“When plunder becomes a way of life for a group of men in a society, over the course of time they create for themselves a legal system that authorizes it and a moral code that glorifies it.”
Frederic Bastiat

In philosophy, systems theory, science, and art, emergence is the way complex systems and patterns arise out of a multiplicity of relatively simple interactions. Emergence is central to the theories of integrative levels and of complex systems.

SOMETHING, a creative something, a leaderless and self-organizing phenomena
is emerging…

Consider the fact that controlling institutions (governments, central banks and others) are frantically analyzing and introducing new policies to tax and control a shadow.
This shadow is called many things and among the names are “shadow economy“, “black market” and “system D“.
– The Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD, an international organisation helping governments tackle the economic, social and governance challenges of a globalised economy…
French: Organisation de coopération et de développement économiques, OCDE)

“The OECD concluded that half the world’s workers (almost 1.8 billion people) were employed in the shadow economy.
By 2020, the OECD predicts the shadow economy will employ two-thirds of the world’s workers. This new economy even has a name: ‘System D’.
According to an IMF economic study, black market, also called the shadow, underground, informal, or parallel economy, “includes not only illegal activities but also unreported income from the production of legal goods and services, either from monetary or barter transactions. Hence, the shadow economy comprises all economic activities that would generally be taxable were they reported to the tax authorities.”
Read more: http://articles.businessinsider.com/2012-01-19/home/30641956_1_shadow-economy-official-economy-new-economy#ixzz1xyR8SvJh

You probably havenever heard of System D. Neither had I until I researched the shadow statistics of unemployment and global finance and stumbled upon many reports that governments are trying to tax activities by people who are not commercially licensed.

System D is a slang phrase pirated from French-speaking Africa and the Caribbean. The French have a word that they often use to describe particularly effective and motivated people. They call them débrouillards. To say a man is a débrouillard is to tell people how resourceful and ingenious he is. The former French colonies have sculpted this word to their own social and economic reality. They say that inventive, self-starting, entrepreneurial merchants who are doing business on their own, without registering or being regulated by the bureaucracy and, for the most part, without paying taxes, are part of “l’economie de la débrouillardise.” Or, sweetened for street use, “Systeme D.” This essentially translates as the ingenuity economy, the economy of improvisation and self-reliance, the do-it-yourself, or DIY, economy. A number of well-known chefs have also appropriated the term to describe the skill and sheer joy necessary to improvise a gourmet meal using only the mismatched ingredients that happen to be at hand in a kitchen.”
Read full report at Foreign Policy:

Where it is reported that a $10 trillion global black market is the world’s fastest growing economy.
ROBERT NEUWIRTH wrote in October 2011 “it asserts an important truth: What happens in all the unregistered markets and roadside kiosks of the world is not simply haphazard. It is a product of intelligence, resilience, self-organization, and group solidarity, and it follows a number of well-worn though unwritten rules. It is, in that sense, a system.”

Brandon Smith from Alt-Market suggests that
“Americans Will Need “Black Markets” To Survive”
Read full report at:

There are some key facts that are presented in that report:
“As Americans, we live in two worlds; the world of mainstream fantasy, and the world of day-to-day reality right outside our front doors.  One disappears the moment we shut off our television.  The other, does not…”

The Mainstream Economy Is Slowly Killing Us
{research zombie market, zombie bank, and zombie corporations obviously propped up by government, central banks and fraud}
Market volume has tumbled over 20% since last year, and is down over 50% from 2008 when the debt implosion began:

“So then, if trade is sinking, why has the Dow jumped to nearly 13,000?  Low volume is the key.  In a low volume market, less individual investors are present to counteract the buying and selling of larger players, like international banks.  When this happens, the big boys are able to trigger market spikes, or market drops, literally at will.”

“MILLIONS of Americans have been unemployed for so long that they have been removed from the statistics entirely, and this condition is what has caused the primary fall in jobless percentages, not burgeoning business growth.”

Roughly 11 million Americans who are jobless have nonetheless been excluded from the statistical government tally because of a loss of benefits:
According to the Congressional Budget Office, over 40% of the currently unemployed have been so for over 6 months.  It also points out that America is suffering the worst case of long-term unemployment since the Great Depression:   

True unemployment, according to John Williams of Shadowstats, is hovering near 23%:

Combine these circumstances with the ever weakening dollar, price inflation in foods and other commodities, and rocketing energy costs, and you have an economy that is strangling the life out of the middle-class and the poor in this country.  It is only a matter of time before the populace begins searching for alternative means of subsistence, even if that entails “illegal” activities.

{I would go further and state that the governments will continue their trends of “OUTLAWING” and “REGULATING” more activities as they seek to subjugate, control and tax the POPULACE}

_ An interview of Bill Black [“a former bank regulator who played a central role in prosecuting the corruption responsible for the S&L crisis of the late 1980s. He is one of America’s top experts on financial fraud. And he laments that the US has descended into a type of crony capitalism that makes continued fraud a virtual certainty – while increasingly neutering the safeguards intended to prevent and punish such abuse.”] was blogged at Chris Martenson website:

Where Bill Black talks about the institutional fraud and other institutional criminal activity that is on a path of greater catastrophe.
Consider “the 2008 credit crisis, in which just the related household sector losses alone were over 70 (times) greater than those seen during the entire S&L debacle. So how many criminal referrals did the same agency, the Office of Thrift Supervision, make?

Similar dismal action was taken by such other financial regulators as the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency, the Federal reserve and the FDIC.
Where is the accountability?, you may be asking.
Or perhaps, how did we allow things to get this bad?”

To find out, click the play button below to listen to Part I of Chris’ interview with Bill Black: http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=i9JfmzUtlWM

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NOW if kids selling lemonade and selling their used toys is outlawed and regulated (regulatory agencies have become nothing more than protection agencies for the major corporations’ monopolistic practices against competition and legal permits to engage in unethical and harmful practices) by the corporate-government in conjunction with a public private partnership (PPP) to regulate and control all activities it becomes only a matter of time until the police, military and other segments that trust the institutions to wake up and realize their TRUST has been violated and betrayed.

Surely something must EMERGE as the Orwellian State attempts to remove freedom and liberty from the mass of humanity that are not members of the ruling elite.

The YOKE of Governance and Austerity

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  1. ronmamita says:

    “Brooksley Born warned that unchecked trading in the credit market could lead to disaster, but power brokers in Washington ignored her. Now we’re all paying the price.”

    “Shortly after she was named to head the Commodity Futures Trading Commission in 1996, Brooksley E. Born was invited to lunch by Federal Reserve chairman Alan Greenspan.
    The influential Greenspan was an ardent proponent of unfettered markets. Born was a powerful Washington lawyer with a track record for activist causes. Over lunch, in his private dining room at the stately headquarters of the Fed in Washington, Greenspan probed their differences.

    “Well, Brooksley, I guess you and I will never agree about fraud,” Born, in a recent interview, remembers Greenspan saying.

    “What is there not to agree on?” Born says she replied.

    “Well, you probably will always believe there should be laws against fraud, and I don’t think there is any need for a law against fraud,” she recalls. Greenspan, Born says, believed the market would take care of itself.”



  2. ronmamita says:

    Institutional fraud and “control fraud”


  3. ronmamita says:

    “In this episode, Max Keiser and co-host, Stacy Herbert, discuss Libor traders who rigged global interest rate market escaping charges while Iceland sentences bankers to four year prison terms. At the same time, Iceland’s central bank is raising interest rates to deal with a growing economy while Western bankster-riddled economies prepare for another round of money printing to deal with all the fraud. In the second half of the show Max talks to Brett Scott about financial activism, a Wikileaks for finance and collaboration with hedge funds.”


  4. ronmamita says:

    “If you were a bank employee with information about wrongdoing in your division, would you be happy to approach your senior management about it? The Whistleblower Improvement Act of 2011 would require just that, making financial whistleblowers report their concerns to company management rather than approaching government agencies directly. The act has been backed by Rep. Michael Grimm, a former FBI agent who spent a couple years undercover trying to bust dodgy stock brokerages for securities fraud. You’d think that experience would make him attuned to the problems of financial crime, but Michael Smallberg of POGO argues that “Rep. Grimm’s legislation would hobble SEC and CFTC enforcement, chill the flow of high-quality insider tips, imperil the safety and livelihood of whistleblowers, and give law-breaking companies an accountability escape hatch”.



  5. ronmamita says:

    “Everything the [Ford] Foundation did could be regarded as “making the World safe for capitalism”, reducing social tensions by helping to comfort the afflicted, provide safety valves for the angry, and improve the functioning of government (McGeorge Bundy, National Security Advisor to Presidents John F. Kennedy and Lyndon Johnson (1961-1966), President of the Ford Foundation, (1966-1979)
    “By providing the funding and the policy framework to many concerned and dedicated people working within the non-profit sector, the ruling class is able to co-opt leadership from grassroots communities, … and is able to make the funding, accounting, and evaluation components of the work so time consuming and onerous that social justice work is virtually impossible under these conditions” (Paul Kivel, You Call this Democracy, Who Benefits, Who Pays and Who Really Decides, 2004, p. 122 )
    “Under the New World Order, the ritual of inviting “civil society” leaders into the inner circles of power –while simultaneously repressing the rank and file– serves several important functions. First, it says to the World that the critics of globalization “must make concessions” to earn the right to mingle. Second, it conveys the illusion that while the global elites should –under what is euphemistically called democracy– be subject to criticism, they nonetheless rule legitimately. And third, it says “there is no alternative” to globalization: fundamental change is not possible and the most we can hope is to engage with these rulers in an ineffective “give and take”.

    While the “Globalizers” may adopt a few progressive phrases to demonstrate they have good intentions, their fundamental goals are not challenged. And what this “civil society mingling” does is to reinforce the clutch of the corporate establishment while weakening and dividing the protest movement.”


  6. ronmamita says:

    Big Pharma Continues Drug Experiments in Under Developed Nations for Profit
    By Susanne Posel June 16, 2012

    “Back in the 1970s and 1980s, Dr. Aubrey Levin headed a project that forced South African gay and lesbian army soldiers to undergo sex change operations while enduring electroshock therapy, chemical castration, and various medical experiments in military hospitals.

    In the 1970s Depo-Provera was used as a population control experiment in Zimbabwe under the guise of “family planning programs”.

    Sterilization experiments were conducted in Namibia by Dr. Eugen Fischer against mixed-race children as an attempt to justify the national ban of mixed-race marriages in South West Africa. Fischer went on to conduct similar experiments on victims in Jewish concentration camps with Hams Harmsen, founder of the German branch of the International Planned Parenthood Federation (IPPF).

    The smallpox eradication vaccine program sponsored by the World Health Organization was responsible for unleashing AIDS in Africa . About 100 million Africans living in central Africa were inoculated by the WHO.

    Prior to 1979, there were no reported cases of HIV/AIDS in Africa, according to Luc Montagnier, a French Pasteur scientist. By calculating Montagnier’s isolation of the first HIV case in Paris, France, the first cases of HIV must have begun in the fall of 1982.

    While AIDS are first announced in 1981, there were yet no reported cases proving that there was an African epidemic. Those populations in under developed nations like Africa succumb to the disease much quicker. Because of the lack of access to medical care, up to 40% of the population is estimated to be killed off.

    For more than three decades, through medical terrorism, pharmaceutical corporations have used third world people as guinea pigs for experimental drugs without regard for their health or even their very lives.

    As of today, the drug corporations have not answered for their crimes against humanity. They will not be brought to justice until we expose their actions and demand that they be held accountable for their actions.”



  7. ronmamita says:

    The United Nations (and NATO) Decides when the USA goes to war


  8. ronmamita says:

    Organized and pre-planned financial collapse and more centralization of power and authority


  9. ronmamita says:

    The Global Non-Compliance Dance,
    do you hear the music?
    Frederick Douglass
    Henry David Thoreau
    Mahatma Gandhi
    M. L. King Jr.


  10. ronmamita says:

    Bankster OCCUPATION and their RANSOM DEMANDS
    But government officials receive wealth from the financial schemes…


  11. ronmamita says:

    “A slave in order to work must be feed and accommodated, an economic slave must do these things for him/her self.”


  12. ronmamita says:

    Listen closely to Detlev Schlichter, author of Paper Money Collapse, explain potential policies to enforce capital controls:
    governments and central banks may force people to hold national currency and bonds, restrict foreign financial instruments, not allow people to leave the country…

    Definition of ‘Zombie Bank’
    A bank or financial institution with negative net worth. Although zombie banks typically have a net worth below zero, they continue to operate as a result of government backings or bailouts that allow these banks to meet debt obligations and avoid bankruptcy. Zombie banks often have a large amount of nonperforming assets on their balance sheets which make future earnings very unpredictable.

    The term was first coined in 1987 to explain the savings and loan crisis which led to a large number of financial institutions declaring bankruptcy. Quite often, when a bank is deemed a zombie bank, customers will flood the institution in a bank run, only worsening the situation. This was seen during the financial crisis of 2008-2009 in which a large number of national and regional banks became insolvent and forced the U.S. government to issue a bailout package to keep the financial sector afloat.

    Read more: http://www.investopedia.com/terms/z/zombie-bank.asp#ixzz1y0Ibkl4w


  13. ronmamita says:

    “Zombie banking has become standard operating procedure for big debtor nations. They prop up failing institutions, print money, and avoid financial corrections. But in an attempt to prolong the inevitable, bigger problems are created. The approach used now has not, and will not, work. This timely book reveals why.
    Yalman Onaran’s Zombie Banks tells the story of how debtor nations and failing institutions are damaging the long-term prospects of the global economy.”



  14. ronmamita says:

    Nomi Prins (author of the books “It Takes A Pillage”, “Black Tuesday”, and former senior exec at bear sterns and goldman sachs) “the largest banks hold (asset) deposits hostage in the global game of financial warfare”:
    “In order for the banks to make all the bets they make they must have something behind it, not a lot but something (such as your savings and the government’s guarantee) … worse than the great depression of the 1920’s!


  15. ronmamita says:

    When the people can’t get governments to protect them they must do it themselves:
    The banksters are vulnerable to bank runs and silver purchase (direct delivery as opposed to paper representation) JP Morgan and Goldman Sachs would be forced to change their policies or file bankruptcy… global movement to buy silver


  16. ronmamita says:

    When governments PROTECT organized CRIME, here on Capitol Hill, D.C. the Financial Crime Boss Jamie Dimon gets a Red Carpet Honorable Welcome:


  17. ronmamita says:

    interim steps and ajustments may be acceptable as
    CHANGE is a process and not an event.

    Self correcting measures are to be expected as we seek remedy from
    a debt-bondage and corporate-government global matrix.


  18. ronmamita says:

    Icelanders said Hell NO to the Vulture Banksters!


  19. ronmamita says:

    Here is another economist that is aware of the global financial FRAUD:
    John Hively blog:
    “Very few banks came out of the financial crisis looking good. But JPMorgan and Barclays were in that elite club. Their apparent rectitude raised the possibility — as JPMorgan CEO Jamie Dimon said over and over again — that what we’d had were a few bad banks, not a hopelessly corrupted financial system. Fast forward a couple of years, and JPMorgan and Barclays are not looking so good anymore. And the particular way in which they’re not looking so good points to the fact that we did, indeed, have a hopelessly corrupted financial system.”

    and Wonkbook:
    The financial system was systemically corrupt
    Posted by Ezra Klein on July 20, 2012
    “Very few banks came out of the financial crisis looking good. But JPMorgan and Barclays were in that elite club. Their apparent rectitude raised the possibility — as JPMorgan CEO Jamie Dimon said over and over again — that what we’d had were a few bad banks, not a hopelessly corrupted financial system. Fast forward a couple of years, and JPMorgan and Barclays are not looking so good anymore. And the particular way in which they’re not looking so good points to the fact that we did, indeed, have a hopelessly corrupted financial system.

    If you haven’t been following the Libor scandal, read Dylan Matthews’ great primer. But if you refuse to do even that, here it is in a few sentences: Libor is the rate at which banks lend to each other. It’s considered a measure of how safe the financial system is. As such, many banks use it as a benchmark to set the rate on the consumer debt you and I buy — they start with the Libor rate and then they add on whatever they think our risk is. But there’s something odd about Libor: It’s a rate the banks report themselves. And, in recent weeks, we’ve found out Barclays was lying about it.
    In recent days, however, we’ve found out that it wasn’t just Barclays lying about it. Everybody was lying about it. Citigroup was lying about it. German banks were lying about it. We know a number of banks — though we don’t know exactly who — are talking to the feds about a settlement. We know HSBC, Deutsche Bank and JPMorgan Chase are being investigated.”


    • ronmamita says:

      Explainer: Why the LIBOR scandal is a bigger deal than JPMorgan
      Posted by Dylan Matthews on July 5, 2012

      “Last week, Barclay’s admitted to rigging the London InterBank Offered Rate (LIBOR) and agreed to pay U.S. and British regulators $450 million dollars in penalties to settle the case. Then the heads began to roll: On Tuesday, its CEO, Bob Diamond, and COO Jerry del Missier resigned, and yesterday Diamond told a British parliamentary inquiry that regulators in Washington and London alike were complicit in his manipulations.

      This is a big deal. Remember that JP Morgan scandal a few months back? That was mostly JP Morgan hurting itself. The LIBOR scandal was Barclay’s making money by hurting you.

      In the simplest terms, LIBOR is the average interest rate which banks in London are charging each other for borrowing. It’s calculated by Thomson Reuters — the parent company of the Reuters news agency — for the British Banking Association (BBA), a trade association of banks and financial services companies. The actual process of determining the rates is dead simple, and in fact conducted by only two people. Donald MacKenzie, a sociology professor at the University of Edinburgh, described the process in the London Review of Books:

      The calculation of Libor is coordinated by just two people, who work in an unremarkable open-plan office in London’s Docklands. I watched the process, which seemed utterly routine, a couple of years ago. Just after 11 a.m. on every weekday that’s not a bank holiday, traders at leading banks send in their estimates of the interest rates at which their banks could borrow money. They do this electronically, but sometimes the co-ordinators make a phone call to a bank that hasn’t sent in its estimates, and if the latter seem implausible – typos, for example, are fairly common – they’re checked, also with a quick call: ‘Hi there, is the Kiwi chap [provider of the estimates for borrowing New Zealand dollars] about? … Bit of a spread on the two month. Everyone else is coming in a good bit under that.’
      A simple computer program discards the lowest quarter and highest quarter of the estimates, and calculates the average of the remainder. The result is that day’s Libor. The calculation is repeated for each of ten currencies and 15 loan durations (from overnight to 12 months), so 150 Libors are published daily: overnight sterling Libor, one-week euro Libor, one-month yen Libor, three-month US dollar Libor and so on.

      So why does everyone care about a handful of numbers that a couple guys in an office crunch every day before lunch? The simple answer is that $360 trillion in assets worldwide are indexed to LIBOR, and much of those assets are consumer debt instruments like mortgages, car loans and credit card loans.

      In the United States, the two biggest indices for adjustable rate mortgages and other consumer debt are the prime rate (that is, the rate banks charge favored or “prime” consumers) and LIBOR, with the latter particularly popular for subprime loans. A study from Mark Schweitzer and Guhan Venkatu at the Cleveland Fed looked at survey data in Ohio and found that by 2008, almost 60 percent of prime adjustable rate mortgages, and nearly 100 percent of subprime ones, were indexed to LIBOR:
      That means that when LIBOR rises, so do the prices ordinary consumers pay to, say, get a mortgage. Which means a bank that mucks with the LIBOR rate isn’t just playing around with esoteric derivatives that will only affect other traders: They’re playing with the real economy that most of us participate in every day.

      So how did the manipulations by Barclay’s affect this rate? First, from 2005 and 2007, the bank allegedly varied the rates it reported to the BBA and Thomson Reuters so as to improve its margins on internal trades. For example, it could have placed bets that the LIBOR rate would increase, and then reported artificially high rates which in turn artificially increased the LIBOR averages, so that the bets were likelier to pay off. This not only screwed the investors on the other side of the trade, but bumped up mortgage rates – however infinitesimally – for consumers even when the risk of the loans hadn’t changed at all.

      Second, in late 2008 Barclay’s – and, Diamond alleges, other banks – apparently low-balled the rates they reported for LIBOR averaging so as to make the banks’ finances look more stable than they were. The idea was to put out a false image of stability to prevent market panic and stave off calls for additional regulation or even nationalization, a solution that looked increasingly likely during the height of the financial crisis. The direct effect for consumers here was to make loans cheaper, but the indirect effect, or the intended one at least, was to lessen chances of government action against the banks. So the banks manipulating LIBOR weren’t just messing with peoples’ finances – they were trying to mess with the peoples’ laws.

      The LIBOR scandal, then, is something more insidious than the multibillion-dollar failed trade that got JPMorgan into so much hot water. Unlike the assets JPMorgan was trading on, the LIBOR rate has real consequences for average consumers, and its manipulation could hurt your typical mortgage-holder, however minimally.

      Further, at least some LIBOR manipulation was an attempt to manipulate government policy by changing the very data that regulators use to make decisions. If the LIBOR games prevented governments from pursuing policies that could have made the financial system more stable, the main victims, again, are ordinary consumers.”


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