It appears that Russia, probably in collaboration with China, is retaliating against sanctions and oil price manipulation by trying to disrupt the Anglo/Zionist money markets and crash the American stock market. If successful, the strategy will produce an economic decline in the USA and Europe similar to that which followed the collapse of the American housing market in 2008.
Last week saw a major increase in volatility in the financial markets. The outstanding event was a single massive trade of $3/4 Billion that caused a flash crash of the SP 500 futures market. Similar flash crashes have occurred in the Australian dollar (and probably other Anglo/Zionist currencies) during the last 6 months and are caused by single massive trades that cause an explosion of volatility. This is not High Frequency Trading, but single massive orders hitting the market like tactical nuclear weapons.
The massive trades in the Australian dollar have usually coincided with the opening of the Shanghai stock exchange, which suggests that the Chinese government is involved. A typical crash lasts about one second and can cause extreme losses for investors who are in the market when it happens. The effect of these crashes is to dramatically amplify market volatility and cause investors to leave the market.
If the volatility continues ~ especially in the American stock market ~ it is likely to lead to a major crash as institutional investors dump their shares, followed by mass exodus by the general population as fear and panic set in.
It’s interesting to note that the size of the Australian dollar trades was exactly 7,500 contracts every time the crash took place and the SP 500 trade was 75,000 contracts (the SP 500 is a correspondingly bigger market). The numbers 7,500 and 75,000 reinforce the theory that these trades originated from the same source.
Maybe the US and the Zio goons trying to crash the US markets and blame Russia and Putin.
I am sure Putin will get blame for Ebola next plus the California drought and anything else these psychopaths can think of.
They have learned these tricks from the Rothschild family and Rockefeller family. This is nothing new
Now these families can feel the taste of these tricks.
thanks for sharing this perspective.. it is an interesting consideration which i hadn’t thought of.. i was thinking the drop in oil prices was having an adverse effect, but i suspect that is only a small part of it.. james
Math wrong by one order of magnitude.
Yup, drop a zero from both sums.
Your contribution’s implicit premiss appears to be based on Cicero’s notion of cui buono.
In analysis qui buono is a way of discounting/obscuring unintended consequences and assigning unilateral agency, which is an impossibility in interactive lateral dynamic systems.
The other problem/danger in qui buono is that the definition of buono upon which qui is extrapolated and allegedly benefits is often an extrapolation and mapping of prejudgements, i.e. prejudice.
The lateral strategic question predicated on perceived purpose is – how can we benefit from this process – the initiator being of minor significance.
Ok, I’ve seen absurd comments on this site to reassure us all that everything is under control, but this takes the prize.
The FED prints as much money as it wants to prop up the stock market.
So good luck fighting the FED on that one.
That is the crux of the problem the rest of the world faces, what General De Gaulle himself had identified: the dollar being imposed on the rest of the world and the fact that the US can print it in unlimited quantities, that is to say, the biggest scam in history.
@ anon 12:18
“The lateral strategic question predicated on perceived purpose is – how can we benefit from this process – the initiator being of minor significance.”
This notion of a lateral strategic question is unfamiliar to me. For example if you assume for discussion’s sake that some power groups in the AZ want to reduce the world population by say 50% what would be a lateral strategic question there?
Russia with 2 Trillion Dollars can’t make a dent over the Financial Oligarchy Stocks. US 17Trillion +UK+ Germany+ France + … = 40 trillions Dollars
Cynics might argue that the PTB who control the Fed and Wall Street can just create some more fake shares electronically in one place and sell them to another fake place at a higher place to keep the market up. Paper shares are as obsolete as every other old standard these days.
It may create a dent by assymetric confrontation, and by attrition. Timing is the crucial element, and the choice of the spot for the blow and it seems that someone is thinking in those very terms :-)
I suppose your answer is meant for me although you didn’t say so ( f. ex. by adding @ NotSoFast at the beginning)
But anyway your answer seems somewhat cryptic to me – as you can see I am, in this example, Not So Fast compared to you :-). So do you have any links where I can examine this notion of a lateral strategic question and maybe understand your answer better?
With my thanks
NotSoFast said…@ 18 October, 2014 19:31
The lateral strategic question predicated on perceived purpose is – how can we benefit from this process.
I’ve seen it argued persuasively that the crash was largely a result of the Fed’s talk of ending QE, those massive injections of cash the financial institutions have gotten so addicted to.
This would explain why when a Fed boss said “OK, probably we’ll keep on doing QE after all” there was an instant rally.
This does not necessarily mean no Russians could be involved–for a stock market intervention to trigger major problems, there needs to be underlying malaise. For the markets right now, the malaise is that everyone knows there’s little supporting current prices except huge steaming piles of Fed funny money.