Central bankers are racing to shield their economies from fiscal tightening and lopsided currency swings that threaten a new global recession. In the 72 hours after a Group of Seven conference call on Aug. 7, the Federal Reserve pledged to keep interest rates near zero through at least mid-2013, the European Central Bank intervened in bond markets and the Bank of England indicated it's ready to add more stimulus if needed. Japan signaled renewed concern about the yen and Switzerland yesterday stepped up its fight to curb an "overvalued" franc. … While the actions aren't as directly coordinated, the push is one of the broadest since the Fed, ECB and four other central banks cut interest rates together in October 2008 to limit fallout from Lehman Brothers Holdings Inc.'s collapse. – Bloomberg
Dominant Social Theme: The experts at the world's central banks are on the job.
Free-Market Analysis: This Bloomberg article is just another in a long line of disappointing mainstream financial reports that does nothing to address the real issues causing the crisis and, in fact, does everything to try to misinform the public into believing that the "experts" have all under control.
Well, we do not think more jaw-jaw is what people want to hear right now, or that the money magicians are capable of doing anything to stop the rapid erosion of public confidence. And based on the recent upward move in Honest Money, it is quite obvious the markets don't want to hear it either.
Regardless of what Bloomberg wants people to believe, the world's central banks are NOT independent banks led by teams of "experts" dedicated to establishing prudent national monetary policy. No, they are nothing of the sort and never were intended to be. They are simply a cartel-like crime syndicate that operates under the direction of the Swiss-based "super central bank," the Bank for International Settlements. And the BIS is just one more tool in the arsenal of elite monetary control of the world.
The BIS sits like a great spider at the heart of the corrupt and ruinous central banking mechanism that the Anglo-American elite has successfully foisted upon the world. It coordinates the policies of these ruinous entities – not to any great effect – but to ensure that the Anglosphere maintains control of what it has built.
The Western elite's banking scheme is a central part of how the Anglosphere has managed to dominate the world behind the scenes. Through central banking and the BIS, the Anglo elites have a stranglehold over economies worldwide. Even though most of the world was aligned against a presumed to be corrupt BIS after World War II, it somehow managed to escape dissolution. This is because it is a prime asset of the City of London, that mysterious one-square mile patch of real estate at the heart of London where the Bank of England itself is located.
However, today all of the elite's poisonous machinations face an unprecedented decline in public confidence. And nowhere is the threat of total collapse more intense than on that most important elite edifice of all – the central banking system itself.
It is only the confidence of the public that enables the continuous printing of unrestrained fiat currencies – which combine to provide the base of an international Ponzi scheme. But something's happening around the world that the money masters didn't plan on. People are waking up.
But you wouldn't know it by reading articles like this one, excerpted above. No, Bloomberg, a mainstream media outlet to be sure, would rather you believe that there are sweaty-browed experts working around the clock to fix the situation. So what magic tools do they have? What are the experts doing about this financial mess? Here's more from the article:
Finance ministers and central bankers from the G-7 nations, which include the U.S., U.K. and Germany, said in a statement Aug. 7 that they will "take all necessary measures to support financial stability and growth in a spirit of close cooperation and confidence." …
The next day, the Frankfurt-based ECB, which last week restarted its bond-purchase program after an 18-week hiatus, extended its focus to include debt of Italy and Spain, the region's third- and fourth-largest economies.
The Fed's decision Aug. 9 to hold its key interest rate at a record low through mid-2013 and signal it's ready to use additional tools comes as U.S. politicians are tightening the nation's fiscal belt and the economic stimulus enacted by President Barack Obama in 2009 comes to an end.
Bank of England Governor Mervyn King told reporters in London yesterday that headwinds buffeting the nation's economy are intensifying "by the day" and officials can expand stimulus if the outlook for growth deteriorates further.
Bank of Japan Governor Masaaki Shirakawa said Aug. 9 that volatile exchange rates could have a "negative impact" on the economy, after the central bank last week added 10 trillion yen ($130 billion) of stimulus and the country unilaterally intervened in the currency market to weaken the yen.
Switzerland's central bank said yesterday it will increase the supply of francs to fight the currency's "massive overvaluation."
That's it? The central banksters have decided to do MORE OF THE SAME. They're all going to work to make sure they "print-in sync" as much new money as "necessary" so that none of them face total collapse and threaten to take down the entire game? That's the plan? And they will directly intervene in the market to create the illusion of demand/strength by buying the garbage debt from countries like Spain and Italy? This is the plan? Isn't that called market manipulation?
Wow. Well, here's a better plan. Stop the insanity! You cannot fix a dysfunctional monetary system that is built on a fraudulent premise by simply increasing the degree of the crime. The impossibly wealthy families who desire one-world governance will stop at nothing – including the use of force – to complete their centuries-long mission. But arrogantly, they will refuse to cease their devious efforts and instead will try to use these crises to bind the masses into accepting a fear-based international monetary solution. Out of chaos… order.
In fact, just the other day one of China's faceless mouthpieces, the Xinhua News Agency, came out in an editorial to the world and stated, "International supervision over the issue of U.S. dollars should be introduced and a new, stable and secured global reserve currency may also be an option to avert a catastrophe caused by any single country."
And then there is this statement from Fed Chair Ben Bernanke, "Policy makers must respond forcefully, creatively and decisively … crises that are international in scope require an international response."
Can't you just see the smile on Christine Lagarde's face as she gleefully embraces her new position as Head of the International Monetary Fund? For surely there is an IMF logo engraved on the international boot readying itself to slam down on the faces of current and future generations. But hold on a minute… will the puppets/experts running the world's central banks – and Money Power standing behind them – be able to pull off this global manipulation?
We're not so sure they will. And we certainly don't wish them luck.
All across the world, the modern Internet Reformation is beginning to reshape the way people relate to power in the modern age. While it is not as obvious as during the era of the Gutenberg Press, there is formal doctrine accepted by Western societies that is beginning to shatter. That formal doctrine may be termed regulatory democracy and it has been leavened with numerous assumptions that on closer inspection turn out not to be true. Like what money is and what it is not. And it is the Internet itself that allows for information to spread that undermines the various precepts of regulatory democracy.
It is this hierarchy that promulgates regulatory democracy and its various dominant social themes – the fear-based promotions that the Western power elite uses to control the conversation and to further centralize power and authority worldwide.
And one of those fear-based promotions that the masses have been bombarded with is the "expert" theme. The public is constantly being promoted into accepting a passive position with respect to how the financial world operates. They are meant to be overwhelmed with facts and complicated economic formulas so they feel helpless, confused and generally incapable of mastering their own financial destinies. After all, how could anyone understand such a complex subject as money?
Well, all around the world people are starting to understand that the system is rigged and money really isn't complicated at all. The Internet Reformation reveals the cartel's synchronized efforts to manipulate public confidence so they can continue their fraudulent and manipulative wealth redistribution game.
The reality of the situation is this: there are no magic monetary tools that can fix the global monetary crises hidden in the basement of the Federal Reserve, the Bank of England, or any of the others. The fiat money instruments themselves – dollars, euros, yen, etc. – ARE THE PROBLEM.
And in this alternative media-led 'Net era, the old men hiding behind the central banking curtains are starting to look rather pathetic. The illusion is fading and people are waking up. In fact, the European Union is failing, various serial wars of conquest are not going well, and the fear-based memes of the elite are continually being debunked by an Internet that adds more to humankind's real knowledge base every day. It will take decades if not centuries to control the damage that has already been done (from an elite standpoint), and what has been done cannot be undone.
Will the international power elite lose their destructive ability to create money out of nothing and their control over legislative power that currently prohibits private money competition? Will the elite be forced to take a step back in the face of a massive public awakening? Or will an Orwellian-style society be forcibly foisted upon us all with the UN, IMF, World Bank, BIS, NATO, WHO, ICC and all the other edifices of world government eventually in control of every aspect of our lives? Only time will tell, but the Internet Reformation gives one great hope that the "best laid plans will be laid to rest."