You have absolutely no reason, none, to trust our word or our actions at this point.


“TO THE businessmen of the world, meeting in San Francisco, the world’s prime economic problem is inflation… None of the conference representatives had any trouble naming the chief causes: 1) the desire of everyone to consume goods faster than production−and the productivity of labor −can be increased, and 2) the urge of underdeveloped nations to industrialize too fast for their capital resources.”//TIME1957


“Merriam-Webster defines “inflation” as a “continuing rise in the general price level usually attributed to an increase in the volume of money and credit relative to available goods and services.”….We do have increases in prices and loss of purchasing power. Call it what you may, but it is “inflation” to me.//seeingalpha10/2008


“Grain Traders have already accepted that we are now in a period of “economic rationing”. Meaning, that the poor will have to find food sources other than staple grains (corn, wheat, rice, etc.), or starve to death….the problem is not changing global weather patterns (global warming), which stands accused of this year’s significantly reduced crop production, nor increased ethanol production; but mainly, it is the U.S. petrodollar Debt which has triggered the U.S. Federal Reserve into dropping U.S. interest rates by half a point.. triggered by Saddam Hussein’s economic warfare when he switched Iraq from dollar denominated oil prices, to the Euro.”//associated content2007


“This isn’t just the largest bailout in American history, it’s the largest in human history. It’s a huge transfer of wealth from the working class to the investment class. Simple as that…It’s time to stop trying to avoid the consequences of our actions by pushing out the costs onto our children and grandchildren. It’s time to do the moral thing and accept the consequences for living beyond our means for years and years.”///bitsofnews2008


“Never, ever feed the zombies!“/interfluidity2009


“While both governments experiment with quantitative easing, bad banks to absorb non-performing loans, and state guarantees to restart bank lending, the only real way out is some combination of widespread corporate default, debt write-downs and inflation to reduce the burden of debt to more manageable levels.”//dollarcollapse


“And none of it will help the American economy. We need to keep that money here in America. You can keep the money in America by spending it at yard sales, going to a baseball game, or spend it on prostitutes, beer (domestic only), or tattoos, since those are the only businesses still in the US.”//big picture


“The financial crisis was deliberate, planned, staged. Who made the run? …

On Thursday Sept 15, 2008 at roughly 11 AM The Federal Reserve noticed a tremendous draw down of money market accounts in the USA to the tune of $550 Billion dollars in a matter of an hour or two. Money was being removed electronically. …”atlasshrugs

“On September 15, Lehman Brothers declared bankruptcy. A major money market fund — the Reserve Primary Fund — held almost $785 million in IOUs from Lehman Brothers, causing a number of investors, both institutional and individual, to withdraw funds from the fund. The large volume of withdrawals cause the Fund to “break the buck,” meaning that each share was worth a few cents less than a dollar. Money market funds aren’t supposed to do this, and that prompted large transfers of funds from other money market funds to other investments and accounts.”///sadlyno

“…we tracked down good news stories that substantiate his account; check out what U.S. News & World Report, New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, and Bloomberg, among other news sources, for thorough coverage of the Money Market Fund that “broke the buck.” Based on the facts of the case, it appears that Kanjorski, as Gilbert suggests, is engaging in self-serving revisionist simplification of how we got into this economic mess.”///baltimorechronicle


“Now I imagine if I was as highly organized a criminal organization as the United States government/banking cartel that I would employ a vast empire of minions, all of whom would be tasked with generating scads of complicated and contradictory data, so that the sharper tacks in the crowd wouldn’t be able to call “Bulls**t” on my little ponzi enterprise. And obviously, since this criminal organization also happens to be the government, this ruse would have the veil of respectability afforded by official sanction. I would call these data avalanches “statistics”. I would feed them to a perception management apparatus, and call that “media”. The statistics could then be rendered meaningful in “headlines””//midasletter

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gdp per square km

population growth

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“It makes no sense to borrow in a deflationary environment where asset prices are falling and there are few jobs to be found.”//globaleconomicsanalysis


“When interest rates are lowered, money is more freely available through loans. This increases the amount of money in circulation. The law of supply and demand tells us that if there is a greater supply of something, it will be worth less. That is the net effect of a lowering of the interest rate…. The inflation brought about by Federal Reserve rate cuts and enormous government spending increased the supply of dollars in circulation and lowered the value of each dollar.”///associatedcontent06/2008


“Not everything is bad about difficult times. These are times of personal growth, times of bonding in the face of adversity, time of self-restriction for the benefit of others. One feels naturally ashamed of splurging money and wasting scarce resources when it is clear that family, friends and neighbours will receive less for it. It is also a time where faith in the future becomes critical…As it becomes apparent how interconnected the world is, we need to realise that humanity is one single, integrated nation, with multiple provinces. Each province has its own strengths, weaknesses, needs and aspirations. But all are part of one. Our solidarity and self restraint have to now be conducted for the benefit of all including those who do not speak the same language that we speak, do not share the same beliefs, have a different colour of skin or concepts of etiquette, who inhabit countries we have never visited..According to Kabbalah, the only way to make a lasting change where the members of the society will all feel fulfilled and satisfied is to change our very nature. Kabbalah provides a methodology for us to experience the reality that we are one universal human soul. When people understand this simple truth, then it becomes obvious that taking care of others is really the same as taking care of yourself. There will be no need to force people into giving and sharing. This will be their inherent nature, and the society will flourish. The crises facing the world today will disappear as over-consumption and exploitation become ancient history. The world will be in harmony..”/ /AssociatedContent


Because of their own internal problems and priorities, the industrialized countries devote insufficient resources to deal effectively with the poorer areas of the world, which, at least from an economic point of view, are becoming further marginalized…Growth rates slowed in all the major industrial countries and most developing countries, because of uncertainties in the financial markets and lowered consumer confidence. Externally, the nation-state, as a bedrock economic-political institution, is steadily losing control over international flows of people, goods, funds, and technology..Externally, the central government is losing decisionmaking powers to international bodies, notably the EU. In Western Europe, governments face the difficult political problem of channeling resources away from welfare programs in order to increase investment and strengthen incentives to seek employment.”///ciaworldfact.





Bruttosozialprodukt in US-$ (pro Kopf)

wiki:Economy of the World
During 2003 unless otherwise stated
Population (November 24, 2008): 6,739,067,924 ([1])
GDP (PPP): US$65 trillion (2008 est.) ([2])
GDP (Currency): $54.62 trillion (2008 est.)
GDP/capita (PPP): $9,774
GDP/capita (Currency): $7,178
Annual growth of
per capita GDP (PPP):
5.1% (tty*), 2.1% (1950-2003)
People Paid Below $2 per day: 3.25 billion (~50%)
Millionaires (US$): ~9 million i.e. ~0.15% (2006)
Billionaires (US$): 1125 (2008)
Unemployment: 30% combined unemployment and underemployment in many non-industrialized countries. Developed countries typically 4-12% unemployment.

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