You know when every day we see the stock market go up, the dew on the roses, and the wonder of living in this great nation when everything—as identified by the lies and mistruths of the government and press—is getting so marvelous, it makes the roaring 20’s seem like a depression.
What a wonderful rollercoaster. Daily the Standard and Poor’s, the NASDAQ, and even the Dow Jones report are sharing the wonder of this exponentially rising ‘value’ of the stock market. If we get any…more…wealthier; perhaps we can even pay off the insurmountable debt of this nation and not leave it for our posterity.
Just think this will be so remarkable that we’ll have to put the bust of our o‘bomb’a on Mt. Rushmore with the other losers, Lincoln, Roosevelt, and sadly Jefferson—why poor George was stuck with that group of misfits is beyond my understanding!
Isn’t it interesting how history repeats itself? Thinking of this wonder, I was going back through history attempting to find a time, or situation, that we could compare this absolutely remarkable economic miracle to. And it was there. You see in the 1600’s in Holland they had an economic event that is called ‘Tulip’ mania. It is identical, the same scenario, as what this nation is occurring—except for a different reason.
In Holland, in the 1600’s and at its peak around 1635, the speculation on Tulip bulbs became not only the national pastime; it became the national effort of activity. If we could find their GDP, their gross domestic product at the time, I’m sure it would have unbelievable, after all the price of tulips was at an all-time high, while going higher every day.
For those who think that our present economic condition is getting better, and that this rising prices of the stock market are an indication of that wonder; then you probably don’t also have the slightest idea or even a clue what the Tulip mania was, or the why—so I’ll make a brief, as brief as possible synopsis.
In Holland the long lasting bulbs of tulips became a commodity that one could invest in. So the craze for tulips and the demand made investing in tulip bulbs seem like a good investment. Now what happened next? Agronomist began making more and different types of tulips; changing the colors, the brilliance, just anything to differentiate their new tulip from the past tulips. As each new tulip appeared, people speculated on the market, those who liked tulips would buy tomorrow. Just like any commodity today.
There is also an associated gambling—or speculation—involved with commodities. As such, you can buy contracts of commodities for tomorrow, and you can sell contracts of commodities for tomorrow. Now when you buy, the commodity doesn’t have to be delivered unit that date. When you sell, the commodity doesn’t have to be delivered unit that date. This sounds perfectly reasonable doesn’t it? Just like a contract should be, one sells one buys, and there is a guarantee of receiving a guaranteed price when the product is produced. This is a great idea and a logical system.
As in all systems, there is always a fly in the ointment. In our society—especially our economic and business activity—there are two flies in ever ointment…the financial institutes…and the government.
Now in Holland it was identical to this nation’s stock market today. For each and every day the ‘price’ of the tulips contracts was greater than it was today. Daily if you invested you would be richer tomorrow. It didn’t matter what you paid, even if you had to bid up the price—because that magical mathematical formula of (0=1) had been achieved; something could come from nothing. There was no need to work, all you had to do was buy tulips today, for tomorrow you’d be wealthier than you ever imagined.
What could be more wonderful? Wait a minute, what if I borrow money today, and invest it, then as the price goes up, I’ll be richer—and the wealth I make will pay off the loan plus make me wealthier. Wow, this is like the formula perhaps of (0=2) because I can use other people’s money—or the state ran banks fiat money—to make me even richer and richer.
Now those people who were working this Ponzi scheme of financial manipulation thought about it, and came up with an ever greater way for you to make more money. You don’t have to pay for ‘all of the’ contract—why we all know tomorrow these tulips are going to be worth more—so we’ll just have you put down a percentage of what the contract cost is, a margin, using the contract as collateral—oh by the way, you are responsible for the difference in value if it goes down…in real small print. Wow, this is like having the equation of (0=12) what could be more wonderful. This is like the magical carpet ride, the Alice in Wonderland of financial success for everyone and no one has to do any work. What could be more wonderful?
Yet as all things wonderful, this illusion came to a crashing halt. One day, some old Dutchman, probably one who didn’t do marijuana, the national pastime of Holland, made a remarkable observation. He told them, you know what—I don’t care what color it is, or what hue it has, at the end of the day it’s still but a tulip. This shows why in this nation our government with the coercive power of the press do their damndest to make sure that ‘reality’ is never brought into information to the general public, especially those who vote clueless what they are voting for. This little event in Holland is empirical proof that if only one bit of truth is injected into a world of insanity; it can bring down that world of insanity.
Now in our world today we still have ‘tulip’ buyers and sellers, only the product they speculate on isn’t tulips. The products they speculate on to do the same thing that occurred with the tulips; we call the stock market, and the international monetary fund.
Yet our tulip merchants use the power of commodities on not that tomorrow the value of tulips will be higher; they work on the assumption and do everything in their power, to make sure that the tulips they must provide tomorrow can be bought tomorrow for less than they sold it for…for delivery in the future…today. So today you sell what you don’t have—a futures contract to deliver tomorrow. How can you do that? It’s simple really, you have a contract that say you must supply it at that date, and you have none. But on that date, that product will exist, so you buy the product, paying the cost at that time, satisfying you contract. If the price is less, you made money, once again proving that the equation of (0=1) can exists. If the price at that later date is more; then you lose. For it is you pay ([the current price which is > greater than])=([the price you sold the contract for originally).
In today’s world the greatest ‘tulip’ trader is a man we call George Soros. Now George Soros only sells contracts when he can manipulate the value of the contract in the future is worth less than the one he sells today. And he doesn’t deal in tulips; he deals in the international monetary fund, which is very dangerous.
So he sells dollars today, to be supplied at some future date, on a contract. Just like the speculation in the stock market, or the tulip mania.
Now how can he do that and be guaranteed that this will happen? Well he can’t guarantee it, but pretty damn close. What he needs is an incompetent and fiscally and monetary illiterate government in the US. Mission accomplished, he spent ‘millions of dollars’ electing the most incompetent politician ever known in the literacy and empirical history of mankind. The result, he’s pocketed ‘billions of ($)’ of using his understanding of this elected ones not only incompetency, but his ideology, to his advantage.
Now why is the stock market going up? Have you figure it out?
It’s simple and I hope this is branded into your consciousness for time immemorial. It is the measurement we use that is manipulated, not the value of the commodity.
Now that is a strange identification if you are unfamiliar with monetary policy; so perhaps this little example will make it obvious.
If you today have a beer, and you can sell it for a price—say a ($)—with a profit of 10%, or a dime. Tomorrow the price of you buying the beer to sell goes up, the price of the taxes you pay go up, all of the cost to get that beer to you go up. Now you still need to make the 10% profit, but with the expenses to buy the beer, you have to charge ($2).
Now are you making more money? Of course you are, right! Just think before you were only making a dime, now you’re making 20¢—so you’ve doubled you sales and profit, right?
And if you have an investor; wow you’ve doubled you profits, so you must be of greater value today than you were yesterday. Isn’t this not obvious; after all isn’t the goal of business to make profit, while your profit doubled you must be doing better.
As the old non dope smoking Dutchman would say, I don’t care what you charge for the beer; it’s still only a beer!
Just as George Soros counted—and manipulated—that the value of the dollar would be less…so is the illusion the stock market is improving is also an illusion.
It is not, just because we are using the number of dollars to define something, and the value of those same dollars are depreciation exponentially, doesn’t correlate we are doing better—in fact the inflated price of our ‘tulips’ the stocks of our market—are an illusion as great as the most illogical hallucinations of a marijuana dope smoking looser.
Monetary manipulation by government is the most dangerous tool used by those who wish to destroy this nation. Confirmed by the manager of the greatest destruction of any nation, Russia by the architect Vladimir Lenin who told us; ‘the best way to destroy the capitalist system was to debauch the currency.’ No more explained than the architect of this nation’s monetary demise, John Maynard Keynes who made this observation; ‘Lenin was certainly right; for debauching the currency engages all of the hidden forces of economic law on the side of destruction, and does it in a manner which not one man in a million can diagnose!’
This is our future if we do not become not one in a million, but that less than one in a million do not understand the destructive power of government manipulation of the monetary policy. This fact was identified not today, not yesterday, but long, long ago when the application of currency—lending, and the absolute demented destruction of the Sveriges Riksbank of Sweden, and the Bank of England with the design of William Paterson to finance the government.
This absolutely abominable, abhorrent, execrable idea of nationalized central banking and monetary manipulation—as the federal reserve is today—to satisfy the insatiable appetite of totalitarian sovereignty of government; is the very genesis of this nation’s creation. It is a sad epitaph that this nation’s destruction is the result of those who are citizens of this nation not realizing that very ‘reality!’