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Can We Put Our Faith in Financial Markets?

Wednesday, April 15, 2015 16:28
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Left. Oil inventories are at an all-time high. So naturally the price of oil is skyrocketing.

Are the markets a mechanism 

to steal our souls as well
as our money?

by Henry Makow Ph.D.

When you see just how crazy financial markets are, you will not want to have your savings invested there.

Wednesday, a report was released indicating that US crude oil inventories rose by 1.3 million barrels from the previous week.

kramer1.jpg(left, Jim Cramer teaches the goyim to be Jews)

However, this was much less than the increase of 10.9 million barrels the prior week.

It brings the total to 483.7 million barrels, the highest level in 80 years.

Now, you’d think this news would make the price of oil go down. Instead, it shot up by 5.3% to $56, a four-month high.

The rationale was that the inventory growth was “lower than expected.” Clearly traders will move the markets up or down and seize upon any excuse to justify it.

As a result of Wednesday’s move, the Canadian dollar popped 1.5%. The Canadian dollar trades according to the price of oil, as if the whole country was nothing more than an oilfield. Every Canadian stock also listed in the US was down 1.5%.

Airline stocks also were also under pressure. They trade inversely to the price of oil. Although airlines are enjoying record profits because fuel costs half what it did last year, their stocks go down whenever oil shows a pulse. Does that make any sense? 

Another example: For years the price of gold moved higher to $1800 an ounce because “the Fed was printing money like no tomorrow.” 

Then about two years ago, the price started to fade to about $1200 today. Did the Fed stop printing money? No, it pulled out all stops and printed more than ever. The “debt” rose to $18 trillion. In other words, gold went down for the same reason it went up. 

Clearly the markets are irrational. Take the ridiculously high P/E’s many companies command. Stocks will go up in a day more than the company earns in a year. Why do “investors” pay $60 to own a company that may earn $2 a year? 


Almost half of all Americans have money in the market. For the last five years, the Fed has flooded the market with liquidity (“Quantitative Easing”) and kept interest rates low. As a result, stock markets are at an all-time high. This buys an awful lot of complicity and complacency, while the government pursues unpopular foreign and domestic policies, like wars, NSA surveillance and false flag terror. 

Clearly, the financial markets are a big part of our satanic possession, more important than porn. I have defined satanic possession as seeking happiness from outside ourselves. Millions seek happiness by turning a quick profit. The stock market is a vast ponzi scheme where everyone buys something with the intent of unloading it at a higher price. Millions of people who speculate on a daily basis have forfeited their souls and become “beggars.”  This is how I see “sin” and “the Fall of Man.” 

As I’ve said, society is being inducted into a satanic cult based on the Jewish Cabala. The rap against Jews has always been they do not create anything but rather trade. I think this is only true of some. 

Nevertheless, the point is academic because we all are becoming Jews. We all pursue happiness outside our soul, usually in terms of sex and money. 



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