If you thought the lies about the Syrian Bombing was bad as it could possibly get, then you will likely roll over in disgust because the PENSION BOMB is TRILLION$ time worse…
It’s a TRICK and not a Treat, UN-happy Halloween!
October is shaping up for Political Crisis and Theatrics, again.
Okay all joking aside, now take a closer look at what is brewing to be the latest fiscal calendar and the continuing con-job and misdirection trick over the money savings taken from workers who “BELIEVED” it was protected by the government for retirement pensions and the ever ballooning government debts (Emergency sessions, debt ceiling threatens to halt government, again, the show will replay again October 1st, 2013).
Gee, if you are aware of the globalist’s fascist relationships with the G-SIFI‘s Corporations, Governments, and G-20 then you likely expect another crisis (false-flag and/or emergencies) with their consensus solutions during “declared emergency”.
And here are more money lies:
Exponential Tax Spin
“Brother John” sounds like he still is in a box of beliefs; and yes, the money masters and their puppet politicians can fake the tax collected numbers as they are great deceivers…
I remind myself daily, that I am aware of what I don’t know and I may not be aware of what I don’t know that I don’t know, because I can’t imagine the question; YET.
Thus we shall continue to ask questions and learn to ask better questions as our awareness increases.
Oh! Speaking of Great Deceivers and what are they planning next, take notice that electronic “Kill switches” are to be operational for all exchange markets. Couple that with the many computer “glitches” reported at major banks and on major markets recently and I wonder if a major electronic financial event(s) are planned to occur in near future.
Exchanges were halted:
- Aug 22, 2013
Trading in shares of Apple, Microsoft, Facebook, and the approximately 3,700 other companies listed on the NASDAQ exchange was suspended for much of Thursday after a technical glitch forced the market to shut down. Trading halted at 12:14 p.m. ET and stayed at a standstill until activity slowly began to pick back up at 3:00 p.m, fully resuming only at 3:30, one half-hour before market close.
- Aug 26, 2013
Eurex Futures Exchange
A technical glitch halted trading on Eurex, Europe’s largest derivatives market, for about 60 minutes, adding to this month’s tally of exchange breakdowns following a three-hour shutdown of the Nasdaq Stock Market…
Bloomberg reported: “The three-hour shutdown was the latest in a series of failures to disrupt increasingly complicated markets, prompting the Securities and Exchange Commission [SEC] to push for rules requiring executives to improve the reliability of their technology.”
- Sept 12, 2013
Nanex Research reported: at 2:54:05, approximately 2000 gold futures contracts traded in a second, sending the price down just over $10 and causing a circuit breaker to trip, which shut down trading for 20 seconds. That is the longest halt we have recorded in a widely traded futures contract. A closer look at the data reveals this was most likely from one large order to sell at the market.
The next day, Gold again dropped $10 in a second, but on 2200 contracts and there was no halt.
[Max Keiser reported on this suspicious event. This was blatant price manipulation, many are saying.]
- Sept 16, 2013 (Mon)
U.S. options trading (NASDAQ) again halted due to systems glitch…
“Options trading was halted sporadically across all U.S. markets on Monday due to an unexplained issue with the system that distributes price quotes, the latest technology failure to spotlight disruptions in U.S. securities trading.
The mishap occurred in the Options Price Reporting Authority, a computer system that disseminates orders containing price quotes and information about last trades that are executed on the exchanges and distributed to brokers and data vendors.
A spokesman for exchange operator NYSE Euronext (NYX.N) said the problem with OPRA, which is managed by a NYSE unit known as SIAC, involved quote processing, an issue that ground trading in Nasdaq stocks to a halt for three hours in August.
“It was related to some weekend systems work that resulted in quote processing issues,” said NYSE spokesman Richard Adamonis.”
…”We have a very complex market structure in the options market. With 12 exchanges, technology issues are inevitable, particularly when you have interconnected marketplaces,” said Andy Nybo, head of derivatives at consultancy TABB Group in New York.
Last IMPORTANT reminder (for today)
President Obama continues America’s Perpetual National State Of Emergency