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IMF, Warning of War, says They are Ready to Help Egypt Financially (Become a Debt Slave)

Posted on Feb 01, 2011 in Economic News

Source: AFP

The International Monetary Fund stands ready to help riot-torn Egypt rebuild its economy, the IMF chief said Tuesday as he warned governments to tackle unemployment and income inequality or risk war.

Hayden’s Note:

Of course the IMF is ready and waiting to dole out massive loans and bailouts to Egypt.  That is how the IMF and World Bank operate.  That is how they seize control of a nation.  They have been doing this for centuries under one name or another.  Why would it matter who makes the laws and sits on the throne or in Congress if an organization, such as the IMF, is the debt master?  When anyone – a person or nation – gets into debt, they have instantly become a slave.

When they can no longer make their own financial decisions, it effects most other decisions – imports, exports, taxes, fuel costs, food prices, law enforcement, politics, more debt, etc.  It is the same down-hill spiral that credit card users get into and precisely what the United States has done, alongside so many other nations. 

The IMF and other International Banking Consortiums have a long history of financing both sides of a war, as well....

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The CIA on Egypt’s Economy, Financial Deregulation and Protest

Posted on Jan 31, 2011 in Economic News

Source: Zero HedgeNomi Prins

The CIA on Egypt’s Economy, Financial Deregulation and Protest

The ongoing demonstrations in Egypt are as much, if not more, about the mass deterioration of economic conditions and the harsh result of years of financial deregulation, than the political ideology that some of the media seems more focused on. Plus, as Mark Engler cross-posted on Alternet and Dissent yesterday, the notion that the protests in Cairo are ‘spontaneous uprisings’ misses the mark. As he eloquently wrote, “there are extraordinary moments when public demonstrations take on a mass character and people who would otherwise not have dreamed of taking part in an uprising rush onto the streets. But these protests are typically built upon years of organizing and preparation on the part of social movements.”

Hayden’s Note:

Let’s not forget that the United States certainly wouldn’t mind if Mubarak is toppled by his own people.  Egypt, with the largest Arab population in the world, has been a bit rough around it’s edges in regards to the Israel/American plan to invade Iran.  With a new puppet installed… err, President… that is a bit more receptive to Western interests, I’m positive that the US has already played their part in this “uprising.”  Also, Egypt receives more aid from the United States than any other country in the world with the exception of Israel.


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America’s Economic and Social Crisis: The Fed has Spoken

Posted on Jan 17, 2011 in Featured Articles, Federal Reserve & Bankers

Source: Global Research

The Federal Reserve was set up by bankers for bankers, and it has served them well.  Out of the blue, it came up with $12.3 trillion in nearly interest-free credit to bail the banks out of a credit crunch they created. That same credit crisis has plunged state and local governments into insolvency, but the Fed has now delivered its ultimatum: there will be no “quantitative easing” for municipal governments. 

On January 7, according to the Wall Street Journal, Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke announced that the Fed had ruled out a central bank bailout of state and local governments.  “We have no expectation or intention to get involved in state and local finance,” he said in testimony before the Senate Budget Committee. The states “should not expect loans from the Fed.” 

So much for the proposal of President Barack Obama, reported in Reuters a year ago, to have the Fed buy municipal bonds to cut the heavy borrowing costs of cash-strapped cities and states. 

The credit woes of state and municipal governments are a direct result of Wall Street’s malfeasance.  ...

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JP Morgan Executive Takes Over as White House Chief of Staff

Posted on Jan 12, 2011 in Federal Reserve & Bankers, Political Issues

Source: Bloomberg

William Daley has about $7.7 million worth of JPMorgan Chase & Co. shares that he will need to divest to take over as President Barack Obama’s chief of staff, according to administration officials and regulatory filings.

Hayden’s Summary:

William Daley, the brother of Chicago Mayor Richard Daley, left JP Morgan on January 7th, 2011.  He holds close to $8 million worth of JP Morgan stock that he must get rid of to avoid a conflict of interest.  He also sat on the board of Boeing and AT&T.

William Daley is replacing Rahm Emanuel, the former Chief of Staff, who is now running for Mayor of Chicago.  Is it any coincidence that William Daley’s brother, the current mayor, has decided to simply retire?  It’s painfully obvious to connect these Chicago-styled dots.  Obama’s sphere of influence and heritage reigns from Chicago, where his financial and political support base is.  Without those in the upper echelon of Chicago, Obama would still be a “community organizer” and thus, must repay his debt to them by allowing this banker takeover and appoint certain people. ...

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Legislation Proposed to Criminalize Calls for a “Run On The Bank”

Posted on Dec 26, 2010 in Federal Reserve & Bankers, Global & National News

Source: Zero Hedge

Legislation proposed to criminalise calls for a “run on the bank”

Hayden’s Note:

Please take note – this is from the Netherlands but I’m sure we can expect it very soon here in America.  Something is going on over in the Netherlands:…strafbaar.html

Calling for a “bank run” in public will possibly become a criminal offense. Ministers Opstelten of Security and De Jager of Finance are preparing a proposal for a new law.

They want to be able to penalize people who are openly calling for a “bank run” a maximum of 4 years or a fine of 19.000 euro. According to the ministers a bank run can seriously endanger a bank.

The ministers say that the collapse of a bank in case of a “bank run” is a question of hours instead of days, since a call for this can be spread fast, using present methods of communication. Banks cannot defend themselves from this, and thus must acquire protection under the criminal law, is their thought.

DSB: Reason for the tightened methods is the demise of the DSB Bank....

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Derivatives: The Quadrillion Dollar Financial Casino Owned By The International Banks

Posted on Dec 13, 2010 in Economic News, Federal Reserve & Bankers

Source: BlackListed News

If you took an opinion poll and asked Americans what they considered the biggest threat to the world economy to be, how many of them do you think would give “derivatives” as an answer?  But the truth is that derivatives were at the heart of the financial crisis of 2007 and 2008, and whenever the next financial crisis happens derivatives will undoubtedly play a huge role once again.  So exactly what are “derivatives”?  Well, derivatives are basically financial instruments whose value depends upon or is derived from the price of something else.  A derivative has no underlying value of its own.  It is essentially a side bet.  Today, the world financial system has been turned into a giant casino where bets are made on just about anything you can possibly imagine, and the major Wall Street banks make a ton of money from it.  The system is largely unregulated (the new “Wall Street reform” law will only change this slightly) and it is totally dominated by the big international banks.

Nobody knows for certain how large the worldwide derivatives market is, but most estimates usually put the notional value of the worldwide derivatives market somewhere over a quadrillion dollars. ...

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Press For Truth Video Report from the G20 Summit in Toronto

Posted on Jul 01, 2010 in Federal Reserve & Bankers, Police, Military, & War

Source: YouTube

A Press For Truth video report about what took place on the weekend of the G20 summit in downtown Toronto.

Hayden’s Note:

Check out the middle of part 2, which shows just flat out shocking video and police action.  This sort of police state totalitarianism makes me glad I became aware of what’s going on in the world and left the police department.

Part 1

Part 2


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