July 9, 2011
July 9, 2011
Shipping 30,000 guns in to Mexico by the ATF, FBI and DEA is a act of staged terror in Mexico and the U S.
You may notice the word "demanded " in the condition of Greece's $159 billion package.The European Union and International Monetary Fund had demanded Parliament pass two bills — an austerity law and a second bill detailing how it will be implemented — by June 30 before they approve a $17.3 billion installment from the country's $159 billion package.
"Here's what they do - They go into a country that's really desparate, they can't borrow a dime anywhere, and the IMF comes in, and they say - Ay, I'll loan you the money! But how are you going to pay me back?"Then with that rhetorical question, Gerald shows how the IMF already has the answer for the country:
"You tax the people, you put more taxes on 'em. And so you (the country in desparate need) tax the people, you don't get enough and they (the IMF) say, Listen - I'm not getting enough money, I want the bridge! ... I want the bridge! I want the highway! I want the water supply! Capish?"
It looks as though our representatives in Washington will raise the debt ceiling, and pass some cuts to the budget that will not amount to a hill of beans. Peter Schiff has predicted that Greece would indeed accept more loans from the IMF, that the Fed will continue with more quantitative easing, and that the U.S. government will raise the debt ceiling.We’re confident that the participants are well aware of the potential risks of a debt default in the U.S. and will avoid those dangers. It should be self-evident [that] a debt default by the U. S. government debt market would have very serious, far-reaching, dramatic repercussions and that’s why we’re confident that it will be avoided.
|Written by Bob Adelmann|
|Wednesday, 29 June 2011 17:33|