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# 7 Weeks to Austerity Programs in the US...Who do you think wrote the "fiscal cliff" legislation?

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11/20/2012 08:04 PM
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Re: 7 Weeks to Austerity Programs in the US...Who do you think wrote the "fiscal cliff" legislation?
So u think this falls in line with the Mayans??
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I think that the Mayan system of counting days and cycles was used as a coding method.
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11/20/2012 08:22 PM

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Re: 7 Weeks to Austerity Programs in the US...Who do you think wrote the "fiscal cliff" legislation?
So u think this falls in line with the Mayans??
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I think that the Mayan system of counting days and cycles was used as a coding method.
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I agree. Almost like the timewave zero. Cycles and mathematics repeat as does our history and the present relate.
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Re: 7 Weeks to Austerity Programs in the US...Who do you think wrote the "fiscal cliff" legislation?
"Global central banks' (led by the BIS) assets now comprise at least a quarter of all global GDP"

Assets = ownership.
At this point the banks have ownership claims on an amount equal to 1/4 of ALL global production.

The move to bring everyone under "austerity" is a move to secure another 25%. And with it, BIS dominance over Europe's and the US's sovereignty.

As shown in the following tables the US produces 25% of global GDP.

So RIGHT NOW, the banks own the equivalent of one year of EVERYBODY's labor in the US.

A single person or entity owning the product of a population's labor is feudalism.

Once they own over 1/2 of the WORLD's output, they are essentially a king.

Greater austerity coming to Europe and now a big, smelly heap of austerity coming to the US (under the guise of the contrived "fiscal cliff"/congressional compromise to "avoid" the "cliff"/engineered threat of Middle East war) may very well put the banks over that 50%.
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11/26/2012 04:20 PM
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Re: 7 Weeks to Austerity Programs in the US...Who do you think wrote the "fiscal cliff" legislation?
the fiscal cliff is a mirage brought to you by political minions of the banksters. the austerity program they propose to keep from going over the imaginary cliff is just another way to separate us from what miniscule bits of wealth we (the poor & middle class) have left and siphon it off into their pockets.

it will take everyone in the poor & middle class getting off their butts and out into the streets to hold long term peaceful protests in front of every state legislature, the white house & congress, as well as the homes of all house & senate members for them to reconsider this austerity death sentence. 12 days of protests on the 12 days of christmas might be a place to start. lots of people unemployed, as well as off work and out of school for the holidays during that time.

occupy didn't move the needle because there just weren't enough people involved. it will have be at least 10-15% of the population on the picket lines at all times to do any good and it will have to be 100% peaceful protests. the minute they turn into anything violent, then the DHS storm troopers and all their asshole buddies in local law enforcement will get to bring the hammer down on everyone with all that fancy weaponry & equipment they've been stockpiling & itching to use for the last few years (paid for with DHS grant money, er our tax money).

sigh... just a dream that enough people could be mobilized for a long enough period of time, esp in winter. even if that miracle did occur, i seriously doubt the protests could remain peaceful. there would be lots of agents provocateur ready to start some shit with the cops, just for the hell of it.
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11/26/2012 04:43 PM
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Re: 7 Weeks to Austerity Programs in the US...Who do you think wrote the "fiscal cliff" legislation?
Surely austerity, aimed at reducing the deficit is the only way of avoiding the government going bust? From wiki:

"The CBO has summarized the cause of change between its January 2001 estimate of a \$5.6 trillion cumulative surplus between 2002 and 2011 and the actual \$6.1 trillion cumulative deficit that occurred, an unfavorable "turnaround" or debt increase of \$11.7 trillion. Tax cuts and slower-than-expected growth reduced revenues by \$6.1 trillion and spending was \$5.6 trillion higher. Of this total, the CBO attributes 72% to legislated tax cuts and spending increases and 27% to economic and technical factors. Of the latter, 56% occurred from 2009 to 2011."

Key figures, they expected a surplus of \$5.6 trl and ended up with a deficit of \$6.1 trl, despite a perpetual state of war since 2001.

America is living on borrowed time, hence all the billion dollar lawsuits against multinationals. As I see it there are only three ways this will all play out:

*Deep austerity measures, like we have over here, to attempt to get on top of the national debt
*let it all collapse like never before
*America has seen this coming all along and has a plan to pull the rug out from the current system, erasing all debt.

At some point the interest on the debt is going to become unserviceable, what then?
I don't think so,
he's up there with the others laying low,