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Things That Make You Go Hmmm - The Game Of Sovereign KerPlunk!

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Now that formal newsflow has officially replaced the Onion's funny pages, it is only fitting that the reality of politics and finance be reduced to a board game. Enter Grant Williams, to whom the last days of the Ponzi unwind are nothing more or less than a game of KerPlunk!: "When playing KerPlunk!, the early straws are easy to pull out without causing any dislocation amongst the marbles. Consequently, there is a period when players spin the tube with abandon and yank straws from the bottom of the pile with the kind of carefree attitude one normally only sees on the face of a Fed Chairman about to be interviewed by CNBC, but as it goes on, almost imperceptibly, the  game changes and tension begins to creep into the face of each and every player. The shift normally happens when one stray marble drops as a straw is pulled out without the requisite attention being paid to the ramifications of doing so. The sound of that one marble hitting the plastic floor of the tube is normally enough to concentrate the minds of the players for a minute or two, but pretty soon, as a few more straws get pulled out without further consequences, players relax again. It’s about this time that the game changes completely. Without any warning, the remaining tangle of straws suddenly looks precarious and finding a straw to pull out safely requires extreme focus...Each of the straws is virtually guaranteed to dislodge some marbles when pulled out – no matter how much care is taken – and while there are still a few straws which will cause minimal problems, certain straws, when pulled out, will cause a small avalanche. By this stage in the game it is abundantly clear to all the players that the point of no-return has been reached and in no time at all - and indeed at any moment - all the marbles will end up tumbling down; the cacophony of noise created by the echo in the plastic tube jarring to one and all."

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Mon, 07/04/2011 - 15:01 | 1424869 cossack55
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I would have thought KerFlop more likely the sound.

Mon, 07/04/2011 - 15:19 | 1424904 Transitory Disi...
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I assumed that they would just change the game if things were not working out.  This looks like a fun game http://www.amazon.co.uk/Crayola-Xpress-Electric-Printing-Press/dp/B0000C...

Mon, 07/04/2011 - 16:14 | 1425011 Zero Govt
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..or Kerfuck!

Mon, 07/04/2011 - 15:06 | 1424873 slewie the pi-rat
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next time, ask before you use the bong, k?

Mon, 07/04/2011 - 15:08 | 1424877 FunkyMonkeyBoy
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If you ever lost the little light sabre for your original starwars darth vader character figurine, then the kerplunk straws, with a little trim down, made a perfect replacement, with the added bonus of a variety of colors.

Mon, 07/04/2011 - 15:11 | 1424888 Franken_Stein
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What happened to Don Blankenship ?

 

Mon, 07/04/2011 - 15:15 | 1424892 Franken_Stein
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Has he been DeLay-ed already for what his negligent conduct did to 29 West Virginian miners at Upper Big Branch ?

 

Mon, 07/04/2011 - 15:13 | 1424891 carbonmutant
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I believe the EU is looking for a way to explain why falling marbles don't count...

Mon, 07/04/2011 - 15:20 | 1424895 Franken_Stein
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Because it's transitory.

Soon they're gonna lift gravity and make them fall up again.

g = 9.81 m/s² is so yesterday.

 

Mon, 07/04/2011 - 15:23 | 1424910 carbonmutant
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Like trying to legislate Pi...

Mon, 07/04/2011 - 16:16 | 1425017 Zero Govt
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Legislate or levitate?

Mon, 07/04/2011 - 15:19 | 1424900 Kokulakai
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Kleptoplop.

Mon, 07/04/2011 - 15:19 | 1424901 williambanzai7
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Mon, 07/04/2011 - 15:38 | 1424939 Popo
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Is there a carb on that thing?

Mon, 07/04/2011 - 16:59 | 1425085 Yen Cross
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  Fuel Injected!

Mon, 07/04/2011 - 15:39 | 1424940 Popo
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Mon, 07/04/2011 - 16:18 | 1425020 Zero Govt
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picture an angry mob at the bottom of the tube awaiting Mr Papaparasite to drop for added realism

Mon, 07/04/2011 - 16:44 | 1425064 PY-129-20
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Yeah - or this other dude, Korruptis or what was his name? Ah, Kouroublis! Sorry, at least he voted against this bailout stupidity

Mon, 07/04/2011 - 15:30 | 1424924 Dre4dwolf
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So put the straws back.

 

Mon, 07/04/2011 - 17:40 | 1425139 toady
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+1

Mon, 07/04/2011 - 15:30 | 1424927 carbonmutant
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There is of couse an alternative to this game in which you pay others to pull the sticks...

Mon, 07/04/2011 - 15:32 | 1424929 Franken_Stein
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Gregor Gysi, one of the brightest minds in the German parliament, East German, ex-member of the East-German communist SED (Socialist Unity Party), then PDS (party of democratic socialism), now Die Linke (The left party), and fierce opponent of Angela merkel, calling her out recently about the dire situation in Greece in the German Bundestag.

 

He has studied the structure of hedgefunds, bailouts and CDS to a great extent, more than anyone in the Bundestag I dare to say.

And he's a rhetoric genius.

He has a PhD and is lawyer.

 

He still doesn't know that Merkel is remote controlled by the likes of Kissinger and the Bilderberg group, to which Helmut Kohl introduced her, as well as to the Bush family from Texas.

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MjVlD0LEkTk

 

Mon, 07/04/2011 - 16:10 | 1425001 Rynak
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Not so sure about the last paragraph of your post. Gysi is someone whom i would not call a mastermind, but definatelly would try to never underestimate. This guy amazes me as much as he scares me, because with his intelligence and rethoric skill, he could pull off things of which most other politicians in the german gov could only dream - and i mean in both regards, good and bad.

In theory, that he so far hasn't used his skills to support the kleptocrats should ease my mind.... and yet, i just cannot trust him.... kinda weird.

Mon, 07/04/2011 - 16:51 | 1425072 walküre
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Guess where he got his skill set from.

He's former KGB or at the very least, he's closely affiliated to KGB.

Bilderberg isn't the only elite group manipulating politics.

KGB is running many affairs in Europe, Africa and Asia.

Mon, 07/04/2011 - 16:56 | 1425081 Rynak
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Last time i checked, being a secret service agent doesn't involve being talented in moving the masses, and explaining complicated things simple, without overly dumbing them down.

I don't know which affiliations he has, but his "skillset" has nothing to do with what you're claiming.

Mon, 07/04/2011 - 17:13 | 1425100 walküre
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He's got an agenda just like everyone else.

Good speech though although it was met with hysterical laughter.

What he is suggesting will not get any traction as it cuts deep into the pockets of the banking elite. They would sooner start a war and reap profits from total destruction than to write-off their losses and walk away. We've been there, done that.

 

Mon, 07/04/2011 - 21:31 | 1425117 Rynak
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Well, of course he has an agenda. He knows very well that what he's proposing will not happen in the near future. He's simply gaining voters for the party, by doing what he has been doing for the last 20 years: top-notch rethorics, good analytical skills, and giving the impression of being a lone voice of common sense and honesty. The combined "gestalt" of those properties, it what makes his speeches so powerful.

I mostly like what he has been doing in the last 20 years, but i just have no idea how he would use his skills, if he got more power than being the leader of a minor party. That is why i feel uncomfortable with him - not because of what he has done so far, but because of what he could do, if he had more power.

P.S.: I consider gregor gysi the most talented speaker of all popular german politicians. He has so far used those skills only for minority parties, and for non cleptocratic means. But i wonder if his skills could put certain historic german speakers to shame, if he got more power, and used  it for non-cleptocratic means. This does not mean that he will do so(his entire track-record suggests that he  will not do so), yet i'm scared if he would do do. I just cannot think of any german politcian who could beat him, at the same power-level - and that makes me concerned (justified or not).

Mon, 07/04/2011 - 17:35 | 1425128 Escapeclaws
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He is plugging the Swedish model with regard to the banks.  He wants to nationalize them, ddeal with their worthless assets and then sell them back to the private sector. I never understood why that is a no-go and isn't even tried. Sure makes more sense than trying to throw good money after bad for the indefinite future.  At the same time, he says that the export profits of Germany actually work against countries like Greece, Portugal and Ireland. I'm not sure why this should be the case except that I recall that he said that 60% of the export revenues come from the EU.

A big point he makes is that the austerity measures imposed on the PIIGs will only result in reduced income and therefore income taxes leading to a downward spiral. So what is the reason for doing this? It doesn't make sense on its face, financially. It must be simply to force the middle class in these countries into poverty and thereby make them submissive in preparation for the NWO.

He is a good orator, but I think that's by virtue of having done his homework. He just reels off the facts and explains their causes and consequences, as opposed to the obfuscation one calls oratory in the US.

 

Mon, 07/04/2011 - 18:16 | 1425188 Rynak
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At the same time, he says that the export profits of Germany actually work against countries like Greece, Portugal and Ireland. I'm not sure why this should be the case except that I recall that he said that 60% of the export revenues come from the EU.

Short version:

1. Germany and france lend to the PIIGS

2. Germany exports to the PIIGS (which are the importers), who then pay germany. But what they pay is not the debt, but for the products. Their debt stays untouched.

3. PIIGS have an import bias and thus a trade deficit. They because of the structure of the EMU also are rather restricted in changing much about that.

4. Goto 1

 

Even shorter version:

1. Germany and france lend goods to the PIIGS.

2. PIIGS consume goods

3. Goto 1

Mon, 07/04/2011 - 20:01 | 1425330 trampstamp
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So the PIIGS never get slaughtered... Nice

That'll do... pig that'll do.

Mon, 07/04/2011 - 20:13 | 1425348 Rynak
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They will get slaughtered when the mafia-men appear and proclaim "enough is enough, we now own yuo!", and the populace does not say "fuck you!"

Mon, 07/04/2011 - 15:40 | 1424946 duncecap rack
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The connection between Kerplunk and the current situation is pure genius. Perfect analogy!

Mon, 07/04/2011 - 15:42 | 1424950 akak
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Europe just had their latest G-pap-smear, and the results were positive.

Which means they were negative.

Which means, prepare for the inevitable hystericaleuroectomy.

Mon, 07/04/2011 - 16:05 | 1424978 Franken_Stein
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In the video, Gysi describes the impossibility of Greece ever paying back the loans and outstanding bonds, even more so under ever harsher austerity programs.

 

He calls it a "Teufelskreis", a vicious circle.

 

He also says that it is insane to prescribe that same doomed to fail medication to countries like Portugal and Ireland.

He speaks of the high multiplying effect of rising lower incomes, strengthening the "Binnennachfrage" = domestic demand, since low income people tend to spend a muh higher percentage of their rising incomes than high-income individuals.

 

He heavily criticizes Germany's one-sided focus on exports (Bilderberg/Rockefeller goal of strengthning multi-national corporations => corporate fascism as advocated by Mussolini),

which are only possible through ever higher indebtedness in the corresponding import countries.

 

He demands the so-called "Swedish model", i.e. he wants Deutsche Bank and Commerzbank to be temporarily nationalized, in order to lower interests on outstanding Greek loans.

 

It is very clear to me that Merkel isn't herself.

She's remote controlled. She shrugs off and brushes aside detailed questions on the aid packages for Greece. Never explains why and how she thinks its gonna work.

She's a tool.

 

I also know that Peer Steinbrück (SPD), who recently announced his plans for candidacy for chancellery, attended this years Bilderberg meeting in St. Moritz 09.-12.06.2011.

 

Mon, 07/04/2011 - 16:09 | 1424997 cossack55
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temporarily nationalized. Is that the same as transitory nationalization?  What will be the next euphamism to replace transitory? This IS a fun game.

Mon, 07/04/2011 - 16:39 | 1425054 Rynak
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When you want to keep a bank, that is bancrupt AND possibly earning back the lost bailout cash from them AND ensure that regardless of current laws regarding banks, they behave exactly as you want..... then there isn't much alternative to making them yours -> nationalization.

After they fullfilled their purpose and you earned back most of the cash you spent on them, you could re-privatize them to cut down on gov-assets again, and make a nice surplus in the process.

Got a better idea than that, which doesn't involve the bank imploding uncontrolled?

Mon, 07/04/2011 - 16:16 | 1425016 equity_momo
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Dude theyre all tools. You think its possible for a person to navigate the halls of power and attain the post of  running a country , any country , but especially a powerful country , without being corrupted along the way?

Many may start out on their political career with good intentions , but the entire system is designed so only those that are prepared to sleep with the devil get to the top. Part of getting to the top involves knowing when to STFU and do as youre instructed.

Mon, 07/04/2011 - 16:26 | 1425027 Franken_Stein
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But that doesn't mean that we can't change it.

We have the Internet now.

And we know about the existence of Bilderberg group.

We can spread information much faster and have a much higher multiplying effect than ever before.

And that is the main difference to before the advent of the internet.

 

Look, we already took down 2 FDP and 1 CDU hopeful, by starting the now infamous "GuttenPlag" and "VroniPlag" anti-plagiarism campaigns against fake PhD titles with neo-con politicians in Germany.

 

Guttenberg (CDU, ex-defense minister): destroyed

Koch-Mehrin (FDP, EU parliamentarian): destroyed

Chatzimarkakis (FDP, Bundestag parliamentarian): down

 

All aspiring globalist/corporatist sellouts.

All down.

 

All stripped of their fake PhD, then resigned.

This strategy is very effective.

 

Mon, 07/04/2011 - 18:38 | 1425227 equity_momo
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Good point.

Mon, 07/04/2011 - 16:37 | 1425040 Zero Govt
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"Gysi describes the impossibility of Greece ever paying back the loans and outstanding bonds, even more so under ever harsher austerity program.. He calls it a "Teufelskreis", a vicious circle."

Absolute nonsense argument peddled from Greece to California. Cutting the public sector is the ONLY way to get out and possibly find the money to repay interest or the remoter chance of capital.

How can any economy recover, or the Govt find the money to repay, with a glutnous Govt budget sucking money out of the private sector? The only way out is to cut taxation to the private sector (Greece is doing the exact opposite) to allow excess capital to find its way into investment and then returns in taxable profits after. Place more tax burdens on the private sector and your future tax returns will assuredly dwindle.

Or cut Govt cuts hard spending immediately enough to save money for repayments rather than sink/waste further funds into the wasteful hole that is the public sector.

The argment that Govt spending cuts contracts GDP so what? It's GDP counted productively but is in fact entirely wasteful (consumed) capital from tax or debt counted twice being added into GDP. It shouldn't be included in the first place 

Mon, 07/04/2011 - 16:51 | 1425069 Rynak
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Actually, a more simple explanation of your position, is that the answer to every problem, regardless of the timespan and regardless of the consequences - is to simply do what your nickname says.

What frankenstein did not post, is that gysi also explained in detail WHY in the shortterm blindly axing public services and social programmes, would nuke the economy: Buying power. In the absense a stable selfsustainable economy already existing, most of the buying power comes from the government via what you would call socialism.

Oh, i can hear the next argument already: It doesn't fix the causes.... the country should have a stable selfsustainable economy instead of compensating it with socialism. Completely correct.... BUT to get there, the efficient path is not to FIRST nuke buying power, and THEN build up the economy and leave the EMU (euro).... but instead the other way around.... which precisely is what gysi is proposing.

Now, who's making sense, and who's making nonsense?

Mon, 07/04/2011 - 17:52 | 1425154 Escapeclaws
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The other factor that seems to get swept under the rug is that these banks make loans of money created out of thin air--fractional reserve banking. This only works in one direction. When the economy starts contracting the fractional reserve banks left to themselves would implode. So why should the borrowers be any more liable for fixing the problems then the banks themselves who lent them phony money in the first place? This side of things is never addressed by austerity fanatics.

Mon, 07/04/2011 - 19:44 | 1425316 Bartanist
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Austerity obviously fixes nothing because the problem is mathematically impossible to fix when the banks lend a total of x and x+y must be repaid. It can never work unless x is reduce somehow (or assets in excess of the value of x+y can be created through labor and traded for debt plus interest ... does not work in a financial, consumer, service based economy), such as a default that makes the banks shareholders and bondholders take a hit or get wiped out.

Default and wiping out, then restarting banks with fresh funny money is the real answer.

Tue, 07/05/2011 - 02:39 | 1425923 Escapeclaws
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Bart, I agree with what you say--haircuts for bondholders is the only equitable solution--another "off the table" item as far as discussion goes.

As an addendum to my point about fractional reserve lending, it is clear that when we say "reserves" we are talking about what amounts to depositors' savings being treated as a form of insurance in the case where depositors would lose confidence and want to withdraw their money. The amount is set at 10% of all bank assets (loans) by the government. This seems rather arbitrary and neglects the fact that insurance premiums are normally determined actuarially--a point that I've never seen discussed, but would seem to be a natural outcome of how banks treat reserves. One would expect reserve requirements to increase in bad economic times, for example.

However, my real point about reserves, given that they are treated as insurance, is that the banks have, in effect, self-insured against bad economic times in this fashion and should fold if their net worth goes to zero. Otherwise, why have reserve requirements at all? This is their insurance, and once that is used up they are toast. This would eliminate the moral hazard of bailouts which only encourages them to abuse their fractional reserve lending capacity. Furthermore, while depositors implicitly accept the possibility of loss of their savings in putting their money in a fractional reserve bank, nobody, other than those doing business with the given bank, would be affected. There would be no foisting these debts onto the backs of innocent taxpayers who did not even do business with the banks in question. This is nothing but state tyranny.

The whole point of banking seems to be lost nowadays. The idea in the past was that bankers would be prudent so that you could always count on your money being safe. That is also why savings rates are so low--depositors accept this in return for the banks' guarantee. All of that has now been turned on its head. Fractional reserve lending should be considered a privilege that will be withdrawn for those banks that abuse the privilege. This is just elementary common sense.

 

Mon, 07/04/2011 - 16:47 | 1425068 Ghordius
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Merkel has no clue of economics. She is more into science.

Mon, 07/04/2011 - 17:16 | 1425106 walküre
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Got any more information on Steinbrück = Bilderberg?

Mon, 07/04/2011 - 17:22 | 1425112 Franken_Stein
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See 2 posts above, please.

 

Mon, 07/04/2011 - 16:09 | 1424998 rwe2late
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 Actually, the game of Blockhead may provide a more apt analogy.

The whole structure keeps increasing in size and precariousness

until it finally collapses.

Mon, 07/04/2011 - 17:20 | 1425005 Franken_Stein
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You want the video evidence, don't you ?

Heeeere it is:

Steinbrück in St. Moritz, accompanied by Thomas Enders, CEO of Airbus, Eric Schmidt of Google and Peter Mandelson, British EU parliamentarian.

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HceXSOfSXtk

 

Mon, 07/04/2011 - 17:59 | 1425163 walküre
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Steinbrück's response to "Why are you part of the New World Order?" was a fisty: ".. and which world order do you have?"

He's accepting the new world order as a fact and suggesting that the new world order is superior to any other order.

 

Mon, 07/04/2011 - 16:26 | 1425036 Cheesy Bastard
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There is a pattern brewing here.  One year after Kerplunk came Battling Tops.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Battling_Tops

Tue, 07/05/2011 - 00:50 | 1425825 G-R-U-N-T
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2 years before "Battling Tops".... "Rock Em Sock Em ROBOTS".

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=joDjwtjIQS8

Mon, 07/04/2011 - 16:53 | 1425074 Franken_Stein
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Gysi also demands an outright ban of hedge funds and private equity companies in the Eurozone as well as an introduction of a financial transaction tax (Tobin tax).

I know these are all concepts whose realization is unfathomable in America, but look where your turbo-capitalism has lead you.

 

Mon, 07/04/2011 - 16:52 | 1425075 Nothing To See Here
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Once it all goes down the toilet, the EU will wake up and simply pass a law against poverty and inequality, so all these financial troubles will be meaningless because poverty and inequality will be erased by law, which is the point of the State isnt it.

 

Wait, they already have such a law in France...

Tue, 07/05/2011 - 02:22 | 1425917 Hook Line and S...
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Glad you brought it up in a Freudian way... "once it all goes down the toilet"

I can see Bernank pushing it out, straining, squeezing out those FRN's 

Stay still, you can hear and smell the KerPlunk

Mon, 07/04/2011 - 16:54 | 1425079 Spartaguy
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Kerplunk?? How about "weeee-yauuu-ahhh!!" The global banker enslavement scheme continues..

 

 

http://wisdomandword.blogspot.com/

Tue, 07/05/2011 - 03:36 | 1425956 Escapeclaws
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This reminds me of Pascal's Wager in the sense that he made a really BIG wager. Any self-respecting deity would fail to be impressed by this wager, which somehow escaped the otherwise attentive philosopher. (He essentially posited that you should believe in God because if you turn out to be wrong, you have lost nothing; contrarywise, if there is a God and you do not believe in Him, He may take issue with that in a discomfiting sort of way.)

The elites have made a similar BIG wager. They have decided that they can steal all of the wealth of those below them without having to worry about their own safety. They are counting both on their absolute power and technical advances such as chipping everyone. To me this seems completely foolhardy on their part--they must not be very bright. It's one thing to execise control over a population that has never tasted freedom, such as the Russian serfs of the nineteenth century, but quite another to mess with educated people who know which end is up and are prepared to use all of their ingenuity. The elites should at least expect a bumpy ride. Essentially, they will still have a need for talented people--this is inescapable, but it is also the Achilles heel for the elites. (May I suggest this topic for their next Bilderberg sceance. I'm sure, given that these elites are all a bunch of neo-Cathars, that their spiritual mentors would be in favor of such a discussion.)

Mon, 07/04/2011 - 19:34 | 1425300 Ricky Bobby
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1967 for me was ""Eight Miles High" by the birds and a sweet 66 mustang.

Mon, 07/04/2011 - 19:35 | 1425301 ISEEIT
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Now I understand why the EUR is so precious! It is a super fiat currency! The most super Fiat of all! It's just super duper trooper. Pretty soon Greeks will stop being Greek and America will go away and, and, and..We will all just be super, super happy and spend our super duper real money buying/paying for super duper stuff.

It's gunna be Grrrr...........ate! Just like Tony the Tiger used to say. I promise Beav, really.

Mon, 07/04/2011 - 20:28 | 1425362 Rynak
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You're late. That about was the public sentiment, after the EUR was introduced, and population dislike for it was ignored. What followed was mass-stockholm-syndrome: "It's good and everything will be great! We will be like the USA! We're all one big happy family and now have our own block. We now may have as big an eco-penis as them! It's the future!"

That was back then.

Now, it is what mainstream politicians are proclaiming, while populations think, that it just sucks.

Mon, 07/04/2011 - 21:06 | 1425417 Lord Welligton
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"Each player must accept the cards life deals him or her: but once they are in hand, he or she alone must decide how to play the cards in order to win the game."

 

Voltaire.

 

Pure Human hating scum.

 

Just a game to him and the banks .............

Mon, 07/04/2011 - 21:21 | 1425441 Lord Welligton
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"Each player must accept the cards life deals him or her: but once they are in hand, he or she alone must decide how to play the cards in order to win the game."

 

Voltaire.

 

The Philosophy of Hate.

Mon, 07/04/2011 - 21:25 | 1425447 Lord Welligton
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"We didn’t lose the game; we just ran out of time."

– Vince Lombardi

 

Pure unadulterated shit.

Tue, 07/05/2011 - 02:41 | 1425498 Yen Cross
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 Great quote. Reminds me of that [LOCK DOWN] Situation.

 

    L/W I was trying to give you a complement. Thanks for the junk.

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