130327 – IMF Comptetion



Today’s Items:

First…
IMF Has Competition
http://www.bloomberg.com

The biggest emerging markets are uniting to tackle currency volatility with plans to set up financial institutions that do the job that the World Bank and Fed-dictated IMF were supposed to do.    The leaders of the so-called BRICS nations — Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa — are set to approve the establishment of a new development bank.    After seeing the crimes in Cyprus, those plans are most likely on a fast track by now. Speaking of Cyprus…

Next…
Quiet Withdrawels from Cyprus
http://www.zerohedge.com

Even though the Cyprus banks are closed, huge amounts of cash have been withdrawn from the local financial system.    It may be that Russian billionaire oligrachs have used the one week hiatus period of total chaos in the banking system to transfer the bulk of the cash out of the system.    The stealth withdrawals by Russians of course means that the two Cyprus megabanks are now utterly drained of capital.

Next…
Do You Have Enough Silver?
http://www.youtube.com

Please watch this video to see if you have enough silver.    I like the premise that if it takes you two trips to your car to load your silver, then you may have enough silver.  So, after preparing, keep stacking physical.

Next…
Bitcoins Have Competition
http://www.youtube.com

Please watch this video on the emerging competition of Bitcoin and how this competition could be very bad for digital currencies.

Next…
60 Ways U.S. Government is Wasting Money
http://endoftheamericandream.com

Here are a few…
1. 27 million dollars to teach Moroccans how to design and make pottery.
2. 300,000 dollars to encourage Americans to eat caviar.
3. 15 million dollars to help Russian weapons institutes recruit nuclear scientists.
4. 750,000 dollars on a new soccer field for detainees held at Guantanamo Bay.

Next…
7 Perfect Survival Foods
http://www.livescience.com

1. Beans
2. Kale
3. Cantaloupe
4. Berries… Even wolf berries.
5. Barley… You know, Oats.
6. Seaweed… Easy to find in a desert like the seventh item…
7. Fish

Finally, please prepare now for the escalating economic and social unrest. Good Day!

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130319 – Dangerous Fiat Crimes



Today’s Items:

First…
Cyprus Bailout
http://www.zerohedge.com

Even with the propaganda machines churning out the usual bunk, Cyprus has virtually declared war on their savers, with the impending 6-10% fee on their savings as bank runs and the bank holiday, til Thursday, continue to escalate.    Private bank accounts, until very recently, were not the property of the state.   Now, it appears that no one is safe from this escalating ticking fiat-backed time bomb that could likely spread.    The IMF and EU may have bitten off more then they bargained for with their pushing for money from Cyprus.

Next…
Cyprus, IMF, EU and the KGB
http://kingworldnews.com

The Fed backed IMF and EU may have made the biggest mistake ever made by any financial entity.   In their haste to steal money from bank accounts in Cyprus, they may have inadvertently, stolen Russian KGB black money.    Since Putin was a former KGB official, the Fed backed IMF may be essentially responsible for the idea of stealing money from Putin.   Could that be a reason that the Russians are sending warships to the area?   In short, those who planned to steal KGB money may have literately signed their own death sentence as a warning to others.   No wonder German officials were quick to distance themselves from this.   I sense a quick forgiveness of Cyprus loans or a lot of bankers and politicians will be having accidents.

Next…
Cyprus Fiasco In The U.S.?
http://www.zerohedge.com

According to the Fed, there are 10.9 trillion dollars in deposits in the U.S.; therefore, could a possible Cyprus-like “wealth tax” occur here?    Ever hear of MF Global?    In short, no currency in the corrupt fiat system is safe.

Next…
Welfare-Warfare Spending
http://www.thedailybell.com

Deficit spending is dominating the debate in Washington while Benji Bernanke is doing his best to facilitate deficit spending; however, the damage to the economy is getting more serious.   The debate is ultimately arguments over symptoms rather than the cause; in that, virtually no one in Washington questions the welfare-warfare state.

Next…
9 States Make Push Against Federal Gun Control
http://www.youtube.com

Since the push for gun control at the national level, Arizona, Colorado, Louisiana, Mississippi, Montana, North Dakota, Nebraska, New Mexico, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Virginia, and Wyoming are pushing back, using the 10th amendment, against the growing fascist government in Washington.    Of course, it goes against the 60 years of general mis-interpretation of the Commerce Clause; so, it will be an interesting court battle.

Next…
Broke Postal Service Party
http://www.washingtontimes.com

400 U.S. Postal Service executives are heading to San Francisco for workshops, meetings, a dance party, and a golf tournament at a cost of 2 million dollars.    Perception is everything here as the U.S. Postal Service plans to halt Saturday deliveries starting in August.    They need to hold their workshops and meetings in a place that could use the extra money…   like Detroit.

Finally, please prepare now for the escalating economic and social unrest.   Good Day!

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