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Intelligence insider: Obama administration agenda to “kill U.S Dollar”

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- Doug Hagmann

This week, I had a series of very sobering discussions with my highly-placed source within the intelligence world. The information he provided hit me like a proverbial tons of bricks. It connects everything we are seeing play out across the world, from the economic problems in Europe to the U.S. DHS ammunition acquisition orders and even the “gun control” debate. If you’re like me, you’re looking for clarity, context and focus with regard to all of the events we’re constantly hearing about but seem to lack legitimate explanation. I believe this report will provide the context and clarity we are all seeking, but I must warn you that the picture is not pretty.

The economic agenda: In plain sight

Some might be surprised to learn that the fate of America’s economy has already been determined, verified and announced by the Obama White House. Yet, it has received scant attention from the corporate media. In 2011, economist Kyle Bass interviewed a senior member of the Obama administration about its planned solutions for fixing the US economy and trade deficit[ia].

Among the questions he asked was about U.S. exports and wages, but the question itself was not nearly as important as the response he received from this senior administration official. In fact, this single, seven word response clarifies everything, explains everything, and leaves little else to discuss: “We’re just going to kill the dollar.”

There it is, the entire agenda in one short sentence. It explains everything we’ve been seeing domestically and globally. That one statement makes every other question irrelevant, or otherwise answers all economic questions and explains everything. Nothing else matters. I urge you to ponder that statement and all that it implies. Doing so will provide you with the clarity to understand not only what is taking place today, but what is yet to come.

Read more at: http://canadafreepress.com/index.php/article/54163

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Created out of thin air, Issued as a Compounding National Debt

A compounding false debt used to justify the tax collections.

Collected from the people to pay the compounding national debt.
(a false debt)

Used to identify those who will not submit.

Quite a nasty racket. Its all a control mechanism that uses claims of false debt to enslave people.

False Debt Slavery

I wish to opt out. What form is that opt out form again?


look at the 1980's when rates

look at the 1980's when rates went up and Reagan got into office. In 4 years Rand will be in office, rates will rise, and there will be a strong dollar and a bull market.

It's not just the Obama administration that...

wants to collapse the dollar. This is the same agenda of Republican leaders. Evidence of this is the Republican leadership's complete lack about concern about Fed policy. The following short video of George Soros commenting on the decline of the dollar and rise of Communist China is very informative.


http://www.dailypaul.com/277342 (Rand Paul: One person can make a difference)
http://www.StandUpForYourRights.me/?p=1264 (Fast and Furious hearing)

Right. His "inside

Right. His "inside source"....

Articles like this have been circulating on the net for years. It is simply made-up bullshit.

Plan for eliminating the national debt in 10-20 years:

Overview: http://rolexian.wordpress.com/2010/09/12/my-plan-for-reducin...

Specific cuts; defense spending: http://rolexian.wordpress.com/2011/01/03/more-detailed-look-a

All you Prechterites, keep

All you Prechterites, keep saving those dollars....

Democrats, socialists,

progressives, Fabians, university professors and mainstream economists do not study Austrian economics and do not want to destroy money or economy on purpose. Most people want to do the correct things and leave a positive legacy (besides being re-elected.) But as von Mises explained, their interference in economics for "common good" results in opposite (or side) effect that necessitates further interference and so on.