“The Sadistic Machine Simply Rolls Over Us:” The Markets Will Remain Managed From the Top Until Zero Hour For Global Economic System
Circumstances in Europe have not improved. The European Union is surely in control of the outcomes they wish and they will get, at least in their minds. And the media will, along this tread, dangerous path, tell us the effects of certain decisions, but not the causes. Along the way, as austerity and restructuring grips the continent, the people of Europe are sure to see their culture’s altered on the cross of homogenization. The controlled conflict between European member states, which brings them together as much as it pits them against another, is clearly designed to turn the European Union into a European bloc, just as Russia was turned into under the Soviet Union. We have now a politburo running Europe who puts into place the proper operatives who run Non-governmental organizations, global financial institutions as well as buy off the lower level nation-state politicians.
The UN functions as the global neo-soviet of the world, and behind the scenes okays the actions of the troika and all financial institutions in the west who currently are endeavoring to bring in the IMF style austerity and restructuring with which the so-called “Third World” became to acquainted in the second half of the 20th century. What we now bear witness to across the globe is a phenomenon of global totalitarianism and authoritarianism, and part-and-parcel of this trend is the third worldization of the former so-called “First World.” From here on out, we are all the Third World.
As Victor Klemperer, a German jew who kept a diary of his everyday life under the Nazi machine, wrote: “The sadistic machine simply rolls over us.” The same is true today, as we begin living the truth that Hitler and his regime borrowed his ideas from western culture, and the practices of the Nazi regime are not too unfamiliar to the sadistic systems across the planet, which now are due to become one as part of a very old Agenda, “The Great Work.” Although not nearly as discussed as the financial institutions pegged as the primary movers and shakers, that’s what the UN is for – un, uno, one. To turn everything to one.
The garden is being tilled for the day when the governments can effectively merge and be ruled by singular consensus. Until then, though, illusions will dictate that the status-quo appears nearly unchanged. Crises will consistently be solved simply by convincing institutional investors,individual investors, the authorities and everyday people that everything is just fine, and that they might squeek through their lives without bearing witness to the cataclysm. And so, for now, appearances will run the world, and if you bet against the banking system and stocks, you are likely to usually lose out. The only way to true truly hedge against the contrived crises is via tangible assets. By holding gold, silver, platinum and palladium you are taking something out the economy. Although paper tigers can scare the markets, they cannot eat them, and, in the long-run, price appreciation in commodities will remain, although indubiously in a controlled/managed manner.
For now, gold still rises after having dropped to a low of $1546.60 on Thursday. It rebounded Friday on news of the european solution, which ensured this lie as a figment of the global brain. This morning gold worked its way through $1600 on the upside after having fallen through it on 21 June.
Weak economic keeps coming in from all continents, as US job reports have been joined EU job reports as dismal. The European Union indeed has its official numbers under control, as it has been reported as officially 11%. If the official numbers are falsified by some ratio that is the same here in the US as it is in Europe, that then suggest unemployment is worse in the EU than in the US. Further, ISM’s are down not only in the US, but also in Japan and China. As the Wall Street Journal suggests, “ain’t nothing a little QE3 can’t fix.” Any talk of QE, as we are aware, is bullish for gold.
Expect light volume this week as markets will be closed early on Tuesday and closed all day on Wednesday in observance of the 4 July hoiday. The markets, I expect will remain quiet early this week, but expect movement heading into Friday as new employment figures are announced. Oil will be interesting to watch after its big spike from late last week. The mainstream is telling its readers to remain cautious, which generally can be understood to be a bullish sign for the commodity. Like gold and silver, oil is just hanging around its close from last week.