David Rogers Webb exposes an impending financial cataclysm aimed at confiscating private wealth and concentrating resources with the ultra-elite, including stocks, bonds, and cash held in individual retirement accounts. Is your livelihood and nest egg at stake in the great taking? You can't afford to not find out.
Think it can't be done? It already has.
Think you'll see it coming? Don't count on it.
Are you prepared? Chances are you are not.
There are imminent threats to the financial landscape and insidious tactics embedded in the public-private banking cartel. From the manipulation of securities entitlement to the impact of derivatives and the looming collapse of the global financial system, Webb provides crucial insights and practical advice for navigating the turbulent waters ahead. This expose is a must view to uncover the complexities of the financial world and highlight the urgent need for awareness, resistance, and conscious action in the face of a looming crisis.
David Webb has a background in managing public equities and hedge funds during the aftermath of the Asian financial crisis and the lead up to the .com bubble and bust. He observed that fund flows were disproportionately large relative to the size of the US and global economies, leading him to study the scale of money creation by the Federal Reserve. Despite initial skepticism from his peers, Webb developed the insight that the Fed was actually influencing the financial markets, which was considered a conspiracy theory at the time. This led him to study the scale of new money created, which he discovered could reach up to 1% of US GDP in a single week – a shocking revelation given the relatively steady growth of the US economy. Though initially hesitant to share his findings, David Webb's work would ultimately contribute to a deeper understanding of the Federal Reserve's impact on the financial markets.
Historical Financial Collapses and Current Crisis
– Velocity money collapse in the past leading to global collapse and the end of dynastic rule in China, as well as the collapse of various empires in the early 20th century.
– Impact on global societies and ruling systems.
– The collapse of banking power in the 1930s leading to people having no money and business activity being suppressed.
– Effects on the economy and society.
– The Federal Reserve confiscation of public gold and the tight conditions kept, similar tactics expected with securities.
– Historical context and comparison to current issues.
– Creation of security entitlement legal construct in all 50 states that weakened ownership claims, making it susceptible to insolvency.
– Legislative changes and implications.
Centralization of Financial Power and Impact on Market Stability
– Securities being transferred to higher levels such as the Depository Trust Corp in the US and international entities in Europe.
– Centralization processes and global impact.
– Derivatives shifting to central clearing parties creating centralized risk and concerns over their undercapitalization.
– Risks and repercussions of centralized derivatives.
– Interest rates being raised could cause a significant collapse in the global financial system due to the impact on asset valuations.
– Potential consequences of interest rate adjustments.
Financial Bubbles, Collapse, and Strategies
– The financial bubble created due to a drastic drop in interest rates and the potential 80% fall in the value of everything if rates rise back to over 5%.
– Explanation of the financial bubble and its potential impact on asset valuation.
– David Webb's trading strategy during the .com bubble and bust, involving 3 to 400 positions at the same time.
– Insight into trading strategy and risk mitigation.
– Concerns about economic data series being changed and increasing activism to expose financial issues.
– Awareness and activism in financial matters.
Legal and Institutional Manipulation in Finance
– Change in the 2005 bankruptcy law creating Safe Harbor for secured creditors to take client assets even in cases of fraud.
– Legal changes and implications for clients' assets.
– JPMorgan allowed to take client assets by a bankruptcy judge, illustrating the power of the biggest banks.
– Demonstrated power dynamics in banking and legal systems.
– Changes in laws such as the Uniform Commercial Code and bankruptcy laws manipulating securities entitlement and control of client assets by secured creditors.
– Legislative and institutional implications in finance.
Financial Systems, Influence, and Impact on Society
– The involvement of the CIA and private control of central banks in shaping legal changes.
– Intersection of private and government control in finance.
– The connection between private control of money and its impact on political parties, governments, major corporations, and the media.
– Influence and consequences of private control in finance.
– The potential consequences of owning assets on leverage and the impact on the market bubble.
– Implications of asset ownership and leverage.
Preparedness and Mitigation Strategies
– The value of tangible assets like land, buildings, and the ability to produce food during difficult times.
– Importance of tangible assets and self-sufficiency.
– Practical steps such as eliminating debt and investing in real things to mitigate financial despair.
– Mitigation strategies for individuals and families.
– David Webb's book “The Great Taking” as a resource for awareness and preparation.