Friday, February 12, 2010

The big Beelzebufo rain

Another piece of the puzzle was given to us today.

The International Monetary Fund says that Central banks may want to target 4% inflation, rather than the 2% target that most central banks now try to achieve.

Real inflation-rate is already at that level, or higher.

The problems here are twofold.

Firstly the money being spitted out has gone to financial institute and government, which means that most of that cash haven’t really reached out in communities yet. It takes time, generally speaking up to about two year before it kicks in, which means we will start seeing the first signs pretty soon. Some countries are already there, and it can only get worse.

And secondly; some of the mafia banks, like Evil Incorporated, Goldman Sachs, has gone out buying assets, other banks or invested the money. But most of that money has gone back to central banks at interest…

This is a funny little trick isn’t it?

Banks get hundreds of billions basically for free (you, the tax payer pick up the tab), but instead of lending it out to the public or spend it, as the intent is; they put it back to central banks where they can collect interest which also the tax payer pays for.

A fable? A cartoon villain that has come to life? Noooo, only another day at work for the tricksters.

There’s some additional things you need to know about this, and these are some of the reasons why I can say with ABSOLUT CERTAINTLY that things are about to come crashing down around us.

In some countries, the US and UK in particular, the banks use money (we don’t really know what money…) to buy houses from themselves through shell companies or other banks they themselves own. This is one reason why prices haven’t been going down as they should. Another reason is that banks don’t admit foreclosures and defaults onto their books. There are many examples of people living in houses they haven’t paid for in months, even years. The banks haven’t evicted because that means the banks need to show it, pick up the losses.

Another thing is that that money that has been put to use have mainly been fueling stock markets. I’ve seen people calculating on overvalue around 40-50%. If this is true, much of the “green shoots” comes to stock markets is air. They will not crash on their own, not as long as so many idiots believe in media. But they will crash when some trigger makes them.

We are getting so royally screwed.

And now IMF comes out with this decree.

There are only two reasons thinkable for IMF’s newly thought-up Weimar-tactics. One is that they know that inflation numbers counted in prices soon will go up, so they want to, in a planned ahead chess move calm all you sheople out there down. Not to panic when that inflation takes off, it’s all part of the plan - no worries; IMF said this was a good idea.

The second potential reason is the premeditated notion of inflating things even more hence prove all conspiracists right, there’s a conspiracy to crash the world economy. This is the end game.

IMF could of course also consist of complete morons without any real financial degree and be better suited to play with clay and crayons, but if that’s the case someone else is pulling the strings and then we’re back to the conspiracy thought.
Well, whatever the reason and whatever you idiots out there think, it is closing in. The greatest depression ever seen has been here all along. The recession never ended, they never “saved us”.

And when it hits, please remember who the enemies are and remember who said it would happen and why.

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