BIS: The most powerful bank in the world announces the crash: Sept 13, 2013

BIS: The most powerful bank in the world announces the crash

German Economic News | Posted: 19:09:13, 02:09 | 249 comments

The Bank for International Settlements (BIS) is the current situation

on the financial markets as worse than before the Lehman bankruptcy.

The warning of the BIS could be the reason why the U.S. Federal Reserve

decided to continue indefinitely to print money: Central banks have lost

control of the debt-tide and give up.

The decision by the U.S. Federal Reserve to continue indefinitely to print money (here ) might have fallen on ”orders from above”.

Apparently, the central banks dawns that it is tight.

Very narrow.

The most powerful bank in the world, the Bank for International Settlements(BIS) has published a few days ago in its quarterly report for the possible end of the flood of money directly addressed – and at the same time described the situation on the debt markets as extremely critical. The “extraordinary measures by central banks” – aka the unrestrained printing – had awakened in the markets the illusionthat the massive liquidity pumped into the market could solve the fundamental problems (more on the huge rise in debt – here ).

This clear words may have meant that Ben Bernanke and the Federal Open Market Committee, the Fed got cold feet. Instead, as expected, which is now formally announcing the end of the flood of money, the Fed has decided to just carry on as before. If one is to the BIS experts believe that no single problem is solved. All problems are only increasing.

Because the BIS but apparently does not know how they get the genie back in the bottle, it pays to listen to those who were part of the system – but now have no official functions and therefore more able to find clear words. The former chief economist of the Bank for International Settlements (BIS), William White, was also reported to be parallel to the BIS word. His statements are nothing more and nothing less than an announcement of the big crash.

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Fall Equinox the gate closes

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2013 Fall Equinox

I see things in the astral/etheric and then try to translate them the best I can. Things have been very volatile lately with some major things happening as the world decides which path to take, of course, it has chosen the right one!

One week left till the fall equinox .. . for us humans the major events of the coming year have to be placed and locked into the akashic record by the fall equinox if they are going to happen during the coming year as physical events. Technically the full moon is the finishing pressure point on Thursday and the pressure will be letting off the last few days. We will sense the most important events clicking into place prior to the full moon.

So consider a lot of critical events need to take place this coming…

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Fr Adolfo Nicolas: Military action in Syria would be “an abuse of power”

Fr Adolfo Nicolas: Military action in Syria would be “an abuse of power”

2013-09-05 Vatican Radio

The Jesuit General, Father Adolfo Nicolas, in an interview with John Pontifex of the Independent Catholic News posted on September 4, says military action in Syria would be an abuse of power.

Please find below the full text of the interview

The Jesuit General has accused the United States and France of an “abuse of power”, in considering military action in Syria and says the Jesuits fully support Pope Francis’ call for a day of prayer and fasting in support of peace this Saturday.

While he says he would not normally comment on international or political situations, Father General Adolfo Nicolás SJ says the current circumstances mean he cannot keep silent, stating: “I cannot understand who gave the United States or France the right to act against a country in a way that will certainly increase the suffering of the citizens of that country, who, by the way, have already suffered beyond measure.”
Fr Nicolás outlines three fundamental problems. Firstly, an abuse of power which, he says, would be like “the big boy of the neighbourhood” abusing, harassing and bullying the weaker members of the community. Secondly, he expresses concern about the lack of concrete information about the use of chemical weapons in Syria. And he highlights in particular the impact that any military action by the US and France would have upon “the ordinary innocent and poor people” of Syria.
The Jesuit General says “the danger is now” and he echoes the Holy Father’s call for a day of prayer and fasting for peace on 7 September. The full text of the extraordinary interview with him is given below.

Interview with Father General about Syria and peace

Q. The Holy Father has gone out of the way to speak for Peace in Syria, which is now under threat of a new attack by the United States and France. What do you think in this regard?
R. It is not customary for me to make comments on situations that have to do with international or political situations. But in the present case we are dealing with a Humanitarian situation that exceeds all the limits that would ordinarily keep me silent. I have to confess that I cannot understand who gave the United States or France the right to act against a Country in a way that will certainly increase the suffering of the citizens of that country, who, by the way, have already suffered beyond measure. Violence and violent action, like what is being planned, have to always be the last resort and administered in such a way that only the guilty are affected. In the case of a Country this is evidently impossible to control and, thus, it seems to me totally unjustified. We, Jesuits, support 100% the Holy Father and wish with all our hearts that the threatened attack on Syria does not take place.
Q. But, hasn´t the world a responsibility to do something against those who abuse power against their own people, like a Government using chemical weapons in a conflict?
R. We have right here three different problems that it is important to state clearly. The first is that all abuse of power is to be condemned and rejected. And, with all respect for the people of the United States, I think that a military intervention like the one being planned is itself an abuse of power. The US has to stop acting and reacting like the big boy of the neighborhood of the world. This leads inevitably to abuse, harassment and bullying of the weaker members of the community.
The second is that if there has been use of chemical weapons we still have to probe in a way that is clear to the whole world that one party in the conflict and not the other has used them. It is not enough that some members of the punishing Government make a statement of conviction. They have to convince the world, so that the world can trust in them. This confidence does not happen today, and many have already started speculation about the ulterior motives that the USA may have in the projected intervention.
And the third, that the means considered adequate to punish the abuse do not harm the very victims of the original abuse, once it has been proved to exist. Past experience teaches us that this is practically impossible (even if we call the victims “collateral damage”) and the results increase the suffering of the ordinary innocent and poor people. We all know that the great concern of the Wise Elders and Religious Founders of all traditions and cultures was “how to reduce human suffering?” It is very worrying that in the name of justice we plan an attack that will increase the suffering of the victims.
Q. Aren´t you particularly harsh on the United States?
R. I do not think so. I have no prejudice regarding this great Country and I have a few American Jesuits working with me whose opinions and services I value very highly. I have never entertained any negative feelings against the United States, a Country that I admire on many counts, including commitment, spirituality and thought. What disturbs me most now is that precisely this country I respect so much is at the point of doing such a terrible mistake. And something similar goes for France. A Country that has been a real leader in esprit, intelligence, and that has made gigantic contributions to Civility and Culture is now tempted to bring us back to barbarism, in open contradiction of what France has been a symbol of for many past generations: That two such Countries would come together for such an outrageous measure is part of the world´s anger. We are not afraid of the attack; we are afraid of the barbarism to which we are being lead
Q. But why speak out now?
R. Because the danger is now. Because the Holy Father has taken a measure that is extraordinary to indicate the urgency of the moment. To indicate that the 7th of September is a day of Fasting for the sake of Peace is an extraordinary measure and we want to join him in it. Remember that at one point in the Gospel, when the disciples of Jesus could not liberate a young man from an evil spirit, Jesus told them: “This kind of spirits cannot be driven away if not by prayer and fasting” I find it extremely upsetting that a Country that considers itself, at least nominally, Christian, could not imagine other ways of acting that would not be “military”, and, instead, contribute to bring Humanity back to the law of the jungle.
By: John Pontifex

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Reality Exists Outside Of Words, Numbers, And Symbols.

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We must all remember at all times that reality exists outside of these words, numbers, and symbols that many see here in the 3rd dimension. There is sooooo much more beyond the english language. Think about it, english is to my knowledge like the last language. I hope you don’t think that all those languages and cultural differences just transferred over smoothly without any issues. If you do, I respect your opinion, but based on human error and people being divided throughout much of language altering history, where many lies and deceitful acts took place due to the ego and the illusion of separation, I don’t think so. If we want to learn anything about nature/life/ our universe, then we must decode the words. When I say decode the words, i’m talking, especially the earliest languages where civilizations were building, and lived in great peace and harmony. Why wouldn’t we…

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