Mr. L.B. sent this article, and I want to speculate about it in terms of yesterday's article about DNA-backed crypto-currencies:
Why view this article from the standpoint of yesterday's blog about DNA-backed crypto-currencies?
Bear with me here as I try to outline briefly the context for today's high octane speculation.
In 2008 the world watched as the bailout hearings were under way. Bankster after bankster, crony crapitalist after crony crapitalist, paraded across the television screens. Then came the stunner: we were informed that, though we'd be bailing out these criminals, they insisted there be no congressional oversight of how they used the money they were being given. At the time, I thought this was a very unusual request. It reminded me of kidnapping victims: "We need x amount of dollars; but we can't have any oversight from the police or other authorities." In other words, it struck me that not only was criminality involved, but that these people were under some sort of threat or duress. A few countries like Iceland had the chutzpah to throw them in jail. But for the most part, the kleptocracy paid a few fines, and got away with it. A few gave themselves huge bonuses, coincidentally enough after the bailout money was made available.
Over the years I have not modified that basic view that some sort of duress or threat was in evidence, though I have entertained various modifications of the details of what sort of duress or threat it may have been. For example, missing trillions of dollars has been much in the news lately, and I have to wonder if we're looking at an undisclosed component - a covert component, in whole or in part - of that bailout.
Over time, it emerged that various large banks had engaged in "robo-signing" documents - literally committing fraud and forgery - to pump and dump the housing market.SOme banks even established accounts for various clients without their knowledge or consent. At the same time, it also emerged that these same "financial institutions" had become exposed to derivatives to the tune of quadrillions of dollars: more than the entire GDP of the planet, several times over.
Do the calculation: divide the quadrillions of dollars in derivatives by the population of the planet. At the time the number of 14 quadrillion dollars was being oft-cited, though I suspect that that number was very conservative. That's 14,000,000,000,000,000. Divide that by the approximate current population of the Earth, seven billion, or 7,000,000,000. Under that calculation, every single human being is exposed to the derivatives bubbles to the tune of 2,000,000 dollars. And remember, that's the conservative estimate.
This means, in effect, that the labor of every last man, woman, and child on the planet - from the banksters' point of view, this is, after all, crony crapitalism - is under indenture beyond the typical human lifespan. From their "we want to restore slavery and own slaves" perspective, life-extension is not - as is usually supposed in the alternative research community - a privilege of the wealthy, it's a sentence on the poor. How to harvest an individual's labor and productivity (and hence, wealth)? Extend their lives, even make clones. Erase the bad paper and bad ledger entries that way.
In short, harvest their DNA. Collateralize it.
And isn't it interesting that they're starting with dogs, man's best friend, to keep us all company while we toil away on some asteroid mine.
Granted, it's high octane speculation, but like most regular readers here, I put nothing past our "elites".
See you on the flip side...