Striking Admission By Former Bank Of England Head: The European Depression Was A "Deliberate" Act

Tyler Durden's picture

Once again we find that it is only after they leave their official posts that central bankers finally tell the truth.

Last night, it was Alan Greenspan who blasted the state of the economy, saying that "we’re in trouble basically because productivity is dead in the water" and when asked if he is optimistic going forward, Greenspan replied "no, I haven't been for quite a while."

Then on Sunday, the former head of the BOE, Mervyn King, warned that another aspect of the global economy, namely the financial system whose structural problems remain untouched since the financial crisis have been untouched, is "certain to have another crisis."

To be sure, warnings by former central bankers who are more responsible about the current global mess sound as nothing but revisionist bullshit. And yet, it was what King said today at the launch of his new book that left us surprised.

As the Telegraph reports today, according to the former head of the Bank of England Europe's economic depression "is the result of "deliberate" policy choices made by EU elites. Mervyn King continued his scathing assault on Europe's economic and monetary union, having predicted the beleaguered currency zone will need to be dismantled to free its weakest members from unremitting austerity and record levels of unemployment.

King also said he could never have envisaged an economic collapse of the depths of the 1930s returning to Europe's shores in the modern age. But, he added, the fate of Greece since 2009 - which has suffered a contraction eclipsing the US depression in the inter-war years - was an "appalling" example of economic policy failure, he told an audience at the London School of Economics.

"I never imagined that we would ever again in an industrialised country have a depression deeper than the United States experienced in the 1930s and that's what's happened in Greece. 

Lord King - who spent a decade fighting the worst financial crisis in history at the Bank of England - has said the weakest eurozone members face little choice but to return to their national currencies as "the only way to plot a route back to economic growth and full employment".

But the biggest question about Europe's depression has always been whether it was the result of sheer stupidity and poor economic decisions or deliberate. King's answer was stunning: "it is appalling and it has happened almost as a deliberate act of policy which makes it even worse".

The reason this statement is profound, is because it validates what "that" 2008 AIG report predicted long ago, and certainly years before the European crisis was unleashed, namely that Europe would specifically create a financial crisis (as well as an environmental crisis, as well as terrorism) in order to fortify "Empire Europe."

Recall what then-AIG Banque's strategist Bernard Connolly said in response to the rhetorical question of "What Europe wants"

To use global issues as excuses to extend its power:

  • environmental issues: increase control over member countries; advance idea of global governance
  • terrorism: use excuse for greater control over police and judicial issues; increase extent of surveillance
  • global financial crisis: kill two birds (free market; Anglo-Saxon economies) with one stone (Europe-wide regulator; attempts at global financial governance)
  • EMU: create a crisis to force introduction of “European economic government”

The tragedy for Europe is that it has all panned out just as Europe's unelected, ruling oligarchy as expected, and while we should congratulate Brussels which has managed to not only preserve but solidify its power, it now rules over a decaying, economically insolvent continent, with an entire generation left unemployed, with millions of refugees scrambling to get in, and with Europe's cultural "integration" back to levels not seen in decades.

And whereas before we could speculate that all of this had been at most a chance occurrence, we now know better: it was premeditated from day one.

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pillory-hillary's picture

well then.  i guess that all of the rest of our dour and dire predictions will also be right despite years of denial and bravado from the asshole elitist swine at the top of the shit heap which is the undemocratic EU.

good bye mo fos

macholatte's picture

"All past oligarchies have fallen from power either because they ossified or because they grew soft.  Either they became stupid and arrogant, failed to adjust themselves to changing circumstances, and were overthrown; or they became liberal and cowardly, made concessions when they should have used force, and once again were overthrown. ... It is in the ranks of the Party, and above all the Inner Party, that the true war enthusiasm is found. ... If human equality is to be for ever averted -- if the High, as we have called them, are to keep their places permanently -- then the prevailing mental condition must be controlled insanity."

"The Party seeks power entirely for its own sake. ... We know that no one ever seizes power with the intention of relinquishing it.  Power is not a means, it is an end.  ... How does one man assert his power over another ... By making him suffer.  Obedience is not enough.  Unless he is suffering, how can you be sure that he is obeying your will and not his own?  Power is inflicting pain and humiliation.  ... A world of fear and treachery and torment, a world of trampling and being trampled upon, a world which will grow not less but more merciless as it refines itself. ... If you want a picture of the future, imagine a boot stamping on a human face--for ever."


-- Orwell  1984

clooney_art's picture

Pitchforks ?  - start with the media organizations.

kliguy38's picture

Hmmmm.....has he checked his car seems there's an epidemic of brake failure and spontaneous combustion

eforce's picture

1984 wasn't that bad when you consider that the only ones oppressed were those seeking power in order to subvert it.

Life as a prole was pretty much happy hour 24/7.

I think 1984 is just a pessimistic view of what the end result of The Protocols will look like, and Orwell was a lefty...

philipat's picture

It's past Ghordius bedtime but that's a shame because I'm sure he would just love this piece. Of course, when he finally responds, we can be sure that is all just an Anglo-Saxon conspiracy to make Brussels look bad. Unfortunately, that doesn't require any conspiracy...

Keyser's picture

Why wasn't he drug out into the street and hung from the nearest lamp post? Admitting complicity in the financial downfall of the EU should be good for a few lashes of the whip at the very least...

JRobby's picture

Can we kill them now? We have been awful patient and pretty well behaved, until now.

knukles's picture

Thesis, Antithesis, Synthesis
I know that you know all about that
See, they are Satanic Evil Fuckers.  It's all been Prophesied by all sports of folks. 

Don't worry folks, The Hildabeast will free us of this Cycle of Hell.   (Need I really add the sarc tag?)

logicalman's picture

I think she wants to free us from this cycle of hell.

She wants one she can call hre very own.


peddling-fiction's picture

To Mervyn King (ex BOE) : No sh*t Sherlock...

onewayticket2's picture

does he own a 2013 Tahoe in Oklahoma?

Tall Tom's picture

Wait until Greenspan admits the same.


This fraud, this sham, this corruption needs to die.


The only way to rid ourselves of the shackles is to demolish it.


The Beast must die.


Hell I wrote enough about this last night on that Greenspan thread.


Paging Bix Weir. Paging Bix Weir,


I know that you are reading this.


And I will be reading all about it in my email tomorrow.





To Liberty...

XuscitizenSweden's picture

Hi T_T_ !

"...Hell I wrote enough about this last night on that Greenspan thread. ....";

Yepp, Look's like you called it; Mervee King's statement is a definite confirmation.


;) X-

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Father Thyme (not verified) Tall Tom Mar 3, 2016 5:05 AM

Tall Tom sez: "...demolish it...must die..."

Mises addressed destructive personalities like you.

"...Christianity is Bolshevism. The Bolshevists, too, wish to destroy everything that exists because they regard it as hopelessly bad."
Ludwig von Mises

You delight in finding parts of our society that need reformed (no argument there) because you're an anarchist whose actual goal is to "wither away the state." Like your brethren the Communists, Mises regarded your ilk as rather "shallow-minded." 

"A shallow-minded school of social philosophers, the anarchists, chose to ignore the matter by suggesting a stateless organization of mankind."
Ludwig von Mises
The Ultimate Foundation of Economic Science

But do go on, give us your Two-Minute Hate (or blowhard even longer) against Mises.

Ghordius's picture

+1. btw, note that this article is from the point of view of neo-Keynesians (King and Connolly) against eurozone policies of (somewhat, agreed) balanced budgetsnow, what would Mises say to that?

Mediocritas's picture

I've been trying to tell Ghordius for years that the gameplan for Europe is to create a United States of Europe.

He doesn't want that (good for him!) but his desire to not have that seems to put him in a state of denial as to what is indeed going on at the highest level...

Ghordius my friend, can you not see that Soros et al run Europe? (Despite your objections). I hope your team wins the battle, I really do (count me as an ally), but at this stage it's not looking good. 


Ghordius's picture

Mediocritas, thank you for your warnings.

But this article and what Lord Merwyn King, former head of the Bank of England say on the matter aren't convincing me.

Sure, Soros et al want a United States of Europe. and they are aided by the EU federalists, which are legion. but what is indeed "going on at the highest level"?

The UK will have a referendum about BreXit, in June. regardless of the outcome, the eastern european countries which both the UK and the US pushed hard to get into the EU (so that they would be in NATO) are completely at cahoots with many "common" issues like war refugees.

The EU, that "mythical beast", is still behaving as what it is: a loose alliance or confederation of sovereign states with a common regulatory system for a common market.

Any attempt at federalization in the next decade is completely out of hope, and I cheer to that.

King says that "...Europe's economic depression "is the result of "deliberate" policy choices made by EU elites".

Sounds... well, it sounds the way it sounds. but what were those policies, exactly? well, mostly, just balancing budgets instead of spending with abandon.

And that is not neo-Keynesian, and so of course irks our dear Lord King. though he does not mention that the ECB is still engaged in a gigantic QE exercise, of course. it would spoil his message.

"Mervyn King continued his scathing assault on Europe's economic and monetary union, having predicted the beleaguered currency zone will need to be dismantled to free its weakest members from unremitting austerity and record levels of unemployment."

Who is this "we need", Kemosabe King? Greece, your pet example of depression? How do you want to convince the Greeks to part from their EUR? The Greek government tried, and failed.

Sorry, but I regard this as a fact: Greeks gave their leftist government a lot of leeway. But no, they still cling to the EUR, it's not the Greek gov to give away. King fails in telling us who is supposed to do the dismantling he asks for.

The "arguments" from AIG Banque's strategist Bernard Connolly are even worse. "The EU" " use global issues as excuses to extend its power"

  • "environmental issues: increase control over member countries; advance idea of global governance"

That's quite... funny, actually. first, it's not "global" if it's only about the EU. second, there is no such initiative at all. nothing that has any votes from the members

  • "terrorism: use excuse for greater control over police and judicial issues; increase extent of surveillance"

That's... preposterous. the very Nation States, the members of the EU are "doing it", each for itself. France, for example. That's national affairs, being clearly done in national scopes. They are not going to give any of that stuff to the EU. From a national security perspective, the EU is a damn sieve riddled with spying equipment from the US and Russia. It's practically a security risk of sorts. Sure, cooperation between the national intelligence entities is increasing. But not over the EU hub

  • "global financial crisis: kill two birds (free market; Anglo-Saxon economies) with one stone (Europe-wide regulator; attempts at global financial governance)"

Here I am reminded how further up "philipat" writes: "Of course, when he (Ghordius) finally responds, we can be sure that is all just an Anglo-Saxon conspiracy to make Brussels look bad.". Nope, philipat, that's not me saying such things, or using such words. Here we witness the Oxford-educated British economist Bernard Connolly writing that "the EU" wants to kill free market and Anglo-Saxon economies, with an attempt to global financial governance. Do I really have to go further? Which part is more rubbish, when this Brit claims that the EU wants to kill free markets or when this Brit claims that the EU wants to kill Anglo-Saxon economies? For all purposes, the EU is often painted as a neo-liberal pro-free-market excess by it's detractors like Marine Le Pen. She uses the French word "Ultra-Liberal", i.e. excessively free market. The moderate response to that is that the EU can only regulate, and the political majorities demand regulation, safety of food and products, etc. That's Poland's anti-GMO drive as much as others, the Eastern countries don't think that much differently from their western cousins about those things... except the English, of course. I'd be very curious to know how Connolly thinks we want to kill the "Anglo-Saxon economies", of course. We are noted for being the traders of the world, remember? Interestingly, more then the UK, which has become the financial hub, not the trading hub of the world. Do traders kill the economies of those they trade with? If yes, guilty as charged

  • "EMU: create a crisis to force introduction of “European economic government”"

What kind of forcing, of introduction, of "economic government"? The various initiatives are completely floundering. Just look at the "banking union" that the City of London is lobbying for. The EU governments are paying lip service to that request... and that's it.

Connolly: "Europe would specifically create a financial crisis (as well as an environmental crisis, as well as terrorism) in order to fortify "Empire Europe.""

Did we eurozoners create the original financial crisis? Did we eurozoners create the terrorist crisis? The French cried "Saddam has no WMDs", for criminy! Here, my dear philipat, we witness archetypical British attitude versus the Continent, garnished with the archetypical British demand that we do not have our Concert of Europe. Connolly has books to sell, and this kind of British "Angst" sells well, on Blighty and it's former colonies. It's good marketing, and our dear British friends always excelled in marketing, opening markets, keeping markets open, etc. Problem is, it's our markets, and our dear cousins disagree with that... particularly, and isn't that a big laugh, those who want to BreXit... while keeping the trade of the EUR in the City of London, for example.

"Global governance" my hat. "Empire Europe" my second hat. It's still the UK that is both "global" and in "imperial mode" (in the commercial empire sense). If we would give in to all British demands, the UK would leave the EU while having the special and exceptional prerogative to market/financialize whatever they want in our markets, regardless of whatever we think about it, regardless if we see it as poisonous or deleterious. Cue in the history of the Opium Wars. Cue in the White House recently telling Cameron that they want the "gateway to the EU" open, at their disposal (too). Cue in the TTIP rubbish treaty still on the table, including the demands from "Big Food" in the US. Oh, and remember what the Americans are offering for the EU-based MegaBiz conglomerates as their part of TTIP: access to what are, at the moment, closed American markets, thanks to the Buy America Act. Juicy, eh?

Have fun, guys. Yours, G.

overmedicatedundersexed's picture

Ghordius, you magnificent bastard. it's you, not your hired help..

so the EU elite are just fiscal conservatives ..and there is nothing to see here?

as for desert storm, well seems the french and germans and brits hopped aboard for both bush the elder and bush the younger..or am I missing something..and today we got nato looking at russia in syria and doing what?

post WWII we got leadership in Germany under the control of all gets mixed up does it not?? Merkel an ex?commie east german.. also a puppet of USA..or so it seems..

nothing afoot here we can all go back to sleep.

Ghordius's picture

overmed, it's "fiscal conservatives"... but only compared to others. meaning small budget deficits

though you see for yourself in this very article how some of those others react to that

bush the elder wanted to free a small country that was just being invaded by a guy enraged... by Saudi Arabia, that small country and the US

to be frank, there were plenty of "EU elites" that did not even want to join bush the elder. both Germany and France had excellent contracts with Iraq running

bush the younger... you did note that it was a "coalition of the willing", did you? Germans kept out, the French too with added vilification and Freedom Fries

for some reason many here think that my despicable boss (or anyone here) is partisan, instead of just anti-bullshit. meh

there is a French nuclear carrier operating off the coast of Syria, supported by a German squadron of Tornados from that Turkish base, helping... Russia and Assad. possibly by only being there, and preventing Turkish or Saudi attacks on Russians

do you hear the deafening silence in the media about that? where is the... puppeting, in that? greetings to you from my boss, btw. good sleep!       /bob

robobbob's picture

yeah, the soviet union and prc are the real life manifestations of 1984

it was a real f'n blast for the 100 million dead they created in their wakes, and the X100MM on the receiving end of that "boot on the face"

risk.averse's picture

eforce said: and Orwell was a lefty...

Although, he was firmly a socialist in his younger days -- indeed, he even fought for the Leftists in the Spanish Civil War -- George Orwell (real name Eric Blair), moved away from such beliefs in his older years. Being a firm lover of liberty, he came to realise that socilaism would result in an erosion of liberty. He once said:

"so much of left-wing thought is a kind of playing with fire by people who don't even know  that fire is hot"

nyse's picture

Governments don't fail, they pretend to fail.

ThirdWorldDude's picture

Tell that to the Nazi in Kiev...

mrdenis's picture

Nail gun failure is non- nonexistent 

Victory_Garden's picture

" seems there's an epidemic..."

Er, roge that!

Or, was that a drone attack that killed the moneychanger?

Look...up in the's a's a's a drone attack!!!!

Sponsor whips out his handy-dandy drone pacifier and, zap! The buggard comes right down with a crash and it becomes a new addition to the growing pile. The sonic wave transmitter is left on to protect the community for 500 miles square from any further babylonian killing machines flying around.

The war has vs machine....welcome to the Matrix.


The Wizard's picture

“Gentlemen, I have had men watching you for a long time, and I am convinced that you have used the funds of the bank to speculate in the breadstuffs of the country. When you won, you divided the profits amongst you, and when you lost, you charged it to the bank. You tell me that if I take the deposits from the bank and annul its charter, I shall ruin ten thousand families. That may be true, gentlemen, but that is your sin! Should I let you go on, you will ruin fifty thousand families, and that would be my sin! You are a den of vipers and thieves. I intend to rout you out, and by the eternal God, I will rout you out.”

Andrew Jackson to a delegation of bankers - 1832

'I believe that banking institutions are more dangerous to our liberties than standing armies. If the American people ever allow private banks to control the issue of their currency, first by inflation, then by deflation, the banks and corporations that will grow up around the banks will deprive the people of all property until their children wake-up homeless on the continent their fathers conquered. The issuing power should be taken from the banks and restored to the people, to whom it properly belongs.'

Thomas Jefferson (in a letter to the Secretary of the Treasury Albert Gallatin)

Chupacabra-322's picture

We're living in Fascinating, Historic Times. The Global, Engineered Collapse by the Elite will be of Epic Porportion. Even more Epic will be the hunting down of those same Pure Evil Psychopathic Elite.

Tick, Toc Mother Fuckers.

hoyeru's picture

you're living in a fantasy. Thery are hunting YOU, not YOU them.  Remember when Buffet admited that eys there is  class war anfd they are winning? They always win, except when the RUssians had the Communist revolution. for a while it looked like things migh chnage but... Just crack up any history book.

hxc's picture

The commies weren't on our side in any fucking way. Just the left wing of a totalitarian shit-eagle.

ISEEIT's picture

Patience is a virtue.

fiftybagger's picture

"always" is a very long time.......


19 There was a certain rich man, which was clothed in purple and fine linen, and fared sumptuously every day: 20 And there was a certain beggar named Lazarus, which was laid at his gate, full of sores, 21 And desiring to be fed with the crumbs which fell from the rich man's table: moreover the dogs came and licked his sores. 22 And it came to pass, that the beggar died, and was carried by the angels into Abraham's bosom: the rich man also died, and was buried; 23 And in hell he lift up his eyes, being in torments, and seeth Abraham afar off, and Lazarus in his bosom. 24 And he cried and said, Father Abraham, have mercy on me, and send Lazarus, that he may dip the tip of his finger in water, and cool my tongue; for I am tormented in this flame. 25 But Abraham said, Son, remember that thou in thy lifetime receivedst thy good things, and likewise Lazarus evil things: but now he is comforted, and thou art tormented. 26 And beside all this, between us and you there is a great gulf fixed: so that they which would pass from hence to you cannot; neither can they pass to us, that would come from thence. 27 Then he said, I pray thee therefore, father, that thou wouldest send him to my father's house: 28 For I have five brethren; that he may testify unto them, lest they also come into this place of torment. 29 Abraham saith unto him, They have Moses and the prophets; let them hear them. 30 And he said, Nay, father Abraham: but if one went unto them from the dead, they will repent. 31 And he said unto him, If they hear not Moses and the prophets, neither will they be persuaded, though one rose from the dead.

Luke 16 King James Bible

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Father Thyme (not verified) fiftybagger Mar 3, 2016 8:56 AM

The New Testament's solution to those bad rich men is the foundation of pure Marxism/Bolshevism, as Mises noted.


• "each according to his ability." Matthew 25:15
• "not one of them claimed that anything belonging to him was his own, but all things were common property to them." Acts 4:32
• "distribution was made unto every man according as he had need." Acts 4:35
• "the daily distribution." Acts 6:1
• "your liberal distribution" 2 Corinthians 9:13


"...Christianity is Bolshevism. The Bolshevists, too, wish to destroy everything that exists because they regard it as hopelessly bad."
Ludwig von Mises

1Inthebeginning's picture

Christianity is a puzzle.  If you can really understand what Jesus is talking about then you would see that he is an uncompromising absolute supporter of individual freedom and a pure capitalist.  He has no violence and is incapable of violating your individual rights.

Thenardier's picture

Thanks Wizard, never read the Jackson quote. Timely especially 2008.

o r c k's picture

We allowed the Banks to rule over us anyway and now the final bill is being presented. So one of the Sheep at my table says "I got this one". And I was compelled to say "More than you'll ever know Mr. Sheep."

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V for ... (not verified) The Wizard Mar 2, 2016 7:03 PM

Perfectly timed, The Wizard. Can I get a witness? Tell it true, down through the ages.

End the Fed. End the BoE. End the BIS.

ISEEIT's picture

Ain't 'history' fun?

The Wizard's picture

Thanks, the Jefferson quote has been around for years and used by so many. Often many historical quotes are not verbatim but apply to a basic notion. There is no doubt Jefferson knew the pitfalls of central banking which is why he so despised Hamilton.

I like the Jackson quote more since he was a constant warrior continually victimized by the central banksters. Revisionist history did not treat him well.

Father Thyme's picture
Father Thyme (not verified) The Wizard Mar 3, 2016 5:19 AM

a letter to the Secretary of the Treasury Albert Gallatin

Your quote is at least partly spurious, with some elements cobbled together from things Jefferson actually did say. But as you quote it, the quote is first found in the Dallas (TX) Morning News, January 16, 1933.

Earliest known appearance in print: 1933
Other attributions: None known.
Status: This quotation is at least partly spurious; see comments below.
Comments: This quotation is often cited as being in an 1802 letter to Secretary of the Treasury Albert Gallatin, and/or "later published in The Debate Over the Recharter of the Bank Bill (1809)."

So learn from ol' Abe!

"The problem with internet quotes is that you can't always depend on their accuracy." -Abraham Lincoln, 1864

Nom de Guerre's picture

+1  That always appropriate quote from Orwell sends a chill down my spine every time I read it.

Victory_Garden's picture

Epp...epp...baaa...naaa...naaaah...? here

The bankster plan is old like snake skin.

This is just what the rottenchids are letting this Klown say for now.

Just wait until the underground hidey-holes of these snakes are revealed to the world and all those world treasures they stole throughout history is all returned to each and every soul alive on the planet in equal portions. Makes the entire civilization new millionaires, and the giant gold treasure trove of Mog the Red-dino dragon breath, look pale in comparison.

Cadavre's picture

Anybody who can shit into a toilet without hitting the floor, would respond "No Shit Sherlock!", to the  title of this article!

Indeed, the "Former bank of England Head" (i never got any head from that dude, honest, maybe Rubio or Senator Leslie Graham has been catching or pitching  the BOE's former head's head, but not me), is a master of the obvious (datz what my Comparative Anatomy prof chided to students memorizing the names of the bumps and holes on thigh bone with all the time).

The purpose of a depression is to get the commons minds on their stomach and off the back street deals the politico whore and their bankster pimps be transacting. And then, shill it by blaming it on a tsunami, or de  Germans using hate rut actics, who despite the Khazarian mafias attempt to own Germany's currency, had the best economy in Europe, during the GD, an' maybe in all the first world:

"The elimination of unemployment in Germany during the Great Depression without inflation -- and with initial reliance on essential civilian activities -- was a signal accomplishment. It has rarely been praised and not much remarked. The notion that Hitler could do no good extends to his economics as it does, more plausibly, to all else.”

.... John Kenneth Galbraith

The Khazarian sheeple were roused `znuff by the Khazarian presstitutes' call for action, and the Kazarian central banks rejoiced at the prospects of Industrial Genocide Profits.

Germany had enough money to, in fact, to be the only western nation to provide a reverse exodus to German Zionist (not true torah) machine tools, buckets of marks and deliver all that desired, passage to Palestine on the good nazi ship, the 'SS Tel Aviv':

Early in 1935, a passenger ship bound for Haifa in Palestine left the German port of Bremerhaven. Its stern bore the Hebrew letters for its name, "Tel Aviv," while a swastika banner fluttered from the mast. And although the ship was Zionist-owned, its captain was a National Socialist Party member. Many years later a traveler aboard the ship recalled this symbolic combination as a "metaphysical absurdity."/1 Absurd or not, this is but one vignette from a little-known chapter of history: The wide-ranging collaboration between Zionism and Hitler's Third Reich.

One of the more interesting aspects of German ingenuity during the Great Depression was a contraption to provide combustible vapors to German automobiles when cracked carbon wasn't available to top off the tanks of their cars. It was a pressure cooker like device, that held chunks of wood. Intially, a  kerosene flame under the "cooker" heated and caused the wood to produce vapors which were the routed to the combustion chambers (should the American's commons ultimatum to the CSPAN dandies be ignored, there is no reason a similar device, that, perhaps, used, in lieu of wood, the abundance of body fat from 'departed from the CSPAN actor's guild' politicos that be decoratively hung from de cherry trees, once their utility as urinals and spitoons be done, lining the national mall wouldn't work - plus - it would be green power!)

Now, all the sheeple need to do is examine the difference between a so called refugee camp and the misnomered concept attributed to the phrase "concentration camp". Understand, Germany had been fire bombed back to the 5th world for not allowing the Khazarian mafia to own its currency. There was no distribution infrastructure. So wad-a-ya do when the food, water and medicine don't come to you? You go where dat shit be available, datz what you do.

What would FDR-Dubby-Obama-Clinton have done, had the Khazarian's mafia declared war on the US. Maybe, they already have and engaged, right now, without even the pop of a gun or drop of a bomb. And by the FEMA Camp count, as well as potentential for more of dem by way of de Wal Mart closings, it looks ike dey think dey won.  The arrogance of tinsel bling queens! Ya almost feel sorry for `em.

Nonetheless, dey do got another thing cuming, bitchez. Who dey think dey be fucking with? A Watergate bellhop? 300 Million against a manuer bag of dandies, is beyond their lost survival skills to understand. The dead know one thing: it is better to be alive

The Federal Reserve is an  Economic WMD.

As Russo says, all wars are banker's wars.

And did ZH just have a DDOS 503 hit? And why do the right margin, be seemin, to be encroaching, on the comments edit box real-estate? And has anybody seen where I put my phone?

Kirk2NCC1701's picture

Why doesn't he just come out and say it: "The plan is for ONE RING/COIN TO RULE THEM ALL".

One Ring of Power was given to the Kings of Euro-men, who were drunk with greed and vanity.  Little did they know whom they'd really serve.

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KesselRunin12Parsecs (not verified) Kirk2NCC1701 Mar 2, 2016 5:23 PM

We 'JEWED' some folks

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Travis M Sawyer (not verified) KesselRunin12Parsecs Mar 2, 2016 5:34 PM



“From now on, depressions will be scientifically created.” — Congressman Charles A. Lindbergh Sr. , 1913