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 Post subject: Bank of England has "fallen off a cliff", Emirates' Meltdown
PostPosted: 09 Feb 2009, 1:51 pm 
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Heather Stewart The Observer, Sunday 8 February 2009 wrote:

Bank of England to issue grimmest warning yet on economy

MS Note:
Bank of England is considered to be the World's First Central Bank & the Fed is modeled on this legal creature, & other Central Banks as well.

Mervyn King (the BOE's Chief Banksteroid) will this week present the Bank of England's most pessimistic assessment yet of the outlook for Britain's economy, after a slew of official figures confirming that activity has "fallen off a cliff" since the autumn.

When the Bank's monetary policy committee reduced borrowing costs to just 1% last Thursday, it acknowledged that "the global economy is in the throes of a severe and synchronised downturn".

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Economists will be scrutinising the report for signals that the MPC is preparing to jump to "quantitative easing", the radical approach of pumping more cash into the economy.

On Friday the Bank said it will begin buying companies' debts using £50bn of taxpayers' money, in a new attempt to unblock the flow of credit.
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http://www.guardian.co.uk/business/2009/feb/08/recession-bankofenglandgovernor


nzherald.com wrote:
Emirates property prices 'fall off cliff' in meltdown - Property ...
4 Feb 2009 ... Emirates property prices 'fall off cliff' in meltdown ... have been either delayed or cancelled in the UAE, HSBC Bank Middle East said.
http://www.nzherald.co.nz/property/news/article.cfm?c_id=8&objectid=10555001&ref=rss




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 Post subject: Re: Bank of England has "fallen off a cliff", Emirates' Meltdown
PostPosted: 09 Feb 2009, 6:12 pm 
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It's amazing these folks are so greedy that they don't realize they would better extend the limited lifespan if they *gave* their play money to us... in which case it just gets converted to further debt just down the road. I just yesterday built a model which projects acceleration of the failure by the present "bailout"/"stimulus" packages... if anyone is interested.




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 Post subject: Re: Bank of England has "fallen off a cliff", Emirates' Meltdown
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Let's post it.




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Mario,

Is the BOE tied into other countries like Scotland and Ireland?

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Yes, BOE started this global 'controllable implosion' knighting Greenspan for a 'hell-great job'.




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Hello, I first read this site about 10 years ago and find it along with the Money Masters Documentary to be the best presentations about the current financial situation. Yes Mike, please post your continued analysis and new projections.




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Mike,

I agree with Ego Man, post it!

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There is BOLD PROPOSAL by David Korten complements Mike's MPE SOLUTION.
We need to put in action & united on this front before is too late.
http://www.commondreams.org/view/2009/02/12-5

A BOLD PROPOSAL FOR FULLY SUSTAINABLE MATHEMATICALLY PERFECTED ECONOMY POWERED BY INTEREST-FREE-CURRENCY!

A deregulated G-FIRE economy, i.e., Global Finance, Insurance, REAL ESTATE is burning out of any control.

John Cavanagh wrote:
Published on Thursday, February 12, 2009 by Huffington Post
A Bold Proposal for a New Economy

The free market guru Milton Friedman understood what so many progressives do not: that crises create opportunities for radical change. Naomi Klein called this the "Shock Doctrine." One of Friedman's opportunities was the brutal 1973 coup in Chile, which opened the door for the market-opening fundamentalism that Ronald Reagan and Maggie Thatcher then pushed around the world in the 1980s.

Today, the global and U.S. financial meltdowns offer such an opportunity for progressives. A progressive shock doctrine.

Why Wall Street Can’t Be Fixed &
How to Replace It
by David Korten
with MPE by PFMPE


Our hope lies not with Wall Street, Korten argues, but with Main Street, which creates real wealth from real resources to meet real needs. He outlines an agenda to bring into being a new economy—locally based, community oriented, & devoted to creating a better life for all, not simply increasing profits.

"The most important book to emerge thus far on the economic crisis."
—Peter Barnes, cofounder of Working Assets & author of Capitalism 3.0




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 Post subject: Re: Bank of England has "fallen off a cliff", Emirates' Meltdown
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What actions are you suggesting?

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A title for Mike's e-book, perhaps.
Eventually it must take a body of a book. e-book, DVD.

Mr. Larry, when figuratively speaking about the MPE, we are told what 'the water' is made out of i.e., 2 atoms of hydrogen & one of oxygen, others only tell what's in the water ignoring the fundamental component of a problem. So, therefore the Bold Proposal is MPE proposal for a solution leading to fully sustainable recovery.

Also please note who are the opinion makers, for example the last name of an opinion maker, as in the case Martin Wolf .. a wolf

Bubble Economy 2.0: The Financial Recovery Plan from Hell
http://www.globalresearch.ca/index.php?context=va&aid=12265
Michael Hudson wrote:
Martin Wolf started off his Financial Times column today (February 11) with the bold question: “Has Barack Obama’s presidency already failed?”[1] The stock market had a similar opinion, plunging 382 points. Having promised “change,” Mr. Obama is giving us more Clinton-Bush via Robert Rubin’s protégé, Tim Geithner.


The First Secretary of the Treasury Tim Geithner is also Henry Kissinger's protégé.
Why is Henry KISSinger back on MSM? Well, really he never left the table & his policies are always omnipresent.




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Ego Man wrote:
Hello, I first read this site about 10 years ago and find it along with the Money Masters Documentary to be the best presentations about the current financial situation. Yes Mike, please post your continued analysis and new projections.


I'm working on something (which is why I haven't been visible for the past few days). I'm trying to knock it out as fast as possible. Hopefully in a few days we'll have a video to beat all.




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WOW
AWESOME we are going downtown with MPE WOW




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That's good new Mike. Thanks for the response.




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Good news that is.




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Stimulus Package Explained Easy Way
http://www.perfecteconomy.com/f/viewtopic.php?f=22&t=403




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The beta video is out, and although the counters don't seem to indicate so, if you visit the YouTube technical forums on dysfunctional hit counters, you'll see that *many* videos which are actually receiving many thousands of views are not seeing their view counters increment at all. While this is a widespread problem at present, our substantial views would bear out, based on others' information, that we're getting very heavy traffic.

Nonetheless, no one's going to promote these things if you don't advocate watching it from beginning to end. This is the URL for the present program (you have to view the whole play list):

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FtwMkIssuUQ&feature=PlayList&p=4F0FC0AC39B3086A&index=0&playnext=1

THIS IS THE BETA. THERE ARE SUBSTANTIAL REVISIONS; IT WILL SOON CONCLUDE WITH A PROGRAM TO RESPOND TO — A CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT FOR Mathematically Perfected Economy™ AND GOVERNMENT INTEGRITY.




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While 12,000 homes a day continue to go into foreclosure, mathematically perfected economy™ would re-finance a $100,000 home with a hundred-year lifespan at the overall rate of $1,000 per year or $83.33 per month. Without costing us anything, we would immediately become as much as 12 times as liquid on present revenue. Transitioning to MPE™ would apply all payments already made against existent debt toward principal. Many of us would be debt free. There would be no housing crisis, no credit crisis. Unlimited funding would immediately be available to sustain all the industry we are capable of.

There is no other solution. Regulation can only temper an inherently terminal process.

If you are not promoting mathematically perfected economy™, then you condemn us to monetary failure.



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