A brief message from a longtime Wall Street Insider reveals that some of the most influential and intelligent economic minds in the world are now warning of the impending disaster that would be a Barack Obama second term.
My strength has improved. My work, my “war” if you will, is very much ongoing. Though I cannot take credit for everything that has been done, and certainly for what yet is still to be done, I must confess just a bit of personal pride in the results, if not my own part in bringing those results to fruition.
I am writing you now to give you just a bit of insight into some very interesting conversations that have taken place at SALT. As you may or may not be aware, those attending this event are among the very brightest and most astute economic prognosticators of what is to come, for that is the foundation upon which their own personal empires have been built, and the considerable obligations they hold to some equally impressive, successful, and influential clientele.
In essence, what is being repeated, according to those I remain in contact with on a daily basis, is the growing sense of economic unease should Barack Obama be given a second term as President of the United States. And please note that this unease is not simply a domestic product within the borders of this country, but rather a quickly spreading sense of needing to brace for the worst that is now being communicated by financial powers throughout the world. The election results in France, which I am personally dismayed at, though not surprised as such radical political swings are the unfortunate norm for my homeland, have been viewed as a very real and potential harbinger of things to come in Europe, and soon after, even here in the United States.
The fiscal obligations of the State, be it America, France, Italy, Greece, Portugal, the UK, etc., has not only reached, but actually surpassed critical mass at this point. By that I mean to say, hopefully in terms clearly understood by you and others, that there must now be an economic reckoning. That reckoning is no longer unavoidable and many among the SALT attendees are preparing for just that scenario. The only question that remains is how severe, how painful, will that reckoning be.
My own prognosis, based upon that already told to me, and that which my own lifetime of experience would indicate, suggests if Barack Obama is to win re-election in 2012, certain economic doom for every man, woman, and child in America will soon follow. It may not prove as jarring in the short term as what took place in 2008, but a gradual and seemingly never-ending decline that will sink every one of us deeper and deeper and deeper into the abyss. I am convinced China has in place a plan for this event, and has taken measures to help ensure its reality. Their own economic slowdown, already underway, is not a natural thing but rather a strictly coordinated event from within its own central planning regime. They are more than willing to undertake their own short term pain and even widespread chaos if necessary, so long as they emerge the dominant economic power of the world in the aftermath. I have spoken of this to you in prior conversations and have since had those fears confirmed by others who most certainly have the access to verify them. The only question then remaining is if this is being done without President Obama’s knowledge and understanding, or if is he in fact a willing agent of this global economic transformation that will leave the United States subservient to other nations and or some form of global governance? My more recently formed understanding leads me to the inevitable fact of the latter, and I am not alone in coming to this conclusion. Whispers of it are being sent out by participants at SALT, particularly from the Hedge side of the proverbial fence.
Should Mitt Romney be elected, there will still be pain for our economy. That is no longer avoidable. Far too much damage has been done over the course of these last few years. Some of this damage certainly pre-dates the Obama presidency, but he and the progressive leaders of the Democratic Party have quite effectively accelerated it, making it increasingly difficult, and now impossible, to manage. A President Romney provides at least the hope of a recovery that leaves most of what we know as American still intact. A President Obama second term leaves little to nothing we know as America intact. I cannot promise whether or not Mr. Romney has the fortitude necessary to face the challenge of what is coming in 2013. I do know that he genuinely wants to at least try. That cannot be said of Barack Obama.
I told you recently I thought evil had come to the White House and to America. That was not the ramblings of an old sick man. I remain convinced of that belief. I know of evil. I have seen its wicked hand hiding behind the smiling false promise of Hope and Change as it rips away the futures of the innocent from the face of this earth.
And so, for the first time in my life, I now fight directly against a presidential candidate. And if I might say, hopefully without sounding too terribly arrogant, I am not one to lose. As our mutual friend once said in their own unique and quite appropriate way, ”He needs his ass kicked into the dirt.”
I intend to do just that.
Let us try for a personal meeting again soon. I owe you at the very least, an apology for my behavior when last we spoke.
Remaining your friend,