Does Street want rate hike?

Stacy Summary:   Oh no, hopefully they aren’t looking for more than just platitudes about how great the economy is doing?  Somehow I really doubt that an end to cheap money is what anyone in finance is looking for . . .

228 comments on “Does Street want rate hike?
  1. Bonn says:

    Bush doesnt seem that bad now ROFL PMSL

  2. Youri Carma says:

    @Illya Kuryakin

    Must admit that I am not on par with the latest stuff….used to be but got other interest now. Have a look into it.

    But the main war will be mainly economically, for the time being.

  3. Bonn says:

    @ Youri Carma
    America’s Stonehenge – 2012 – Denver Airport
    u have no clue what they want
    they wanto reduce the world population to 500 million ie they want to kill 6 biilion odd people

  4. Bonn says:

    these people are Senile they dont care about peoples lives they have never cared if the world all over just gets this then we can fight this NWO crap

  5. @Mep

    Well I guess we’re down to “hope” for “change”. Don’t hold your breath.

  6. Youri Carma says:


    Forget about Niburu it’s BS and 2012 isn’t 2012 at all. Latest calender calculation suggests that they are 200 years of so the Maya calender still has to go another 200 years to end.

    What is true is some holes in earths magnetic field which already caused some severe sunburns to some Aussies due to dangerous radiation. We have no sunspots on the Sun which is very strange historically.

    So focus on what the sun is doing and our earths magnetic field. This is something that we we can actually see or detect. The other stuff is merely speculation hyped.

  7. Youri Carma says:


    Bunch of crazies these roque gone masoncis. Used to be intellectuals but now are nothing more than mad dog gone religion control freaks. They think they know it all…they know notin.

  8. Mongo says:

    Reducing population to 500 million is risky business given the fact that humanity has never accomplished anything of grander scale besides chaos.. I say good luck.

  9. Mep says:

    @ Illya – Indeed. But if we got stuck with McShame and Caribou Barbie, there would be no chance for hope at all.

    BTW – you have to understand that not everybody sees things as you do. An example, on Colombia, there is a Colombian man who lives on the street behind me who is now considering moving home to retire. He detests Chavez and thinks that the US bases will help prevent Chavez from having anything to do with Colombia, as well as help stabilize the country. I see things differently, but who am I to tell a Colombian what to think about the bases? This guy fled to the US from Colombia, fought in our Navy, and is an old man now.

  10. Bonn says:

    And i have a rule of thumb with CNN and BBC once a liar is always a liar

  11. You’re Colombian buddy is delusional.

  12. Youri Carma says:


    I happen to know somebody who made a study of human extermination at the university and let me tell you….it ain’t easy. Even after severe wars we learned historically that population grows rapidly again.

    The genetic engineering is very dangerous for nature so if these maniacs realy care about “Mother Earth” I advice them to stop immediately. They’ve got now idea what they gotten themslves into now and kill themselves with that stuff….fools.

  13. Bonn says:

    @ Mep
    U are too Delusional i agree with Illya
    How many times do i have to repeat this No Countrys has Invaded the US in 100 years yet US has been in so many countrys . The US seems to be saying “If your Country has anything worth it menerals or drugs which i can sell in the International market I garuntee u i am gonna come and take it and by the fucking way u dont deserve to live and see what that drones gonna do Carpet bomb asses into Heaven cause i am the devil”

  14. And why is that when Uribe (number 48 on the DEA’s most wanted list of drug traffickers in the 90’s) changes the Colombian constitution so he can run for president again in the most corrupt elections on this planet he has the USA’s complete support, but when Chavez does it he’s a “dictator for life”? Canada has no term limits, neither does the UK. Why aren’t they “dictatorships”?

    I’m sick and fucking tired of the USA and it’s Orwellian bullshit. The sooner they go down the latrine of shithole empires the better off we’ll all be.

  15. Bonn says:

    Statisically speaking that is 0 % Zero percent countrys Have invaded USA in the last 100 years ZERO PERCENT ZERO ZERO so all the fuckin delusional people who think USA is always Holier than thou are Delusional n BTW u can carry on living the Lie . But i aint falling for what crap the US has to say about anything or anyone or any country . Wepons of Mass Destruction ROFL PMSL Haliburton Got the Oil Fields in Iraq

  16. dan valley says:


    For those that don’t know him, Major General Peter Cosgrove is an ‘Australian treasure!’

    General Cosgrove was interviewed on the radio recently.

    You’ll love his reply to the lady who interviewed him concerning guns and children. Regardless of how you feel about gun laws you gotta love this!

    This is one of the best comeback lines of all time. It is a portion of an ABC interview between a female broadcaster and General Cosgrove who was about to sponsor a Boy Scout Troop visiting his military headquarters.

    So, General Cosgrove, what things are you going to teach these young boys when they visit your base?

    We’re going to teach them climbing, canoeing, archery and shooting.

    Shooting! That’s a bit irresponsible, isn’t it?

    I don’t see why, they’ll be properly supervised on the rifle range.

    Don’t you admit that this is a terribly dangerous activity to be teaching children?

    I don’t see how. We will be teaching them proper rifle discipline before they even touch a firearm.

    But you’re equipping them to become violent killers.

    Well, Ma’am, you’re equipped to be a prostitute, but you’re not one, are you?

    The radio went silent and the interview ended.

  17. Phil says:

    @Dan … Nice – that was pretty cool answer !

    On Guns…
    I was brought up with them as my father was a marksman. and I haven’t been interested in guns since, but certainly know how to use them.
    .303 / .22 / 12-bores / 4-bores / sten / stirling / .38 / .45 / bren – gun etc. etc.

    Same with alcohol … nearly everyone drinks it, but very few are addicts in comparison !

  18. dan valley says:

    Yes firearms and homemade booze runs in my family as well…

  19. frances snoot says:

    Thanks for the bright morning greeting!

    The Mutually Assured Destruction is soooo good I listened through twice! Thankyou.

  20. frances snoot says:

    @Illya & Mep:
    Thanks for the good fight over Hopey, er, Mr. Prez.

  21. @Frances, Russia wants rouble, yuan, gold in SDR basket

    BRIC buying into SDR is contingent on a change in the make up of the basket you quoted. They’re also insisting on greater representation on the IMF board. So there are a lot of big IF’s regarding the SDR as internat’l reserve. The IMF would have to reform maybe more than its present board will allow. It’s not even clear that the SDR is the basket the GCC is contemplating selling oil in, or if they’re even contemplating it for the foreseeable future. But the USD probably won’t be reformed in time to stay the internat’l. reserve. I’d say there’s a better chance of the IMF opening up to BRIC’s satisfaction.

    The Constitution doesn’t authorize a fourth branch of gov’t, I still have difficulty thinking of the Fed as part of the gov’t., much less the absolute monarch it has evolved into following the televised coup last year.

  22. Bonn says:

    @ dan valley
    ROFL Nice one Dan
    But Still its crazy teaching Kids to shoot may as well reduce the driving Age to 7 year
    I feel its dangerous to teach stuff to an undeveloped brain i mean thats why 17 year old idots join the Army

  23. frances snoot says:


    The Chinese came on board the SDR/IMF scam-train due to the passage of th 4th Amendment at the IMF:
    “The Fourth Amendment became effective for all members on August 10, 2009 when the Fund certified that at least three-fifths of the IMF membership (112 members) with 85 percent of the total voting power accepted it. The special allocation will be implemented on September 9, 2009, thirty days after the effective date.”

    “The Constitution doesn’t authorize a fourth branch of gov’t, I still have difficulty thinking of the Fed as part of the gov’t., much less the absolute monarch it has evolved into following the televised coup last year.”

    Did I indicate that I believe this? I certainly don’t. There is only been on branch of government in the US since the Fed and that is the dollar. Fed control over the dollar extends to the handler of the Fed itself: the BIS. And I’m not sure we were ever very autonomous from banking influence: look up Shay’s Rebelliion. Alexander Hamiliton was a banker’s pocketwatch.

    Capital flows have always been directed by the big European banking interests: just now the dam is being built to limit access to capital for all but the connected. That is what Barney Frank is blustering over: and it is a direct line of protocol from the Financial Stability Board at the BIS. The trickle in the stream beds will end.

    That’s the original article from RIA:
    Russia is in favor of increasing the International Monetary Fund’s kitty by $0.5-1 trillion and committing the organization to reform within 2-3 years, a Russian presidential aide said Saturday.
    “The granting of funds should be linked to reforms,” Arkady Dvorkovich told journalists.He also suggested that the basket of the IMF payment unit SDR (Special Drawing Rights) be expanded by using the ruble, yuan and gold.

    Thanks for the link!!! Looks like someone wants gold propped for some time until the new system is in play.

  24. @Frances, BRIC, and maybe the GCC, are reacting against the USD scam. They might be able to adapt the SDR to their puposes. Maybe they can get the playground bully to chase away the neighborhood parasite. First take out Hitler, then deal with Stalin.

  25. frances snoot says:

    “First take out Hitler, then deal with Stalin.”

    Hitler and Stalin were brought to the world by the same backers. Both men did a good job for the corporate profit margin.

    “BRIC, and maybe the GCC, are reacting against the USD scam.”

    The USD scam was and is run by the same people steering the world towards an end to tangible currency. BRIC is not even a proper acronym, much less an entity in cahoots. GCC is at best a handmaiden of the Saudis: might as well exist in the White House.

  26. frances snoot says:

    ” They might be able to adapt the SDR to their puposes”

    Interesting point. Perhaps that is the illusion that drives the impetus behind the cooperation?

  27. @Frances, USD have been intangible since 1971. If something like Silver Certificate notes were brought back to replace Federal Reserve notes in time, it could save the USD’s international reserve status. The USD as is is an illusion. No future, no future for you.

    A currency administered by a board made up of G11 plus the GCC wouldn’t be any less tangible than one administered by just the Fed Board, especially if it were backed by 50% commodities. BRIC is an acronym for Brazil, Russia, India, and China.

  28. Max gave a good overview of the drawbacks of the USD as internat’l. reserve on Russia Today earlier this mo.

    The benefits of an obverse, synthetic internat’l. reserve remain a matter of speculation.

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