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Reinhardt Thread - "Suggestions and Predictions"

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posted on Oct, 20 2008 @ 09:28 AM
Whats he mean by October 30?

posted on Oct, 20 2008 @ 09:32 AM

Strong (Free) Suggestion:

The worthless election is coming.

On election day, buy every..

financial newspaper you can get..

your hands on.

Because election day, fellow voters..

is a financial laundry-day in the financial print-media.

posted on Oct, 20 2008 @ 09:39 AM

Here is how the war-game works.

When the King wants war.. the King gets war.

Thanks to the King..

the next batch of terrorists are on their way.

This should be interesting?

They have got a lot of documents to shred.


terrorist hit list includes:

forged W-2s

faked income statements

off-balance sheet debt

executive insider-trading.. etc..

posted on Oct, 20 2008 @ 09:40 AM
link e_housing#full

WASHINGTON – Freddie Mac secretly paid a Republican consulting firm $2 million to kill legislation that would have regulated and trimmed the mortgage finance giant and its sister company, Fannie Mae, three years before the government took control to prevent their collapse.

[edit on 20-10-2008 by shermanium]

posted on Oct, 20 2008 @ 09:41 AM

I want to be spoon-fed.

Reading is like solving riddles and stuff.

And I cannot stand riddles..

so I have just about had it up to here with this reinhardt -ss-hole…

yet I can’t seem to stop visiting his web-site?

Dr. Phil help them please?

Over the past several weeks we..

have learned much about the value of socialism.

Socialism 101 (what have we learned?)

we have learned that the “free press” is not allowed to say the word “socialism”.

we have learned that we should wage war with socialists who blame us of being socialists

socialism “gets the engine of capitalism going as productively as possible.” (thanks for that bit of wisdom Nancy Koehn; that is what they teach u @ Harvard Business School?)

Socialism is an “investment”

Socialism “bolsters industries”

Socialism is merely a “bold action”

Socialism merely shifts “power in the economy” toward Washington and away from Wall Street

Socialism “props up banks. large and small

Socialism is just a “bailout”

Socialism rescues “teetering economies”

Socialism is just a “recasting of capitalism”

Socialism is “capitalism’s protector”

Socialism is a “crisis measure in a crisis time”

Socialism to the rescue

Socialism is “for the good of America’s financial system”

Socialism is a “remedy to a spreading contagion”

Socialism “curbs the severity of a recession”

Socialism “gets banks lending again”

Socialism “props up ailing companies”

Socialism helps the U.S. ”catch up with Europe”

Socialism “assures investors that banks will not default”

Socialism “unlocks the lending market’ between banks and stimulates lending to businesses

yet somehow “socialism” has never worked anywhere?

and Marx was wrong about what?

soldiers of tomorrow valiantly defending free-market..

capitalism, ask yourself:

why can’t Chavez use these terrific excuses?


A King who depends on war to remain King needs..

an enemy.

posted on Oct, 20 2008 @ 09:46 AM

Russia’s Enron (and yours too)

A Wise Investor Would Ask:

“When is the completion date”

posted on Oct, 20 2008 @ 10:17 AM

Originally posted by justyc

A Wise Investor Would Ask:

“When is the completion date”

from an email from R re: completion dates

pay attention when you hear the words "electricity started flowing"

posted on Oct, 20 2008 @ 10:21 AM
I would write to reinhardt directly, but he wants to remain hard to contact, so:

He's either a fraud or a fear mongering mole from the "king's" depertment - but I don't dislike the guy. Congratulations on his "predictions", I guess. Yes, I believe there is a "them", just like reinhardt does. What he does not realize, with all of his pea shooters in his house, is that "they" have evolved in their operations. "They" don't want to end up like Hitler, with the world warring against them either financially or force on force. "They" realize that there is a symbiotic relationship between "us" and "them". "They" need us and "we" need them. A revolutionary, medieval world with discrete farming communities does not serve "them" well, and this is something that reinhardt conveniently does not get.

Who is he? He's a retired special ops type (or wannabe) who probably was actually in the field. Maybe even old school CIA who is pissed off at "his" organization not being what he originally thought it was. He has an account at I like him because he's fiercely patriotic. He's not one of these "F it, I'm moving to Canada" types.

Anyway, I'll keep going to his site until the advertisements appear. This is fun stuff.

[edit on 20-10-2008 by HatTrick]

posted on Oct, 20 2008 @ 10:32 AM

Prediction (this one is easy):

“Tech Cos Including MSFT Hoarded Cash”

which lends itself to the following question..

“why are they going to blame stagnant bank lending on poor earnings announcements?”

geessshhh.. economics sure is strange?

they don’t call it the “dismal science” for nuthin.

Next we’ll hear:

“Blackstone needs cash too”?

“and so does Buffet”?

but alas.. “the lending has all dried up”?

all those greenbacks?

but.. but.. but.. I thought there would be no money to pay worker’s salaries?

posted on Oct, 20 2008 @ 10:46 AM
from 2006:

While its cash cache is down 7% from a year ago, Microsoft generated $369 million in interest income last quarter. That's up 16% from a year earlier and equals 12% of its net income.

Microsoft, though, has become a lightening rod for investors who say it has too much cash. Wednesday, Microsoft's CEO Steve Ballmer defended the cash levels, saying that having a giant reserve is a "first-class problem."

But investors don't want companies to just sit on their cash, says Dirk Van Dijk, research chief at Zacks Investment Research. "Cash belongs to shareholders," says Bryant Riley, CEO of brokerage firm B. Riley. "Having that big wad of cash is like protection or a rainy day, but can create bad business decisions."

posted on Oct, 20 2008 @ 10:59 AM

!!! BREAKING !!!

posted on Oct, 20 2008 @ 11:01 AM
Looks like R just updated again...

Seems to indicate that Kim Jong Ill is dead...Which wouldn't be all that surprising...

posted on Oct, 20 2008 @ 11:07 AM

Little more than centrally-planned class wealth-transfer perfected..

just to stabilize wages locally and globally.

all blamed on failure, blunder, mistake-making..

and an uncanny inability to learn from the..

mistakes of history?

Bottom line?

The King hates paying the peasants..

and the King will do whatever it takes to avoid paying the peasants.

Pretending to fail works every time.

posted on Oct, 20 2008 @ 11:35 AM

Powerful generals and admirals from some of the most powerful nations on Earth are reportedly meeting somewhere in the local area this weekend after flying into the Adirondack Regional Airport in Lake Clear on Friday.

Among the passengers of a large Boeing 757 airplane with "United States of America" printed on its fuselage were top members of the U.S. Joint Chiefs of Staff and their counterparts from France, Germany and another country, possibly Great Britain.

[edit on 20-10-2008 by shermanium]

[edit on 20-10-2008 by shermanium]

posted on Oct, 20 2008 @ 02:17 PM
I was wondering if anyone could help me out on a couple articles he put up.

They were in relation to Google and Yahoo moving to China and IBM moving to India.

I've scoured ATS and the net but think I'm looking in the wrong places. If anyone has them or knows where to look, it would be greatly appreciated.

posted on Oct, 20 2008 @ 05:18 PM
WTC tenants

posted on Oct, 20 2008 @ 05:35 PM
Reinhardt wanted a List of tenants WTC

Let us honor the employees and families at:

A I G Aviation Brokerage
Aaron Copland Fund For Music
Abad, Castilla and Mallonga
Abbe International
ABN AMRO Chicago Incorporated
ABM Industries Inc
Accrolynch Corp.
Adachi Gold Co. Ltd.
Adecco SA
Agency 21
Agricor Inc.
Airport Access Program
Alan Anthony
Alger Fund

Alliance Consulting
Alliance Business Centers
Allstate Insurance Company
American Airlines
American Bureau of Shipping
American Healthcare Indemnity
American Lota International
American TCC International Group
Amerson Group Company
Amh International Trading Inc.
Ann Taylor Loft
Anne Pope, Law Offices of
Antal International
AON Corporation (Aon Consulting)
Apogee Computer World
Asahi Bank Ltd
Ashikaga Bank
Asiatic Corp
Atlantic Bank of New York
Auto Imperial Company
Avesta Computer Services
BAE Systems

Baltic Oil Corporation
Banco Latinoamericano De Exportaciones, SA
Banco Sud Americano
Bangkok Metropolitan Bank
Bank of America (Bank America Trust Co)
Bank of Taiwan
Bank Of Communications (China)
Bank Of Kinki
Bank Of Taiwan
Bank of Yokohama Ltd.
Barcley Dwyer
Baseline Financial Services
Battery Park City Authority
Berel & Mullen
Big A Travel Agency
Bingham Group
Blue Sky Technologies
Bondglobe, Inc
Bramax Manufacturing (USA) Corp.
Bright China Capital
Broad USA
Brown & Wood, L.L.P
C & P Press
California Bank & Trust
California State University, Long Beach Center For International Trade & Transportation
Candia Shipping
Cantor Fitzgerald Securities (Cantor Fitzgerald International)
Career Engine
Carr Futures, Inc.
Caserta & Company
Cedar Capital Management Associates
Cedel Bank
Cellar In The Sky
Central Trust Of China
Ceylon Shipping
Chang HWA Commercial Bank
Charna Chemicals
Charoen Pokphand USA
Chen, Lin, Li, & Jiang LLP
Cheng Cheng Enterprises Holding Inc
Cheng Xiang Trading USA
Chicago Options Exchange Corp.
Chicago Investment Group
China Chamber of Commerce
China Construction America
China Daily Distribution Corp.
China Patent & Trademark USA
China Resource Products USA Ltd.
China Daily, US Offices
China International Trust And Investment Corp. (CITIC)
China United Trading Company
Chugoku Bank
Chugoku Bank Ltd
CIIC Group (USA)
Colortek Kodak Imaging Center
Commodity Futures Trading Commission
Community Studies Institute
Consolidated Steelex Corp.
Continental Insurance Company
Continental Logistics
Corporation Service Company
Costa Rican Investment
Credit Suisse First Boston
Crossocean Shipping Co
Cultural Institutions Retirement Systems
Customs Brokers And Forwarders Association Of America
Daehan International ( Daehan Investment Trust Co)
Dahao USA Corp
Dai-Ichi Kangyo Bank/Dai-Ichi Kangyo Trust Co
Daiwa Bank
Data Transmission Network Corp.
David Peterson
Daynard & Van Th

posted on Oct, 20 2008 @ 05:37 PM
Dean Witter Reynolds Inc
December First Productions LLC
Delta Airlines
Deutsche Bank
DHL Worldwide

Digiorbit Corp.
Dominican Republic Export Promotion Center
Dong Won Securities
Dongwon Securities Company Ltd.
Dow Jones & Company
Dr. Tadasu Tokumaru, M.D.
Dri (Decision Economics)
Drinker Biddle & Reath LLP
Dun & Bradstreet
Dunavant Commodity Corp
Eastern Capital Corp.
eMeritus Communications
Empire Health Choice (Empire Blue Cross And Blue Shield)
Employee Merit
Esiason Foundation
Espeed, Inc
Evergreen International Trade
Exco Plc
Fertitta Enterprises
Fiduciary Trust Company International
Fireman's Fund /North Atlantic Region
First Commercial Bank
First Liberty Investment Group
First Commerical Bank
First Continental International
First Pacific Rim Inc.
First Union Securities
Fitness Company At The World Trade Center
For USA Inc.
Foreign Credit Insurance Association
Fred Alger Management
Frenkel & Company
Friends Ivory & Sime
Friends Villas Fischer Trust
FT Knowledge Student Services
Fuji Jgb Investment Holdings, Inc.
Fujibank New York Branch
G. Z. Stephens
G.C. Services
Gails USA
Garban Intercapital
Gayer Shyu & Wiesel
Geiger & Geiger
General Telecommunications
General Merchandise Ltd
Genzyme Corp.
Gibbs & Hill
Global Crossings Holdings Ltd.
Globe Tour & Travel
Gold Sky
Golden Calf Capital Inc.
Golden King (USA) Limited
Government of Thailand
Greatest Bar on Earth
Guy Carpenter
Hachijuni Bank Ltd
Hainan American Co.
Hal Roth Agency
Harris Beach & Wilcox LLP
Hartford Steam Boiler
Hill Betts & Nash LLP
Hokkaido Takushoku Bank Ltd
Holco Trading Co.
Howly (US) Corporation
Hu Tong International (USA) Company
Hua Nan Commercial Bank Ltd.
Hyakugo Bank
Hyundai Securites America
Iceland Ss Co.
Information Center Of China Chamber Of Commerce In USA
Intera Group
International Office Centers Corp
International Deltastar
International Trade Center
Intrust Investment Realty
Irving R. Broody & Co
Iyo Bank Ltd
J & X Tans International
J. D. Smith Customs Broker
James T. Ratner, Law Office of
JIC Transnational
John J. McMullen Associates
John W. Loofbourrow Associates
Johnston & Murphy
Journal Of Commerce
Julien J. Studley
Jun He Law Office, LLC
Kaiser Overseas
Kanebo Information Systems Corp.
Karoon Capital Management
Keefe, Bruyette & Woods
Keenan Powers & Andrews
Kemper Insurance Companies
Kidder Peabody & Company
Korea Local Auth. Foundation for Intl
Koudis International
Kuehne & Nagel Inc,
Landmark Education Corporation
Latinvision, Inc.
Lava Trading, LLC
Law Office of Joseph Bellard
Law Offices of Roman V. Popik
Leeds & Morrelli
Lehman Brothers Private Client Services
LG Insurance Company
LG Securities America
Lief International USA
LoCurto & Funk
M.A. Katz, CPA
Man Financial Inc.
Manna Trading Group
Mancini Duffy
Mariott Hotels
Marsh USA
Martin Progressive LLC
Maxcor Financial Group Inc.
May Davis Group
Meganet Management Consultants
Meridian Ventures Holding
Merrill Lynch
Metropolitan Life Insurance Company
Metropolitan Transportation Authority,
MIS Service Company
Mizuho Capital Markets Corporation
MLU Investment
Morgan Stanley
Morgan Stanley Dean Witter Inc
Mutual International Forwarding
N.Y. Institute of Finance
N.Y. Society of Security Analysts
National Development & Research Institutes, Inc
Natural Nydegger Transport Corp.
Network Plus
New Continental Enterprises
New York Stock Exchange
New Japan Securities Int'l, Inc.
New York Dept. of Taxation & Finance
New York Alta
New York City Fire Department
New York City Police Department
New York Institute Of Finance
New York Metropolitan Transportation Council
New York Shipping Association
New York Society Of Security Analysts
New York Society Of Security Analysts
New-ey International Corp.
Nichols Foundation
Nikko Securities
Nikko Financial Services Inc
Nishi Nippon Bank Ltd
Nishi-Nippon Bank
Noga Commodities Overseas
Noga Commodities Overseas
Northern Trust International Banking Corp.
NY Coffee Station
Office Of The Economic Counsellor (Investment) Thailand
Okasan International (American)
Okato Shoji Company
Olympia Airport Express
Oppenheimer Funds

Orient International
Overseas Union Bank
Overseas Trading Corp
P. Wolfe Consultants
Pabida International
Pacific American Company
Paco Group, Inc.
Pacrim Trading & Shipping
Patinka International (USA)
Pecusa Co
Phink Path
Pines Investment
Porcella Vicini & Company
Port Authority of NY & New Jersey
Port Authority Of NY And NJ
Primark Decision Economics
Professional Assistance & Consulting Corp
Prospect International
Pure Energy Corp.
Quint Amasis, L.L.C.
R.H. Wrightson & Associates
Rachel & Associates
Raytheon Infrastructure Inc.
Regional Alliance For Small Contractors
Regus Business Centres
RGL Gallagher PC
Richard A. Zimmerman, Esq.
Risk Waters Group
RLI Insurance Company
Rohde & Liesenfeld
Royal Thai Embassy Office
Salomon Smith Barney
Sandler O'Neill & Partners
San-In Godo Bank Ltd.
SCOR U.S. Corporation
SCPIE Companies
Seabury & Smith
Securant Technologies
Security Traders Association
Seikodo Co. Ltd
Serko & Simon
Serko & Simon Llp
Shanghai International Co
Shiga Bank
Shizuoka Bank Ltd
Showtime Pictures
Sidley Austin Brown & Wood
Silverstein Propertiers
Sinochem USA (Sinochem American Holdings)
Sinopec USA
Sitailong International USA
SMW Trading Corp.
Spring Capital Holdings Inc.
Strategic Communications
Streamline Capital, LLC
Suggested Open System Inc.
Sumitomo Bank Securities Inc
Sun Microsystems
Sun Tendy America
Sysoft E-Business Lab
T&T Enterprises International Inc
Tai Fook Securities
Taipei Bank
TD Waterhouse Group
Temenos USA
Thacher, Proffitt & Wood
Thai Farmers Bank Ltd
Thailand Board Of Investment ,
The Company Store
The Beast.Com
Thermo Electron
Thoratec li>Thor Technologies
Tong Yang Securities Co.Ltd
Top Of The World Trade Center Observatories
Tower Computer Service
Traders Access Center
Trade Special Management
Tradway Inc.
Trinal, Inc.
Turner Construction Company
Unicom Capital Advisors LLP
Union Bank of California International
Unistrat Corporation of America
United Airlines
United Hercules
United Seamen's Service
United Coco Products
University of Massachusetts

US Export Assistance Center
U.S. Department of Defense
U.S. General Accounting Office
Verizon Communications
W.J. Export-Import
Wai Gao Qiao USA
Wai Yip Enterprises
Wall Street Planning Assoc.
Wankit Corp
Washington Mutual
Waterfront Commission of NY Harbor
Weatherly Securities Corp.
Weiland International
Westfield America
William M. Mercer Inc
Williams Capital Group
Windows on the World
World Trade Club
World Trade Institute
World Travel
World Money Exchange, Inc
World Trade Centers Association
World Trade Institute Of Pace University
Wyl Inc.
Xcel Federal Credit Union
Xerox Document Company
Yong Ren America
Zenshinren Bank New York
Collected from news reports and from Web surfing.

posted on Oct, 20 2008 @ 07:58 PM

Data shows heavy airline-stock short selling

Christian Berthelsen, Chronicle Staff Writer

Saturday, September 22, 2001

In another sign that some investors speculated against the stocks of airlines whose jets were used in terrorist attacks on New York and the Pentagon, there was a sharp increase in short selling of the stocks of American and United airlines during the month before Sept. 11.

posted on Oct, 20 2008 @ 08:09 PM

Did bin Laden cash in before terrorist attack?

By Andrew Cave, Associate City Editor
Last Updated: 10:43PM BST 17 Sep 2001

AUTHORITIES in Germany and the US confirmed yesterday that they are investigating claims that terrorist suspect Osama bin Laden tried to profit from share trading before last week's terrorist attacks on America.

The inquiries centre on sharp falls in the prices of reinsurance and airline companies in the two months before the attacks.


The Financial Services Authority - Britain's main financial regulator - has cleared bin Laden and his henchmen of insider trading. There has been a widespread suspicion that members of the Al Quaeda organisation had cashed in on the US attacks, dumping airline, aerospace and insurance company shares before September 11th. The Authority says that after a thorough invetsigation it has found no hard evidence of any such deals in London. An enquiry covering the other major financial centres in Europe has come to the same conclusion.

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