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Guest Post: Economy Flight 666 - Our One-Way Ticket To Zimbabwe

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Economy Flight 666 - Our One-Way Ticket To Zimbabwe

Part 1 of 2

I’ve finally had the time to thoroughly study Bernanke’s entire Press Club speech, his appearance before Representative Paul Ryan’s House Budget Committee and bulk of the recently released 2005 FOMC minutes.  

The conclusion I have drawn from all this data is that the captain of our economy, Ben Bernanke, is either an economic imbecile or a financial terrorist.  Through evil intent, or sheer stupidity, the outcome remains unchanged.  The bottom-line: He has hijacked our economy flight and changed our destination.  Bernanke is about to crash Flight 666 and all 308 million of us sitting helplessly in the passenger cabin into Zimbabwe’s airport known as Hell’s Hyperinflation Field.  

There is only one way we can avert this disaster, but time is running out, we are passing  that critical fuel point - the point where there is not enough fuel to safely divert.  Therefore it doesn’t look likely that we will be landing anywhere nice on our journey to the impoverished southern continent of Africa.

In the summer of 2005 CNBS asked Bernanke about the possibility of a housing bubble.  His exact words were “I guess I don’t agree with your premise.”  Three short years later the biggest bubble in economic history (the housing bubble) exploded and nearly took down the entire global economy.

You didn’t have to be a rocket scientist or an economist to realize that adding 7-10 million --- once unqualified buyers --- a year to a market with limited inventory and then reseting their interest rates would spell anything but HOUSING BUBBLE followed by an ECONOMIC HIROSHIMA.  Especially since the only thing that changed them from “unqualified” to “suddenly qualified” was the banks ability to off (read: sell/get rid of) their mortgages to some dimwit who considered himself or herself to be an “investor”.

Since 6 out of 10 jobs were housing related the guaranteed pop created systemic risk.  A lot of this trash was falsely rated as AAA, it was sold to “investors,” entire countries, states, local municipalities and pension funds.  This of course greatly exacerbated the mess.  The counterparty insurance risk caused by underfunded or unfunded insurance parties [AIG and alike firms] added to the quagmire. 

The Fed knew about the housing bubble in 2005, it is buried in the release of 2005 FOMC minutes.  They were laughing about it.

Bernanke’s flight crew was literally laughing at the biggest economic disaster in history.  NOT the hallmark of good leadership.

Apparently they didn’t realize that cockpit voice recorder was capturing this.  “I came across a new television series on the Discovery Channel entitled “Flip That House.” [Laughter] As far as I could tell, the gist of the show was that with some spackling, a few strategically placed azaleas, and access to a bank, you too could tap into the great real estate wealth machine. It was enough to put even the most ardent believer in market efficiency into existential crisis.” [Laughter]

On February 3, 2011, Bernanke spoke and took questions at the National Press Club in Washington, DC.  He was asked: “Do you believe that any of the growing political unrest around the world, especially in Tunisia and Egypt is linked to higher food prices which the questioner says result from the Fed’s large scale asset purchases [Quantitative Easing]?”

Bernanke’s answer? “I’m not sure I accept the premise of the first half of the question!

Nice flying Captain @$$face.

The simple, historically proven, translation for Ben Bernanke’s “I guess I don’t agree with your premise,” and, or, “I’m not sure I accept your premise” is this: ‘It’s an effing certainty.’  ‘Bank on it.’  ‘Bet on it.’  ‘It [hyperinflation as the result of a currency I made totally worthless by monetizing debt] will happen.’ 

‘Ladies and gentleman, from the flight deck this is your captain Ben Nagasaki Bernanke - we will be crashing - I mean landing - in Zimbabwe shortly.’ [Sounds of every computer generated audible cockpit warning horn can be heard in the background during this entire announcement.  If you look closely under the cockpit door you will notice the flashing warning lights - the instrument panel is lit up like a yellow and red christmas tree.]  Bernanke is ignoring all this, focused on his ivory tower skewed fuzzy statistics or is assinine belief that he can secretly debase half of our 128 trillion dollar debt away with worthless dollars.

If you are unfamiliar with how the government tweaks data, if you don’t know what Hedonics, weighting, imputations are, or you haven’t heard of a “deflator” you should take a moment to watch Dr. Chris Martenson’s video titled “Fuzzy Numbers.” 

And Chris’s short chapter on inflation while you are at it.

Chris is a brainiac who pulled the economy apart and explained it so even an economically challenged  fourth grader could “get it”.  Best yet he fully grasps the fact that a population pushing 7 billion and finite resources, resources that our economy is predicated upon is all tied together.

The entire point of this missive is this:

What you should hear when you hear the Bernanke uses the old “I’m not sure I accept the premise of the first half of the question!” --- is that it is either time to take action now or crap your pants later.

My gold and silver life vest is donned, my food ration (a freezer with a dead cow in it), and the security I need to protect my family when we enter a nationwide Katrina is there for me to cling to.  I for one don’t want to subject my family to some Superdome camp where rape and drugs are rampant because our collective leadership can’t manage their way out of a Fiat currency crisis.  Fiat currency crises are regular events, the average unbacked paper (Fiat) currency lasts 39 years, ours is 40 years off the gold standard.  There have been 3,800 Fiat currencies that have failed.  Not one has ever lasted. 

In other words - this should be a big surprise to NO ONE!


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Mon, 02/14/2011 - 19:25 | 961672 mynhair
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We are all Detroit now, bitchez!

Mon, 02/14/2011 - 19:57 | 961783 I think I need ...
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Bring it on....take care of your fellow sheeple....the arguements in the last blog about the 99ers guy is what they want. They want you eliminating each other. Go have a chat with your congressman as to what happened the last 25 years as they were partying.

Mon, 02/14/2011 - 19:57 | 961787 cougar_w
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I don't accept your initial premise that there is a place called "Detroit".

Mon, 02/14/2011 - 20:03 | 961806 EscapeKey
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It used to be called just "Troit".

Mon, 02/14/2011 - 20:07 | 961825 Boilermaker
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No, it's Detroit.  I saw the signs just yesterday.  There's actual Americans living here, by the hundreds of thousands.  Some of them even work in goods producing industries.  The kind that actually uses machines and raw materials to create items with more value than their inputs.  No shit.  It's not a lie.  I even saw a few people donating food to a local food bank to help out the less fortunate.  I mean, those are some stupid mother fuckers, for sure.  But, it's really legit.  I think someone even mentioned that there was heating assistance for the riftraft so they don't literally freeze to death.  I mean, shit, what a fucking waste of cash.  With all the people waiting for organ transplants, something good could have come from their pathetic deaths.

What's next?  Everyone is going to get all 'nationalistic' and start to buy American cars?  Fuck, what is this country coming to?

Mon, 02/14/2011 - 20:13 | 961843 mynhair
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Did you check ID's?  Sounds like you saw a Chrysler commercial.

Mon, 02/14/2011 - 22:01 | 962102 Boilermaker
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No, no...I'm sure.  But, I might see the Chrysler commercial again on TV.  I didn't see any food banks in the commercial.  I saw an ice skater.  But, everyone knows that bitch is some kind of subsidies.  So, fuck her too.  That free-loading-welfare-queen of a cunt.

Mon, 02/14/2011 - 20:20 | 961874 cougar_w
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Those Detroiters sound like a bunch of Communists. Are you sure you weren't in Canada?

Mon, 02/14/2011 - 21:31 | 962107 Boilermaker
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I forgot to mention that the entire metro area is nothing more than sympathizing pinko commie faggots.  Oh, and they aren't even Baptist!  Nothing a good nuke can't take of.  Those sleazy mother fuckers have been collecting upwards of $275 per WEEK on unemployment!!!  I mean $275 for fuck sake!!!  Talk about sucking on the teets of the goverment and living high-on-the-hog.

Jesus Christ, where does it end?

Tue, 02/15/2011 - 09:59 | 963160 tarsubil
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Have they started bulldozering neighborhoods to let the land lay fallow and heal? That sounds like a good way to fix housing prices.

Tue, 02/15/2011 - 10:22 | 963221 Boilermaker
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Bulldoze?!  Why?  At least 90% of the citizen are convicted arsonists!  Didn't you know that?  Yea, it's true.  When they aren't shooting heroin or smoking crack rocks, all of them, they are burning houses just for shits and giggles.  I don't know about fixing the housing prices here.  Maybe we could just let everyone live on the streets?  I mean, really, what value are these people anyway?  Hell, half of them are BLACK for crying out loud!  Why even waste 50 cents?

Tue, 02/15/2011 - 14:44 | 964231 redrob25
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Nobody can 'fix' housing prices in detroit. The market always wins. Giving money away to people who have been devestated by the economic meltdown makes more pain for the rest who will also experience said meltdown.

You can't avoid it. You can't fix it. You can only watch, learn, never repeat the same mistakes.

Mon, 02/14/2011 - 20:27 | 961914 Logans_Run
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Now they often refer to it as Detoilet

Mon, 02/14/2011 - 21:59 | 962205 Boilermaker
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Well, hell yes.  Preach on Skeeter.  Them there De'toilet'er <goo, goo, goo> people are just flat stoopid.  Hell, let's get some Pabst and talk it over some of that there Glenn Beck tonight.  He'll give it to 'em with both barrels.  They's so stoopid them there must have manure for their brains!

Mon, 02/14/2011 - 19:25 | 961680 dick cheneys ghost
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the whole system is corrupt to the core. our military operates hundreds of golf coures around the world and we cant seem to find the money to educate our kids.

Mon, 02/14/2011 - 19:34 | 961712 cossack55
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You made em', you educate em'. Fore!

Mon, 02/14/2011 - 21:49 | 962156 goldsaver
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I dont think I accept the premise of your argument.

The US spends more in public education than any other country in the world. If spending money equaled educating children we would have the best educated children in the planet. Sadly, we dont. Most of our public education spending goes to administration, books (at $100 a copy on the average) and social programs. The problem is not lack of funds, it is poor administration and massive bureaucratic spending.

Higher learning is even worst. A college degree only makes you 39% more likelly to receive a higher salary than a HS educated person. Most jobs in the US do not require the skills learned in college. Some jobs, such as medicine, teachers, etc. Do logically require the college training. Most do not. My chief software development engineer has a degree in economics. He learned Java coding from years of doing it and online references. Brilliant programmer BTW. Makes a very respectable salary (6 figures). My own training is in network architecture. Not a college degree, just industry training and certifications (which I have to pay to maintain dammit!). I make more than my programmer.

My son is studying to be a dance teacher (fine arts and choreography). His initial training was pre-college, but he will graduate a year early (currently Dean's list) and is already working in his field.

A friend's son just graduated suma with a degree in marketing. He is working for Dish network doing telemarketing.

My point is that education suffers from lack of accountability and focus. More money will only make the problem worst.


Mon, 02/14/2011 - 23:36 | 962490 trav7777
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if we subtract out the minority population (that does not mean asians, as they aren't considered minorities by the diversity police), we do have about the best-educated students in the world

Tue, 02/15/2011 - 08:51 | 962983 blindfaith
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Golf Courses??????

Well, you should march yourself down to Key West, Fl and see the number of YACHTs here that are owned by Navy personnel...and they ain't row boats.  I am talking about boats that cost hundreds and hundreds of thousands of dollars, and a harbor full of them.  I won't even mention the cars these guys drive, let along the mega-buck RV's that stay here for free on the bases.

Don't get me wrong here, if a guy puts his life on the line for his country then he should be rewarded.  SO explain why, I see HOMELESS Iraq vets with donation booths set up at both ends of the Publix market asking for help, while these 'other' military guys walk right past them like they were not there.  I have talked to the vets and the shame is a national disgrace.

Just another example of how truly out of wack this nation has become.  How if you are down and out you are just so much trash.

If "America the Beautiful" was our national anthem, maybe some heads would be lower in shame.

Cut backs??? No you can cut back, might require you to drink one less bottle of wine this week because your grocery bill won't take it.

Mon, 02/14/2011 - 19:25 | 961683 mynhair
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4th grade is above ODummer's pay grade.

Mon, 02/14/2011 - 19:30 | 961700 ILikeBoats
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Good article, however, the Superdome rapes were later found to not really have occurred; instead it was a response to stress that certain highly-prevalent demographic segments appear to engage in during such crises.

Mon, 02/14/2011 - 19:40 | 961727 mynhair
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and all those confiscated guns were rusted first...

Mon, 02/14/2011 - 19:48 | 961702 Shameful
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First it's done with foreknowledge.  It's like finding a killer's dairy about how he loves murder and has killed hundreds...and then suggesting maybe he stabbed all those people by accident.

It's on purpose because he must do it to follow the Fed's dual mandate

1.  Enrich the ruling oligarchy.

2.  Keep the ponzi going as long as possible.

That's it.  Those are the only mandates they have.  If the only way to accomplish the above was to burn every American alive in a nationwide inferno, then I would go long gas and matches.  Because the dual mandate will be done, to the best of the Fed's power.

Only thing we can do is prepare ourselves and the ones we care about, and for the brave to raise their voice in public and take the public mocking, with the hope that maybe one more person can be saved.  It'd suggest everyone read up on what happens to people and society when their money dies, and prepare accordingly.  We have been given a gift in that we have foreknowledge and the Internet to research how to best weather the storm.


Oh and for the record we passed the last abort point in 01.  We could have had a controlled crash then and it would have been horrific but survivable.  We have already driven off the cliff, just waiting for gravity to take us to the crash site.

Tue, 02/15/2011 - 03:31 | 962819 StychoKiller
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Yeehaw, folks!  We all be grabbin' sky...SPLAT!

Tue, 02/15/2011 - 11:06 | 963400 Zedge Hero
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Shameful- You are always spot on.  Read ever comment of yours.

Mon, 02/14/2011 - 19:31 | 961708 slaughterer
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Thats it. I am going to the cockpit to take Bennie the crash pilot away from the controls...  I will not put up with this irresponsible, dangerous daredevil crashing my dear country at full velocity into the world of absolute zero anymore... I am moving to action!   I am going to the Fed with a message for Bennie right now... A message he will finally understand!  ZH primed me... Time for action!

Mon, 02/14/2011 - 19:44 | 961739 Shameful
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Chill out.  It's not Zimbabwe Ben that's the real problem.  If he quit tonight they would have another willing stooge in there tomorrow morning and nothing would change.  It's just the face man we throw tomatoes at.  Sure he's a monster and willing stooge but it's the whole rotten edifice behind him that is the problem.  Fed Chairmen come and go, but the dominant minority remains.

Mon, 02/14/2011 - 19:51 | 961764 slaughterer
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Huh?  I am supposed to let someone with your avatar calm me down from action?  Action, action, action is what matters in this world. 3 million walking towards the Fed with torches, rifles, and lynch knots...  I can see nothing wrong with that... 

Mon, 02/14/2011 - 19:57 | 961785 Shameful
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Really?  You been paying attention to the Homeland Security apparatus being built up?  Can you imagine how much they would love someone take an action seen as violent against the Fed?  It would be a gift to them.  Remember the masses have no idea what is happening, so anyone taking such an action would be cast as a villain by the MSM and the mass man would agree, it's all he knows.

If your fired up about action I would first suggest talking friends, family, strangers about the Fed and what it has done to us and what it will do.  Violence would serve no constructive purpose.  Really attacking the Fed with physical violence would be like beating up a Walmart greeter because you didn't like Walmart.  Might make you feel good, but is going to make your cause look bad.

Taking action is great, just make sure it's the kind of action that doesn't paint the Cabal of Counterfeiters as victims.

Mon, 02/14/2011 - 20:12 | 961842 slaughterer
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The Bernank is the biggest threat to the security of my homeland at this point in time... ZH readers need to do something more than buying gold, ZH T-Shirts and cracking sarcastic remarks about the idiocies of the MSM and the gov... Action needs to be taken at some point... Look at Egypt... If action makes me muck and mire, then let the telluric forces rise up in me ...  These people are not victims or Wal Mart greeters, they are a highly organized cabal of absolute evil...

Mon, 02/14/2011 - 20:38 | 961944 cougar_w
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Ah now you see this is what comes of turning off the TV. I suggest you get yourself to a sports bar and injest some distilled i-don't-care before you actually start to think about the future or something reckless like that.

Jesus H. Christ. Enough of this kind of talk and people will get stiff necked and start demanding changes.

Mon, 02/14/2011 - 21:58 | 962203 goldsaver
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Well, other than buying PMs (gold, silver and copper jacketed lead) and getting out of debt (starving the banks), here is my little contribution to action.

Tue, 02/15/2011 - 07:52 | 962926 Absinthe Minded
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Goldsaver, that is great what better way to get the word out. But maybe you should put a "use by" date on there too, it might just make the sheeple think.

Mon, 02/14/2011 - 20:01 | 961793 Rockford
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You sir, provide firm footing; above the muck and mire... Thank you.

Mon, 02/14/2011 - 21:11 | 962063 johnQpublic
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lets roll


Mon, 02/14/2011 - 19:34 | 961714 Boilermaker
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I've never been to Zimbabwe.  I'm fairly well travelled but it hasn't come up on my itinerary yet. 

I'm am going to shit-hole China on Thursday.  Does that count?  I can't wait to huff diesel fumes for a week and shower in garbage-can smelling carmel colored water, again.  Maybe I can eat some festering street vender food...errr...animal or insect remains.  I just love the industrial waste.  It's awesome'y!


Mon, 02/14/2011 - 19:37 | 961720 cossack55
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Be sure to take some global warming pamphlets with you.

Mon, 02/14/2011 - 19:38 | 961723 mynhair
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Why would anyone go the Chinee-land?

You aren't 'employed', are you?

Mon, 02/14/2011 - 20:08 | 961829 Boilermaker
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Mon, 02/14/2011 - 20:16 | 961849 mynhair
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Why go to Chinee-Land unless forced to by a job?  Thought it was self-explanatory.

Yummmm, rat-on-a-stick, with garlic to hide the decomp!

Mon, 02/14/2011 - 21:32 | 962112 Boilermaker
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Ironically, I'm actually going there because we sell parts to a diesel engine maker there.  Of course, while there I'm constantly pressured to 'partner' with a Chinese company that is about 50 years behind us and 'share' our technology.  Golly, what should I do?

Mon, 02/14/2011 - 19:40 | 961729 Shameful
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Rotflol!  You should write travel brochures.  Been meaning to go to China, summer vacation.  Have some friends that keep telling me I need to go and how great it is.  However a lot of my friends who have been over there are total dicks, so maybe they are just pulling my chain.  But the smell of hot garbage is less then appealing...

Making me think I should just go back to Eastern Europe, where I know the scenery is pretty and I'm already familiar with most of the scams.

Mon, 02/14/2011 - 20:11 | 961834 Boilermaker
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You'll find it quite comforting when your hotel bathroom, in a "5 star" hotel, has signs that say "not fit for human consumption, do not drink" but, evidently, it's perfectly normal and reasonable to bathe in it.

Anyone who raves about how wonderful China is hasn't been more than 100 miles from the east coast.  It is a steaming shit hole of humanity.

Mon, 02/14/2011 - 20:18 | 961866 mynhair
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Europe high end hotels had those same signs - 30 years ago.

It's where I learned what 'potable' meant.

Mon, 02/14/2011 - 21:34 | 962115 Boilermaker
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I haven't seen any 'potable' signs in China.  Of course, my eyes are normally weeping from smog so bad that everything is blurry anyway.  So, who knows for sure.

Mon, 02/14/2011 - 19:43 | 961732 bingaling
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oops need a break

Mon, 02/14/2011 - 19:43 | 961736 bingaling
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Appropriate avatar

Tue, 02/15/2011 - 08:56 | 962991 DosZap
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Be sure to try some street/market vendor Fetus,as its considered a delicacy there.

They waste nothing.

Mon, 02/14/2011 - 19:46 | 961743 jmc8888
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No amount of preparation will be sufficient, or did everyone miss the missive of The Road?


When it comes to resources, it's all about energy....thus Nuclear and Fusion...the now and later approach.  More energy = access to more resources.  Lots of crust left, but it needs energy to access it.  Later on there's fusion, if we Manhattan project it.

The debts are fraudulent. Glass-Stegall is the legislation, the standard, and the spirit of true American economic sovereignty.   It is the REAL stress test.  It zeros out the fake shit from the system, and immediately rights our economic ship. 

There is absolutely no reason why any of this false debt should be paid off.  Surely our choices should not change because this false debt is on our books.

But everyone is going with the premise it has to be paid.  It doesn't.  Only legitimate debt will be, and at this point, every day we wait, the greater in haircuts such debt will need to take.  Because at this point many of the debts are co-mingled with crap, and thus every piece of debt is at risk.  Everyone should know this now and be prepared for a total loss.  Again some will have steep haircuts, steeper as we go on, and others will be found to be wholly fraudulent and completely zeroed.

Glass-Steagall or Zimbabwe

Tue, 02/15/2011 - 05:50 | 962883 Sunshine n Lollipops
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Agreed. It's utterly absurd to assume that, 1) this astronomical debt could be repaid, and 2) that it even should be. Yet, that assumption is made continually and almost never challenged. It's simple: the banks created it. So guess what--they get to eat it. Bon appetit, motherfuckers.


Speaking of The Road missives, here's one to chew on:

"People were always getting ready for tomorrow. I didn't believe in that. Tomorrow wasn't getting ready for them. It didn't even know they were there."

Tue, 02/15/2011 - 09:01 | 963001 DosZap
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Wonder how that would paly with the chinese and Japanese?


There is absolutely no reason why any of this false debt should be paid off

Mon, 02/14/2011 - 19:47 | 961749 nwskii
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This is all you need to know....

"Fiat currency crises are regular events, the average unbacked paper (Fiat) currency lasts 39 years, ours is 40 years off the gold standard.  There have been 3,800 Fiat currencies that have failed.  Not one has ever lasted."

Mon, 02/14/2011 - 20:02 | 961801 tao400
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where did that quote come from. I would like to read the whole articile

Mon, 02/14/2011 - 21:31 | 962105 nwskii
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LOL it came from the article that we posted to

Mon, 02/14/2011 - 19:47 | 961752 Spaceman Spiff
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"Economy Flight 666 - Our One-Way Ticket To Zimbabwe"


Is this the sequel to "LOST?"   

Mon, 02/14/2011 - 20:11 | 961839 cougar_w
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Yes that's right. But the first season episode was canned and the first season cancelled because the script writters were all ZeroHedge fans and wrote the landing scene so that all the actors had to eat one another in the first 5 minutes of the crisis. There was not much to it after that. Hours and hours of scenes of festering corpses in the tropical heat are about as interesting as watching paint dry.

Mon, 02/14/2011 - 20:50 | 961995 Spaceman Spiff
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Bernanke would make a great smoke (up congress's ass) monster.

Mon, 02/14/2011 - 22:57 | 962381 ILikeBoats
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The Bernank as the smoke monster, Jeethner as the polar bear, Pimco head Gross as the drug-addicted guitar player, Locke to be played by Tyler Durden...

Mon, 02/14/2011 - 19:48 | 961753 Rainman
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Damn, soldiers, we keep assuming Bernank is High Kommand. He is only a Robert Gibbs-type for der High Kommand. He is not the shot caller for sure. You'll never see the guy(s) who makes the sausage.

Mon, 02/14/2011 - 19:49 | 961757 FunkyMonkeyBoy
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I need to set my watch... has the Bernanke bought the futures dip yet to turn it green?

Mon, 02/14/2011 - 21:34 | 962122 creviceCaress
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weeeelll....looks like we have ourselves a reader....




just hadta do it FMB

Mon, 02/14/2011 - 19:51 | 961765 Judge Judy Scheinlok
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Mon, 02/14/2011 - 20:26 | 961912 cougar_w
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Dang now I feel stupid, I heard that as ebonics and thought we were all supposed to talk like pimps.

Mon, 02/14/2011 - 20:35 | 961935 cosmictrainwreck
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you have a "husband"? geeze, poor bastard must be nuckin' futz by now

Mon, 02/14/2011 - 20:00 | 961792 patent clown
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Isn't flight 666 Iron Maiden's airplane?

Mon, 02/14/2011 - 22:52 | 962373 Terminus C
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Run to the Hills bitchez!

Tue, 02/15/2011 - 09:03 | 963006 DosZap
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Yeah, and its going to Hell also.

Mon, 02/14/2011 - 20:01 | 961794 tao400
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where did that quote come from. i would like to  read the whole article.

Mon, 02/14/2011 - 20:01 | 961795 tao400
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where did that quote come from. i would like to  read the whole article.

Mon, 02/14/2011 - 20:04 | 961815 gdogus erectus
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Didn't quite make it to the end, eh?

Mon, 02/14/2011 - 20:03 | 961802 gdogus erectus
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There is absolutely no reason why any of this false debt should be paid off.  Surely our choices should not change because this false debt is on our books.

But everyone is going with the premise it has to be paid.  It doesn't.  Only legitimate debt will be, and at this point, every day we wait, the greater in haircuts such debt will need to take.  Because at this point many of the debts are co-mingled with crap, and thus every piece of debt is at risk.  Everyone should know this now and be prepared for a total loss.  Again some will have steep haircuts, steeper as we go on, and others will be found to be wholly fraudulent and completely zeroed."


Exactly JMC - this is what I've been thinking about.  I guess this is not much different than a complete Debt Jubilee.  People need to keep this in mind when TSHTF.

Mon, 02/14/2011 - 20:07 | 961805 bob_dabolina
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As much as I hate Ben I really think he is more of a sympton. It is in my opinion that the true insitution that is responsible for this in it's entirety is the U.S government. Through racking up debt they can not affort, to acting irresponsibly by having banks push no-credit worthy borrowers into homes they couldn't afford (more people in homes = more votes), to waging wars throughout the world that have no end, to being complicit in allowing the fraud to continue with no one being held accountable, and the list goes on...shit, a lot of them don't even pay their taxes.

The real problem isn't Bernanke. It is the government.

And just on a side note, while I'm on it, how is it that every job I have ever applied to I have had to provide a birth certificate but our own President can't? The U.S military would not accept him in without the proper documents and yet he is the leader of the military? How does that work? Banks can't show me the note and my president can't show me his birth certificate?

Mon, 02/14/2011 - 21:29 | 962101 Pants McPants
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Bob, wait for it......wait....

You racist.

Mon, 02/14/2011 - 20:20 | 961875 blindman
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Laurie Anderson - O Superman

Mon, 02/14/2011 - 20:20 | 961878 Hugh G Rection
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- monster box of maples

- 20,000 rounds of .223 .45cal 9mm and .22

- moonshine still

- bp vests

- 3,000 MREs

bring it on...

Mon, 02/14/2011 - 20:29 | 961916 cougar_w
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You got yer tungsten right? PMs are yesterday, it's all about tungsten now is what they tell me.

Mon, 02/14/2011 - 21:40 | 962136 creviceCaress
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looks good the monster box of maples maple syrup by chance?


i dunno about yer food sitch,  you'll die after the first 400 mre unless you've got magnesium citrate handy


i'd pony up on 308, even if ya aint carryin


and you forgot the most overlooked, in-demand, sought-after hedge in the storage.....america's #1 cash crop! thats right, you need some cannabis seeds in there

Mon, 02/14/2011 - 20:29 | 961917 blindman
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Laurie Anderson - O Superman

Mon, 02/14/2011 - 20:40 | 961960 Lndmvr
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Built a still today. Not much of a work of art but distills water just fine.

Mon, 02/14/2011 - 20:55 | 962009 DOGGONE
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Remember "Inflate or die",

from most of a decade ago,

by Richard Russell, the "Dow guy"?

Mon, 02/14/2011 - 21:03 | 962036 alien-IQ
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Urgent Memo

From: The USD

To: Ben Bernanke

Please remove your dick from my ass.

End of memo.

Mon, 02/14/2011 - 21:09 | 962056 Sokhmate
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azaleas, bisches

Mon, 02/14/2011 - 21:12 | 962065 newworldorder
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I agree with you that Bennie and the Jets are part of the problem, but really where are all the other adults in this complicit wreck.

- Congress of the United States

- President of the United States

- The cream de la cream of US academic elites of the economics profession.

Bennie cant be doing this all by himself. If the above adults have abbrogated their responsibilities then we are trully screwed because we have given unlimited and unchecked power to an ecomist who has never worked in the real world for one day of his life. Is it really this bad? Are we all dead men walking?

Mon, 02/14/2011 - 21:26 | 962093 johnQpublic
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if every nation on earth is drowning in debt, who exactly is all this money owed to?

cant all be to the BRIC nations, so who?

do we have more guns/bombs than they do?

if we do, why arent we there instead of afghanistan?

if we're gonna steal a country, lets steal the one gettin all the money

Mon, 02/14/2011 - 21:51 | 962178 tellsometruth
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recently the Federal Reserve became the largest holder of our debt...

Mon, 02/14/2011 - 21:32 | 962109 Aceuphisleev
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First time poster here on Zero Hedge.  I just want to say I enjoy reading everyone's thoughts. 


It seems like what needs to be done FIRST here is to educate the ignorant masses.  We need to get people off their asses and away from their TV shows and make them aware of the dire situation we all might find ourselves in soon.  The longer people are complacent, the longer the Bernank can get away with its ponzi scheme.


Also, I too would like to see a source for the stat about fiat currencies always failing.

Mon, 02/14/2011 - 23:13 | 962312 DavosSherman
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Actually I read that too fast. The median age of a currency now is 39 years for the 176 or so in service.

The average life span of a Fiat Currency is 27 years.  I just saved this file as a .csv and sucked it inot Excel and added the years with a sum and counted anything that lasted less then a year as a year.

Check my math - email me if I jacked it up, his research says the average of those 599 is 15 years.

The 3,800 Fiat Currencies that have failed since men climbed down from trees, came from Crash Course, probably at the end of the money chapter, it has been about 4 years since I watched that, I haven't found a good source on how long they have bee around.


Tue, 02/15/2011 - 03:46 | 962829 StychoKiller
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The members of the Ignorati that actually understand what you're trying to educate them about will most likely shrug their shoulders and say:  "What can I do, I'm just a cog in the machine!"  I've come to the conclusion that a lot of the Ignorati are gonna die, and that it's gonna be up to a few (very few!) enlightened people to prepare for the coming Great Implosion and save as many as they can -- YOU could be one of those "Josephs" (with a coat of many colors, mainly Silver and Gold).

Mon, 02/14/2011 - 22:20 | 962280 max2205
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No doubt they know something will occur that will make this all go away. War. End of the world. Asteroid. Plague. H1n1. Pick one. They know.

Tue, 02/15/2011 - 09:02 | 963002 Absinthe Minded
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"No doubt they know something will occur that will make this all go away. War. End of the world. Asteroid. Plague. H1n1. Pick one. They know."

Something will be "manufactured". Let's get it straight, You don't think The Center for Disease Control is working for the continuation of mankind, do you????

Mon, 02/14/2011 - 23:05 | 962402 web bot
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I'm pretty sure somewhere in some back office in DC, there is some report that has been written which plots how the US is going to get out of this quicksand. Here in my opinion are some of the highlights...

  • QEx basically will lead to inflation (that's insightful)
  • Once inflation sets in, the economy should be moving along... so when interest rates rise... this has a cooling effect on the economy, lowering inflation (Assumption is that China and emerging markets are strong enough to offset dampening of demand due to increase in rates).
  • Due to the massive US debt, default of a run on the USD is likely, which will result in the world will move away form the USD as the default fiat currency.
  • In the event there is a run on the USD or some crisis from the periphery, we'll likely have hyperinflation within weeks due to the velocity of money moving around the globe seeking safety. PMs likely to form the fiat currencies in this event.
  • Within 18 months, hyperinflation destroys the value of US denominated debt... by then, we can have a global reset, where the US will still be position as a dominant leader and a new USD emerges again.. as the new fiat currency. Much of the world will be happy to comply.

If you don't agree with this, then show me how we are going to abate the current deficit, and pay the interest on the outstanding debt. The majority of US debt rolls over every 3 years.

I see no other solution in which the US comes out on top.


Mon, 02/14/2011 - 23:25 | 962464 honestann
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Yeah, sure.  But what if some country or peoples learn a lesson, at least for a while?  I mean, sure, humans are insane and stupid.  Quite true.  However, after a housing crash for example, humans do, for a while, stop thinking "buying homes == automatic wealth".  Therefore, after the world economy is utterly trashed by fiat money, maybe some folks, somewhere on this insane globe will not be so totally anxious to immediately adopt another fiat, fake, fraud, fiction, fantasy currency.

So, sure, basically you're correct... except for the part where it is oh so trivially easy to get everyone to accept yet another scam immediately after being burned.  I mean, at some point during the "catastrophe of currency", even the mainstream media will mention now and again that every fiat currency in the history of the world has self-destructed... on average in about 40 years.

Hmmmmm.  Let's see now.  Nixon cut the connection to gold in 1971.  Now, how long ago was that?  Hmmmmm.  Quite the co-incidence, no?

Tue, 02/15/2011 - 09:09 | 963016 DosZap
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I see no other solution in which the US comes out on top.

We dont.

China is the New World Leader.

Mon, 02/14/2011 - 23:27 | 962471 honestann
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Excellent video links to send to "the clueless masses"... assuming they can tear themselves away from the TV long enough to watch.

Tue, 02/15/2011 - 00:03 | 962556 Stuck on Zero
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Bernanke isn't stupid and he doesn't make the decisions that lead us where we're going.  He's simply the academic tool of the banksters who are stealing the national treasury. 

Tue, 02/15/2011 - 00:42 | 962615 gwar5
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I think Benocide is a high ranking member of the globalist terrorist group, Bank-Qaeda, who are on a one way mission to destroy the dollar to convert to a global IMF fiat currency. When it crashes they'll trot out the SDRs, then Bancor fiat, as it's replacement.

The dollar is exhausted and lived beyond its usefulness for them. By debasing the USD they destroy it and strip the global value before they leave it behind. And our Wall Street banks are not missing any criminal tricks on all the other fronts.

It's all there. They don't even really try to hide it anyore. Global debt, bailed out by new global currency, ran by an unelected global IMF bank as the shadow government under the UN banner for legitimacy and enforcement.

Bank-Qaeda has no national loyalty so what do they care? 

Tue, 02/15/2011 - 00:59 | 962639 Madhouse
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Oh yea, I think I read it too... something about adding another $13 trillion to the deficit. It was between "Charlie Sheen Post Pregnancy Scare Party" and "Tiger Misses the Spitoon". That silly President. Well, long as he's not fuckin up the country anymore than it...

Tue, 02/15/2011 - 01:51 | 962680 DeltaFunctionToronto
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 It is a rather rudimentary supposition that Bernanke has thwarted the best possible guidance of Western financial personalities, and has chosen to his personal satisfaction an outcome of hyperinflation. Yes, hyperinflation will inevitably result, but it will not be a prolonged Zimbabwe-like episode – and the more curious fact remains – it was unavoidable. To remove the ambiguity from this statement, it is expedient to frame the state of Western aggregates as issues of security policy parallel to a monitor addressing domestic conditions.

 Bernanke, contrary to popular belief, has very little control over Federal Reserve policy; and when one understands the political coercion taking place to ensure against deviation from certain guidelines, this notion becomes more plausible. There is an involved explanation that disposes of this seemingly fallacious statement, but it requires years of both military and foreign security training to grasp.

 To shorten the explanation, the following are the constraints:

  1. Washington has a growth imperative in terms of expanding foreign operations, ensuring domestic resource supply, and restraining factors or entities that work to impede this goal.

  2. Currency, specifically the reserve currency, is as well a tool of foreign policy, not only domestic policy.

  3. The Western world faces fundamental threats to its way of life, and may only preserve its institutions and common ideals over the next 5 decades if its substituents are assimilated as a union for operational purposes..

 To elucidate a number of notions that may be foreign to those who haven't had the opportunity to entertain these facts, I'll digress at this point to provide for the thesis that Western policy shortfalls are meant to engender a thrust towards consolidation

  • Ireland was extended a loan package they were not willing to take, but were forced to do so.

  • Significant steps towards North American military and economic integration have been taken in the past 36 months, though many specifics have not been made public.

  • An effort is being made to force a revaluation of the Yuan, using both foreign security and domestic monetary policy, to address significant account imbalances between the West and the East (

  • The EU has begun a long process of financial and regulatory consolidation in and amongst themselves, and will in the future acquiesce to North American demands by accepting a novel accounting unit with a gold tie for the purposes of limiting global liquidity.

  • Major North American exchanges are now being systematically integrated with European operations – this includes both the Toronto Stock Exchange and the New York Stock Echange (in progress).

 Hyperinflation is an unavoidable consequence of ensuring the identity of Western ideals given the prevalent socialist structures and the external economics imbalances at hand. The West cannot survive for any meaningful period of time as a set of socialist states colluding to promote democracy, first without ensuring its own sustenance. It must accelerate this cycle to purge imbalances and reduce barriers to consolidation – that it may reposition itself globally for continuity. This is understood by the security services and military, and thus democracy (socialism in disguise) is being systemically dismantled to ensure continuity. One must understand that the welfare state inevitably collapses upon itself either way due to carrying costs, and it cannot be reformed politically in the process for the reason that doing so would constitute an attack on the public veneer of democracy. The public cannot help themselves, for they do not have the expertise to hedge against global strategic threats.

 In light of this, understand that the gold price suppression is not carried out against the citizenry, but has served as a critical strategic hallmark of this consolidation programme. As evidence, examine the decline in global central bank holdings into 2005. Many of the Western central banks have already been consolidated under a central, though admittedly non-public repository. The issuance of a gold linked SDR under this collective consolidation will provide the West with leverage against an otherwise overpowering, and inevitably oppressive Asian reserve unit that is in its pilot phase. To maintain global standing, it is essential to at least maintain a proportional share of control over the reserve currency.

 I hope this provides suitable clarification and eases some of your concerns.

Tue, 02/15/2011 - 06:57 | 962902 Sunshine n Lollipops
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Who are you?

Tue, 02/15/2011 - 20:14 | 965345 web bot
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I'd like to see you write an article submission to ZH.

Very insightful comments.

Tue, 02/15/2011 - 01:35 | 962703 jimmyjames
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The first major currency that starts going terminal-when interest rates don't matter anymore and foreign intervention doesn't work-gold weighting will start-just a bit-then more-then panic-then the commercial shorts are squeezed and a bidding war between central banks and shorts gets underway and the gold bugs "slowly" sell into the frenzy-jmo-


Tue, 02/15/2011 - 06:27 | 962736 slewie the pi-rat
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if this is politico-ecomic problem caused by fractional banking and criminal behavior and lack of law enforcement, why not address it digitally, by addressing it by ceasing to participate.  i just read a  post on bonner'z DR which pointed out that money orders cost about 1/2 a buck (and are preferred by coin/bullion dealers, too?).  i'm not sure how the MO business works, tho.

theoria is not praxis.  you can blow smoke all day long, going on year 3 now? any changes that don't come from some high authority?

Our author, here, is trying to point out that we're ALL going to hell in batmanke's handbasket. He says:

There is only one way we can avert this disaster, but time is running out, we are passing  that critical fuel point - the point where there is not enough fuel to safely divert.  Therefore it doesn’t look likely that we will be landing anywhere nice on our journey to the impoverished southern continent of Africa.

But he doesn't SAY what the "one way is".  Is he talking revolution, or is he talking some kinda nonviolent play? how we should do this? 

then the author talks about people in high place cracking jokes about our horrible predicament.

so' the bloggerz start cracking jokes. someone tries blaming the US government and we need glass-steagall back, again, with no idea HOW, but at least they weren't trying to be funny, as ditto the JudgeBiCH, who knows what hedonics are. good!

Tyler, this is NOT rocket science.  we do NOT need better charts.  or to be told the batmanke is a bad guy.  or that we're getting robbo-rootered.  assuming this author is not advocating revolution, he seems to want the batmanke to adjust the course on the flight co-ordinates.  1) HOW THE FUK DOES HE PROPOSE TO DO THIS?  2) HAVEN'T WE ALREADY ESTABLISHED THAT WE CAN'T CHANGE COURSE? and 3)  YOU CAN'T CURE SOLVENCY W/ LIQUIDITY, YA ACTUALLY HAFTA TAKE AWAY THE PUNCHBOWL.

ok--we have now been shown, for the 300th time that this "incrementalism" will lead to disaster.  i know people like to get their essys and ideas about what is wrong or what they see the bad guys doing up on the internet.  i know that many people her have businesses and careers and trades which DEPEND on this mess.   what would it be like to be in the Justice Dept, right now, and want to bring honor and respect back to law enforcement?  while they CHEAT ON THEIR EXAMZ AllGov - News - FBI Exam Cheating Scandal.

i don't care!  they're lawyers and accountants who like to pretend they're clint eastwood at the range, while collecting overtime, and how the hell could ANYBODY understand the Boneyard Protection Act, which was the subject of the exams, as i understand it?  and since the Justice Dept. is doing the investigation, i don't see any problem, do you? NOT!!

i'll tell where the problem is:  MEULLER!  the eunich goes into the congo last summer and tells the shitheads there that he doesn't know what happened, or why.  but he'll check and get back to them...

we PAY these people to do this?  Great Hoover's Ghost!  too fuking bad he didn't just BACK UP HIS MEN AND WOMEN and tell the congo to shove it.  that the Homeland Law is complete fuking bullshit and if they don't start to repeal it before he leaves the hot seat he is gonna start drawing up TREASON indictments and here's one for that asshole HOLDER, too.

here's what slewie knows about "law":

1) Law is what is ENFORCED as law.

2) War is NOT an invitation to a tea party.

any questions?  good, now you more that ANYONE in the gooberment, which is NOT the problem.  We The People are the problem and our kids know it, too!!!  the buck stops with you, tyler, and me, and the author here, and the bloggerz.  i don't know what judge judy is doing here, but i hope it's #1), and not to just tell us about her knowledge of endodontics, and not just ride around on her white cotton horse advising us how to hold the teacup with pinky expended while discussing the palsgraf case or dred scott.

and tyler, how about some better focus for #2? 

I go 4 the nonviolent whack-off and we don't even hafta get dressed to get started!  Just start designing the sell orders to GET OUT NOW.  oh, yer "advisor" thinks you should stay diversified?  duh.  the accountant would like to have you avoid the negative tax implications?  really?  poor them!  youre about to fire them BOTH by this action and ride w/out them!  not ok w/ mommy and daddy?  wife doesn't think it's the best thing?  huband doesn't think we should change much b/c he works for the county?

Tyler, please provide some focus. you fuking douchbag.

we know we get 'screwed' when we don't play the game, especially in the eyes of our "friends" who get very antsy when some one tries something, like thinking for him/her self. but let's stop suckling the assheaded sheep and get real, ok?

once i took a job as property manager: 225 tenants.  first day on the job, the owner of the company wants me to drive to a large city and back during the afternoon; of course i'd get gas and toll money, and this and that.  NO!  so his "lieutents start in on me too.  No! it's not my job.  But nobody else can go!  Sounds like a personal problem, i told him, and that he could fire my ass if he didn't like it if this went on for 5 minutes, i was gonna quit! 

nobody knew me except to be introduced and here i was in a screaming match with the 2 big guns.  people were diving out the windows!  many "boss" types just push push push, especially if one isn't comfortable standing up for things.  technically, the agents should not have cheated, but they didn't want to fail, either.  but M should played hardball.  the agents couldn't understand the law b/c it makes very little, if and sense, imo, but i've never read it.  maybe the answer to every question was:  just do whatever the politicoes tell ya, because the idea that citizens have rights and and a constitution is absurd!

what if, instead, the evening new lead was:  M tells c the congress you can Kiss My Ass & threatens Treason indictments?  maybe he loses his job, but, hey, shit happens. he's a bush nominee. the other two guys who wanted the job (wiki) "dropped out from consideration".  here's a piece from 321 gold i read this morning.  too busy to get to it, yest.


this talks about how bushII and condie mighta been reluctant to stay in europe due to possible arrest as war criminals and torturers.  Mueller's confirmation hearings were way short b/c he needed protate surgery, which, as we know, simply cannot be delayed 4 a week.  then he got "vetted" 98-0.   we know who wanted him:  gonzo-les, and cheney?  w/ advise and consent from condie, rummy, wolphie.  bush probably didn't even know what the FBI is.  he took office one week before the "terrorists" took down the TTowers.  just in time! 

Tue, 02/15/2011 - 10:14 | 963202 DavosSherman
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There is a Part II 

Tue, 02/15/2011 - 08:50 | 962981 sporb
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What is the financial equivalent of the tin-foil hat, anyway?

Tue, 02/15/2011 - 14:26 | 964018 slewie the pi-rat
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Davos, i know there is pt 2. t.y. 4 playing!

he did go to H.S. @ St, Paul's!


Domestic wiretapping investigation

Director Mueller, along with Acting Attorney General James B. Comey, offered to resign from office in March 2004 if the White House overruled a Department of Justice finding that domestic wiretapping without a court warrant was unconstitutional.[8] Attorney General John D. Ashcroft denied his consent to attempts by White House Chief of Staff Andrew Card and White House Counsel Alberto R. Gonzales to waive the Justice Department ruling and permit the domestic warrantless eavesdropping program to proceed. On March 12, 2004, President George W. Bush gave his support to changes in the program sufficient to satisfy the concerns of Mueller, Ashcroft and Comey.[8] The extent of the National Security Agency's domestic warrantless eavesdropping under the President's Surveillance Program is still largely unknown.

so he DID put his heiny on the line, OR, somebody scripted a great lit-elle screen-play for him. 

2 "notes": ^ Mayer, Jane, "The Dark Side", 2008. p. 33

a b Eggen, Dan; Kane, Paul (2007-05-16). "Gonzales Hospital Episode Detailed". Washington Post. Retrieved 2007-09-28.

maybe the guy just got snookered by a gaggle of criminals.

he reached a compromise and went back to 'work'.  so if he's so good againt the teflon, what kinda cyanide do they have on him?  why DIDN'T he say, sorry, assholes, i can't compromise here and actually resign?  can't spot a RICO case in which he is involved?

ok, maybe his soljers liked him and still do.  but, if they've been effectively neutered under his leadership, to the extent that laws are not being enforced, i hope enjoys the medalz he will get for this "service", too.

i can see he was a looey in a rifle co in the 60's (outa Camp Smiley Butler?) and, hey, i took the "step forward", also, ok? but i've always been s'pishis of men who volunteered, but maybe he was just a dumb kid, and liked JFK, too. so now, he's a general, and his whole fuking army is surrounded...b/c he compromised?  maybe it was the best decision. i dunno. hey, shit happens, ok, we all get outflanked, now & then, and maybe he is a hero, and not a neo-con toy boy.  maybe that's why i had a wet dream last nite, ok? slewie saw desk jockeys get the Br0'z Star, but that was Arm-eee, not jarheads,  so, i'll drop the judge-mental-izm, but not before wondering how he got the purple.  sure hope it was for losing his ballz while under fire,  and not the cut hand shit, again. let's give the bennies of our doubts and support him, in the streets, even if he wants us there, at his back, ok?  maybe he likes killing people and civilians, too.  i certainly hope so, at this point;  we all know what the punishment for treason is, do we not??an khe zahn was a heluva party, too, eh.  i'll salute him. maybe he can get the Agency-issie to fight for their pensions, and Take The Fuking HILL!!!

must get to personal problem myself, since iyam gonna be farce majuered to "spend" about $140 of my soc. sec. "income" of $526/ mo, for "mad-i-care" if i don't.  they wouldn't "let" me file the paperwork til today, while it wazn't raining. i sure hopt it doesn't take them 2+ months to get to it, like last time i needed some help.  any betz?  Hahahaha!

t.y. mr bones!  and t.y 4 flanking me so i coudn't correct my spelling and punctuation, too.  awe-sum.  i'm noy a "typist" and rarely go with one line, or 1 para, and these stupid fuking little boxees and the lach of print sizing make mi a little tenze anfer 12/14 hours, so, poor me, eh?

oh yeah--kiss my fuking ass, t(o0)u shitwho'd shitwad!!

slewie out

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