Back draft fuel has never been removed since name what is different? http://www.zerohedge.com/article/money- ... suspenders
Prepare now since they are holding the taxpayer in a death grip. If you cannot discern the syndicalism and corporativism in the market condition there is no hope to convince you anyway. Economic history is a long road of government policies that failed because they were designed with a disregards for the laws of economics. I see the FDIC wants 3 years in advance for premiums. The Godfather wants you to do this favor since we sucked the life out the other's and burned it to the ground for our pleasure - er - ''profit to our Club"
That is like pissing in the ocean calling it federal green cool aid. The underlying issue has not
been resolved and they do not
care since the plebs only serve there bent of mind and there not even blushed about it anymore. And how did the Japanese and the German's
just vote. You better play attention if you like it or not.
In response to a “trigger” event, which could include action by the FDIC, a decline in the bank's stock price to a level some amount below tangible book value for say, 30 days or more, or other possible triggers, those bonds would automatically convert to equity. Yes, the holders of those convertible securities could suffer potential losses, particularly in the event that the bank did not recover. But it would avoid default on the senior bonds or the need for regulatory receivership of the institution.
As we are: http://www.chrismartenson.com/blog/fede ... 2009/28343
But this is simply another example of the welfare state: since the government produces nothing that is valuable in terms of social appraisement, it can only supply welfare to some by siphoning off the resources and destroying the economic arrangements that support the welfare of others. In attempting to repair the politically unpopular destruction of its earlier policies, it is driven to further isolated acts of destruction until it arrives, with cruel and ultimate irony, at the policy for the systematic destruction of society and human welfare, that is, socialism.
MAY-JUNE, 1984 Libertarian Forum http://mises.org/journals/lf/1984/1984_05-06.pdf
The Democrat Party seems to have a veritable genius for self-destruction, at least on the Presidential level. Either that, or the fix is indeed in. Man for man, and dollar for dollar, they rival the Crane Machine for blithering ineptitude. And all of it done to the tune and the guidance of the Establishment Media.
CNBC posits the bears are all mistaken for September. We only stated "conveyed" in the bear pit a matter of weeks in difference and to be sure they countered well the earnings releases will be there next bear roar. Like I said "observed for some time" October's fuse was pulled
since QE and BIS SCDO issue http://www.bloomberg.com/apps/news?pid= ... C6ARW_tSW0 where halfed
for what ever pressure point conveyed from either camp. The forums conveyed timing of our data in september "in august", no more no less. As higgy and me conversed it is still about net working capital
and timing. The current back handed bear comments are typical in a Political Economy since they cannot compete in a free market which many segments have never seen and the predation of the state has pressured more global citizens to assert fiscal sanity and maybe -viewtopic.php?f=14&t=2&p=3798&hilit=scdo#p3798
just maybe there are enough to produce since you can see what Government can produce. It's not that government has lacked information needed to fix the problem. It is institutionally incapable of bringing about the desired result, since the principles of profit and loss, private property and contract, enterprise and entrepreneurship, do not exist in government. Government operates with an eye to its own short-term survival, and those of its connected interest groups, and nothing else. Globalising capitalism is opposed by two major groups - the cultural nationalists in the third world, who fear the westernisation it may bring and the New Dirigistes
, http://www.international.ucla.edu/artic ... ntid=63092
proponents of the “third way’” in the West who bear the ancient hatred of capitalism on their sleeves. The main issue is since when do you trust a bank or not hold them in down right contempt anyway in any era? I feel fundamental change may have started and the beast will fight back with all its tacit and media spewing tenacity. They can only assist as gatekeepes and fulfill law and contract subject to reason. Maybe the voters can for a change think for themselves and vote for sanity and not party since they seem to dimly understand how close the edge really is. Many will say the Republic is already lost. I think it is lost in a GD context to date given the insanity and current course to total fiscal failures repeated. Look around maybe a few years only left since we are still being looted are we not? American economists consider themselves to be following Keynes' recommendations when they try to stimulate an economy with stimulus packages, but they studiously ignore the fact that Keynes' had different advice for trade-surplus countries and trade-deficit countries. Mr. Obama mentioned this again after the G20 so they better get to work on parity issues. I think he may turn out yet to be a attribute if he can tear down state insurance barriers and facilitate brokers for health care services. Ask a Canadian or any one else for that matter when is it more than crucial when time is the issue and you need a system unfettered by borders.
Bad news travels faster than good so let the market free itself and prosper.
As for me "Depletion Theory
" http://www.chrismartenson.com/blog/curr ... ield/28224
i see it all the time.