Friday, December 14, 2012

More entertainment...

francis_sawyer's picture
So Lacker is the guy who walks into the room of monkeys celebrating the bottom left to top right direction of the arrow on the graph... He flips it over and sadly tells them they're reading it upside down... Then ~ after about 3 seconds of somber reflection, one of the other monkeys fips it back to where it was & the party continues...
Fri, 12/14/2012 - 08:03 | 3062211 HD
HD's picture
 Those Fed meetings are private for a reason.

kridkrid's picture
What you say is correct, but I think it is remarkably important for everyone to realize that this corner that the fed is boxed into is a requirement of the system that we have adopted. In a system where virtually all "money" is loaned into existence, aggregate debt must expand forever. At some point, the market for debt will be saturated. It will either collapse (it being the monetary system) or it will be propped up for a bit and then collapse. We are X <<<<-----here .="." p="p">

Fri, 12/14/2012 - 08:24 | 3062261 eaglerock
eaglerock's picture
Yup, like Al Pacino at the end of Scarface.  Come out with guns blazing knowing full well you're going down.   Collapse is the only endgame.

[Side note: Remember if things begin to collapse more than they already have that it was mainly due to the banksters and not your friends and neighbors.  Although everyone is happy when they make "record profits" in their 401Ks and only gets mad about things when MF Global can't get their "record profits" in on time, so it turns out that money isn't in customer accounts later.  I guess everyone has been incorporated into it.  So maybe there's only one thing left to do, let the psychopathic banksters who put too much stock in the "root of all evil" go kill themselves (If they must, just like Judas...) and turn to ask each other for forgiveness for the way we've betrayed each other too.  After all, even "the rock" Peter betrayed Jesus three times... but better to be a bit cocky than not? 

Turning away from the Almighty Dollar and towards God and each other would probably have to look like something along the lines of: "Our Father in heaven... forgive us our debts, as we each forgive our debtors..."  It's probably either that... or get on with the business of enslaving and killing each other.  And that is all this amounts to.]

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