110420 - Hyper Report

Uploaded by HyperReport on 20.04.2011

Hello, this is Scott... And this is the Hyper Report for April 20th
of 2011.
Gold is currently trading at 1504.63 Silver is at 44.55
The Silver to Gold Ratio is 33.77 Oil is at 107.63
and the US Dollar is at 74.33
Geithner has approved plans for (IMF) to absorb the Fed ???
If true, the IMF could absorb the Federal Reserve to create a true global central bank.
A “basket of currencies” would to be created to replace the U.S. dollar as the international
currency of trade. Tim Geithner and Benji Bernanke currently
serve on the board of Governors at the IMF. No conflict of interest here. Right.
No Relief For Soaring Greek Borrowing Costs
Greek borrowing costs hit fresh euro-era highs amid warnings that yields will rise further.
Greek three-year bond yields jumped to 21.37 per cent and the probability of a default
by Athens in the next five years rose to 67 percent.
Greece is a preview of what is to come in the US in the not-to-distant future.
Count On It!
There will be a great debate on both sides of the political isle; however, the debt limit
will raised. The main reason is that money is debt and
without money there is no debt; thus a loss of control.
When the dollar collapses, and it will, it will be one of the biggest events in modern
history. So prepare accordingly.
Banks Get Failing Grade in Foreclosure Handling
Banks continue to receive backlash for their handling of a flood of foreclosures across
the country. Officials at the Fed say they will soon announce
monetary penalties against mortgage servicers. On the same track, state attorneys general
are conducting their own probe into shoddy foreclosure procedures as well.
With this said and done, look for a compromise deal where the banks will still be able to
foreclose on millions of Americans.
No Proposed Change to Federal Retirement
Before Obama been Lying's speech last week, there was speculation that he would adopt
recommendations of the defict commission. Well, to the surprise to virtually no one,
the Central Planner-n-Chief did not. The benefits and goodies, paid by a broke
government, will continue at the taxpayer's expense.
It is the continued story of what is good news for government workers is bad news for
Paterson Cop Layoffs May Affect Response Times
125, or 25%, of police have been laid off because of budgetary cuts in Paterson New
Jersey. Guess they got rid of the non-essential workers
first before laying off police officers... Right.
Is the cost saving measure compromising safety? Only to people who are not self sufficient
and do not believe in the second ammendment.
McDonald's Hiring Day Draws Crowds
Need a job, well the economic recovery is here.
With 13 million Americans looking for work, McDonalds has stepped up hire 50,000 new workers.
Yes, now those college graduates who are unemployed have an opportunity to can go to a new school.
The school of hard knocks. Good Luck in the new Mcrecovery.
Finally, Please prepare now for the beginning of the
economic and social unrest. Good Day