Sunday, Feb. 26th, 2012 – One day closer to currency collapse. One day closer to escalating war. One day closer to poverty. One day closer to an election that doesn’t mean anything. If there is anyone that doesn’t understand what is taking place, it isn’t like they weren’t told and warned. the central banks play a cat-and-mouse game, with imaginary money. Politicians speak in promises that can never be. Everyone talks about jobs that don’t exist. It’s quite a remarkable fantasy world that people live in. The combination of frustration with conditions that are plainly wrong and injurious just continues to build. How people can expect a better tomorrow defies rational explanation. Delusion is the new sanity.
That describes the situation, very well. The reason that I’m so fond of Thomas Jefferson quotes is that he addressed issues with an uncommon economy of words.
People are learning the meaning of “no gots”. Watching these bailouts bounce from one bank vault to another has to be frustrating.
There is no new thing under the sun. This traces back to Esau’s oath to kill his brother, Jacob. The world has been a war zone for almost 6,000 years.
Currency wars are the storm clouds of approaching shooting wars. Fiat currency is a destabilizing influence because it guarantees total loss and subjugation for the vanquished.
I would add two more reasons to dislike the Fed.
1. The currency is not money.
2. The Fed has a long history of acting as an intermediary U’ S. Treasury activities, ranging from destabilizing governments to funding combat operations in undeclared wars.