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Friday, February 14, 2014

As It Was, So Shall It Be

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The picture above shows a graph of how the stock market was in 1928 - 1929 and how it is now from 2012 - present. Looks almost like a mirror image, doesn't it? Sane people know that we, as a Nation, are spinning out of control. Politicians on both sides of the aisle are blending together so perfectly that it is getting harder to tell where one man ends and another begins. Obama and those who follow him lockstep are on par to bring us down even further. If I am at my limit for my credit card, I don't get to call them and say I want a higher limit. At some point, they cut me off and then start coming after me to pay what I owe. Why should the government be any different? Why should they receive a blank check to spend off the backs of hard working Americans? And why aren't more American's past the point of enough already?

I find the graph above to be very disturbing. History does, after all, repeat itself. And I fear we are heading for another crash. In 1929, the suicide rate went up dramatically. Bankers were killing themselves so they would not have to live a life of destitution. Pretty selfish in my opinion. But now, there are bankers supposedly committing suicide again. In fact, there have been 5 in the past couple of weeks. I am thinking these people are not killing themselves. I believe they know too much and are being systematically taken out by a diabolical government gone rogue. Call me crazy or a conspiracy theorist if you will, I do not care. Something nefarious is afoot and it does not bode well for America.

#1: William Broeksmit: A 58-year-old former senior executive at Deutsche Bank AG, William Broeksmit, was found dead on January 26 in his home after an apparent suicide in South Kensington in central London. He was found hanging in a residence on Evelyn Gardens, the street where Broeksmit lived, and that authorities aren’t treating the death as suspicious. 

#2: On January 27th, Tata Motors managing director Karl Slym, 51, jumped from his room at the Shangri-La hotel in Bangkok, Thailand. Police there are ruling it a suicide, but have not explained why. Slym was staying on the 22nd floor with his wife, and had not shown any signs of being suicidal.

#3: Gabriel Magee: Another tragic incident occurred on January 28, when a 39-year-old Gabriel Magee, a JP Morgan employee, died after falling from the roof of its European headquarters in London.

#4: Richard M. Talley, 56, was found dead on February 4, 2014, in his garage from self-inflicted nail gun wounds. The Arapahoe County Coroner the death a suicide as a result of 7 or 8 nails fired into the chest and head.

#5: Mike Dueker : 50-year-old Mike Dueker, who had worked for Russell Investment for five years, was found dead close to the Tacoma Narrows Bridge in Washington State. He may have jumped over a 4-foot fence before falling down a 40 to 50 foot embankment, Pierce County Detective Ed Troyer said. He said the death appeared to be a suicide.

#6: Missing; Oil Markets reporter David Bird. Bird has worked at the Wall Street Journal for 20 years and vanished without a trace on the afternoon of January 11, 2014. His work involves a commodities market, oil, which is under investigation by the U.S. Senate's Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations for possible manipulation. The FBI is involved in the Bird investigation.

NBC reported that “the family believes that his coverage of OPEC may be related to his disappearance.” 

These people did not commit suicide. When was the last time you heard of some guy killing himself with a nail gun that took 7 or 8 times? No, these people knew something and they paid the price for it. One can only hope that whatever they knew, they shared with someone else who will let others know what is going on. Obama is lawless and he has already become king over us all in his own mind. Let's work hard to keep his fantasy from becoming our reality.




2 comments:

  1. I wish the politicians would start offing themselves as well.
    C,J.

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    1. Now THAT would be a day for rejoicing!

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