Wednesday, February 18, 2009

Was the Financial System Under Attack 0n 9/11/08? By Whom? Why That Date - 9/11, UPDATED

I have always said the deciding factor in Barack Obama's win was the economic crises. McCain was leading in the polls up to that point, but after Barack Obama took the lead and kept it up to the election. I believed that the economic crises was created by Paulsen & Co to assure a win for Obama. Seems I was partly correct, this appears to be bigger than Paulsen and was a "financial jihad" perpetrated on America. Read on...

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You cannot say the attack was unsuccessful - you had a regime change in the US, many lost their fortunes, banks continued to collapse and the nation might still face a depression. The big question in my opinion is WHO (not why). 9/11 was picked as the date - could it be any more obvious as to why? The likelihood that "friends and allies" from "the religion of peace" committed financial suicide bombing within US institution is high right now. (The date, think of the date)

More about the attack, Gateway Pundit, who raises more political questions regarding the generational theft spendulus:
Rep. Kanjorski Drops Bomb... US Financial System Was Attacked On September 11th

Catastrophic Financial Attack On 9-11 Caused Economic Meltdown!
Rep. Paul Kanjorski (D-PA) told CSPAN: "It would have been the end of our economic and political system."

The catastrophic attack occurred on September 11, 2008?
Why is this news just now getting out?
Capitalism Gone Wild reported:

Rep. Paul Kanjorski of Pennsylvania explains what former Treasury Secretary Paulson and Fed Chairman Bernanke told congress during the September 2008 closed door session. During the first third of the video an enraged caller is ranting to Rep. Kanjorski about how wasteful the first $700 billion bailout was. The best part is 2 minutes and 15 seconds into the tape where Rep. Kanjorski reveals what Paulson and Bernanke told congress that shocked them into supporting the first $700 billion bailout.

On Thursday Sept 15, 2008 at roughly 11 AM The Federal Reserve noticed a tremendous draw down of money market accounts in the USA to the tune of $550 Billion dollars in a matter of an hour or two. Money was being removed electronically.

The Treasury tried to help, opened their window and pumped in $150 Billion but quickly realized they could not stem the tide. We were having an electronic run on the banks. So they decided to closed down the accounts.

Had they not closed down the accounts they estimated that by 2 PM that afternoon. Within 3 hours. $5.5 Trillion would have been withdrawn and the entire economy of the United States would have collapsed, and within 24 hours the world economy would have collapsed.

Rush Limbaugh commented on this bomb earlier in the week:

The question is who was doing this? Who was withdrawing all this money? And the next question is why? That's where my mind starts exploding, and this is dangerous to have these explosions going this way. Could it have been George Soros? Could it have been a consortium of countries -- Russia, China, Venezuela -- countries that are eager to have Barack Obama elected because they know that will make it easier for them to continue their own foreign policies in the world?

This is all very interesting-- When President Hussein was campaigning and the "economic crisis" hit, he did not think it pressing enough to leave the campaign trail, but now we should push through a trillion dollars in legislation without oversight because a few weeks later the King deems it urgent?

Pennsylvania Democrat reveals the financial crisis was deliberate, planned, staged:

At 2 minutes, 20 seconds into this C-SPAN video clip, Rep. Paul Kanjorski of Pennsylvania explains how the Federal Reserve told Congress members about a "tremendous draw-down of money market accounts in the United States, to the tune of $550 billion dollars." According to Kanjorski, this electronic transfer occured over the period of an hour or two.

As reported on Eye of the Storm

LATER: Felix Salmon’s (the CNP Blogger) follow-up tries to put the story down, suggesting that this is Kanjorski’s story alone, backed only by the anonymous quotes in the New York Post article. However, note this in the Joint Economic Committee report

However, note this in the Joint Economic Committee report Financial Meltdown and Policy Response

On Thursday September 18, 2008, institutional money managers sought to redeem another $500 billion, but Secretary Paulson intervened directly with these managers to dissuade them from demanding redemptions. Nevertheless, investors still redeemed another $105 billion. If the federal government were not to act decisively to check this incipient panic, the results for the entire U.S. economy would be disastrous.

Kanjorski was/is not a member of that committee. If his account is mistaken, he’s not the only Congressman out there with bad information.


ConservativePup said...

Great post! I am just learning about this in the past few days. I linked to your post today. Great job!

I, like probably many others, believed from the beginning that the financial "crisis" was manufactured. This is an amazing story, made even more amazing by not being reported on by the supposed "real" media.

Thank goodness for bloggers!

apackof2 said...

Thanks! This needs to be posted in local newspapers Forums too!