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Unread post by WHTT » Sun May 23, 2010 6:37 am

The highest amount of notional value OTC derivative ever announced by the BIS [Bank of International Settlements--the central bank of central banks] was one quadrillion, one hundred and forty four trillion. Since those figures were too shocking, the BIS changed their method of valuation to a computer cartoon called "Value to Maturity." Value to Maturity assumes all instruments will perform and there will be zero bankruptcies of obligations. That is a total computer cartoon, yet all in the media support it.

These worthless derivatives are in the “assets” column in today’s accounting.
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How the US news media fails us
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BWZMOQcDnyk

A good review of media ownership and consolidation, the consolidated cartels from where people get their "news," and a reminder of the once-was Fairness Doctrine that the U.S. lost in ’88 (Ronnie Reagan).

Unlike Glass-Steagall, I’m not aware of any moves by elected officials to reinstate the Fairness Doctrine.

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