The Federal Reserve Is A Suicide Bomber With A Deeper Agenda

An expendable proxy working for disaster capitalists.

… Despite what many people assume, central bankers are not driven by a desire for profit. They print their own capital, they hardly need to make a profit. Central bankers are also not driven by a desire to keep the current system afloat. They have demonstrated time and time again their habit of deliberately sabotaging the system through the use of inflationary bubbles followed by fiscal tightening into weak economic conditions. The U.S. economy today is just as expendable as any other economy the banks have destroyed in the past. It is not special.

This fact is becoming extremely clear lately as the Federal Reserve initiates policy tightening measures into obvious economic weakness; an action which is crashing stock markets as well as destabilizing other sectors of the economy including housing markets, auto markets and credit markets.

As noted, this was highly predictable. In September of 2015 I published an article titled ‘The Real Reasons Why The Fed Will Hike Interest Rates‘, predicting that the strategy the banks would use to bring about the next crisis would be interest rate hikes in the midst of financial instability. This was the same strategy they used to initiate the Great Depression. And as mentioned earlier, sociopaths act like robots — they tend to use similar tactics over and over again because these tactics have worked in the past.

At the time, the vast majority of analysts were predicting that the central banks would move towards negative interest rates. But if the goal of the banking elites is total centralization of the global economy, then keeping the U.S. system alive for another decade or longer makes little sense. They had already created the perfect financial bubble using QE and near zero interest rates to encourage debt accumulation at historic levels. It’s a veritable economic atomic bomb, why not use it?

At the beginning of this year, I published an article titled ‘New Fed Chairman Will Trigger A Historic Stock Market Crash In 2018‘. In that article, I predicted that Jerome Powell would push forward with interest rate hikes and balance sheet cuts. This would put extreme pressure on highly indebted corporations and they would be forced to stop spending capital on stock buybacks, which have been propping up equities for several years.

I would point out that not only has Powell in fact done exactly what I predicted, but that he has done it consciously, knowing what the results would be. In 2012, Powell outlined the exact consequences of policy tightening in the Fed October minutes. These minutes were not made public until recently. They PROVE that the Fed is fully aware of what it is doing, not acting blindly.

In September of this year, in my article ‘The Everything Bubble: When Will It Finally Crash?‘, I predicted that stock markets would begin crashing in December of 2018, despite many skeptics arguing that a “Santa Claus rally” was guaranteed. From the article:

“The Fed’s tightening policies have resulted in a severe reaction by emerging markets which are already crashing and have diverged greatly from U.S. markets. American stocks will not escape the same fate.

The Fed’s neutral rate efforts suggest a turning point in late 2018 to early 2019. Balance sheet cuts are expected to increase at this time, which would also expedite a crash in existing market assets. The only question is how long can corporations sustain stock buybacks until their own debt burdens crush their efforts? With such companies highly leveraged, interest rates will determine the length of their resolve. I believe two more hikes will be their limit.

If the Fed continues on its current path the next stock crash would begin around December 2018 into the first quarter of 2019. After that, other sectors of the economy, already highly unstable, will break down through 2019 and 2020.”

Though stock buybacks had saved markets from the plunge in February, they are long gone in the final quarter as the cost of corporate debt expands. Stocks are now in near free fall in December. The crash of the “everything bubble” has begun.  So far, intermittent bounces have been brief, lasting in some cases mere hours to a couple of days, then plunging into complete retraction.  The trend line indicates far more pain to come.

I was able to calculate this outcome because I am willing as an analyst to accept certain realities. The most important being that at this stage the Fed DOES NOT CARE about propping up the U.S. economy, and ultimately, the Fed does not even care what happens to itself as an institution. The truth is that the Fed is working towards an ideological end game of global centralization; this means one economy, one currency and eventually one world government (a plan which has been openly admitted to by globalists in the past). It has no loyalty to the U.S. system, and it will destroy the U.S. system if it must to achieve this prize….

Patent for Subliminal Message via Voice-Actuated FM Modulation of Audio Carrier

It’s very strange that the brain can decode this signal intelligibly.   It’s as if it’s doing a fourier transform of the audio.   What does this say about the role of time in subjective experience?   Is neural organization some kind of convolution of all experience?

It gives some idea of the arbitrary nature of how we experience the world.   But people who have done psychedelics already know that!

An alternative explanation is that being at the upper boundary of human hearing serves to effectively AM modulate the signal by attenuating the higher frequency swings of the signal to generate a similar envelope.    It would be easy enough to prove this by putting the carrier in the middle of the hearing range and see whether the signal can still be deciphered.    But the former explanation is far more interesting.


Something I ran across that might be related.  Visual vs sequential processing of information:

Do you know things without being able to explain how or why? Do you solve problems in unusual ways? Do you think in pictures rather than in words? If so, you are not alone. One-third of the population thinks in images. You may be one or you may live with one. If you teach, it is absolutely certain that some of your students—probably the ones you aren’t reaching—are visual-spatial learners. Dr. Linda Silverman coined the term “visual-spatial learner” in 1981 to describe the unique gifts of people who think in images. They get the big picture because they see the world through artists’ eyes. They remember what they see, but forget what they hear. They’re disorganized, can’t spell and have no sense of time, but they have an infectious sense of humor, wild imaginations and can lose themselves completely in the joy of the moment….

Notable quote on the business opportunities in baby abuse

There’s no big bucks for big corporations if you breast feed. The life, health, and well-being of an infant has no value for those corporations including those that own the hospitals. instead, they prefer babies who have never received a mother’s precious colostrum (first gift and immune protection that oozes from her breast at the first nursing). Allergic children mean MONEY for big Pharma. Fake milk, even though it doesn’t have all the amino acids, etc., that an infant needs and may even be GMO, means unhealthy children who will need doctors, hospitals, fake “medicines”. . . Add to that the unhealthy psychological issues between mother and child, the lack of proper bonding, a mother who has MALE-invented postpartum depression — meaning, take the newborn away from the mother after the birth so her body goes into crisis because it is responding as if the infant has just died. Oh good, another depressed woman and more money for Big Pharma.

— Clare Puskarczyk

The intensity of the demands of the occasional woman who is fanatic in her zeal for ‘natural childbirth’… and her uncompromising attitude on the subject are danger signals, frequently indicating severe psychopathology…. A patient of this sort is not a candidate for natural childbirth, and requires close and constant psychiatric support.

— Medical, Surgical and Gynecological Complications of Pregnancy; Staff of Mount Sinai Hospital; Williams and Wilkins, publishers; 1960

All I did was have a baby and look what they did to me. But if I did something really bad, what would they do to me then? So you be very very careful.

— Connie Neal, psychiatric and obstetrical survivor, as reported by Bonnie Burstow on Thought Crime Radio, see:

This picture tells two stories: most obviously, about the often fatal consequences of bottle-feeding; more profoundly, about the age-old bias in favour of the male. The child with the bottle is a girl – she died the next day. Her twin brother was breastfed. This woman was told by her mother-in-law that she didn’t have enough milk for both her children, and so should breastfeed the boy. But almost certainly she could have fed both children herself, because the process of suckling induces the production of milk. However, even if she found that she could not produce sufficient milk – unlikely as that would be – a much better alternative to bottle-feeding would have been to find a wet-nurse. Ironically, this role has sometimes been taken by the grandmother. In most cultures, before the advent of bottle-feeding, wet-nursing was a common practice.

“Use my picture if it will help”, said the mother. “I don’t want other people to make the same mistake.”

Despite the obviously irrational cruelty of circumcision, the profit incentive in American medical practice is unlikely to allow science or human rights principles to interrupt the highly lucrative American circumcision industry. It is now time for European medical associations loudly to condemn the North American medical community for participating in and profiting from what is by any standard a senseless and barbaric sexual mutilation of innocent children.

— Fleiss PM. MD, MPH. Circumcision. Lancet 1995;345:927

Many store-bought “fertilizer” products for home use are LOADED with toxic biosludge

(Natural News) If you’ve ever purchased fertilizer from your local home improvement store, you probably assumed that the bag contained various organic materials carefully blended to maximize the output of your home garden. But in reality, you may have inadvertently purchased repurposed human waste in the form of biosolids, also known as “biosludge,” without even knowing it.

In a powerful behind-the-scenes interview with Texas resident and biosludge expert Craig Monk, the topic of store-bought fertilizer came up, for which Monk revealed quite the earful. Watch below as Monk explains the dirty truth about biosludge, including the fact that consumers are being sold fake “fertilizer” that’s actually toilet-to-farm toxic waste.

“‘Class A’ sewage sludge comes several ways, and one of them is a dried, pelletized sewage sludge,” Monk explains. “You can get a good look at that if go to your Home Depot or Lowe’s and pick up a bag of Milorganite from Milwaukee.”

According to the Milorganite website, Milorganite is described as “heat-dried microbes that have digested the organic matter in wastewater.” It also states that Milorganite is made from the raw sewage collected from the Milwaukee Metropolitan Sewerage District in Wisconsin.

There are also repeated references to “nutrients” and “organic matter,” which gives the impression that Milorganite is natural and healthy for plants, gardens, and soils. But don’t be fooled: It’s just recycled human waste matter rebranded as “fertilizer” that’s rich in “nitrogen.”

“Let me warn you: There’s as many chemicals in [Milorganite] as there are in any of the biosolids,” Monk warns, revealing the trickery that’s involved with the sale of biosludge under different names and descriptors.

“In fact, Milwaukee, four or five years ago, had a PCP (phencyclidine) scare. It was in their bags that they were sending out. So, you never know when sewage is going to be hit with one of these very dangerous chemicals – not to mention the chemicals they don’t even acknowledge are in it.”

This eye-opening interview with Craig Monk is part of the larger Biosludged film project, which is now available for FREE viewing at You can also watch the official trailer for Biosludged at

TruGreen lawn care services also uses biosludge as “fertilizer,” warns Monk

Another similar brand of biosludge sold as home “fertilizer” is Hou-Actinite. Hou-Actinite is similar to Milorganite, except that it’s made from the human sewage waste collected from wastewater treatment plants in Houston as opposed to Milwaukee.

As explained by Monk, Hou-Actinite is the “fertilizer” of choice used by the popular home lawn care service TruGreen – Hou-Actinite constituting “a granular, heat-dried biosolids product produced by the City of Houston,” according to

“People put this in their backyard, and it is promoted,” says Monk about the widespread use of biosludge on residential properties, the owners of which often have no clue what’s actually being spread all over their lawns and gardens.

“And, in fact, TruGreen, a lawn care service, uses exclusively Hou-Actinite, which is Houston’s biosolids – the most industrialized city in Texas, the chemical heart of the United States. A person would absolutely be insane to put this stuff out, and handle it, and put it out with their pets and their kids and on their gardens, but they do.”

Be sure to watch the full interview with Monk, as he explains all that he’s learned about biosludge, as well as explains all that he’s doing to fight its use, specifically in Texas.

You can also learn more about the Biosludged film by checking out

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