Santelli Slams Central Bank Policies: "The Market Is Rapidly Realizing That They Can't Go On Forever"

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While the world's talking heads are desperately opening their global financial crisis fire-extinguishing mouths that this time is different, Rick Santelli takes 4 minutes to highlight the problems associated with liquidity that is always leveraged to the max and the problems that now await us. "For a while," Santelli calmly explains, the fairy-dust commercial planners (Central banks) "at least for a while, made everything seem like it could work." However, with "no excess margin in the system," emerging-market-cannonball-driven ripples in the global pool of liquidity are a major problem. Slamming those who argue 'taper is small' or 'Argentina doesn't matter'; the ever-increasing central-bank-inspired interconnectedness means "the market is realizing in a hurry," as we have warned numerous times, "these [central bank] programs can't go on forever,"

Add to this, Santelli notes, that even the central bank architects of the (faux market) buildings (e.g. BoE's Carney) no longer want to live in these buildings... and problems lie ahead...