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Economic “Terrorism” Contributed to/or Caused Crash of ’08?

[1]COMMENT: A Pen­ta­gon report on the eco­nom­ic crash of ’08 cites the pos­si­bil­i­ty of eco­nom­ic ter­ror­ism as a con­tribut­ing cause to the melt­down of ’08. (The report does come from the Uni­fi­ca­tion Church-owned Wash­ing­ton Times, so spin must be fac­tored into the analy­sis in this par­tic­u­lar arti­cle.)

Cit­ing pos­si­ble cul­prits, the report (or the arti­cle’s reportage on it) does not men­tion the Under­ground Reich [2]. In this regard, one should exam­ine FTR #‘s 671 [3] and 690 [4], both of which exam­ine the pos­si­ble role of the Bor­mann cap­i­tal net­work [5] in the finan­cial melt­down.

FTR #327 [6] high­lights the prob­a­ble role of that net­work in the mar­ket manip­u­la­tion atten­dant on the assas­si­na­tion of Pres­i­dent Kennedy and the 9/11 attacks.

Might the analy­sis pre­sent­ed in the arti­cle have been basi­cal­ly accu­rate, but attrib­uted to the wrong con­spir­a­to­r­i­al enti­ty?

“Finan­cial Ter­ror­ism Sus­pect­ed in 2008 Finan­cial Crash” by Bill Gertz; The Wash­ing­ton Times; 2/28/2011. [7]

EXCERPT: Evi­dence out­lined in a Pen­ta­gon con­trac­tor report sug­gests that finan­cial sub­ver­sion car­ried out by unknown par­ties, such as ter­ror­ists or hos­tile nations, con­tributed to the 2008 eco­nom­ic crash by covert­ly using vul­ner­a­bil­i­ties in the U.S. finan­cial sys­tem.

The unclas­si­fied 2009 report “Eco­nom­ic War­fare: Risks and Respons­es” by finan­cial ana­lyst Kevin D. Free­man, a copy of which was obtained by The Wash­ing­ton Times, states that “a three-phased attack was planned and is in the process against the Unit­ed States econ­o­my.”

While eco­nom­ic ana­lysts and a final report from the fed­er­al gov­ern­men­t’s Finan­cial Cri­sis Inquiry Com­mis­sion blame the crash on such eco­nom­ic fac­tors as high-risk mort­gage lend­ing prac­tices and poor fed­er­al reg­u­la­tion and super­vi­sion, the Pen­ta­gon con­trac­tor adds a new ele­ment: “out­side forces,” a fac­tor the com­mis­sion did not exam­ine.

“There is suf­fi­cient jus­ti­fi­ca­tion to ques­tion whether out­side forces trig­gered, cap­i­tal­ized upon or mag­ni­fied the eco­nom­ic dif­fi­cul­ties of 2008,” the report says, explain­ing that those domes­tic eco­nom­ic fac­tors would have caused a “nor­mal down­turn” but not the “near col­lapse” of the glob­al eco­nom­ic sys­tem that took place. . . .