Saturday, April 11, 2009

Soros sings bail-out theme

from Soros Funds Anti-Summers/Geithner Demos, While Praising Them Both

April 11, 2009 (LPAC)—While George Soros is funding a day of national demonstrations against the Summers/Geithner bailout, he praised both of them in an interview with AlterNet, a project of the Soros-funded Independent Media Institute, has called for demonstrations on April 11, demanding bank nationalization, removing their CEOs and ending bonuses, and breaking up the big banks—without a word about writing off the worthless assets.

At the same time, Soros told that "Bernanke is a fast learner, and Summers has an inquiring mind, and knows a lot about the markets." The only problem, says the Nazi-trained drug dealer, is that President Obama is always "a week behind events," and has to get in front, with his advisors, to re-capitalize the banks before they fall—in particular, to "nationalize the debts."

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Note that Soros was acting as if nothing has been accomplished as a result of the $15,000 billion, give or take a few, that has already been pumped into his and his buddies' gaping maws. Well, in fact, essentially nothing HAS been done compared to the, million-billion buck scale of what Soros considers "getting out in front."

Another theme of the bailout song, heard elsewhere, is to give a new description for each installment of the bailout, to give the impression that each installment constitutes a new approach, and isn't just a continuation of the "bailout" policy of bleeding the economy dry (perhaps "bleedout" would be more apt). If we continue to accept the false descriptions of the Fed's and the governments actions, global civilization will just disappear, very soon.