ENDGAME EXPOSED: The World Monetary System Has Now Buckled & Bubbled To The Point Of Final Termination

Friday, August 18, 2017
By Paul Martin

August 18, 2017

With the price of gold and silver surging overnight, it appears that the world monetary system has finally buckled and bubbled to the point of final termination. No wonder governments have been planning to steal money.

“And on the pedestal these words appear:
‘My name is Ozymandias, king of kings:
Look on my works, ye Mighty, and despair!’
Nothing beside remains. Round the decay
Of that colossal wreck, boundless and bare
The lone and level sands stretch far away .”

(last part of Ozymandias, excerpted…by Percy Bysshe Shelley)

No Wonder Governments Plan To Steal Money
By Michael Oliver, MSA (Momentum Structural Analysis)
August 18 (King World News) – The central banks of the world are the Ozymandias of today. What they say, do, whisper, insinuate, etc, those are the crumbs that many observers watch, turn over, interpret, and base investment analysis upon…

Pedal To The Floor To Fix The Prior Busted Bubble
It’s the central banks that have, with regularity, created the so‐called boom‐bust cycles of several generations. Oh sure, those cycles conveniently and falsely are attributed to voluntary market forces, but are retraceable to central bank policies. It’s been a recurring pedal to the floor monetary policy for decades, then interrupted by “oops we went too far,” then some tightening policies that have clearly marked the edges of market cycles. Then back to pedal to the floor to fix the prior busted bubble.

Well, over the past nine years the pedal has been to the floor, and only lately has any marginal lifting of that monetary ease been evident, and that being so trivial that it can be parsed in quarter percentage points and only by the Fed. Not the BOJ or ECB.

Point Of Final Termination

The Rest…HERE

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