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Rejoicing or perplexed about the presumed Euro resolution? Its not over. Expect a trigger to collapse it & you to be blamed.

 
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Rest assured the leaders will never take the blame for anything. They want you to keep running to them.

The Euro crisis was never really about a problem. The grandstanding was to create the perception of a problem (orchestrated) to the general masses which is non existent, the later collapse of which will be blamed for the world's financial and economic whoes to come. Remember, it is their system and they never lost control of it. They have more money and gold that the whole planet multiplied a million times. Dont forget they print it..

Remember this again in the midst of what is about to unfold, "we don't need currency/money to survive". If you dont accept this fact, you will forever be controlled and manipulated.

Their game is manipulation and ultimate control. Do not follow their headlines. Know their endgame from the beginning.

The way the story line goes from here is this....

Just as the plan for a recovery is reached, and all seems well, everything falls apart. Expect the trigger to collapse the whole thing soon, very soon.

Expect that trigger to be in the form of a massive false flag across multiple cities that fractures the system and YOU, the masses, will be blamed for it, for a problem which doesn't exist. The media will blame lone terrorists in affiliation with rogue governments of Syria, Iran and who knows who else they have on the list of countries they are yet to control. This is what kickstarts the WAR.

This is what the hoax war on terror has been about and they have had 10 years to establish the fear and hysteria of it in the minds of the masses. The public think its real. This is the chaos they need for the economic hardships and famine they want to instil on the planet....oh and their depopulation plans.

They have given you their Solution with this latest Euro meeting. They've told you what needs to be done.

Now, expect the Problem (FF/Trigger) and the Reaction in the very near future. The hoax war on terror takes main stage while the economy becomes a non issue or at least they will again stage an attempt of them trying to fix it, and with war going on and the requirement for more surrender of your sovereignty. They will blame the economic woes on the "unexpected event" which has destabilised their recovery effort and that YOU caused it.

=======================================

Expect the following headlines in the News in the coming days.

1. Talks on whether UK should stay or join Europe.
2. Terror attempts and suspected attacks.
3. Some slight uncertainties about the deal reached at the Euro meeting.

I will keep you updated.

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And your source is...?
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The countries with proven gold ore reserves should be mining, refining and minting govt coin, ASAP, that includes Romania (where Soros has spent millions backing enviromentalists to keep existing mines closed) or the Loch Lomond district in Scotland. Those nations with nothing but paper (fiat) currency had better hope it's soft enough to use as toilet paper, because TP is one of the first shortages you will "feel".tissue
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And your source is...?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 7275128


Reasoning,
Intuition,
Connecting the Dots,
Following the Trail of events
History and probable future plans of the orchestrators of events in our world


Perhaps there are others who have thought about this as well.

It seems so obvious what the game plan really is.
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Now would be the time to establish victory gardens...
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Now would be the time to establish victory gardens...
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Wild speculation isn't going to do a damn bit of good. The question is how many will do the right thing when the collapse happens?
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Rest assured the leaders will never take the blame for anything. They want you to keep running to them.

The Euro crisis was never really about a problem. All the grandstanding was all about is to create the perception of a problem (orchestrated) to the general masses which is non existent. Remember, they never lost control. Also, we don't need currency/money to survive.

Their game is ultimate control.

The way the story line goes from here on is this.....Just as the plan for a recovery is reached, and all seems well, everything falls apart. Expect the trigger to collapse the whole thing soon, very soon.

Expect that trigger to be in the form of a massive false flag across multiple cities that fractures the system and YOU, the masses, will be blamed for it, for a problem which doesn't exist. Or lone terrorists with affiliation with governments will be blamed. This is what kickstarts the WAR.

This is what the hoax war on terror has been about and they have had 10 years to establish the fear and hysteria of it in the minds of the masses. They think its real. This is what they need for the economic hardships and famine they want to instil on the planet.

They have given you their Solution.

Expect the Problem and the Reaction in the very near future. The hoax war on terror takes main stage while the economy becomes a non issue or at least they will again stage an attempt of them trying to fix it, with war going on and the requirement for more surrender of your sovereignty.
 Quoting: Ohwell


Unfortunately you make a lot of sense.
"When tyrants tremble in their fear, and hear their death knell ringing,
When friends rejoice both far and near, how can I keep from singing"

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One of Satan's roles in the Bible is the "ACCUSER" of man. YET, evil wants man to think "mankind" is going to save you. It cuts both way...I'll make you feel worthless and live in fear SO that you will look to man, or aliens (anything but God), to save you.

Both things FAIL in God's eyes. You are to have strength and know that He is your savior.

What have we been hearing?

You're fat
You're lazy
You're stupid
You're causing "climate change"
You don't know how to manage money
You have to stop eating beef


Evil bullies to get what it wants. But, this is all used for Judgment.

WHAT will you choose to do? Right or wrong.
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interesting theory!

"You will not be punished for your anger, you will be punished by your anger"
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Re: Rejoicing or perplexed about the presumed Euro resolution? Its not over. Expect a trigger to collapse it & you to be blamed.
All the take more than you give system can do is inflate to maximum potnetial and then implode.

It's impossible to escape this.

Except by being ignorant...Which is what you all are.

Yes it's a controlled collapse...but the collapse can't be avoided.

The top or owners of the global trade system have known all along that the post WW2 global trade system was inevitably doomed to reach maximum potential and implode.

The top is owner of the enterprise.

The bottom are the employees...

and when you all reach your maximum potential to sustain the delusion...it shatters.

Yes it is all your faults...You all are ignorant of this fact is all.
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Zombie markets high on bath salts: The benefits of the announcements (lower yields on sovereign bonds and higher share prices in EU banks) will be short-lived. None of these decisions from the EU summit address the core issues facing the EU banking system: namely, insolvency and excessive leverage. No one in the EU actually has the money to make these measures work (again, Spain and Italy will provide 30% of the ESM’s funding). Markets will stage a knee jerk reaction to these measures. That reaction will see bank shares rise and yields fall, temporarily. But this move will be short-lived, just as moves following LTRO1 and LTRO 2 were.

After all, these announcements are just more political measures than anything else. And Europe needs capital NOT politics at this point. So I would expect this rally and the drop in bonds to be short-lived. EU leaders may have put off the Crisis by a few weeks (or perhaps even a month). But they still haven’t addressed the core issues causing the Crisis: excess leverage courtesy of hundreds of billions of Euros’ worth of garbage debt. –Zero Hedge – Phoenix Capital.

[link to theextinctionprotocol.wordpress.com]

Nigel Farage: Van Rompuy, Barroso worst people in EU since 1945

[link to www.youtube.com]

Last Edited by CASCABEL on 06/29/2012 05:05 PM
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Muhammad Ali...
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Agreed. And i think it will start collapsing Monday or Tuesday.

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And your source is...?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 7275128


Reasoning,
Intuition,
Connecting the Dots,
Following the Trail of events
History and probable future plans of the orchestrators of events in our world


Perhaps there are others who have thought about this as well.

It seems so obvious what the game plan really is.
 Quoting: Ohwell


This entire scenario occurred in the 1340's after the collapse of the venetian banksters. This was a period much like today. People were feed up with everything. There was the 30 yrs. war, the invasion of the mongols, the Lombard financial collapse and the Black death which was really Anthrax and is the 6th plague in the bible. Over half of the worlds population died. Read between the lines it will all happen all over again.

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And your source is...?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 7275128


Reasoning,
Intuition,
Connecting the Dots,
Following the Trail of events
History and probable future plans of the orchestrators of events in our world


Perhaps there are others who have thought about this as well.

It seems so obvious what the game plan really is.
 Quoting: Ohwell


Paranoia?
Conspiracy Theory mindset?
Boredom?
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Re: Rejoicing or perplexed about the presumed Euro resolution? Its not over. Expect a trigger to collapse it & you to be blamed.
All the take more than you give system can do is inflate to maximum potnetial and then implode.

It's impossible to escape this.

Except by being ignorant...Which is what you all are.

Yes it's a controlled collapse...but the collapse can't be avoided.

The top or owners of the global trade system have known all along that the post WW2 global trade system was inevitably doomed to reach maximum potential and implode.

The top is owner of the enterprise.

The bottom are the employees...

and when you all reach your maximum potential to sustain the delusion...it shatters.

Yes it is all your faults...You all are ignorant of this fact is all.
 Quoting: Hypertiger


We are not ignorant and I do agree with what you say about take more give very little society we live. We understand the spectrum of the problem. Everyone is held spell bound by the currency tallisman. But how did we come to accept a tool by which we are manipulated with.

Like I said, we dont need money to survive and if we don't have it, then things might be a bit different.
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Very interesting perspective OP. 5 stars.
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Will my tomatoes be OK though?
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Very interesting perspective OP. 5 stars.
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Thanks a lot.
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Re: Rejoicing or perplexed about the presumed Euro resolution? Its not over. Expect a trigger to collapse it & you to be blamed.
Zombie markets high on bath salts: The benefits of the announcements (lower yields on sovereign bonds and higher share prices in EU banks) will be short-lived. None of these decisions from the EU summit address the core issues facing the EU banking system: namely, insolvency and excessive leverage. No one in the EU actually has the money to make these measures work (again, Spain and Italy will provide 30% of the ESM’s funding). Markets will stage a knee jerk reaction to these measures. That reaction will see bank shares rise and yields fall, temporarily. But this move will be short-lived, just as moves following LTRO1 and LTRO 2 were.

After all, these announcements are just more political measures than anything else. And Europe needs capital NOT politics at this point. So I would expect this rally and the drop in bonds to be short-lived. EU leaders may have put off the Crisis by a few weeks (or perhaps even a month). But they still haven’t addressed the core issues causing the Crisis: excess leverage courtesy of hundreds of billions of Euros’ worth of garbage debt. –Zero Hedge – Phoenix Capital.

[link to theextinctionprotocol.wordpress.com]

Nigel Farage: Van Rompuy, Barroso worst people in EU since 1945

[link to www.youtube.com]
 Quoting: CASCABEL


Are you mad? Nigel Farage id and has been against the EU since its inception, he is one of the only MEPs who actually speaks sense in all this madness. You clearly know nothing about him.
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Re: Rejoicing or perplexed about the presumed Euro resolution? Its not over. Expect a trigger to collapse it & you to be blamed.
Zombie markets high on bath salts: The benefits of the announcements (lower yields on sovereign bonds and higher share prices in EU banks) will be short-lived. None of these decisions from the EU summit address the core issues facing the EU banking system: namely, insolvency and excessive leverage. No one in the EU actually has the money to make these measures work (again, Spain and Italy will provide 30% of the ESM’s funding). Markets will stage a knee jerk reaction to these measures. That reaction will see bank shares rise and yields fall, temporarily. But this move will be short-lived, just as moves following LTRO1 and LTRO 2 were.

After all, these announcements are just more political measures than anything else. And Europe needs capital NOT politics at this point. So I would expect this rally and the drop in bonds to be short-lived. EU leaders may have put off the Crisis by a few weeks (or perhaps even a month). But they still haven’t addressed the core issues causing the Crisis: excess leverage courtesy of hundreds of billions of Euros’ worth of garbage debt. –Zero Hedge – Phoenix Capital.

[link to theextinctionprotocol.wordpress.com]

Nigel Farage: Van Rompuy, Barroso worst people in EU since 1945

[link to www.youtube.com]
 Quoting: CASCABEL


Are you mad? Nigel Farage id and has been against the EU since its inception, he is one of the only MEPs who actually speaks sense in all this madness. You clearly know nothing about him.
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Wait - my apologies. What you should have written was:

Nigel Farage "Van Rompuy, Barroso worst people in EU since 1945", then I would have know it was a quote and it would have made more sense, lolsign
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interesting theory!
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Yeap, thanks.
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Since today, i have a very detached feeling with myself.
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Since today, i have a very detached feeling with myself.
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I knew people will feel this way and this is the purpose of my thread. People seem downcasted. They are all waiting for something to happen but I think I can assure you that events are likely to follow this line of thought with some few twist in the shortest possible time.


I have had this feeling for long. I also feel lost, empty and sometimes dont know what I'm supposed to do.

I do however KNOW what's going on (in terms of their plans) or at least can make very good assumptions of it.

I said on a thread about a week ago that the Euro isn't coming down. Not this time. Its all about creating perception of a big problem for the masses. But they are planning on fragmenting that presumed solution they had today.

David Cameron after addressing the press at the Euro meeting today said that he hopes to see them "very soon" trying to resolve "this kind of issue" again.

People might take it as a joke but the question is why did the News show that clip? Well, because they were asked to and this is all a game they are playing with people.

It all appears that I have done this before. I seem to know what they are about to do but I cant really explain why this is truly happening.

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Will my tomatoes be OK though?
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I'm afraid your tomatoes are a gonner because you are going to need to eat them.
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Re: Rejoicing or perplexed about the presumed Euro resolution? Its not over. Expect a trigger to collapse it & you to be blamed.
Rest assured the leaders will never take the blame for anything. They want you to keep running to them.

The Euro crisis was never really about a problem. The grandstanding was to create the perception of a problem (orchestrated) to the general masses which is non existent, the later collapse of which will be blamed for the world's financial and economic whoes to come. Remember, it is their system and they never lost control of it. They have more money and gold that the whole planet multiplied a million times. Dont forget they print it..

Remember this again in the midst of what is about to unfold, "we don't need currency/money to survive". If you dont accept this fact, you will forever be controlled and manipulated.

Their game is manipulation and ultimate control. Do not follow their headlines. Know their endgame from the beginning.

The way the story line goes from here is this....

Just as the plan for a recovery is reached, and all seems well, everything falls apart. Expect the trigger to collapse the whole thing soon, very soon.

Expect that trigger to be in the form of a massive false flag across multiple cities that fractures the system and YOU, the masses, will be blamed for it, for a problem which doesn't exist. The media will blame lone terrorists in affiliation with rogue governments of Syria, Iran and who knows who else they have on the list of countries they are yet to control. This is what kickstarts the WAR.

This is what the hoax war on terror has been about and they have had 10 years to establish the fear and hysteria of it in the minds of the masses. The public think its real. This is the chaos they need for the economic hardships and famine they want to instil on the planet....oh and their depopulation plans.

They have given you their Solution with this latest Euro meeting. They've told you what needs to be done.

Now, expect the Problem (FF/Trigger) and the Reaction in the very near future. The hoax war on terror takes main stage while the economy becomes a non issue or at least they will again stage an attempt of them trying to fix it, and with war going on and the requirement for more surrender of your sovereignty. They will blame the economic woes on the "unexpected event" which has destabilised their recovery effort and that YOU caused it.

=======================================

Expect the following headlines in the News in the coming days.

1. UK talks on whether they should stay it join Europe.
2. Terror attempts and suspected attacks.
3. Some slight uncertainties about the deal reached at the Euro.

I will keep you updated.
 Quoting: Ohwell


I've thought along these same lines for this reason...tptb who have caused all this on purpose and have lied through the teeth saying "their solution" was working, we are in a recovery will need "someone" else to blame when it all finally crashes. Since they're all in bed with or are the bankers who are responsible for this wonderful economy they will need something to blame it on. Enter Syria and Iran, imho they will use skyrocketing oil prices as reason for everything going in the toilet. All you have to do is listen to the news, not because they're really telling you the news, but because they are setting up their cover story. When ever they start pumping a story expect it to be used for something!!! Great post, I like ppl that use their own brain and don't just wait to be told by someone else what to think!
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NO they haven't given a solution to anything. Countries will be able to write off debt but banks won't. Banks will get the bailouts as debt in their balance sheets. It's putting debt from on pocket in the other to make it look better. Countries will lend cheaper but banks won't. This solves nothing.
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I believe TPTB are throwing everything at us but the kitchen sink to numb us to reality. However, the conscious awakening is happening now for mankind to break from our illusions. Take care of yourself, be kind, love mother earth and trust that this craziness will end.

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