Wednesday, September 17, 2008

Prisoner's Dilemma and Market Crashes

David Nollmeyer Flagstaff AZ - May 2007

The Crash in the stock markets of Mid September 2008 is the work of Cambridge Law School. Many Illuminati theories hold that various clicks of banking families control banking. In degree STATE PLANNING IS AT HAND NOT SECTOR PLANNING.

Cambridge does the planning and the banks provide the competition and capital. Note that Barclays has won a share of bankrupt Merryl Lynch.

If one considers the analogy of product dumping one can understand aspects of AUTARKY and who wins or loses hence gains a marginal benefit for an entry into the market. 

The Japanese have used a comparative advantage in labor in electronics and automotives to produce large quantities of product for export. Against the United States the profit margin is smaller and the imports are more adapted to demographics. Protectionist barriers limit the entry of vehicles into their domestic market. 

As the original competitors lose market share even the dumpers may lose. The weak are forced out of business. The same tactic has been used with avocados grown in Mexico and exported to this country.

Even the largest banks as Citi and Bank of America are losing capital but they are also getting a chance to drive out rivals and take their share of the market with a possible 3 to five year hold for their scavenging.

In degree there is an UNRECOGNIZED SCORCHED EARTH THAT THE UNITED STATES that is also confounding sycophants who hear, see, and speak no evil.


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Thursday, September 11, 2008

Archetypes in State Planning and Social Wrecking

First I would like to extend my prayers to all those affected by 9-11 and the present syndrome of hurricanes.

The creation and use of archetypes or first patterns is prevalent throughout the present entrapment and scorched earth. It is more than likely that 9-11 has also been affected by antecedent events placed by de facto state planners.

Here we are dealing with no more than real prisoner’s dilemma as would normally be used to explain conflicts as in defection to NATO or old Warsaw Pact interests.

The concept of eugenics and lifespan development are synthesized in three western folk stories which have some basis in real history. The Wizard of OZ, The Pied Piper of Hamelin, and the Children’s Crusade are used to in some degrees as a hue in the trajectory of the unrecognized 
Scorched earth.

Unfortunately in this event the Wizard has no brain himself. If one believes that there is No Place like home, red shoes or any other defection imposed by a third party power is unlikely to aid one.

A mysterious charmer who appears to be able to cure a disaster with song is becoming more a current especially and the popular musician, CEO, and presidential level.

The Children’s Crusade does have relevance to the War on Terror and acts of faith and the dislocation and dystopia of youth.

The Wizard of Oz

The Wizard of Oz is a 1939 American musical-fantasy film mainly directed by Victor Fleming and based on the 1900 children’s novel The Wonderful Wizard of Oz by L. Frank Baum.The film features Judy Garland as Dorothy Gale, Ray Bolger as the Scarecrow, Jack Haley as the Tin Man, Bert Lahr as the Cowardly Lion, Billie Burke as Glinda the Good Witch of the North, Margaret Hamilton as the Wicked Witch of the West, and Frank Morgan as the Wizard.

The film follows schoolgirl Dorothy Gale who lives on a Kansas farm with her Aunt Em and Uncle Henry, but dreams of a better place "somewhere over the rainbow." After being struck unconscious during a tornado by a piece of broken window, Dorothy dreams that she, her dog Toto, and the farmhouse are transported to the magical Land of Oz. There, the Good Witch of the North Glinda advises Dorothy to follow the yellow brick road to Emerald City and meet the Wizard of Oz, who can return her to Kansas. During her journey, she meets a Scarecrow, Tin Man and a Cowardly Lion, who join her, hoping to receive what they lack themselves (a brain, a heart, and courage, respectively), all of this is done while also trying to avoid the many plots of the Wicked Witch of the West, in her attempt to get the ruby slippers that Dorothy received from the squashed Wicked Witch of the East.

The Pied Piper of Hamelin

In 1284, while the town of Hamelin was suffering from a rat infestation, a man dressed in pied garments appeared, claiming to be a rat-catcher. He promised the townsmen a solution for their problem with the rats. The townsmen in turn promised to pay him for the removal of the rats. The man accepted, and thus played a musical pipe to lure the rats with a song into the Weser River, where all of them drowned. Despite his success, the people reneged on their promise and refused to pay the rat-catcher. The man left the town angrily, but returned some time later, seeking revenge.

On St. John's Day. while the inhabitants were in church, he played his pipe again, this time attracting the children of Hamelin. One hundred and thirty boys and girls followed him out of the town, where they were lured into a cave and never seen again. Depending on the version, at most two children remained behind (one of whom was lame and could not follow quickly enough, the other one was deaf and followed the other children out of curiosity) who informed the villagers of what had happened when they came out of the church.

Other versions (but not the traditional ones) claim that the Piper lured the children into the river and let them drown like the rats or led the children to a cave on Köppen Hill or Koppelberg Hill (outside of Hamelin) or a place called Koppenberg Mountain and returned them after payment or that he returned the children after the villagers paid several times the original amount of gold.

Children’s Crusade

According to more recent research there seem to have actually been two movements of people (of all ages) in 1212 in Germany and France. The similarities of the two allowed later chroniclers to combine and embellish the tales.

In the first movement Nicholas, a shepherd from Germany, led a group across the Alps and into Italy in the early spring of 1212. About 7,000 arrived in Genoa in late August. However, their plans did not bear fruit when the waters failed to part as promised, and the band broke up. Some left for home, others may have gone to Rome, and some may have travelled down the Rhône to Marseilles, where they were probably sold into slavery. Few returned home and none reached the Holy Land.

The second movement was led by a French shepherd named Stephen of Cloyes (a village near Châteaudun), who claimed in June that he bore a letter for the king of France from Jesus. Attracting a crowd of over 30,000 he went to Saint-Denis, where he was seen to work miracles. On the orders of Philip II, on the advice of the University of Paris, the crowd was sent home, and most of them went. None of the contemporary sources mention plans to go to Jerusalem.

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Thursday, September 04, 2008

Country First?

The Republican Convention has been quite subdued. Only the nomination of Sarah Palin has caused a stir. It remains to be seen what type of agenda John McCain will specify at his acceptance speech. President Bush appeared only by streaming video. Two tropical storms and Hurricane Ike, a category 4 storm are expected to reach land in the next days to weeks.

I have made many complaints against John McCain and other Arizona officials, many while present in the state. Sarah Palin is an open question. Here candidacy delivers her to the profile of young, under 50 years of age competent authorities most likely to face criminal prosecution for de facto and negligent behavior during a scorched earth event. 

It is hard to believe, but true, that the human being will condone such fraudulent behavior. 

This alone is one of the lessons the human race and the United States in particular will learn as the future pays the cost for the pasts mistakes.

Charles Oberley, past attorney general of Delaware is a prime target for direct confrontation. I would reciprocate with an effort against ex-governor George Deukmejian and one time Homeland Secretary Tom Ridge.

As the subprime housing market despoils the economy, still many persons have profited quite handsomely while others as myself are totally marginalized. A serious underclass could form, say those making $20,000 a year or 10 dollars an hour or less. 

I will have to respond to the Republican candidates at a more appropriate time.

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