Tuesday, December 06, 2011

Standard and Poor's backs a coup d'etat and is at war with sovereign states

Look at this Jewish and Germanic coup d'etat family run company pushing around sovereign states as if they're rowdy homeowners stealing the pipes.

What gives a corporation the bloody right to rate a government and cause its instability by increasing its tribute to a relatively few private families ? This is an utterly illegal fiction and box that the pubic born into accepts like they're in a trance !

Germany and the eurozone’s five other triple A members face having their top-notch ratings downgraded after Standard & Poor’s put 15 countries in the single currency bloc on negative creditwatch.

The US rating agency has warned that eurozone nations including Germany, France, Austria, Finland, the Netherlands and Luxembourg were under review – meaning they have a one in two chance of a downgrade within 90 days. However, S&P said it expected to conclude its review “as soon as possible” following this week’s summit of EU leaders on Friday.

The people who use their ratings forced the loans on these countries for 150 years, and loans on top of those loans.

The agency is acting as eurozone governments make further progress towards a comprehensive deal to contain the region’s sovereign debate crisis ahead of a crucial EU summit on December 9. Berlin and Paris want the eurozone to sign up to tougher fiscal rules to calm investors’ worries.

S&P told governments: “It is our opinion that the lack of progress the European policymakers have so far made in controlling the spread of the financial crisis may reflect structural weaknesses in the decision-making process within the eurozone and European Union.”

Give us our payments by taking more loans, or else.

Governments are concerned that a downgrade will make it harder for the eurozone bail-out fund, the European Financial Stability Facility, to arrange financing in the markets for its rescue packages for Ireland, Portugal and Greece, as it is underpinned by guarantees from the six nations which are rated triple A. Those countries also fret that it could raise their own financing costs.

Ah ha !

This is all done as part of the plan to make Germany look like it's on the outside of the known, documented 10 August 1944 plan. That plan is fact. The front companies still exist with unknown ownership.

The fact is that it's to push the Bormann plan on all, by threatening the downgrade.

We didn't ask for your opinion of what isn't legally constituted and is built on invasion and fraud begun in Teutoburg Forest after your handlers' surrender.

Yet there it is.

If your handler families don't like it, get your insolent coup d'etat backing hides out of there and let someone else rule.

What is built on a 1535 year long coup d'etat orchestrated by your handler families is illegal.

This has to be stopped. No one alive today should be rewarded for crushing the rest of us, and unlawfully:

  • assassinating Julius Caesar in 44 BCE
  • annihilating 32,000 Roman soldiers in 9
  • assassinating Nero in 68
  • sacking Rome in 410
  • kidnapping and murdering Julius Nepos and Romulus Augustus in 476

The Germanic and Jewish coup against us will be forever illegal.

Until the current global, planned, staged Depression, the status quo was barely acceptable.

Now it is a tyranny of the corporation.

Who asked Standard and Poor's to rate a country that gave it a home ? It's doubtful this was Henry Poor's goal in 1860, when he published a History of Railroads and Canals in the United States.

That's hardly the same as interfering in government while participating in staged theater and a coup.

Who asked them to rate any country ?

Ratings are created for their profit and for the trusting insecure and intellectually lazy to be able to compare different entities in an era where we are told we are all equal and no one matters except the names that appear in government over and over at all three levels.

Standard and Poor's was created in 1860. How convenient. It's when the Civil War was set up that would be financed on both sides by the Rothschilds. This defeated the original form of government intended by the Founders and created unionized police to protect the interests of the same bankers.

Then there's their ownership by McGraw-Hill, a company so ingrained in the textbook world when I went to public school that I still remember the stench of new text books that told you that you were learning calculus to become a car mechanic in a sidebar.

Eh ?

Their books contained helpful career hints for what you were being programmed with; they were always pitifully lower than what you were doing. They were setting your future bar low.

Doesn't that "dumbing down" seem more odd on 6 August 2011 than 6 August 1989 ?

It's more companies creating reality, as I've said before. They also own a variety of ABC stations, thus creating present reality as well. They have their grip on J.D. Power and Aviation Week, blessing or destroying those fields at will.

Ignoring the rest of the report, statements like this from any company that creates reality and shovels it at students and then again as adults sitting in their living rooms or sitting in an office should disturb any one.

More broadly, the downgrade reflects our view that the effectiveness, stability, and predictability of American policymaking and political institutions have weakened at a time of ongoing fiscal and economic challenges to a degree more than we envisioned when we assigned a negative outlook to the rating on April 18, 2011.

It's political science. Why doesn't Standard and Poor's stick to their end and we'll stick to ours. In this paragraph they're clearly assailing not only the economy, but the very form of government. They are a corporatist / fascist /socialist outfit prevalent in many facets of life and are exactly what I've assailed, in general, for having a Medusa-like reach in earlier posts.

Similarly from page 3:

The political brinksmanship of recent months highlights what we see as America's governance and policymaking becoming less stable, less effective, and less predictable than what we previously believed. The statutory debt ceiling and the threat of default have become political bargaining chips in the debate over fiscal policy. Despite this year's wide-ranging debate, in our view, the differences between political parties have proven to be extraordinarily difficult to bridge, and, as we see it, the resulting agreement fell well short of the comprehensive fiscal consolidation program that some proponents had envisaged until quite recently. Republicans and Democrats have only been able to agree to relatively modest savings on discretionary spending while delegating to the Select Committee decisions on more comprehensive measures. It appears that for now, new revenues have dropped down on the menu of policy options. In addition, the plan envisions only minor policy changes on Medicare and little change in other entitlements, the containment of which we and most other independent observers regard as key to long-term fiscal sustainability.

We are going to allow a critique not of Congress' acts, but of the very institution to change interest rates, etc ? Why ? Is this a banana republic ?

This parasite ratings and brainwashing company (clearly everything they do is to make you think like them) is only in existence today because thousands of lives saved it from certain destruction had the United States of America and Confederate States of America gone their own ways.

Is this what you want to have control of your life and your children's ?


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