Via Richard Daughty, Panacea.
I know we're closer to the end of the game than we are to the beginning due to the size and frequency of the lies being generated by the Bush regime. This last week, the markets rallied when it was announced that foreign governments had once again returned to the bond pits and were buying US debt at close to a record pace. Bonds, the dollar, and the stock market all rallied on the great news. A closer look at the numbers reveals a different reality. It seems that something called "Caribbean Money Centers" accounted for more than $23 billion worth of these purchases. Having lived most of my life in Latin America, and being quite familiar with the Caribbean, I'm here to tell you that you should not use the phrase "money center" in the same sentence with the word "Caribbean." To put this in its proper perspective, Enron was a product of Caribbean money center manipulation and we all know how that turned out. The U.S. economy is just a larger Enron.
Uh oh. Repeat 3 times. That would be ponzi overdrive.