Here is another dot connector for everyone to take notice of in regards to manipulated stock markets.
According to Zero Hedge, via a February release of Janet Yellens diary from the Federal Reserve, she made a phone call to Bank of England Governor Marc Carney, who is an ex Goldman Sachs employee, on February 11(Thursday). This call took place from 2pm-2:40pm. After the phone call almost to the exact time the US S&P 500 index rose dramatically.
Janet Yellen then made a phone call on February 12 (Friday) to the European Central Bank President Mario Draghi, who is also an ex Goldman Sachs employee. This call took place from 11am-11:40am. Again after the call almost exactly to the time the S&P 500 index rose dramatically again.
It’s very interesting that stocks could rise that much after each call with apparently no one knowing of the calls taking place except for the ex Goldman Sachs bankers.
Then we have Christine Lagarde in an interview from 2012 saying that when the world goes downhill the International Monetary Fund (IMF) thrives and vice versa. This means when the global economy is going down the IMF make loads of cash by giving out loans to cash strapped countries and raking in the interest. This makes the IMF needed. When the global economy is going well and growing the IMF don’t loan out as much so they lose some interest revenue and aren’t needed as much.
This could be the reason a leaked document from the IMF suggests that they will pull out of the third bail out for Greece if Greece doesn’t apply the pension cuts to use as a base to pay back the IMF loan.
This from Zero Hedge;
According to the Reuters read of the transcript, the IMF staffers "discussed whether Greece could apply more austerity as a condition for receiving more aid ahead of big debt repayments in July and voiced frustration at the European Commission's reluctance to side with IMF pressure on Athens.”
So if you live in a country where austerity is proposed this is why. The IMF wants the money they loaned to your country through hurting the poor people. Then they will tell your country’s politicians they need to borrow more money to make the economy grow. Good scam they have going.
Go to the IMF/countries site, click on your country, read an article mission statement from the IMF and take notice what your politicians are trying to sell the public. It usually coincides with the IMF recommendations. Connect the dots and question everything.