Thursday, December 31, 2009

2009 wrap up: economy, swine flu, bank bail-outs and false flags

Before we say sayonara to 2009, I am going to take a shot at some prognositcations.
All in fun of course, but then if I am correct?!......

I have taken out my crystal ball, what is it this seer see's?

The financial crisis that talking heads are saying is over. It ain't over, not by a longshot!
Little hints at this have been in the mainstream press the past month or so.

-IMHO: Economically 2010 is going to be worse.
"Furthermore, a recent paper prepared for the U.S. National Bureau of Economic Research suggested Washington might try to deal with its monster debt by allowing inflation to rise, thereby eroding the real value of the debt held by creditors"

Here, however is a big hint- Société Générale tells clients how to prepare for potential 'global collapse
Inflating away debt. That isn't going to work out well for the masses, the common folk.

Ok, so the financial crisis isn't over, though the prevaricators are telling us so.

-In 2010 government and business will work together against the interests of the people. That's just a continuation of 2009. Thinking specifically of the swine flu scenario.
You know the one that was going to kill us all, unless we took untested vaccines and ingested massive quantities of tamiflu like products.
I have an uncounted number of posts on this blog citing numerous, repeated conflict of interests, surrounding swin(e)dle flu and the rampant profiteering.
(if you are so inclined hit the swine flu label at the bottom, and begin reading)

The swine flu "outbreak" appeared to be a collusion between business and government. Staritng at the highest level the WHO and working it's way down to local governments, as would be expected in a follow the leader type or top down scenario.

This article brings that point home: Advisers on Vaccines Often Have Conflicts, Report Says
A new report finds that the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention did a poor job of screening medical experts for financial conflicts when it hired them to advise the agency on vaccine safety, officials said Thursday. Most of the experts who served on advisory panels in 2007 to evaluate vaccines for flu and cervical cancer had potential conflicts that were never resolved
But, then didn't the former head of the CDC just join Merck?

-For 2010, the revolving door will indeed keep right on spinning.
See how easy this prognisticating is?

As the door spun between government and big pharma, so to did the spinning take place between banks and government. Of course the best banks, as characterized by those that spent the most cash lobbying, got the biggest bail-outs! Banks With Political Ties Got Bailouts, Study Shows

-U.S. banks that spent more money on lobbying were more likely to get government bailout money, according to a study released on Monday.
-Banks whose executives served on Federal Reserve boards were more likely to receive government bailout funds
-Banks with headquarters in the district of a U.S. House of Representatives member who serves on a committee or subcommittee relating to TARP also received more funds.

-In 2010: There will likely be more false flags like our undie bomber.
I am going to let Webster Tarpley have the final say.


  1. I can't see into the future but I have looked at some of the numbers, say for things like derivatives, and the numbers are insane. It looks very broken to me or FUBAR as some might say.

    We live in a topsy turvy world where incompetents like Cressida Dick get promoted and now receive an award of the Queen's Police Medal in the new years honours list, truly revolting though apparently a job well done. For who?

    From what I can see of the future it looks like the perfect storm is about to hit. And on that cheery note...

  2. hoping for a pleasant new year?

    I agree we are in for trouble.

    And yes we do live in a topsy turvy world.

    Cressida Dick?
    getting an undeserved award?
    Isn't that just like Obama and his Peace Prize?