Georgi Stankov, January 12, 2016
When the financial and economic Orion Ponzi scheme will finally crash this year, most probably in the early months, this will be entirely the result of the Greatest and Longest Depression of the world economy of all time. Please observe that I was the first and for a very long time the only economic and financial expert that made the public officially aware of the existence of this Greatest Depression since the 2008 crisis. Based on this irrevocable conclusion and contrary to all rigged statistics and lies of the ruling cabal and their banksters that were able to mire even the most cunning critical experts in the West, I explained how this depression will lead to the collapse of the Orion economic order on this planet in the End Time.
In fact, I predicted this Greatest Depression as early as in 1997 before anybody else even had the remotest idea that there is such thing as End Time and Ascension. You can check on the Internet or elsewhere and you will not find a single fact to disprove my claim that I am the first and only far-sighted economic expert worldwide who for almost two decades now analyses, assesses and predicts the hidden currents and processes leading to this Greatest Depression that is active since 2008 and is now coming to a conclusion.
From a transcendental point of view I consider myself to be the ultimate creator of this Greatest Depression of All Time by merely discerning it 20 years ago as an integral part of the Ascension process. Of course the practical 3D realization of it was left to the banksters and the dark ruling cabal who always follow in their total separation from the Source their inner incurable tendency of self-destruction. To quote Rob Kirby, “I have been known as a conspiracy theorist, a tin foil hat wearing conspiracy theorist for the last twenty (ten) years of my life because I said the markets are rigged. Now, a former Fed President has come out and said ‘yes, we rigged the markets.’
And I have endured the brunt of unduly critics to this very day. But very soon this unbearable state will be over. What we now observe is a peak in unanimity of opinions among all critical experts, which we first noticed early last year, namely the broad acknowledgment that the world economy is indeed in its last throes and will die for ever very soon.
I wished all the New Agers would have used their minds in a more intelligent manner in the past, since this movement emerged in the 60s and 70s, and would have developed an economic expertise that would have helped them understand the economic and financial fraud of the Orion cabal and would have supported us, the PAT, more actively in the expression of this Greatest Depression of all time from the very beginning. Instead, with their petty minds, they succumbed to the very dark ideas of NESARA and the existence of fictive hidden St. Germain’s funds that would make them rich overnight. In this infantile belief they only proved that they are unenlightened cretins and an object of ridicule for the dark secret services that were launching with great success such dark concepts to which these idiots willingly succumbed. In this they only displayed their pecuniary mentality and that they are hapless human beings who can only cherish their Savior complex which the PTW instilled into their weak minds since they invented the Jesus myth two thousand years ago.
This observation is very important as it will be in the centre of furious collective discussions in the very near future when the financial crash will paralyse the economy and will force the masses to give up their infantile hope in the competence of the ruling elite to take care of their well-being. We, the PAT, know that nothing is further from the truth, but they still do not know it. And I have been shown today one more time how great is the illusion and the false hope among all these people in this demoralised and debased western society, when I had a conversation with a real estate agent this morning on the state of the Canadian economy and why the insane real estate bubble in this country has burst last summer, even though the blind Canadians still refuse to accept this dire fact, notwithstanding their rapidly progressing impoverishment since then.
Below I am publishing an article from an external source that confirms unequivocally the existence of the Greatest and Longest Depression of all time and how even the most critical and intelligent economists in the West such as Joseph Stieglitz failed to grasp its full scope and are still unaware of its cosmic ramifications which are a common knowledge to us. But it is also remarkable that also the most prominent cabal banksters in the West have also announced in advance the coming final crash of the Orion economic order. They must know what they are talking about as they are the chief perpetrators of this Greatest and Longest ultimate Depression of all time.
“Future Economic Historians” Will Probably Call the Period That Began In 2007 “the L-O-N-G-E-S-T DEPRESSION”
Washington’s Blog, January 12, 2016
Sure, last year was the first pre-election year stock market loss since the Great Depression. And admittedly, this week was the worst opening week of any year … EVER.
But that’s not the big news.
The big news is that a prominent economist – University of California economics prof Brad DeLong – wrote today:
Economist Joe Stiglitz warned back in 2010 that the world risked sliding into a “Great Malaise.” This week, he followed up on that grim prediction, saying, “We didn’t do what was needed, and we have ended up precisely where I feared we would.”
Joe Stiglitz is right.
In the aftermath of 2008, Stiglitz was indeed one of those warning that I and economists like me were wrong. Without extraordinary, sustained and aggressive policies to rebalance the economy, he said, we would never get back to what before 2008 we had thought was normal.
I was wrong. He was right.
Future economic historians may not call the period that began in 2007 the “Greatest Depression.” But as of now, it is highly and increasingly probable that they will call it the “Longest Depression.”
What’s he talking about?
We noted in 2009 that more Americans will be unemployed than during the Great Depression.
We noted in 2010:
The following experts have – at some point during the last 2 years – said that the economic crisis could be worse than the Great Depression:
- Fed Chairman Ben Bernanke
- Former Fed Chairman Alan Greenspan (and see this and this)
- Former Fed Chairman Paul Volcker
- Economics scholar and former Federal Reserve Governor Frederic Mishkin
- The head of the Bank of England Mervyn King
- Nobel prize winning economist Joseph Stiglitz
- Nobel prize winning economist Paul Krugman
- Former Goldman Sachs chairman John Whitehead
- Economics professors Barry Eichengreen and and Kevin H. O’Rourke (updated here)
- Investment advisor, risk expert and “Black Swan” author Nassim Nicholas Taleb
- Well-known PhD economist Marc Faber
- Morgan Stanley’s UK equity strategist Graham Secker
- Former chief credit officer at Fannie Mae Edward J. Pinto
- Billionaire investor George Soros
- Senior British minister Ed Balls
We explained in 2011 that many economists agree we’re in a depression … and they only argue about whether we’re facing the “Great” depression of the 1930s or the “Long” depression of the 1870s. We also noted that housing prices fell farther than during the Great Depression.
In 2012, we wrote:
We’ve repeatedly pointed out that there are many indicators which show that the last 5 years have been worse than the Great Depression of the 1930s, including:
- The housing slump
- The level of inequality between rich and poor (too much inequality destroys economies)
- The interconnectedness of financial systems and economies worldwide (interconnectedness leads to financial instability)
- Runaway spending and greed
*** Indeed, the number of Americans relying on government assistance to obtain basic food may be higher now that during the Great Depression. The only reason we don’t see“soup lines” like we did in the 30s is because of the massive food stamp program.
We noted in 2013 that the British economy is worse than during the Great Depression, and more Americans are committing suicide than during the Great Depression.
We pointed out in 2014 that Europe is stuck in an economic malaise worse than a depression, that Americans fared better after the Great Depression than the 2008 crisis and that U.S. foreclosure rates are comparable to the Great Depression.
Last year, we noted that an important economic indicator – the velocity of money – has crashed far worse than during the Great Depression, and that the howling winds of deflation are hammering the U.S. just as much as Europe.
Indeed, the Federal Reserve admits that all of its policies since 2008 may have been ineffective … even counter-productive. We’ve previously explained: “We are stuck in a depression because the government has done all of the wrong things, and has failed to address the core problems. For example:
- An economics professor says we’ll have “a never-ending depression unless we repudiate the debt, which never should have been extended in the first place”
- Fraud was one of the main causes of the Depression, but nothing has been done to rein in fraud today. Indeed, the only action the government is taking is to help cover up fraud
- All leading independent economists have said that the economy cannot recover until the big, insolvent banks are broken up, but the government has just helped them to get bigger
- Excessive leverage helped cause the Great Depression and the current crisis, but the government has encouraged more leverage
- The Federal Reserve caused the Great Depression and the current crisis, and has done nothing but help the fatcats at the expense of the little guy. And yet the government has given the Fed more power than ever.
- Government policies send manufacturing jobs and dollars abroad
The bottom line is that we – and the wealth of our nation – have been looted. The great redistribution of wealth in history has created a depression.
Corrupt policy has caused medieval, king-and-serf levels of inequality. As we noted in 2011:
The 1% has caused a depression for the 99%