I, like many other researchers, wonder whats REALLY Going On.
Piecing together the worldwide institutional governance deception is a big puzzling chore.
The geopolitical liars are skilled professionals and totally untrustworthy!
Thus, we hear what Politicians and Banksters say, but more importantly we see what they do, and their actions speak louder than their lying mouths.
Big changes are happening, but most citizens are unaware of the mega-changes happening as you read this.
When your bank accounts are temporarily locked from your access, and the so called “Panic” is Headlined by Wall Street Investment banks and their controlled mass media public opinion manipulators, perhaps only then will you see and understand the meaning of these current events.
We are here, in the worldwide dialogue, seeking the truth.
Read on and discern the Truth.
The Wall Street Journal reported the Federal Reserve held $2.45 trillion of Treasury debt at the end of September 2015, and isn’t expected to sell U.S. debt soon.
Isn’t that very odd behaviour by the Federal Reserve?
It may be the Fed could not find any buyers for their debt!
Traders said China’s massive selling their U.S. Treasuries.
In a different Wall Street Report, it was stated that:
“Central banks around the world are selling U.S. government bonds at the fastest pace on record, the most dramatic shift in the $12.8 trillion Treasury market since the financial crisis.”
The Wall Street Journal went on to low-ball the event as merely a sign of emerging market (China, Russia, Brazil, and Taiwan -ALL 4 were the Largest Purchasers of the U.S. DEBT) economic slowdown “threatening to spill over into the U.S. economy”.
Is that merely a coincidence?
(I think not…)
A critical thinker would obviously consider the possibility that those central banks are dumping U.S. Treasuries.
Which is a very likely event in a currency war and a world war.
Another way to say that, is to point to the collapse of the Bretton Woods Agreement post 1971, and a collapse of the Washington market consensus post the “Great Recession” of 2008.
The death of the King Dollar may be unfolding…
Is NIRP Coming To America?!
Related to the above is that recently The Minneapolis branch of the Federal Reserve hinted at a new policy: negative interest rates!
“Reducing the target range for the Fed Funds rate from 0.00% – 0.25%? That implies a negative Fed Funds target rate.
The effective Fed Funds rate is already 0.13%, the lowest in the Americas. Only Japan is Asia/Pacific is lower than the US. However, in EMEA, the Eurozone, Switzerland, Sweden, Denmark and the Czech Republic all have central bank policy rates lower than the US.” –https://confoundedinterest.wordpress.com/2015/10/08/minneapolis-feds-kocherlakota-suugests-extraordinarily-patience-in-reducing-monetary-accomodation/
We have read about the Negative Interest Rates Policy in Europe, is it any surprise if it comes to the United States?
Have you considered the inevitable Tax Hikes?
Government debt auctions are special markets, restricted to licensed major institutions and I do not have full access to that information, and certainly not before central bankers, market traders and analysts release their information.
I do not ignore statements from The IMF, The UN, The BIS, and Citibank who are all warning that a Economic Crisis could be Imminent.
The question I have, (and is rarely asked by mass media), are they covertly planning and funding the crisis event(s)?
Let us not be obtuse, bluntly stated, the central bankers could collapse the world markets in a day if they stopped the flow of credit and electronic banking transactions.
Furthermore, (it is so rarely stated, that I feel it is important to), Military is fundamentally a paid security force for the banking empire and insures the safety of trade and commerce.
The escalation of the current World War (ending with direct military confrontation among China-Russia-U.S.-NATO) would serve the Banking Interests very well indeed to both profiteer off of war and reach a new consensus for the international monetary system.
Ultimately, according to Bergsten [C. Fred Bergsten, the founding director of the Peterson Institute for International Economics and a leading trade advocate], when it comes to trade deals, “the overriding goal is foreign policy and national security. That’s been the case in all previous U.S. trade agreements.” The Kennedy Round of negotiations in the 1960s, he says, was primarily oriented towards strengthening the Atlantic alliance, while a major goal of NAFTA was to promote a more successful Mexican economy and avoid instability on the United States’ southern border. “If the past is prologue, [national security] is what will eventually persuade Congress,” he says. –CFR.org
It matters not if the monetary system is centered in the WEST or the EAST.
(Granted, that the Neocons want military superiority like a brutish gang of bullies and it does matter to them.)
With that consideration, we note what others write and say about the markets:
- How these 12 TPP Nations Could Forever Change Global Growth
- October 9, 2015
By Frank Holmes, CEO and Chief Investment Officer U.S. Global Investors
Historic. Landmark. Groundbreaking. Revolutionary.
These are among many of the words that have been used lately to describe the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) trade pact, which was finally signed in Atlanta this Monday by 12 participating Pacific Rim nations.
The current members include Canada, the United States, Mexico, Peru, Chile, Japan, Vietnam, Malaysia, Brunei, Singapore, Australia and New Zealand.
After nearly seven years of negotiations, the TPP promises to deliver unprecedented free and fair global trade among the 12 participant nations. –Read more here of that biased pro TPP report.
Did you notice who are absent from the historic TPP “free trade” agreement?
CHINA, TAIWAN, SOUTH KOREA, and RUSSIA (major Pacific economies) are all missing!
In fact, they may form their separate trade agreements via the RCEP, BRICS, SCO, EEU, and the AIB to boost trade and development in East Europe, Central Asia, and the Pacific, that could include India as well.
We also see signs of the rest of the emerging markets (Africa, Middle East, and South America) considering Loans and Infrastructure development via the Non-USA led consortiums.
Note these highlights:
The IMF warning: “dangerous over-leveraging” [is a “credit freeze” planned?] – “$3 trillion corporate credit crunch looms as debtors face day of reckoning, says IMF“.
The IMF’s warning echoes a chorus of others. The Bank of England’s chief economist, Andy Haldane, has argued that the world is entering the latest episode of a “three-part crisis trilogy”. Unctad, the UN’s trade and development arm, would like to see advanced economies boost public spending to offset the downturn in emerging economies. The Bank for International Settlements believes interest rates have been too low for too long, encouraging too much risk-taking in financial markets. All of them fear that the global financial system is primed for a crisis. –theguardian.com
Lord Jacob Rothschild: [Institutional] Investors face a geopolitical situation as dangerous as any since WW2.
Chairman of the popular RIT Capital Partners investment trust warns of ‘chaos, extremism and aggression’ around the world, with ‘horrendous’ problems in Europe…. Read
Policy Makers’ Hegelian Dialectic:
As one (old) consensus breaks apart, another (new) consensus seeks to replace it, but make no mistake about it – that is still the same fraudulent debt based monetary system that is the great plague on the World.
Please remember, that few things change mindsets as quickly as terror & war, and with that in mind consider a escalation of war, terrorism and false flags a high probability. The banking and monetary legislation is already written, all that is needed is the emergency event(s) to push the hidden agenda forward.
The Policy Makers are willing to command patriotic citizens to wage war that will demand a consensus that protects their precious international monetary system!
Left out of the discussion is what aware individuals think about alternatives to the current international monetary system plaguing them.
The aware individuals I speak to, all agree that local community currencies and other non-institutional controlled currencies (block-chain crypto currencies for example) should be available as a measure to bridging the emerging new normal that will follow the collapse of this current debt based system.
Wars and debt based currencies are not approved nor supported.
China Replaces SWIFT with CIPS Financial Transactions
China launches CIPS international payment system
BEIJING, 08 October 2015 /TASS/.The China International Payment System (CIPS) officially began its operations on Thursday, a statement posted on the country’s State Council website has said.
Fan Yifei, deputy governor of the central bank, the People’s Bank of China, told a ceremony in Shanghai that the establishment of CIPS “will allow increasing efficiency of cross-border settlement in yuans and encourage the yuan’s use globally.”
The new payment system is also expected to help improve the support of the real economy and the strategy of the Chinese companies’ access to global markets,” the central bank official said.
CIPS, seen as China’s alternative to the SWIFT payment system, is expected to enable foreign market participants to carry out settlements in yuans directly with Chinese partners. The Chinese government hopes CIPS will increase the international recognition of the China’s national currency.
Source : TASS
REMEMBER, The Washington Consensus Collapsed, Bretton Woods’ agreement died a long time ago, and emerging markets have an agreement to reset the monetary system, even if some “king dollar” proponents disagree.
The old structure in the world – a system dominated by the U.S. government, U.S. banks, and the U.S. dollar – is finished…
Criminal Banksters Still Falling
Glencore and Trafigura (2 of the world’s largest mining corps) face credit troubles.
The French citizen,Trafigura founder Claude Dauphin, died in Bogotá, Colombia…
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Glencore and Trafigura face credit troubles…
“Bix Weir-Implosion and Restart of Financial System Coming”
Video posted 04 Oct 2015
Is inflation or deflation coming? Financial analyst Bix Weir says, “It’s not really inflation or deflation. It is a ceasing of the system. After the system crashes, no one is going to accept a Federal Reserve Note. So, I wouldn’t call it deflation. I would call it a restart. What they call it at the Fed is a ‘creative destruction event.’ Meaning, in order to move on to the next step, you have to destroy all the bad that has built up, and there is a lot of bad. We see the derivatives, and we say oh, that’s bad. There is so much more going on behind the scenes. We’re talking hundreds of trillions, if not quadrillions, of dollars in electronic assets that need to be wiped away, wiped clean completely. Otherwise, where all these assets are concentrated, they will have control over us, and that’s what we need to get rid of. We need to get rid of their control of us. . . . They seem to be making decisions completely off the wall, but truthfully, it is all leading to the same thing. Blow the bubble as big as possible so that it implodes. Then, you will see a fight to get control of the monetary system after the implosion.”
On war, Bix says, “The bad guys right now are trying to start World War III. That is the real dark side of how this thing might end. It will be China and Russia against us, and that is not a good thing.”
No austerity for war contracts
Can’t get more blatant, the war mongering funded by an act of Congress!
Pure theater, the stage is set and the political actors follow the script.
While simultaneously Social Security is Cut, and the war-funds skyrockets through the budget ceiling…
and read: http://z3news.com/w/ndaa-2016-headed-president-obama/
“Social Security Gets No Increase. Defense Spending Exceeds Budget”
Video posted 13 Oct 2015
I think you’re right that they can’t find any buyers. India is buying treasury bills but they can’t make up for all the countries that are dumping them.
Yes, Canada and Australia can increase their purchases but can never replace the giant vacuum left by the China, Russia, Brazil, and Taiwan departures.
The Fed hides so much…
The World War escalates and note how blatant the actions of Congress are as they raise war funds and lowers Soc. sec. payments – Budget Ceiling be damned.
What Really Happened Show: Michael Rivero Wednesday October 14 2015
Video posted 14 Oct 2015
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India’s exports/imports plunge by 25%
India’s exports of goods shrank by nearly a quarter in September from a year ago, falling for a 10th straight month and threatening Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s goal of boosting economic growth through manufacturing.
India’s economy, Asia’s third largest, is mostly driven by domestic demand, but the country has still felt the effects of China’s slowdown. Exports have dropped and consumer and industrial demand for imports has weakened.
Imports fell 25.42 percent in September from a year earlier to $32.32 billion. Exports stood at $21.84 billion, according to data released by the Ministry of Commerce and Industry on Thursday.
“We see no signs of revival in exports in the near future,” said Ajay Sahai, director general of the Federation of Indian Export Organisations. “We will be lucky if exports could even touch $265 billion to $270 billion for the whole year.”
Policy makers were nonetheless relieved, because the trade deficit narrowed to $10.48 billion last month from $12.5 billion in August as gold and oil imports declined. For April-September, the trade deficit shrank to $85.36 billion from 497.17 billion a year earlier, the data showed.
The country’s trade deficit with China widened to $21.6 billion in the first five months of the current fiscal year, ending in March, from $20.3 billion a year ago.
New Delhi is worried that a recent agreement among United States, Japan and 10 other Pacific Rim nations, the Trans Pacific Partnership, will further hurt prospects for India’s exports, particularly of textile and leather products.
India’s exports to Europe fell 10.9 percent to $21.2 billion in first five months of the current fiscal year. Exports to the United States fell 3.8 percent to $17.5 billion, mainly because of a decline in the value of oil products and textile exports.