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Originally posted by MysterE
reply to post by ArMaP
Your absolutly right, JP Morgan certialnly isn't void of blame. They were drooling over the money they thought they would make off an essentially bad investment.
I probably should have named the thread ...the man who HELPED bring the American economy to it's knees.
Originally posted by rhines
reply to post by MysterE
I've read another article mentioning some woman at Morgan Stanley, but it was a different derivatives instrument, linked to debt, mortgage.
Woman Who Invented Credit Default Swaps is One of the Key Architects of Carbon Derivatives, Which Would Be at the Very CENTER of Cap and Trade
Originally posted by BetweenTheLine
If any of you see this as anything other than anti Chinese propaganda then you need to re evaluate what is being said here.
I'll sum it up for you, "it wasn't the US, it was them damn commie reds"
Originally posted by ReelView
Hmm Li is the Illuminati bloodline of China I believe? While this may be a factor of some kind. The basis of the thread is still that stupid people make mistakes and we suffer the consequences. I don't believe that's at all correct. I believe the NWO orchestrate. Now they may utilize someone or infiltrate someone or use someone as misdirection, but the stage is scripted.
Another thing, is when people argue that society and systems are TOO BIG to be manipulated by a few. Which --I believe-- is wrong. Just from a conceptual point of view, if you look at things such as cellular automata (systems with simple rules which results in complex behavior), such that at the appropriate places simple interaction can affect complex changes through the whole system. Conversely, if you draw parallel to real-world system, I can definitely see people manipulate the system at the "right place and the right times." IE. change the system through simple interactions.