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PostPosted: Thu Nov 12, 2009 8:54 pm    Post subject: Audio : The NWO & Economy - Status Reports Reply with quote

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The Beautiful Truth Show - 13th November, 2009

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We Must Protect Our Nation From Enemies Foreign And Domestic:

Leaked Citibank Memo to Clients

Largest bank in the world tells its richest investors that democracy as we know it is about to give way to a plutonomy - the company's own choice of words - which means that the power and influence within a nation is given to its wealthiest of wealthiest.

For clarification, the memo points out that the richest 1% of the population had at that time amassed more wealth than the lowest 95% of the population put together.

In a report called "The Plutonomy Symposium Rising Tides Lifting Yachts," Ajay Kapur, Citigroup's global strategist, says the balance sheets of the rich are "in great shape, and will get much better," which is why he recommends going out and buying stocks of companies that cater to that very select market.

For anyone not familair with the Definition of Putonomy: n. An economy that is driven by or that disproportionately benefits wealthy people, or one where the creation of wealth is the principal goal.

READ THIS PRIVATE CITIBANK REPORT:

http://breakfornews.com/offsitearchive/Citigroup-Plutonomy-Report-Part-1.pdf



READ MORE:

http://breakfornews.com/offsitearchive/Citigroup-Plutonomy-Report-Part-1.pdf


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http://www.scribd.com/doc/6674234/Citigroup-Oct-16-2005-Plutonomy-Report-Part-1

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$2.5 Trillion - That’s The Size Of The Global Oil Scam
http://bit.ly/2lDgAI

Vietnam Lifts Ban And Allows Import Of Unlimited Quantities Of Gold
http://www.marketskeptics.com/2009/11/vietnam-lifts-ban-and-allows-import-of.html

RIP The Private Sector Economy
http://www.gold-eagle.com/editorials_08/summers110509.html

Harvest From Hell VS USDA's "Biggest Crop Ever"
http://www.marketskeptics.com/2009/11/harvest-from-hell-vs-usdas-biggest-crop.html

2009 Has Been Nightmare For Farmers
http://www.marketskeptics.com/2009/11/2009-has-been-nightmare-for-farmers.html

You've Been Bamboozled, Hoodwinked and Lied To!
Here's the Proof. What Are You Going to Do About It?
http://www.safehaven.com/showarticle.cfm?id=14976&pv=1

Why the US Will Still be the Only Superpower in 2030, v2.0
http://www.singularity2050.com/2008/06/why-the-us-will-still-be-the-only-superpower-in-2030-v20.html

Anti-Statism in America
http://www.tnr.com/article/anti-statism-america

Dear Prudence, Won't You Come Out To Play?
http://www.gold-eagle.com/gold_digest_08/ci110109.html

Independents Swing Right
http://www.rightsidenews.com/200911077181/politics-and-economics/independents-swing-right.html

Taliban force a China switch
http://www.atimes.com/atimes/China/KC06Ad01.html

Beijing's derivative default stance rattles banks
http://www.reuters.com/article/rbssBanks/idUSSP47327420090831

Chinese derivatives rules hit global banks
http://creditriskchronicles.blogspot.com/2009/11/chinese-derivatives-rules-hit-global.html

Did the U.S. Pressure the IEA Over Oil Supply Forecasts and Why?
http://www.zerohedge.com/article/did-us-pressure-iea-over-oil-supply-forecasts-and-why


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PostPosted: Fri Nov 13, 2009 9:29 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Great Audio as usual Fintan. Interesting to hear you describe how the big world players have some internal conflict as there not marching as in sync with the centralizing NWO beat. The chaos that ensues from that development could bring some positive order?

On the inflation/deflation argument. I still imagine it's gonna be a mixture as the powers love volatility. So they could sike out/stop out a lot of big competitors with a short lived deflation spike with dollar crushing other fiat currencies and then follow that up with a long winded commodity boom with even fewer big players left seems real plausible. Still looking for the confirmation signs of whatever is to come.

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PostPosted: Fri Nov 13, 2009 10:45 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Thanks again Fintan. I l wonder where I would be had you not started to open my eyes a few years back. The "death of the private sector" link is also excellent.

One item in the story -"The US Government currently accounts for 18% of US incomes" interests me. Add to this 18% all those millions who are otherwise on the "Federal dole" in one form or another and you are confronted with the sad reality of why there will never be a popular overthrow of these master criminals.
Another interesting point:

[quote]For starters, we've pointed out that REAL US incomes have declined roughly 40% since their peak in the early '70s (which is why it now takes two working parents to make ends meet). Which is, of course, the whole reason for the 'femnist'(LOL) movement.

I have adopted, long ago, the policy of doing the best I can on my own by staying out of 'their'way and not even letting 'them' know that I exist. It is still possible to have a very nice life this way!
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PostPosted: Sat Nov 14, 2009 3:01 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

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Obama favours China over India in Afghan gameplan



Venkatesan Vembu / DNA
Saturday, November 14, 2009 1:38 IST


Hong Kong: As US president Barack Obama began his maiden tour of Asia on Friday, struggling to articulate a coherent US strategy in war-weary Afghanistan, there are growing signs that he may be looking to get a reluctant China to contribute more to the re-building effort there.

Such a move could have negative implications for India's interests in Afghanistan, to defend which it has paid a high 'blood price', strategic affairs analysts told DNA.

A team of US officials headed by Richard Holbrooke, US ambassador for Af-Pak affairs, is in Beijing days ahead of Obama's visit to China as part of an eight-day tour of Asia, which began on Friday. "I hope they're not just trading notes; I hope the Americans are asking China to do more in Afghanistan," says David Shambaugh, director of the China Policy Program at the George Washington University and a visiting scholar at the Beijing-based China Academy of Social Sciences.

China, he adds, has "a great deal" to contribute in the civilian and domestic security space in Afghani-stan -- in training the police force and building infrastructure such as schools, "both of which the Chinese do very well".

That, he reasons, would free up overstretched Nato troops to carry out their military mission more effectively.

In recent weeks, the Obama administration has been grappling with a decision on the wisdom of sending up to 40,000 additional troops to Afghanistan, even as attacks by jihadi and Taliban forces have escalated in intensity in both Afghanistan and Pakistan. In Tokyo on Friday, Japanese prime minister Yukio Hatoyama announced at a joint news conference with Obama that his government would end Japan's Indian Ocean refuelling mission that support US-led forces in Afghanistan, but would contribute to infrastructure building and training efforts.

Shambaugh concedes that India might be "concerned" if China does go into Afghanistan. "But on the other hand, India is also concerned about the Taliban and the radical Islamicisation of the neighbourhood... So to the extent that Afghanistan is stabilised, it serves India's long-term national security interest. And if China can contribute to that, India ought to be receptive to it."

However, analysts say that that's an overly benign characterisation of China's possible involvement - even though China has so far been reluctant to get drawn into the Afghan mission (since it's not mandated by the UN). "The Obama administration is practically rolling out an Afghan red carpet for China," points out a Singapore-based analyst. "That is potentially bad news for India, which has paid a huge blood price for its strategic foothold in Afghanistan."

China's strategic interest in Afghanistan is closely aligned with that of Pakistan, which has been accused of undermining the Afghan government's authority and masterminding the attacks on the Indian embassy in Kabul. And China, the analyst points out, "has sought to draw specious connections between the Afghan problem and the Kashmir issue." For the Obama administration to now invite China into Afghanistan "is to give someone who's had a free ride until now the keys to the kingdom".
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China's strategic interest in Afghanistan is closely aligned with that of Pakistan, which has been accused of undermining the Afghan government's authority and masterminding the attacks on the Indian embassy in Kabul. And China, the analyst points out, "has sought to draw specious connections between the Afghan problem and the Kashmir issue." For the Obama administration to now invite China into Afghanistan "is to give someone who's had a free ride until now the keys to the kingdom".


Interesting as I was just talking to a guy from India as he was telling me about the big distintions between India and China as India is not as reliant on the outside countries; while China is obviously tied to the US. Hmmm...India's self sufficiency must be a threat to China's US reliance. Wonder if the two emergin super powers will one day be at odds with each other as NWO needs division to keep there game of control in play? Maybe; a better question is whether they can find harmony and work together to uplift humanity over getting swept into same old divide and conquer chaos.

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PostPosted: Sat Nov 14, 2009 5:33 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

From what I have gathered from friends who have visited India it is a booming mecca of free enterprise. Several of my friends - Brits, Swedes, etc - spend time there. Don't know even one single soul who has ever esnted to visit China, let alone sing it's praises.

I knew personally only one person who was there, Nancy Reagan's hairdresser(Julius Bengston) who traveled with the Reagans there in 1984. His opinion: "absolutely horrible, a shit-hole, like the stone age". He said the Reagans' suite looked like a motel 6 that had not been redecorated since 1950.
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Seems to me that all of China's money, at least in previous years(the same today) came from the pockets of US tax-slavers. AKA 'credits' from the IMF, etc - which are just confusing names to describe money supplied by US tax-slavers. Am I correct on this?
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A team of US officials headed by Richard Holbrooke, US ambassador for Af-Pak affairs, is in Beijing days ahead of Obama's visit to China as part of an eight-day tour of Asia, which began on Friday. "I hope they're not just trading notes; I hope the Americans are asking China to do more in Afghanistan," says David Shambaugh, director of the China Policy Program at the George Washington University and a visiting scholar at the Beijing-based China Academy of Social Sciences.

Good find, which tends to confirm that the Obama-Jintao
meeting will be pivotal for economic and military affairs.

If so, it looks like cards on the table time:

Courtesy of GaryGo in the Afghan thread
we see China staking it's position firmly:

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China to NATO Alliance:
End War in Afghanistan Now


By Richard Walker

As NATO struggles to keep its members committed to the war in Afghanistan, China has called for the U.S. and its allies to declare an end to the war and withdraw.

China’s first public comments on the conflict were made in an article in China Daily, the government-run newspaper. The author was Li Quinggong, deputy general of the country’s National Security Policy Studies. He described the Afghan conflict as the “anti-terror war begun by President Bush in 2001” and said it had been “the source of ceaseless turbulence and violence.”

He suggested that if NATO were to withdraw it could be replaced by an international peacekeeping force to help the Afghan government and its security forces “exercise effective control over domestic unrest and maintain peace and security.”....

http://breakfornews.com/forum/viewtopic.php?p=60579#60579

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A team of US officials headed by Richard Holbrooke, US ambassador for Af-Pak affairs, is in Beijing days ahead of Obama's visit to China as part of an eight-day tour of Asia, which began on Friday. "I hope they're not just trading notes; I hope the Americans are asking China to do more in Afghanistan," says David Shambaugh, director of the China Policy Program at the George Washington University and a visiting scholar at the Beijing-based China Academy of Social Sciences.

Good find, which tends to confirm that the Obama-Jintao
meeting will be pivotal for economic and military affairs.

If so, it looks like cards on the table time:

Courtesy of GaryGo in the Afghan thread
we see China staking it's position firmly:

Quote:
China to NATO Alliance:
End War in Afghanistan Now


By Richard Walker

As NATO struggles to keep its members committed to the war in Afghanistan, China has called for the U.S. and its allies to declare an end to the war and withdraw.

China’s first public comments on the conflict were made in an article in China Daily, the government-run newspaper. The author was Li Quinggong, deputy general of the country’s National Security Policy Studies. He described the Afghan conflict as the “anti-terror war begun by President Bush in 2001” and said it had been “the source of ceaseless turbulence and violence.”

He suggested that if NATO were to withdraw it could be replaced by an international peacekeeping force to help the Afghan government and its security forces “exercise effective control over domestic unrest and maintain peace and security.”....

http://breakfornews.com/forum/viewtopic.php?p=60579#60579


Very interesting! I always wondered what the real point of another Afghan war was really for after Russia had such a tough time at it. When you look at the slew of things that have been done to the American economy to demolish it so quickly over the past ten years; the Afghan war just seems like the iceing on the cake where we could just burn up the dollars value up that much quicker. China has never been historically known as geniunely being a nice peace keeping gov so what gives? Are they trying to protect their investment in US dollars by forcing the world to spread the risk? Or just the NWO making it next chess move?....or?

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I think I figured this out 5 days after 9/11.
Here's the ancient server log to confirm:

16/Sep/01 12:29: /images/afterwards_china_syndrome.jpg
http://www.eionews.addr.com/wwwstat/09.19.html

Below is the image ref'ed above, which I posted on the homepage of the
PsyOpNews website on 16th September, 2001. That's the site where
we published our first two 9/11 articles in the weeks just afterwards:



China's flag atop the Statue of Liberty, just about summed it up , I felt.

http://www.breakfornews.com/forum/viewtopic.php?p=51127#51127

Well the key is that 9/11 and China
are intricately bound with each other.

First 9/11, then just weeks later: China enters the WTO.
The internationalists here and there on the same page.

In these 'post-bubble' days all factions have their own page.
The staking out of positions by each side, ahead of the
Obama-Jintao meeting continues.

But the NWO are in deep economic shit.

All the Funny Money printed has only prevented total collapse.

It hasn't fixed the core structural problems.

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China has now become the
biggest risk to the world economy


By Ambrose Evans-Pritchard - 6:21PM GMT 15 Nov 2009

Far from taking over as the engine of growth from an exhausted West, China is making matters worse. Its "beggar-thy-neighbour" policies continue to play havoc with global trade and risk tipping the world into a second leg of the Great Recession.

"The inherent problems of the international economic system have not been fully addressed," said China's president Hu Jintao. Indeed not. China is still exporting overcapacity to the rest of us on a grand scale, with deflationary consequences.

While some fret about liquidity-driven inflation, Justin Lin, World Bank chief economist, said the greater danger is that record levels of idle plant almost everywhere will feed a downward spiral of job cuts and corporate busts. "I'm more worried about deflation," he said.

By holding the yuan to 6.83 to the dollar to boost exports, Beijing is dumping its unemployment abroad – "stealing American jobs", says Nobel laureate Paul Krugman. As long as China does it, other tigers must do it too.

Western capitalists are complicit, of course. They rent cheap workers and cheap plant in Guangdong, then lobby Capitol Hill to prevent Congress doing anything about it. This is labour arbitrage.

At some point, American workers will rebel. US unemployment is already 17.5pc under the broad "U6" gauge followed by Barack Obama. Realty Track said that 332,000 properties were foreclosed in October alone. More Americans have lost their homes this year than during the entire decade of the Great Depression. A backlog of 7m homes is awaiting likely seizure by lenders. If you are not paying attention to this political time-bomb, perhaps you should.

President Obama said before going to China this week that Asia can no longer live by shipping goods to Americans already in debt to their ears. "We have reached one of those rare inflection points in history where we have the opportunity to take a different path," he said. Failure to take that path will "put enormous strains" on America's ties to China. Is that a threat?

It is fashionable to talk of America as the supplicant. That misreads the strategic balance. Washington can bring China to its knees at any time by shutting markets. There is no symmetry here. Any move by Beijing to liquidate its holdings of US Treasuries could be neutralized – in extremis – by capital controls. Well-armed sovereign states can do whatever they want.

If provoked, the US has the economic depth to retreat into near autarky (with NAFTA) and retool its industries behind tariff walls – as Britain did in the 1930s under Imperial Preference. In such circumstances, China would collapse. Mao statues would be toppled by street riots.

Mr Hu sounded conciliatory last week. China is taking "vigorous" steps to cut reliance on exports, still 39pc of GDP. "We want to increase people's ability to spend," he said.

Beijing is indeed boosting pensions and extending health insurance to the countryside so that people feel less need to save, but cultural revolutions take time. All we have seen so far are "baby steps", says Morgan Stanley's Stephen Roach.

The reality is that much of Beijing's $600bn stimulus has been spent building yet more plant and infrastructure so that China can ship yet more goods, or has leaked into property and stocks.

Credit has exploded. Allocated by Maoist bosses for political purposes, it has become absurd. China is rolling as much steel as the next eight producers combined. It is churning more cement than the rest of the world. Fixed investment is up 53pc this year. Once you know that Hunan authorities have torn down two miles of modern flyway so that they can soak up stimulus by building it again, or that the newly-built city of Ordos is sitting empty in Inner Mongolia, you know what must come next.

Pivot Asset Management said lending has touched 140pc of GDP, "well beyond" levels that have led to crises in the past. With the revolution's 60th birthday out of the way, the central bank has begun to tighten. New yuan loans halved in October. So be careful. Pivot said a hard-landing in China could prove as traumatic for world markets as the US sub-prime crash.

The world economy is still skating on thin ice. The West is sated with debt, the East with plant. The crisis has been contained (or masked) by zero rates and a fiscal blast, trashing sovereign balance sheets. But the core problem remains. The Anglo-sphere and Club Med are tightening belts, yet Asia is not adding enough demand to compensate. It is adding supply.....

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/comment/ambroseevans_pritchard/6575883

Many economies are still printing the funny money.

Their economies, they say, are not strong enough to pull back.
(Yeah, Zimbabwe knows that kind of problem.)

Translation:
The NWO is trying to pump a tyre with a badly leaking nail hole.

The hissing sound is your savings
and purchasing power escaping.


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Obama assures Asia that US borrowing
will not spiral out of control


President Barack Obama has promised Asia's creditor nations that Washington will not let US borrowing spiral out of control, vowing a major drive to cut the budget deficit and restore global confidence in the US dollar.

"As the economy recovers, I intend to take serious steps to reduce America's long-term deficit," he told the Asia-Pacific Economic Co-operation (APEC) forum in Singapore. "Debt-driven growth cannot fuel America's long-term prosperity."

The assurance comes amid growing doubts across the world over the wisdom of White House spending plans. The US Congressional Budget Office expects the deficit to remain around $1.8 trillion (£600bn) as far ahead as 2019 under current plans, pushing the US national debt into the danger zone.

China, Japan, and other Asian states with large holdings of US Treasury debt fear that Washington may be embarking on a course that will lead to "stealth default" through dollar debasement and creeping inflation. The public mood in the US has also been shifting as the Republicans score points with calls for a return to fiscal rectitude.

The US deficit reached $1.42 trillion in the fiscal year of 2009 and it is expected to top $1.5 trillion in 2010, roughly 10pc of GDP.

APEC leaders said the world economy would never be the same again after the financial trauma of the last year. "The post-crisis landscape will be different. We need a fresh model of economic integration. We cannot go back to 'growth as usual'," they said.

The group agreed to keep stimulus measures in place, avoiding talk of exit strategies. "Our robust policy responses have helped to set the stage for recovery. But economic recovery is not yet on a solid footing."

Mr Obama gave warning to Asian exporters that they must stand on their own feet in the future rather than feeding off US markets. "We cannot follow the same policies that led to such imbalanced growth. If we do, we will continue to drift from crisis to crisis, a failed path that has already had devastating consequences," he said.

The forum skirted the delicate issue of China's currency peg, which has allowed China to gain an edge by riding on the coat-tails of a weaker dollar. This caused tensions within Asia, where Chinese goods are undercutting products from Japan, Thailand, India, and other countries.

Beijing has intervened on a massive scale to hold the yuan at 6.83 to the dollar, pushing China's foreign reserves to $2.3 trillion. This has started to become a headache for China as well since the liquidity "blow-back" is fuelling an asset bubble.

Diplomats said that China blocked moves by APEC to insert a clause on the need for "market-oriented exchange rates", a thinly disguised call for a yuan revaluation. Markets may have jumped the gun in thinking that a subtle change in the wording of a Chinese central bank statement last week meant the yuan might soon rise.

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/northamerica/usa/barackobama/6576235


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The situation is getting pretty bad here in the my section of the States. I work at a very popular dining establishment and we are slowly losing customers to more 'affordable joints'...like fucking McDonalds. Gone are the days where I didn't think I'd need to take a second job or work more than 30-40 hours a week. I could always join Charlie on the corner with his fiddle and tin can. I'll bring my GitBox, it'll be a grand old time.

Word of mouth from around the country is not good either. Everyone is afraid, emotional, reacting, and waiting.
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