And so it begins . . . Bond vigilantes will now tear into French sovereigns with a vengeance. Will Hollande end up stepping aside like Sonia Gandhi had to in India when the market assassins crashed India’s market and got her ousted?

Ambrose Evans-Pritchard is wrong. He thinks markets have already discounted for these political events. I say they haven’t. The big attacks are still to come.

The ‘Economic Hitmen’ as John Perkins calls them don’t have to fly to various countries and throw uncooperative leaders out of airplanes these days. They just use naked CDS and other WMFD (Weapons of Mass Financial Destruction) to crash a market forcing government leaders to act according to the interests of the financial terrorists.

13 comments on “And so it begins . . . Bond vigilantes will now tear into French sovereigns with a vengeance. Will Hollande end up stepping aside like Sonia Gandhi had to in India when the market assassins crashed India’s market and got her ousted?
  1. capt ray says:

    Or not…
    But that oppinion is lagely based on 90F and a cold beer… or two…

  2. Christophe says:

    Hollande changes nothing. He is pro-Europe, anti-Syria and pro-globalism, and is fundamentally as different from Sarkozy as Obama was from Bush: if anything, he is only better suited to imposing austerity and theft-for-the banks, coming as he does from a left-wing camp…

    That being said, France is in no better shape economically than the PIIGS countries and is sure to get slammed hard economically over the next 5 years – something that is in the cards, no matter who is at the head of the country.

    I have to say that I wonder sometimes about M&S’s insights into French politics. Are they at all able to read French? Is it that they only get their information from mainstream propaganda sources? Living in France doesn’t seem to have helped them see past that one bit.

    P.S.: even Hollande’s catchphrase was Obama-esque: “le changement c’est maintenant” (‘it is time to bring change’).

  3. henrik yde says:

    As Max continuously and correctly points out, all “markets” are complete rigged and run by the financial oligarchs, so why would anyone give a flying hoot about what Ambrose or Telegraph or anyone in City Of London, and bond vigilantes everywhere think or say or do or plan to do?
    Either the elite is good, i.e. social, or it is bad, recklessly destroying all nations and social fabric. And as Gerald Celente said on this past week’s KeiserReport: “When the money stops trickling down to the man in the street the blood starts flowing in the street”.
    European nation states can simply seize all elite and bond vigilante assets and throw their oligarch asses in jail to rot forever. THEY need to take their medicine and SHUT UP! The world will do well without their “we serve God schemes”. And that goes for the haute bourgeoisie too. And don’t read City Of London garbage rags. Life is too short.

  4. When wolves smell the scent of prey, the howl in order to gather the wolf-pack for the kill.

  5. SpaceMonkey says:

    @Christophe… I agree re Hollande. The sad fact is, if he really did represent real change, he would never have been allowed near the Presidency.

  6. SilverCondom says:

    Christophe: “Hollande changes nothing. He is pro-Europe, anti-Syria and pro-globalism, and is fundamentally as different from Sarkozy as Obama was from Bush: if anything, he is only better suited to imposing austerity and theft-for-the banks, coming as he does from a left-wing camp…

    That being said, France is in no better shape economically than the PIIGS countries and is sure to get slammed hard economically over the next 5 years – something that is in the cards, no matter who is at the head of the country.

    I have to say that I wonder sometimes about M&S’s insights into French politics. Are they at all able to read French? Is it that they only get their information from mainstream propaganda sources? Living in France doesn’t seem to have helped them see past that one bit.

    P.S.: even Hollande’s catchphrase was Obama-esque: “le changement c’est maintenant” (‘it is time to bring change’).”

    You made a very good analysis of French politics/economy.

    I was living in France in the 1980s’ when Mitterand (Socialist) beat VGE (right). I remember Mitterand using the slogan: “Pour le changement” (Change). Living in the US for years now, I had a smile when the Obama campaign crew came up with “Change we can believe in” bumper sticker.

    Towards the end of the Mitterand mandate, the French population called his aministration “le changement dans la continuité.” (Change that stays the same).

    For this French electoral campaign, Hollande and his team pulled out this dusty “Change” nonsense out of the closet.
    Nothing will change once again. Same ol’, same ol’…
    M&S should ask Pierre Jovanovic or Alain Soral (he does not speak english though…) about this to be a little more up to date with French politics… ;)

  7. ZORRO LONDON says:

    Allande = O’Bama “CHANGE”……”Yeah. Right”…….business as usual.

    All part of the same old game plan………same policies, just a different front man.

    Gordon Brown was a “socialist” too, and he got the ball rolling in 2008.

    …………………………………….Z

  8. Flopot says:

    @SpaceMonkey

    “The sad fact is, if he really did represent real change, he would never have been allowed near the Presidency.”

    You said it! I agree completely.

  9. Danny Cunnington says:

    The main change is that the Sark was an American puppet and the Hollande is not. Apart from that there’s not much difference. The central problem is that the banking system is insolvent and swapping deck-chairs matters little to the inevitable outcome.

    There’s huge consumer credit retraction which means the money supply is contracting rapidly. This means a deep recession by summer for many. The energy costs are too high for any actual growth in any case.

  10. SilverCondom says:

    Danny Cunnington:”The main change is that the Sark was an American puppet and the Hollande is not. ”

    No, sir.
    Hollande has another “style”… but he is still an American puppet.

  11. Christophe says:

    @SilverCondom: as I recall, M&S have actually interviewed Pierre Jovanovic on their show, at least a couple of times. Unfortunately, while Jovanovic may be good on financial topics, he is very weak on politics. For example, on his blog he was saying all sorts of naively positive things about Jean-Luc Mélenchon, totally ignoring the fact that the guy is a free-mason with a platform and political history that are full of very suspect contradictions.

    Alain Soral, on the other hand, is excellent. I don’t think there is anyone quite so truthful or insightful amongst the anglophone political commentators I am familiar with.

    FWIW, the comedian and social/political commentator Dieudonné is another who is well worth mentioning IMO. No one else dares take on the Zionists in showbiz, and he does a freaking hilarious job of it :)

  12. SilverCondom says:

    @ Christophe

    You’re 100% correct about Dieudonné. Here is his website for you French speakers. ;)

    M&S NEED to learn French. :D lol

  13. SilverCondom says:

    Here is Dieudonné’s website for you French speakers:

    http://iamdieudo.com/

    and Alain Soral’s:

    http://www.egaliteetreconciliation.fr/

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