Monthly Archives: February 2010

Japan’s consumer prices fall again in January. Deflation now -1.3% compared to January 2009.


Japan, after two decades of fighting against deflation and racking up 240% of GDP public debt has literally nothing to show for. The deflation is firmly entrenched in the Japanese economy, which is a very good thing for consumers, not speculators.

One hell of a deflationary bust: JP Morgan loses 93% of value of Lehman collateral that it holds.


This is an excellent real life example of how deflation works. As reported by Reuters JP Morgan was holding Lehman Brothers’ collateral back in 2008 as a way to protect itself against possible investment losses. Well, deflationary bust that was caused by rampant FED sponsored inflation prior to the Fall of 2008 crisis, has hit not only the investments but the collaterals as well.

When you have a 93% evaporation on the collateral which is supposedly only a fraction of the actual assets that it guarantees, you can safely say we are in the thick of it – the deflation.

Empty nonsense talk from European policy makers.


It is time to end globalism, time to end European Union, time to abandon Euro currency and shut down the Brussels parasitic state once and for all. European people don’t need their stinking opinions on how to run their lives. The sooner this modern economic and political systems come down, the sooner we’ll all breathe easily. It applies to all countries around the world.

G7’s Sheeple Distraction in IQALUIT, Canada, while Central Bankers Meet Secretly in Australia.


We don’t know what the Central Bankers will be discussing during their secret two day meeting in Australia, but what we know is that you don’t hold a well publicized G7 economic ministers meeting at the same time for no reason. If the CBs need a distraction that means that something is very grave and serious is going on. Whether we are on the verge of a new panic and financial crisis or something else, but it cant be good. Perhaps the sovereign debt issues in Europe are on the verge of causing a big monetary implosion and stock markets collapse.

The stock market will start a new leg down the week of February 8 2010.


The money has been laundered. The stock market will start a new broad based decline the week of February 8th, 2010. This is round 2.