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    The Millimetre Crisis in Hoodwinked Kingdom

    A parable to explain the plain truth about the fraudulent
    “Global Financial Crisis”

    The Millimetre Crisis In Hoodwinked Kingdom
    By Christopher Brooks

    It came about that a whole kingdom was cast
    over by a spell from a tiny sect in it's territory
    that from this day forth all "millimetres" belong and are
    controlled in supply by their new "mm" bank.

    This sect grew in power and found many clever
    ways to manipulate and pervert the "mm" from
    it's genuine honest scientific function as a stable
    medium of exchange.

    The sect grew it's influence by supporting
    the Hocus Pokus University to research
    the scarcity of "mm" theory and the
    Spellmaker Press always published
    the "Coping with limited "mm" stress"

    From time to time and place to place the sect
    adjusted the measure of the "mm" which caused
    all manner of waste and stress.

    Just imagine building a house with an elastic
    tape measure.

    The sect invented new mysterious "markets"
    that they called “measure swaps”, “length futures”
    and “area derivatives” that all speculated on the
    rise and fall in quantities of available "mm" along
    with the changing dimensions.

    New agencies sprouted all about
    the land delivering the growing new services
    required to cope with the many effects of
    the unstable and unpredictable "mm".

    Most of the peasants were not even conscious of
    the "tricky" manipulation of their free and honest
    access to the physical wealth about them.

    The regular surplus of nature and it's generous sufficiency in their work and play was distorted by the peversions of
    the growing “mm” debts that accrued in the process of

    Spellbound, they knew no other "reality".

    This sect cultivated complex explanations for
    the growing inability of the community to
    release the visible physical prosperity of their Kingdom.

    Frustrations and dysfunction lead to civil strife and
    violent fueds became common.

    Some peasants did openly question why there was
    never a shortage of “mm” provided by the bank to
    make the machinery of conflict but no “mm” to
    provide better living circumstances for the very poor.

    The Spellmaker Press quarantined these ideas from
    the general peasantry by branding such dissident
    thinking as “extremist” and “looney”.

    Almost all the peasants were blind to the tricky
    complexities of spell craft and often unconciously
    joined in the persecution of their honest fellows.

    The Kingdoms ignorence and confusion grew
    with the passing of time.

    Eventually this led to the sect claiming
    ownership over the litres employed to measure
    their liquids and on to the page numbers
    in their books.

    The banking sect produced little of any real use at all but
    lived a very fine life earning it's fees on all the activity
    of the bamboozled peasantry.

    A day dawned when the Spellmaker Press announced there was a crisis and due to the shortage of "mm"
    the activities of the kingdom must inevitably decline.

    Work became scarce, production declined and less goods were available for consumption because "mm" were no longer of sufficient quantity to measure the natural world.

    The living circumstance of the Kingdom was retarded
    and depression set in, when the life that did exist , could no longer be enjoyed.

    The high priests of the banking sect announced that this
    was to be a very difficult time for all, but the peasants
    are not qualified to comprehend or understand the
    complexities that caused us to run short of "mm".
    while the kingdom remains plump pregnant with
    all the ingredients for generous prosperity.

    In fact the peasants were declared to be at fault
    because they had been using far too many "mm"
    and now they had to endure their punishment
    of a lean period.

    What a silly stupid bunch of ignorant peasants.

    Isn't it lucky we are too smart to fall for
    such an obvious scam.
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    03 58662009

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    Re: The Millimetre Crisis in Hoodwinked Kingdom

    Excellent post

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