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We are watching history unfold before our very eyes while being skillfully manipulated, distracted, and kept in the dark. This special edition has video’s, articles, and proof that we are being played for suckers and fools. “They” think if the can keep us hypnotized and asleep that they will succeed. What is needed today is a new generation of Paul Revere’s to sound the alarm for Americans. We have been invaded and are losing the war without so much as a whimper! NOW right now is the time to stop being Democrats, Republicans, Libertarians, now is the time to UNITE AS AMERICANS! WE NEED TO KEEP AMERICA FREE AND WE NEED TO START NOW! IT IS ALREADY ALMOST TOO LATE!

***PLEASE*** Do your own research and find out for yourself… Google Search the terms”New World Order”, “TriLateral Commission”, “Council on Foreign Relations”, and “Bildenberger’s” find out how many highly respected people are finally starting to warn you about this sinister and outright grab for world domination! After you finish this post, please pass/send the link to this post onto as many people as you can… before it is too late! -jschulmansr

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This was sent to me by Peter Grandich

Peter Grandich was the founder and managing member of Grandich Publications which published The Grandich Letter since 1984. His commentary on the mining and metals markets have been read by tens of thousands of subscribers and relied upon by major financial media around the world.

Here is his Latest Blog Post

Grandich Opens The Closet Door Again – Agoracom

By: Peter Grandich

When I came out of the closet, I made it known I would do more than just comment about markets here. I knew some would not like it then and I know some will not like it now.

From time to time during my 25 years in and around the financial industry, I would come across an individual or group who would preach about “A New World Order” or something to that effect. I found most of these people either “out in left field” or had an agenda to sell products and services to go along with their “views”. However in recent times, I’ve come across some very intelligent people and groups who have demonstrated to me they were neither kooks nor salesmen. Their thoughts and opinions were both logical and reasonable.

After watching and listening to what has unfolded at the G-20 this past week and what’s been evolving in Washington and throughout the United States, I no longer wonder is something along the lines of a “New World Order” possible, but rather how far long are we to one?

This is not a kook’s only video.

As an American, I’m extremely concern we’re losing (or already lost) what made this country once great. I believe our President and me see things much differently. I find what this gentleman portrayed in this video to be of keen interest to me and what I believe this country must do before it’s too late.

Finally, I’ve had more discussions with various people about what we can do if we’re truly entering a tribulation or a way of life totally different then our past generations. I tell them I worry too but then I try to remember this and to realize the battle may be near but the outcome has already been determined.

“Jesus said, I have told you these things so that in me you may have peace. In this world you will have trouble. But take heart! I have overcome the world.”    John 16:33

Have a most blessed Holy Week!

Here is the Video…

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Next Comes From Alex Jones of Prison Planet.com

The Obama Deception HQ Full length version- You Tube

Source: You Tube

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This is From Bloomberg Financial News:

G-20 To Shapes New World Order With Lesser Role For U.S., Markets – Bloomberg.com

By Rich Miller and Simon Kennedy

April 3 (Bloomberg) — Global leaders took their biggest steps yet toward a new world order that’s less U.S.-centric with a more heavily regulated financial industry and a greater role for international institutions and emerging markets.

At the end of a summit in London, policy makers from the Group of 20 yesterday delivered a regulatory blueprint that French President Nicholas Sarkozy said turned the page on the Anglo-Saxon model of free markets by placing stricter limits on hedge funds and other financiers. The leaders also pledged to triple the resources of the International Monetary Fund and to hand China and other developing economies a greater say in the management of the world economy.

“It’s the passing of an era,” said Robert Hormats, vice chairman of Goldman Sachs International, who helped prepare summits for presidents Gerald R. Ford, Jimmy Carter and Ronald Reagan. “The U.S. is becoming less dominant while other nations are gaining influence.”

A lot was at stake. If the leaders had failed to forge a consensus — Sarkozy this week threatened to quit the talks if they didn’t back much tighter regulation — it might have set back the world’s economy and markets just as they’re showing signs of shaking off the worst financial crisis in six decades.

That’s what happened in 1933, when President Franklin D. Roosevelt torpedoed a similar conference in London by rejecting its plan to stabilize currency rates and in the process scotched international efforts to lift the world out of a depression.

More Conciliation

Seeking to avoid a repeat of that historic flop, President Barack Obama junked the at-times go-it-alone approach of his predecessor, George W. Bush, and adopted a more conciliatory stance toward his fellow leaders.

“In a world that is as complex as it is, it is very important for us to be able to forge partnerships as opposed to simply dictating solutions,” Obama told a press conference at the conclusion of the summit.

Stock markets rose in response to the steps taken by the G-20 leaders. The Standard & Poor’s 500 Index climbed 2.9 percent to 834.38. The Dow Jones Industrial Average added 216.48 points, or 2.8 percent, to 7,978.08. Both closed at their highest levels since the second week of February.

In an effort to promote harmony, Obama soft-pedaled earlier U.S. demands that the summit agree on a specific target for fiscal stimulus in the face of opposition from France and Germany. Instead, he settled for a vague pledge that the leaders would do whatever it takes to revive the global economy.

Repudiation of Past

The president also signed on to a communiqué that Nobel Laureate Joseph Stiglitz said repudiated the previous U.S.-led push to free capitalism from the constraints of governments.(See My Post From Yesterday For Actual Article)

“This is a major step forward and a reversal of the ideology of the 1990s, and at a very official level, a rejection of the ideas pushed by the U.S. and others,” said Stiglitz, an economics professor at Columbia University. “It’s a historic moment when the world came together and said we were wrong to push deregulation.”

In bowing to that view, the leaders conceded in a statement that “major failures” in regulation had been “fundamental causes” of the market turmoil they are trying to tackle. To make amends and to try to avoid a repeat of the crisis, they pledged to impose stronger restraints on hedge funds, credit rating companies, risk-taking and executive pay.

“Countries that used to defend deregulation at any cost are recognizing that there needs to be a larger state presence so this crisis never happens again,” said Argentine President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner.

Financial Stability Board

A new Financial Stability Board will be established to unite regulators and join the IMF in providing early warnings of potential threats. Once the economy recovers, work will begin on new rules aimed at avoiding excessive leverage and forcing banks to put more money aside during good times.

German Chancellor Angela Merkel, who had unsuccessfully sought to convince the U.S. and Britain to sign on to similar steps before the crisis began in mid-2007, hailed the communiqué as a “victory for common sense.”

The U.S. did, though, take the lead in getting the summit to agree on an increase in IMF rescue funds to $750 billion from $250 billion now. Japan, the European Union and China will provide the first $250 billion of the increase, with the balance to come from as yet unidentified countries.

“This will provide the IMF with enough resources to meet the needs of East European nations and also provide back-up funding to a broader set of countries,” said Brad Setser, a former U.S. Treasury official who’s now at the Council on Foreign Relations in New York.

IMF Allocation

The G-20 also agreed to an allocation of $250 billion in Special Drawing Rights, the artificial currency that the IMF uses to settle accounts among its member nations. The move is akin to a central bank such as the Federal Reserve effectively creating money out of thin air, except it’s on a global scale.

The increase in Special Drawing Rights will allow countries to tap IMF money without having to accept changes to economic policies often demanded as a condition of aid. The cash is disbursed in proportion to the money each member-nation pays into the fund. Rich nations will be allowed to divert their allocations to countries in greater need.

The G-20 said they would couple the financing moves with steps to give emerging economic powerhouses such as China, India and Brazil a greater say in how the IMF is run.

Emerging Markets Benefit

Citigroup Inc. economists Don Hanna and Jurgen Michels called the summit agreement “a boon to emerging markets” in a note to clients yesterday.

Mexico said Wednesday it will seek $47 billion from the IMF under the Washington-based lender’s new Flexible Credit Line, which allows some countries to borrow money with no conditions.

Emerging-market stocks, bonds and currencies rallied yesterday on speculation other developing nations will follow Mexico’s lead. Gains in Polish, Czech and Brazilian stocks helped push the MSCI Emerging Markets Index up 5.6 percent to 613.07, the highest since Oct. 15.

In a bid to avoid another mistake of the depression era, G-20 leaders repeated an earlier pledge to avoid trade protectionism and beggar-thy-neighbor policies that could aggravate the decline in the global economy.

The Paris-based Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development predicted this week that global trade will shrink 13 percent this year as loss-ridden banks cut back on credit to exporters and importers.

Trade Finance

To help combat that, the G-20 said they will make at least $250 billion available in the next two years to support the finance of trade through export credit agencies and development banks such as the World Bank.

The summit took place amid speculation among investors that the deepest global recession in six decades may be abating. Data released yesterday showed orders placed with U.S. factories rose in February for the first time in seven months, U.K. house prices unexpectedly gained in March and Chinese manufacturing increased. Still, a report today is forecast to show U.S. unemployment at its highest in a quarter-century.

“If the economy turns more favorable, this meeting will probably be viewed as a milestone,” said C. Fred Bergsten, a former U.S. official and director of the Peterson Institute for International Economics in Washington.

The G-20 members are Argentina, Australia, Brazil, Canada, China, France, Germany, India, Indonesia, Italy, Japan, South Korea, Mexico, Russia, Saudi Arabia, South Africa, Turkey, the U.S., the U.K. and the European Union. Officials from Spain and the Netherlands were also present.

To contact the reporters on this story: Rich Miller in Washington rmiller28@bloomberg.net; Simon Kennedy in Paris at Skennedy4@bloomberg.net

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G20 ushers in a ‘new world order’- Globe and Mail

BOLD STEPS 8 Leaders shift from U.S. model of freewheeling finance, forming historic accord to regulate risk UNITED FRONT 8 Countries pledge $1-trillion in aid for struggling nations, but economists blast lack of new stimulus

LONDON — The leaders of the Group-of-20 countries put on a show of unity yesterday to fight the global recession with pledges of more than $1-trillion (U.S.) in aid to help struggling countries and revive trade.

But their failure to unveil new stimulus spending was criticized as a “disappointment” by economists, who fear the global downturn will only deepen unless governments everywhere open the stimulus spigots even further.

The G20 countries also agreed to rein in the world’s financial system through the creation of international accounting standards, the regulation of debt-ratings agencies and hedge funds, a clampdown on tax havens and controls on executive pay. But the lack of details on these proposals suggests they will not become effective any time soon.

U.S. President Barack Obama, who had been calling for more stimulus spending, nonetheless welcomed the communiqué.

“The steps that have been taken are critical to preventing us sliding into a depression,” Mr. Obama told reporters after the close of the G20 gathering. “They are bolder and more rapid than any international response that we’ve seen to a financial crisis in memory.”

Characterizing the agreement as historic, British Prime Minister Gordon Brown, the summit’s host, said the agreement ushered in a new period of international co-operation while ending the era of the Washington consensus, a term from the late 1980s that has come to be equated with market fundamentalism.

“Today we have reached a new consensus that we take global action together to deal with problems that we face, that we will do what is necessary to restore growth,” he said.

Prime Minister Stephen Harper joined fellow leaders in the praise, saying new regulations will help the market work better. “The declaration is very clear that globalization, that open markets, that liberalized trade remain the essential base of our economic system and will be the basis of any recovery and future economic growth,” he said.

The agreement was the object of last-minute negotiations, and overcame the initial objections of German Chancellor Angela Merkel and French President Nicolas Sarkozy, who at one point threatened to leave the meeting if it did not agree with his position on stricter regulation of the financial world.

Ms. Merkel said she was pleased the group came to a broad agreement after such a short period of time. “We now have been able to rally around a message of unity,” she told a news conference.

Mr. Sarkozy said his alliance with Ms. Merkel worked well.

“We would never have hoped to get so much,” he said.

Yesterday’s agreement calls for the creation of a Financial Stability Board, which is designed to work with the International Monetary Fund to provide early warning of financial risks and the actions needed to reduce them. The agreement says the countries will take action against tax havens by slapping sanctions against offending nations. “The era of banking secrecy is over,” the communiqué said.

The $1-trillion-plus in emergency aid is anchored by a commitment to add $500-billion to the resources of the IMF, taking it to $750-billion, a level that should give it enough firepower to extend bailout loans to the hardest-hit countries. Of this amount, $100-billion will come from the European Union, $100-billion from Japan and $40-billion from China.

Another $250-billion will be given to the IMF to support special drawing rights, the organization’s own “basket” currency that can be used to boost global liquidity. Trade finance will be supported with $250-billion channelled through the World Bank and export agencies, though almost none of that amount has been committed yet. The IMF has also agreed to sell gold reserves to provide as much as $50-billion in aid to the poorest countries.

The G20’s IMF measures were more aggressive than expected and helped lift the world’s markets. Commodities such as oil and metals rose as traders evidently took the view that global growth would revive more quickly than they had expected. News of possible U.S. accounting changes of the mark-to-market rules, used to value assets, helped to trigger a bank rally.

“What is most encouraging for the G20 leaders summit in London today is the building evidence that the Lehman-related collapse in global demand seems to be coming to an end,” Derek Halpenny, the head of currency research at Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ in London said in a report yesterday.

The communiqué also called on countries to resist protectionist measures.

The regulatory changes agreed by the G20 countries are sweeping, but lacked detail about their scope and implementation, whether or not they could be enforced globally or nationally.

Mr. Brown said that hedge funds, whose failure can trigger a domino effect in the financial-services industry, would be subject to greater regulation and oversight. Pay and bonuses will have to adhere to “sustainable” compensation schemes.

“There will be no more rewards for failure,” Mr. Brown said.

The leaders, emboldened by the recent progress in prying open tax havens, said sanctions will be slapped on any sponsor country that refuses to sign international agreements to exchange tax information.

Mr. Brown said another G20 summit will take place late this year – city to be determined – to review the measures unveiled yesterday and at previous summits

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Finally From Jim Sinclair

More of The Exact Same- JSMinset.com

My Dear Friends,

All that has changed is more of what caused this problem in the first place. You are being lied to yet again.

1. Gold is your lifeline, nothing else. I assure you of this.

2. When reality hits, as it will, it will be too late to seek a lifeline.

3. If you let go of your lifeline you have put more into harm’s way than just an investment or a portfolio item.

4. In the final analysis gold and the dollar are inverse to each other.

5. The dollar is only considered a lifeline when viewed from the intoxicants of spin.

6. Gold is a currency.

7. Gold currency is the monetary unit of last resort. Reality is that we all will require a last resort.

8. The G20 was not an intervention that can stop a downward spiral because it produced more of the stuff that caused the disaster in the first place, monetary inflation. 9. Monetary inflation is what the downward spiral is made of.

10. Be logical.

11. Stop being emotional.

12. Anything you can stare down, you can overcome. Stare down your foolish emotions and adhere to reason.

The following is hot air and fabrication. There is no new world. All that has occurred is the plan to create USD $1 Trillion in new monetary inflation. The G20 was all PR that produced more of what has caused the disaster in the first place, another one trillion in monetary inflation that has no means of being withdrawn ever from the international system.

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My Note: Protect Yourself, Help Claim America Back. Do your research on what is really going on try these searches in Google NWO- New World Order, CFR- Council On Foreign Relations, Bildenberger’s. Judge for yourself especially in light of what you watched in the videos. Buy Gold, and then take action to save our country! -jschulmansr

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Nothing in today’s post should be considered as an offer to buy or sell any securities or other investments; it is presented for informational purposes only. As a good investor, consult your Investment Advisor/s, Do Your Due Diligence, Read All Prospectus/s and related information carefully before you make any investing decisions and/or investments. –  jschulmansr

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