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The collapse of the American dollar and hidden agendas suicidal monetary stimulations Japan
Material posted: Publication date: 17-05-2013

The US dollar has flooded financial markets since that time, as Bernanke has launched a program of monetary stimulus – as it is believed to reverse the negative trends in the American economy. These huge amounts of toilet paper dollar is mainly concentrated on financial markets (and in Central banks) outside the United States. A huge part of these volumes is presented in the form of reserves with the Central banks of China and Japan.

If to call things by their proper names, the real value of the US dollar will not exceed a penny, and I'm really generous, as even toilet paper has its own value.

The fact that the US dollar is still accepted in the financial markets (in particular, Central banks), is not with his position as a reserve currency, but rather with the fact that it is secured (reinforced) by the armed might and nuclear blackmail of the U.S. military-industrial complex. Nuclear blackmail of Iran is the best example arising from his decision to trade their oil for other currencies and gold instead of the dollar toilet paper.

If the United States were no longer a source of military threat and a bully on a global scale, is able to blackmail with impunity the oil exporting countries of the Middle East, the world financial system, which depends on the dollar toilet paper, you would already have collapsed.

The question of why the dollar has not collapsed to date, as he was supposed to do?

When we make to the current situation common sense and logic, the answer becomes so simple that just catches your eye.

But you were unable to see the obvious, because the world's media, especially the financial, controlled mainly from London and new York, put up a smokescreen to hide the truth from you.

Let us step by step analyze the situation and refer to common sense.

1. The U.S. is the world's largest debtor. The largest creditors – China and Japan, followed by oil-exporting countries in the Middle East. Every day the value of the dollar toilet paper is becoming less and less. As I said earlier, even toilet paper has some intrinsic value. It becomes zero when to buy something, you need to push a wheelbarrow of U.S. dollars.

2. Up to what dollar toilet paper creditors, they cannot admit the fact that victims of trickery on the part of the world Too-Big-to-Fail Banks working in concert with the fed and Bank of England at the reception, dollar toilet papers. The Central bankers of these countries have something to protect in terms of reputation (not that kind of reputation really are because their so-called financial security is also part of the deception), and the political leaders who relied on them, were in even bigger trouble. How can political leaders be so foolish to trust these Central bankers (who have stashed in foreign tax havens huge dollar rolls of toilet paper as a reward for their complicity)? This is the current state of Affairs, in simple language. They don't sleep at night, tormented by anxiety, and not see if, and when, in relation to this greatest Scam in history, namely, the promotion and recognition of Fiat currencies with US dollar as the main one.

3. The world's financial elite with the fed head know that this state of things exists in their favor, and they squeeze from it every last drop! They also know that no country or organization has no military resources, so threats to demand from US to stop this Ponzi-scheme that has been operating since 1945 and has gained even greater momentum since 1971, when President Nixon untied the dollar from gold. Pound sterling is another story, but for the purposes of this analysis, it has nothing to do.

4. In addition, and as a result of the foregoing fraudulent scheme, countries were made to believe and accept the false economic theory that export generated growth (GDP) should be the basis of economic development, as the United States, with an unlimited supply of dollar toilet paper, have the ability and means to buy global export, being the largest consumer market in the world. As a result, the factories and workers of the world, including in developed countries such as France and Germany, worked until blue in the face, to be rewarded with the American paper dollar, the value of which is less than the cost of paper and ink that went to making it! Financial antics lasted for more than 40 years and during the global financial tsunami of 2008 came to a sudden and predictable end.

5. When the party ended, the United States was heavily in debt that was the result of a gambling financial speculation in the global casino of derivatives and consumer binge, financed by a mortgage of real estate. Debts must be given. But the U.S. has no means to do it. They can't produce the required amount of goods, so that the earned revenue to pay off the debts, because American industry has been outsourced to developing countries, factory No. 1 around the world was China. Therefore, the financial elite tasked Bernanke "helicopter" to take in the interests of the US and the UK significant steps to use the printing press (digital or otherwise) to slap even more dollar toilet papers, in order to repay their debt. In economic jargon this is called "monetizing the debt". This is the most that neither is fraud, but no one (meaning the Central bankers) in your mind this won't confess, because if appears true, they are strung up on lampposts, Italian partisans hanged by Italian fascist leader Mussolini.

6. From the outset, Central banks, faced with this situation and the need to deal with the restless masses, the regime launched an aggressive easing (devaluation of their currencies). But the price was terrible. In all countries leapt inflation. But for the simple reason that this scheme did not work out as planned, after the new barankovsky QE dollar toilet paper continued to go down. China recognized the threat and to redress the situation, has taken other measures, one of which was the entry into bilateral agreements with its trading partners on the financing of trade in their currencies accordingly. Such agreements were concluded between China and Japan, the BRICS, Malaysia, etc. This countermeasure has been perceived as a threat to the continued dominance of the regime of dollar toilet paper. As a result, Obama at the urging of the financial elites (he does not have the gray cells to think for myself) announced a change of foreign policy priorities – turning to Asia to prevent further weakening of the dominant role of the US dollar.

7. When Japan signed an agreement with China, her behavior was considered unacceptable because this country is under nuclear protection of the United States. Japan is caught between a rock and a hard place. It was expected that sooner or later the US will use its grip over Japan to make it behave as it should. Implementing the geopolitical strategy, the US dragged South Korea and the DPRK provoke this by organizing military exercises involving bombers B-2, capable of carrying nuclear weapons. North Korea responded as she expected. Japan was put in danger and reacted similarly, seeking the protection of the United States. To muddle and confuse the situation, the U.S. arranged the dispute between China and Japan over sovereignty over the Diaoyu Islands. This was followed by the establishment in Japan of the new regime by the election of Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and the appointment of Haruhiko Kuroda to head the Bank of Japan.

8. Now comes the mechanics of controsoffitti USA artificial strengthening the rule of (value) of dollar toilet paper. Japan was ordered to carry his party as a counter consideration for protection under the us nuclear umbrella. Must be enclosed the new version of the agreement at the Plaza – "the agreement "Plaza" on the contrary".

9. Let me be clear. Under the agreement "Plaza" in 1985 the dollar was devalued to reduce the deficit of the current articles of the balance of payments and help the US recover after the recession of the early eighties. This was a managed devaluation and the exchange rate of the dollar against the yen decreased from 1985 to 1987 to 51 percent, reached in March 1987 the level of ¥151 per US$1. The dollar continued to drop until 1988. The strengthening of the yen depressing impact on the Japanese exports and has brought to life a stimulating monetary policy, which resulted in the infamous asset bubbles of the late 1980s Then, in 1987, the country's "Big six" met in Paris with the aim of stopping the dollar's decline, control and stabilization of the international currency markets. The end result was the Louvre accord. In the next 18 months the dollar strengthened to ¥160 per US$1.

10. However, in the current situation, the devaluation of the dollar toilet paper became a result of the massive rounds of monetary stimulus, in order to allow the US to monetize its debt. However, the U.S. could continue to monetize their debts and to use the consensus between the Central banks of the world about the continued storage of dollar reserves, the value of the dollar should rise, otherwise the dollar will collapse and the US defaults on its debt, since lenders will no longer accept the dollar as a means of payment. The trick was to artificially inflate the value of the dollar, without causing any suspicion.

the dollar could collapse in a similar way, as it was not provided with gold. It became a purely paper currency! Then the trick was to create artificial demand for the dollar, which in turn raised the value of the currency. This was done through the proposal of Kissinger to the Arabs that if they "dollarized" oil exports, the US guarantees their security and even survival against the threats of Israel. After the Arabs agreed to these conditions, any country in the world had to buy oil for US dollars. Countries have to change their currency to dollars to buy oil. The demand for dollars strengthened the currency and extended the monopoly of American Fiat money.

12. And yet, at the moment this option is no longer available, since oil is now for sale and for other than the United States dollar, currencies. The petrodollar has lost its dominance. In any case, prolonged use of Petro-dollars would spike the oil price and in the current economic climate it would lead to inflation and the devastating consequences for the American and world economy – that is, deep recession. Therefore must be used other means.

13. This is the reason sudden "sakuratei" the monetary policy of the new Japanese regime of Shinzo Abe and Haruhiko Kuroda. My enemies accuse me of enthusiasm for conspiracy theories, but the facts speak for themselves. I mentioned before that the countries "Big seven" collectively tried to devalue their currencies, but that hasn't stopped the slide of the dollar, because since 2008, Bernanke increased the intensity of quantitative easing. But the EU did not want and could not adopt a suicidal policy of massive QE, as Germany knew first-hand about the negative consequences of hyperinflation. China would bow to the US did not go, and indeed, together with other members of the BRICS, he took countermeasures to neutralize financial weapons Bernanke in the form of QE. So that left only one country that could be forced to accept the American offer to commit harakiri to save and(or) to extend the life of toilet-paper the US dollar – Japan!

14. And so Japan started its massive unexpected monetary incentives, and a desirable effect is that the dollar is now toilet paper artificially increases in value relative to the yen and to a lesser extent, other currencies. And this cannot be disputed by my detractors because:

The financial elite of the countries "the seven" may 11, clearly agreed with this decent kamikaze policy of Japan.

Koichi Hamada has also declared earlier that the purpose of this policy will leave the dollar to rise to ¥110 per US$1, and this growth will be managed with diversity in time and happen in small increments (step-by-step approach) that will allow you to control the level of inflation in Japan, which will not exceed the agreed target level.

It is assumed that Japan can do it, because at the disposal of the huge dollar reserves. Two trillion to manage the devaluation! Department head of foreign-exchange strategy at Deutsche Bank ASG in new York Alan Ruskin said, "I think we're on the verge in the next few months to see 105 and 110 by the end of the year..." – and this, no doubt, should mean that the strategy Koichi Hamada definitely agree.

And in the end, I think that this "managed artificial appreciation of the" toilet paper dollar, although it has an effect in the short term, in long term will fail, because the fundamental problems of the American economy has not received the attention and not been resolved. Only real economic growth can reverse the demise of the dollar.

And by and large, will stop Bernanke quantitative easing, when the exchange rate of the yen will reach to the end of the year ¥110? Didn't Bernanke announced that QE will continue until 2015? And after Japan held a red line under ¥110, will she be able to risk causing further damage to its economy and to continue to prop up the US dollar for the mark ¥110?

Quadrillion casinos derivatives is a stone on the neck of the U.S. and global economy, and as long as this issue is not resolved, the crisis will only worsen. As with water, once a sufficient amount of heat reaches the boiling point.

Although I can't predict the exact date of the collapse, I am of the opinion that the end is near and waiting for a spark, flogged by "black Swan" – to then grow like a snowball to the scale of final ruin.

Source: http://mixednews.ru/archives/36218


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