruptcy law has doomed the American citizen to a life of debt slavery.

Internal Revenue Service Department of the Treasury Washington, DC 20001 March 18, 2005

RE: My Tax Remittance for 2004

Enclosed is my 2005 Form 1040, together with payment. Please take note of the attached article from "USA Today" archives. In the article, you will note that the Pentagon paid $171.50 each for hammers and NASA paid $600.00 each for toilet seats.

Please find enclosed in this package four toilet seats (value $2,400.00) and six hammers (value $1,029.00). This is in payment for my total tax due of $3,429.00.

Out of a sense of patriotic duty, and to assist in the political purification of our government, I am also enclosing a 1.5 inch Phillips head screw, for which HUD duly recorded and approved a purchase value of $2200, as my contribution to fulfill the Presidential Election Fund option on Form 1040.

It has been a pleasure to pay my taxes this year, and I look forward to paying them again next year in accordance with officially established government values.


Another satisfied American taxpayer

Fannie is Screaming Danger!

 -Rich Spohr, SATC  

    March 18, 2005

    Interesting developments in the markets....The nation's largest mortgage player Fannie Mae (FNM) is now circling the drain. Over the last 6 months FNM has dropped over 31%. Thats a $23 Billion dollar LOSS.

The Lean Economy: A Vision of Civility for a World in Trouble

This entire lecture can be found at
--paul, webmaster of
peace and liberty, sustainability and justice


The Lean Economy: A Vision of Civility for a World in Trouble

DAVID FLEMING, The Annual Feasta Lecture


The coming oil shock is not the only reason why the prospects for the global market economy and for civilisation as a whole look poor. A complex system, such as a car or a human body, tends at the end of its life to fail in many different ways at about the same time.

A second sign of systems failure is climate change.

Thirdly, there is the complex and still poorly-understood issue of how a mature market economy can, even under ideal conditions, sustain the perpetual economic growth which is an essential condition for its stability: along with Richard Douthwaite and others I argue that it simply cannot do so.

Fourthly, there is the increasingly intense phenomenon of disengagement ­ a failure of participation, consent, shared values, social cohesion ­ in short, a failure of social capital which ultimately matures into insurgency, both from dissidents on the outside of modern society and from within it. The system is failing in many other ways: soil fertility, water, hormone disruptors, the collapse of fisheries ­ but that is enough for now.

If we put all these together, then we find ourselves looking at the climax of the market economy, followed by its comprehensive failure, very high unemployment and an atrophy of government revenues, leading towards what could be called hyperunemployment - that is, unemployment so high that government cannot fund subsistence payments and pensions. Unemployment on this scale means no income. No income means no food. No food means the collapse of urban populations on the scale experienced by former civic societies ­ the Romans and some two dozen other accomplished civilisations ­ in the closing phase of their life-cycles. I hope I am wrong or, rather, that it doesn't come to this. But it does seem obvious to me that the opportunity is rapidly passing in which it will be possible to avoid the high levels of mortality that have been associated with the collapse of other civic societies.

Expert says Saudi oil may have peaked

By Adam Porter Tuesday 22 February 2005, 6:46 Makka Time, 3:46 GMT

As oil prices remain above $45 a barrel, a major market mover has
cast a worrying future prediction.

Energy investment banker Matthew Simmons, of Simmons & Co International,
has been outspoken in his warnings about peak oil before. His new
statement is his strongest yet, "we may have already passed peak

Confessions of an Economic Hit Man

More evidence of why the ONLY solution is to enforce The Plan against the traitorous N.W.O. Globalist mass-murder, inside-job perpetrators of 911 and the phoney War on Terror:-

Time is running out:-

All people of any nation accepting "aid" from the USA must read this ...

Confessions of an Economic Hit Man:

How the U.S. Uses Globalization to Cheat Poor Countries Out of Trillions

Tuesday, November 9th, 2004
We speak with John Perkins, a former respected member of the international banking community. In his book Confessions of an Economic Hit Man he describes how as a highly paid professional, he helped the U.S. cheat poor countries around the globe out of trillions of dollars by lending them more money than they could possibly repay and then take over their economies. [includes rush transcript]

John Perkins describes himself as a former economic hit man - a highly paid professional who cheated countries around the globe out of trillions of dollars.
20 years ago Perkins began writing a book with the working title, "Conscience of an Economic Hit Man."

Perkins writes, "The book was to be dedicated to the presidents of two countries, men who had been his clients whom I respected and thought of as kindred spirits - Jaime Roldós, president of Ecuador, and Omar Torrijos, president of Panama. Both had just died in fiery crashes. Their deaths were not accidental. They were assassinated because they opposed that fraternity of corporate, government, and banking heads whose goal is global empire*. We Economic Hit Men failed to bring Roldós and Torrijos around, and the other type of hit men, the CIA-sanctioned jackals who were always right behind us, stepped in.

Doom For The Dollar--And Everything Else

Doom For The Dollar--And Everything Else
Dan Ackman, 01.10.05

NEW YORK - The stock market is up and economic growth has been steady, if
unspectacular. But, an increasing number of economists are seeing serious
storms build on the horizon. They point to ever-growing federal budget
deficits, a record current-account deficit, increased consumer debt, a real
estate market that looks like a bubble ready to burst, a surge in personal
bankruptcies and the prospect of inflation.

Meanwhile, interest rates are on the rise, and if they increase much more,
many of these problems could get dramatically worse.

Doomsayers tend to be ignored--until it's too late. This week, we give
voice to five prophets of doom, starting with Peter Schiff, CEO and chief
global strategist of Euro Pacific Capital.

Could the falling dollar mean we're in for a major financial disaster? He
thinks so.

The Federal Reserve - Christmas Scrooge

The Federal Reserve - Christmas Scrooge

Tis the season to be jolly; or is it really? You might not think so when you learn (not how much all those credit card purchases are going to cost you in the long run, but) how through the use of such loans, the Fed is sucking the life-blood out of our and our children’s economic future.

There are zillions of books and articles out there which purport to explain how bad the Federal Reserve ("Fed") really is but, for the most part, none of them really explain anything in a manner which the average credit consumer can really understand.

Fed Warns of Growing Budget Gap

Subject: Federal Reserve Chiefs Talk of Coming Economic Destabilization

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"The current account deficit is going to cause problems," said McTeer, who resigned Nov. 4 from the Fed. "Flows will turn against us, and there will be a crisis that will result in rapidly rising interest rates and a rapidly depreciating dollar that will be very disruptive," he said on Oct. 7. -- Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 11/11/04

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