Monday, March 23, 2020

All kinds of charlatans

"SITREP – Iran’s fight against the Coronavirus exposes Washington’s cruel nature" (Mirzaei):
"Ayatollah Khamenei said, “American officials are mendacious, deceitful, shameless and greedy. They are all kinds of charlatans who speak like charlatans. They are cruel, merciless, and terrorist.”
According to the Leader, “part of this virus is said to have been made for Iran by using genetic backgrounds which they have collected from Iranians, which of course is part of their hostility”."
"Coronavirus: Iran’s leader suggests US cooked up ‘special version’ of virus to target country" (Daragahi).  Note all the editorializing by the 'journalist'/propagandist.

"Welcome to Sweatshop Amerika!" (Whitney) (just when you need them, the people who say the Fed is just a bunch of Khazars disappear, and Rand gets the flu; I've added ((())) for ease of comprehension):
"Imagine if the congress approved a measure to form a public-private partnership between the US Treasury and the (((Federal Reserve))). Can you imagine that? 
Now imagine if a panicky and ill-informed Congress gave the (((Fed))) a blank check to bail out all of its crooked crony corporate and Wall Street friends, allowing the (((Fed))) to provide more than $4.5 trillion to underwater corporations that ripped off Mom and Pop investors by selling them bonds that were used to goose their stock prices so fatcat CEOs could make off like bandits. Imagine if all that red ink from private actors was piled onto the national debt pushing long-term interest rates into the stratosphere while crushing small businesses, households and ordinary working people. 
Now try to imagine the impact this would have on the nation’s future. Imagine if the Central Bank was given the green-light to devour the Treasury, control the country’s “purse strings”, and use nation’s taxing authority to shore up its trillions in ultra-risky leveraged bets, its opaque financially-engineered ponzi-instruments, and its massive speculative debts that have gone pear-shaped leaving a gaping black hole on its balance sheet? 
Well, you won’t have to imagine this scenario for much longer, because the reality is nearly at hand. You see, the traitorous, dumbshit nincompoops in Congress are just a hairs-breadth away from abdicating congress’s crucial power of the purse, which is not only their greatest strength, but also allows the congress to reign in abuses of executive power by controlling the flow of funding. The power of the purse is the supreme power of government which is why the founders entrusted it to the people’s elected representatives in congress. Now these imbeciles are deciding whether to hand over that authority to a privately-owned banking cartel that has greatly expanded the chasm between rich and poor, incentivized destructive speculation on an industrial scale, and repeatedly inflated behemoth asset-price bubbles that have inevitably blown up sending stocks and the real economy into freefall. The idea of merging the (((Fed))) and the Treasury first appeared in its raw form in an article by former (((Fed))) chairman (((Ben Bernanke))) and (((Janet Yellen))) in the Financial Times. Here’s a short excerpt from the piece: 
“The (((Fed))) could ask Congress for the authority to buy limited amounts of investment-grade corporate debt… The Fed’s intervention could help restart that part of the corporate debt market, which is under significant stress. Such a programme would have to be carefully calibrated to minimize the credit risk taken by the (((Fed))) while still providing needed liquidity to an essential market.” (Financial Times) 
The (((Fed))) is not allowed to buy corporate debt, because it is not within its mandate of “price stability and full employment”. It’s also not allowed to arbitrarily intervene in the markets to pick winners and losers, nor is it allowed to bailout poorly-managed crybaby corporations who were gaming the system to their own advantage when the whole deal blew up in their faces. That’s their problem, not the (((Fed)))’s and not the American taxpayer’s. 
But notice how (((Bernanke))) emphasizes how “Such a programme would have to be carefully calibrated to minimize the credit risk taken by the (((Fed)))”. Why do you think he said that? 
He said it because he anticipates an arrangement where the new Treasury-(((Fed))) combo could buy up to “$4.5 trillion of corporate debt” (according to Marketwatch and BofA). And the way this will work, is the (((Fed))) will select the bonds that will be purchased and the credit risk will be heaped onto the US Treasury. Apparently (((Bernanke))) and (((Yellen))) think this is a “fair” arrangement, but others might differ on that point. 
Keep in mind, that in the last week alone, investors pulled a record $107 billion out of corporate bonds which is a market which has been in a deep-freeze for nearly a month. The only activity is the steady surge of redemptions by frantic investors who want to get their money back before the listing ship heads for Davey Jones locker. This is the market that (((Bernanke))) wants the American people to bail out mainly because he doesn’t want to submerge the (((Fed)))’s balance sheet in red ink. He wants to find a sucker who will take the loss instead. That’s where Uncle Sam comes in, he’s the target of this subterfuge. This same theme pops up in a piece in the Wall Street Journal. Check it out: 
“At least Treasury has come around to realizing it needs a facility to provide liquidity for companies. But as we write this, (((Mr. Mnuchin))) was still insisting that Treasury have control of most of the money to be able to ladle out directly to companies it wants to help. This is a recipe for picking winners and losers, and thus for bitter political fights and months of ugly headlines charging favoritism. The far better answer is for Treasury to use money from Congress to replenish the Exchange Stabilization Fund to back the (((Fed))) in creating a facility or special-purpose vehicles under Section 13(3) to lend the money to all comers. “(“Leaderless on the Econom”, Wall Street Journal)
I can hardly believe the author is bold enough to say this right to our faces. Read it carefully: They are saying “We want your money, but not your advice. The (((Fed))) will choose who gets the cash and who doesn’t. Just put your trillions on the counter and get the hell out.”"
This is the kind of massive grasping and theft that makes people wonder whether these 'crises' are just engineered to provide the excuse to do things (((they))) could never get away with in normal times.

Tweet (Mark Ames):
"Biden's vanishing act in the worst pandemic crisis in a century reminds me of how Yeltsin disappeared in 1996 between rounds 1 & 2 of elections. We later learned Yeltsin was functionally dead from massive heart attacks. But his US sponsors covered it up & he "won" the election."
"Jailed Harvey Weinstein Tests Positive for Coronavirus: Report" (Melendez).  They'll have to start a mass release of prisoners - coronavirus, blah, blah, blah - just to get Harvey out.

Blind Items Revealed #4 (CDaN) (interesting reference to organized crime - there's a history of Jewish gangsters, who, according to (((Hollywood))), don't exist, supporting the Zionist Empire):
"This stepping down perv/mobbed up/ CEO had a party to celebrate the sale that netted him hundreds of millions of dollars. There were no wives or girlfriends at the party, just several dozen teenagers all dressed like they just came out of the catalog. The former CEO likes something a little different which was not on offer because he keeps that between himself and the people that he still kicks back to every month.
Les Wexner"
"The final days of Oscar Romero" (El Salvador Prespectives).

Some good has come out of the virus:  "NATO Cancels Massive Military Exercise 'Defender Europe 2020' Due To COVID-19" (Renny).  On the other hand, Globo-homo-Rothschild-o finally has the excuse it needs to shut down the Gilets jaunes before they ground away any remaining legitimacy that Macron might think he had:  "Comment s'expriment les Gilets jaunes lors du confinement?" (Butin).
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