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28-8-2010 WARNING . WARNING !!!

Posted in Uncategorized on agosto 29, 2010 by Ajmaknic

“Triffin Paradox” Collapse Of US Economy Sends Shockwaves Around World

By: Sorcha Faal, and as reported to her Western Subscribers




Obama’s actions have thrown the IMF into “total disarray” with one senior board member warning that “the IMF will be in crisis unless a solution is found in time” as the EU faces a 31 October deadline to either reject or accede to the American’s unprecedented demand to give up control over the wealth of their 27 Member Nations.

The United States, unlike either Europe or Asia, remained virtually unscathed from World War II, and as nearly all the rest of the World’s industries and economies had been destroyed became an economic and industrial power unlike any ever seen before in history.
By the late 1950’s, however, and with both European and Asian economies in “full recovery” mode, the demands on US gold reserves [at the end of World War II the US held $26 Billion in gold reserves which was 60% of the World’s total] to balance International trade settlements became so severe it caused the American economy to fall into a tailspin in 1958 which was only halted when President Dwight Eisenhower placed import quotas on oil and other restrictions on trade outflow, but was warned would be unsustainable.
With President Kennedy’s election in 1960, the United States began a decade-long effort to protect their economy by keeping gold at the artificially low price of $35 an ounce after a warning was issued by Belgium economist Robert Triffin (1911-1993) that when a National currency also serves as an International reserve currency (as the US dollar does today), there are fundamental conflicts of interest between short-term domestic and long-term International economic objectives. This is called the Triffin Paradox (also known as the Triffin Dilemma).
Triffin’s warning that the Global economic system was nearing collapse because the United States was not only using its Dollar as a International reserve currency, but was also using it to expand the US economy, resulted in the US Federal Reserve pooling the American’s gold reserves on 1 November 1961 with those of seven European Nations in what was called the London Gold Pool.
During the US-Cuban Missile Crisis of 1962 the London Gold Pool came under attack raising the price of gold from $35 to $40 an ounce which again threatened to collapse the Global economy.
In response to the attack on the London Gold Pool, President Kennedy drafted a radical change of the American tax system to spur more gold production capacity and thus encourage exports. This culminated with the 1963 tax cut program designed to maintain the $35 an ounce price of gold.
By 1967 President Kennedy was dead and his successor, President Lyndon Johnson, was confronted with an attack on the British Pound which by November forced the British government to devalue it and leaving the American leader with the brutal choice to either institute protectionist measures, including travel taxes, export subsidies and slashing the budget—or accept the risk of a “run on gold” and the dollar.
From Johnson’s perspective: “The world supply of gold is insufficient to make the present system workable—particularly as the use of the dollar as a reserve currency is essential to create the required international liquidity to sustain world trade and growth.” Johnson believed that the priorities of the United States were correct, and, although there were internal tensions in the Western alliance, that turning away from open trade would be more costly, economically and politically, than it was worth.
Johnson’s efforts to maintain the price of gold at $35 and ounce, however, collapsed in November 1968 after the US Congress that prior March repealed the 25% requirement of gold backing of the US Dollar.
The “final” death knell of a US Dollar backed by gold occurred on 15 August 1971 when in what is called the “Nixon Shock”, President Richard Nixon unilaterally canceled the direct convertibility of the US Dollar to gold that essentially ended the then existing Bretton Woods System of International financial exchange established in 1944 and “planted the seeds” for the current Global economic collapse we are now experiencing.
And those “seeds” that Nixon planted, and have been carefully cared for since by the policies of his successors Presidents Ford, Carter, Reagan, Bush I, Clinton, Bush II, and now Obama, are called “Open Trade”, and which over the past nearly 40 years has seen the United States divest itself of its once mighty role as the most mighty economic and industrial powerhouse of a Nation our World has ever seen.
The reason this has happened to the United States, though not understood by the masses of American people being affected by it, is because all American Presidents since 1971, when the US abandoned backing the US Dollar with gold, have followed Johnson’s course of steering the American economy upon the waters of International trade into the Triffin Paradox which clearly warned that any Nation having a reserve currency could not at the same time fulfill both its domestic and International needs.
The reason for this is simple, International settlements between Nations are still made in gold, and since Kennedy’s abortive attempt to keep the price of gold at $35 an ounce failed, and the “Nixon Shock” ended the backing of the US Dollar with gold forever, the price of gold in being able to fluctuate has skyrocketed to over $1,200.00 an ounce which the United States has only been able to pay its gold-backed debts with by exporting nearly all of its wealth overseas through its corporations costing tens of millions of Americans their jobs and completely divesting itself of its once formidable gold reserves to just 28% of the Worlds total reserves.
Important to note is that unlike in 1933 when President Franklin Roosevelt confiscated all privately owned gold in the United States (Executive Order No. 6102) to keep the US Dollar from collapsing, the same could not happen today due to the fact that all the gold in whole World (all of the gold in the World could fit under the Eifel Tower) couldn’t stop it from collapsing today as America’s debt total now stands at the staggering amount of $202 Trillion.
Now by the Americans playing “both ends against the middle” with their currency in defiance of the Triffin Paradox over these past four decades they have set themselves up for an economic collapse the likes of which they have never seen, and by all accounts will greatly dwarf the catastrophic effects they underwent as a Nation during last century’s Great Depression, and which according to the American future trends researcher Gerald Celente is set shortly to begin its final course in what he calls the “Crash of 2010”.
Joining Celente in trying to awaken the American people to the soon coming catastrophic collapse of the US economy is their top military officer and Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Admiral Mike Mullen who warned this past week that the United States debt was their countries “single greatest threat to their nation’s security”.
Top American economists and economic experts, one of whom just named Obama’s government as “the most fiscally irresponsible in US History”, further declared this week that the United States is now in a full blown Second Great Depression and that the US housing market is nearing “complete and total collapse”.
To why the American people are ignoring the greater horrors to come when their economy totally collapses and are still paying their money to their banks (for mortgage, credit card and other such debts) and financial institutions (401K and other such “retirement” plans) instead of using it to protect themselves and their families seemingly defies all logic.
Except, of course, when these peoples seeming to be asleep is understood in the context of the vast American propaganda media effort (who new reports say supported Obama with over 88% of these “reporters” and media executives giving him money) to keep from them the truth of what is happening, and as evidenced this past fortnight when one of the United States top financial guru’s, named Tony Robbins, not only warned his investors that the US stock markets will be crashing this fall, but also related how the US NBC Television Network’s popular Today Show asked him to be a guest on his show to “pump up” the American people so that they would not find out the truth.
To his credit Robbins “declined” to a part of this deception opting instead to tell the truth, and his Internet posted video (linked here) about the coming Crash of 2010 should be viewed by everyone.
And to the greatest danger facing our World from the economic collapse of the United States are new reports warning that soon there will be tens of millions of refugees roaming across our Earth in an apocalyptic search for food and water, many of them pushing into America through its still undefended southern border to become what are called “Monsanto Mind Slaves” due to the staggering amount of Genetically Modified (GM) foods being forced unbeknownst into them that new reports are warning are made worse by these people continually using dangerous microwave ovens to cook them in.
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27-8-2010 USA economic warnings .

Posted in Uncategorized on agosto 28, 2010 by Ajmaknic


By Cliff Kincaid
August 27, 2010

In shocking news, the New York Times cites figures that investors withdrew $33.12 billion from domestic stock market mutual funds in the first seven months of this year when billions of dollars should have been expected to be flowing in.

The New York Times blames this unusual development on “economic uncertainty.” One explanation is that the financial reform bill pushed by President Obama and passed by Congressional liberals was a complete fraud. The bill failed to protect invested capital, did nothing to stop the devaluation of our homes, and didn’t reform Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, the government-sponsored mortgage entities involved in the financial crisis.

As Accuracy in Media has consistently reported, the basic problem is that the regulations that protected investors and their capital were removed, beginning in 2007 under the George W. Bush Administration, and have not been restored.

Zubi Diamond, author of highlighting what needs to be done and how the nation got into this predicament. He has focused attention on the notorious hedge fund short sellers who brought on the 2008 economic and financial crisis that paved the way for Barack Obama’s election as president.

These short sellers, such as George Soros, made billions of dollars betting on the collapse of the subprime mortgage industry as ordinary Americans lost their savings.

“They subverted our capitalist system economy in order to achieve a regime change in America. They looted the country and visited financial violence on the American people. American families bear the brunt of the destruction of capitalism and the installation of socialism in their country with job losses, home foreclosures, and retirement portfolio wipe-outs,” Diamond charges.

The major media, he said, have concealed the truth about what has happened from the American people.

He explained, “Most Americans cannot even imagine the fact that this calamitous crisis was deliberately engineered by enemies and traitors within our borders.”

Diamond urged the media to start educating the public about what is happening: “Most people do not know how capitalism works, in terms of the safeguard regulations which protected our capitalist economy. Once you unhinge and unscrew the nuts and bolts, and tear down the underpinnings and remove the safeguard regulations, you have succeeded in dismantling capitalism and killing the economic engine of growth. They are killing the goose that lays the golden egg.”

In response to the Times article about investors fleeing the market, Diamond said, “Who wouldn’t flee the market when you are being robbed every day by the hedge fund short sellers? They are targeting and preying on the small investors. The reality is beginning to sink in as more people and more people realize that the economy is in terrible shape, and it is not going to recover.”

27-8-2010 ¿ Republicano, judío y homosexual ?

Posted in Uncategorized on agosto 28, 2010 by Ajmaknic


Kenneth Brian Mehlman (born August 21, 1966, Baltimore, Maryland) is an American jewish attorney and politician who served as the campaign manager for the 2004 re-election campaign of George W. Bush and Chairman of the RepublicanNational Committee from 2005 to 2007. On August 26, 2010, Mehlman came out as a homosexual, making him the highest ranking gay politician in the Republican Party.


Fuente : Wikipedia

26-8-2010 What to do …

Posted in Uncategorized on agosto 28, 2010 by Ajmaknic

10 Practical Steps That You Can Take To Insulate Yourself (At Least Somewhat) From The Coming Economic Collapse

Most Americans are still operating under the delusion that this "recession" will end and that the "good times" will return soon, but a growing minority of Americans are starting to realize that things are fundamentally changing and that they better start preparing for what is ahead. These "preppers" come from all over the political spectrum and from every age group. More than at any other time in modern history, the American people lack faith in the U.S. economic system. In dozens of previous columns, I have detailed the horrific economic problems that we are now facing in excruciating detail. Many readers have started to complain that all I do is "scare" people and that I don’t provide any practical solutions. Well, not everyone can move to Montana and start a llama farm, but hopefully this article will give people some practical steps that they can take to insulate themselves (at least to an extent) from the coming economic collapse.
But before I get into what people need to do, let’s take a minute to understand just how bad things are getting out there. The economic numbers in the headlines go up and down and it can all be very confusing to most Americans.
However, there are two long-term trends that are very clear and that anyone can understand….
#1) The United States is getting poorer and is bleeding jobs every single month.
#2) The United States is getting into more debt every single month.
When you mention the trade deficit, most Americans roll their eyes and stop listening. But that is a huge mistake, because the trade deficit is absolutely central to our problems.
Every single month, Americans buy far, far more from the rest of the world than they buy from us. Every single month tens of billions of dollars more goes out of the country than comes into it.
That means that every single month the United States is getting poorer.
The excess goods and services that we buy from the rest of the world get "consumed" and the rest of the world ends up with more money than when they started.
Each year, hundreds of billions of dollars leave the United States and don’t return. The transfer of wealth that this represents is astounding.
But not only are we bleeding wealth, we are also bleeding jobs every single month.
The millions of jobs that the U.S. economy is losing to China, India and dozens of third world nations are not going to come back. Middle class Americans have been placed in direct competition for jobs with workers on the other side of the world who are more than happy to work for little more than slave labor wages. Until this changes the U.S. economy is going to continue to hemorrhage jobs.
The U.S. government has helped to mask much of this economic bleeding by unprecedented amounts of government spending and debt, but now the U.S. national debt exceeds 13 trillion dollars and is getting worse every single month. Not only that, but state and local governments all over America are getting into ridiculous amounts of debt.
So, what we have got is a country that gets poorer every single month and loses jobs to other countries every single month and that has accumulated the biggest mountain of debt in the history of the world which also gets worse every single month.
Needless to say, this cannot last indefinitely. Eventually the whole thing is just going to collapse like a house of cards.
So what can we each individually do to somewhat insulate ourselves from the economic problems that are coming?….
1 – Get Out Of Debt: The old saying, "the borrower is the servant of the lender", is so incredibly true. The key to insulating yourself from an economic meltdown is to become as independent as possible, and as long as you are in debt, you simply are not independent. You don’t want a horde of creditors chasing after you when things really start to get bad out there.
2 – Find New Sources Of Income: In 2010, there simply is not such a thing as job security. If you are dependent on a job ("just over broke") for 100% of your income, you are in a very bad position. There are thousands of different ways to make extra money. What you don’t want to do is to have all of your eggs in one basket. One day when the economy melts down and you are out of a job are you going to be destitute or are you going to be okay?
3 – Reduce Your Expenses: Many Americans have left the rat race and have found ways to live on half or even on a quarter of what they were making previously. It is possible – if you are willing to reduce your expenses. In the future times are going to be tougher, so learn to start living with less today.
4 – Learn To Grow Your Own Food: Today the vast majority of Americans are completely dependent on being able to run down to the supermarket or to the local Wal-Mart to buy food. But what happens when the U.S. dollar declines dramatically in value and it costs ten bucks to buy a loaf of bread? If you learn to grow your own food (even if is just a small garden) you will be insulating yourself against rising food prices.
5 – Make Sure You Have A Reliable Water Supply: Water shortages are popping up all over the globe. Water is quickly becoming one of the "hottest" commodities out there. Even in the United States, water shortages have been making headline news recently. As we move into the future, it will be imperative for you and your family to have a reliable source of water. Some Americans have learned to collect rainwater and many others are using advanced technology such as atmospheric water generators to provide water for their families. But whatever you do, make sure that you are not caught without a decent source of water in the years ahead.
6 – Buy Land: This is a tough one, because prices are still quite high. However, as we have written previously, home prices are going to be declining over the coming months, and eventually there are going to be some really great deals out there. The truth is that you don’t want to wait too long either, because once Helicopter Ben Bernanke’s inflationary policies totally tank the value of the U.S. dollar, the price of everything (including land) is going to go sky high. If you are able to buy land when prices are low, that is going to insulate you a great deal from the rising housing costs that will occur when the U.S dollar does totally go into the tank.
7 – Get Off The Grid: An increasing number of Americans are going "off the grid". Essentially what that means is that they are attempting to operate independently of the utility companies. In particular, going "off the grid" will enable you to insulate yourself from the rapidly rising energy prices that we are going to see in the future. If you are able to produce energy for your own home, you won’t be freaking out like your neighbors are when electricity prices triple someday.
8 – Store Non-Perishable Supplies: Non-perishable supplies are one investment that is sure to go up in value. Not that you would resell them. You store up non-perishable supplies because you are going to need them someday. So why not stock up on the things that you are going to need now before they double or triple in price in the future? Your money is not ever going to stretch any farther than it does right now.
9 – Develop Stronger Relationships: Americans have become very insular creatures. We act like we don’t need anyone or anything. But the truth is that as the economy melts down we are going to need each other. It is those that are developing strong relationships with family and friends right now that will be able to depend on them when times get hard.
10 – Get Educated And Stay Flexible: When times are stable, it is not that important to be informed because things pretty much stay the same. However, when things are rapidly changing it is imperative to get educated and to stay informed so that you will know what to do. The times ahead are going to require us all to be very flexible, and it is those who are willing to adapt that will do the best when things get tough.

Tejelas del Fuerte Templario .

Posted in Uncategorized on agosto 26, 2010 by Ajmaknic

25-8-2010 Tornados ígneos .

Posted in Uncategorized on agosto 26, 2010 by Ajmaknic


San Pedro nos advirtió que así como el cataclismo anterior fue por AGUA el próximo sería por FUEGO.

22-8-2010 Qué es Delphos .

Posted in Uncategorized on agosto 26, 2010 by Ajmaknic