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Anatomy of a General Plunder
Part 1 The Heist of a Nation
Part One deals with the disappearance of bank reserves of the American banking system that began in early December of 2007. By the end of the month, functionaries from the Federal Reserve, the U S Treasury, the White House and Congress were so alarmed they proposed to send $300 to every adult in the nation. Their panic was chronicled on front pages of newspapers that month; yet, the cause of the panic was never explained. In this Part One, part of the cause, that must not be named, is explained.
Part 2, The Dollar Floating in Thin Air… What Happened to its Collateral?
Here I deal with a development which no one else seems to have noticed; namely, the disappearance of assets supposedly serving as collateral for issued Federal Reserve notes. To a rational man, gold is the ultimate money, and should serve as the collateral that stands behind any paper currency that may be issued. To demonically deranged men, unrealizable promises (that is, promises to impose confiscatory taxes on future generations of Americans), in the form of US Treasury securities, are the most stable and secure assets that should serve as collateral for issued currency. In December of 2007, a large portion of this “fool’s gold” went missing. How did it happen… and, was it the result of a deliberate decision by bureaucrats at the Federal Reserve?
Part 3, When Treasury demanded $700 billion from Congress, where did the money come from?
Here again is a question that nobody seems to have asked, ‘Where did the $700 billion, demanded by Paulsen, come from?’ For the prior fifteen years, the Treasury’s checking account showed an average balance of $5 billion. All money received, and expended, by the Treasury passes thru this account. If the Treasury is to expend $700 billion, this amount must first appear in this account. The answer to this question involves a massive operation conducted by the Federal Reserve and nearly thirty foreign central banks; and probably has the power to stretch the credulity of ordinary men to the breaking point.
Based on financial reports of the United States government, federal assets add to $2 trillion; on the other side of the ledger, federal liabilities add to over $300 trillion. The alert accountant should tell you that this is an example of an extreme bankrupt; and yet, a nation sleeps. A former comptroller of the United States describes the current system “unsustainable”; John Williams of shadowstats.com calls it “system dooming”. I call it “civilization destroying”. We really should do something about this system that requires the financial cannibalization of following generations of Americans to the end of time.
Confessions and Confusions of Treasury,
The March Hare Rules.
The federal government publishes ‘Financial Reports of the United States Government’ (frusg, or Report, hereafter) on an annual basis, as of September 30 of each year. The latest available is the one for 2013 (for purposes of this examination). It, like several before it, declares that “current government policies are unsustainable”. It arrives at this conclusion with language and concepts designed to mislead any reader, from the casual reader to, it seems, the most experienced financial analysts.
There is much confusion to unravel: ‘What is a “present value” dollar… a “primary deficit (surplus, gap)”? The frusg makes use of the Gross Domestic Product (GDP). It supposedly measures gross production of the nation for a year; and is comprised of ten components. At least two of those components represent a decrease of production, and are added to the level of production. Government accountants make financial projections over the next 75 years; ‘Are they realistic… or pure nonsense?’
As we make sense of the Report, we come up against the question, ‘Are all these confusions part of some kind of training exercise for a planned major shock to the financial system… on a global scale?’ (Please read more)
Confessions and Confusions of Treasury,
So, how did we go from an examination of the federal government’s annual report (in Part One) to the GDP, street gangs and drug cartels, the government’s role in arming, protecting and forming alliances with such gangs and cartels… and a dozen or so other items? They all point to a conclusion that a vast operation is being perpetrated… I began this Part 2 with the question, ‘What financial shock do Judeo-Bolsheviks plan?’ Do they plan to inflate the dollar to zero… repudiate the federal debt… Issue Treasury bank notes… perpetrate a mass genocide of Americans?’… And, how do China’s ghost cities fit into this unprecedented operation?… I would like to think that Americans could stop this horror; but, I don’t think it’s possible. They have been conquered by a lethargy induced my medication, an ignorance molded by indoctrination, and a corruption brought on by a mania for dope, foul language and perverted sex. Please read more…
This (above image) is located in Zhengzhou, capital of Hanan; a ghost city within a real city; complete with a penis-like structure rising in the center of it – an object of worship in the religion of Baal, an early version of Judaism. (Image Source: Mysteryoftheiniquity.)
gaming taxpayers… again: With passage of the so-called ‘Troubled Asset Relief Program’ of 2008 (TARP), Congress gave authority to the US Treasury to conduct a general plunder of American taxpayers (alive and yet-to-be born). Of course, to enact is one thing; to implement is quite another, as functionaries at the Treasury soon discovered. Over early months of 2009, such functionaries would give conclusive proof that governments are gathering places for idiots and thieves. This was demonstrated by the struggle by Treasury bureaucrats and the Chosen Ones from too-big-to-fail banks to invent a procedure by which the plunder could be distributed in a sportsman-like, all-American manner. PPIP/F is the acronym for an ineffable entity; for, their struggle turned out rather badly.
Counterparties… counterparties… counterparties.
And no one thinks to examine the most basic one of all.
Examine one of those scrips you carry in your pocket. Some people call them Federal Reserve Notes. Well, they are: “FEDERAL RESERVE NOTE” is actually printed across its top. It is, in other words, nothing more than a particular kind of promissory note. A promissory note is a kind of contract; and, on each side of the contract there is a party (or parties). If you are one of those parties, the person on the other side is a counterparty… If you possess an FR note, you are a party of the contract signified by such note. So, who is the counterparty in this case? … When I was in the Navy, I was the lead electronic technician (ET) for a task force of 8 ships; when ET’s on other ships couldn’t fix gear, they’d call me. Most of the problems were too simple for them to see. For example, who would think to check the AC plug? It’s the simplest thing that could go wrong, and yet, nothing happens without secure connections to power. It would usually take me about 15 minutes to find this problem (more than once); and I never told them what I did; didn’t want to embarrass them… We have the same problem today: people fail to consider the most basic of factors needed to secure capital: namely, our currency unit. Please read more.
From Unprecedented Crisis to Unprecedented Opportunity.
The mortgage crisis revealed that those banks too-big-to-fail produced 50 million mortgages with seriously clouded titles. It produced a situation where no one could provide lawful authority to collect or foreclose on such mortgages. In other words, property law 4,000 years old had been violated on a national scale. So far, solutions require that bank shareholders, bank depositors, and taxpayers suffer losses -while those who engineered the crisis waltz away each with millions in plunder. What can be done about it – without creating a new class of victims? My solution employs property law 4000 years old, and has been lawyer-proofed. Please see full article.
What Price Gold… $7,000… $70,000… $infinity?
You may think this will be a wild ride. If you think collateralization, currency equivalents, double-entry bookkeeping and mortgage-backed securities are dull subjects – if you think wishful thinking is a harmless activity – if you think taxes are essential for the development and maintenance – rather than the destruction – of civilization, then, yes, this will be a very wild ride. We are about to study concepts and actions, crimes and fictions that few, if any, others have examined yet relative to their influence on gold. It may also be a disturbing study; for, the dollar is the world’s reserve currency. It is used as gold once was used: to serve as backing, or collateral, for issued currencies around the globe; in the dollar’s case, for the world’s major currencies and a few dozen others. Thus, today, wishful thinking has replaced gold as backing for most of the world’s currencies. We should ponder the question, ‘What happens when men build their societies on houses of cards?’ (Please read more)