World Economy

The World Economy and How is That Affecting the United States

The Stage is Set: On Oct. 27, 1997, the US stock market dropped more than 500 points in one day. Wall Street almost panicked because it feared its greatest nightmare had returned. A 1929 type crash followed by a 1930ís type depression. Fortunately, that didnít happen; the market rebounded over 300 points the next day. In the end of 2017 the stage is set once again as the stock market has climbed over 23,000 which could cause catastrophic results in the near future, wiping out so many people as in the 1930ís. Those who are in the know are warning people to get out of the market and go into precious metals as that is one thing no one can artificially control. Gold and silver will remain as it has for thousands of years as no one can copy nor control it, even though many try.

In Hong Kong the market also dropped drastically one day and rebounded the next. This proves that we are already in a global market so interdependent that if Wall Street gets a cold, Japan, Hong Kong, London, Frankfort and other key markets start to sneeze. That should not be surprising, for the Bilderberg, the Trilateral Commission, the CFR, and other secret and semisecret organizations have been working for years to set up an interdependent world economy.

In July of 2007, the dollar dropped too within one cent of its lowest point ever against the Euro. On July 2, the dollar dropped below the British Pound for the first time in 26 years. Many countries are trying to cause our market to crash in an attempt to separate us from Israel who we are the sole major country supporting them.

There are many countries such as Iran and Venezuela trying to cause our oil prices to go through the roof causing financial problems for our citizens, hoping to cause problems with those in government.

Two motivations spur them to action (written in the later 1900ís):

  1. It is far more profitable to have the world as your market than one nation or even one region. This is what is behind the foolhardy investment of western capital to improve the economies of socialist China, Russia, and other failing countries.
  2. The one hundred year old, or older, idea that economic interdependence would make it economically impossible for nations to go to war with one another.

The recent passage in the US of GATT, NAFTA, and other fast track trading agreements proves we have reached the point of no return. This world is going to have world trade because the insiders who control our media, banking, government, and trade agreements want it that way.

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