ECONOMICS: “Mattresses” money?

Monday, April 1, 2013

It’s head for “the mattresses” time for savers worldwide
Posted by Deviant Investor on March 28th, 2013

Guest Post from Liberty Gold and Silver

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Well, there is another turf war going on, a worldwide one, one that threatens the entire economic and political landscape of the planet. It is between all the hard working savers on the planet and the ever greedy criminal bankers and their cohorts in government. The real big canary singing out an extreme danger warning to all traditional savers who wish to entrust their wealth to banks and other paper vehicles – stocks, bonds, etc., is the incredible emergency banking shutdown in the tiny island nation of Cyprus. Granted, Cyprus represents only .02% of the population of the European Union. Yet what is occurring there is the harbinger of great risk to traditional savers on every continent; and equally important, there are many more scary danger signs raising their ugly heads as well.

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Of course, Sheeple, it can’t happen here.

Why not?

Do you think that our politicians and bureaucrats are more “trustworthy” than theirs?

I keep looking back to the unfunded liabilities that the politicians have created in our names and the IRA/401k savings balances. 

I’m sure that they are looking at the fact that they only have to strong arm about 3k “custodians” and it’s all theirs.

And what are the Sheeple and Clovers going to do about it?

When they are putting people in the camps, it’ll be too late.

Can’t happen here?

Talk to the Japanese Americans, the American Indians, the follower of David Koresh!

In a heartbeat.


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MONEY: TARP was theft

Thursday, January 3, 2013

It’s Not a Tax or Spending Problem … It’s a Devolution Into Lawlessness
By Washingtons Blog – December 26th, 2012, 1:30AM
It’s Not a “Fiscal Cliff” … It’s the Descent Into Lawlessness

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Numerous top economists say that the bank bailouts are the largest robbery and redistribution of wealth in history.

Why was this illegal? Well, the top white collar fraud expert in the country says that the Bush and Obama administrations broke the law by failing to break up insolvent banks … instead of propping them up by bailing them out.

And the Special Inspector General of the Tarp bailout program said that the Treasury Secretary lied to Congress regarding some fundamental aspects of Tarp – like pretending that the banks were healthy, when they were totally insolvent. The Secretary also falsely told Congress that the bailouts would be used to dispose of toxic assets … but then used the money for something else entirely. Making false statements to a federal official is illegal, pursuant to 18 United States Code Section 1001.

So breaking the rules to bail out the big, insolvent banks, is destroying our prosperity.

A strong rule of law is essential for a prosperous and stable economy, yet the government made it official policy not to prosecute fraud, even though criminal fraud is the main business model adopted by the giant banks.

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It seems like it is time to hold the politicians and bureaucrats accountable for the lies and frauds.

My favorite is DonwsizeDC with its Read The Bills and One Subject At A Time ideas,

Of course, if no one is held accountable, then it really doesn’t matter. 

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