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April 21, 2010 – Comments (16)

When corporations intentionally manufactured products that poisoned the citizens, society and system.......the cops came in and people when to jail.

When corporations intentionally misrepresented material facts to their shareholders and the market....the cops came in and people went to jail.

What you will soon learn is that the Fed and Wall Street intentionally infected  America....and much of the world for that matter, with so much debt.......that the world is bankrupt...plain and simple.

Now, the foremost expert on banking fraud in America, and probably the world, simply tells it as it is.....

Geithner and the NY Fed Accused of Willfully Ignoring Fraud and Covering Up Lehman's Bad Assets by Senior Regulator During the S&L Crisis

Some fools get mad at Alstry when he lies about quitting and come back.....but those same wimpy Fools sit on their backside and take it like good little sheep as Wall Street and the Fed perpetrate the BIGGEST financial fraud in history.

Your children and family will be proud......Goodbye.

16 Comments – Post Your Own

#1) On April 21, 2010 at 8:59 AM, imobillc (< 20) wrote:

Aren't you quitting?

I thought yesterday's post was your last, or maybe the one the day before of that....

Where are you going?

Give me the scoop....

 

Mars 

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#2) On April 21, 2010 at 9:00 AM, PDTBiotech (94.27) wrote:

I believe it was the great Ash from the Evil Dead trilogy who taught us how to deal with those of us overly hesitant to depart from this world:

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#3) On April 21, 2010 at 9:03 AM, alstry (35.36) wrote:

Why are you so focused on Alstry drawing out his departure and not the Fed and Wall Street lying to you?

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#4) On April 21, 2010 at 9:50 AM, ChannelDunlap (< 20) wrote:

I think Alstry has done got himself addicted to TMF blogging.  He tried to quit, but he just can't help himself anymore.  Good luck kicking the habit Alstry, I hear it's worse than Heroin. 

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#5) On April 21, 2010 at 10:13 AM, alstry (35.36) wrote:

It is amazing.....nobody cares. 

The freedoms our nation fought for......private property rights.......all could be taken away simply because the Fools were too busy watching the ticker.

Just like you Fools who saw the equity in your house skyrocket and evaporate......you are about to experience what happens when the world as you know it evaporates.....

And still the central theme for many is when is Alstry leaving..........................................................

It is amazing how so many can be sheep.....simply by watching the ticker and not looking at what is happening around them.......

Do you really think government can continue to borrow $2 trillion dollars per year simply so you can maintain your lifestyle??????

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#6) On April 21, 2010 at 10:27 AM, jason2713 (< 20) wrote:

Alstry -

dont you worry about what people say, I like your blogs, I like reading the articles that I would never have found myself, nor would I have the time.

Keep blogging your ass off, because in everyones hearts, they know your right, they just don't want to believe it.

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#7) On April 21, 2010 at 10:28 AM, jason2713 (< 20) wrote:

oh yea...and go gold!

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#8) On April 21, 2010 at 10:38 AM, motleyanimal (89.59) wrote:

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#9) On April 21, 2010 at 10:51 AM, PDTBiotech (94.27) wrote:

As for the Fed/Wall Street, none of this has been close as surprising to me as the magnitude of people's reaction to it.  Of course they were lying - anyone with the common sense to pour pi$$ from a boot should've assumed that on the grandest scale long ago.  I come from a family of educated libertarian hillbillies who obey the law but have a profound distrust of the government, not one of whom is remotely worried about what would happen should our economy collapse.

As for my focus on your ridiculous failure to depart and continual breaking of your word, I guess it's my sum response to watching you here for some time.  You spoke your peace, everyone knows your message, it's the same as it has been from the start.  But you yourself continually stressed how important CAPS points were when you had a ton after correctly calling the crash (props where they're due, although as I've said previously many others predicted earlier that this was likely to happen).  Personally I don't think points are all that big a deal (particularly when points/pick are low and # picks is high), but you used them to belittle anyone who disagreed with you when you had them.  Whatever is going on in the economy, CAPS points are about the stock market, and it's possible to be right about the economy but totally wrong about how the market will react to it.  You posted the same message again and again and again, as well as messages claiming to have been right about anything you posted earlier, yet your points continually dropped as you stayed short over the greatest 365 day rally the market has ever seen.  Not surprisingly, you stopped stressing points some time after March of 2009.  Once you broke negative you closed everything. 

An analogy: Pick one of your favorite stats that has been deteriorating that the government has been saying not to worry about while we can see clearly that the stat is not good - there are a lot to choose from, yes?  Now replace that stat with your CAPS score, and the government with you.

*spikes microphone on stage*

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#10) On April 21, 2010 at 10:51 AM, alstry (35.36) wrote:

Jas...

I am really quitting.....and having a blast starting up this dot.com business.

I am working with young creative kids and the nature of the business is a win/win for all.

Not only that it has the perfect attributes for the ideal business including no inventory, no accounts receivables, very scalable, and quite frankly......just nice to be part of a very positive team in a very convulsive time.

Once it is launched I will inform you exactly what it is....in the mean time, my presence here will not be needed any more because very soon the mainstream news will be coming out with thousands of articles per week on what I have been referencing for the past few years.

If you really think about it.....the market really crashed last March....we have been in a "recovery" for the past year simply because Wall Street and Washington borrowed $4 trillion dollars and spent it...much of it on themselves.

Soon you will learn there is no money left to borrow....and at that point, the world as we know it is over.

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#11) On April 21, 2010 at 11:00 AM, alstry (35.36) wrote:

PDT,

You point is well taken and comments are very fair.  Very fair.

As far as your Liberertarian family.....let's see how they like living under a communist/fascist system.

From this perspective as an attorney with a small grasp of history....we are essentially there....just one flip of the switch before you figure it out.

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#12) On April 21, 2010 at 11:16 AM, alstry (35.36) wrote:

And on a final note my libertarian lazy buddy.....

Instead of your anger directed about Alstry lying about his departure...which granted is true and intentional, and you yourself admit is similar to government and Wall Street lying to you and your nation.....

Instead of whining to some anonymous blogger who speaks the truth with an admittedly terrible CAPS score(for now), go out and do something about it.......because every cell of libertarian tendency you may have is about to be confiscated or controlled.

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#13) On April 21, 2010 at 5:02 PM, alstry (35.36) wrote:

6.2 Magnitude Earthquake Strikes Samoa 

This will not be the only earthquake you feel after Alstry is gone................................

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#14) On April 21, 2010 at 10:50 PM, mtf00l (45.17) wrote:

So this may be to late however, Alstry would Honda Motor Company be a good investment for the future?

They did make a fine all electric car and they make every thing from lawnmowers to jet airplanes.

Thoughts? 

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#15) On April 22, 2010 at 4:27 AM, Upstar75 (< 20) wrote:

Hi Alstry,

 

Why leave, Keep writing what you are writing, because of you and Binve and couple of others, I have stood by on the sideline and waited with cash, paying of my debt and increased my gold assets (not paper actual gold). Got to be honest I am not a big investor, nor am I an experienced one so I missed the big gains waiting on the side line. Still I am happy that I managed to preserve my wealth and actually paid of much of my mortgage. If the market falls I will be in action if not I still will be happy and live to chase the gains another day.

 

Just because we don’t write doesn’t mean that we don’t listen, keep up the informative work Alsty.

 

Peace out.

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#16) On April 22, 2010 at 4:28 AM, Upstar75 (< 20) wrote:

Hi Alstry,

 

Why leave, Keep writing what you are writing, because of you and Binve and couple of others, I have stood by on the sideline and waited with cash, paying of my debt and increased my gold assets (not paper actual gold). Got to be honest I am not a big investor, nor am I an experienced one so I missed the big gains waiting on the side line. Still I am happy that I managed to preserve my wealth and actually paid of much of my mortgage. If the market falls I will be in action if not I still will be happy and live to chase the gains another day.

 

Just because we don’t write doesn’t mean that we don’t listen, keep up the informative work Alsty.

 

Peace out.

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