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Conspiracy Example - Credit Crunch Conspiracy
Hey you don’t have to believe me, a hairy mongoose sitting here just in his pants ranting about the world, or even Richard Cook – then how about a former investment banker with Goldman Sachs?
If such an insider called it a conspiracy would that give the idea more weight?
Let’s listen to John R Talbott and his 2009 book “The 86 Biggest Lies on Wall Street” – after all he predicted the global banking crisis in 2006. Mongoose maniacs amongst you may be shouting on the top of your voice, but so did you Mr. Mongoose in your ground breaking 2006 book “Fragments” you predicted the economic crash. Why thank you I say, but this is the author of seven books on economics and politics who has written for the Wall Street Journal, the Financial Times, the Herald Tribune and has also commented on CNN, Fox and CBS. He is quite main stream, not a mad hairy man from North London babbling away, friendless, alone, aimless......Mr. Talbott the suit wearing insider is saying there was a conspiracy.
Before we start, and in case you want to skip ahead, here is a quote from page 27 which gives you the gist;
“No, this was not a random event. This was not due to the general business cycle. It had a real cause, and that cause was fundamental and structural. Our government, our financial markets, our largest financial institutions, and our biggest corporations entered into a corrupt business enterprise to rip off the American consumer and taxpayer.....Commercial banks packaged junk securities and called them AAA with the paid assistance of the rating agencies who were part of the complete criminal conspiracy [my emphasis]...this was a pre-planned and direct attack on the American consumer and the American taxpayer.”
Let us go through the main points and the main factors raised in this highly readable and recommended book making them relevant to our discussion here;
Hedge Funds & Politicians
“The real reason hedge funds should have been regulated from the start, should have been transparent and should have been forced to report financial information to the SEC on a regular basis is that hedge funds are some of the biggest players on our financial markets...They are the country’s largest contributor to Congress and to presidential elections, and the quid pro quo of their financial contributions to our government is that there be no new regulations imposed on them.”
Mongoose comment; so basically the hedge funds bought the politicians in the first place and told them to shut the fuck up and turn a blind eye.
Hedge Funds & Transparency
“I think the reason that people fight transparency and want to avoid financial reporting is simple. I think most people that are afraid of shining a bright light on their activities do so because they are pursuing criminal activities. I believe that the hedge funds, almost all of them, are breaking the law in one regard or another.”
Mongoose comment; so basically these hedge fund guys are criminals.
Hedge Funds & Capital Adequacy Ratios
“hedge funds can easily manipulate how much leverage they have to boost their spending and borrowing power because neither their capital base nor how it is employed is known by anyone outside the inner circle of the conspiracy.”
Mongoose comment; so basically hedge funds are a criminal conspiracy.
Hedge Funds & Insider Trading
According to Talbott, “I don’t think that insider trading in the hedge fund industry is limited to a few bad players. I think it is the basis of almost all their investment decisions.”
Mongoose comment; so basically the game of money making is rigged, against you of course!
Hedge Funds & Stock Price Manipulation
“I don’t have any evidence or specific examples...other than the unusual and highly improbable returns being generated by the hedge funds. Since there are no reporting requirements for hedge funds, it is impossible to gather real evidence”
Mongoose comment; so basically they made loads of money illegally and by corruption in a rigged game, against you, and no-one asked them to account for it.
Congress & Regulation
“I believe the entire industry paid Congress to stand down and not regulate, and then hid their brazen lie of responsibility behind the clever phrase that they were all just trying to increase homeownership in America.”
Mongoose comment; so basically the hedge funds bought the politicians in the first place and told them to shut the fuck up and turn a blind eye, like we said, and when they were found out they said they did it to help the poor! This one is a classic of all time.
Alan Greenspan & The Crash
“He [Alan Greenspan] is a major advocate of Ayn Rand. But he didn’t develop this philosophy while in office; rather he was appointed to office because he held this philosophy. The people didn’t choose him; corporate controlled politicians selected him.”
Mongoose Tangent: Who is Ayn Rand? Why is she important?
I must admit a certain lack of knowledge with regards novels and literature in general – and that has come back to bite me on the arse here.
You may have been led to believe that Alan Greenspan, that sombre, conservative looking mumbler of arcane economic pronouncements who was around for seemingly hundreds of years, would follow the teachings of an economist. Wrong! Ayn Rand turns out to be a novelist who lived 1905 – 1982.
I re-read Talbott’s book and he had mentioned Rand before on page 26; “He [Greenspan] was a major advocate and follower of Ayn Rand’s philosophy that argued that regulation only got in the way of human enterprise best exemplified in a completely free market. Remember Ayn Rand was a novelist, and novels are fiction.” [my emphasis]
Well she may have been a novelist and novels are ostensibly fiction but 1984Brave New World and Philip Dru; Administrator are all blueprints for the mess we are in if we look at the dystopic future worlds they depict. Let’s get to know this Rand lady a bit better......
"ATLAS SHRUGGED" by Ayn Rand - A Blueprint for Ushering in the New World Author Unknown – article found on Ron Paul forum at
Many of you may already know that the book "Atlas Shrugged" by Ayn Rand, is the blueprint for the New World Order (see below). 
In fact it is little known habit of the elite to place a copy this book like the one below (35th anniversary gold embossed) on their coffee tables.  If you are one of "them" you will be able to quickly identity that these people (who possess this book) are "in the know". This is really no different than a Freemason using a secret handshake to identify a fellow Mason. [This gets better – Rand is “associated” with Philippe Rothschild, below]
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Philippe Rothschild, fingers in many pies
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 Atlas Shrugged – blueprint for NWO chaos?
In 1957, a 1,168 page book by Ayn Rand, called Atlas Shrugged, was published.
According to numerous sources Rand was a mistress to Philippe Rothschild, who instructed her to write the book in order to show that through the raising of oil prices, then destroying the oil fields and shutting down the coal mines, the Illuminati would take over the world. [Gulf of Mexico disaster April 2010 - not an accident?????]
It also related how they would blow up grain mills, derail trains, bankrupt and destroy their own companies, till they had destroyed the economy of the entire world; and yet, they would be so wealthy, that it would not substantially affect their vast holdings.
The novel is about a man who stops the motor of the world, of what happens when “the men of the mind, the intellectuals of the world, the originators and innovators in every line of industry go on strike; when the men of creative ability in every profession, in protest against regulation, quit and disappear.”
If we are to believe that the book represents the Illuminati’s plans for the future, then the following excerpts may provide some insight to the mentality of the elitists who are preparing us for one-world government.
One of the characters, Francisco d’Anconia, a copper industrialist and heir to a great fortune, the first to join the strike, says: “I am destroying d’Anconia Copper, consciously, deliberately, by plan and by my own hand. I have to plan it carefully and work as hard as if I were producing a fortune- in order not to let them notice it and stop me, in order not to let them seize the mines until it is too late ... I shall destroy every last bit of it and every last penny of my fortune and every ounce of copper that could feed the looters. I shall not leave it as I found it- I shall leave it as Sebastian d’Anconia found it- then let them try to exist without him or me!” [If this is not a narcissistic nutjob then I don’t know who is]
A bit later, d’Anconia says: “We produced the wealth of the world- but we let our enemies write its moral code.” Still later, he says: “We’ll survive without it. They won’t.”
Dagney Taggart, the main character of the book, is the head of the Taggart Transcontinental Railroad. Her goal was to find out who John Galt was. She discovered that he was a young inventor with the Twentieth Century Motor Company, who said he would put an end to the regulations which bound a man to his job indefinitely. Before disappearing, he said: “I will stop the motor of the world.” He told her: “Dagney, we who’ve been called ‘materialists’ ... we’re the only ones who know how little value or meaning there is in material objects ... we’re the ones who create their value and meaning. We can afford to give them up ... We are the soul, of which railroads, copper mines, steel mines, and oil wells are the body- and they are living entities that beat day and night, like our hearts, in the sacred function of supporting human life, but only so long as they remain our body, only so long as they remain the expression, the reward and the property of achievement. Without us, they are corpses and their sole product is poison, not wealth or food, the poison of disintegration that turns men into hordes of scavengers ... You do not have to depend on any material possessions, they depend on you, you create them, you own the one and only tool of production ... leave them the carcass of that railroad, leave them all the rusted nails and rotted ties and gutted engines-  but don’t leave them your mind.”[there is not much to leave you inhuman son of a bitch!]
Francisco d’Anconia, who blew up all the copper mines in the world, said of Galt: “He had quit the Twentieth Century. He was living in a garret in a slum neighborhood. He stepped to the window and pointed at the skyscrapers of the city. He said that we had to extinguish the lights of the world, and when we would see the lights of New York go out, we would know that our job was done.” [my emphasis – remind you a bit of the darkly nihilistic film Fight Club?]
Galt led the men of the mind, on strike, and they retired to a self-supporting valley, where a character, Midas Mulligan, says that “the world is falling apart so fast that it will soon be starving. [my emphasis] But we will be able to support ourselves in this valley.” Galt said: “There is only one kind of men who have never been on strike in human history ... the men who have carried the world on their shoulders, have kept it alive, have endured torture as sole payment ... Well, their turn has come. Let the world discover who they are, what they do and what happens when they refuse to function. This is the strike of the men of the mind.” [So striking is a bad thing if workers do it but ok if the intelligentsia do it?]
The book describes what resulted from the strike: “But years later, when we saw the lights going out, one after another, in the great factories that had stood like mountains for generations, when we saw the gates closing and the conveyer belts turning still, when we saw the roads growing empty and the streams of cars draining off, when it began to look as if some silent power were stopping the generators of the world and the world was crumbling quietly...” And the culmination of their efforts: “The plane was above the peaks of the skyscrapers when suddenly, with the abruptness of a shudder, as if the ground had parted to engulf it, the city had disappeared from the face of the earth. It took them a moment to realize that the panic had reached the power stations- and the lights of New York had gone out.” The men of the mind had taken over the world. [and the New World Order’s plan to reduce population and live in a new Eden without the useless hordes fits in quite well doesn’t it – a mere coincidence!]
Ayn Rand, author of Atlas Shrugged, which was a bestseller; had previously written We the Living (1936); The Fountainhead (1943), which became a 1949 movie starring Gary Cooper as an architect willing to blow up his own work, rather than see it perverted by public housing bureaucrats; and Anthem (1946). She later wrote For the New Intellectual (1961), Capitalism: The Unknown Ideal (1966), and The New Left: The Anti-Industrial Revolution (1970). She also published a monthly journal (with Nathaniel Branden, a psychological theorist) called The Objectivist.
Rand based her novel on her philosophy which she called Objectivism. As she put it: “We are the radicals for capitalism ... because it is the only system geared to the life of a rational being ... The method of capitalism’s destruction rests on never letting the world discover what it is that is being destroyed.” She also said about the book: “I trust that no one will tell me that men such as I write about don’t exist. That this book has been written- and published- is proof that they do.”[and she should know, intimate knowledge wink wink, nudge, nudge]
Is Atlas Shrugged a coded blueprint for the Illuminati’s plans of bringing this world to a point where they can institute a one world government? It certainly is thought provoking.... the Illuminati is destroying our economy [or just a coincidence?], and they do control the corporate structure of the United States, if not the world, there just may be something to this book, and maybe we should consider it a warning. [or predictive programming]
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 Ayn Rand – wanting a hero for the elite

Submitted by The Granger on Sun, 03/01/2009 - 20:39.
When it comes to NWO, It's called reverse engineering [my emphasis], note John Galt is an engineer.. Atlas Shrugged is a road map to the NWO in reverse engineering. I'm sure she was inspired to write this book, as many artists, like Ayn Rand (not her real name...).
Atlas Shrugged talks about a conspiracy of government and corporation who take down the structure of life as we know it, for sustainable development [my emphasis], which Galt's engine was capable.. It could have saved the world, but the global elites take the engine to Atlantis, and Galt goes into his room and enters a new dimension, as the lights go out in NY.....

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Ayn Rand born Alisa Zinov'yevna Rosenbaum

Carl Baydala - Featuring: the Mike Wallace interview of 1959
She has developed a philosophy which she terms 'Objectivism'. Essentially, it is a rational approach to understanding reality - objective reality. The mind is the organ that perceives for us and this is the basis of the philosophy. Through the use of our minds, and using rationalism and not mysticism, we can come to know the world around us, enabling us to develop a moral code with happiness as its base and objective. That is the philosophy in a nutshell. The only debt that she holds for the formation of her philosophy is to Aristotle she claims, and all the rest of it is of her making.
Ayn Rand holds some basic beliefs which I consider to be reasonable, as they are stated. She does not believe in God or mysticism; there is simply no evidence for the idea that God exists. And, she also thinks that man is basically a selfish creature who acts out of self interest. I cannot disagree with these beliefs and in fact I would applaud them. I have stated many times in my writings that man is selfish and that it is in his benefit to be that way. How are you going to survive if you do not take care of number one? It is simple logic and a very rational approach to life. [please remember these are the comments of Baydala]
Philosopher Rand has some other ideas, however, that I cannot totally agree with. She has some strong beliefs on the virtue of altruism, for example. Altruism, according to Rand is a bad thing because it is not natural and does not serve our interests. Why should we be constantly on guard and thinking of the needs of others? What do we gain from this kind of conduct and how does it benefit man to be constantly altruistic? She believes that practicing altruism leads to institutions in society which are harmful to it. Things like collectivism and welfare and the like do not benefit society, but rather, work against it.
She is also a forceful advocate of individualism and thinks that dominant personalities pursuing things of self interest is the best kind of policy for a society. For it is the rugged individualist who builds factories and industries and provides jobs and wealth for all. And, she also thinks that government should be minimized or separated from the economic part of society. Ayn Rand believes in laissez-faire economics and in no controls or collectivism as provided by government. To use one her phrases, she thinks that government and economics should be separated, just as state and church are so organized. 
She also takes time out from her busy schedule to condemn the Arab states for daring to nationalize their oil. She thinks that the oil in the Middle East belongs to the U.S. since they provided the technology to extract it. She is also providing impetus for the dawning neocons and their zeal for global dominance. Is she a shill for the globalists? Who knows, but I think it is an honest question, especially after you watch all of her interviews. [well as Rand supports the main neo-con objectives and those of the illuminati Bilderbergers I would hazard a guess that she was on the side of the elite and their New World Order – where else would she sit? With the Palestinians and the citizens of the slums? No, exactly]
Just as philosopher Rand does not mince words or ideas nor do I. Consider, for example, that Allan Greenspan, the previous chairman of the Federal Reserve Bank (some say that he was a contributor to the financial crisis which appeared in 2007 because of his low and extended interest rate policies and lack of bank regulation) is one of her adherents, and in fact, was associated with her. So, once again I dare ask: are we being set up - for war and capitalism gone wild in this period of the late fifties and beyond?
Ayn Rand's philosophy is the basis for unbridled capitalism, unfettered and free as it were, and to pursue the things that capitalism does best, namely acquire wealth at the expense of all other things [New World Order wants it all].
Ayn Rand is in love with tall buildings and the capitalists who created them - she is not in love with presidents who would do well for all of the people all of the time or to try and distribute the wealth to the less fortunate. That very idea is an anathema to her. 
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I get dressed up to type Fragments too...
It is an Illuminati book. The book was ordered written and produced by Philip Rothschild, the leader of the Illuminati in his day and age. It was ordered written by a woman named Ayn Rand. She was, at that time, one of Philip Rothschild's mistresses. She was already a well-known author and her books sell nationwide. She wrote this book, it was suppose to be a novel. It's 1,100 pages.

It was written as a novel supposedly, but it is a codebook. And what's in the book, is a step by step plan to take over the whole world by taking over the United States. [my emphasis]

When you study Atlas Shrugged, you will find out that you are reading the front pages of the paper today. The oil shortage that doesn't exist

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