Saturday, September 10, 2011

Criminal Cartel Moves Forward With Printing $500 Billion In Funny Money

Michael Suede
September 9, 2011

Thursday, a gang of violent thieves and drug lords decided to counterfeit an additional 500 billion US Dollars in order to prop up their criminal empire. The move undermines the savings and production of the American economy, while at the same time, it allows the gang to retain its strangle hold on the banking sector and drug trade. The move by the criminal organization to counterfeit the massive amount of money arises as an outgrowth of their various drug and racketeering schemes.
The gang had previously invaded and replaced the government of Afghanistan with their own drug kingpins after the Taliban had shut down opium production in the country. Prior to the Taliban shutting down opium production, Afghanistan had been the cartel’s primary location for the cultivation of opium products. The money generated from the sale of Afghan opium products is laundered through the US banking cartel, and serves to prop up the banking cartel with a large influx of reserve capital. Had the Taliban been allowed to remain in power, it is quite possible that the entire shadow US banking sector could have collapsed. Antonio Maria Costa, executive director of the UN Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC), noted, “In the second half of 2008, liquidity was the banking system’s main problem and hence liquid capital became an important factor…It appears that interbank credits have been financed by money which comes from the drug trade and other illegal activities. It is naturally hard to prove this, but there are indications that a number of banks were rescued by this means.” The gang concluded that printing the 500 billion was necessary in order to keep their war and racketeering machine, and with it their drug and banking syndicates, operational through the remainder of the year. Normally the gang acquires the money to operate its criminal empire through direct looting of businesses and consumers, but recently it determined that direct looting simply could not provide the kind of money it needs in order to keep its various criminal enterprises operational. In conjunction with using violence to impose its fiat money system on a hapless public, which ultimately allows to them to get away with their present counterfeiting operation, the gang has also waged a very violent global campaign to force the entire global economy to buy their fiat money in order to purchase oil products. (CONTINUE READING)


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