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Post  Azaes de Swan on Thu Feb 21, 2008 8:50 pm

Runa wrote:Seeing Sweden again made my heart heavy, as going back to prison-camp.Runa
Runa, what are you talking about? What is the matter with Sweden?
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Post  Spock on Wed Feb 27, 2008 12:15 am

The USD closed below 75 today, settling into a historical low. This will affect everyone in USA, and to a lesser extent, Asian exporters. It means higher inflation ahead and the standard of living will go down, down, down for all Amerikans.

What a pity.

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Post  Guest on Fri Feb 29, 2008 1:46 pm

Small and Midsize U.S. Banks Beginning to Struggle in Credit Crisis
http://www.stevequayle.com/News.alert/08_Money/080229.small.banks.html

THis is really happening. THe banks are trying to save their butts, by not allowing people with the best of credit to take out loans. And people can now only take out so much money as well.

I've heard if you try to use your credit card now, for a couple hundred dollars, the transaction won't go through.

The economy is based on lies. What can one do to get out of this? Will moving, cutting off and living sustainably do anything big for us? IS their a free country out there that has cut off from the Federal Reserve and all things and are still able to survive without becoming a third world scenario.

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Post  Dice on Fri Feb 29, 2008 2:00 pm

Friends, I have been posting about it for a couple of month on different
american Forums.

Get all your assets together and if you can, relocate to safer places.

This is no joke.

The prize of Petrol will rise another 300%
Food and housing prizes will rise at least 30%

Buy life-saving medication now (for instance insulin for diabetics).

Mostly I was made fun of at the Mtar joint.

2008 will be the last year to arrange everything for you.

If you want out of the U.S. you must hurry up.

I always recommend Peru/Chile as hideouts.

These countries are going to remain stable when all others
will collapse.

In Europe I recommend Spain as it will be hit the least.

I have been doing research in this direction before the 9/11 event.

My Uncle is a mathematician and wrote a book in 2003 describing
exactly the consequenzes that are now taking shape.

We knew back then that the system needs a major correction
in directions, and we know that we are not the only "geniuses"
that must have notized.

I came to the conclusion that this failure was done at will.

This means a total collapse much worse then those of the last century.

Please take actions.
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Post  Lady on Fri Feb 29, 2008 11:08 pm

Dice ..... I have a passport, and I've thought of Peru as a future hideout.

I need to learn more Spanish.

I'll look into Chile, as well.

Gracias
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Post  Spock on Sat Mar 01, 2008 12:22 am

dice, can you elaborate a bit on why you think US and northern Europe will collapse?
and what are the sources of your information?
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Post  Guest on Sat Mar 08, 2008 7:59 pm

The following statement was originally posted on
, in response to the current US-backed campaign of destabilisation against the democratically-elected government of President Evo Morales, Bolivia’s first indigenous president, elected in December 2005 with just under 54% of the vote. Visit the site to add your name.

The democratically elected government of Bolivia’s first indigenous President Evo Morales Ayma, which is heading a process of democratic change, is Washington’s immediate target in Latin America today. Bolivia is in Washington’s sight, not only because it is viewed as the weakest link of the growing "axis of hope" in the region, but because of its role as a catalyst for inspiring the struggles of indigenous peoples, regionally and internationally, for real social justice.

The US government, in collaboration with the gas transnationals, large agribusiness and the old political class of Bolivia, organised through the so-called "civic" committees of the wealthy departments [states] of the Bolivian east, have already begun to set in motion their plan aimed at destabilising this government, potentially through a civil war as a pretext for foreign military intervention. This plan includes: the distribution of racist material inciting people to "bring down this Indian shit", provoking violent confrontations, US government funding of opposition political parties and organisations, mobilisation of fascist youth groups, and the smuggling in arms to the country, among others.

The majority of Bolivians have vested their hopes for democratic change in the Constituent Assembly — convoked on August 6, 2006, with the task of enshrining in a new constitution the vision of a new Bolivia that has emerged out of years of struggle against neoliberalism.

The majority of Bolivians have made clear what form they want this new Bolivia to take: a plurinational, democratic and communitarian state, which recuperates control over natural resources and recognises autonomy, within the framework of national unity, at the departmental, municipality and regional levels as well as for the 36 indigenous nations that make up Bolivia.

The old ruling elites, whose positions of economic and political power were based on centuries of racist, apartheid-like oppression of the indigenous peoples, are unwilling to accept even the tiniest reforms for the benefit of the indigenous majority, to accept the continuation, in any form, of this peaceful and democratic revolution even if it means drowning the country in blood.

It is crucial for the governments and peoples of the world to speak out against any attempts to trigger off a civil war, and any ensuing US/UN military occupation or military government, and reject the imposition of any illegitimate government in Bolivia.

Now is the time for all intellectuals, union militants, solidarity activists, political parties and progressive-minded individuals who believe in real justice and equality to raise their voices in defence of the Bolivian government and its people. No to US interference in Bolivia!

http://www.greenleft.org.au/2007/725/37606


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Post  Dice on Sat Mar 08, 2008 8:26 pm

Thanks for passing on - I've signed and posted it also in my Forum - VIVA BOLIVIA

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Post  Guest on Sat Mar 08, 2008 11:51 pm

SYN...CHRO......NIC....ITY......


GREAT DICE, ALRIGHT! Maybe now we can read it my dear.

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Post  Guest on Tue Mar 11, 2008 1:28 am

If people keep thinking like this, it's going to happen.

I had a feeling he would jump in a while back, now what is he up to..........

Can Gore Stop Hillary-Obama War?

With Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama bloodying each other in their battle for the Democratic presidential nomination, their party is out to "destroy itself" — but there’s one possible savior.

"If Al Gore can pull himself away from saving the planet long enough, he might want to consider rescuing the Democratic Party from the clutches of utter self-destruction," declares New York Post D.C. bureau chief Charles Hurt.
Current polls in states that are yet to hold their primary indicate that neither Clinton nor Obama will get the 2,025 delegates required to win the nomination before the party’s convention in August, according to a published report.
That means the two rivals will continue on the path to the convention viciously attacking each other while Republican nominee John McCain consolidates his support.

"Forget the red phone for a national security crisis. Where is the red phone for a political party trying to destroy itself?" Hurt writes.

"And where is the party leader with the respect, stature, wisdom and influence to answer the crisis phone?"
Hurt eliminates Bill Clinton ("slight conflict of interest"), Democratic National Committee Chairman Howard Dean

("virtually powerless"), Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid ("in a political pickle"), and several other prominent Democrats, and concludes:

"That leaves Al Gore as the only person with the experience to answer the red phone and force a peaceful end to this civil war.

"The inconvenient truth is that the red phone is now ringing and Al Gore hears it. The only question is whether he has the guts to pick it up."

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Post  Guest on Tue Mar 11, 2008 6:20 pm

THis may sound like just another controversy to be debunked, but..................
The mindblowing thing is that if it is the elite and all this hidden control, then in the end the U.S. may just have another white President again-Gore.

They get people thinking that oh, women(Hillary) or black (Obama) folks will have a chance. Yes, I understand they are puppets and want a piece as well, but behind all of it is another illusion.

They trick and get high hopes in people. One of their goals is to divide man and woman and black and white and all these other made races they made up and separated!!

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Post  Spock on Tue Mar 11, 2008 7:34 pm

I am not for or against either black or white, only against racially motivated rape and murder. A black president would mean more young White women could be raped or murdered... this is my concern...

As to woman president, i have no issue. But, i don't like Hitlery.

Perhaps all this is part of the grand plan... right into the demise of Amerika.
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Post  Guest on Wed Mar 12, 2008 4:58 pm

No never heard of it. Sounds like moi, I don't care about those who write laws. Laws are worthless and they know it.

There foaming at the mouth at wanting CONTROL is a major problem though, don't you think?

The trick is not to become like them. But it's too late, they have us hook line and sinker. Now we have to realize we can escape, most people don't do anything, because they are too comfortable.
Anyway I know you know all of this...........

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Post  Guest on Sat May 10, 2008 5:31 pm

Reasons for Hope:


The protests last fall brought a whole new generation of nonviolent activistsinto politics. Hundreds of thousands of new people are eager to take up the cause.
The brutality against monks, revered by all Burmese, was the last straw for the Burmese generals. They have now lost all legitimacy whatsoever with the people -- they are holed up in a jungle capital and rule by force of terror alone.
There are signs of dissension within the Burmese military, as some senior officers refused to crack down on the protesters.
2008 is going to be a big year for the Burmese democracy movement (ugh, but better than what they had). Plans are being made, the movement is thinking big and planning its return.




For decades, the nation of Burma has been ruled by a corrupt and brutal military dictatorship. Despite the awful risks, the Burmese people have repeatedly peacefully demonstrated in the streets, led in spirit by their last democratically elected leader, Aung San Suu Kyi, a woman who has been under house arrest for years.

Last fall, in the face of desperate poverty and continued repression, Burmese monks marched with hundreds of thousands of others asking for change. The world responded with a global outcry of solidarity.


The overall situation in Burma has deteriorated significantly since the protests. 80% of the leadership of the monk and student networks that led the protests have been caught and jailed. The remaining 20% are on the run, hiding in safe houses and constantly at risk. The Burmese generals have used torture extensively to work their way through these networks. They have also immediately and viciously cracked down on any street protests. The public protests have been smothered.

No dictatorship was ever overthrown without much sacrifice and long struggle. The Burmese have struggled for 20 years, they are fighting a long fight.
I wonder if this cyclone which has killed about 100,000people there was man made. This would smother any kind of protest. But we can't lack hope and there have been many protests and battles, as long as the dictatorship rules. Even if democritization is a ploy by the NWO, you do have a little bit more freedom with this kind of government. After awhile this form of ruling must be overthrown by protestors as well, because it's a form of hidden oppression.


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Post  Guest on Sun May 11, 2008 1:51 pm

THE WEATHER HAS CHANGED WORLDWIDE, FOR YA'LL WHO HAVEN'T NOTICED, IN SUBTLE WAYS AND ON DIFFERENT LEVELS.

THIS DISASTER IN BURMA COULD BE THE FIRST OF MANY "WIPING THE SLATE CLEAN" BY YOU KNOW WHO.

EDIT. THE NUMBERS OF VICTIMS HAVE INCREASED, MORE THAN 100,000.

TO PREVENT HELPING THESE PEOPLE IS THE REAL EVIL HERE!!

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Post  Guest on Wed Jul 02, 2008 2:07 pm

Was going to put under Matrix of Civilization but this one is more political...........

Some historians say that the Revolutionary War, the War of 1812, and the Civil War were fought over an attempt to control the issuance of America's currency. The Bank of England was determined to establish and control a central bank in the U.S. Finally, in 1913, the Federal Reserve Act was passed by our well intentioned politicians, creating a central bank for the U.S.-under the control of the Bank of England and its European based International Banking Cartel.
When the Federal Reserve System was established in 1913, the U.S. had no national debt. By the end of the century, all the taxes collected in the U.S. would not even cover the interest due on the national debt.
Kah reminds us of what Thomas Jefferson said when he first learned that Alexander Hamilton had been given a permit to establish a central bank. He said, "If the American people ever allow private banks to control the issue of their currency, first by inflation and then by deflation, the banks and the corporations that will grow up around them, will deprive the people of all property until their children wake up homeless on the continent their fathers conquered.'

And what do you know Abraham Lincolns quote was right on,"As a result of the war, corporations have been enthroned. And an era of corruption in high places will follow and the money power of the country will endeavor to prolong its reign by working on the prejudices of the people until wealth is aggregated in the hands of a few and the Republic is destroyed."
In 1913, Colonel Edward Mandell House, a secret representative of the International Banking Cartel, persuaded President Woodrow Wilson to support and sign the Federal Reserve Act into law. Some years later, President Wilson admitted, "I have unwittingly ruined my country."
In 1912, Colonel House published a novel called, Philip Dru, Administrator, wherein he laid out a plan to bring America into a New World Order. He wrote, "America is the most undemocratic of the democratic nations......Our Constitution and our laws served us well for the first hundred years of our existence, but under the conditions of today they are not only obsolete, but even grotesque."

His book tells of a bloody revolution in the U.S. wherein the "Socialism of Karl Marx" would be established. Colonel House wished the same for Russia. And that revolution came in 1917-only five years after the publication of his book.

Gary Kah reports that by the middle of the 1980’s, some 20 states had passed legislation calling for an audit of the Federal Reserve System-or for a repeal of the Federal Reserve Act. But did you hear about this in the media? No. The big networks are effectively controlled by this powerful and fabulously wealthy secret society.

By the late 1980s the battle was once again taken to the floor of the U.S. Congress. House Resolution 1469 called for the abolition of the Open Market Committee of the Federal Reserve System, and the House Resolution 1470 called for a repeal of the Federal Reserve Act of 1913. Another House Resolution called for an annual audit of the Federal Reserve. But again, the all failed.
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Post  Spock on Wed Jul 02, 2008 7:20 pm

Yes, i know ocelotl.

The main reason for the civil war was over the soverignty of the states.
Lincoln consolated the powers and created a CORPORATION (in D.C.) under English Law.
In my mind he was a tratior of USA.

Another words, he f*cked up!

Since then the we have had two forms of government existing simulataneously.
Confusing? i think that was intentional.
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Post  Guest on Wed Jul 02, 2008 10:32 pm


Oh, yes, I'm sure you know and things don't look too good and what the new phase of the NWO will be looking like. Oh and it seems like the brothers Lincoln and Jefferson f&(*%## up! real bad.

YOU can just see it. The one's with greed in their eyes, especially those scientists(I already see them salivating on other forums) will say, "Oh the future will never be better, because you can have all the powers you want, getting chipped and genetically modified." (They don't say it that way they say, instead for those with no limbs etc....)
They say, Let's do this for all those sick people!!!(Of course echelons that got them sick in the first place!/create problem, have an instant, miraculous solution!) ""THey would be so much better and they would love the new science, they will get hooked right away, as they already have a slave mentality anyway!! ""
And I know that almost everyone will fall for this!!Man I don't like this dream I'm in!!!
THE NEW FUTURE OF THE NWO!!!!

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Post  Guest on Wed Jul 02, 2008 11:43 pm

Perhaps Revelation in the bible is the echelons old encryptions for their future plans, the future being now.........
Some 2500 years ago, the prophet Daniel wrote about a coming world government headed up by the antichrist. He used several metaphors to describe Lucifer’s plan to enslave mankind. Daniel called this world government “a dreadful beast with ten horns” rising out of the sea of humanity. Then he described another “little horn” which would arise and conquer three of the first horns.

In Revelation 13:1 this beast is said to have seven heads along with its ten horns. The biblical view of the prophecy tells of seven heads, ten horns, and a little horn who will pluck up three horns by the roots. These numbers are fascinating in the light of modern developments toward a New World Order.

The Council on Foreign Relations established the United Nations to be the catalyst upon which world government will eventually emerge. More than 160 nations now belong to the UN, maybe more now? Corresponding quite nicely to a prophetic “sea” of humanity.
The Club of Rome was organized in 1968 to oversee the unification of the entire world. On Sept. 17, 1973, the Club of Rome released a report wherein it proposed to divide the world into 10 divisions of our world 10 “kingdoms”. It seems to correspond quite nicely to the 10 horns on the beast in the Books of Daniel and Revelation.

Also in 1973, the Trilateral Commission was established, bringing the leaders of the three richest nations in the world together to foster a new era of “global economic interdependence” Japan and the U.S., along with Great Britain, represent the most powerful industrial base in the history of mankind. Each of these three nations funs their gigantic corporate structure and industrial base with a colossal stock market-the London Stock Exchange, the New York Stock Exchange, and the Tokyo Stock Exchange This was written in the early 1990’s, their plan have altered since then

Since, 1973, the Trilateral Commission has evolved into the G7. The Far East dominated by Japan, now has spread to China. The Western hemisphere is spearheaded by the U.S., and Canada. Europe is represented by Britain, Germany, France and Italy.
These seven nations (as we know already) seem to correspond quite nicely to the prophetic “seven heads” on the creature in the Bible. As for the 10 nations in the Common Market that was the past, there are more now.
Perhaps the unification of Europe (as we are now witnessing) will fulfill the prophetic scenario by providing a platform for Daniel’s “little horn” to rise to power. According to the prophet, the Antichrist will destroy three nations. He will pluck up three horns by the roots.

If the Antichrist comes from a family of European monarchs-he could rise from the ranks of the European-based International Banking Cartel. He could be guiding the trilateral nations and their partners to establish a new world order, based upon the 10 divisions of the world suggested by the Club of Rome, then step forward to foreclose on these three richest nations by collapsing their colossal stock markets. (We see this happening as we speak).

So, why will the Antichrist foreclose on England, Japan and the U.S.? Because the world’s three richest nations will soon owe more money to the International Banking Cartel than they can collect taxes to cover their payments. AND HOW WILL THEY DO THAT? By instituting the prophetic “MARK OF THE BEAST”
In Daniel 7:23 we are given details of the prophetic scenario…..”The fourth beast shall be the fourth kingdom upon earth, which shall be diverse from all kingdoms (another Atlantis?), and shall devour the whole earth, and shall tread it down, and break it to pieces.”

First of all, this kingdom will be different from all kingdoms. This could be referring to a New World Order using the UN as a power base to divide the entire world into 10 economic and political divisions.

Secondly, this kingdom will devour the whole earth-not just Europe. It appears to be larger in scope than just the development of a United Europe. According to the prophecy the kingdom will last only three and one-half years-the last half of the predicted seven years of Tribulation.

Then third, this kingdom will break the world into pieces. This so called New World Order will utterly fail to unite the world. Once these super rich mega bankers have control of all nations, they won’t know what to do with them. Society will fragment and revolt (unless they turn us into chipped androids first?) Or the return of Jesus or a savior(s) will occur like the prophecy says.

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Post  Guest on Wed Jul 02, 2008 11:54 pm

And what about 911? HERE THIS FROM THE HORSES MOUTH!!
[color=green]TThe entire theme of George Bush’s address to a joint session of Congress on September 11, 1990, was the “NEW WORLD ORDER”.
Bush said, “Speaking of the Persian Gulf crisis, Bush warned, “This is the first assaulton the new world we seek, the first test of our mettle.”
HE THEN SUMMED UP,”A NEW WORLD ORDER” MAY EMERGE FROM THE CRISIS IN WHICH THE WORLD IS”FREER FROM THE THREAT OF TERROR, STRONGER IN THE PURSUIT OF JUSTICE AND MORE SECURE IN THE QUEST FOR PEACE……….”Bush had just returned from a summit meeting in Russia. He said the meeting laid the groundwork for “a new partnership” between Moscow and Washington, which would play a key role in a “new world order”. (This was in the 1990’s, don’t know if they got in a fight and are still bed buddies)

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Post  Guest on Thu Jul 03, 2008 12:18 am

Just wanted to mention now that the IBC has got what they wanted from the U.S and Europe they will get rid of us(through health and whatnot already), I hear they are building prisons in America.

Weishaupt said that to achieve One World Government, his conspirators would have to infiltrate every agency of government. They first used Masonic lodges to institute their plan. By sitting in the top seats of all governments, Illuminati agents eventually guided nations toward their”Novus Ordo Seclorum”.

This had been the goal of the IBC(international banking cartel). Gary Allen’s book, None Dare Call it Conspiracy, wrote:
Communism is not a movement of the downtrodden masses but is a movement created, manipulated and used by power-seeking billionaires to gain control over the world……..first by establishing socialist governments in the various nations and then consolidating them all through a “Great Merger”, into an all powerful world socialist super-state, probably under the auspices of the UN.
Were the IBC pulling the strings that controlled the affairs of communism? The leaders of Russia, China, Cuba and other Socialist nations worked hand in hand with the super rich IBC.

The CFR‘s(Council on Foreign Relations) Study No. 7, published November 25, 1959, openly declared its true purpose……..building a New International Order must be responsive to world aspirations for peace for social economic change……….an international order…….(N.W.O)including states labeling themselves as ‘Socialist‘.

The first attempt in the 20th century to unite the world followed the close of WWI. President Wilson on January 8, 1918, laid out a 14 point plan to Congress for lasting peace. Within this package of world peace was a neatly hidden plan to get all nations to give up their sovereignty. It was labeled the “LEAGUE OF NATIONS”.
WWI became the tool to frighten war-weary people into believing that all governments could unite into a N.W.O. (new world order) and put a stop to all wars. The League of Nations could work to achieve world peace and security. But the Congress and Senate would not agree to it. By the end of WWII, however, their proposed world parliament finally became a reality: THE UNITED NATIONS.
In 1973, the HUMANIST MANIFESTO II was signed by famous and influential people:

[quote]” We deplore the division of humankind on nationalistic grounds. We have reached a turning point in human history where the best option is to transcend the limits of national sovereignty to move toward the building of a world community….a system of world law and world order based upon transnational federal government.”(Sounds like Star Trek. I understand how coming together can create world peace, but not like this!!)

This was some history in a nutshell for ya’ll who are newbies…………and who didn’t learn about this in civics class.

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Post  Guest on Thu Jul 03, 2008 12:41 am

And last but not least.......
Well it looks like we already have a one world currency………….

Does the new “rainbow colored” currency have a blank spot on the face of it comparing to all the other currencies in the world. The IBC could eventually use that blank area for an overprint, making all currencies of equal value. The new U.S. currency (amero?) may soon provide that blank spot with a watermark.
In the book, The Art of Paper Currency, all currencies are noted as having blank spaces over a watermark on each bill. Furthermore, all nations sported a rainbow of colors-all but the U.S. Federal Reserve note.

And all the bills look the same, no matter whether it’s from a democratic or communist country and all the middle eastern nations. Why would the Federal Reserve want to redesign the currency so soon after the 1991 changes? For the coming one world currency.

Back in the early 1970’s, Congressman Ron Paul and others began to warn about the threat of a new currency. They stirred up such a commotion, the Feds ran for cover. Yet the Feds claimed that counterfeiting was the main reason for its proposed designed changes.

No vote was taken in the Congress to approve or disprove the currency design, though the constitution of the U.S. declares that Congress and Congress alone has the authority to create money and regulate the value of it.
Back in 1991, when IRAN (now U.S/UN in a possible war with!) was accused of ALL this counterfeiting. (yeah done on high tech printing presses bought from U.S) by Iran once again the bad boy. So this so called fed created crisis ended up in a new currency.

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Post  Guest on Thu Jul 03, 2008 1:03 am

Interesting synchronicity Kris................
Believe it or not I try to stay away from all these things, but I heard that Ron Paul quit running for President, a week or two ago, and in my dreams I went ballistic, which I haven’t done in a while.
Then I JUST NOW read a post on another forum about Ron Paul’s new announcement AND IT IS ALMOST EXACTLY WHAT I JUST HAVE BEEN POSTING ABOUT……….bizarre.
Hope you don’t mind I post it here……………..

The following statement is written by Congressman Paul about the pending financial disaster. He will introduce this statement as a special order and insert it into the Congressional Record next week. Fortunately, we have the opportunity to debut it first on the Campaign for Liberty blog. It reads as follows:

I have, for the past 35 years, expressed my grave concern for the future of America. The course we have taken over the past century has threatened our liberties, security and prosperity. In spite of these long-held concerns, I have days—growing more frequent all the time—when I’m convinced the time is now upon us that some Big Events are about to occur. These fast-approaching events will not go unnoticed. They will affect all of us. They will not be limited to just some areas of our country. The world economy and political system will share in the chaos about to be unleashed.

Though the world has long suffered from the senselessness of wars that should have been avoided, my greatest fear is that the course on which we find ourselves will bring even greater conflict and economic suffering to the innocent people of the world—unless we quickly change our ways.

America, with her traditions of free markets and property rights, led the way toward great wealth and progress throughout the world as well as at home. Since we have lost our confidence in the principles of liberty, self reliance, hard work and frugality, and instead took on empire building, financed through inflation and debt, all this has changed. This is indeed frightening and an historic event.

The problem we face is not new in history. Authoritarianism has been around a long time. For centuries, inflation and debt have been used by tyrants to hold power, promote aggression, and provide “bread and circuses” for the people. The notion that a country can afford “guns and butter” with no significant penalty existed even before the 1960s when it became a popular slogan. It was then, though, we were told the Vietnam War and a massive expansion of the welfare state were not problems. The seventies proved that assumption wrong.

Today things are different from even ancient times or the 1970s. There is something to the argument that we are now a global economy. The world has more people and is more integrated due to modern technology, communications, and travel. If modern technology had been used to promote the ideas of liberty, free markets, sound money and trade, it would have ushered in a new golden age—a globalism we could accept.

Instead, the wealth and freedom we now enjoy are shrinking and rest upon a fragile philosophic infrastructure. It is not unlike the levies and bridges in our own country that our system of war and welfare has caused us to ignore.

I’m fearful that my concerns have been legitimate and may even be worse than I first thought. They are now at our doorstep. Time is short for making a course correction before this grand experiment in liberty goes into deep hibernation.

There are reasons to believe this coming crisis is different and bigger than the world has ever experienced. Instead of using globalism in a positive fashion, it’s been used to globalize all of the mistakes of the politicians, bureaucrats and central bankers.

Being an unchallenged sole superpower was never accepted by us with a sense of humility and respect. Our arrogance and aggressiveness have been used to promote a world empire backed by the most powerful army of history. This type of globalist intervention creates problems for all citizens of the world and fails to contribute to the well-being of the world’s populations. Just think how our personal liberties have been trashed here at home in the last decade.

The financial crisis, still in its early stages, is apparent to everyone: gasoline prices over $4 a gallon; skyrocketing education and medical-care costs; the collapse of the housing bubble; the bursting of the NASDAQ bubble; stockmarkets plunging; unemployment rising;, massive underemployment; excessive government debt; and unmanageable personal debt. Little doubt exists as to whether we’ll get stagflation. The question that will soon be asked is: When will the stagflation become an inflationary depression?

There are various reasons that the world economy has been globalized and the problems we face are worldwide. We cannot understand what we’re facing without understanding fiat money and the long-developing dollar bubble.

There were several stages. From the inception of the Federal Reserve System in 1913 to 1933, the Central Bank established itself as the official dollar manager. By 1933, Americans could no longer own gold, thus removing restraint on the Federal Reserve to inflate for war and welfare.

By 1945, further restraints were removed by creating the Bretton-Woods Monetary System making the dollar the reserve currency of the world. This system lasted up until 1971. During the period between 1945 and 1971, some restraints on the Fed remained in place. Foreigners, but not Americans, could convert dollars to gold at $35 an ounce. Due to the excessive dollars being created, that system came to an end in 1971.

It’s the post Bretton-Woods system that was responsible for globalizing inflation and markets and for generating a gigantic worldwide dollar bubble. That bubble is now bursting, and we’re seeing what it’s like to suffer the consequences of the many previous economic errors.

Ironically in these past 35 years, we have benefited from this very flawed system. Because the world accepted dollars as if they were gold, we only had to counterfeit more dollars, spend them overseas (indirectly encouraging our jobs to go overseas as well) and enjoy unearned prosperity. Those who took our dollars and gave us goods and services were only too anxious to loan those dollars back to us. This allowed us to export our inflation and delay the consequences we now are starting to see.

But it was never destined to last, and now we have to pay the piper. Our huge foreign debt must be paid or liquidated. Our entitlements are coming due just as the world has become more reluctant to hold dollars. The consequence of that decision is price inflation in this country—and that’s what we are witnessing today. Already price inflation overseas is even higher than here at home as a consequence of foreign central bank’s willingness to monetize our debt.

Printing dollars over long periods of time may not immediately push prices up–yet in time it always does. Now we’re seeing catch-up for past inflating of the monetary supply. As bad as it is today with $4 a gallon gasoline, this is just the beginning. It’s a gross distraction to hound away at “drill, drill, drill” as a solution to the dollar crisis and high gasoline prices. Its okay to let the market increase supplies and drill, but that issue is a gross distraction from the sins of deficits and Federal Reserve monetary shenanigans.

This bubble is different and bigger for another reason. The central banks of the world secretly collude to centrally plan the world economy. I’m convinced that agreements among central banks to “monetize” U.S. debt these past 15 years have existed, although secretly and out of the reach of any oversight of anyone—especially the U.S. Congress that doesn’t care, or just flat doesn’t understand. As this “gift” to us comes to an end, our problems worsen. The central banks and the various governments are very powerful, but eventually the markets overwhelm when the people who get stuck holding the bag (of bad dollars) catch on and spend the dollars into the economy with emotional zeal, thus igniting inflationary fever.

This time—since there are so many dollars and so many countries involved—the Fed has been able to “paper” over every approaching crisis for the past 15 years, especially with Alan Greenspan as Chairman of the Federal Reserve Board, which has allowed the bubble to become history’s greatest.

The mistakes made with excessive credit at artificially low rates are huge, and the market is demanding a correction. This involves excessive debt, misdirected investments, over-investments, and all the other problems caused by the government when spending the money they should never have had. Foreign militarism, welfare handouts and $80 trillion entitlement promises are all coming to an end. We don’t have the money or the wealth-creating capacity to catch up and care for all the needs that now exist because we rejected the market economy, sound money, self reliance and the principles of liberty.

Since the correction of all this misallocation of resources is necessary and must come, one can look for some good that may come as this “Big Even” unfolds.

There are two choices that people can make. The one choice that is unavailable to us is to limp along with the status quo and prop up the system with more debt, inflation and lies. That won’t happen.

One of the two choices, and the one chosen so often by government in the past is that of rejecting the principles of liberty and resorting to even bigger and more authoritarian government. Some argue that giving dictatorial powers to the President, just as we have allowed him to run the American empire, is what we should do. That’s the great danger, and in this post-911 atmosphere, too many Americans are seeking safety over freedom. We have already lost too many of our personal liberties already. Real fear of economic collapse could prompt central planners to act to such a degree that the New Deal of the 30’s might look like Jefferson’s Declaration of Independence.

The more the government is allowed to do in taking over and running the economy, the deeper the depression gets and the longer it lasts. That was the story of the 30ss and the early 40s, and the same mistakes are likely to be made again if we do not wake up.

But the good news is that it need not be so bad if we do the right thing. I saw “Something Big” happening in the past 18 months on the campaign trail. I was encouraged that we are capable of waking up and doing the right thing. I have literally met thousands of high school and college kids who are quite willing to accept the challenge and responsibility of a free society and reject the cradle-to-grave welfare that is promised them by so many do-good politicians.

If more hear the message of liberty, more will join in this effort. The failure of our foreign policy, welfare system, and monetary policies and virtually all government solutions are
so readily apparent, it doesn’t take that much convincing. But the positive message of how freedom works and why it’s possible is what is urgently needed.

One of the best parts of accepting self reliance in a free society is that true personal satisfaction with one’s own life can be achieved. This doesn’t happen when the government assumes the role of guardian, parent or provider, because it eliminates a sense of pride. But the real problem is the government can’t provide the safety and economic security that it claims. The so-called good that government claims it can deliver is always achieved at the expense of someone else’s freedom. It’s a failed system and the young people know it.

Restoring a free society doesn’t eliminate the need to get our house in order and to pay for the extravagant spending. But the pain would not be long-lasting if we did the right things, and best of all the empire would have to end for financial reasons. Our wars would stop, the attack on civil liberties would cease, and prosperity would return. The choices are clear: it shouldn’t be difficult, but the big event now unfolding gives us a great opportunity to reverse the tide and resume the truly great American Revolution started in 1776. Opportunity knocks in spite of the urgency and the dangers we face.

Let’s make “Something Big is Happening” be the discovery that freedom works and is popular and the big economic and political event we’re witnessing is a blessing in disguise http://www.campaignforliberty.com/blog/?p=115


owww, I hope this last sentence doesn't mean he approves this new globalism of the NWO. And that all their economic/political events/crisis are blessings in disguise! What a contradiction after all he mentioned above. Oh no..... is he just a ploy to get us all ready for this, he is supposed to be the opposition!! Very strange mind game and optical delusion.


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Oh and one of my million theories had just surfaced............when I was quoting the bible......
The echelons Jesus who will return according to the bible, will perhaps be the leader of the aliens (of all these UFO sightings occuring now), which might just all be staged by the echelons in the first place.

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