Satanic Conspiracy as Investment Thesis

June 22, 2013

mark.jpg"As a Bible scholar, I would have to conclude that the final monetary system
is described in great detail in The Book of Revelation.
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The Illuminati conspiracy
has been a profitable investment
strategy for Thom Beecham.




"GOLD IS GOOD. I have a lot of it. Gold is good at any price, for it is a financial escape hatch, beyond the control of any government. ... Stop looking at the price drop as a curse. I look at it as an opportunity."



By Thomas Beecham
(henrymakow.com)




The Globalists allowed gold and silver prices to run up beyond where they normally would have been otherwise. With a price of $1,900/oz the amount of gold in storage roughly equaled 9-10 trillion dollars.

The globalists knew that eventually a time would come when their debt-based monetary system would start to crumble. They wrote about this during the Bretton Woods agreement way back in 1944. The globalist banking families have had all this time to figure out how to transition to the new and final system.

They also knew that as the current system began decay, people would look to investments outside the system for protection. The most important one is gold.

Thus, a scheme was hatched to keep people from turning to gold during that final leg of the fiat monetary regime. These families figured out how they would gradually run the gold price up, and get as many people into it at an inflated price. Then they would collapse it, leaving all unhedged investors with huge losses. The rest of the world would be scratching their heads wondering how gold could perform so counter-intuitively. Gold had been rising for years because of monetary expansion and increasing US debt. Then it collapsed for the same reasons.

As a result, the typical investor would look at gold as if it were the worst thing possible. This seems to be working.

I cannot prove this theory, but understanding "The Conspiracy" as well as I do, it is the only one that makes sense. Inductively, it makes so much sense, that I have been confidently shorting gold since at least $1,600.

END OF DEBT-BASED MONETARY SYSTEM

Many readers cannot figure out that the global banking families control the markets. The banking families can string this current system out until the end of the decade when they will finally get their war to wipe out all debts. By then, they will have consolidated what wealth is left.

The debt-based currency system was used to buy the governments and all of the media. They can promulgate their wars, which helps them to acquire all of the world's assets. In return, they stack the debt on the backs of the world's people. By the time they get their final war they will have pretty much acquired the whole world. At that point ,the debt will be cancelled out in return for the rest of the world agreeing to be compliant slaves to them. They don't care so much that the debt is paid back but that the debt is used as an instrument to enslave mankind.

The Bible really does talk about this in depth. It's all about the trafficking of men's souls, and being debt slaves to the world banking families.

In fact it's a mathematical impossibility to pay back debt under a debt based monetary system.

The globalists control it all. As of right now they control every aspect of the economy and what we hear and see in the media. They even control much of the alternative media as well. The alternative media is wrapped in a misleading disguise.

There will be no hyperinflation. As of now, I am more concerned about deflation. The novice economist thinks all that monetization we hear about is hyper-inflationary, but if none of that money goes to the end user (you and me) then there cannot be any inflation. When the US Fed first announced their QE programs, I was concerned about the inflationary potential, but over the ensuing months it became clear to me that the average guy on Main Street was not the beneficiary of this money printing, thus as the economy faltered, deflationary forces have kicked in.

By definition, the current debt-based monetary system is deflationary as it decays. Thus, the worst thing a person could do as the systems crumbles is to get into debt.

Bernanke says he is going to "taper" the bond purchases. If so, we need to appreciate that the financing needs of "USA, Inc." is more than 100% of the world's net savings. Thus, if we keep up current spending rates, the money needed exceeds what the global economy can provide. Thus, my hunch is that deferred money, such as pensions, and eventually defined contribution plans, such as 401(k)'s will be logical targets.

I believe that retirement plans were established in part for their potential as a reservoir of funds that could be tapped in case the US Government could no longer borrow under traditional methods. I have read transcripts and presentations, etc, from the US Treasury and US Fed about how this could work. This is more evidence indicating how far back this conspiracy goes.

ENDGAME

What is the final system/endgame? It is one in which the globalists will control a compliant and bankrupt society, with the ruling banking families owning all the wealth. By then they will own all the gold, and will control it all.

russo-rock.jpg(A rare picture of the late Aaron Russo with Nicholas Rockefeller who said the plan is to chip the human race.) 

As a Bible scholar, I would have to conclude that the final monetary system is described in great detail in The Book of Revelation.

Please understand me. GOLD IS GOOD. I have a lot of it. Gold is good at any price, for it is a financial escape hatch, beyond the control of any government. But who do you think are the people shorting it? They are the wealthy, who acquire it continually. I don't care if gold goes to $500/oz. I have my offsetting short hedges. I intend to take my profits and plow it back into gold when the dust settles.

Thus, I hope to eventually own twice the gold by weight that I own now, and my assets are still outside the system. 50-60% of my gold short position is a covered short, meaning that I have the physical gold and am just hedging the losses. In addition, since I know The Conspiracy, I know where the price of gold is going and have added some gravy to my trading account.

Stop looking at the price drop as a curse. I look to it as opportunity. If you understood what was going on you would be thinking the same thing.

As Jesus said, the fearful will not enter the kingdom of heaven. Why is that? Fearful people make stupid decisions. When the final monetary system is fully in place, and it comes time to take the mark of the beast, the fearful and unwashed will line up and sell their souls without a thought.
 
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Thom responds to Readers' Comments: "Most Christians are the biggest hypocrites, and moral hazards."

I am not at all concerned. Nobody, especially today's Christian, wants to be told the truth. What I say is downright depressing.

Today's Christian typically:

-Has a mortgage, and other sizable debts. In other words they are debt-slaves, which means they spend beyond their means,
-Lives in a broken home,
-Is in poor health because he cannot take care of his one Godly physical possession; on medicines, and on some sort of government benefit,
-Has credit card debt with big banks, and keeps their Federal Reserve Notes in the same institutions,
-Has a pension or retirement account that goes to feed the asset bubbles,
-Works for a publicly-traded company, or the government,
-Pats himself on the back and waits for the Pre-tribulation rapture to whisk him away.  Ask the Christian Russians during the Russian Revolution if God raptured them out. Ask the German Christians during WWII if they were raptured out. Why do you think Christianity has been maligned the way it has?
-Watches TV multiple hours a day,
-Attends a 501(c)3 church,
-Sends his children to public schools, where satanic degeneracy has replaced anything Godly.

In other words, most Christians are the biggest hypocrites, and moral hazards.  Before the Federal Reserve Act, most people kept a portion of their savings in gold and silver. That was being Godly.

Today's Christian is too contaminated to even entertain a debate. Every time I discuss gold with a Christian I hear the same verse over and over,  ...you will weep and howl you rich man....

If Jesus came back today, he would just throw up his hands and walk away. He would be embarrassed by what passes for today's Christian. The remnant discusses issues I talk about. They are a cerebral, thinking people. They don't work for corporations, they don't have health insurance, they have no debts, they don't depend on government, they don't have retirement plans, and they certainly understand that we all play a part in this satanic conspiracy. Nobody's immune.

Today's remnant, doesn't pretend to be the Righteous Judge, they try to teach others how to get through this. Jesus may not come back for 100 years, what will these fools do then?
 







Comments for "Satanic Conspiracy as Investment Thesis"

Jeff said (June 23, 2013):

I noted your articles on gold.

I am pretty sure you have seen this video, but just in case you haven’t I highly recommend it.

It may be the best video ever created that investigates the financial shenanigans of the Few since the time of Christ.

Secret of Oz by Bill Still

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=swkq2E8mswI


Robert said (June 23, 2013):

Well said, Azad! (Below)

Our existence has two purposes: to love our heavenly Father (including the truth of his Creation) with all our strength and to love our fellow men (meaning all persons) as ourselves. Where outsmarting the next guy as an investor fits into these purposes is hard to see.

This 'Biblical Scholar' has surrendered his capacity to perceive reality by adopting the terminology of those who use language to subvert our capacity to reason. 'Inflation' and 'deflation' are economists' (bankers' hirelings) terms designed to focus the mind on financial phenomena, and thus blind us to the fantastic real gains in productive efficiency, particularly in the past three centuries, that in the natural course should have brought prices to the point of nullity and admitted everyone to a life of economic ease and security. The wealth of the earth has been filched away from its rightful inheritors by a defective financial system designed to concentrate control of human initiative in the hands of a few.


Art Granda said (June 23, 2013):

You really cannot blame Thomas. The bible everyone loves to quote has a parable about who was described as a most worthy and humble rich man. In effect, he was described as being a man that would surely go to heaven had it not been for his wealth. When Jesus asked him to give all he had away and follow "Him", he could not. This man represented the best in humanity, nearly perfect in all ways … but could not let go of the security he felt with his riches. This proves how difficult it is to let go.

It's easy to criticize people when the sword is not at your throat. How will you respond when you are questioned about your beliefs, knowing that imminent death will result if you tell the truth? Will you deny Him 3 times before the cock crows? I hope that I have the courage to speak the truth when that time comes for me. I have a feeling that the "elect" as described repeatedly in the bible will be the only one's who can, and will, speak the truth … to pay for it with their lives. First there were 12 apostles, next time there will be 12 x 12 (thousand, which is the number of the elect in the last days).

I don't believe (obviously) in the pre-tribulation rapture of the elect. I don't believe that someone can simply say the magic words and a lifetime of sin and debauchery can be wiped clean and be saved from a death that even God's Son had to endure, it's just too easy. All must die at least once to enter the kingdom of Heaven. Once again, Jesus was the ultimate example for our lives (and deaths).


Azad said (June 23, 2013):

It appears that our "Bible Scholar" has not come across certain passages in the Bible, such as Luke 12:15-23.

"Take heed and beware of covetousness: for a man's life consisteth NOT in the abundance of the things which he possesseth. And He spake a parable unto them, saying, The ground of a certain rich man brought forth plentifully: And he thought within himself saying, What shall I do, because I have no room where to bestow my fruits? And he said, This will I do: I will pull down my barns, and build greater; and there will I bestow all my fruits and my goods. And I will say to my soul, Soul, thou hast much goods laid up for many years; take thine ease, eat, drink and be merry. But God said unto him, Thou fool, this night thy soul shall be required of thee: then whose shall those things be, which thou hast provided? So is he that layeth up treasure for himself, and is not rich towards God. And He said unto his disciples, Therefore I say unto you, Take no thought of your life, what ye shall eat; neither for the body, what ye shall put on. The life is more than meat, and the body is more than raiment".

In view of the above verses, one can't help but wonder, which bible is Mr Beecham a scholar of. It definitely is not the KJV or others similar.

Our "bible scholar's" most pathetic statement is his last paragraph; "As Jesus said, the fearful will not enter the kingdom of heaven. Why is that? Fearful people make stupid decisions." Obviously Mr Beecham believes that his hoarding of gold and other material possessions (he believes he makes wise decisions) will take him into the Kingdom of Heaven. The greatest shock of his existence lies right ahead of Mr Beecham.


Austin said (June 23, 2013):

Henry,

what Mr Beecham seems to have forgotten, in relation to his being a 'Bible Scholar' is that the apostle James actually predicted a last days scenario when gold, silver and even precious cloth (drapes, wool, carpet and fancy clothes,) would all become valueless. How can he substantiate his theories based on what an apostle has written, seeing that it is contrary to Scripture?

He is still advocating that Christian people trust in vain commodities and investments, instead of trusting in almighty God.

"Go to now, ye rich men, weep and howl for your miseries that shall come upon you. Your riches are corrupted, and your garments are moth-eaten. Your gold and silver is corroded; and the rust of them shall be a witness against you, and shall eat your flesh as it were fire. You have heaped treasure together for the last days."

James 5:1-3 - KJV


Henry Makow received his Ph.D. in English Literature from the University of Toronto in 1982. He welcomes your comments at