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All the Markets Need Is $200 Billion a Quarter From the Central Bankers

The bankers broke the utility of banking.

All the Markets Need Is $200 Billion a Quarter From the Central Bankers
By Simon Kennedy Oct 21, 2014 7:18 AM ET

The central-bank put lives on.

Policy makers deny its existence, yet investors still reckon that whenever stocks and other risk assets take a tumble, the authorities will be there with calming words or economic stimulus to ensure the losses are limited.

A put option gives investors the right to sell their asset at a set price so the theory goes that central banks will ultimately provide a floor for falling asset markets to ensure they don’t take economies down with them.

There is a requirement of banking, for it to be allowed to exist; it should pay compound interest to savers that is above the rate of inflation. Also, banks that lend unwisely should be allowed to fail. There should be no floor on asset markets (stocks, bonds)! Banks have to be allowed to fail! Duh!

By estimating that zero stimulus would be consistent with a 10 percent quarterly drop in equities, they calculate it takes around $200 billion from central banks each quarter to keep markets from selling off.

So we should have “collapsed” a long time ago. It’s a long decompensation. Banking and government are one and the same, and going down together.

No one remembers honest banking. Honest banking would have let these rich men jump out of their windows of their high rises. Honest banking means regular people who save money can earn compound interest above the rate of inflation.

We seem to have forgotten that. We wouldn’t need Social Security/Medicaid et cetera if we simply had honest banking.

So I got the good news, and I got the bad news. Bad news first.

The bad news is that they broke honest banking in order to install socialism and a New World Order control system. It’s the Cloward and Piven Plan.

The Cloward–Piven strategy is a political strategy outlined in 1966 by American sociologists and political activists Richard Cloward and Frances Fox Piven that called for overloading the U.S. public welfare system in order to precipitate a crisis that would lead to a replacement of the welfare system with a national system of “a guaranteed annual income and thus an end to poverty”. Cloward and Piven were both professors at the Columbia University School of Social Work. The strategy was formulated in a May 1966 article in the liberal[1] magazine The Nation titled “The Weight of the Poor: A Strategy to End Poverty”.[2]

The two stated that many Americans who were eligible for welfare were not receiving benefits, and that a welfare enrollment drive would strain local budgets, precipitating a crisis at the state and local levels that would be a wake-up call for the federal government, particularly the Democratic Party. There would also be side consequences of this strategy, according to Cloward and Piven. These would include: easing the plight of the poor in the short-term (through their participation in the welfare system); shoring up support for the national Democratic Party-then splintered by pluralistic interests (through its cultivation of poor and minority constituencies by implementing a national “solution” to poverty); and relieving local governments of the financially and politically onerous burdens of public welfare (through a national “solution” to poverty)[citation needed].

The good news is that the people doing this are a coalition of plutocratic madmen made crazy by their wealth and equally whackadoodle Ivory Tower and Think Tank “perfessor” types who have little or no contact with real life. This drama ends with them destroying their own source and base of power.

It’s the old story of people with power but no sense writing orders for competent men who can see these orders and plans are totally whacked out, but try to implement anyway so they can support their family.

One layer below the plutocrats and Ivory Towers are people who don’t believe in them at all and when the plutocrats fail, the people just below them will seize power from them. Much like happened in the late Roman empire.

Take Nat Rothschild:

I met someone who piloted his jet in a car dealership service waiting room, waiting to get his Saab fixed. He knew Nat and Deripaska and some ministers from the Russian government. He met them, shook their hands, had their lives in his hands.

I had a long conversation with this pilot, and we talked about the loss of compound interest for ordinary people, and even about forced racial mixing and mass non-white immigration. This dude was 100% on our side. 1000% if that’s possible!

The Oligarchs are being too clever by half in Breaking the Machine using Cloward and Piven. They think they will get Cloward Piven socialism and control, but what they will end up getting is the source of their power, smashed! They are deliberately sinking the very ship of which they are captains!

Do you think they will be offered to captain the lifeboats we are able to piece together from the wreckage? I don’t think so.

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6 comments on “All the Markets Need Is $200 Billion a Quarter From the Central Bankers

  1. Cj aka Elderofzyklons Blog
    October 22, 2014

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  2. mindweapon
    October 22, 2014

    The commenters at Bloomberg know what’s going on:

    aubreyfarmer • 3 minutes ago
    The only ones getting any stimulus are the banks. Imagine how fast consumer goods would fly off the shelf if all of the deeply in debt members of the public were given a million dollars. I can guarantee you it would have stimulated the economy. Of course it would also destroy the dollar but the dollar is about dead anyway.
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    TheQuickening • 31 minutes ago
    People just don’t realize how much harm has been done to our nation during the last few decades. Between the Clinton, the Bush and now the Cloward-Piven offspring, the bill will come due one day.
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    BigInMemphis • an hour ago
    That is the most utterly absurd thing I have every heard. Man, I say cut ALL stimulus now, deal with the crash and then let the parasites swim on their own for now on.
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    Stingray_3440 BigInMemphis • an hour ago
    This….
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    Self Employed • an hour ago
    Not everything is dem versus republican. The bankers own both parties. Is Obama a poor president? Of course he is. Does this article have anything to do with Obama. Of course not. It’s how the federal reserve and Wall Street are manipulating the markets for their own personal wealth. And whenthe market crashes, they’ll be the first to sell
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    TheQuickening Self Employed • 30 minutes ago
    “they’ll be the first to sell” Nope! They’ll have sold at least 24 hours prior.
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    02144pomroy TheQuickening • 3 minutes ago
    You mean guys like that nice old man Warren Buffett? I’ve seen a picture of that nice old man eating a hamburger. He’s just like one of us.
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    Bill • 2 hours ago
    The destruction being caused by the socialist welfare state and crony capitalist markets is so massive and is being hidden with smoke and mirrors. Never forget the progressive mantra of never wasting a crisis, for they are manufacturing the biggest of modern times. There will be a day of financial chaos that will make Glen Beck a modern day prophet. There are very bad times ahead.
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    Yu So Wong • 2 hours ago
    In the Fed rigged economy, does anyone really know what anything is worth anymore?
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    Gr8tGooglyMoogly Yu So Wong • 2 hours ago
    I do! Your paper money will be worth zero or close to it in a very short period of time!
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    Stingray_3440 • 2 hours ago
    WS has nothing to do with how Companies are performing, how the market is doing or what shape the finances of the nation are it. It only cares how much can the Fed’s print and how fast can the banksters and brokers get it into THEIR accts. End of story.
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    Gr8tGooglyMoogly Stingray_3440 • 2 hours ago
    Bingo!
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    MichaelGuy • 2 hours ago
    The objectives of the Obama Administration and the Democratic Party in extracing and extorting 3 Trillion dollars from the productive, private sector are as follows: 1) The “Vanguards of the revolution, the Bolshevik elite, are recreating a feudal caste sytem. The Director replaces the duke, the Commisar replaces the count and the bureaucrat replaces the Baron. The Democratic Party is the party of the government, by the government and for the government. To be accepted into the First Estate , confers the equivalent of a patent of nobility, allowing government employeees to live lucratively, with extravagant benefits off the public purse. WE in the private sector are the peasants and socialist serfs. The other objective is to keep this country permanently indebted to foreign plutocrats. All debts, including national debts, come with terms, conditions, and with pledges of collateral that will be confiscated by the creditors when the loan defaults. Our officials force each of us to co-sign this national debt and accept the consequences when income /tax revenue is insufficient to repay the loan In that case the lenders willl use this debt leverae to control and manipulate Congress, obtain chartered monopolies and leases ( like selling carbon credits), dictate policies and even control the military ad the Mid East policy. And since this high national debt and high taxes benefits both banker and bureaucrats, this treasonous economic policy will be continued by these progressive parasites until the people are reduced to penury.
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    Gr8tGooglyMoogly MichaelGuy • 2 hours ago
    Or until the People rise up and smack down these Parasitic GUBmint thieves!
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    Jim Smith MichaelGuy • an hour ago
    the republican party is different? LOL
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    GTFOofNOLA • 6 hours ago
    Ludwig von Mises snickers.
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    Iben_Hadd • 9 hours ago
    …..These comments left markets with the impression that the ‘central-bank
    put’ is still in place,” Morgan Stanley currency strategists led by
    London-based Hans Redeker.

    This didn’t end well in Germany, Argentina, Zimbabwe, Russia, Austria, Brazil, Chile, Poland Japan, just to name a few.
    BUT1 This time it’s different by golly this is The United States of America. Not some stupid third world nation with a Kenyan running the show.
    OH!
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    Charlie Bass • 9 hours ago
    I laugh when I watch CNBC – its Ebola, Its Siria – no its the fed when it stops so do the musical chairs. Big government is a disaster.
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    mcian • 9 hours ago
    The whole thing is a scam, a ponzi scheme designed to drive the common man into debt and to empower the central banks. It’s time we destroy the central banks, try the people that own and run them for crimes against humanity and return to the gold standard. Until then we will never know peace, freedom or enjoy liberty.
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    Dr. Angus McDonald mcian • 9 hours ago
    Karl Marx
    Das Capital vol-2

    He who controls the Banks, controls the Money.
    He who controls the Money, controls the Economy.
    He who controls the Economy, controls the Future

    In a Capitalist Democracy
    where “We the People” invest in each other
    and do not leave control to the Government Ruling Elite,
    Banks need to be decentralized and locally controlled.
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    GI Joe • 10 hours ago
    Any of you clowns figure out how we will pay back $18,000,000,000,000.00 in just operating accumulated Federal Government debt, in addition to the unfunded liabilities of medicare/cade, SSI of $100,000,000,000,000.00????????????????????????????????????????????????????????
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    CincinnatiMike GI Joe • 6 hours ago
    Don’t worry, the praz-i-dent says we owe it to ourselves so no big whup. He’s an imbecile only surpassed by the voters who supported him and, at the bottom of the heap, the sychophant press who salivated at every bone he threw them (no matter how diseased) and every compliment he paid them (no matter how backhanded).

    Maybe we should make congressmen and the president personnally liable, guarantors if you will, of any debt they run up while in office…..
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    Regina Notman GI Joe • 7 hours ago
    Put an anchor on EPA and let capitalism soar. Too many agencies doing the same ” work” or lack of. Dept. Of Education back to states. Consolidate. Term limits to four years, no pensions. Remove unions from all federal and state funded jobs, better productivity with competition. Hire a new POTUS that has a CEO business resume.
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    CincinnatiMike Regina Notman • 7 hours ago
    Term limits across the board – 6 years House, 12 years Senate, 8 years President (already in place – this president makes me think 6 years is enough to prevent the current types of disasters) and one 18 year term for Supreme court justices (rotating appointments every two years) – with no president appointing more than 2 justices per term.

    Oh, and no pensions for any federal job – they HAVE to be in Social Security and set off their own private pensions themselves.

    Finally, no titles away from the office – you can call yourself Congressman, Senator, President, Judge(Justice) ONLY while holding office AND on official duty – kind of like police officers or military men. Enough of this new aristocracy!!!!!
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    charles barr • 10 hours ago
    give the $92 billion a month to middle income America. The rich hae been getting this free moey for 5 or 6 years now and have done nothing but line their own pockets. Time to give it to people who will sped it and create an economy that will strengthen the country.Dole it out like EIC to everyone who filed a tax return with a gross income of at least $1 .and no more than $250 thousand.And how would O veto it cause he’s for the middle class right!!!! HELL HE MIGHT GET VOTED A THIRD TERM. Come on prez you want to take more fabulous vacations at our expense and golf to. Fundraisers might suffer a bit though.
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    VendicarDecarian0 charles barr • 10 hours ago
    Poor Charles Barr. He just doesn’t seem to realize that the money the FED is producing is being borrowed by the Federal Government and distributed primarily to low income Americans.

    Republicans are exceptionally stupid.
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    Dr. Angus McDonald VendicarDecarian0 • 9 hours ago
    Stupid Troll.

    Ignorance can be cured,
    but Stupid is forever.
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    mcian VendicarDecarian0 • 9 hours ago
    The money is not backed by anything tangible and what is being printed is a fiat currency that has no real value. This leads to inflation and devaluation of a currency.

    Liberal democrats are far more ignorant than republicans.
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    David Mowers • 10 hours ago
    “Give the power to the people and they’d be actin’ right…” -Tupac
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    Infidel51 • 12 hours ago
    This is just plain insanity. The central bankers have destroyed us most people just don’t know it yet. If the average American citizen would just take the time to learn the basics they would be appalled with what they discovered.
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    VendicarDecarian0 Infidel51 • 10 hours ago
    You have proven elsewhere that you can’t even add.

    You don’t have a hope in hell of ever understanding “the basics”
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    GI Joe VendicarDecarian0 • 10 hours ago
    So says the bimbo, transgender, whatever you are. Here are the numbers, 18 trillion in Federal Government operating deficit and 100 trillion in unfunded liabilities. How do you suggest we pay for it j@ck h01e??????
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    VendicarDecarian0 GI Joe • 10 hours ago
    You had better get to work, wage slave.
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    Billy Tea Infidel51 • 11 hours ago
    The Central Banks saved us from the perfidy of government and private spending. We’ve become prodigious spenders and pathetic savers. Booms fuel fixed expenditures like entitlements programs yet the revenue they are predicated on is variable.. blaming central banks is like blaming the doctor for an obese person who has developed diabetes.
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    Guest Billy Tea • 10 hours ago
    So the Central Banks that loan us Trillions year after year that will eventually enslave us with debt? We need them? I don’t think we do. We should only spend what we take in taxes and States and Muni’s should be independent from fed govt. funds entirely. Then we could all live in financial reality and within our means.
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    VendicarDecarian0 Guest • 10 hours ago
    Ronald Reagan didn’t agree with you. That is why he borrowed and spent over 3 trillion in current valued dollars to throw a federal spending party.
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    Dr. Angus McDonald VendicarDecarian0 • 8 hours ago
    Liar.
    Congress borrows,
    Congress sets spending.
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    Guest VendicarDecarian0 • 9 hours ago
    What has the current administration borrowed, why look so far into the past?
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    VendicarDecarian0 Guest • 9 hours ago
    Reagan’s borrowing occurred during a period of economic growth, and habituated the U.S. economy on deficit spending.

    Obama’s borrowing has been to keep tens of millions of Americans housed and fed during an economic depression caused by Republican fiscal mismanagement.

    You don’t seem capable of comprehending the difference.
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    Dr. Angus McDonald Billy Tea • 11 hours ago
    A little Economics 101 for you Billy.
    First, money is supposed to represent
    the level of production of Goods and Services.

    It is not supposed to be printed to feed the Stock Market Casino
    or to buy up Chinese holdings of US Treasury Notes
    or to pay for Congressional overspending.

    As the Chinese dump their American holdings,
    the Fed prints money to buy them up
    because if those Treasury notes were to flood the market,
    their value would collapse
    and Americas ability to borrow via Treasury Notes would disappear.
    America would financially collapse.

    So we now have almost 3 times more money out there
    than the production of Goods and Services should reflect.
    The Democrat Socialists will try to kick that can down the road
    until the Presidential Election
    when anyone other than a Democrat wiil likely become President,
    and then let it all collapse, blaming the other side.

    At the same time guess who is left holding the bag ?
    Now only the American Money will collapse,
    because the Goods and Services produced remain.
    You can protect yourself by banking in another currency
    not linked to the American Dollar
    and keep a healthy amount of 1/4 ounce gold coins as well.

    Do not save in American Dollars
    or dollar connected currencies.
    see more
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    VendicarDecarian0 Dr. Angus McDonald • 10 hours ago
    “First, money is supposed to represent
    the level of production of Goods and Services.” – Dr Idiot

    Pure idiocy.

    “As the Chinese dump their American holdings,
    the Fed prints money to buy them up” – Dr Idiot

    Pure Idiocy.

    Levels of foreign held American debt continues to climb.
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    Dr. Angus McDonald VendicarDecarian0 • 9 hours ago
    You name call, but the information is so readily available.

    Your statement of foreign holding of American Debt
    is true for Europe because the markets there are shaky
    and manipulated by the Socialist Elite who run the EU,
    but we were talking about the huge debt held by China.
    Focus.

    Maybe you should put your Bong down
    and open a basement window.
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    GI Joe VendicarDecarian0 • 10 hours ago
    So says the commie p0s troll. Go back to Russia!
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    VendicarDecarian0 GI Joe • 9 hours ago
    You can’t add or subtract either.

    Pathetic.
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    Markangelo Dr. Angus McDonald • 10 hours ago
    But you Tea Party Libertarians already told me to buy Gold at $19.oo an once ?
    Now I dont have any more dollars and my Gold is going down everyday;
    some STANDARD ?
    Apple stock has not gone down ?
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    GI Joe Markangelo • 10 hours ago
    Give me a break, gold has not been $19 for a hundred years, if that much. Liar p0s as all commies. Vote out all dems this election, look how much they have fd up the Republic.
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    VendicarDecarian0 GI Joe • 9 hours ago
    If you bought gold in 1980 you have lost 3/3rds of your holdings.

    Now that is a Republican kind of investment.
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    VendicarDecarian0 Markangelo • 10 hours ago
    The fools who bought gold in 1980 have already lost 2/3rds of their money.
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    Dr. Angus McDonald VendicarDecarian0 • 8 hours ago
    Gold was around $425 in 1985
    How does your math work ?
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    Nicko Infidel51 • 11 hours ago
    for instance, if we learn about simple correlations we will see the evidence that central banks misrepresent information: http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com
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    FaceliftMasks • 12 hours ago
    The next US President is so $crewed. Pretty soon the smoke is going to obscure the mirrors.
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    Catlove • 12 hours ago
    Why should banks pay you interest when they can get all the money they want printed be their friends in government?
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    mcian Catlove • 9 hours ago
    Fiat currency has no real value. So the more a government prints without an actual backing asset (gold, silver, platinum, palladium) the less real value the money has.

    The fact is this is a scam, the central banks have worked diligently to tell people that hard currency (gold, silver, platinum, palladium) are poor investments with very low if any ROI.

    But the fact is they hold their value, even when fiat currencies collapse. And the goal is to get only a small portion of people to own true wealth. True wealth is what is tangible and you can OWN and cannot be taxed on or controlled by others. If you have it in your physical possession you own it, and governments and central banks don’t like that, because they can’t control you. You become a true free CITIZEN. Something that they create the illusion of but can ONLY be realize if you have REAL money.

    My great grand-dad figured this out just before the great depression of 1929. He refused to turn in his gold and when the depression hit… he had wealth that others didn’t.

    Fact is when governments print money (fiat currency) they build the foundation for their financial demise which allows the central banks to take even more control and exert even more power over the common citizen.

    Central banks are the core of ALL of our woes as a people across the globe.

    Added as an after thought: The biggest reason precious metals are a bane to central banks is because it is a finite resource, one they cannot create from nothing. That is where the intrinsic value is derived… the fact that there is a finite quantity which means the markets dictate the true value… not the banks… and they can’t have that.
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    VendicarDecarian0 Catlove • 10 hours ago
    Probably because they have to borrow it from the FED, but they charge you for giving them your money.

    Duh!
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    Dr. Angus McDonald Catlove • 10 hours ago
    Exactly.
    The banks use your money to play the Stock Market Casino

    The Federal reserve, due to these printing games,
    now hold the bulk of all US Debt.
    This is so that the banks collapse during the upcoming “correction”

    Karl Marx said it was important to centralize the banks
    so as to have the ability to control and devalue the money.
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    VendicarDecarian0 Dr. Angus McDonald • 10 hours ago
    “The banks use your money to play the Stock Market Casino” – Dr Angus Fool

    Yup. That is what the Capitalist deregulation of the banks was all about.
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    Dr. Angus McDonald VendicarDecarian0 • 9 hours ago
    One of my best friends
    is President of one of the Nations Largest Banks.
    The Fed gave him money in the Swing States
    to use for Home, Car, small Business and Boat loans.
    The problem is that regular people are going their best
    to not have debt,
    so the super low interest loans
    ended up in the hands of Housing Developers,
    wealthy buying and building homes
    and corporations building half empty building
    “for the future”.

    As far as the “Stock Market Casino” comment
    read up on the Fed Pumping.
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    VendicarDecarian0 Dr. Angus McDonald • 9 hours ago
    Liar Liar.. Pants on fire.
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    Dr. Angus McDonald VendicarDecarian0 • 9 hours ago
    Oh how adult of you.
    Rather than looking it up.
    I think it is time you took your hand out of your pants
    so enough blood can rush back into your brain.
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    scottincary • 13 hours ago
    Extend your arm straight out at a 45 degree angle and say “Sieg Heil!”… We’re all Fascists now…
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    VendicarDecarian0 scottincary • 10 hours ago
    Just the Republicans.
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    mcian VendicarDecarian0 • 9 hours ago
    Led by the democrats.
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    Brian scottincary • 12 hours ago
    I’m not a fascist…just my gov’t is.
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    scottincary Brian • 11 hours ago
    🙂 I was just paying homage to the Newsweek (or was it Time’s) magazine’s cover after Obama’s immaculation to the presidency in ’08 which proclaimed us all to be Socialists now….
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    Brian scottincary • 10 hours ago
    I understand. I guess I’m still in shock at the realization that I live under a fascist gov’t…and it’s been years since I came to that realization.
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  3. Hipster Racist
    October 22, 2014

    Reblogged this on Hipster Racist and commented:

    Didn’t I tell ya not to get anything big? Didn’t I tell you not to do nothin’ to attract attention? What are you, stupid? Take it back!

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  4. Hipster Racist
    October 22, 2014

    Two words: Credit Unions.

    They are not a panacea, but they are a necessary first step to liberating the white middle class from the banksters.

    The main excuse I read when people say they aren’t a member of a credit union? “But the bank’s ATM is closer!”

    You can do banking on your cell phone now, and you can get cash back at retail stores. No more excuses, Whitey!

    http://www.mycreditunion.gov/

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    • Sisyphean
      October 23, 2014

      Yep, people forget why credit unions exist at all: because banks aren’t trust worthy by definition and the larger the bank the less trustworthy it is. Contrast that with a locally owned and operated credit union and the location for liquid savings is clear (and by that I don’t mean alcohol, though I do enjoy making my own spirits as a side hobby). I do have bank accounts at commercial banks, but only checking accounts, to avoid sweeps. Man they hate when they can see money coming in but know the savings go somewhere else. I’ve had bank managers email me, call me, and stop me in the branch to ‘chat’.

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  5. icareviews
    October 22, 2014

    Reblogged this on icareviews and commented:

    Mindweapon sees Cloward-Piven fatally undermining its own rotten complex.

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