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There is more outrageous news out concerning the Western banking cabal, the crime syndicate otherwise known as our financial sector. The news was not that these banksters have openly admitted that they willingly/gleefully participated in LIBOR-related fraud which exceeds (present tense) $350 trillion in scope. No, the news was that this crime syndicate has now proclaimed that its acts of fraud are themselves “too big to fail”.

As the banking cabal’s favorite apologist, it was delegated to Bloomberg to frame the announcement of this obscenity, in its best media spin. Naturally Bloomberg did not use the phrase “too big to fail” when it explained why these bankers must be allowed to continue their crimes:

because structural changes risk invalidating trillions of dollars of contracts.

This euphemism from Bloomberg is, itself, perverse to the point of being fraudulent. The banking cabal has admitted their fraud in this $350 trillion crime spree (more than 5 times the size of the entire global economy). As a matter of law, all of these contracts became null-and-void the moment this fraud was discovered (and confessed).

Indeed, it is a separate (criminal) act of fraud for each and every one of these contracts which continues to be enforced despite being null-and-void as a fundamental precept of the Rule of Law. To demand that these contracts remain in effect is nothing less than a proclamation that the Rule of Law no longer exists. Crime becomes “OK” as long as it’s large enough (or as long as the perpetrators wear expensive enough suits).

It was bad enough following the Crash of ‘08 that this financial crime syndicate was allowed to proclaim itself “too big to fail”. The message it sent (to a group of psychopathic gambling addicts) was this: if you increased the total amount of your bets to a high enough threshold (leveraged to the hilt, naturally) this qualified you for Permanent Corporate Welfare.

To provide an exclamation point to this insanity, Wall Street then proceeded to extort $15+ trillions in assorted hand-outs and subsidies from the U.S. government (and U.S. taxpayer), an amount greater in size than the entire U.S. economy. As I observed at the time, even if these monstrous hand-outs had not taken place, as a basic proposition of logic “too big to fail” must actually mean too big to exist.

The logic is tautological. Being allowed to exist with a status of “too big to fail” means nothing less than a permanent license to blackmail. It is literally financial terrorism: ‘Give us what we want or we will blow up the world.’ The difference with these financial terrorists is that they are holding the entire world as their hostages.

Our governments’ stance against terrorists has always been clear and unequivocal: they don’t negotiate with them. Thus the day the Wall Street terrorists issued their TBTF proclamation, and their $15+ trillion in extortion demands was the day that this crime syndicate had made its own extermination an absolute imperative.

 

The fact that the U.S. government (and other Western governments) refused to follow their own anti-terrorism dogma has resulted in the inevitable: the terrorists have escalated their crimes against humanity (as in Greece, where the suicide rate has doubled). For 2 ½ years I have been relentlessly documenting this escalation in financial terrorism.

Regular readers are well aware that the so-called “Euro debt crisis” is in fact itself merely another terrorist campaign by Wall Street. Through the fraudulent manipulation of credit default swaps, and with the active cooperation of both the media propaganda machine and the credit ratings agencies, these terrorists can manipulate the interest rates of any debt market in Europe (and likely the world) to any interest rate they desire.

As a matter of arithmetic, this means that any nation with even a single dollar of debt could theoretically be bankrupted. With a collection of governments which were already teetering on insolvency when Wall Street began its latest crime spree, pushing them past the point of no return was child’s play. This was yet another indication that this terrorist syndicate was too big to exist.

The serial “bail-outs” in which the governments of Europe have been engaging are nothing less than the latest blackmail payments to these terrorists. Understand how this serial blackmail operates. Europe’s political leaders (on the advice of their bankers) engage in another pseudo-bailout by simply printing countless billions of euros out of thin air, and then the Wall Street banks immediately claw-back every penny of those bail-outs through driving interest rates higher. It is nothing less than the systemic theft of all the wealth of all Europeans (except the Oligarchs themselves).

The difference between this serial terrorism/extortion and the $15+ in extortion which Wall Street plundered after the Crash of ’08 is that this extortion is being done for the bankers’ own Masters: the Bond Parasites. These are the shadowy Oligarchs whom Charles Savoie has chronicled in the detailed chronology which he has titled “The Silver Stealers”.

They are secretly, silently holding $10’s of trillions in “IOU’s” on sovereign Western debt, nothing less than yokes of economic slavery which they have fastened around the throats of our governments (and all of us). With our servile, hypocritical governments having again violated their own doctrine on giving in to terrorists, the terrorists have now become brazen to the point of outright arrogance.

They no longer even worry about the need to hide their crimes. As long as their crimes are large enough, the crimes themselves are now too big to fail, or so they insist. Extortion which was implicit is now explicit. The implicit imperative to exterminate these financial terrorists is now an explicit imperative. You serve us, the terrorists have publicly proclaimed.

It is one of the most basic principles of economics (and capitalism) that monopolies or oligopolies (such as Wall Street) cannot be allowed to exist. These are inherently parasitic entities, which provide zero societal benefit of any kind, and do nothing but blood-suck more and more and wealth out of the overall economy. That is what capitalist theory tells us.

What of the empirical evidence? During the Rise of the Oligopoly, our economies have been structurally destroyed and drowned in debt. Individually, employment has collapsed and we are personally drowning in our own debts. As they taught me in law school, this is known as “proof beyond a reasonable doubt”. The Western financial crime syndicate is history’s ultimate example of a parasitic oligopoly.

On June 26, 2012; these financial terrorists announced that they would now openly engage in their serial criminal conspiracies, starting with the largest of them all: the $350 trillion LIBOR-fraud. None of our governments – the world’s most rabid “anti-terrorist” regimes – had a single word to say about this obscene proclamation. This is nothing less than an implicit declaration of the moral and legal illegitimacy of every one of these governments.

At best, our governments are despicable hypocrites: pounding their chests (and dropping their bombs) when the “terrorists” are poor Muslims; meekly kow-towing to extortion demands when the terrorists are White (and wear very, very expensive suits). At worst, our governments are now active co-conspirators.

The terrorists have brazenly announced that they are simply going to openly continue their $350-trillion LIBOR fraud, and (according to them) there is nothing we can do about it. Given the deafening silence of our (anti-terrorist) governments to this announcement, our suspicions must lean toward our governments being accomplices rather than mere hypocrite-victims.

Every scrap of paper in our wallets (and every bond in our investment portfolio) is now inextricably linked to this $350-trillion LIBOR fraud. The message is clear (if it wasn’t already clear after the plundering of MF Global accounts): any-and-all paper we hold is entirely at the mercy of the worst criminals/terrorists the world has ever known.

While precious metals investors did not need another reason to shift their own wealth out of paper and into metal (which cannot be stolen/destroyed by bankster crime), this is another pretty good one.

 

 

[Jeff Nielson is Senior Precious Metals Analyst for SilverGoldBull.com]

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written by Jeff Nielson, July 03, 2012
Yes Jeff, I'd heard the debt Jubilee story some time go. I suppose the question is whether a major default By everyone would crash the system with consequences worse than just printing paper until money goes to zero and then having the default.
Of course a lot of people would be against a default if they saw that someone else was getting a better deal than they were (like someone who had just taken out a mortgage on a very big property getting it for nothing!) Somehow, you can see that countries would organise a default for government debt but not for the rest of us on the basis of 'fairness.'


Norbull, let me re-frame your question this way:

How much longer are we going to expend an enormous amount of resources simply to TEMPORARILY keep this 'lead zeppelin' afloat a little longer?

In fact it is all banker MYTHOLOGY that allowing their paper empire to collapse would create some sort of financial holocaust. The bankers have already supplied us with proof of this themselves.

They TOTALLY stopped lending following the Crash of '08. What happened? Our GOVERNMENTS stepped in as financial guarantors and essentially BECAME the banks - but allowed these parasitic middlemen to rubber-stamp loans and collect their percentage FOR NO REASON.

The idea that parasitic middlemen are "needed" in any system is a patently absurd proposition. It is parallel to the absurd mythology about banker-paper being a "safe haven", when in fact it ALWAYS goes to zero.

As for Debt Jubilee itself, by its very title we can see that this has always been BLANKET debt-relief - for precisely the reasons you mentioned. However, with such EVIL regimes at the helms of our economies we can't assume anything.

Debt "Jubilee" only for the privileged (and our bankrupt governments) is a distinct possibility.
Norbull
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written by Norbull, July 03, 2012
Yes Jeff, I'd heard the debt Jubilee story some time go. I suppose the question is whether a major default By everyone would crash the system with consequences worse than just printing paper until money goes to zero and then having the default.
Of course a lot of people would be against a default if they saw that someone else was getting a better deal than they were (like someone who had just taken out a mortgage on a very big property getting it for nothing!) Somehow, you can see that countries would organise a default for government debt but not for the rest of us on the basis of 'fairness.'smilies/sad.gif
Jeff Nielson
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written by Jeff Nielson, July 02, 2012
What would be the real consequences of all governments going for an agreed coordinated overnight default/ reset?
Or wholesale bank nationalisation? (We are halfway there anyway!)


Norbull, I've writing more and more about "Debt Jubilee", a concept which Steve Keen was probably first to delve into. I suspect you missed a recent commentary where I pointed out that back in Biblical times that Debt Jubilee was a SCHEDULED event every 25 or 50 years.

Whether we are talking about the bankers' fraudulent paper currencies or their equally fraudulent bonds, the one "constant" is that this banker paper ALWAYS goes to zero. So with respect to your question, it's just a matter of time until this occurs - as it is part of an inevitable pattern of history, fraud, and fiscal incompetence.

As for the consequences, that is impossible to predict until we see how our (Fascist) governments ADMINISTER Debt Jubilee. Will EVERYONE'S debts be wiped-clean, or just government debts and those of the most-privileged Oligarchs?

http://www.bullionbullscanada.com/gold-commentary/25549-the-three-trends-which-rule-the-precious-metals-market-part-ii
Jeff Nielson
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written by Jeff Nielson, July 02, 2012
I was only half tongue-in cheek there Jeff.

The station in Alaska has almost become an obsolete red herring when you discover that this technology is all around us, particularly the NEXRAD radar stations dotted all over the USA. Just 6 minutes will show you how they create and destroy clouds, guiding weather systems wherever they wish.

Nexrad & HAARP: Undeniable Weather Control Connection
http://youtu.be/Ytfj7EUFDsU


Dylan, I think we're getting a little off-track here. How about posting that over on the forum...?
Norbull
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written by Norbull, July 02, 2012
What would be the real consequences of all governments going for an agreed coordinated overnight default/ reset?
Or wholesale bank nationalisation? (We are halfway there anyway!)
Dylan
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written by Dylan, July 02, 2012
I was only half tongue-in cheek there Jeff.

The station in Alaska has almost become an obsolete red herring when you discover that this technology is all around us, particularly the NEXRAD radar stations dotted all over the USA. Just 6 minutes will show you how they create and destroy clouds, guiding weather systems wherever they wish.

Nexrad & HAARP: Undeniable Weather Control Connection
http://youtu.be/Ytfj7EUFDsU
Jeff Nielson
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written by Jeff Nielson, July 02, 2012
When will the people stand up and say no more to these banking and political terrorists demanding this illegal debt servitude? It reminds me of Stockholm syndrome in which hostages express empathy and have positive feelings towards their captors, sometimes to the point of defending them. At some point this Ponzi is going to fall apart and all of this paper debt will evaporate. It seems to me that is the only thing that will get people interested in learning about economics and their money. Good article Jeff!


BigDad, one of the clever things that the Oligarchs have done is to dupe all of the AFFLUENT Americans that they are "teammates" with the Oligarchs and not the People. So the affluent SUPPORT the Oligarchs at every turn - while the Oligarchs get set to launch their "millionaires" tax, and drain the wealth of those immediately BELOW them on the wealth totem-pole.
Jeff Nielson
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written by Jeff Nielson, July 02, 2012
I`m looking forward to the day when E-mails are leaked from traders at the big banks to their buddies at weather modification inc such as this one

“Psst, can you keep the jet stream up north, lay off the daytime chemtrailing, step up the nightime chemtrailing over Kansas? I`ve got a little weather derivative bet riding on it. I`ll owe you big time, maybe a giant bottle of Bollinger, BUT DON`T TELL ANYBODY!”


Dylan, what more can I add to that other than to point out that we were SERIOUSLY discussing on our forum whether Japan's tsunami/earthquake (and nuclear meltdown) were CAUSED by the U.S.'s HAARP technology.

It's not only a matter of considering science fiction-like technology, but a cartoonishly evil government which is actually CAPABLE of such crimes against humanity.
Jeff Nielson
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written by Jeff Nielson, July 02, 2012
...maybe it is time to seriously consider a second home outside of the US. This country is becoming surreal... Any suggestions?


TusconJJ, for years I've been counselling any of my American friends/acquaintances who have concerns to begin seriously looking for a new home. It's becoming IMPOSSIBLE to see any democratic means of ridding itself of its two-party dictatorship.
Bigdad06
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written by Bigdad06, July 02, 2012
When will the people stand up and say no more to these banking and political terrorists demanding this illegal debt servitude? It reminds me of Stockholm syndrome in which hostages express empathy and have positive feelings towards their captors, sometimes to the point of defending them. At some point this Ponzi is going to fall apart and all of this paper debt will evaporate. It seems to me that is the only thing that will get people interested in learning about economics and their money. Good article Jeff!
Dylan
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written by Dylan, July 02, 2012
I`m looking forward to the day when E-mails are leaked from traders at the big banks to their buddies at weather modification inc such as this one

“Psst, can you keep the jet stream up north, lay off the daytime chemtrailing, step up the nightime chemtrailing over Kansas? I`ve got a little weather derivative bet riding on it. I`ll owe you big time, maybe a giant bottle of Bollinger, BUT DON`T TELL ANYBODY!”
Tucson JJ
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written by Tucson JJ, July 01, 2012
Another nice job, Jeff... maybe it is time to seriously consider a second home outside of the US. This country is becoming surreal... Any suggestions?

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