The Biggest Scam In The History Of Mankind – Hidden Secrets of Money

Written By: Mike Maloney and Dan Rubock. Animation: Aden Mackness. Presented By Mike Maloney. Cameras, Edit, Sound Design: Dan Rubock

You are about to learn one of the biggest secrets in the history of the world… it’s a secret that has huge effects for everyone who lives on this planet. Most people can feel deep down that something isn’t quite right with the world economy, but few know what it is.

Gone are the days where a family can survive on just one paycheck… every day it seems that things are more and more out of control, yet only one in a million understand why. You are about to discover the system that is ultimately responsible for most of the inequality in our world today.

The powers that be DO NOT want you to know about this, as this system is what has kept them at the top of the financial food-chain for the last 100 years.

Learning this will change your life, because it will change the choices that you make. If enough people learn it, it will change the world… because it will change the system .

For this is the biggest Hidden Secret Of Money.

Never in human history have so many been plundered by so few, and it’s all accomplished through this… The Biggest Scam In The History Of Mankind.

The Magic Number Is Revealed: It Costs Central Banks $200 Billion Per Quarter To Avoid A Market Crash

By Tyler Durden, ZeroHedge

We have all seen it countless times before: visual confirmation that without the Fed’s (and all other central banks’) liquidity pump, the S&P would be about 70% lower than were it is now.

Most recently, this was shown last Friday in “Another Reminder How Addicted Markets Still Are To Liquidity” in which Deutsche bank’s Jim Reid said:

The recovery from the lows after Bullard spoke yesterday is another reminder how addicted markets still are to liquidity. Indeed in today’s pdf we reprint and update a table from our 2014 Outlook showing the various phases of the Fed’s balance sheet expansion and pausing over the last 5-6 years and its impact on equities and credit. We have found that the relationship broadly works best with markets pricing in the Fed balance sheet move just under 3 months in advance. We’ve also included our oft-used chart of the Fed balance sheet vs the S&P 500 to help demonstrate this. So end July / early August 2014 was always the time that this relationship suggested markets should enter a new more difficult phase. So we still think central bankers hold the key to markets going forward and there seems to be a hint of change in the Fed.
Another view was shown over the weekend, in “The Chart That Explains Why Fed’s Bullard Wants To Restart The QE Flow” which shows that when the Fed’s excess reserve firehose is turned on Max, stocks surge; when it isn’t – as has been the case recently – they tumble.

So now that “best Keynesian practices” are out of the window, and everyone has once again turned Austrian, and only the “flow of money” (either inside or outside) matters, the question is how much do central banks need to inject to keep the stock market from crashing, let alone continuing to levitate. Luckily, Citi’s Matt King has just done the math, and the answer is…

Here is his answer:

We think the markets’ weakness owes more to an almost belated reaction to a temporary lull in central bank stimulus than it does to any reduction in the effect of that stimulus in propping up asset prices. Figure 5 shows the rolling 3m combined liquidity injection by the Fed, the ECB, the BoE and the BoJ, plotted against the rolling 3m change in spreads. While the relationship is not perfect – liquidity flows across asset classes and across borders, and there are announcement and confidence effects in addition to the straightforward impact on net supply – it is this, not fundamentals, which we would argue has been the major driver of markets for the past few years (Figure 6 shows the same series plotted against global equities).

In case anyone missed it, and in case there is still any debate about this issue which we first explicitly stated nearly 6 years ago and were widely mocked by the all too serious intelligentsia, here is the key sentence again:

 “it’s the liquidity injections, not fundamentals, which we would argue has been the major driver of markets for the past few years.

And with that piece of New Normal trivia behind us, we continue:

For over a year now, central banks have quietly being reducing their support. As Figure 7 shows, much of this is down to the Fed, but the contraction in the ECB’s balance sheet has also been significant. Seen from this perspective, a negative reaction in markets was long overdue: very roughly, the charts suggest that zero stimulus would be consistent with 50bp widening in investment grade, or a little over a ten percent quarterly drop in equities.
Put differently, it takes around $200bn per quarter just to keep markets from selling off.
If anyone ever needed any confirmation of what we said in June 2012, that “The Stock Is Dead, Long-Live The Flow: Perpetual QE Has Arrived“, now you have it, and only qualified but quantified. Because to translate what Matt King – Citi’s most respected strategist and the only person on Wall Street to warn about the Lehman collapse and its consequences before it happened, just said – if and when the global central bank liquidity tracker ever drops to $200 billion per quarter or less, the market will crash.

“End the Fed” Rallies are Exploding Throughout Germany


By Michael Krieger at libertyblitzkrieg

This is a fascinating development and one that I had no idea was happening until today. It seems that rallies are spreading throughout Germany protesting the corrupt and dying global status quo. One of the key targets of these groups is the U.S. Federal Reserve system, which as I and many others have maintained, is the core cancer infecting the entire planet.

According to the organizer of these rallies, they have now spread to up to 100 cities and have a combined attendee base of around 20,000. What is also interesting, is that the mainstream media in Germany is calling them Nazis. In Germany, if you don’t support Central Banking, this apparently means you are a Nazi. What a joke. Just more proof mainstream media everywhere is complete and total propaganda. It is also a good sign, since it shows the desperate lengths to which the power structure will go to keep their criminal ponzi alive.

Do these folks seem like Nazis to you?

In Liberty,
Michael Krieger

Débat macro-économique avec Olivier Delamarche, Philippe Béchade, Olivier Berruyer & Adrian Raymond

Premières apparitions des Econoclastes ensemble sur scène à la conférence semestrielle du broker FXCM dont voici les vidéos:

USA, UE: Enormous Lies About The State Of The Economy


By Greg Hunter, USAwatchdog

The top story is the global economy.  It’s not fixed and there is no real recovery. Yes, I know the stock market hit all-time highs again, but that’s because the market believes the Fed; and now the European Central Bank will continue the easy money policies.  The ECB just announced it will go to negative interest rates of -.1% on deposits. That’s right.  In, Europe you have to pay a bank to hold your money!  If Europe was really in a so-called “recovery” as we have been told constantly for several years, would it need to go negative on interest rates?  Of course, it wouldn’t. called the move for negative interest rates “Officially Entering the Monetary Twilight Zone.”  It is no less than confirmation that nothing the ECB has done to date has fixed anything, and, in fact, the economy has gotten worse.  Please keep in mind, the Eurozone is in trouble despite the tens of trillions of dollars the Fed pumped into it through its swap lines.   

Back here in the U.S., we are continually told there is a recovery.  Check out this headline in the USA Today newspaper:  “Fed: Economy expands across USA.”  Listen to this quote from the article that says, “While manufacturing picked up smartly across much of the country, consumer spending and housing were mixed as remnants of the adverse weather conditions continue to have some effects in the Northeast.”  What planet are they living on?  It’s June and they are still blaming the weather for the economic slowdown?  Retail and housing numbers have rolled over–they are not “mixed.”  They have tanked.  10 million homeowners still have negative equity in their homes.  Despite a near 4% 30-year mortgage rate, home prices, according to one new report, are still falling.  With this low rate, home sales should be taking off like a rocket—they are not.  Maybe this is why 70 % of Americans think the housing crisis is not over, or the worst is yet to come, according to a new survey.  Also, what we now know is the first quarter of 2014 had a -1% contraction, and that was a stunning drop from the 2.6% growth the government “officially” reported in 4th quarter of 2013.

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James Perloff About NWO, Zionism, Free Masonery, CFR, illuminatis, World Domination by Private Bankers

Truth Is A Lonely Warrior – by James Perloff

James Perloff, author of “The Shadows of Power”, “Tornado Through A Junkyard”, “The Case Against Darwin”, outlines his new E-Book “Truth Is A Lonely Warrior” on America’s Future Cable TV.

Meldrim Thomson Jr. Governor of New Hampshire (1973-1979) said: “If we want to avoid the disaster of one-world-government, if we wish to preserve our priceless national sovereignty an live through all time as free men, then it is imperative that the American People read The Shadows of Power.”

Wall Street adviser: Actual Unemployment is 37.2%, ‘Misery Index’ Worst in 40 Years



( Paul Bedard ) Don’t believe the happy talk coming out of the White House, Federal Reserve and Treasury Department when it comes to the real unemployment rate and the true “Misery Index.” Because, according to an influential Wall Street advisor, the figures are a fraud.

In a memo to clients provided to Secrets, David John Marotta calculates the actual unemployment rate of those not working at a sky-high 37.2 percent, not the 6.7 percent advertised by the Fed, and the Misery Index at over 14, not the 8 claimed by the government.

Marotta, who recently advised those worried about an imploding economy to get a gun, said that the government isn’t being honest in how it calculates those out of the workforce or inflation, the two numbers used to get the Misery Index figure.

“The unemployment rate only describes people who are currently working or looking for work,” he said. That leaves out a ton more.

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Revue de Presse par Pierre Jovanovic © 2008-2013

du 17 au 21 juin 2013 : Depuis l’effondrement de Wall Street le 29 septembre 2008, il suffit d’observer la hausse permanente des impôts, des cotisations, des licenciements et des prix pour comprendre que les politiques, payés par les banquiers ruinés, ne vivent plus que par la saignée de la classe moyenne. Pour la faire taire, ils contrôlent les médias et quand ça chauffe trop, divisent la population avec (par exemple) le mariage homosexuel. Une fois la Ne poussière médiatique retombée, inévitablement les vrais problèmes de la crise reviennent à la surface, plus vivaces que jamais. Seul problème: plus la classe politique cherche à les cacher, plus elles deviennent violentes. La violence des agressions qui s’est répandue à tout le pays ne vous a pas échappée, sans parler du fait que les Français continuent à s’immoler de plus belle.

Cela s’appelle l’Agonie d’un pays, en d’autres termes, vous assistez à l’Agonie de la France avant sa mort (guerre civile ou désordres civils, peu importe) en direct, chaque jour.

La prochaine étape pour tenter de faire disparaître la grande escroquerie des banquiers tout en hypnotisant le peuple sera celle de la guerre, en Syrie. Destination idéale pour effacer des écrans la crise économique pour un temps. Mais elle sera toujours là. Leur message est toujours le même: “Regardez: votre voisin n’est pas touché par la crise. Est ce que les métros ont cessé de rouler? Non… Alors taisez-vous”. Sous entendu c’est de votre faute si vous êtes au chômage ou si vous n’arrivez plus à payer vos factures. Mais Mr Hollande n’a certainement pas vu que la ville de Detroit vient de faire un defaut de paiement majeur sur sa dette municipalelire ici le Monde.

IBM a annoncé le licenciement de 6000 personnes de plus. “IBM layoffs: Shareholders are more important than the employees”, lire ici le Examiner. Et croyez ma bonne expérience de journaliste depuis 25 ans, quand IBM vire, tous les autres vont virer encore plus, simplement parce que IBM a dix longueurs d’avance dans l’analyse économique mondiale. Cela veut dire aussi que IBM voit 2014 comme une année encore plus exangue que les précédentes. En clair, le chômage va exploser encore plus en France en 2014 pour arriver à 4 ou 5 millions de chômeurs officiels, soit 10 à 12 millions officieux. Mettez cela en corrélation avec la déclaration de Mr Hollande à Tokyo, “la crise est terminée”, et vous comprenez que les politiques ne sont là que pour nous endormir et pour mieux vendre le pays aux Etats-Unis. En attendant ce moment historique (2015 ou 2017 ?), le pays agonisera chaque jour un peu plus, jusqu’à ce que la France ne soit plus qu’un immense cri de douleur et/ou de rage.

du 17 au 21 juin 2013 : Reggie nous avertit depuis longtemps sur la BNP simplement parce qu’il n’a pas examiné les comptes de la Banque Postale ou de la Société Générale que je considère, moi, encore plus dangereuses que la BNP. Voici ce qu’il nous dit: “all of the 2011 research … found the French banks to be the weakest link in pan-European banking contagion”, s’appuyant sur une nouvelle étude de HEC Lausanne. Celle-ci affirme “According to systemic risk measures for European financial institutions, developed by the Centre for Risk Management at Lausanne (CRML), French regulators would need to provide 300 billion euros, as of mid-May, to fulfil regulatory requirements in the event of a global financial crisis, defined as a 40% semi-annualized fall in global stock markets. … The dynamic index, updated on a monthly basis, reveals that, as of mid-May, Crédit Agricole has the greatest risk exposure of any bank in Europe, followed by Deutsche Bank and BNP Paribas”.

Pour résumer le tout, en cas de violent crash sur les places financières la BNP irait au tapis avec les autres… Lire ici son exposé sur ZH.

Cela veut dire que Crédit Agricole – Société Générale – Crédit du Nord iraient au tapis en même temps que la Banque Postale puisque celle-ci, ayant Dexia dans ses comptes, DEVRA PAYER DES MILLIARDS de swaps, et que ceux-ci ont été indirectement garantis par les gouvernements belge et français.

Moralité: vos comptes ne sont en sécurité nulle part en France, à l’exception de HSBC et surtout de la Banque de Chine (agence Avenue de la Grande Armée, pour ceux que cela intéresse, 01 49 70 13 95, et mail: selon leur site ici)

Et dans la même logique, Mr Boumaza a vu que selon un officiel de la Fed, “la Deutsche Bank est horriblement sous-capitalisée…”. Le papier de Reuters a fait très très mal à la banque au point de déclencher une sortie de quelques gros clients: “A top U.S. banking regulator called Deutsche Bank’s capital levels horrible and said it is the worst on a list of global banks based on one measurement of leverage”, lire ici sur CNBC.
Si même les grosses banques allemandes sont mourues, où va-t-on ???




du 11 au 15 mars 2013 : Du jamais vu dans l’histoire humaine… Ben Bernanke a balancé aux banquiers et financiers pour 2.000 milliards de dollars de planches à billets depuis 2008. Deux mille milliards vous imaginez, ce qui a permis au Dow Jones de soi disant battre ses records historiques selon les crétins, pardon, journalistes économiques que voyez causer dans le poste. Des records qui vont en effet de pair, parfaitement synchronisés même, aux licenciements massifs que l’on voit depuis début 2008 et qui se poursuivent sans cesse depuis mai 2012.

Mais la presse vendue vous dit que tout va bien dans l’économie puisque le Dow Jones a battu son record… Elle a juste oublié ce qui s’est passé 6 mois après ce fameux record. Wall Street a tout simplement explosé!! Il n’y a que les “experts” pour ne pas voir l’évidence… Il se trouve que Zero Hedge et le FT ont eu la même réaction outrée que votre serviteur. ZH a même comparé les principaux indicateurs de 2007 vs 2013 et là, on voit bien LA GRANDE ESCROQUERIE DES AMERICAINS et aussi celle des journalistes économiques (et bien sûr des députés et ministres complices) qui laissent faire sans rien dire.

– GDP Growth: Then +2.5% – Now +1.6%

– Regular Gas Price: Then $2.75 – Now $3.73

– Americans Unemployed (in Labor Force) – Then 6.7 million – Now 13.2 million

– Americans On Food Stamps: Then 26.9 million – Now 47.69 million

– Size of Fed’s Balance Sheet: Then $0.89 trillion – Now $3.01 trillion

– US Debt as a Percentage of GDP: Then 38% – Now 74.2%

– US Deficit (LTM): Then $97 billion – Now $975.6 billion

– Total US Debt Oustanding: Then $9.008 trillion – Now $16.43 trillion

Au fait Monsieur Toutou, Bozo, Langlais, etc., comment expliquez-vous que, comme le Dow Jones, le CAC40 n’ait pas battu son record, environ 6200 points, de 2007? Hmmm? Pourquoi il se traîne à 3700 points?
Comment expliquez vous que le chômage ait explosé des deux côtés de l’Atlantique, malgré la (pseudo) bonne santé outrageuse du monde financier? Comment expliquez vous qu’au moins 30 HEDGE-FUNDS américains n’aient pas explosé après que le cours d’Apple se soit effondré de presque 40%?

La réponse est simple: parce que sur ces 2000 milliards, la Fed n’a balancé aux Européens que quelques milliards de dollars, juste pour mieux les endetter et leur garder la tête hors de l’eau, en réalité juste de quoi respirer… Tout le reste a sauvé les établissements US. Au passage, le peuple européen paye une partie du rétablissement de Wall Street avec du vrai argent, puisqu’il n’y a pas de vraie planche à billets européenne.

PS: Vous avez remarqué que la presse éco française se garde bien d’utiliser le terme “planche à billets”… ça ferait désordre. Les caniches utilisent “assouplissement”, si, si, genre Soupline, voyez?, que Madame verse dans sa machine à laver (c’est aussi une manière inconsciente de nous dire qu’ils nous servent bien de la soupe et pas de l’info)

PS2: le Telegraph non plus n’est pas tombé dans le panneau. “Central bank money printing and the mystery of soaring shares. ‘Why did nobody see it coming?”, the Queen asked four years ago on a visit to the London School of Economics, a brilliantly faux naïve question that cruelly exposed the failings of modern economics”… ha ha ha: “1) One reason is zero interest rates, allowing companies which, in a conventional recession, would have gone bust, to stay in business. At the same time, banks have been bailed out, so that bad debts have in effect been nationalised. Taxpayers rather than investors are being made to pay the price for past excesses. The insolvency problem has been transferred from the private to the public sector … It’s labour rather than capital which has been most damaged by the downturn … 2) The other related explanation is central bank money printing”.

Cliquez ici pour lire l’analyse perfide de la Perfide Albion

PS3: Lisez cet article de ZH “Fed Injects Record $100 Billion Cash Into Foreign Banks Operating In The US In Past Week”pour que certaines banques bien de chez nous ne fassent pas faillite… ça ferait désordre au Dow Jones. Vous avez vu d’ailleurs que le cours du Crédit Agricole est monté? Faut-il y voir l’intervention de la FED??? ha ha ha… Le monde est entré dans un Weimar planétaire, et tout va sauter à un moment donné ou à un autre.

PS4: Lisez surtout ce papier de Caldwell dans le Financial Times ici “What looks like a rally may just be the effect of elites passing money among themselves. The Dow Jones rallied beyond 14,300 points this week, passing the highs it reached in 2007 just as the world economy was starting to wobble”… qui vous explique que tout ceci n’est qu’une cavalerie géante menée par nos politiques, sur le dos du peuple, c’est à dire vous et moi.