Friday, September 4, 2009

Several plotting sessions on the way

The ringmasters of our appending doom is about to have a couple of meet and greets later this month. These types of meetings are, of course, yet more opportunities for finance mentalists and great leaders to show how much they care about their constituencies. Journalists, useless as ever, are beforehand only reporting about the goodies and populist outbursts our enemies have Muhahahaha -ad together in dark rooms. Among the conjured up statements is France, Germanys and the UK’s latest outcry to impose a tough and "concrete" clampdown on bank bonuses. The Swedish Prime Mentalist Fredrik Reinfeldt has issued a statement and will collect his fellow co[n]patriots in an EU-summit meeting on the 17th of September in order to gain some global consensus on how the world will tackle bonus systems within financial institutes. Barry Soetoro, oh, excuse me, is current name is Barack Hussein Obama, have also expressed similar concerns so we can look forward to some kind of agreement in this regard.

The fun thing is, even if we ignore the socialist thought of politicians telling private companies what salaries they should have, we are still left with the fact that these bonuses have been made possible because of government interventions and massive amounts of tax money pouring into those institutions. This is, of course, a hush-factor no one is mentioning. Another fact that our elitists do not comment on is that the low competitive level among banks have slimmed down even further in the wake of this crisis, and that this in combination with governments rewarding bad and fraudulent behavior i.e. bailing out those institutes as fast as they get into trouble, makes the whole thing a complete scam.

With the exception for similar cover-stories to pour out of this G20-shindig (or the EU equivalent), we can also expect new discussions and, very possibly, another stimulus round. This has been flagged for a long while now. We know that the white house already have plans for another package and listening to what several Finance Mentalists and some mainstream cornflake economists have argued for lately, it seems like they are gathering support in order to print more fiat money. In the make-belief world of Keynesianism this makes sense because GDP is still dropping, unemployment continues upwards and the biggest spending spree in human history hasn’t had that much effect. Sure some neatly put together GDP-numbers in certain countries is showing improvement and sure jobs aren't leaving as fast anymore ( hoooray!!), but some of the elitists knows those figures comes from fairytales and before the general public understands this, some more magical wands need to be waved in the air.

The third thing I expect to hear during the coming month is more voices arguing for a new world currency and some more international agreements on taxes, equity markets and so on. When some more shit is thrown into the fan very soon, the elitists have built a momentum surrounding these issues so they will be easier to sell to ordinary citizens. Citizens that, most likely, as usual, will comply with this stupidity eagerly applauded by journalists and pundits whom, again, can sit in the news-sofa praising the überlords swift and decisive actions.

So the only thing missing before, during or straight after these little plotting sessions is those funny new terrorist attacks that will emerge sooner or later. I’m guessing a new computer virus or a hacker-attack on pentagon will come first – such an event will make a good solid argument to tighten the control-grid even further. And I need to admit I’m a bit surprised that myself, and many others, that is actually telling the truth about the Swiney Flu and urging people to reject the toxi… sorry, the vaccine, is still allowed to keep going. Isn’t there a ‘general emergency’ governments can claim so we bloggers and doctors claiming “faults” can be stopped so we don’t spread panic or hinder massive vaccination projects?

Oh, this is going to be so much fun.

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