Wednesday, May 22, 2013

NATURE'S FURY

No one, not even the Cabal can stop the fury of Nature's Law. Violate the law of Nature and you can unleash hell. Unfortunately for the informed, the question remains just how far the fury of Nature will be pushed in this Grand Supercycle collapse. As the balances in Nature are stretched beyond the abyss, the structure of society begins to show cracks in multiple areas. The Fed is well aware of these fractures and is attempting to hold them together with a variety of smoke and mirrors. Outright monetization and malinvestment have kept many sectors of the U.S. in a surreal bubble while other areas are in relative devastation, quietly swept under the rug, hidden from outside eyes. 

Rolling out new forms of "stability" controls for society will serve to prevent complete breakdown for awhile, but once JIT delivery systems fail and food becomes either scarce or just too expensive the masses will turn on themselves and anyone that stands between themselves and a meal. THAT is what the PTB do NOT want to face. However when Nature's Law is violated these will be likely repercussions. Some allude to the possibility that the PTB desire this type of breakdown for the public to accept a complete tyrannical police state. 

The announcement today that Bernanke and the Fed are considering ending QE possibly "sooner" than later but maybe never or at least not before we see a solid recovery but maybe we might "decrease" it a little early but not too early but sooner than you might think before we said we wouldn't stop before a solid recovery was in place. OR...as I like to say keeping it simple....JAWBONE it.......since that's all they have. Mathematically he can't stop printing.....hell......he can't even say he's going to stop printing WHILE HE IS PRINTING...Remember when he stopped QE2??? He printed the entire time after he stopped QE2 and the economy was collapsing with the market. He HAD to announce QE to infinity because QE3 alone couldn't stop the collapse....it was THAT bad!

The absurdity of pretending anything has changed other than some fast money thrown into the system to create an illusion we are growing this broken economy is laughable. Have fun living la Vida loca.......I know I am....ya gotta laugh or you'll cry....









Message from Joe
The main tactic and intelligence of the dark side of our nature used on us within us is the fact that ," We do not see it coming and become blind and unaware to it", that's what it means when we keep bashing and bitiching about powerful's manipulation especially in the market and in this particular case the Gold market not realizing that by participating in the pool of corruption and dark manipulation of Gold market including mining ( trading & investing) that we are no better than the ones who manipulate it since our goal is the same as powerful manipulators which is make money from what we everyday confirm is corrupt casino, awareness is the key and again goes back to we are what we do. The one that participates in corruption is as guilty as the one who manipulates it since their ultimate goal which is not kosher is to make money from dark pool. You do not need to be religious to understand it, concept of ethics and morality and lack of it is universal. Here is Al Pacino's line playing the role of Devil, " They never see me coming" :

39 comments:

  1. http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2013-05-23/japan-stock-market-crash-leads-global-sell

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  2. Yeah, China blew up - manufacturing down in China,

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  3. I always thought the Euro would be the first currency to die. I was wrong. Put my bets on Japan now.

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    1. currency debasement is all these governments and central banks have....there will be fits and starts with "miraculous" market saves after panicky sell-offs. Meanwhile underlying economies and countries will grow steadily worse in their real economies. One day after the pain from the cost AND LACK of essentials becomes unbearable the rug will be pulled from under the game. gl when that music stops

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  4. Just imagaine what happens when the serious robots come to manufacturing in '14 & '15.

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  5. KLI: It seems to me like Japan "overprinted"

    Do you think the same thing could happen in America?

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    1. Kyle Bass did the math on Japan two years ago and there is NO possible way for them not to collapse....like us they are making a desperate attempt to print their way out of an impossible hole......NOT GONNA HAPPEN and it is NOT gonna happen here either...but they will try....eventually we will collapse in a deflationary spiral or we will create enough money to instill a severe stagflationary mess that some will try and call inflation....and NONE of this is very far off

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  6. We don't need Tader Dan to tell us, but please read his take on the "markets": http://kingworldnews.com/kingworldnews/KWN_DailyWeb/Entries/2013/5/23_Incredibly_Important_Developments_In_Many_Key_Markets.html

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  7. Not good and ain't gonna get any better........

    http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2013-05-23/delinquent-student-loans-hit-record-30-20-24-year-olds-are-unemployed-and-not-school

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  8. Tom,
    I think colleges are going to find themselves in a mess. I don't know what is going on in your area, but here in WNY, they number of graduating high school seniors has shrunk by 5%. The population loss that has been occurring here since at least the year 2000 (census data) is finally catching up. Once the college students do graduate, they have been heading for better job opportunities in the Southern States. Thus, less new families here which results in fewer children. It will only get worse here. It may sound funny, but I have been saying for years that WNY is going to run out of kids. So, colleges want high tuitions, yet there are fewer student to apply. And, the "cat is now out of the bag" as far as these student loans/no jobs. I wonder when we might begin to see colleges having to close due to low enrollment.

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    1. Doc,

      I think you right.... Once they lose their Federal Protection! What a scam.....

      Shame about Upstate New York its a shell of what it once was. The loss of Family Farms and Manufacturing pretty much killed it. The Boss has family about 20 minutes south of Ithica, sort of no mans land and over the years when we visit the conditions get worse and worse economically speaking and really you can't find fault for young folks wanting to leave, unless you work for the State there's really not much opportunity unless you come from old money. However a lot of old land owners on the Southern Tier have done well with royalties from gas companies paying for the mineral rights for fracking,if they ever get there. If not for that things would really be depressing for folks up there.

      Down here there's still no shortage of parents willing to loan up for Johnny and Suzi and ship them off to College. One evening at my kids baseball game I had a conversation with a few parents and marveled at how proud they were not for their kids achievements but to what institution their rug rats were going to attend, it's truly amazing considering not a one of them could remotely pay cash for where there kids were going and when you inquire about what their kids major is and what their job prospects maybe, if and when they graduate, they all looked at me like I had three heads..... What was even funnier was when I told them what my strategy was.... I sent my two to a local Junior Collage first, so they could figure themselves out and I could gauge how serious they were, here too they thought I was nuts but my way is much cheaper, got my kids head's in the game and one earned academic scholarships to go further and no loans! The other didn't care to continue as school was not for him but is out doing extremely well for himself, far better than his peers....

      There are far too many stories around here of how kids go off to Private or State Schools screw around leave with a useless diploma and have $30,000 to $ 80,000 in Student Loans and are either working in the family business if they are lucky enough to have that to fall back on or are working part time, the whole system is nuts!



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  9. http://kingworldnews.com/kingworldnews/KWN_DailyWeb/Entries/2013/5/23_Rule_-_How_Investors_Can_Make_A_Fortune_In_These_Markets.html

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  10. Many great Kyle Bass videos, here's one where he explains everything you've been saying for all these years: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JUc8-GUC1hY&feature=player_embedded

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  11. http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2013-05-23/will-it-be-inflation-or-deflation-answer-may-surprise-you

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  12. http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2013-05-24/housing-unrecovery-here-architectural-billings-plunge-most-2008

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  13. “It (the Fed) famously failed to see what some of us regard as the most obvious bubble of our lifetimes, namely the terrific distortions in residential house prices, and in residential mortgages.

    So, to say the Fed is going to gracefully and without cost exit its policy of unprecedented money creation and experimentation is to give the Fed many, many benefits of the doubt. And I think it’s prudent to prepare for an ungraceful, noisy, and distorting exit.

    For that reason I continue, for example, to be bullish on gold and gold stocks, although one can hardly bear to say those words most days. They’ve been very disappointing. But I think they represent prudent (investments), if currently depressed, and for that reason perhaps more interesting than if they were elevated. Jim Grant on KWN

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  14. Finally seems like the miners are starting to move UP. Let's hope they hold today.

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  15. http://kingworldnews.com/kingworldnews/KWN_DailyWeb/Entries/2013/5/24_Suppliers_%26_Bank_Clients_Denied_Gold_As_Shortage_Intensifies.html

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  16. from Jesse's today
    Here is a comment on this from Nick:
    Since Dec 31st
    Gold holdings have fallen 17.5 %

    Yet;
    Silver holdings have risen 2.7%
    Platinum holdings have risen 0.1%
    Palladium holdings have risen 8.2%

    I believe that there's a transfer of gold holdings from the publicly visible sector to the private sector where the numbers cannot be followed. Gold holders are taking possession of physical by removing physical from public places, eg. Comex, and selling them from visible accounts, eg. ETFs.

    I do believe that there is a lot more to this than meets the eye and that we're seeing the initial transition stages that in a year or two's time we will look back & say 'Aha!' Gold is flowing not just from West to East but also from public to private places, and this I think is solely related to Cyprus and the future implications of a financial meltdown.

    I think we're on the verge of the music stopping and a rush to safety.

    All we need do is sit back and watch what happens to these public stocks when gold starts rising again. My bet would be that public stocks will continue to dwindle as more people feel unsafe about where their gold is held."

    I tend to agree. I also think that a fear of the 'rehypothecation' of gold, especially in light of the seizure of assets held even with allocated receipts in the failure of MF Global, is driving people to take more care about where they keep their wealth.

    As Nick points out, the biggest drawdowns are in gold itself. Ted Butler has recently speculated that some of the bullion banks may be taking inventory on the cheap as GLD disgorges inventory. So something is happening with gold that is not happening in the same way with the other precious metals.

    And I am sure that by now you know that I am persuaded that big changes are coming to long standing global currency arrangements.

    My first take was that on the whole this remarkable inventory drawdown in public repositories in the West resembles the receding of the ocean after an earthquake. I don't think the bankers realize the signals that they sent to the markets with the manner in which they handled Cyprus. And MF Global and the entire financial crisis for that matter. These things take time to build, and then it seems that suddenly people begin to act.

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  17. http://kingworldnews.com/kingworldnews/KWN_DailyWeb/Entries/2013/5/24_Here_Is_What_Jim_Grant_Really_Thinks.html

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  18. http://www.rickackerman.com/2013/05/200-point-dow-recovery-looked-gutless/

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  19. http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-europe-22656657

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  20. Arsonists targeted schools and set cars alight in Stockholm in a sixth night of rioting by youths as the unrest spread to some of Sweden’s smaller cities.

    While the capital was calmer than at the height of the violence, when rocks were thrown at police and firefighters, as many as 30 cars were torched and attempts were made to burn down three schools overnight, Stockholm police spokesman Kjell Lindgren said today by phone. The number of incidents in the city has been declining since riots erupted there in the early hours of May 20, he said.

    In Oerebro, a gang set fire to six cars, tried to burn a school and vandalized a police station, police spokesman Mats Nylen said by phone from the city about 200 kilometers (125 miles) west of Stockholm. Police believe some of the rioters came from elsewhere in Sweden to incite unrest, as was the case in Stockholm, he said. Seven people held for attacking a police station in Aelvsjoe the previous night are from other Stockholm suburbs or from the southern town of Linkoeping, state-run Swedish Television reported. One came from Denmark, SVT said.

    Sweden, where immigrant unemployment is about twice the national average, experienced similar unrest in 2008, when rioters clashed with police outside the southern city of Malmoe. That outburst of violence also spread to Stockholm’s Tensta and Husby suburbs. The latest unrest started in Husby, and spread to other immigrant neighborhoods around the capital.

    The shooting of a 69-year-old local man was cited as reason for the unrest by Megafonen, a group that claims to represent Husby residents. The man, who came from Portugal in the 1970s, was on his way home from a restaurant when he and his Finnish wife were threatened by a group of youths, prompting the man to get a knife, according to Aftonbladet. He was later shot by police in his apartment, the newspaper said.

    Many of the rioters may have had other motives for their
    actions, Lindgren said.
    “We’ve arrested people from all kinds of groups ranging from criminals to pals just hanging out together,” he said. “Since Wednesday the trend has, however, been that of a slow down so hopefully we will soon go back to a normal state.”
    Bloomberg side note this is the fifth night in a row.....last time was 2008...tells ya it all

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    1. Well all the "Open Border" "Multiculturalism" crap is working out real well now ain't it.... The unintended consequence of all this is that these people invited in bring in their own cultural beliefs and really never assimilate to the host nation and their labor is used at the expense of the host nations population and most are usually relegated to a permanent underclass serving those of the host nation with no real opportunity for upward mobility.... Works real well, do you think those dip chits in Congress might figure this out? Heheeee

      Pay attention because this will happen here, folks need meaningful work not handouts and God help us if and when they pull the plug on the EBT cards......

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    2. Not so Perfect now is it........

      http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/europe/sweden/10080320/Stockholm-riots-leave-Swedens-dreams-of-perfect-society-up-in-smoke.html

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  21. http://www.veteranstoday.com/2013/05/25/why-obama-will-survive-the-equivalent-of-five-watergate-scandals/

    worth the read....

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    1. Entirely Plausible.......

      http://hosted.ap.org/dynamic/stories/M/ML_SAUDI_IRAN?SITE=AP&SECTION=HOME&TEMPLATE=DEFAULT&CTIME=2013-05-25-09-19-30

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    2. http://beta.congress.gov/bill/113th-congress/senate-resolution/65

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  22. http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2013-05-25/guest-post-our-american-pravda

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    1. reading about the the buried stories, especially relating to the abandonment of our POW/MIA's in Vietnam, reminds me of a book I read years ago, "kiss the boys goodbye".

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  23. Check out World Bank insider Karen Hudes describing what you and Joe have described to us for 5 yrs. now. She is hopeful; we may know about the cartel, the powerful but what are we going to do with this info? Reading Killing Kennedy shows what ulitmate power is able to accomplish for its own benefit.

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  24. I have registered for John Mauldin's webinar on June 11th with Kyle Bass & others. If anyone else is interested, here's the link: http://inn.mauldineconomics.com/?utm_expid=60973551-7 I also enjoy Axel Merk's webinars on currencies. You can look at his website for times/registration. GL everyone.

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  25. http://news.goldseek.com/GoldSeek/1369628603.php

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  26. http://rt.com/news/sweden-riots-police-eu-multiculturalism-805/

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  27. http://www.guardian.co.uk/commentisfree/2013/may/26/iraqis-cant-turn-backs-on-deadly-legacy

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  28. http://rt.com/news/terfor-tackle-extremism-cameron-830/

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