Monday, October 13, 2008

Bernanke’s helicopter has been REPLACED with C130 cargo planes and B1 bombers to rain cash down

Financial Markets Crash Greatest Opportunity in History!

Monetary Tsunami Unfolding! Since the newsletter of September 15 th , entitled “ Monetary Flooding Anticipated” , approximately 7 trillion dollars worth of G7 currencies have been manufactured “out of thin air” to underpin the morally and fiscally BANKRUPT financial enterprises and G7 governments. It is but a down payment on the ultimate price. Bernanke's helicopter has been REPLACED with C130 cargo planes and B1 bombers to rain cash down on the economy and banking system. It is but the beginning of the greatest reflation exercise in history and it will DWARF the previous reflation by Alan Greenscam, er Greenspan in 2001 through 2003, as it will be WORLDWIDE in scope. Everyone knows of the recent bankruptcy of the banking system in Iceland . It is but the first domino of many

Posted by malct @ 04:08 PM (1370 views)
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15 thoughts on “Bernanke’s helicopter has been REPLACED with C130 cargo planes and B1 bombers to rain cash down

  • Whostolemyendowment says:

    So what about those countries outside the G7, and weaker countries within the EU?

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  • mountain goat says:

    Great interactive graphic here on the progress of this bear market compared to previous ones. I think we due a nice dead cat bounce.

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  • Ty Andros predicts hyperinflation for the US dollar, and by association, the UK pound.

    So why does the market in UK Treasury Index-linked Gilts disagree with him?

    All I-L Gilts with maturity dates from 2011 to 2035 are dropping in price like stones.

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  • Looks like blatant share price ramping. I saw the same in the middle of the dot.com crash.

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  • mountain goat says:

    Loved this bit from the Market Oracle article “But keep in mind that public servants and central bankers have survival instincts and when a gun is pointed at there collective heads: They will duck, and let YOU take the bullet for their actions.”

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  • theboltonfury says:

    but actual money will not increase. The stuff that you and I use.

    the zero’s on a few computers will increase to deal with this.

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  • the ‘monopoly money’ that they’ve been destroying (writing off) [admiting never existed]

    will simply be replaced by even more of our common wealth

    sorry, is being replaced

    OK some of it already has been replaced

    wealth extraction from us to them

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  • Not sure about the political bias of this article, though apart from that it’s pretty good. Seems to me like the bubble has more to do with the internal workings of the financial markets than anything the politicos have come up with, or ideology, apart from deregulation which has enabled those internal workings to let rip unchecked. And that push for deregulation is coming from capitalist ideology, not socialist, if anything, though those terms are probably too broad brush to be at all enlightening.

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  • some bright spark suggested today that in five years time our bank shares may be worth 10% more, so we may earn £3.7bn

    He conveniently failed to mention the interest we will have to pay on our loan.

    Now let me see £37bn over five years, (insurance, key man insurance etc)

    wow, that’s a great deal for the tax payer then?

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  • last_days_of_disco says:

    Run away, run away!

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  • “Why should everything done by the banks be covered with secrecy?”
    William Manley German, House of Commons, December 1913, Hansard.

    2. Banking: My great grand-father, William Manley German and his fellow
    parliamentarian, The Honorable H. R. Emmerson were among the few courageous
    opponents to the changes to our banking system. Emmerson said in the House,
    regarding banking and the powers granted to great corporations: “I start
    out with this proposition: That the Bank Act, as it has been on the statute
    book for the past decade, has resulted in the creation of the most powerful
    monopoly that exists in Canada today. Not only is it powerful, but there is
    no greater nor more tyrannical combine. Tyranny is breathed in every
    paragraph of the bank bill under consideration (renewal of charters). The
    Canadian Bankers’ Association is not as most other associations. They have
    powers that no other body in this country has in matters of bank trade
    within their jurisdiction.They have powers which are autocratic in
    themselves and in their exercise.”

    Scarcity is alien to the original creation and it is ungodly. God’s
    providence is such that the creation is fruitful beyond any human
    calculation. Yet, now, scarcity reigns throughout the world. Canada and the
    United States were once unencumbered and bountiful to the point of massive
    savings and surpluses, but, now, the pricing systems have us as ‘dummied
    down’ as the rest of the world. These pricing systems result from central
    or cartel banking systems.

    The actions of The Bank of Canada, & The Federal Reserve Board have, as we
    shall see, proven to be the first cause in the death of our economies.

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  • planning4acrash says:

    Wonderful Malct, wonderful. Please add sources 4 peeps to read. You’ve obv been doing some wonderful reading. Making up 4 all those years wasted in state school!

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  • p4ac – you know you are so right, here I am @ a certain age still trying to compensate for sleeping through gramer skule.

    seriously, not that that wasn’t, I spread a few quotes about all from the same Canadian source whilst still part of the empire.

    If anyone is interested enough they can google it, it’s more fun that way. But here’s the link, shut your eyes if you want to find it for yourself

    http://www.oicu2.com/afc/Centralbanking.html

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  • planning4acrash says:

    I can’t believe the doublethink (read 1984) on London Lite, Brown says, bankers Shld forget their bonus, whilst he gives then £37bn if that aint a bonus, then i’m off to ask for a banker style paycut! Do we need a newspeak dictionary?! Thanks Orwell x

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  • p4ac – reflections on state schooling

    I came out of grammar school in 1963 with weak passes in eng lang and geog only – they didn’t appreciate my thesis on tesla.

    which basically means that in my life since then I have been fully qualified to find my way around England and if I ever got stuck I was duly qualified to ask the indigeguhtydd – local population for directions – so I did – they didn’t understand me because of my Geordie accent which is not evident currently, here. Must go now before google send me details of their new addon which is meant to help avoid emailing and posting when pi$$ed – I’m not but I will be. switching off now.

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