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The U.S. Government and other governments around the world manufacture terrorism in order to instill fear in its citizens which results in mass surveillance and actual acts of terrorism. Think of it this way: Your neighbor bombs your house for no reason or to get one person out of a large family. What is the first instinctive feeling that comes over you? Fear. What is the next? Anger! That leads to revenge! So, you plot to do something as damaging or worse to get even with your neighbor, don’t you? The U.S. Government has become masters of manipulation when it comes to our feelings, and they want us to fear instead of fight (“fight or flight” reaction). The federal government and all of its crazy agencies have consistently violated our Constitutional rights while stripping them away along with what is left of the Bill of Rights. They have shown a remarkable ability to bring out mass distrust as a result of their actions. For every action there is a reaction. What will your reaction be? Will you let that neighbor instill fear in you, and huddle in seclusion while they continue to bully you and make you fear them because they have the power to do so? Or will you rise up, and let them know that you rightfully distrust them, and in the process, strip them of the power hungriness that they thrive off of? Our government has made us gullible, naive, ignorant, fearful, complacent and short-sighted for a reason, and that reason is to control us while they suck up all the greed and power control like the imperialist, tyrannical nation that we allowed our government to let us become as a whole. Other nations are not so much fearful of us anymore, however they are angry at us for our actions. It is only a matter of time before they react, and I do not think the average American, Democratic or Republican, wants another nation or rogue terrorist organization attacking us on our soil. Let us be smarter than the government that created these problems for us, and work together in a bi-partisan effort to rid corporate-run government of the historical and colossal amount of corruption due to GREED and POWER, the two most evil words on the face of the earth, that we allowed our government to become overrun with! Thank you! – John Loeffler, Fountain City, Wisconsin, U.S.A.
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Hillary Clinton and her husband, former U.S. President Bill Clinton, were spotted entering Bilderberg’s Grove Hotel along with luminaries David Rockefeller and Henry Kissenger.
Here is what was discussed:
“These contradictions are not accidental, nor do they result from from ordinary hypocrisy: they are deliberate exercises in doublethink.”
Other Bilderberg topics include:
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This is no time to be complacent. Massive economic problems are erupting all over the globe, but most people seem to believe that everything is going to be just fine. In fact, a whole bunch of recent polls and surveys show that the American people are starting to feel much better about how the U.S. economy is performing. Unfortunately, the false prosperity that we are currently enjoying is not going to last much longer. Just look at what is happening in Europe. The eurozone is now in the midst of the longest recession that it has ever experienced. Just look at what is happening over in Asia. Economic growth in India is the lowest that it has been in a decade and the Japanese financial system is beginning to spin wildly out of control. One of the only places on the entire planet where serious economic problems have not already erupted is in the United States, and that is only because we have “kicked the can down the road” by recklessly printing money and by borrowing money at an unprecedented rate. Unfortunately, the “sugar high” produced by those foolish measures is starting to wear off. We are going to experience a massive amount of economic pain along with the rest of the world – it is just a matter of time.
But for the moment, there are a lot of skeptics out there.
For the moment, there are a lot of people that are declaring that the problems of the past have been fixed and that we are heading for incredibly bright economic times ahead.
Unfortunately, those people appear to be purposely ignoring the economic horror that is breaking out all over the globe.
The following are 18 signs that massive economic problems are erupting all over the planet…
#1 The eurozone is now in the midst of its longest recession ever. Economic activity in the eurozone has declined for six quarters in a row.
#3 Industrial production in Italy has fallen for 15 months in a row. It has now fallen to its lowest level in about 25 years.
#4 The number of people that are considered to be “seriously deprived” in Italy has doubled over the past two years.
“I’ve sent CVs everywhere, I come to the unemployment agency every day, for 3 or 4 hours to look for work as a truck driver and there’s never anything,” said 42-year old Djamel Sami, who has been unemployed for a year, leaving a job agency in Paris.
#7 Unemployment in the eurozone as a whole has just hit a brand new all-time record high of 12.2 percent.
#8 Youth unemployment continues to soar to unprecedented heights in Europe. The following is from an article that was recently posted on the website of the Guardian that detailed how bad things are getting in some of the worst countries…
In Greece, 62.5% of young people are out of work, in Spain it’s 56.4%, then Portugal with 42.5%, and then Italy with 40.5%.
Sweden is reeling after a third night of rioting in largely run-down immigrant areas of the capital Stockholm.
In the last 48 hours violence has spread to at least ten suburbs with mobs of youths torching hundreds of cars and clashing with police.
It is Sweden’s worst disorder in years and has shocked the country and provoked a debate on how Sweden is coping with youth unemployment and an influx of immigrants.
#10 An astounding 10 percent of all banking deposits were pulled out of banks in Cyprus during the month of April alone.
#11 Economic growth in India is the slowest that it has been in an entire decade.
#12 Suddenly Australia is experiencing some tremendous economic challenges. The following quotes are from a recent Zero Hedge article…
-“We’re seeing a much sharper contraction in the Australian economy than we’d anticipated four or five months ago”. Coffey MD, John Douglas. The engineering group has seen its shares, which traded above $4 in 2007, hit 10c last week.
-“By 10am, the Fitness First gym in the city is packed full of brokers who’ve had a gutful of sitting at their desk doing nothing – salary cuts are starting and next it will be jobs” Perth broker
-“Oh mate, the funding market is dead. You are now seeing a few deeply discounted rights issues for those that are reaching desperate levels ….. liquidity has completely disappeared” Perth broker
#13 The financial system in Japan is beginning to spin wildly out of control. The Japanese stock market has now declined about 15 percent from the peak, and many believe that the yen will continue to get weaker and that interest rates in Japan will start to rise significantly.
#14 Global cash flow is declining at a rate not seen since the last recession. This indicates that we could be headed for a global credit crunch.
#15 Real wages continue to decline in the United States. Even though we are being told that the U.S. is experiencing an “economy recovery”, real weekly earnings have declined from $297.79 in 2010 to $295.49 in 2011 to $294.83 in 2012. (The preceding calculation is based on 1982-1984 dollars)
#16 Wall Street is buzzing about the fact that “the Hindenburg Omen” appeared at the end of last week. So exactly what is “the Hindenburg Omen”? The following are the criteria that are used to determine whether it has appeared or not…
1. The daily number of NYSE new 52 Week Highs and the daily number of new 52 Week Lows must both be greater than 2.2 percent of total NYSE issues traded that day.
2. The smaller of these numbers is greater than or equal to 69 (68.772 is 2.2% of 3126). This is not a rule but more like a checksum. This condition is a function of the 2.2% of the total issues.
3. That the NYSE 10 Week moving average is rising.
4. That the McClellan Oscillator ( a market breadth indicator used to evaluate the rate of money entering or leaving the market and interpretively indicate overbought or oversold conditions of the market) is negative on that same day.
5. That new 52 Week Highs cannot be more than twice the new 52 Week Lows (however it is fine for new 52 Week Lows to be more than double new 52 Week Highs).
When the Hindenburg Omen makes an appearance, it supposedly means that the U.S. stock market is likely to experience a serious decline within the next 40 days.
#17 As I wrote about the other day, the SentimenTrader Smart/Dumb Money Index is now the lowest that it has been in more than two years. That means that lots of “smart money” has been getting out of the market and lots of “dumb money” has been pouring in.
#18 Margin debt on the New York Stock Exchange has set a new all-time high. The following is from a recent Market Oracle article…
Margin debt—that’s the amount of money borrowed to purchase stocks—on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) reached its all-time high in April. Margin debt on the NYSE registered at $384.3 billion as the key stock indices hit new record-highs. (Source: New York Stock Exchange web site, last accessed May 29, 2013.) The highest margin debt ever reached prior to this was in July of 2007, when it stood just above $381.0 billion. At that time, just like today, the key stock indices were near their peaks and “buy now before it’s too late” was the prominent theme of the day
Whenever margin debt spikes like this, a stock market crash almost always follows.
Wall Street has had a good couple of years, but it has been a “false prosperity” that has been pumped up by reckless money printing by the Federal Reserve. Just like all of the other stock market bubbles that we have seen in recent years, this one is going to burst too. And as Marc Faber recently pointed out, this bubble has been particularly beneficial to the wealthy…
The Fed has been flooding the system with money. The problem is the money doesn’t flow into the system evenly. It doesn’t increase economic activity and asset prices in concert. Instead, it creates dangerous excesses in countries and asset classes. Money-printing fueled the colossal stock-market bubble of 1999-2000, when the Nasdaq more than doubled, becoming disconnected from economic reality. It fueled the housing bubble, which burst in 2008, and the commodities bubble. Now money is flowing into the high-end asset market – things like stocks, bonds, art, wine, jewelry, and luxury real estate.
Money-printing boosts the economy of the people closest to the money flow. But it doesn’t help the worker in Detroit, or the vast majority of the middle class. It leads to a widening wealth gap. The majority loses, and the minority wins.
The fact that the U.S. stock market has set new all-time record high after new all-time record high in recent months means very little. At this point, the stock market has become completely divorced from economic reality. When this current bubble bursts, the adjustment is going to be very painful. Wall Street will likely whine and complain and ask for more bailouts, but they may find that authorities are not nearly as sympathetic this time.
Much of the rest of the world is already experiencing the next major wave of the economic collapse. Reckless money printing by the Fed and reckless borrowing and spending by the federal government may have delayed the inevitable in the United States for a little while, but those measures have also made our long-term problems even worse.
There was one piece of advice that Ben Bernanke included in his commencement speech to students at Princeton recently that I thought was particularly ironic…
“Don’t be afraid to let the drama play out.”
Will he take his own advice when the next great financial crisis strikes the United States?
That seems very unlikely.
Unfortunately, things are not going to be so easy to fix this next time.
What happened back in 2008 was just a preview.
What is coming next is going to absolutely shock the world!
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The official list of participants for the Bilderberg 2013 Conference has been released with a slew of familiar names filling the guest list.
After lasts year’s massive protest outside the Westfield Marriott Hotel in Chantilly, Virginia, the group has geared up security and is making it extremely hard for independent journalists to cover the conference.
The complete list of attendees can be seen below: (keep in mind many attendees keep their name OFF the list because their presence at the meeting would be a violation of their countries laws.)
Hertfordshire, England 6-9 June 2013
Current list of Participants
Status 3 June 2013
|FRA||Castries, Henri de||Chairman and CEO, AXA Group|
|DEU||Achleitner, Paul M.||Chairman of the Supervisory Board, Deutsche Bank AG|
|DEU||Ackermann, Josef||Chairman of the Board, Zurich Insurance Group Ltd|
|GBR||Agius, Marcus||Former Chairman, Barclays plc|
|GBR||Alexander, Helen||Chairman, UBM plc|
|USA||Altman, Roger C.||Executive Chairman, Evercore Partners|
|FIN||Apunen, Matti||Director, Finnish Business and Policy Forum EVA|
|USA||Athey, Susan||Professor of Economics, Stanford Graduate School of Business|
|TUR||Aydıntaşbaş, Aslı||Columnist, Milliyet Newspaper|
|TUR||Babacan, Ali||Deputy Prime Minister for Economic and Financial Affairs|
|GBR||Balls, Edward M.||Shadow Chancellor of the Exchequer|
|PRT||Balsemão, Francisco Pinto||Chairman and CEO, IMPRESA|
|FRA||Barré, Nicolas||Managing Editor, Les Echos|
|INT||Barroso, José M. Durão||President, European Commission|
|FRA||Baverez, Nicolas||Partner, Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher LLP|
|FRA||Bavinchove, Olivier de||Commander, Eurocorps|
|GBR||Bell, John||Regius Professor of Medicine, University of Oxford|
|ITA||Bernabè, Franco||Chairman and CEO, Telecom Italia S.p.A.|
|USA||Bezos, Jeff||Founder and CEO, Amazon.com|
|SWE||Bildt, Carl||Minister for Foreign Affairs|
|SWE||Borg, Anders||Minister for Finance|
|NLD||Boxmeer, Jean François van||Chairman of the Executive Board and CEO, Heineken N.V.|
|NOR||Brandtzæg, Svein Richard||President and CEO, Norsk Hydro ASA|
|AUT||Bronner, Oscar||Publisher, Der Standard Medienwelt|
|GBR||Carrington, Peter||Former Honorary Chairman, Bilderberg Meetings|
|ESP||Cebrián, Juan Luis||Executive Chairman, Grupo PRISA|
|CAN||Clark, W. Edmund||President and CEO, TD Bank Group|
|GBR||Clarke, Kenneth||Member of Parliament|
|DNK||Corydon, Bjarne||Minister of Finance|
|GBR||Cowper-Coles, Sherard||Business Development Director, International, BAE Systems plc|
|ITA||Cucchiani, Enrico Tommaso||CEO, Intesa Sanpaolo SpA|
|BEL||Davignon, Etienne||Minister of State; Former Chairman, Bilderberg Meetings|
|GBR||Davis, Ian||Senior Partner Emeritus, McKinsey & Company|
|NLD||Dijkgraaf, Robbert H.||Director and Leon Levy Professor, Institute for Advanced Study|
|TUR||Dinçer, Haluk||President, Retail and Insurance Group, Sabancı Holding A.S.|
|GBR||Dudley, Robert||Group Chief Executive, BP plc|
|USA||Eberstadt, Nicholas N.||Henry Wendt Chair in Political Economy, American Enterprise Institute|
|NOR||Eide, Espen Barth||Minister of Foreign Affairs|
|SWE||Ekholm, Börje||President and CEO, Investor AB|
|DEU||Enders, Thomas||CEO, EADS|
|USA||Evans, J. Michael||Vice Chairman, Goldman Sachs & Co.|
|DNK||Federspiel, Ulrik||Executive Vice President, Haldor Topsøe A/S|
|USA||Feldstein, Martin S.||Professor of Economics, Harvard University; President Emeritus, NBER|
|FRA||Fillon, François||Former Prime Minister|
|USA||Fishman, Mark C.||President, Novartis Institutes for BioMedical Research|
|GBR||Flint, Douglas J.||Group Chairman, HSBC Holdings plc|
|IRL||Gallagher, Paul||Senior Counsel|
|USA||Geithner, Timothy F.||Former Secretary of the Treasury|
|USA||Gfoeller, Michael||Political Consultant|
|USA||Graham, Donald E.||Chairman and CEO, The Washington Post Company|
|DEU||Grillo, Ulrich||CEO, Grillo-Werke AG|
|ITA||Gruber, Lilli||Journalist – Anchorwoman, La 7 TV|
|ESP||Guindos, Luis de||Minister of Economy and Competitiveness|
|GBR||Gulliver, Stuart||Group Chief Executive, HSBC Holdings plc|
|CHE||Gutzwiller, Felix||Member of the Swiss Council of States|
|NLD||Halberstadt, Victor||Professor of Economics, Leiden University; Former Honorary Secretary General of Bilderberg Meetings|
|FIN||Heinonen, Olli||Senior Fellow, Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs, Harvard Kennedy School of Government|
|GBR||Henry, Simon||CFO, Royal Dutch Shell plc|
|FRA||Hermelin, Paul||Chairman and CEO, Capgemini Group|
|ESP||Isla, Pablo||Chairman and CEO, Inditex Group|
|USA||Jacobs, Kenneth M.||Chairman and CEO, Lazard|
|USA||Johnson, James A.||Chairman, Johnson Capital Partners|
|CHE||Jordan, Thomas J.||Chairman of the Governing Board, Swiss National Bank|
|USA||Jordan, Jr., Vernon E.||Managing Director, Lazard Freres & Co. LLC|
|USA||Kaplan, Robert D.||Chief Geopolitical Analyst, Stratfor|
|USA||Karp, Alex||Founder and CEO, Palantir Technologies|
|GBR||Kerr, John||Independent Member, House of Lords|
|USA||Kissinger, Henry A.||Chairman, Kissinger Associates, Inc.|
|USA||Kleinfeld, Klaus||Chairman and CEO, Alcoa|
|NLD||Knot, Klaas H.W.||President, De Nederlandsche Bank|
|TUR||Koç, Mustafa V.||Chairman, Koç Holding A.S.|
|DEU||Koch, Roland||CEO, Bilfinger SE|
|USA||Kravis, Henry R.||Co-Chairman and Co-CEO, Kohlberg Kravis Roberts & Co.|
|USA||Kravis, Marie-Josée||Senior Fellow and Vice Chair, Hudson Institute|
|CHE||Kudelski, André||Chairman and CEO, Kudelski Group|
|GRC||Kyriacopoulos, Ulysses||Chairman, S&B Industrial Minerals S.A.|
|INT||Lagarde, Christine||Managing Director, International Monetary Fund|
|DEU||Lauk, Kurt J.||Chairman of the Economic Council to the CDU, Berlin|
|USA||Lessig, Lawrence||Roy L. Furman Professor of Law and Leadership, Harvard Law School; Director, Edmond J. Safra Center for Ethics, Harvard University|
|BEL||Leysen, Thomas||Chairman of the Board of Directors, KBC Group|
|DEU||Lindner, Christian||Party Leader, Free Democratic Party (FDP NRW)|
|SWE||Löfven, Stefan||Party Leader, Social Democratic Party (SAP)|
|DEU||Löscher, Peter||President and CEO, Siemens AG|
|GBR||Mandelson, Peter||Chairman, Global Counsel; Chairman, Lazard International|
|USA||Mathews, Jessica T.||President, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace|
|CAN||McKenna, Frank||Chair, Brookfield Asset Management|
|GBR||Micklethwait, John||Editor-in-Chief, The Economist|
|FRA||Montbrial, Thierry de||President, French Institute for International Relations|
|ITA||Monti, Mario||Former Prime Minister|
|USA||Mundie, Craig J.||Senior Advisor to the CEO, Microsoft Corporation|
|ITA||Nagel, Alberto||CEO, Mediobanca|
|NLD||Netherlands, H.R.H. Princess Beatrix of The|
|USA||Ng, Andrew Y.||Co-Founder, Coursera|
|FIN||Ollila, Jorma||Chairman, Royal Dutch Shell, plc|
|GBR||Omand, David||Visiting Professor, King’s College London|
|GBR||Osborne, George||Chancellor of the Exchequer|
|USA||Ottolenghi, Emanuele||Senior Fellow, Foundation for Defense of Democracies|
|TUR||Özel, Soli||Senior Lecturer, Kadir Has University; Columnist, Habertürk Newspaper|
|GRC||Papahelas, Alexis||Executive Editor, Kathimerini Newspaper|
|TUR||Pavey, Şafak||Member of Parliament (CHP)|
|FRA||Pécresse, Valérie||Member of Parliament (UMP)|
|USA||Perle, Richard N.||Resident Fellow, American Enterprise Institute|
|USA||Petraeus, David H.||General, U.S. Army (Retired)|
|PRT||Portas, Paulo||Minister of State and Foreign Affairs|
|CAN||Prichard, J. Robert S.||Chair, Torys LLP|
|INT||Reding, Viviane||Vice President and Commissioner for Justice, Fundamental Rights and Citizenship, European Commission|
|CAN||Reisman, Heather M.||CEO, Indigo Books & Music Inc.|
|FRA||Rey, Hélène||Professor of Economics, London Business School|
|GBR||Robertson, Simon||Partner, Robertson Robey Associates LLP; Deputy Chairman, HSBC Holdings|
|ITA||Rocca, Gianfelice||Chairman,Techint Group|
|POL||Rostowski, Jacek||Minister of Finance and Deputy Prime Minister|
|USA||Rubin, Robert E.||Co-Chairman, Council on Foreign Relations; Former Secretary of the Treasury|
|NLD||Rutte, Mark||Prime Minister|
|AUT||Schieder, Andreas||State Secretary of Finance|
|USA||Schmidt, Eric E.||Executive Chairman, Google Inc.|
|AUT||Scholten, Rudolf||Member of the Board of Executive Directors, Oesterreichische Kontrollbank AG|
|PRT||Seguro, António José||Secretary General, Socialist Party|
|FRA||Senard, Jean-Dominique||CEO, Michelin Group|
|NOR||Skogen Lund, Kristin||Director General, Confederation of Norwegian Enterprise|
|USA||Slaughter, Anne-Marie||Bert G. Kerstetter ’66 University Professor of Politics and International Affairs, Princeton University|
|IRL||Sutherland, Peter D.||Chairman, Goldman Sachs International|
|GBR||Taylor, Martin||Former Chairman, Syngenta AG|
|INT||Thiam, Tidjane||Group CEO, Prudential plc|
|USA||Thiel, Peter A.||President, Thiel Capital|
|USA||Thompson, Craig B.||President and CEO, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center|
|DNK||Topsøe, Jakob Haldor||Partner, AMBROX Capital A/S|
|FIN||Urpilainen, Jutta||Minister of Finance|
|CHE||Vasella, Daniel L.||Honorary Chairman, Novartis AG|
|GBR||Voser, Peter R.||CEO, Royal Dutch Shell plc|
|CAN||Wall, Brad||Premier of Saskatchewan|
|SWE||Wallenberg, Jacob||Chairman, Investor AB|
|USA||Warsh, Kevin||Distinguished Visiting Fellow, The Hoover Institution, Stanford University|
|CAN||Weston, Galen G.||Executive Chairman, Loblaw Companies Limited|
|GBR||Williams of Crosby, Shirley||Member, House of Lords|
|GBR||Wolf, Martin H.||Chief Economics Commentator, The Financial Times|
|USA||Wolfensohn, James D.||Chairman and CEO, Wolfensohn and Company|
|GBR||Wright, David||Vice Chairman, Barclays plc|
|INT||Zoellick, Robert B.||Distinguished Visiting Fellow, Peterson Institute for International Economics|
Contributed by Daniel Jackson of The Daily Sheeple.
I don’t know about you, but knowing that one list of elite, influential people who privately control the world like it is their puppet is a pretty scary concept! Note the number of CEOs and people in powerful positions, including heads of mega-banks, who are regular attendees of this super-secret and highly guarded group! – John Loeffler, Fountain City, Wisconsin, U.S.A.