Thursday, November 5, 2009

Is Web Bot for October 25 a Hit or a Miss?

The October 25 "tipping point" date of the web bots (see my post here Web Bot Weirdness) has come and gone and no real obvious tipping - yet. So is this going to go down as one of their misses? Well, I wouldn't be so hasty to give it a final grade just yet. When they first started picking up strong vibes on this in the internet linguistics in spring of this year, they were about equally divided on whether it would be an Israel/Iran war or trouble with the dollar, not that these two issues would be unrelated. Lately, they have been leaning more toward banking/dollar as what is being tipped into trouble.

There has been some tipping on both issues as the dollar has been weakening and becoming a real concern as a holding by many nations. But perhaps a more dramatic tipping has transpired on the Iran issue. October 25 could be seen as a turn point from peace to war. It was on this date that the inspection of Iran's new nuclear facility took place, and it seems to be more a military facility than a peaceful one. And October 23 was the Friday deadline Iran was to give their answer at the Vienna talks on handing over their uranium stockpile for peaceful processing in France and Russia. Iran has essentially said "no" to a peaceful resolution, giving a late answer the next week that would allow them to hand over their LEU in stages so they could continue working on their bombs. This is a nonstarter at Vienna. It could be that we are tipping into war, which would make for more trouble with the markets and the dollar. From George Noory's radio show Coast To Coast on July 21 summarizing Clif High's work:
- When Israel bombs Iran (also around end Oct early Nov), they will use a nuclear-tipped bunker buster that will hit something unforeseen underground. As a result, a radioactive cloud will form that will pollute and sicken Southeast Asia. This will cause much of the world to turn against Israel.

- The “Death of the Dollar” will be a continuing trend, with a hyper inflationary period in 2010, and banking crises/confidence losses that will begin in August 2009 and escalate by November 2009.

Since the big "no" answer from Iran at the talks, the quiet on the subject has become deafening. Makes me worry.

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