Musical Lesson: How Central Banks & Governments Cause Stock Market Crises

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Prelude

 

I’m dreaming dreams, I’m scheming schemes,
I’m building castles high.
They’re born anew, their days are few,
Just like a sweet butterfly.
And as the daylight is dawning,
They come again in the morning!

I’m forever blowing bubbles,
Pretty bubbles in the air,
They fly so high, nearly reach the sky,
Then like my dreams they fade and die.
Fortune’s always hiding,
I’ve looked everywhere,
I’m forever blowing bubbles,
Pretty bubbles in the air.

When shadows creep, when I’m asleep,
To lands of hope I stray!
Then at daybreak, when I awake,
My bluebird flutters away.
Happiness, you seem so near me,
Happiness, come forth and cheer me!

I’m forever blowing bubbles,
Pretty bubbles in the air,
They fly so high, nearly reach the sky,
Then like my dreams they fade and die.
Fortune’s always hiding,
I’ve looked everywhere,
I’m forever blowing bubbles,
Pretty bubbles in the air.

This is a very big political, economic, and moral problem.  Rather it is a very big aspect of the overall monstrous leviathan constantly debilitating Americans and the peoples of the world.  Even more titanic crises also concomitant with this global monstrosity include governmental tax extortion for power, redistribution, and graft, along with central banksters’ vast, parasitic profiteering – and the debauching of our own wealth through the inflation of prices of goods and services. And all that centralized, kleptocratic wealth is ever more set against us, by means of the vast array of collectivist “movements” and operations this money, stolen from us, feeds. – AW

——GB——

Orchestration:

At The Scratching Post
By K T Cat

Bubble-SoapHow Central Banks Printing Money Turns into Stock Bubbles

From Bloomberg:

Japan’s $1.2 trillion Government Pension Investment Fund will increase its allocation target for local shares to about 25 percent from 12 percent, the Nikkei newspaper reported without attribution. GPIF will also boost its holdings of foreign bonds and stocks to about a combined 30 percent from 23 percent, while reducing domestic debt to the 40 percent level from 60 percent, the Nikkei said Oct. 18.

  1. The Bank of Japan (BoJ) prints money.
  2. It uses the money to buy government bonds (domestic debt, above).
  3. The Government Pension Investment Fund sells its government bonds to the BoJ.
  4. The Government Pension Investment Fund uses that money to buy Japanese stocks.
  5. Stock prices rise and everyone feels wealthier.
  6. Yay!

Printed money has become real wealth. Well, it’s real only so long as you can get yours out of the market and run away to some place where they don’t print money out of thin air to inflate stock prices.

Is there such a place any more?

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