So, the financial powers that be, as fronted by Henry Paulson, say that they are going to do whatever it takes to weather the situation that the banks' carefully-engineered ineptitude has brought about. Are they, now?
This will mean many further injections of 700 b. "at any one time". Yes, as fast as the presses can be made to print the pretty paper trash we know and revere as bank-notes. The total can amount to up to a quadrill ion USD, which sum does not exist in reality until the printing presses invent it, and we might well remember that the debt of this sum was allegedly inspired by Paulson's own Goldman Sachs. And now it is he who is calling the shots to solve the problem - for which we have to pay? - Excuse all the italics, but my eyebrows won't come down out of my hair in incredulity at the effrontery of their demand. Because, this is using future public debt to pay off present bank losses.
These losses were caused by their selling to the banks profitable rubbishy derivative 'instruments' artificially-invented by the greatly-leveraged purchase of deliberately-created mortgage garbage. And 'our governments' will have to make good these bank losses with money they will invent by printing it, for us to pay for in the future by our working for it and paying it in taxes and interest. And, in case you have forgotten, the banks need this refinancing - with our money - to be able to lend our money back to us at interest and so have a further chance to penalize and dispossess us if we can't pay their interest on our money. Got that?
But this is just another blatant act of deliberate inflation, isn't it? Any moron with half an eye can see that. So next year, it will be, "A loaf, please - But 20 dollars?!!!!" And a year or two later, "But 200 dollars?!!!!!" and a year or two later, "But 2000 dollars?!!!!!!" For bread? - Move over Zimbabwe, we're in the fast lane!
Yes, and where will your savings be then, Penurious Reader? Yes, this is inflation, however the politicians and financiers will pretty-mouth it for your better digestion of their present scam.
No, there is no alternative to abolishing finance as we know it. Are you beginning to understand that now? We might as well face up to it. No, Reader, don't just break out another beer and turn up the TV - I am talking to you. I am talking about your personal survival and that of your family. So face up to it.
Remember that the very existence of finance has never been anything other than a delusion, which the public herd were persuaded to believe so that its select manipulators could skim off whatever percentage they wanted in 'interest' and 'commission', and could therefore take everything from everybody else, even moulding their religion to accommodate and aid this extraction and their consequent supersession - as we see ever more clearly today. So why NOT do away with this nonsensical trash and do without it? It has never been other than a hidden curse for the last three thousand years, with its more recent more aggressive infliction since the Rothschilds took control of its administration two centuries ago.
As the matter now stands, we are intended to be able only to ever-more-furiously bail-out the otherwise sinking banks, thus incurring ever-more-furious inflation and goodbye savings, hello slavery, or we will let the banks sink, and then have the infliction of the Rothschilds' world Unibank, whatever they might care to name it, such as The National Bank of Timbuctu or The Federal Reserve. With this and their monopoly of food production and supply already in process, they will control whether you and your family eat and whether you live or die. As they have already said that they want two-thirds of us off the planet as being unnecessary to their economy, you know what to expect, no?
So both of these solutions are clearly unacceptable.
Therefore, there really is no tolerable or desirable alternative other than that the miserable lie of finance has to go.
But how to accomplish this abolition? Easy. We draft OUR representatives, rather than the smooth, compliant villains educated and selected and sponsored and supported by the financial interests. These, OUR representatives, will be warned of the very real penalties for corruption or for straying from the electors' will. They will then either rigidly control finance, including that 90% of it in the Trusts, or they will see better sense and totally abolish it, thus breaking the tyrannical, malignant power of the financiers and their industrial practitioners.
So we have to do it. The stinking lie of finance finally has to go. You do see that now, don't you, Reader? And it won't hurt, will it, that it just happens that this will also mean a world of whatever you want, but without money, and just three or four months of work per year. So it has to go.
Because, as Paulson has already told you in his typical financier's lying version, whether we like it or not they are otherwise going to have their way and destroy us and our world by means of "Whatever we care to take."
We have been told.
So act. Fast.
Doing what? Whatever it takes to rid ourselves of these vermin.