Are You Getting It Yet? War Has Been Declared On You!

You cannot look at the events of the last thirty years and deny there is no respect for “The Common Man” anywhere in the world.  Much has been written about “The Elite”, “The Cabal”, “The Bildebergers”, “The Rothchilds”, and on and on and on.  Until a few years ago, these allegations have been generally rejected by the public as conspiracy theories, promulgated by disenfranchised paranoid people.

However, more recently, a lot of facts have surfaced that would suggest maybe, just maybe, there may be some credence to what these conspiracy nuts having been saying all along. So really what is going on? Could there be a world-wide conspiracy to “break down the common man”.  How could this even be possible, as it would involve so many people for an extended period of time.

In reality, the simple answer is yes, and it has been going on, in earnest for the last thirty years. The stated goal of this “Third World War” is simply; “the engineering of social automation systems (silent weapons) on a national or worldwide scale with the implicit extensive objectives of social control and destruction of human life, i.e., slavery and genocide.” Such an endeavor must be secured from public scrutiny. Otherwise, it might be recognized as a technically formal declaration of domestic war. Furthermore, whenever any person or group of persons in a position of great power and without full knowledge and consent of the public, uses such knowledge and methodologies for economic conquest – it must be understood that a state of domestic warfare exists between said person or group of persons and the public. President Eisenhower, in his farewell address, tried to warn us of this plan.

Consider these statements carefully. How would you describe the world since 911, economically? It would certainly seem to support such a statement. Think about the about of wealth that has been transferred in to the hands of a few since that event. Think about the bailouts of the banks, for example. It was the largest transfer of wealth in the history of mankind, period. Remember, we were told that if we, the people, did not bailout the banks, the world’s economy would collapse.  However, if you were really watching closely, the world economy was already collapsing. In the US, we were losing 750,000 jobs a month!

Remember, we were told that there was an immediate need to transfer $700 Billion of public funds to banks or it was all over. Later we learned that the actually amount transferred was more like$7.1 TRILLION Dollars, bailouts and multiple QEs. If you remember, when CONgress asked for an accounting of the bailout monies, Big Ben said, at first, that he wasn’t going to do that because it would hurt the commercial banks, if people knew which ones were in trouble, but through persistence we learned that the amount of money in secret loans that some of the big Wall Street banks received from the Federal Reserve is absolutely staggering.  The following figures come directly from a GAO report….

Citigroup – $2.513 trillion
Morgan Stanley – $2.041 trillion
Bank of America – $1.344 trillion
Goldman Sachs – $814 billion
JP Morgan Chase – $391 billion

OMG that’s $7.1 TRILLION and then with the bailouts of foreign banks, yes most of the major banks in Europe, and yes, we did those too, but you know the information is “so sensitive”.  The total is $16.115 TRILLION and that is more than the annual GDP of the entire country!

Unemployment was at about 7.5% then. We were told that we needed quantitative easing to stimulate the economy. Today, unemployment remains above 7%, yet the stock market is near an all time high. Seriously folks, how can that be? The answer is simple. Corporations are sitting on mountains of cash WE gave them! Catching on yet? This transfer of wealth (theft) has gotten so bold, the banks are no longer even wanting to give it an “official” look. One glance at what is happening in Cyprus is all anyone needs to know to understand this fact.

According to a CIA training manual, silent weapon technology has evolved from Operations Research (O.R.), a strategic and tactical methodology developed under the Military Management in England during World War II. The original purpose of Operations Research was to study the strategic and tactical problems of air and land defense with the objective of effective use of limited military resources against foreign enemies (i.e., logistics). It was soon recognized by those in positions of power that the same methods might be useful for totally controlling a society.

Social engineering (the analysis and automation of a society) requires the correlation of great amounts of constantly changing economic information (data), so a high-speed computerized data-processing system was necessary which could race ahead of the society and predict when society would arrive for capitulation. Sound familiar as it relates to Wall Street trading among the brokers, or the recent revelations concerning domestic surveillance?

Although the silent weapons system was nearly exposed in 1967, the evolution of the new weapon-system has never suffered any major setbacks. Energy is recognized as the key to all activity on earth. Natural science is the study of the sources and control of natural energy, and social science, theoretically is expressed as economics, and is the study of the sources and control of social energy. Both are bookkeeping systems: mathematics. Therefore, mathematics is the primary energy science. And the bookkeeper can be king if the public can be kept ignorant of the methodology of the bookkeeping.

All science is merely a means to an end. The means is knowledge. The end is control. Beyond this remains only one issue: Who will be the beneficiary?  In 1954 this was the issue of primary concern. Although the so-called “moral issues” were raised, in view of the law of natural selection it was agreed that a nation or world of people who will not use their intelligence are no better than animals that do not have intelligence. Such people are beasts of burden and steaks on the table by choice and consent.

Consequently, in the interest of future world order, peace, and tranquility, it was decided to privately wage a quiet war against the American public with an ultimate objective of permanently shifting the natural and social energy (wealth) of the undisciplined and irresponsible many into the hands of the self-disciplined, responsible, and worthy few.

So here we are folks. Is it a hair-brained conspiracy or is it real? If we look just at the facts, and ask one simple, simple question, “what is the future for my children?” The answer requires us to change the course of history.  Remember, when we do the “bookkeeping” this one simple fact is key to winning the “Quiet War”, “into the hands of the self-disciplined, responsible, and worthy few.” Therefore this big secret is the Achilles heel of this immoral plan, and that is that it is impossible to pull off without OUR consent or permission. I, for one, DO NOT CONSENT! How about you?

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When Does CONgress Lose it’s Total Credibility? If Not Now When?

Banksters don’t go to jail for money laundering drug money.  CONgress doesn’t do any work for 8 years. Whistleblowers go to jail, instead of being rewarded. Voters get disenfranchised through gerrymandering and collapse of Voters Rights Act, and folks get pushed further into poverty because of lack of any action on the economy. However, that does seem to be enough to instill a community outrage. Well how about this?

Source: Tech Dirt
“In November of 2011, the TV show 60 Minutes did a big expose on insider trading within Congress. While everyone else is subject to basic insider trading rules, it turned out that members of Congress were exempt from the rules. And, as you would imagine, many in Congress have access to market-moving, non-public information. And they made use of it, to make lots and lots of money. Of course, after that report came out and got lots of attention, Congress had to act, and within months they had passed the STOCK Act with overwhelming support in Congress to make insider trading laws that apply to everyone else finally apply to Congress and Congressional staffers as well. As that link notes:

The lopsided votes showed lawmakers desperate to regain public trust in an election year, when the public approval rating of Congress has sunk below 15 percent.

Of course, here we are in 2013 and, lo and behold, it is no longer an election year. And apparently some of the details of the ban on insider trading were beginning to chafe Congressional staffers, who found it hard to pad their income with some friendly trades on insider knowledge.

So… with very little fanfare, Congress quietly rolled back a big part of the law late last week. Specifically the part that required staffers to post disclosures about their financial transactions, so that the public could make sure there was no insider trading going on. Congress tried to cover up this fairly significant change because they, themselves, claimed that it would pose a “national risk” to have this information public; a national risk to their bank accounts.

It was such a national risk that Congress did the whole thing quietly, with no debate. The bill was introduced in the Senate on Thursday and quickly voted on late that night when no one was paying attention. Friday afternoon (the best time to sneak through news), the House picked it up by unanimous consent. The House ignored its own promise to give Congress three days to read a bill before holding a vote, because this kind of thing is too important to let anyone read the bill before Congress had to pass it.

And, of course, yesterday, President Obama signed it into law. Because the best way to rebuild trust in Congress, apparently, is to roll back the fact that people there need to obey the same laws as everyone else. That won’t lead the public to think that Congress is corrupt, no, not at all.”

Folks, we are being raped in slow motion like some sick Sam Pechinpaw movie.  We are being ruled by gangsters, plain and simple. What’s it going to take to get us to realize we really have to begin to wake up, stand up, and act up? When, Dear God, when?

The Real Debate About Health Care in the US – Money Making Scam

As we watch the clowns in the media and CONgress argue about health care, the real issues about affordable healthcare are being totally hidden from the discussion. Affordable health care means that the cost to deliver health care should be universal and reasonable. When we take a hard look at just that proposition, we can really see what is going on. In two words, Big Pharma. In a more concise statement, it is not only big pharma, but the influence big pharma has with the FDA, CONgress, and the major insurers and providers, some of which THEY own.

Here are some of the facts, and just the facts:

Big pharma is a $280 billion a year business in the US alone! According to a study conducted by the Mayo Clinic, 70 percent of Americans are on at least one prescription drug.  An astounding 20 percent of all Americans are on at least five prescription drugs.  According to the CDC, approximately 9 out of every 10 Americans that are at least 60 years of age say that they have taken at least one prescription drug within the last month.

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 According to Alternet, last year, “11 of the 12 new-to-market drugs approved by the Food and Drug Administration were priced above $100,000 per-patient per-year!  Think about this and ask why many prescription drugs cost about twice as much in the United States as they do in other countries. Children in the United States are three times more likely to be prescribed antidepressants than children in Europe. According to the CDC, approximately three quarters of a million people a year are rushed to emergency rooms in the United States because of adverse reactions to pharmaceutical drugs.

Here are some real shocking facts, according to the Los Angeles Times, drug deaths (mostly caused by prescription drugs) are climbing at an astounding rate. Drug fatalities more than doubled among teens and young adults between 2000 and 2008. Deaths more than tripled among people aged 50 to 69, the Times analysis found. In terms of sheer numbers, the death toll is highest among people in their 40s.

A Government Accountability Office report discovered that approximately one-third of all foster children in the United States are on at least one psychiatric drug.  In fact, the report found that many states seem to be doping up foster children as a matter of course.  Just check out these stunning statistics. In Texas, foster children were 53 times more likely to be prescribed five or more psychiatric medications at the same time than non-foster children. In Massachusetts, they were 19 times more likely. In Michigan, the number was 15 times. It was 13 times in Oregon. And in Florida, foster children were nearly four times as likely to be given five or more psychotropic medications at the same time compared to non-foster children.

This year the American people will spend approximately 2.8 trillion dollars on health care, and it is being projected that Americans will spend 4.5 trillion dollars on health care in 2019. If the U.S. health care system was a country, it would be the 6th largest economy on the entire planet. Back in 1960, an average of $147 was spent per person on health care in the United States. By 2009, that number had skyrocketed to $8,086. In 1942, Christ Hospital, NJ charged $7 per day for a maternity room. Today it’s $1,360. Approximately 60 percent of all personal bankruptcies in the United States are related to medical bills.

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Is it the doctors who are driving the cost of health care? The simple answer is NO. It is about a cycle that starts with big pharma, the insurance companies driving their profits, and finally large health care provider organizations that are narrowing choices more and more each day. Just look at places like Pittsburgh PA to see what has happened when UMPC and Highmark are cornering the market on providing care.  Prices are going up, and choices of doctors and facilities going down. In fact, we are facing a shortage of doctors to deliver health care services. According to the Association of American Medical Colleges, the U.S. is currently experiencing a shortage of at least 13,000 doctors.  Unfortunately, that shortage is expected to grow to 130,000 doctors over the next 10 years.

The question becomes is CONgress even capable of doing anything to fix the problem? Doubtful. Remember when the Affordable Health Care Act was being debated? Remember the “Pocket” boys insisted that the government would be prevented from negotiating with Big Pharma on the cost of prescription drugs? Wonder why that was? Here is fact you might want to consider, the U.S. health care industry has spent more than 5 billion dollars on lobbying our politicians in Washington D.C. since 1998.

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We have a choice when it comes to this debate. We can passively sit by or we can let our legislators  know we are “on” to the game. Universal health can not only be a reality, it should be a right, especially at the price WE are paying for it.  We could have regulatory pricing structures in place that would reduce the cost of care delivery by 40 or 50% overnight. Put another way, we could have universal care for the cost of Medicare today. Don’t buy into the argument that health care costs are going to “break” the budget because it just isn’t the truth. Get informed, speak up, and let’s get this done.

Economists Are Saying This is Not a Stock Market Bubble, But Margin Debt Says Otherwise

As  Michael Snyder so aptly points out. “What do 1929, 2000 and 2007 all have in common?  Those were all years in which we saw a dramatic spike in margin debt.  In all three instances, investors became highly leveraged in order to “take advantage” of a soaring stock market.  But of course we all know what happened each time.  The spike in margin debt was rapidly followed by a horrifying stock market crash.  Well guess what?  It is happening again.  In April (the last month we have a number for), margin debt rose to an all-time high of more than 384 billion dollars.  The previous high was 381 billion dollars which occurred back in July 2007.  Margin debt is about 29 percent higher than it was a year ago, and the S&P 500 has risen by more than 20 percent since last fall.  The stock market just continues to rise even though the underlying economic fundamentals continue to get worse.  So should we be alarmed?  Is the stock market bubble going to burst at some point?  Well, if history is any indication we are in big trouble.  In the past, whenever margin debt has gone over 2.25% of GDP the stock market has crashed.  That certainly does not mean that the market is going to crash this week, but it is a major red flag.”

“The funny thing is that the fact that investors are so highly leveraged is being seen as a positive thing by many in the financial world.  Some believe that a high level of margin debt is a sign that “investor confidence” is high and that the rally will continue.  The following is from a recent article in the Wall Street Journal…”

While the latest rise has been fueled by low interest rates and a 15% year-to-date stock-market rally, have you noticed every time the FED has hinted at letting interest rates rise to normal levels, the market gets very jittery, as well they should.  The IMF also sees the folly of the incompetent CONgress letting the sequester take its course, calling it “excessive and ill-designed.” For 2014, the IMF is forecasting growth of 2.7%, however, that’s a downgrade from an earlier forecast of 3%.  “When we forecasted 3%, we had assumed that sequestration will gradually be removed and reformatted more intelligently,” Lagarde said, explaining the pullback.  “We feel that we are not going to see that in the near term, which is why we believe that sequestration will actually impact growth in the United States in 2014.” Read more: http://www.foxbusiness.com/economy/2013/06/14/imf-lagarde-recovery-could-be-better-sequestration-will-hold-back-growth/#ixzz2WaAR2JZV

Others, however, consider the spike in margin debt to be a very ominous sign.  Margin debt has now risen to about 2.4 percent of GDP, and as the New York Times recently pointed out, whenever we have gotten this high before a market crash has always followed…

The first time in recent decades that total margin debt exceeded 2.25 percent of G.D.P. came at the end of 1999, amid the technology stock bubble. Margin debt fell after that bubble burst, but began to rise again during the housing boom — when anecdotal evidence said some investors were using their investments to secure loans that went for down payments on homes. That boom in margin loans also ended badly.

Posted below is a chart of the performance of the S&P 500 over the last several decades.  After looking at this chart, compare it to the margin debt charts that the New York Times recently published that you can find right here.  There is a very strong correlation between these charts.

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s&p responses to margin debt

Again as Michael Synder points out: “The following are 12 clear signals that the U.S. economy is about to really slow down…

#1 The average interest rate on a 30 year mortgage has risen above 4 percent for the first time in more than a year.

#2 The decline in the number of mortgage applications last week was the largest drop that we have seen since June 2009.

#3 Mark Hanson is reporting that “mass layoffs” have occurred at three large mortgage institutions…

The three large private mortgage bankers ALL had mass layoffs recently to the tune of 25% to 50% of their operations staff (intake, processing, underwriting, document drawing, funding, post-closing). Rrefi apps being down 65% to 90% in the past 3 weeks are far more accurate than the lagging MBA index, which is likely on its’ way to print multi-year lows in the next month.

#4 It was just announced that average hourly compensation in the United States experienced its largest drop since 2009 during the first quarter of 2013.

#5 As I wrote about the other day, the Institute for Supply Management manufacturing index declined to 49.0 in May.  Any reading below 50 indicates contraction.  That was the first contraction in manufacturing activity in the U.S. that we have seen since 2009.

#6 The inventory to sales ratio has hit a level not seen since 2009.  That means that there is a lot of inventory sitting out there that people are not buying.

#7 According to the Commerce Department, the demand for computers dropped by a stunning 9 percent during the month of April.

#8 As I noted in a previous article, corporate revenues are falling at Wal-Mart, Proctor and Gamble, Starbucks, AT&T, Safeway, American Express and IBM.

#9 Job growth at small businesses is now at about half the level it was at the beginning of the year.

#10 The stock market is starting to understand that all of these numbers indicate that the U.S. economy is really starting to slow down.  The Dow was down 216.95 points on Wednesday, and it dropped below 15,000 for the first time since May 6th.

#11 The S&P 500 has now fallen more than 4 percent since May 22nd.  Is this the beginning of a market “correction”, or is this something much bigger than that?

#12 Japanese stocks are now down about 17 percent from the peak of May 22nd.  Japan has the third largest economy on the planet and it is one of the most important trading partners for the United States.  A major financial crisis in Japan would have very serious implications for the U.S. economy.”

So be wise and don’t buy into the Lame Stream Media economists who are saying “nothing to see here folks, move along, the stock market rally is fine.  Thanks to decades of incredibly foolish decisions by our leaders, an economic collapse is inevitable.  This is especially true considering the fact that our leaders in Washington D.C. and elsewhere will not even consider many of the potential solutions which could help start turning our economic problems around.

People will be devastated if the markets do crash this time.  Just as it seems they have made some recovery from the 2008 crash in their 401Ks and retirement funds.  Be wise this time. Take a look at your portfolios and make some changes while you can.  Protect some of those assets in money market accounts this time.  But mostly, educate yourself more this time.  Don’t allow those bankster crooks and parasitic brokers lead you down the primrose path. YOU drive the bus and you own it.  Tell them where you want your hard earned money positioned.  This is not financial advice, it is simply a heads up. Decide for yourself.