Wednesday, January 28, 2009

When you can't afford the ransom....

Being kidnapped and held hostage without any money and no one to pay the ransom is a dilemma to be in.

The kidnappers must have known this when they took us.

An IOU from future generations will suffice for now but that doesn't mean you are free to go back to your previous world.

In fact, a new world order is what awaits you, a global governance that will see to it that you pay. The price tag of what you owe will be attached to everything you think you own. Failure to pay will result in forfeiture of all assets and possibly death.

(from the ransom note)

Many working people have yet to give in to the ransom demands but they are being swiftly moved in that direction. How many times have you heard from someone close to you, "There's nothing we can do?"

Economic collapse will be the big motivator for compliance.

The main stream media gives us hints of how the global community is reacting to the manufactured crisis.

CNN reports:

With overall global economic growth slowing to a near standstill this year, 2009 will be the most challenging year for economies across the globe since World War II, according to an International Monetary Fund report released Wednesday.

To help reverse the economy's course, several nations around the world with advanced economies have enacted fiscal stimulus plans, which could cost as much as 1.5% of advanced economies' GDP in 2009. The United States is currently considering a plan that would equal roughly 6% of its total economic output. The actions of those countries are expected to increase their debt levels to 7% of their GDP, up from 3.75% in 2008.

But the IMF said stimulus packages may not be enough. Countries around the globe should consider strong and complementary policy actions that help to fix the financial sector meltdown.

Globe and Mail reports:

"Against a background of mass job losses, collapsing house prices, plummeting stock markets [and] restrictions on credit, confidence may not yet have reached rock bottom," said Paul Dales, U.S. economist at Capital Economics.

Economist Ian Shepherdson of High Frequency Economics estimates that adult Americans are losing an average of $370 (U.S.) a week.

A few have decided to take themselves and their families out of the storm by murder and suicide. Residents blame family's murder-suicide on economy.

Police officers stood at the front of a crowded church on Tuesday night, offering what few answers they could to explain why a father would kill his wife and five children before turning the gun on himself.

The Lupoe family, whose seven bodies were discovered shot to death Tuesday morning in their home, represents the fifth mass death of a Southern California family by murder or suicide in a year.

"People are frustrated with their government," resident Xavier Hermosillo told city officials. "This is a societal decline."

Of course the whole state of California is actually bankrupt and reports of deadly frustration are likely to continue.

Halt to Tax Refund Payment to Conserve California's Dwindling Funds

Sacramento, CA (AHN) - California controller John Chiang ordered on Tuesday the Franchise Tax Board to place on hold for 30 days the mailing of tax refunds beginning Feb. 1 due to low state funds.

Chiang warned in middle of January that beginning next month he will start issuing IOUs next month to service providers and give priority on existing money to pay bondholders and schools.

California's governor and legislators have yet to agree to close the state's expected $41 billion deficit in the next 18 months. The closest they got was to cut spending by $6 billion.

Part of Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger's proposal to help raise funds to close the budget gap is to tax golf games, auto repairs, veterinary care, amusement parks, admissions on sports events and appliance and furniture repairs. If approved, it would add to the list of services already taxed by California, including gift wrapping, tuxedo rental and video rental for personal use.

"At some point it becomes so huge," said Michael Cohen, a top staffer at the nonpartisan Legislative Analyst's Office, "that the whole basic structure of the state begins breaking down."

California's budget morass also will ensnare local governments, which rely on state money to administer welfare payments and provide services to foster kids and the aged. Payments for those programs are among the first that would be postponed, putting the onus on counties to keep the services running.

Santa Clara County's director of social services, Will Lightbourne, said the county will do everything it can to protect its 35,000 to 40,000 aid recipients and foster kids next month.

"But beyond February I have little confidence," he said. "I have no idea what we will do. The county is looking at its cash position very closely.

"It's a scenario that's never happened before, so it's hard to visualize," Lightbourne said, a sentiment shared by many others following the mess in Sacramento. "If there comes a point where there's no money in the bank to back the check, we can't issue the check."

There's an old saying that as California goes so goes the rest of the nation.
More pain, taxes, unemployment and then a willingness to go along with proposals that may improve the situation.

That's where the globalists come in with a remedy.

They are working on it as we speak.

World Economic Forum.

Annual Meeting 2009
Davos-Klosters, Switzerland, 28 January - 1 February 2009
"Shaping the Post-Crisis World"

Klaus Schwab, Founder and Executive Chairman of the World Economic ForumThe World Economic Forum Annual Meeting 2009 promises to be one of the most important events in the Forum’s history. The significance of the Meeting is such that more than 40 heads of state and government have already confirmed their participation in Davos-Klosters where they will join business leaders as well as NGOs, Trade Unions and experts from a wide range of fields. The Meeting will be focused on managing the current crisis and shaping the entire post-crisis agenda, from economic reform to climate change.

The main long term objective will be to convince us that a world government with a global central bank will be the answer and if not.....

Chuck Baldwin quotes Walter Cronkite:

In his book, "A Reporter's Life," Walter Cronkite said, "A system of world order--preferably a system of world government--is mandatory. The proud nations someday will see the light and, for the common good and their own survival, yield up their precious sovereignty . . ." Cronkite told BBC newsman Tim Sebastian, "I think we are realizing that we are going to have to have an international rule of law." He added, "We need not only an executive to make international law, but we need the military forces to enforce that law." Cronkite also said, "American people are going to begin to realize that perhaps they are going to have to yield some sovereignty to an international body to enforce world law."

Baldwin continues:

It does not matter to a tinker's dam whether it is a Republican or Democrat who resides at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue? For the most part, both major parties in Washington, D.C., have been under the dominating influence of the international bankers who control the Federal Reserve, the CFR, and the Trilateral Commission. And this is also why it does not matter whether one calls himself conservative or liberal. For the most part, both conservatives and liberals in Washington, D.C., are facilitating the emerging New World Order.

Presidents Bush, Sr., Bill Clinton, and Bush, Jr. have thoroughly set the table for the implementation of the NWO, as surely as the sun rises in the east. All Obama has to do is put the food on the table--and you can count on this: Barack Obama will serve up a New World Order feast like you cannot believe!

The ransom money will not be forgiven.

The only question is, "What will freedom-loving Americans do about it?"

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