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Russia Selling Off Or Removing US Holdings And Bonds: US/EU Boycott Already Boomerang Bang-up Mess

Fed Custody Holdings Record Decline Fuels Russia Speculation:  Someone big has decided to tip the global money market scales in a big, big way.  I am betting both Russia and China are doing this.  The US has told both that Ukraine and Japan are allowed unilateral declarations of war and the US will back both so…the huge sovereign wealth nations are now going to punish the US and EU.  It is easy: hit either Russia or China in any way with boycotts and seizures of wealth and death and destruction will rain down upon the world’s top sovereign DEBT nations.  That is, the US and UK.  Far from being strong, both are ridiculously weak.  And the people will learn the hard way, hot talk from hot shot idiots leading both debt nations will be punished severely.

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Japan’s Devaluation Of Yen Leading To Mass Devaluations—US Stocks Crash

I noticed the other day that Abe went to Davos, Switzerland, to boast about how he fixed Japan’s economic problems via debasing the currency as much as possible thus enabling higher export profits with the US and EU.  For this devilish activity, he was applauded by the US State Department as ‘So Very Clever’.  Now, the chickens are all dropping dead in the roost as all trade currencies go plunging down, too.  The last 30 years of the US demanding that Japan and China make their currencies higher in value has collapsed as has the US stock market and other systems.

 

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