The Phaserl


The Greatest Show on Earth!

from The Wealth Watchman:

Have you ever seen someone really juggle? And no, watching your sister or brother keep 2 or 3 balls in the air for 3 or 4 seconds, doesn’t count either! I mean a committed juggler going at it! There’s nothing like going to a circus, and watching some trained professional clowns smile as they start tossing a ball back and forth.

Of course, they play coy, and start out with a mere one or two balls, leading you to believe that “that’s all they’ve got”, but then proceed to add one ball, or club, after another, after another…until you can’t believe the spectacle flying through the air in front of you.

There are many recorded world records in the sport of juggling, some for bean bags, some for balls, for clubs, heck some folks even juggle chain saws!

Here’s a must-watch video, of a truly impressive young man, who happens to hold a world record for a flash juggle: juggling 13 balls in the air at once, with 15 catches. Check this out:

Of course,  videos like the one above of Alex Barron, all have one thing in common: they don’t last too long, do they?  You see, that’s the real rub, isn’t it?

When it comes to juggling, or any other kind of levitation: the more variables you introduce into the scene, the more short-lived it gets.  That’s the very nature of our universe: the more complex and convoluted a system is, the shorter a lifespan it has.

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I submit though, that as good as those jugglers above are, that hands down, the best jugglers in our world, are the banksters!

There’s absolutely no contest, and no question!

When it comes to levitation, nobody but nobody beats the Fed, the ECB, the “Troika”, the Bank of England, the IMF, and the rest of the real circus clowns!

I mean, geez, since the Fed and Treasury were able to catch most of the falling balls, in the 2008 debacle, the central banks of the world have been on a frenzied, coordinated mission to simultaneously juggle virtually every market in the world!

From bond markets, to equities, to commodities, to housing….it seems that no dangerous, or ill-advised scheme has been left untried!  Remember, too, they’re also juggling virtually every currency market on earth, and the monstrous OTC derivative markets that are built upon them!

Picture this pit of balls right here being juggled, except imagine every ball being of different size and weight, and many of them being “tied to” other balls in complicated agreements….and you’ll have an idea of the feat these criminals have pulled off!  I mean, if this evil juggling act wasn’t ruining the lives and livelihoods of trillions of people, it might actually be impressive in its sheer difficulty.

juggler ball pit

Every single market you can think of is still being juggled by this scheming, inter-locked team of central planning clowns. Now, of course, they’ve done this to profit their system and themselves, but there’s much more to it than just that.  They’ve also done it because their backs have been against the wall: if those trillions of balls in the air had all been dropped, then the monetary system we know as Bretton Woods II, would’ve ceased to exist, along with their leverage over humanity.

Yet, in the 5 years, since TARP was hatched, what has this giant, parlor trick really accomplished?

Well, it’s certainly driven most of the wealth of our world into the hands of the jugglers and their friends!  It’s been a roaring success in its original intent.  Never mind that doing so has driven up up the costs of housing, of equities, of higher education, of food, and medical care for the rest of us.

If the juggling oligarchy is thriving, it’s too bad if the rest of the Western world is a spiraling, never-ending recession!  Ya can’t make an omelette, without breaking billions of eggs, right?

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