The New York Federal Reserve Has Signaled the End of the Dollar Is Near

Ultimately, this article is written for individuals who are naive enough to believe that 2015 will look and feel like 2014. The banksters have positioned world events, both militarily and economically, to make 2015 a pivotal year in world history.

Goldman Sachs Leads the Charge to Armageddon

Twenty one months ago, in response to the undeniable Goldman Sachs chicanery with regard to the manipulation of the gold market, I wrote the following:

“However, the best predictor of the coming crash will coincide with the globalists cornering the majority of the gold market on this planet. After the globalists gain control of the gold, then we will witness a countdown to economic Armageddon in which all currencies will hyper-inflate prior to collapsing. Then humanity will be at the mercy of people who have no sense of decency and respect for life“.

I maintain that the international banking cabal, as represented by the actions of Goldman Sachs and the New York Fed, have gained control of the lion’s share of gold supply, thus rendering their dependence on hard currency (i.e. the Petrodollar and the Euro) to be irrelevant. Meanwhile, the rest of the planet is dependent on highly volatile fiat paper currencies.

If you understand the events related to these statements, along with their consequences, then you have already divested yourself from nearly all paper currencies and the Ponzi scheme driven stock market. To the fully awake and aware person, a bank is merely a landmark that you pass on your way to your final destination. If the catastrophic significance of these statements is not readily apparent, then please read on, the meaning will become crystal clear.

The Measure of Wealth Is Relative.

Before one can grasp what is happening to their collective wealth in this country, one must come to understand that all wealth is relative to what others own and control. For example, if everyone in the United States owns a dollar, then nobody is rich and nobody is poor. However, if you own a dollar and you can cause the dollar of your fellow Americans to significantly decline in value while your dollar maintains it value, then you control the Presidency, the Congress and are also the new owners of the Federal Reserve and its subsidiary financial organizations such as Goldman Sachs. In other words, wealth is relative. Wealth is not only built by acquiring assets, but relative wealth is also established by driving down the value of wealth of one’s competitors. These two strategies are simultaneously being employed by the banksters….

When the controllers of all central banks, the Bank of International Settlements, introduced credit swap derivatives into the futures market, the central banksters gobbled up this Ponzi scheme like an addict on crack cocaine. However, as the derivatives scheme failed, the resulting debt ($1.5 quadrillion dollars) was greater than the sum value of the entire planet ($80 trillion dollars). The bankers successfully transferred the debt to national governments in which the debt would be paid down with national fiat currencies. Since the central banksters know the fate of these currencies they have escaped to gold and real estate, thus leaving you and me holding the bag with our soon-to-be worthless petrodollars.


Are the American people helpless spectators in their planned economic demise? For most Americans that is true. The FDIC only has about 1.5% of the cash needed to insure the entire nation’s banks. The banks, if we are lucky only have about 10% of the cash that they claim they have on deposit (i.e. fractional reserve banking). Therefore, Americans could theoretically only gain access to about 10% of their money in the bank. However, no American will be compensated for the loss of their bank accounts and retirement funds. Remember the G20 resolution which stated that derivatives debt is first in line to be paid down in the event of a banking collapse. This means that American citizens will get nothing.

To the few that will heed these warnings and are subsequently motivated to act to soften the crash, there are some things that can be done by a very limited number of people if they act very quickly. This will be the subject of tomorrow’s article. Have a safe New Year.

By Dave Hodges – The Common Sense Show –

Banks Ignore the Bankruptcy Laws

Big Banks continued unlawful actions that only result in “slap on the wrist fines” that in many cases are passed on to the shareholders and/or used as a tax deduction. It seems that Wall Street and the Banksters have not learned a thing. Or have they?

The latest wrinkle in Banksters taking advantage of American citizens is noted in a Crooks and Liars report which detailed an investigation into several Big Banks and their alleged refusal to honor the orders of Bankruptcy judges across the country. Of course, the “usual suspects” have been named in the latest investigations.

“The practice — a subtle but powerful tactic that effectively holds the credit report hostage until borrowers pay — potentially breathes new life into the pools of bad debt that are bought by financial firms.

Now lawyers with the United States Trustee Program, an arm of the Justice Department, are investigating JPMorgan Chase, Bank of America, Citigroup and Synchrony Financial, formerly known as GE Capital Retail Finance, suspecting the banks of violating federal bankruptcy law by ignoring the discharge injunction, say people briefed on the investigations.” Crooks and Liars

What the US Trustee Program is investigating is the alleged practice by the aforementioned target banks of refusing to extinguish the debts that Bankruptcy judges have ordered extinguished and keeping those debts on the debtor’s credit reports. Without the debts being removed from the credit reports, discharged debtors are caught in a never ending process of trying to pay off discharged debts, just to renovate their credit ratings.

Of course, this practice is in direct conflict with our bankruptcy laws, but the law never seems to get in the way of Big Banks….

By Lawrence E. Rafferty – –