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A new world order is coming and we are sleepwalking into it
The Economic Voice - UK ^ | June 19, 2012 | Richard Henley Davis

Posted on 06/26/2012 9:10:52 AM PDT by RetiredArmy

A new world order is coming and we are sleepwalking into it

Posted By Richard Henley Davis On June 19, 2012 @ 8:00 pm

For the past six years or so our leaders and economists have told us that no one could have seen this financial crisis coming, they were lying.

There comes a point where you have to stick your neck out and say it as it is, regardless of what your peers and the media think about your conclusions and that is exactly what I am going to do today so here goes my reputation.

Let’s start not at the beginning but a relative point of reference which everyone can relate to and I am deliberately going to keep this simple and not join all the dots.

In 2003 I began to notice that there was a very odd recurrence every time I went to my local bank.

Upon entering said bank I was continually asked if I wanted to take out a loan or mortgage/re-mortgage under the premise of us being in a stable economic environment with assured house price rises and by 2005 the simple passing question of a loan by the bank clerk had progressively turned more and more aggressive.

As long as a person was able to sign their name, cheap credit was available if not almost forced on people, and so a culture of personal debt swept across the globe.

You could not turn on the television without some refinancing or credit card advert being repeated and drummed into the psyche to the point where if you did not have debt, you were the odd one out.

Television shows encouraging the housing and debt boom sprang up to cater or rather cultivate this mood of greed dressed up as a right to prosperity regardless of consequence.

The global property boom then began turning into a property bust thanks to some very complicated debt products being passed off as assets on the balance sheets.

It does not take a degree in economics to work out that at some point this pyramid scheme was going to fall and there were plenty of pundits out there continually warning us of this, yet our politicians and many economists were apparently taken totally by surprise when the credit crunch arrived and still the ‘Cassandras‘ are branded as conspiracy theorists.

I knew right then that this surprise expressed by the then Labour government was not just a front for the public but a downright lie.

You don’t have to wear a tin foil hat and sleep with a copy of survivalists weekly to realise that governments do lie to us, that has been proven time and time again so why have we been lied to about this so called financial crisis?

A rational man can end up justifying the most irrational of scenarios when all obvious explanations have failed and the only conclusion that holds any water is the crisis was and is orchestrated in some way.

But to what ends?

Well the ends have become self evident and hinted at by some of the proposed solutions to the debt crisis and also in the power structure in Europe where titles are handed out left right and centre (excuse the pun) and there is whiff of a quasi-religious belief in a federalist European superstate.

And don’t forget those who have benefited directly by the release of recent bailout funds in Europe where former employees of some of the most powerful banks in the world now hold unelected political positions such either placed prime ministerial or heads of central banks and it is they who get to decide as to whether or not public funds should find their way back to the vaults of their previous employers.

World/Eurozone leaders have come up with only one solution for the immediate debt tsunami in Europe and that is tighter fiscal and political relations where citizens (you) of member states must surrender their democratic rights and the most indebted nations hand over private and state assets to the larger nations (Germany) in order to justify such bailouts to their respective electorate in a wealth extraction exercise reminiscent (OK subtler version) of that taken by Germany in World War II.

Strong inappropriate terminology? Tell that to the mothers leaving their children on the streets of Athens in the hope that someone will be able to feed them thanks to the austerity demanded mainly now by Germany.

But a federal Untied States of Europe is exactly the kind of centralisation the pro-integration lobby have been fighting for and the solutions to the debt crisis presented to the electorate by the pro-integration parties clambering for votes in member states are propagating needless fear to the electorate.

Debt is only debt when it is agreed as such and the assets on which the crashing Spanish/global property market is based were bought with money that was created by the banks themselves and what is money other than a medium of exchange manifested as a promissory note.

As for public spending, that is based on a government’s ability to convince the bond markets that they have the future ability to honour the nation’s debt by continually growing in a world of finite resources and asset bubbles.

The problem is the global financial system is broken and can only function in it’s current form for a given period of time up until the generation as yet unborn will agree to service the debt with no benefit to themselves.

There are only two conclusions to be drawn here; either our leaders knew that the system would break or they did not through passive incompetence and the latter seems highly improbable due to the resources and information at their disposal whilst in power. They had huge government (and supra-government) machines servicing them don’t forget.

So they chose to not inform the public of this matter because, whether they just wanted the bubble to pop on someone else’s watch or the alternative, it does enter the realms of conspiracy theory, and I am not going to go there but I will make two predictions that will sound like a very familiar conspiracy theory.

In fact as China, America and Saudi are being tapped on the shoulder for a handout to save Europe so one would imagine there will be guarantees expected which, may back up the predictions below.

We will either see the end of democracy and total global unification to maintain the status quo sold to us as the only way to return to the previous living standards in the developed world.

Or.

The entire system collapses taking us back to the dark ages from which will arise very quickly a solution, which will be the end of democracy and total global unification sold for the same reasons as above because European integration won’t go far enough to provide long term stability.

A New World Order. With the global unification being in the form of a carve up between like minded ‘worthy’ people.

Let’s hope I am wrong and above comment article is born out of delusion through compounded distrust won by politicians and unelected technocrats.


TOPICS: Editorial; Foreign Affairs; Government; News/Current Events
KEYWORDS: newworldorder; nwo
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1 posted on 06/26/2012 9:11:00 AM PDT by RetiredArmy
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To: RetiredArmy

Well, he kept his promise and left out some dots. All of them in fact. Nothing left to connect but a few dotless theories.


2 posted on 06/26/2012 9:19:56 AM PDT by saganite (What happens to taglines? Is there a termination date?)
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To: RetiredArmy; saganite

The key turning point was when the education system dropped critical thinking and “correlation is not causation” was lost on an entire generation.

The bonus for these ITYS’ers is that if nothing happens, “it’s about to happen.” If something does happen, “I told you so.”

100% correct no matter what happens.


3 posted on 06/26/2012 9:29:41 AM PDT by sam_paine (X .................................)
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To: sam_paine

I agree with him on one thing. That is the companies trying to get you to re-do your mortgage. We have, and I am not lying, at least 150 notices in the mail from one company in D.C. to redo our mortgage. We get at least four or five from them each week. They repackage the outside, but the things inside are always the same papers trying to get us to redo our loan. We get a credit card telephone call all the time wanting us to redo our interst on our credit card, but not from our credit card company. I have asked them several times to quit calling but they will not stop and they refused to tell me who they were. Now, when they call, I just hang up. But, they will recall in a couple of hours. I bet I have had 50-75 of these calls in the past months.


4 posted on 06/26/2012 9:33:12 AM PDT by RetiredArmy (You can almost hear the footsteps of Jesus. He is right at the door!)
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To: saganite

After applying Occam’s Razor, the explanation I come up with is that career politicians (Orrin Hatch being exhibit “A”) are simply buying their way into another term -— consequences be damned.

Nothing more complicated than that.


5 posted on 06/26/2012 9:33:57 AM PDT by Walrus (Today's question: Why doesn't anybody talk about rocketing inflation at the grocery store?)
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To: RetiredArmy

” I just hang up. But, they will recall in a couple of hours. I bet I have had 50-75 of these calls in the past months. “

Next time they call, try this —

“I have been instructed to get your full legal name, and the full legal name and address of the company you work for..”

(works for bill collectors, too... ;))


6 posted on 06/26/2012 9:38:00 AM PDT by Uncle Ike (Rope is cheap, and there are lots of trees...)
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To: RetiredArmy; saganite
I agree with him on one thing. That is the companies trying to get you to re-do your mortgage.

Yes, but of course, that's called "competition" not "conspiracy." =)

It wasn't too long ago that conservatives believed the Giulliani demonstrated "broken window theory." Out of that came the "ownership society" concept.

Both are probably true.

Except that when you take out a loan and you can lose your property over taxes, you can't really implement the good side of that policy.

7 posted on 06/26/2012 9:38:08 AM PDT by sam_paine (X .................................)
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To: saganite
How can you argue with his theory? Pretty obvious what's happening isn't it? Everything being done is aimed at collapsing it.. Collapsing 'traditional America' or 'CHANGE' or 'transformation'.. This has been Obama's mission since day one in office.

Why his OBSESSION with a gay military? Why? It's to weaken America, drive down enlistments and make us vulnerable. Vulnerable to who is anybody's guess but it will either result in aCIVILIAN DRAFT OF OWS-TYPES ONLY types only, or the installation of a UNITED NATION'S PEACE KEEPING FORCE ON AMERICAN SOIL.

Think of Obama as a wrecking ball. Wrecking the 2nd Amendment with 'Fast & Furious', wrecking 'big oil' by suppressing domestic oil drilling, wrecking NASA with 'Muslim outreach', wrecking our sovereignty by suing Arizona and OPENLY REFUSING TO DEPORT illegal aliens, wrecking private businesses with massive regulations and Obamacare, wrecking Wall Street (Dodd-Frank AGAIN, because destroying the housing market WASN'T ENOUGH!), wrecking our health care industry with Obamacare, wrecking the auto and bank industry by taking them over, overwhelming the entitlement and union worker pension system and getting as many people as possible on board towards collapsing our economy, failure to pass a budget in Congress with emphasis on NOT having a budget ceiling, blah blah blah.

8 posted on 06/26/2012 9:56:14 AM PDT by GeorgeWashingtonsGhost
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To: RetiredArmy

The first problem is the worship of ‘Democracy’ as the holy grail of Government.


9 posted on 06/26/2012 10:13:51 AM PDT by iopscusa (El Vaquero. (SC Lowcountry Cowboy))
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To: RetiredArmy
There are only two conclusions to be drawn here; either our leaders knew that the system would break or they did not through passive incompetence.

Based on my direct experience with all levels of government and four years of military service, I vote for incompetence.

10 posted on 06/26/2012 10:19:17 AM PDT by TexasKamaAina
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To: RetiredArmy

Some way or other, the NWO order folks will need to find a way to prevent being killed where they stand or their family getting kidnapped and seeing junior returned one finger at a time.

Mercenaries don’t work too well as discovered by Kaddhafi. They ran like hell out of Libya after the money stopped and the force arrayed against them was kicking their ass. The mercenaries who were caught got gunned down in the street or became decorations on lampposts. Kaddhafi’s brains ended up as a hood ornament on an militia SUV, killed with his own gold-plated 9 mm.

NWO George needs to think things through before going to step #2.


11 posted on 06/26/2012 10:52:55 AM PDT by sergeantdave (Public unions exist to protect the unions from the taxpaying public)
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To: TexasKamaAina
I vote for incompetence.

They count on us thinking that, but there is nothing incompetent about the current regime, they have unleashed a commie agenda deluxe and we stand like a deer in the headlights. Individuals may look stupid, but there is a plan and they follow the script.

12 posted on 06/26/2012 11:07:16 AM PDT by itsahoot (About that Coup d'├ętat we had in 08, anyone worried yet?)
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To: RetiredArmy

The global communists have been working on a New World Order for a long, long time.


13 posted on 06/26/2012 11:15:56 AM PDT by khelus
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To: itsahoot

Deer in the headlights. I could say something morose but will settle for “we are the weakest link.”


14 posted on 06/26/2012 11:19:15 AM PDT by Lady Jag (If you can't make them see the light, let them feel the heat. - Reagan)
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To: RetiredArmy
"World/Eurozone leaders have come up with only one solution for the immediate debt tsunami in Europe and that is tighter fiscal and political relations where citizens (you) of member states must surrender their democratic rights and the most indebted nations hand over private and state assets to the larger nations (Germany) in order to justify such bailouts to their respective electorate in a wealth extraction exercise reminiscent (OK subtler version) of that taken by Germany in World War II."

There it is: a typically wordy comment from a socialist, and with no clear thesis. He calls the Germans Nazis while whining about the fall of the real fascists, who haven't produced a worthwhile thing.

On to default and taking out the trash. Clean our house.


15 posted on 06/26/2012 6:08:53 PM PDT by familyop ("Wanna cigarette? You're never too young to start." --Deacon, "Waterworld")
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To: GeorgeWashingtonsGhost
How can you argue with his theory? Pretty obvious what's happening isn't it? Everything being done is aimed at collapsing it.. Collapsing 'traditional America' or 'CHANGE' or 'transformation'.. This has been Obama's mission since day one in office.

A lot of what he is talking about has nothing to do with any NWO and more to do with a bunch of greedy bastards looking to make as much money from people, including taxpayers as possible. The atmosphere for "too big to fail" was really advanced in 2001 when the airlines were bailed out after 9/11, and I have no doubt that other industries and executives were watching that drama play out and thinking about how they can take advantage of it.

The author talks about how in 2003, he started noticing banks/financial institutions pressuring people. I noticed it a year or two later. I was getting asked to refinance a house that was paid for, I was getting all kinds of spam from other companies and banks. It was noticeable. Some renters who lived in one of my houses were getting asked to refinance a home they didn't even own.

The financial/banking industry saw how easy the airlines walked all over Congress and the American taxpayer. In late September of 2001, Within two weeks of 9/11, Bush was signing off on a $15 billion airline industry bailout. The airlines had lobbyists working Congress the week after 9/11. There were FReepers saying we have to put the brakes on this because if we bail out some companies or an entire industry, where are we going to stop?

I'll quote a bankrupty expert who gave an interview back in late 2001 (forgot the name, saved the quote, but it should be easy to find): “Bailouts are a dangerous strategy for addressing economic distress. They create an expectation that Congress will intervene again if another crisis arises, moreover, there is a tendency to try to save every company in an industry, even those that would have failed if the crisis had not occurred…"

The expectation was created that the government would bail out large companies if they can scare Congress and the White House, and Bush to this day defends the airline, financial/banking, and automobile bailouts.

By the time Bush and Congress signed off on the AIG bailout for nearly $90 billion in 2008, these large industries knew they could make the White House and Congress bend to their will. Look at how easy Obama rolled over for them.
16 posted on 06/26/2012 9:21:10 PM PDT by af_vet_rr
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To: sam_paine
The key turning point was when the education system dropped critical thinking and “correlation is not causation” was lost on an entire generation.

The key turning point was when large industries realized that the White House and Congress would bail them out with taxpayer money if they gambled and lost. Once you know that Congress and the White House have got your back if you're "too big to fail", it's amazing what risks you'll take with other peoples money, knowing that you'll get taxpayer money if you lose that.
17 posted on 06/26/2012 9:23:42 PM PDT by af_vet_rr
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