Archive for November, 2008

RBS Nationalised, MFI and Woolworths Bankrupt: Are you starting to see the picture?

November 28th, 2008 No comments

Royal Bank of Scotland is now a 58% owned subsidiary company of the British Government. MFI and Woolworths are both in receivership. Do you start to see the picture?

I have been warning people for some time that we are well into recession and headed towards a deep depression. Hold on to your hats because the next year is going to be painful.

Why is this happening? If you didn’t watch “Zeitgeist: Addendum” yet here it is. Sit back, get comfortable and grab a drink. It’s two hours long:


Zeitgeist The Movie: If you did not watch it yet then make time to do so.

November 24th, 2008 No comments

It’s worth the time. Many interesting connections.

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Is Another Great Depression Planned?

November 24th, 2008 No comments

Why are the markets falling? An Interesting piece published in November 2003 expounds one mans’ theories:

The Red Symphony confirms that our political and cultural leaders are mostly dupes or traitors.  The subversion of the United States is part of a plan for world tyranny.

An occult cabal of bankers and other wealthy people is bent on enslaving humanity. Many are Jews but many are not. The common denominator is Freemasonry. Most religions and groups have been subverted to the Illuminati plan to rule the world and usurp all its wealth, as outlined in The Protocols. A manifestation of the Rothschild’s emerging Luciferian tyranny based in Jerusalem is the Masonic design of the new Israeli Supreme Court building.

Most Freemasons and Jews are not aware of this plan, would oppose it, and are themselves victims of it. Anti-Semitism is used to distract us from the real issue, the creation of a global police state dedicated to projecting Illuminati wealth.

The “war on terror” is about establishing this authoritarian control. What are they planning that requires it? Another Great Depression?

Emphasis mine.


Citibank Nationalised, 50,000 Employees Fired And Still The Markets Rise. Why? Ignorance And Delusion.

November 24th, 2008 No comments

Sad Markets

Sad Markets

Citibank, having already announced it is to sack 50,000 employees worldwide is being nationalised by the US government. And still the markets rise – why?

At the end of last week the DJI threatened falling below 7,500 a psychologically significant number. A combination of three factors lead to the rise in markets at the end of last week:

Firstly the news of Obama’s treasury secretary being widely leaked – of course the markets love the idea that the chairman of the NY fed will run the treasury. They could hope for no better friend.

Secondly the 7,500 barrier on the DJI. A lot of people are still thinking this is a market correction gone too far already. They are on the wrong side of the fence and have set themselves nominal figures under which they will buy stocks as they must be “cheap”. For some this is 8,000 for others 7,500. They are arbitrary choices. Buying activity by people with their heads stuck in the sand certainly contributed to the rise in the DJI at the end of the week.

Lastly the majority of active short term players and traders in the market are now betting it will go down but they do not like taking short positions and leaving them open over the weekend. The ban on short selling securities has far from stopped activity whereby one sells a future or a contract for difference or other instrument that has a knock on effect on the underlying market, with a view to profiting from market falls.

These traders short the market every time they see it peaking and then they hold the position and profit as the market falls. But they do not know what news will occur over the weekend and with volatile markets such as these and so they are closing positions on Friday afternoons pushing up end of week market vluations.

The short and medium term outlook for the DJI is still downwards. It will be under 7,500 before Christmas and probably nearer 5,000.


Meditation: Reasons To Be cheerful, Part I.

November 22nd, 2008 No comments
Gautama Buddha meditating

Gautama Buddha meditating

Meditation calms the mind leading to clear thinking. It develops concentration and focus aiding in clear thinking. It develops insight into the nature of how your bodymind works. As you understand yourself you become more balanced and you understand others more easily. Life becomes simpler. More immediate. It can lead to more but that seems like a good place to start.

Learn meditation here.