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Is The Ukraine About A Financial Collapse?

by on March 2, 2022

(Left: The traitor Zelensky, who brought Putin’s invasion on the Ukrainians with his insane stance, serving only Washington DC)

Either a terrible crash, or a humongous bailout is around the corner. Liquidity in the markets is lower than it was in March 2020, when the S&P tanked 30%.
The Petrodollar is in its death throes, the SWIFT sanctions of Russia will hurt the Dollar more than the Russian Empire, and it’s looking like the current Ukraine Crisis has been created to sell the coming crash, just as the Lockdown and ‘covid’ served primarily to sell the crash cum bailout and money printing in March 2020.

Have a look at this graph, it shows the amount of liquidity (meaning simply the amount of money going around) in the markets. See the two crunches, both in March 2020, and now. It’s actually even worse now.

Why is it important? Because in March 2020, while we got locked up, they gave the Bank the biggest bailout ever, and unleashed money printing on a scale we haven’t seen since 2008.

Just recently, Blackrock whistleblower Edward Dowd confirmed our analysis, that the Lockdown was intended to preempt resistance against the bailouts.

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The blue trend shows the liquidity in the market, the yellow one the S&P index. You can open up the pic in another tab to get a better view. The red circles indicate previous crashes in liquidity, and simultaneous crashes of the the S&P index. The third circle is March 2020.

What this graph is suggesting, is that we are facing a major crash. In the short term.

And this is confirmed by the trend of financial markets since the beginning of this year: the S&P is down over 10%, and the NASDAQ even 16%. Also, it was reported the other day, that the Government expects 0% economic growth over Q1, meaning we are already facing recession. Another sobering indicator is that car sales are expected to implode.

The Fed is now faced with a dire dilemma: either more money printing (inflation), to solve the liquidity crisis, and an insane melt up on the markets, and even much higher consumer prices, or a crash as we had in March 2020. A crash that will be even much worse, because it will also destroy all the gains of the last two years. Meaning it could go as far down as 50%. And likely even more in the years ahead.

All endless blathering by the talking heads about ‘fundamentals’, when rationalizing their mindless speculation, is mostly childish nonsense: markets go up when money grows, and they come down when it doesn’t. Raise the money supply with a factor two, and prices will double. It’s as simple as that.

We can clearly see liquidity tanking, with directly corresponding results in ‘the markets’.

And the problem is that the Fed can’t really continue or escalate its QE. Not without exploding prices even further. Inflation is already the highest in forty years.
Still, there are rumors that they will. It’s an unenviable choice: either print money, and make living unaffordable for the masses, and creating unbelievable windfalls for the idle, speculative class, or no money printing, leading to deflationary catastrophe and a terrible depression.

Personally, my money is ultimately on deflation, for two simple reasons: in the first place, inflation is good for debtors and bad for creditors. A strong inflation would negate the value of the entire debt. And it’s the debt by which the Bankers have us by the balls. It could be that they would allow a little more inflation, if only to sell a hard turn to deflation later on, but ultimately, they want deflation.
Secondly: creating the boom and bust cycle is, besides Usury, the core business of the Fed and the Banking Cartel. They have blown this massive debt bubble over fifty years, and they have plans with it. They’re not going to let us off the hook.

So even when they decide on a last round of QE to stave off the disaster for now, at some point they will let it happen.

Russia invades the Ukraine
As said, the above graph was published only two days before the Russians invaded the Ukraine.

Considering the fact that the Lockdown was a direct result of low liquidity and the ‘need’ to bail out the Bank, and the real economy, with massive money printing and bail outs, we must assume that there is a very direct link between the timing of the Russian invasion (and especially America’s ridiculous, ultra aggressive, non-negotiating stance that provoked it), and the liquidity scarcity in the System this time around too.

The invasion has resulted in a propaganda campaign that surely is very reminiscent of the insane media onslaught that we saw with ‘covid’. The intensity, the absurd lies, fake videos, Ukrainian flags getting projected on major buildings all over the West, prerecorded nonsense videos by Zelensky, etc.

Also, the fierce divide: those who still have difficulty letting go of these hip slave masks are now calling everybody calling for restraint and actual understanding of Putin’s actions ‘traitors’. The fault lines are the same. Basically: for or against the Government. Lies vs. Truth. Blue vs. Red.

Sanctions and the Petrodollar
Immediately after the invasion, the West implemented strong sanctions on Russia, which led to a collapse of Russian markets, down 50%, and the Rubble, down 30%. The Bank of Russia raised rates to 20%. They can still do this, because they’re not so bound by debt, especially the Government.

Most importantly, the US has been trying to kick Russia off of SWIFT. And they have partly succeeded. SWIFT is basically a messaging board, where financial actors communicate concerning payment instructions. Without access to SWIFT, Russia is cut off from the Western Banking System.

In the short term, kicking Russia off of SWIFT will hurt them, but the far more important implication is that the whole world can now see what leverage control of SWIFT provides the West with. Without a doubt, the Russians have long planned their exit strategy, and it is now transpiring that China has a payment system of its own, which they could open up for the Russians.

Things will definitely be hard in Russia at the moment, but the fact of the matter is, that all this is completely within the scope of Putin’s calculations. They have prepared for this for years.

In chess, there is the adage that ‘the threat is stronger than its execution’. And this looks true in this case too: denying SWIFT to the Russians is going to backfire on the US in a major way. It will most certainly escalate dedollarisation.

The Petrodollar was already dying, there was already no way it was going to maintain its supremacy with the unsustainable monetary looseness of the last two years. Major Eurasian powers, Iran, Turkey, Russia, China, Pakistan, even India, had for a long time already been faced with the imperative to become less dependent on the Dollar.

And then there is also the famous fact, that the WEF held an exercise concerning ‘cyber attacks on the financial system‘. One of the key results of this war game, was that Russia would leave SWIFT and install their own Central Bank Digital Currency.

Implying that the Powers that Be had already been planning for this event. Whether it’s sanctions or a ‘cyber attack’ causing Russia to leave SWIFT is ultimately immaterial.

The Petrodollar was dying anyway, so they’re just controlling the demolition either way.

The two main geopolitical trends are the exploding debt bubble, and the closely associated end of US hegemony and their Petrodollar. This is a debt crisis. The debt crisis of an era. Not just another Stock Exchange bubble popping.

The Lockdown was aimed against popular resistance against the massive bailout, necessary to prevent an immediate debt crisis, and there can be no doubt that the current drying up liquidity and the Ukraine crisis are not happening simultaneously ‘by accident’ either.

The last two years have seen inflation, and with it, ‘good times’. But that injection has lost its effect by now, and markets are crashing. The Fed can’t really start printing again, not without creating hyper inflation, which in turn will lead to a crisis on the bond market, which they most certainly can’t afford.

Maybe there will be a last round of money printing, maybe not, but either way, the financial system is teetering on the brink of collapse, be it inflationary or deflationary.

What is coming is not ‘a recession’, not ‘a depression’, but the Greatest Depression.

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  1. bighearterritory permalink

    I certainly know nothing but would like to know more about alternative currencies as we can see what is happening – could we find out about the florign? Is it ongoing successful worth using for exhcange? We live in France so share the euro currency at present.

    • You’re totally right, I feel the urge myself too, to write about the positive currencies, and our acute need for them.
      And yes, De Florijn is alive and kicking, and growing rapidly the last two years.

      • bighearterritory permalink

        So how do we find out about the florijn Anthony and can we use it in France? Janice

  2. Frank permalink

    Ukraine is just an excuse to STEAL money. The Dems’ Swiss accounts are overflowing, and still they want MORE, a thief’s favorite word. As I see it, the Jews are in the process, right this very moment, of raping the entire planet of every last dollar. Prepare yourselves for that which you never thought, in the darkest corners of your mind, you would ever have to endure, cause it’s coming. The 4 Horsemen have arrived.

  3. how do you look at the equity market volatility index?

  4. And it will be a global depression.

  5. muunyayo permalink

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  7. Robert permalink

    ||What is coming is not ‘a recession’, not ‘a depression’, but the Greatest Depression.||

    What is coming is a complete change of paradigm.
    Capitalism is dead, all Q3s, debt bubbles, all that stuff belongs to the past. They create this chaos to introduce a new order. Now it is calles „shock doctrine”, Genesis 47 is about transformation of free Egyptian farmers into slaves. Shock doctrine is very old.
    All this economic baloney is not about the future. Capitalism will no longer exist. Digital money is drastically different than money. Depopulation?

    Speaking about trends, this guy seems to be quite competent in „markets” and in Ukraine, speaks from Kiev and Kharkov:

    About „markets”:

    About Zelensky thug:

    I follow Russian talking heads. Boglaev and Katasonov months or years ago openly declared that Russian Central Bank was a „foreign agent” in Russia. The Bank represents reptilian interests. 20% rate kills any industry.

    I still don’t know who Putin is. Is he a loyal „Young Global Leader” or new Stalin?
    Stalin in 1945 betrayed his demonic „Western partners” and created an independent state. Usury rate for industry in Stalinist Soviet Union was 1%. Will Putin follow Stalin’s footsteps?

  8. ADAM mikail permalink

    President Putin Returns the Gold Standard to Russia

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    | | | | President Putin Returns the Gold Standard to Russia

    President Putin has announced the return of the gold standard in Russia which could make the Ruble the single mo… |



    • Hey man, I hadn’t heard of this yet, and I looked it up.

      It seems about Putin removing 20% VAT from Gold, so it can be used for savings.

      That’s not exactly a Gold Standard as yet, though.

      But it’s definitely very noteworthy. Do you have some additional info?

    • Robert permalink

      This is not the Big Picture.

      Russia is the third gold producing country in the world:

      For the last two years central bank refused to purchase Russian gold, all production came to London and was sold to „Western partners”. In return Russia received (worthless) US or British dollars. This is criminal economy.

      The simplest way to create a stable currency would be to replace US or British dollars in foreign reserves with gold. Russia has such an opportunity as a top gold producer. The only problem is that central bank in the country represents foreign interests…

      • No, Gold the Bankers’ favorite money. They use it to create deflations, and that is exactly what is coming.

        The ONLY solution to Banking is interest-free economics.

      • Robert permalink

        I need to clarify.

        Gold is important. The one who owns the gold makes the rules. That’s why gold is so important.
        The pre-WW2 experience of Japan, Germany and the USSR – and their economic miracles – indicate that gold is unnecessary as the basis of a national monetary system. One need usury free economy and money creation according to economic needs.

        However, gold is needed in foreign trade either to smooth the trade balance or as a manifestation of economic strength for the hegemon of the international trade bloc.

        What the central bank in Russia is doing is blatant diversion. Elvira Nabiullina is controlled by lizard people.

  9. America Pays Putin $70 Million Per Day For Oil

  10. ronkrinock permalink

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    • Thanks for sharing.

      Yeah, FB really knows about holding grudges. It’s years since they started banning my website on theirs.

      I’m not sure whether I should be blaming them for banning my website, or be insulted that Twitter doesn’t. I tend to do the latter.

  11. baszoet permalink

    Great analysis. Similar to previous wars and cold wars, there appears to be a great amount of engineering and coordination behind the scene by the opposame leadership of the great nations. Is the shadow elite about to unleash a world war? It could well be, because that chaos could easily be the basis for the new order, which is probably a communitarian social credit feudalism … and what’s scary is that most of the people will go along with the new system, not realizing how satanic it actually is.

    • Hey Bas!
      Indeed. I don’t really expect war immediately, but it’s definitely coming, it’s hard to see how it will not.

      • baszoet permalink

        War is coming. Read the comments on twitter responding to Tulsi Gabbards “this war could have been avoided if NATO would realize the legitimate security concerns of Putin” – people are so dumbed down they think it is their patriotic duty to destroy their nation by getting into useless wars that have no benefit for them. It seems to be a video game or a movie to them…

        Most people are so brainwashed that they do exactly what their phone or tv tells them to.

        • It’s crazy. They’re firing Russians here in Holland, they’re being excluded from sports events, I’ve never seen anything like this.

          And as you said: it’s a like video game or something for these NPCs, insane how easy they’re getting whipped up into hate mode. First with ‘covid’ against the ‘conspiracy theorists’ and ‘antivaxxers’, now this.

  12. Tony B. permalink

    Anthony, several comments:

    1. Russia is not an empire, it’s a nation first in a federation with other nations.

    2. As an American, I have long dreamed of the time when the dollar was simply the U.S. medium of exchange again. Taken back from the talmudic/satanic Jews using it as their tool at the expense of EVERYONE ELSE.

    3. Always, economy is now judged by growth or not growth while it is NEVER mentioned that this whole concept is based on the criminal allowance by governments for national exchange medias to be created AS DEBT instead of as free coupons REPRESENTING values to equalize exchanges, the only true use of any sort of money. Economies must be forever chasing GROWTH to make up for the constant draining of them by the criminal OWNERS OF THE DEBT, FOREVER PARASITICALLY SIPHONING OFF THE CREAM AT THE TOP OF THE ECONOMIC PYRAMID driving whole civilizations into the dust for their profit.


    Always looking for a gimmick to make that criminal system work for anyone other than the debt owners is flat out suicide. Worse than the jab. And more stupid.


    • jim koconis permalink

      your dream of looking forward to a time when governments no longer create money as debt obligations to banks (really, any bondholder) but as ‘a free coupon representing values to equalize exchanges’ would be a great beginning, tony. but even if that dream became a reality, it would do very little to improve the system.
      once money is created (either as an asset or a debt) by governments, it then enters the economy and resides in the hands of individuals agents. many will use it as a medium of exchange – the purpose for which the government created it. but others (many others), will either lend it out at interest or squirrel it away as a store of value for future use.

      interest will degrade the money and the monetary system it was created to serve. not only does interest (usury) degrade the purpose of money, it also, redefine the meaning of money.
      saving/hoarding the money will do the same, as by definition it removes the money from the only arena in which it was designed to perform in. (no velocity or currency = no money) money cannot be, both, an honest medium of exchange and a store of value at the same time.

      money – however it originates – is, and always will be, only a symbol. and all symbols can be manipulated in purpose and meaning.

      money, like all symbolic expression, is, ultimately and essentially, an art form – and until that is recognized, all the effort expended in trying to understand or manage it will, sadly, be in vain.

      • david permalink

        in that case all communities in the world – villages, towns, etc – need to set up their own local money systems. which they need to do anyway in case national money systems collapse. then it’ll be up to the people of each community to figure out the art & science of money. which we should’ve done anyway. basing our entire civilization on a tool that can & has been weaponized & used against us is beyond moronic

        • even in a world with multiple, local community monetary systems (as opposed to national or international monetary systems) there is no evidence that either usury or hoarding could be eliminated. after all, that’s how we evolved to the ‘beyond moronic’ state that exists today. the size of the monetary system is not a real solution.
          the stark reality is – there is no solution…at least on a macro level.
          but, individually, we can all avoid the trap of usury and encourage others to do the same. and we can all refrain from saving and hoarding the symbol called money. if we, from time to time, find ourselves with a little extra money we can give it away to those in need and encourage others to do the same.
          to spend a lifetime trying to fix something that never worked, or could possible work, in the first place is not ‘why we’re here’. we’re here to give witness to the truth and care for those around us.

  13. you know nothing… governmt debt will effect the collapse.. you have no idea where money originates.. or how it originates…!

    • What are you talking about? How is that not in line with what I’m saying?

      And how do I not know where money originates?! Hello?

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