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October 27, 2010 – Comments (13)

Bill Gross talking like Alstry?

http://www.zerohedge.com/article/bill-gross-calls-fed-mother-all-ponzi-schemes-says-30-year-bond-market-ending#comments

Is he just playing his book to throw you off?

Is he serious?

It he both?

When life is a derivative of a system of finance and debt.....and the system is a fraud.....anything is possible as few are capable or competent to analyze fraud.

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#1) On October 27, 2010 at 12:22 PM, BillyTG (29.53) wrote:

What I find fascinating and scary is the rate at which these amazing allegations of lies, fraud, corruption, cooked books, bribed judges, price manipulation, etc, are uncovered.  EVERY DAY something major is exposed.  It has become surreal, and is now accepted by the market as normal it seems. 

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#2) On October 27, 2010 at 12:33 PM, alstry (35.96) wrote:

Billy....this is where IQ no longer matters...because all who are playing are smart...both the crooks and the cops.

It is where tempormant and character trump everything else....

It is why I don't really play CAPS anymore until integrity is restored to the system.....advising someone to play red or black is really not advising....just basically portraying yourself as a charleton.....

I NEVER dreamed the lawlessness could have achieved this level and infected so much of our political and economic systems without collapsing or someone calling BS.....but even Buffett became BS....he just hired a money manager that made money shorting financials.......again, distancing himself even further from fundementally investing in productive businesses...

The whole game has become financial fraud....how long it lasts is anyone's guess....but how it unwinds will ostensibly be very convulsive.

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#3) On October 27, 2010 at 12:40 PM, BillyTG (29.53) wrote:

Exactly.  There are plenty of brilliant people in the middle class and lower class.  To get to positions of power take brains and ambition and manipulation and connections with others of similar ill character.

With how rapidly things are unfolding, I think some of those convulsions will be sooner rather than later.  All these things are interconnected and compounding and gaining momentum, not tiny isolated little problems to deal with one by one.

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#4) On October 27, 2010 at 12:45 PM, alstry (35.96) wrote:

Your new nickname....

BingoBilly?

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#5) On October 27, 2010 at 12:48 PM, alstry (35.96) wrote:

Just a follow up.....

do you find it strange with Bill Black and other experts raising the issue of fraud followed by compelling and open evidence.....

NOT A SINGLE CANDIDATE IS REALLY RASING THE ISSUE?  nor any mainstream media outlet?

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#6) On October 27, 2010 at 1:03 PM, JerseyShoreGirl (< 20) wrote:

too funny ... after I read Billy's first comment, "BINGO" came to my mind too .. great points, Billy.

regarding Bill Gross .. I remember back in the day when I was sold a family of mutual funds to investment managers, Bill Gross was so highly regarded .. now it's so obvious he has been bought out like so many others .. and it's sad, sad that there is so much blatant corruption .. I think there has always been some degree of corruption but it has never been this blatant without being called out .. we're living in strange times where good is bad and bad is good.

Some further interesting points to consider .. will this election bring austerity measures to the American people?

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yL0y5CXyITk

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#7) On October 27, 2010 at 1:16 PM, BillyTG (29.53) wrote:

It's not strange. It's the status quo, the norm.

I'm telling ya, we live in freakin' bizarro world, where something like 90-95% believe what they're spoonfed on stage. The rest of us can see that the real action is happening behind the curtain.

Trying to convince people that what they're seeing on stage is a play, is practically impossible because the play is so entertaining and requires no thought from the audience whatsoever!

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#8) On October 27, 2010 at 1:35 PM, alstry (35.96) wrote:

FWIW...I am friends with some pretty high level financial players and have access to most of their data.....

Much of it is a bunch of garbage...but they are mentally locked into Modern Portfolio Theory and can't buck the "system" so they can't see ship from shinola.

You are right, I never dreamed this was possible...so I blog to maintain my sanity and document the FACTS.

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#9) On October 27, 2010 at 1:36 PM, JerseyShoreGirl (< 20) wrote:

exactly, Billy!  I call it a reality crisis.  My take on reality shifted beginning a few years ago and now I never watch TV because I know every piece of 'news' has been scrubbed for our consumption.  I've also given up on trying to awaken anyone .. I accept this new 'reality' and the others will catch up when the 'curtain' comes down.

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#10) On October 27, 2010 at 3:10 PM, TMFCrocoStimpy (93.50) wrote:

As an aside, it looks at though the Zombulator has gotten Sears.

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#11) On October 27, 2010 at 3:17 PM, mtf00l (46.41) wrote:

Now that's funny....=)

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#12) On October 27, 2010 at 4:44 PM, rfaramir (29.41) wrote:

We already have $.01 loaves of bread. A penny in 1913, before the creation of the Fed, buys about a dollar of stuff now, like a loaf of bread.

Audit the Fed, then when we all see how corrupt it is, End it.

alstry writes: "NOT A SINGLE CANDIDATE IS REALLY RASING THE ISSUE?  nor any mainstream media outlet?" 

A: The Tea Party supported candidates largely realize something is wrong and want to fix it, some even know it is the Fed.

B: Of course the mainstream media doesn't say a thing, they are in lock-step with the corrupt pols that brought it on.

Lastly, anyone who believes in a "liquidity trap" betrays their ignorance of economics. Bill Gross knows that QEII is coming, knows it's bad, but doesn't really know why. He's deceived himself (and his investors) into thinking he can be the "pardoned turkey" when slaughter time comes (Nov 3). 

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#13) On October 28, 2010 at 12:25 AM, guiron (22.01) wrote:

The Tea Party candidates are deluded and embarrassing. Just because you're a populist doesn't mean you aren't corrupt or incompetent.

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