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Michael Collins: Election Fraud & Tyranny: Part 1

Monday, 14 July 2008, 5:06 pm
Column: Michael Collins

Michael Collins: Election Fraud and Tyranny - Part 1



Banksy"Loser Take All: Election Fraud and The Subversion of Democracy, 2000 - 2008"
Mark Crispin Miller (Ed.),
Ig Publishing, Brooklyn, NY



Mark Crispin Miller's new book, "Loser Take All," identifies and analyzes election fraud, the foundation of extremist power in the United States since 2000. Manipulated elections have enabled everything we've experienced from the Iraq war to the current economic meltdown. None of that would have been possible without the ongoing series of "surprise" wins for extremists and their enablers following the outright theft of the 2000 presidential election.....



Atlanta Journal Constitution - WSB TV Poll, Nov. 1, 2002
Change from Nov. 1 poll to Election Day.
Atlanta Journal Constitution - WSB TV Poll, Nov. 1, 2002
Change from Nov. 1 poll to Election Day.

full story: http://www.scoop.co.nz/stories/HL0807/S00133.htm




Michael Collins: Election Fraud and Tyranny (2)

Thursday, 17 July 2008, 10:44 pm
Opinion: Michael Collins

Michael Collins: Election Fraud and Tyranny - Part 2



From image: "I can't believe you morons actually buy this sh..."
They don't. They're just following the script. That's why Miller calls them
"the servile press." Banksy"Loser Taker All: Election Fraud and The
Subversion of Democracy, 2000-2008"




A 12% victory margin measured on Election Day 2006 was
reduced to 7.6% through the vote counting process. This meant
3 million less votes for Democrats in House races
.

full story: http://www.scoop.co.nz/stories/HL0807/S00177.htm
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19 July 2008

Why No Outrage? Remember, Remember, the Fourth of November

Many, many years ago a much younger Jesse had a wise old Boss from whom he learned many things about managing people and a piece of a larger business.

One day The Boss remarked in passing that he did not care when his guys were complaining about small things. He considered it healthy. "Its when they get quiet for a long time that you need to worry. That's that's a sign that something is fundamentally wrong in the company. And when the right spark comes along, all hell is going to break loose."

One slight difference we might have with Mr. Grant is that he seems US-centric in his thoughts. Keep an eye on Europe, specifically Britain. They may show the way ahead.

The American elections will be Tuesday 4 November 2008. Vote.



Why No Outrage?
By JAMES GRANT
July 19, 2008
The Wall Street Journal

Through history, outrageous financial behavior has been met with outrage. But today Wall Street's damaging recklessness has been met with near-silence, from a too-tolerant populace, argues James Grant

"Raise less corn and more hell," Mary Elizabeth Lease harangued Kansas farmers during America's Populist era, but no such voice cries out today. America's 21st-century financial victims make no protest against the Federal Reserve's policy of showering dollars on the people who would seem to need them least......

.......Wall Street is usually described as an industry, but it shares precious few characteristics with the metal-fasteners business or the auto-parts trade. The big brokerage firms are not in business so much to make a product or even to earn a competitive return for their stockholders. Rather, they open their doors to pay their employees -- specifically, to maximize employee compensation in the short run. How best to do that? Why, to bear more risk by taking on more leverage.

"Wall Street is our bad example because it is so successful," charged the president of Notre Dame University, the Rev. John Cavanaugh, in the time of Mary Lease. He meant that young people, emulating J.P. Morgan or E.H. Harriman, would worship the wrong god. The more immediate risk today is that Wall Street, sweating to fill out this year's bonus pool, runs itself and the rest of the American financial system right over a cliff.

It's just happened, in fact, under the studiously averted gaze of the Street's risk managers. Today's bear market in financial assets is as nothing compared to the preceding crash in human judgment. Never was a disaster better advertised than the one now washing over us. House prices stopped going up in 2005, and cracks in mortgage credit started appearing in 2006. Yet the big, ostensibly sophisticated banks only pushed harder.

Bear Stearns is kaput and Lehman Brothers is reeling, but Morgan Stanley perhaps best illustrates the gluttonous ways of Wall Street. Having lost its competitive edge on account of an intramural political struggle, the firm, under Chief Executive John Mack, set out to catch up to the rest of the pack. In the spring of 2006, it unveiled a trillion-dollar balance sheet, Wall Street's first. It expanded in every faddish business line, not excluding, in August 2006, subprime-mortgage origination (the transaction, intoned a Morgan Stanley press release, "provides us with new origination capabilities in the non-prime market, which we can build upon to provide access to high-quality product flows across all market cycles"). Nor did it pull in its horns as the boom wore on but rather protruded them all the more, raising its ratio of assets to equity to the aforementioned 33 times at year-end 2007 from 26.5 times at the close of 2004. Naturally, it did not forget the help. Last year, Morgan Stanley paid out 59% of its revenues in employee compensation, up from 46% in 2004.

Huey Long, who rhetorically picked up where Lease left off, once compared John D. Rockefeller to the fat guy who ruins a good barbecue by taking too much. Wall Street habitually takes too much. It would not be so bad if the inevitable bout of indigestion were its alone to bear. The trouble is that, in a world so heavily leveraged as this one, we all get a stomach ache. Not that anyone seems to be complaining this election season.

James Grant is the editor of Grant's Interest Rate Observer.

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20 July 2008

The American Mainstream Media Says "Buy the Financials and Banks"


Good bottom call or siren song for a sucker's rally?

We think its the latter. Right now the banks, especially the investment banks, are obtaining a balance sheet smokescreen cover from the New York Fed.

In the short term we are going to lay off the short side on the financials and watch what happens, looking for a place to jump back on that trade. We won't fight the Fed, but we are not drinking the Kool-Aid either.

Why not buy the financials, just for a trade? It might work. We'd rather buy gold and play our gold-oil cross trade.

The next downdraft, when it comes, is likely to be breath-taking.

What to Bank On - Barron's

Hopes and Hints that Financial Stocks Have Finally Touched Bottom - New York Times

Jitters Ease as Citi, Rivals Show Signs of Bottoming Out - Wall Street Journal


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Banker Leaves Goldman Sachs To Aid Paulson

By Dennis K. Berman
Word Count: 287 | Companies Featured in This Article: Goldman Sachs Group
Goldman Sachs Group Inc.'s most senior financial-institutions banker, Ken Wilson, is temporarily leaving the firm to advise Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson on how to resolve the country's banking crisis, according to people familiar with the matter.

As chairman of Goldman's Financial Institutions Group, Mr. Wilson has proved to be a big player in capital raisings and reorganizations across ...

http://online.wsj.com/public/articl...8385169563.html

Ken Wilson
http://www.moneyweb.co.za/mw/view/m...15887&sn=Detail

...warum verlagert man nicht einfachheitshalber das Weisse Haus die FED und den Rest der Regierung in den Hauptsitz von GS

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SEC issues emergency rule to curb short sales

By Rachelle Younglai
and Emily ChasanPosted 2008/07/15 at 10:51 pm EDT


WASHINGTON/NEW YORK, July 15, 2008 (Reuters) — U.S. securities regulators issued an emergency rule on Tuesday to limit certain types of short selling in major financial firms, including Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac ......

.....The rule will go into effect on Monday, July 21, and last through July 29, although it could be extended to last up to 30 days. The SEC said it will consider rules to address short selling issues across the entire stock market.......

The agency identified the following securities affected by its order:

* BNP Paribas Securities Corp

* Bank of America Corp

* Barclays PLC

* Citigroup Inc

* Credit Suisse Group

* Daiwa Securities Group Inc

* Deutsche Bank Group AG

* Allianz SE

* Goldman Sachs Group Inc

* Royal Bank ADS

* HSBC Holdings Plc ADS

* JPMorgan Chase & Co

* Lehman Brothers Holdings Inc

* Merrill Lynch & Co Inc

* Mizuho Financial Group Inc

* Morgan Stanley

* UBS AG

* Freddie Mac

* Fannie Mae

http://newsdaily.com/stories/n15338...c-shortselling/

....wenn man so grosse Firmen schützen muss wie steht's denn um die kleinen, die geshortet werden auf Teufel komm raus
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Pfeil Delinquent – curbing short sales

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...warum verlagert man nicht einfachheitshalber das Weisse Haus die FED und den Rest der Regierung in den Hauptsitz von GS


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... zu teuer, ausserdem wird der Laden in Kürze von den Pakistani
unter Führung von Imran Anayat gesteinigt.

Die Liste der Financials, deren Aktien man nicht mehr verkaufen
darf ( short Kurbel ) war übrigens in einer sehr kritischen Stellung-
nahme am Freitag nicht aufrufbar, vermutlich gehackt von Hank
und seinem " Neuen ", der Teil des korrupten Netzes ist.

Wachovia taucht nicht in der Liste auf – Ken Thompson chassée – und nun ?

... Mr. Steel, zuletzt im US-Finanzministerium als Unterstaatssekretär
für inländische Finanzen und Berater von Minister Henry Paulson tätig
( zuvor bei der Investmentbank Goldman Sachs ), sorgt nun für eine
einwandfreie Abwicklung ihrer bankruptcy durch short-Positionen derjenigen
Banken, die in der Protection list aufgeführt sind.

again: SHORT GSAX !


p.s. ... was ist los mit dem 3 Sterne-General in der Schweiz,
möchte man seinen Götti Bundesrat Schmid liquidieren ?
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Response to Reply #4 22. Bringing in another clown: Goldman's Wilson to advise Paulson on banking: report http://news.yahoo.com/s/nm/20080721/bs_nm/goldman_pauls...

since he's "serving without pay" , I wonder which part of the country they will carve out for him to rule?
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Freddie Mac Plan Incredibly Stupid

By: Rick Ackerman, Rick's Picks

-- Posted Monday, 21 July 2008 | Digg This Article | Source: GoldSeek.com


Rick’s Picks
Monday, July 21, 2008
“Phenomenally accurate forecasts”
We did a double take on the following headline atop Friday’s edition of the Wall Street Journal: “Mortgage Giant Freddie Mac Considers Major Stock Sale”. This plan gets our vote for the dumbest idea we’ve ever heard from Wall Street. A cruel joke on shareholders, perhaps? After all, the stock has already fallen 75% -- and now the same geniuses who have practically run Freddie in to the ground are proposing to further dilute shareholder equity down to the vanishing point. What might Freddie hope to achieve via this “hyperinflationary” tactic? The issuance of new stock totaling as much as $10 billion supposedly is being considered, but how much could it help? Fannie’s troubled portfolio is nominally valued in the trillions of dollars, and raising another $10 billion from shareholders would be like piling up a few more sandbags after a mighty river has inundated its levees and put half the U.S. under water.

The idea is so miserably stupid, in fact, that even Congress is balking at it, fearing that taxpayers will be on the hook for yet more billions when Freddie fails anyway. Freddie’s ostensible goal is to save itself rather than be regulated to death following a government bailout. But the firm would never even have floated this idea unless the Fed and the Treasury Department were on board. That means it is probably just a red herring intended to distract us from the fact that there are no palatable options for saving the GSEs. So why did the Wall Street Journal play this non-story story so prominently, stretching the headline across three columns above the fold? Our guess is that it was a slow news day, and the Journal’s editors couldn’t come up with another story to hold up the page.

There is almost no chance this idea will get off the ground, so Freddie Mac shareholders needn’t worry about further dilution. But they should be worried that the stock is going to zero anyway. Clearly, neither the company’s directors, nor the Federal Reserve, nor the Treasury Department, nor the U.S. government has shareholder’s interests at heart. Is there some other reason to stick around?

http://news.goldseek.com/RickAckerman/1216646446.php


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...auch nicht taufrisch - dennoch

Bunning To Bernanke: You Are A Systemic Risk مقامر الحكومة

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“He that sells what isn’t his ‘en must pay his debts or go to prison” (...es war einmal ) is an old axiom that has stood the test of time. Loosely translated, it means that if you sell a stock “short” (betting that it's going down in price), you're responsible for ANY loss incurred if that stock rallies......
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.....In other words, it wasn’t private property and freedom that brought down the American Empire, but their opposite: an expanding government armed with a printing press.
-- Posted Monday, 21 July 2008
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Die Liste der Financials, deren Aktien man nicht mehr verkaufen
darf ( short Kurbel ) war übrigens in einer sehr kritischen Stellung-
nahme am Freitag nicht aufrufbar, vermutlich gehackt von Hank
und seinem " Neuen ", der Teil des korrupten Netzes zu sein scheint.

http://globaleconomicanalysis.blogs...ed-to-dogs.html

Meine Versuche, diese Seite mit dem Bericht von Mike "Mish" Shedlock
zu öffnen, wurden unverzüglich mit einer Beendigung des Server-
programms
quittiert.

No wonder why indeed:


While pondering SEC Restricts Shorting 19 Financial Stocks I could
not help but notice the financial institutions conspicuously absent
from the ruling ...


Who Is Missing ? Where is Washington Mutual (WM) ? Wachovia (WB) ?
Were they tossed to the dogs ? What about Corus Bank (CORS),
Bank United (BKUNA), National City Corporation (NCC) ?

It is beyond all belief that naked short selling is affecting Goldman Sachs
(GS) more than Washington Mutual, Wachovia, Corus Bank, Bank United,
and National City Corporation ?

Is this a hint of the banks and brokers the Fed and SEC want to protect
at all costs? Or is this some kind of setup play, an open invitation to short
the others before the same stunt is pulled again ?

The only problem I have with the latter kind of thinking is that it gives these
bureaucrats credit for thinking and executing a plan. Of course whatever it is
they are doing is going to blow sky high anyway because that is the nature
of all such market manipulations.

Geändert von Silverbay (22.07.2008 um 02:22 Uhr). Grund: ref. Mishs' Art. on Thursday, July 17, 2008
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...endlich

KARADZIC IN HAFT

Bosnische Muslime bejubeln Festnahme


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Freudenfeiern in Sarajewo: Die Festnahme des mutmaßlichen Kriegsverbrechers Radovan Karadzic lässt seine Gegner jubeln - und seine Anhänger toben. Die Polizei musste mit einem Großaufgebot das Gerichtsgebäude in Belgrad sichern, in dem sich der einstige Serbenführer befindet. mehr...



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