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Why are so manyl so afraid....

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November 07, 2010 – Comments (6)

Our Wall Street bankers are criminals as evidenced by Willam Black.....the foremost white collar criminal expert in America...and now being revealed by more and more media outlets.

Our FED is nothing more than a Ponzi scheme...as evidened by William Gross....the foremost debt buyer in America and largest money manager in the world.

We are kicking out our families from their homes as we bonus the criminal bankers billions of dollars.....

and no one seems to care......

we focus on the ticker even though we know that the money we measure success by is backed by the bigggest ponzi scheme in history......instead of addressing the Ponzi Scheme.....we focus on the ticker.

It is sorta like Madoff's clients focusing on their statements after learning Madoff was a fraud......

We are so afraid....

We are afraid to lose our wealth....

We are afraid to lose our pensions....

We are afraid to lose our consumption.....

Why are we so afraid?.........What are we guilty of?

Why do we avoid the law and destroy the most vulnerable?

Soon we will learn the difference between being a lemming and real investing........

When the Fed is a Ponzi scheme.....is gold the lifeboat.....?  are stocks?  are bonds?....guns or butter?

What is the law when money is a fraud?  Who gets to consume the labor of others?  Does the man with the biggest gun win?

In the end, you can either trade or use force...........when money is no longer accepted for trade, there is only one option left.

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#1) On November 07, 2010 at 4:24 PM, alstry (36.57) wrote:

Small banks failing as larger firms regain health

It must be nice to get payoffs from Benny and Timmy.....

As mainstreet gets slaughtered.....

The crimes get more and more obvious....

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#2) On November 07, 2010 at 4:31 PM, ragedmaximus (< 20) wrote:

ben would make a great sniper target wouldn't he.

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#3) On November 07, 2010 at 4:39 PM, alstry (36.57) wrote:

No, because that would accomplish nothing....

We must uphold the law.....because without law, it is the jungle, and we are all sniper targets for each other in such an environment.

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#4) On November 07, 2010 at 4:43 PM, alstry (36.57) wrote:

Why should food stamp recipients get only a few hundred dollars per month each and bankers get millions of dollars each....

If the law was enforced, the bankers would be insolvent......

Numbers on food stamps are soaring in Minnesota

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#5) On November 07, 2010 at 7:39 PM, JerseyShoreGirl (< 20) wrote:

I think we're a ways off from an organic tipping point, meaning if we continue to chug along like a train wreck in slow motion, we still have a ways to go before the general public truly wakes up or is impacted on such a grand scale. 

Where I live, I don't see too many signs of distress, at least on the surface.  High-end mall parking lots full; upscale restaurants still have 2-week waiting list; Starbucks has a line out the door; and people are still spending hundreds of $'s on their kids' birthday parties. 

I ask myself every day, "are things really that bad?"

 

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#6) On November 07, 2010 at 9:17 PM, alstry (36.57) wrote:

When it comes, it will be swift.  Ask yourself, how many people saw the last banking crisis coming?

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