The meaning of the flag.

Code by Fab (12/October/2008)

The Plan is an injustice against them. - Paulson panicked them.

This third one was also found by running a separate search for "Paulson" and "Plan". Both terms were extendable to "the Plan is an injustice (or burden) against (or on) them" and "Paulson panicked (or hurried) them".  

An update of one of the "Paulson Plan" codes: I noticed the following, and interesting, verse right on top of the main term "the Plan is an injustice (burden) against them":

Jeremiah 20:5: "Moreover I will deliver all the strength of this city, and all the labours thereof, and all the precious things thereof, and all the treasures of the kings of Judah will I give into the hand of their enemies, which shall spoil them, and take them, and carry them to Babylon".

Also, I found out that 2 congressmen revealed that Henri Paulson used scare tactics prior to the passage of the Bailout Bill:

Speaking on Tulsa Oklahoma’s 1170 KFAQ, when asked who was behind threats of martial law and civil unrest if the Bailout Bill failed, Senator James Inhofe named Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson as the source...

"...Somebody in D.C. was feeding you guys quite a story prior to the bailout, a story that if we didn't do this we were going to see something on the scale of the depression, there were people talking about martial law being instituted, civil unrest. Who was feeding you guys this stuff?, asked host Pat Campbell.

That's Henry Paulson... responded Inhofe, we had a conference call early on, it was on a Friday I think a week and half before the vote on Oct. 1. So it would have been the middle what was it the 19th of September, we had a conference call. In this conference call and I guess there is no reason for me not to repeat what he said, but he said he painted this picture you just described..."

Inhofe said that Paulson told members of Congress the crisis would be “far worse than the great depression” if Congress didn’t authorize the bill to buy out toxic debt, a proposal “which he abandoned the day after he got the money,” added Inhofe.

On October 2, Democratic Congressman Brad Sherman gave a stunning speech on the House floor during which he decried the fact that, “Many of us were told in private conversations that if we voted against this bill on Monday that the sky would fall, the market would drop two or three thousand points the first day, another couple of thousand the second day, and a few members were even told that there would be martial law in America if we voted no.”

He later retracted some of his comments:

"...I urged my colleagues not to take the extreme statements seriously and urged them to defeat the bill. It should be clear from the context of my speech that I did not believe that martial law would be declared under any circumstances and I did not think that such absurd and outlandish comments should cause members to vote for the bill.

I also want to stress that I have no reason to think that any of the leaders in Congress who were involved in negotiating with the Bush Administration regarding the Bailout Bill ever mentioned the possibility of martial law -- again, that was just an example of extreme and deliberately hyperbolic comments being passed around by members not directly involved in the negotiations..."

But the fact remains that he made them, and basically confirmed what Inhofe said about Paulson and his threats, which confirms perfectly the content of the second term in the matrix then ("Paulson panicked them").






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