Wednesday, August 24, 2011

All Eyes on Bernanke and His Helicopter of Destruction


Faster than a speeding bullet...

retardation (ree- tar-DAY-shun) -  1.  the act of retarding or the state of being retarded.  2.  the condition of being retarded.  3.  Something that retards; a delay or hindrance.  4.  the rate of deceleration

The economy is retarded; stuck in a state of suspended animation.  The Federal Reserve has no more arrows in its quiver (saving war or perceived alien threat which would call for global armament) through which to scare the people into accepting their paper money anymore.  The game is, most assuredly, up.  Since the credit debacle and ensuing market crasyh of 2008, there have been various instances where the diabolical leadership bumped off the competition just to keep their game going.  The arrest of Rod Blagojevich, the mysterious plane crash of the entire Polish government, the alleged killing of Osama bin Laden, and the invasion of Libya have all been events which, were they not aggressively pursued, collapsed the entire fraudulent paper money ponzi scheme.

"Truth, like gold, is to be obtained not by its growth, but by washing away from it all that is not gold."

-Leo Tolstoy (Author, 1828-1910)  

On Friday, chief economy retarder Ben Bernanke will speak about the future remedy the Fed has ready for the economy.  Obama's concern, of course is jobs; so the slaves can work and be ruled; Bernanke's concern is control; or how his group can keep control without getting left behind hugging a severely inflated paper currency.

Bernanke's dilemma is an old one for rulers:  Either refuse to inflate, or inflate and suffer the loss of the illusion of solvency, which is already long gone in some circles.  Refusal to inflate will result in deflation.  The Fed doesn't want that, not when their stranglehold on real estate is reaching new heights (even the investigations are a sham when it comes to real freedom for humanity).  People could come off the sidelines, become landowners at the right price, and ruin the global elites plan to end the illusion of private land ownership.  If Bernanke decides to print (the logical guess), the dollar stands to be devalued to irrelevancy against gold, silver, platinum, and copper.  The privately owned Federal Reserve is fighting a losing battle against an idea.  The idea is opposed to usury, against war, and ready to prosper.  Bernanke and the central banks might collect gold because of tradition; other people do because it is money and cannot be created out of thin air! 

The monetary masters of the universe know people are scared.  No doubt Bernanke will confirm those fears on Friday with whatever he chooses to say.  

       

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