View Full Version : The Deindustrialization of the United States

01-08-08, 11:51 AM

Interview of Daniel Estulin on the Guns and Butter show. Take a listen on what he says about the deindustrialization of the US at 39:30 minutes. Interesting.

01-08-08, 11:57 AM
Does it not sound like the tactic described by Dr. Hudson on his Green Acres interview as pointed out by Verrocchio on this post:


01-08-08, 12:27 PM
Truly evil genius!

Think about it, what a masterful and ingenious use of deceit!

First, you extend maximum credit, creating a high level of artificial demand, then, you contract credit. Voila! People feel guilty and remorse for defaulting and not been able to pay their bills. This then becomes an excellent time to make your unrestrained demands, since they are feeling completely vulnerable. What a perfect way to create "demand destruction."

If you don’t understand how credit creates artificial demand read this work by D.B. Dewey

Address Delivered by D.B. Dewey before the Bankers Assocation, or Bank Credits (http://datadepository.googlepages.com/Address_Delivered_By_D_B_Dewey_befor.pdf)

01-08-08, 07:50 PM

"Super-Imperialism: The Economic Strategy of American Empire".

Interview with financial economist and historian, Dr. Michael Hudson. Liquidity crisis in the banking system; wiping out of credit; demise of the dollar; stock volatility; hedge funds; sub- prime lending, real estate tax versus labor tax, etc. Dr. Hudson has been appointed Chief Economic Advisor for the Kucinich for President campaign, and is writing a new tax policy for the United States. He is President of The Institute for the Study of Long-Term Economic Trend, a Wall Street Financial Analyst, Distinguished Research Professor of Economics at the University of Missouri, Kansas City and author of "Super-Imperialism: The Economic Strategy of American Empire". Visit his website at www.michael-hudson.com.

Guns and Butter First Broadcast August 15th 2007

01-09-08, 09:23 AM
See also this video

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01-09-08, 02:31 PM

Thanks for the video. Nothing conclusive or damning for sure. I subscribe to the simple view of matching their actions to their words. I believe that those of us that do not have a desire for world ownership, yet manage and control substantial resources are more of a threat to them, than them to us.



01-13-08, 06:48 PM
Hmm. Security, privacy, and exclusivity are understandably desirable -- even innocuous -- qualities for a gathering of the Western elite. On the other hand, what are the incentives for the wealthy, politically powerful, or both to expend their time and energy in participating in this annual gathering? As the journalist commented, "...maybe they were [engaging in conspiracy] and didn't realize that they were." This is a vid worth watching, as it contains towards the end an interview with the secretary-general of the Bilderburg organization. He, by the way, seemed to scoff at the notion of one world order, referring to the elite not as in control, but as "like corks bobbing around the stream."

01-14-08, 09:11 AM
What will happen to the land that is foreclosed?

See for yourself: