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  • One False-Flag Away from Martial Law

    Now that the NDAA signed by the president last year has been stripped of the essential clauses protecting American citizens of their Constitutional rights, just how easy would it be for them to get away with another 9-11 event and seal the coffin lid shut on American freedom for good?  Before you dismiss the question outright, consider the following video carefully:

     

    Ever since that fateful day, in the name of national security, the Constitutional rights of all Americans have been under attack, via such things as the Patriot Act, totalitarian executive orders, the continuing encroachment of Homeland Security initiatives and the inclusion into the NDAA of indefinite detention of American citizens without trial.

    Now ask yourself this question: If there is an elite group (such as the Illuminati) holding key positions of power within  government, corporate and banking institutions, and they are indeed conspiring to subjugate America, what would be their next step?

    If those bastards are so powerful that they were able to pull off the 9-11 event and keep their positions intact, then you also must consider what else they might be capable of doing.  Like, what would happen to the national psyche if a major US city, like Phoenix, for example, were to be suddenly vaporized in a Nagasaki-esque manner? (This is what S.K. Bain has fictionalized in his book.)

    Absolute fear would grip the nation immediately. Martial Law would be declared. The new authorities already granted to the president under his own executive order would be cited and all resources would be seized by the government. Dissenters would be shipped off to all the FEMA concentration camps that have been prepared over the last few years. The internet would be cleansed of all  ‘unpatriotic bloggers’ while the ‘controlled’ main-stream-media tells the public that the Iranians are to blame. Religious leaders are quick to point out that Muslims are not only anti-Jew, but anti-Christian as well. It would be enough impetus to garner support for invading yet another middle eastern nation, and possibly lead to World War III if China and Russia run to the aid of Iran.

    So the next question you’ve got to ask yourself is when would this elite group initiate their next move?  As the world economy spins toward ultimate depression, printing presses are already running at full tilt and there’s no real political will to tackle the underlying problems of the Fiscal Cliff – only moves to delay the inevitable collapse are given any attention.  Meanwhile, the national debt surges due to continued unbalanced government spending.   At some point, all these monetary shenanigans will become too obvious to the average citizen and a diversion will be needed to distract public focus.

    Of course, they’ve not yet taken the guns away from the American public.  But the Second Amendment is indeed being threatened.  And history shows multiple examples where the confiscation of weapons is a precursor to genocide and despotism.

    A final question to ponder is whether or not the agenda requires the Constitutional Second Amendment to be abolished prior to the more drastic event, or whether a more severe tragedy might actually aid in it’s own destruction?  As long as people continue their ignorance of freedom and refuse to accept responsibility for their own lives, they’ll happily increase their dependency on government wealth redistribution.  Lady Liberty’s lamp flickers in the wind.

    Footnotes: For those that may scoff at the possibility of the existence of an elite group like the Illuminati, this radio interview with an ex-Illuminati member is quite an eye-opener (pun intended).  And a closer look at this country’s history reveals that Freemasons had successfully infiltrated civil offices and media control within early American society. After the scandal regarding the murder of William Morgan, many left the fraternity or went underground. A few words showing a hierarchical relationship between the Illuminati & Freemasonry might prove interesting.  A paragraph or two could also be included regarding the occult-rituals said to be practiced by the Illuminati to gain further insight regarding their motives in addition to significant dates and numbers held sacred by these elites. Perhaps some comments could be made on the recent Sandy Hook tragedy along with suspicious circumstances surrounding that event. But we’ve probably gone far enough down the rabbit hole already for most silver investors.


  • Expect Currency War to Continue in 2013

    Author of Currency Wars, Jim Rickards explains that the Fed’s easing programs have thus far failed to create their desired inflation, which, in their view, is required to boost US exports.  Although Japan will be allowed to weaken their currency, all the other currencies of the world will be strengthened as the US strives to further weaken the US dollar. Of course, gold is still the currency of choice to preserve wealth.




    Expanding the discussion, Lauren Lyster interviews Jim Rickards, where he clarifies the Fed’s tactics:

    • The economy has failed to recover despite the Fed’s actions so far because the consumer has not been willing to spend or invest.  Hence money velocity has remained nil.
    • The Fed is trying to induce more spending by: (1) Forcing a negative interest rate as an incentive for more borrowing, and (2) Scaring the public into buying stuff through the threat of future inflation.
    • The inflation, they hope, will be the result of all the currency wars with other nations, especially China – cheapening the dollar will make imports more expensive.

    It’s a race between the Fed trying to achieve their goals and the whole system imploading because of a loss of confidence in the dollar.


  • Attacking the Rich?

    All this talk in Washington about going after the rich to pay more taxes is just a smoke screen.  As Rick Santelli explains in the clip below, the arguments between the Democrats and Republicans are using numbers that ignore inflation & mislead the public on who they’re actually targeting with tax increases.

    • To say that the tax increases will only affect those making $250K/year is really talking about those making $165K/year (in 1993 dollars), which is a 35% miss when it comes to being honest about the actual situation our economy is facing.
    • Or worse, when they talk about only taxing the millionaires and yet begin their arguments with finding ways to tax those making $250K/year, that’s a 75% miss.

    The main point is that by ignoring the inflation, these government leaders are purposely hiding their ever-increasing extortion of wealth from the middle class, not from the rich!



  • Approaching the Fiscal Cliff

    The US is coming up fast on the so-called Fiscal Cliff, but neither of the two political parties’ candidates are openly discussing the potential economic calamity or any remedies to overcome any resultant disaster.  On this CNBC interview, Lloyd Blankfein, CEO of Goldman Sachs, Alan Simpson & Erskine Bowles of the Deficit Commission discuss the reasons why so many major corporations are holding their cash at this uncertain juncture.


  • Too Much Debt!

    Update: January 11, 2013

    Congress lived up to their reputation and kicked the can once more.  Essentially, tax rates were raised (such as on those making $450,000 or more and estate taxes went up from 45% to 40%) but spending cuts were deferred for a couple months, entailing yet another round of political saga to come.  So, as the following chart from Casey Research shows, the deficit situation has not gotten any better.  In fact, according to the CBO, it’s worse – earlier estimates had not even considered the interest payments, so the annual deficit will be $60 billion more than originally anticipated.

    Fiscal Cliff - Budget Deficit Details

    September 22, 2012

    On January 1, 2013 the US will face the real possibility of falling off a fiscal cliff and may take down much of the global economy with it. Specifically, the cliff is represented by three factors, which policy makers must overcome in order to avoid another severe recession – or worse, depression.

    1. The Bush Tax Cuts are set to expire at the end of 2012.  At a time such as this, when the economy is stagnant, any tax increases will only serve to further sour any potential business activity. On the other hand, the government annual deficit spending is already at $1.2 trillion and if revenues aren’t increased, budget deficits will only get worse.
    2. Mandatory budget cuts are set to take affect. Last year, when congress was unable to agree on a long-term plan to tackle the never-ending growth of the national debt – now over $16 trillion – the temporary measures they initiated allowed for a small ceiling increase, while putting in place a special super-committee to study the situation and recommend policy. The super-committee came and went without any agreement, which automatically instituted a $1.2 trillion cut in government spending – half from domestic spending and half from defense spending. These cuts are set to go into affect starting in January, 2013 at about $100 billion per month and last for nine years.
    3. The debt ceiling is again being breached. Last year, when the ceiling debate was the centerpiece of discussion, lawmakers were unable to reach agreement on a debt reduction policy. They were only able to conclude a temporary measure, allowing for a small increase in the ceiling while the super-committee furthered the discussion. The current debt ceiling limit of $16.394 trillion is coming up fast.

    It should be obvious that the real problem is that there is simply too much debt!  But then again, what should one expect when the whole monetary system has become based on debt? In today’s world, money only comes into existence when someone is willing to borrow it from the banking system. This is why the Fed and all the other central banks try so hard to keep interest rates low – as  more money is borrowed, the banks are able to use fractional reserve banking methods to increase money availability even more. The economy keeps chugging along as long as people and companies are willing to borrow more.

    But this debt-based system obviously has its limits, as the current economy has been showing. People and companies are unwilling to burden themselves with more debt.  The Fed’s policies have been trying to overcome that by keeping interest rates low so that the government can keep spending borrowed money in order to sustain the perception that the economy is okay.

    It is impossible for the governments to ever repay these debts, which is why the central banks will continue to employ “QE” measures, just as they did in early September, when the ECB in Europe, followed by the US Fed, and finally the Bank of Japan all embarked on major money-printing policies to keep the debt-game going a bit longer.

    In relative terms, it wasn’t that long ago when money was based on real, tangible assets, such as gold and silver – assets that couldn’t simply be conjured up out of thin air.  These are the real assets that people should be seeking now, especially since saving cash in a savings account yields next to nothing in interest. Plus, as the governments of the world continue to print money to cover unpayable debts, the value of all fiat paper money will only continue to decline.

    However, investors in precious metals will want to get their priorities straight.  Many gold bugs, for example wish to keep their precious metals close – where they can actually touch them. Possession is nine-tenths of the law, after all.  Having physical possession of one’s precious metals has benefits, especially in the case of a complete financial collapse, which some say is inevitable, given the shape of the current over saturated debt system.  Having real money to barter with under those circumstances may be priceless.

    On the other hand, not everyone is comfortable holding physical precious metals in substantial quantities. Private storage can be a risk, which should be weighed carefully.  For those concerned about the safety of private storage, or even those seeking diversification can look into alternative ways to hold precious metals. One convenient method is to use Exchange Traded Funds (ETF) traded on stock exchanges. Whether open-ended funds like GLD and SLV or closed-ended funds like PHYS and PSLV, the investor should be aware that there are still risks to overcome, such as the stock market itself.

    Yet there are other ways people can invest in precious metals.  Companies such as BullionVault allow their clients to buy and sell precious metals online, via an internet browser.  Once purchased, the metal is physically stored in various geographically separated regions of the world. This immediately accomplishes two things – diversifies assets across national boundaries, which reduces some sovereign risks and also relieves the investor of personal storage responsibilities.

    Perhaps some combination of all of the above methods, or others not covered can be sought after for the potential precious metals investor.  When the debt-system finally collapses, people will wake up and remember what real money really is and wonder why they never thought about it before.  It’s funny, isn’t it?  Something so vital to every day activities, yet so little thought is given to what money really is. It’s good that some people are waking up early.




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