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US Government Screw Up Or A Distraction – They Understand That The Economy Is Going To Collapse And They Cannot Be Blamed When It Happens


Kerry over the weekend said that all Assad needs to do is hand over his chemical weapons. Russia heard the proposal and spoke with Assad and he said ok lets do it. The US government back pedaled a little and then President Obama said lets proceed. The US Government has not backed down on a strike and they want Assad to admit they he used chemical weapons. The central bankers/US government want war, need war and will not give up until they get their war. They understand that the economy is going to collapse and they cannot be blamed when it happens.

 

HANK PAULSON: WORLD SHOULD PREPARE FOR NEW FiNANCIAL CRISIS

Five years after the financial crisis former Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson says “the world should prepare for a new financial crisis” in tomorrow’s Handelsblatt newspaper.

“The Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac reform has made no progress and the market of shadow banks hasn’t been addressed”

Paulson calls the too-big-to-fail phenomenon “unacceptable” and proposes more stringent capital and liquidity requirements in order to minimize the advantages enjoyed by larger financial institutions.

MORGAN STANLEY: ‘There Are Just Too Many Car CompaniesChasing Too Few Consumers’
AHEAD: SYRIAN WAR, WWIII, & SHUT DOWN of US ECONOMY – Elijah Johnson with Ann Barnhardt

This Labor Day weekend, Obama announced that he has decided to use military force against Syria and would seek authorization from Congress. But Ann Barnhardt, founder of the former Barnhardt Capital Management, believes this war will end up involving more countries than only the U.S. and Syria; Barnhardt predicts this war will be World War III.

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  • C101

    Well that’s easy it’s a distraction. Do you all honestly think that the representatives that we the people vote for are the ones in charge?

  • Shannon Perley

    This propaganda concerning banks needing a war is absurd, left over propaganda from the second world war trying to explain what happened to the depression. Vietnam War didn’t make us rich, neither did any of the wars in the Middle East. The coming wars not about oil or the petrodollar, it’s about one world government and the spread of Zionism and greater Israel. If it were about war booty and oil, then the United States should be doing very well right now considering it destroyed Iraq. But we are not doing so well our way, looks like we didn’t get any of the oil in Iraq, looks like the Chinese got the oil. The Iraqi war was about destroying Israel’s enemies, just as destroying Libya, and Syria, and Lebanon, or wars for Israel. Banks don’t make money on wars anymore, they simply printed out of thin air

  • h5mind

    There are obviously several motivations behind the incessant drumbeat for war by the US against- coincidentally- nations with demonstrable natural resources, and/or those abandoning the Us dollar to settle international trade. We do know the ‘Grand Chess Game’, the strategy to topple all major middle Eastern countries, was formulated decades ago. If it’s all a hugely expensive ploy to crush the Arab world under the Zionist boot, I have no idea. There are certainly multiple players at work, and often at cross purposes with one another. I recall a chart which detailed the myriad ways the US simultaneously fights for and against various interests- it’s insane. Look at our funding and support for Al Qaeda-aligned rebels in Syria for a current example. The truth is, our understanding of the sociopath mindset is dicey at best. All we know for certain is things typically do NOT happen for the reasons espoused by Washington or Israel. It’s important to remember the people and corporations pulling the geopolitical strings don’t think in terms of country at all, which is another opiate of the masses, but of power, control, and profit. More for them, and less for us. Or as Max Keisner put it, ours is a two-party system: the ‘have nots’ and the ‘have yachts’.