30 Jul, 2014
by Dave Hodges
What will happen first? Will we fall under the specter of martial law and all that entails? Or, will we experience an economic collapse prior to martial law?
In the present state of affairs, it is very easy to focus on the invasion of America through our Southern border as the Fifth column insurgents make their way into the country in the form of MS-13 as they prepare to wreak havoc on any opposition to the coming takeover. We are also focused on the presence of unscreened immigrants coming into our country and who are failing to be screened for very serious health conditions such as Ebola. It easy to become fixated on things like the NDAA and unconstitutional, permanent detention. We are very focused on the shoot down of MH-17 and preparing for war with Russia. However, what we should be focusing on is the economic collapse which has already began.
Before we continue with the analysis of what comes first, let’s interject some common sense into this analysis. The global elite need a horrific war to rid themselves of the old system and usher in the new system. Out of chaos comes order. This will set into motion the depopulation agenda that will accompany this coming martial law and World War III. We know the globalists seek to maximize profits at every turn. Therefore, one should ask themselves the question, “How can they globalists make the most money as they usher in the New World Order? The answer is simple, if they want to realize maximum value for their efforts, they should steal as much money from the American people as possible, before collapsing the economy.
Why An Economic Collapse Will Happen First
America only has to look at three economic indicators to know that we are in a lot of trouble, The budget deficit is $17 trillion dollars, unfunded (partially or otherwise) mandated social programs constitutes another $222 trillion dollars and the credit swap derivatives total between $1 quadrillion dollars to $1.5 quadrillion dollars. Based upon these numbers, America has clearly been set up to fail.
When we look at Social Security, Medicare, Medicaid and all the government programs that we all take for granted, the price tag is a whopping $222 trillion dollars. These numbers are going to be exacerbated and grow exponentially because the bulk of the baby boomers are entering retirement age. Even if we took every single penny that the federal government takes in and devote it to paying off these social programs, it would take 111 years to pay off this debt.
In the United States, credit swap derivatives created national debt totals of over one quadrillion dollars. That is one thousand trillion dollars! The entire GDP of the planet is estimated at $66 trillion dollars. And somehow, in the infinite wisdom of Congress in 2008, we falsely and naively believed that a $750 billion transfer of wealth (i.e., Bailout #1) was magically going to save the economy and the collective futures of the American middle class. In short, the debt created by futures speculation is approximately 16 times greater than the sum total of the entire wealth on the planet! And we think we are going to climb out of this? We could fund 1,000 bailouts and the eventual outcome will be the same, slavery by debt. We are being held in place, while our financial assets are being separated from our soon-to-be dead corpses.
By Greg Hunter
July 30, 2014
Real Estate expert Fabian Calvo says boom bust housing crisis is on the way. Calvo explains, “There are a lot of outlier indicators that show the run-up to another big boom in housing prices. If you look back and consider my theory of the ‘pump and dump’ in March of 2012, when I said housing prices would shoot through the roof, housing prices are up over 26%.
We are entering one of the most dangerous periods of the housing market with the manipulated, Ponzi style booms similar to what we say in Dow Jones and the stock market.” Calvo goes on to say, “I am often surprised that the real estate market is not talked about more. It is a central key component of the overall Wall Street Ponzi scheme that they are running in the West, and really globally, when it comes to propping up the dollar and propping up financial markets.” Calvo contends there are signs the power players are getting ready to dump real estate. Calvo says, “John Paulson, we know he made billions of dollars betting against subprime; he knew the handwriting was on the wall. What’s he betting on now? He just put in a half billion dollars to buy a big company called Realogy.
Realogy happens to own Coldwell Banker, Century 21, ERA, Sotheby’s; so you see what he’s doing. We also know Warren Buffett bought Prudential. They are buying up these real estate brokerage houses because they know this new wave of real estate is going to be anyone who can fog up a mirror will be able to get a loan, including the millions of illegal aliens that are flowing over the border. They are going to be giving loans to them as well to buy up these homes.” Calvo, whose company buys and sells $100 million worth of real estate annually, also points out, “You have these housing companies who own millions of properties, and they are already starting to sell mortgage-backed securities and securitizing these bundles.” Calvo thinks it’s deja vu all over again, and what will happen? Calvo says, “Soon enough, the same thing that crashed the market in 2007 and 2008.
That is such an incredible development in the housing markets, and the greater ramifications in the housing markets are huge.” Calvo also says, “This is really being done to mask the systemic problems we have in the economy. It’s kind of this idea of bread and circuses. If you have people getting money, basically free no money down loans where people can buy homes and buy cars, they’re not thinking how bad this economy really is. It is such a symbolic end-of-the-road type of indicator for me.” Calvo adds, “I would say the U.S. dollar is wounded.
The criminal bankers on Wall Street are cornered, and that’s why they need to get people’s minds off of things by blowing up this economy again to the upside before a big letdown.” On the strength of the U.S. dollar, Calvo claims, “I absolutely believe there is going to be a crisis or collapse. I have it on pretty good word that, in the next six months, there is going to be some kind of shock to the U.S. economy. But it will be spun that it is going to be a good thing. People need to understand, that this time around, it’s not just going to be housing. It is going to be this multi-bubble collapse that is going to take the bond market down, the dollar down, and the stock market down. They are all going to collectively implode.” Join Greg Hunter as he goes One-on-One with Fabian Calvo, founder of TheNoteHouse.us.