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Is the financial crisis a global conspiracy?

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danisara
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« on: November 26, 2008, 10:47:24 pm »

I am thinking, is anyone pulling all the strings behind the global crisis? All it takes these days is to do a good job at managing the media, newspapers, analysts. If you can work with the information, you can work with the masses. Could all this be planned?
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steven
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« Reply #1 on: November 26, 2008, 11:02:28 pm »

I definitely think it is. We can take a look at the history and see that it repeats. See the following summary:

9/11: It has never been solved and published what exactly happened on that day and how and why. There are many websites out there showing pictures, details and evidence that the whole event was planned and set up.

War in Iraq: Take a look at who makes the big money there. Companies like Blackwater, Halliburton, and others. When the government went to Iraq, they talked about weapons of mass destruction which were never found. So, who makes money in Iraq, these companies.

Oil bubble: The oil and commodities bubble bursted this summer. Oil $140 / barrel a few months ago, now only some $50 / barrel. Why? Because a few rich guys play the game at the top. They make the money. They profit regardless of whether the price goes up or down.

Real-estate bubble: Did you know that FED is privately owned? Who runs the big investment banks? Who was getting golden parachutes? Who is getting money now from the government? They are so BIG, so POWERFULL that they get they money regardless of whether they loose in the stock market. If they loose in the stock market, they get it from the TAXPAYER = YOU.

Every game has a winner, every game has a looser, every game has the guy that hands out the cards.

All these events are conspiracies.
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pawel
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« Reply #2 on: November 27, 2008, 01:43:39 pm »

Yes it is. Take a look at two examples.

Brittain selling half of its country's gold when it was at a 20 year low. Why such a timing?

When we had the Gold Standard, it has shown to be not right, and some smart people decided to free the exchange rates. They [those who had the right information] made tons of money on the change in the system. Now, it looks like the global economy needs some different system and perhaps oversight or government. A global economic and currency system. Someone lays the foundations for a global government.
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bugibar
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« Reply #3 on: November 27, 2008, 02:00:06 pm »

I can only provide evidence:

When you look at the back of a dollar bill, you will see that it says Federal Reserve System

  • Do you know that system is privately owned?
  • Do you know that the Federal Reserve System is controlled by a few banks and a handful of very rich people?
  • Do you know that the chairman of the Federal Reserve System is probably the most powerful man on the planet?

The Federal Reserve System controls how much money there is in the banks and in the system, the FED:

  • Prints our money
  • Dictates interest rates
  • Encourages you to be in debt
  • Lends money to the government while YOU the tax payer are paying interest on that debt.

Note also that our money is not backed by anything tangible, such as gold or silver. It is backed only with a promise.

What does all this mean? FED controls your life through your money, your mortgage, your car loan, your credit cards, your retirment, etc.

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