3 thoughts on “ TIDBIT: ZERO HEDGE: MYSTERY SURROUNDING COLLAPSE OF HONG KONG ...”

  1. Frankie Calcutta

    Another victim of the Boston bombing? The last thing the banksters want right now are rival commodity exchanges, especially as they consolidate all their own. If I’m reading this correctly, paper gold gets taken down which takes out this upstart Hong Kong Exchange. Then the banksters organize a sting on the Exchange executives in a hotel room with all the incriminating documents. If I know my banksters, somewhere along the way they also managed to swindle some gold or at least a large chunk of cash– a portion going to the Chinese guys who set up the sting operation and take down. Like 9/11 and the 2008 mortgage meltdown, the Boston bombing was a multi-faceted operation meant to address numerous problems and rivals. I notice since the Boston bombing, the CIA has been on the chopping block and even had their drones taken away.

    I would also add that while the Chinese may think generations ahead, the average Chinaman is only thinking about the size of his bank account that day, like the rest of the world, and maybe even more so. You can only defeat the banksters if you can 1) can eliminate greed and corruption from your culture or 2) have such advanced technological superiority that you can manipulate time or some such thing. Barring that, the banksters will always be able to use human greed to keep themselves in supreme power and the rest of humanity their money obsessed victims.

    I still contend that the CME is on the chopping block one day as well. As soon as the Chicago mob is out of the Whitehouse and it can be done with minimal resistance.

  2. Robert Barricklow

    This sounds as if it is somehow linked to the story about a “qubit” computer being used by the darkside. Somehow it is linked to the internet to “scan” for financial crimes(the exclusive domain of the darkside) and bring bad things to light(full of twisted slogans today). This interface is of couse layered in deceptains. Besides searching for competive crime families, the “Qubit” interface also works fulltime in running the new “tecnocapitalism” paradigm. The commodification of creativity is a vital to technocapitalism as that of capital or factory labor were to industrial capitalism. This complex process is at the root of the activities that can be considered symbolic of technocap[italism. The exploitation of creativity for commercial ends is therefor a hallmark of the emerging era. This means that the commodification of creativity in research is no more avoidable under tchnocapitalism than commodification in factory production was under Industrial capitalism. The market value of the results of creativity can probably be more easily damaged than commodities of industrial capitalism ever could be. Corporate strategies aimed at preempting competitors from gaining market value through predatory predation or theft are more common than in the heyday of industrial capitalism, given the rapid flow of information and the global scope of corporate action nowadays.Competive destruction of the market value of the results of creativity therefor poses a signifcant that in commodification, leading to greater efforts to regiment creative processes. Thus turning commodification into a source for pathology.

  3. marcos toledo

    Another gold and gold certificate scandal this time in Hong Kong. Now Hong Kong Mercantile Exchange has imploded who next in this global embezzlement scheme and to who’s profit and which banksters. We live in interesting times.

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