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02 March 2011

Yet another "Reichstag Fire"?

A hired non-governmental consultant for the Pentagon describes as yet unnamed "suspects" that may have committed acts of economic terrorism leading to the crash of 2008.   

[I hope the consultant points blame at the Federal Reserve monetary policy, the bankster oligarchy, and their yes men in Congress...too much to hope for]

...Might the .gov use such an excuse for another fascist/totalitarian shift in this country? Why wouldn't they? 

9/11 has also been referred to as an example of a "Reichstag Fire", but I prefer to think of it as an overt act, as blowback to our interventionist foreign policy.

An excuse for more of our $$ expended in a new cyberwar on terror.  An excuse to seize more power over the internet and the financial system (for our own protection, don't you see?).

The unclassified 2009 report “Economic Warfare: Risks and Responses” by financial analyst Kevin D. Freeman, a copy of which was obtained by The Washington Times, states that “a three-phased attack was planned and is in the process against the United States economy.”

While economic analysts and a final report from the federal government's Financial Crisis Inquiry Commission blame the crash on such economic factors as high-risk mortgage lending practices and poor federal regulation and supervision, the Pentagon contractor adds a new element: “outside forces,” a factor the commission did not examine.

There is sufficient justification to question whether outside forces triggered, capitalized upon or magnified the economic difficulties of 2008,” the report says, explaining that those domestic economic factors would have caused a “normal downturn” but not the “near collapse” of the global economic system that took place.

Suspects include financial enemies in Middle Eastern states, Islamic terrorists, hostile members of the Chinese military, or government and organized crime groups in Russia, Venezuela or Iran. Chinese military officials publicly have suggested using economic warfare against the U.S.

"Triggered"? No way, total BS.  That blame lies at home in Washington, District of Confiscation, and in Wall Street.  

"Capitalized upon or magnified"?  Sure, any enemy would want to exploit a weakness.  However, the world economies are so intertwined, and the dollar is the world's reserve currency.  That charge only makes sense if the "suspect" in question made proactive moves prior to the bubble bursting in 2008 to gain from the market crash.  None of the countries listed above are likely to have done so; non-governmental entities might be able to do it under the radar, but (from what I understand) I think the report is bullsh*t.

Article here

1 comment:

  1. Considering his long-term connection to creatures such as Obama, and organizations such as Acorn, I would be very surprised if George Soros did not have a great deal to do with it. As I understand it, the housing/mortgage crunch was due in large part to loans made to people obviously unable to qualify. Acorn by demonstrations and intimidation, and other entities such as Sen. Dodd and others in the legislature via legislation and regulation, forced banks to make those loans.

    Frances Piven knew one of the quickest ways to create a climate conducive to a socialist take-over is to destroy the economy, and she and Cloward encouraged this to happen as well. I don't believe there was a single "trigger", but I DO believe this is the fruition of an actual plan, set in place by such as Soros. And we all know who has benefited from it: Goldman Sachs, JP Morgan, Citibank, AIG, etc., etc. It would be foolish to think Soros and others weren't bright enough to position themselves to take advantage of the turmoil they set into motion.

    And those who claim it was a great conspiracy of Jews are barking at the moon. I'm certain there are those who may have been Jewish at one time, like Soros, but there are many WASPs there in the financial system as well. Socialists drove it, and crony capitalism benefited from it financially.