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Thanks, Hank. 

No, obviously no traditional economist he.  Too sharp by half to have had his wits blunted by the fantasies of any economics training.  Such education is for the guidance of those brought in to provide our noble leaders such damage limitation solutions as feeding the naíve banks with our money to recompense them for what the sharpies have stolen, so said banks can reap more from us for the sharpies to steal next time.

But have you noticed that our leaders are all suddenly rather nervous and shifty?  Do you think that this may be because they now have been informed of the quadrillion or so of derivatives debt still to take effect, that therefore the game's up, and that, as a last opportunity to loot still more, the con-artists are merely papering over the cracks of the structures of our society already in fall?  But mightn't that indicate that our great leaders are in on the same game?  Yes, it might mean just that.

So, impartial advice would be this: - Don't nationalize just the banks.  Nationalize the Trusts.

Just in case you don't know, and not many do, these totally imaginary and abstract entities of The Trusts contain some forty to sixty quadrill ion - about ninety percent of all the equally imaginary money in the world, which has been screwed and extorted and swindled from our race during the last couple of centuries, the printed paper money having been given sham 'value' for us and therefore those who want to exploit us, by our having worked for said pretty paper.  These nebulous Trusts are devised to hold such loot exempt from any such evils as tax, while being notionally free of legal interference such as monitoring or closure, and mostly are controlled by one family.  The money they contain is what permits sharpies such as Paulson and particularly his backers to continue to reap to the further benefit of that family.  And you know who they are now, don't you?

But don't expect their nationalization to be carried out just now, as those economist-advisers have not been trained in the real facts that all finance is only a scam anyway, and because nationalization of the Trusts might then deny our politicians the real reason that they are in that game - for the loot they can scoop while in office.  Hence a certain reluctance on their part.

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However, despite his alleged love of nature and of conservancy, we might ask Mr. P., Conservancy of what?  In case he doesn't know, we are of Nature, too.

Frankly, we think he missed his true vocation and suggest he jump ship without undue delay.  We can see it now, "Eye specialist to the blind.  Motes removed while you wait."

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