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Tax payers guarantee JP Morgan buyout of
Our elected officials, both Republican and Democrat, consistently
tell us how strong our economy is. What they do not tell you is that
our economy is fueled by the largest accumulation of debt in the
history of mankind.
But as anyone who has run a family budget knows, eventually debt
comes home to roost.
For the last few years our "financial institutions" have been on
a rampage issuing mortgages under unsound financial terms.
Specifically large number of mortgages for over valued homes to
people that had little or no chance to meet the required payments.
This was considered "good policy."
Well, with increasing numbers of families now going into default
- this has been labeled the "sub-prime" crisis.
Thus the federal reserve has taken steps to shift the burden to
all citizens to be sure that these greedy and irresponsible
financial institutions do not suffer too much. Coupled with the
continuing excessive trade deficits the influx of billions of
federal reserve notes and lower interest rates have brought the
"dollar" to an all time low.
Thus to bail out the financial institutions your money is now
Now the federal reserve has started issuing federal reserve notes
to financial institutions while accepting packages of mortgages that
are in default as collateral. You and I have to work for our meager
federal reserve notes, not make massive amounts of bad loans and sit
back waiting for the government to come bail us out.
The following article by the League of The South seems to be
close to the mark. For more information on the League of The South
visit their website at:
STATEMENT FROM THE LEAGUE OF THE SOUTH ECONOMIC COMMITTEE
THE UNFOLDING FINANCIAL CRISIS
18 MARCH 2008
Bear Stearns: The big shark
ate the little shark, and the Federal Reserve picked up the
tab, fronting $30 billion to JP Morgan (big shark) to eat the
little shark, AND guaranteeing the big shark it would not lose
any money. It�s not plain yet how this will be shucked off
onto taxpayers' backs, but it will.
Last Tuesday (11 March) the
Fed announced a new "swap" facility, TALF, whereby it would
take MBOs (Mortgage Backed Obligations) and other trash paper
from the banks (worth maybe 15 - 20 cents on the dollar) and
swap them US Treasury paper (worth 100 cents on the dollar) at
even or maybe 80 cents. This bails out the banks, period, as
it gives them a way to move their rotten subprime & other
paper off their balance sheets and -- somehow or other -- onto
the taxpayers' backs.
These Grand Larcenies are
then announced as gracious, matchless benefactions to the
public welfare by the felons concerned, while the same felons
bask in self-congratulating applause.
The entire subprime crisis
probably is a vast "pump & dump" scheme: pump up worthless
paper, dump it, then profit by the short and at the bottom go
long again, after a way is figured out to shift all the losses
to the taxpayers' backs.
Goldman Sachs & others
floated billions of dollars worth of subprime mortgage
securities, with the Bush administration aiding & abetting,
well-knowing these mortgages had been written to people who
could NEVER fulfill them. Goldman Sachs made billions and was
left with none of the worthless paper, having hawked it to
suckers all over the world -- investors, pension funds,
insurance companies. Perhaps they and their ilk even shorted
said rotten paper as the subprime crisis exploded last June.
Then they watched the crisis unfold, as the subprime paper
they have shorted goes lower and lower making them more and
more money. When it falls to, say 20 cents on the dollar, they
reverse their position and go long, using their shills in
government (remember where present Treasury Secretary Paulson
and so many other recent Treasury Secretaries came from?
That�s right, Goldman Sachs) to engineer a taxpayer bailout of
subprime paper, which rises back to 80 cents on the dollar on
strength of that bailout, and PRESTO! The crooks have made
brand new fortunes, to go with their other fortunes previously
extorted from investors and the market. Fed Chairman Ben
Bernanke and G. W. Bush are not in charge -- they take their
orders from the folks who are in charge.
The problem is that any
crisis can get out of hand and take the entire earth over the
edge to financial oblivion. Inertia, however, is strong.
Somehow wrapped up in all
this is the obvious fact that the Powers That Be have decided
to let the US Dollar drop drastically. The US Dollar Index at
70 is the first target, and then probably bleeding it as low
as 40 over the coming years, letting it down slowly so the
sheep won't stampede out of the dollar.
Meanwhile, gold now tops
$1,000 on its way to $10,000 and silver knocks on $20 on the
way to $625 -- or wherever it stops. This is why we have urged
people to buy silver and gold for the last 10 years.
The crises will come faster
and faster, and become worse and worse. The only way to
protect yourself is to get out of debt--ALL debt; make sure
you have a depression-proof way to earn a living; get some
silver and gold (that is, get OUT of yankee dollars); and
start rebuilding your local economies. Most of all, stay OUT
of the yankee system. It is designed so that they always win
and you always lose. As long as you depend on their assets --
stocks, bonds, pensions, IRAs, 401(k)s, real estate bubbles --
they own you.