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Financial storm of the century, or turning of the tide?

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posted on Oct, 13 2008 @ 01:51 AM
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Homeowners are the economy. Without them the banks wouldn’t be able to survive. Small business owners and the rest of middle income earners aren’t living on canoes. Crazy if you come from the perspective of this being the latest pathetic effort of a government vainly struggling to help America, but on target if you see from the angle of all this being the result a preplanned strategy of a cold group of people making power grabs at every point they’re allowed to by the people. The banking institutions are given all the cash they want, and the guy to oversee the bailout money handouts is even named Neal Kashkari, now a Treasury assistant secretary for international affairs and before that, he was with Paulson as Goldman Sachs’s IT security investment banking division head. While all that is going on, credit is given freely to the banks, and the masses are denied credit. Which means heavier prices at the markets and everywhere else since they all pay with credit, which it now costs more to get. In every policy statement out of their tax exempt foundations and in public, those in power in and behind the scenes say we must stop eating meat, the middle class is living too well, doing too good, they have to be stopped. Is it any wonder when the G8 heads of state made speeches on poverty, the horrible plague of hunger across Africa, everyone around the world needs to cut back, and waste, they and their wives had afterwards an 18 course banquet? It’s all about greedy people who are so desperate to have control over others that anything even slightly more than a beaten down demeanor, a skeletal body, and a flea infested Japanese coffin-bed causes them to have insane amounts of jealousy and fear. That’s the mentality of these bloodlines that rule the world, and unless people stand together in these times, it will go on, and that boot will stamp in everyone’s face. 1984 style.

The thing is, the $700 billion isn’t nearly enough, as if that can be imagined. Out of Newsmax::


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