In the kindgom of the blind, the one eyed man is King.

Ho ho!

Open this file and sing along

Si-ilent night, Ho-oly night
All is calm, all is bright
Round yon virgin Mother and child
Holy infant so tender and mild
Sleep in heavenly peace
Sleep in heavenly peace

Silent night, holy night
Shepherds quake at the sight
Glories stream from heaven afar
Heav’nly hosts sing Allelujah
Christ the Savior is born
Christ the Savior is born
Sleep in heavenly peace

 

 

 

 

 

That’s right. There’s nowt to worry about now! Brown’s has taking us by the hand, and guided us across the bridge over troubled water with his Churchillian cry that Britain is leading the way by doing…. ummmm…. well…. errrr I’m sure he’s done something.

Suddenly those nasty bets and gambles that amounted to $600 trillion US dollars no longer matter. The toxic debt governments spent your money on no longer matters, the manipulatable fiat currency hoax printed into near astronomical figures (although nobody really knows as they stopped telling us how many US dollars there are these days) matters not, the usurous system which every day generates more and more debt that will far exceed that mountain of worthless money and actual amount of valuable commoditied no longer matter either.

Yip. The whole system that inevitably leads us to economic armageddon has instantly vapourised. We can go back to sucking the blood from the worlds poor and stealing their resources without suffering any pain ourselves, for ever and ever. Amen.

Encore.

Si-ilent night, Ho-oly night…

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6 Responses to “In the kindgom of the blind, the one eyed man is King.”


  1. 1 antireptilian October 14, 2008 at 10:37 am

    LW

    Analysts confirm that you cannot buy your way out of toxic debt. The Gorgon has his excuse… im the man to lead us out of this crisis. This from the same mouth that said UK markets were stable.

    No comments on hyperinflation, which is sure to hit within the next year. On top of this.. the calls for a New World Financial Order, which sounds like the same globalist crap that dug this hole in the first place.

    The New World Order game plan is centralisation of power, and in this case, this entire staged scenario is providing the classic problem reaction solution excuse to formulate the world bank into the single entity intended for it all along.

  2. 2 lwtc247 October 14, 2008 at 1:30 pm

    Dear Antireptilian.

    Yip. Gorgon Brnwo, and those further up the pyramid than him, have blown another bubble. But like all bubbles, the bigger the are, the more magnificent is their pop!

    I Concur 100% about hyperinflation. It has to happen. We’ve been living with inflation for years, and this is sure to be one of the dramatic and very visual effects when the mother of all bubbles pops its clogs.

    Well the scammers have revealed one of their lies. They bemoaned the low interest rates post 9-11, saying that’s what encouraged the banks to lend to people who couldn’t pay it off – which they called the sub-prime crisis. this then strangely morphed into the ‘credit crunch’, which in turn caused this weird ‘meltdown’. None of it makes sense of course.

    Any sub-prime problem could easily have been avoided between bank and customer victim. Not all defaulters would have sprung up so instantly (I calculated at least a million defaulters – which clearly showed it to be the ‘fruit and nut’ it actually was) Plus the banks didn’t actually hand over much cash (even from their fraction reserves), and can simply put a slow return loan in a different assets ledger.

    Conventionally, the meltdown seems to be because of all the intertwined derivative bets. Unconventionally, it’s a massive reaping of the harvest.

    Whether the meltdown was intended or not, I think we are clear on where it is heading: a central one world government, army and bank. I believe the bank will be in Jerusalem using e-money technology, the one world army (a morph of UN/NATO) at the bankers behest, with the rubber stampers sitting in the UN to cater for the appearance of some kind of representation or citizen power over the legislature.

    I believe the OWG has a very religious hue to it. Non-religious folk probably think it’s just the establishment of a global tyrannical empire. The exact flavour isn’t that important at this stage. What is important, is that thankfully, many of us can see what is happening, and have forged bonds across any religious/atheistic/agnostic divide. This is natural as we all desire peace, justice and sustainability.

    David Icke is well known for coining (or at least publicising) problem-reaction-solution (the Hegelian dialectic) and seems spot on with most of his view of the world. His political analysis and work on bilderburgs / trilateral / CFR and other stuff is very worthy of the time spent reading it.

    One last thing Antirep…
    I’d love to hear your ideas about a sustainable economic system. Many respected loons are surprisingly against a gold currency. What’s your opinion?

    lw.

  3. 3 antireptilian October 15, 2008 at 1:59 pm

    LW

    Its a tough question to answer, but my central core would be alteration of the value system we have, a wealth limit of sorts that would distribute the wealth more evenly and increase the number of small businesses rather than have a few megacorps that grow to unmanagable size and fail through corruption. I would also propose strict limits on the multiple sectors that the megacorps can operate in. They have bought up and control too much of the market. The little man is continually choked to death before he can get his products into the marketplace.

    There has to be a monetary standard based on something of value like gold. Paper on its own is only good for wiping your ass on. I too do not understand why the “experts” are all in favour of fiat currency. Perhaps their compartmentalisation and party line leads them to this conclusion. Gold, because of it’s scarcity and fine properties, is a good medium for a currency base.

    The market place itself can create demand and level out supply and demand for commodities. To have the megacorps and the banking cartels lobbying government and also setting the Libor rate is not a good deal.

    All in all, we have to look outside our normal “programmed” mindset that finds it hard to even imagine something different than the rulebook we have become accostomed to operating in

  4. 4 lwtc247 October 15, 2008 at 6:33 pm

    Megacorps and those which steer them do seserve to be pegged back. I also believe businesses when too large cease to be largely ‘beneficial. Not so long ago, the corporate MSM was singing the praises of globalisation, and living Saints like John Pilger were showing us exactly how good Globalization really was.

    “The little man is continually choked to death before he can get his products into the marketplace.” – Indeed. A family member has made a product better than anything currently on the market, and that’s no idle boast I assure you!

    In discussion about business development of this product, my relative is pessimistic saying the bog boys in the market will either sell at a loss until he goes out of business, or if they think they can gain more from using that product, they will use their muscle to make an offer to buy the business irresistible.

    I’m gald you look warmly upon gold as the basis of currency. all the beautiful minds out there seemed surprizingly cool about it.

    I agree also that there are natural market forces out there, which again as you mentioned if inflated companies out there dont/arn’t able to manipulate, work perfectly harmoniously with society. The natural equilibrium of small business is by far the most healthy.

    it is hard to break our conditioning. It seems as humans we are designed for this in some way. It can be a fruitful practice but sadly greed sees otherwise.

    Nostalgia:
    The Crimson Permanent Assurance (part 1) 10m

    The Crimson Permanent Assurance (Part 2) 7m

    If only huh?

  5. 5 antireptilian October 16, 2008 at 11:34 am

    LW

    I agree.

    A few steps then..

    1. Remove “party politics” and have true representation from fully independent MP’s’

    2. Remove corporate lobby groups and funding, and subversive quango’s and NGO’s from all operations and government policy making and programmes.

    3. Restore a monetary standard and ensure a minimum amount of lending on assets owned by bankers.

    4. Reduce the interest rates and profits made on loans allowing borrowers to pay off their debt without the massive interest load. I checked the other day that the banks wanted us to take a remortgage over 14 years for
    £70 000. We would pay over £30 000 in interest over this period. I do not see this as honest lending, more like rape and pillage. TYhis type of behaviour locks working families into a debt prison cycle that very few ever break free of.

    5. restrict marketing and advertising practices that prey on insecurity and that manipulate through our primal drivers like sex.

    6. set maximum bonus levels for traders and execs, and implement more taxation on massive profits.

    7. remove all tax schemes in preference of a single GST type system that taxes as you pay for goods and that all pay. The people with less money buy less and pay less tax. The inverse for the wealthy. There will be no need for a bloated tax service and the millions of forms sent out to everyone each year.

    8. tax monies are to be used for local infrastructure and services only, not fed out in internationalist programmes. Internationalist programmes that primarily benefit business, must be paid for by business.

    9. Companies that move their sites to foreign territory for cheaper workers and rates must sell their products at no more than a limited profit in the home country. For example, if Nike make trainers for, say, £5 in the phillipines, they can sell them in the uk for , say, £6 and not at the ususal £50.

    10. Finally i would like to see extensive use of national television detailing out our economic system and our legal and political system to bring forward understanding of all activities, and to open up new solutions to the problems we face.

  6. 6 lwtc247 October 17, 2008 at 6:49 pm

    Dear antirep… I’ll get back to you in a bit…


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