posted on Nov, 23 2011 @ 09:05 AM
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Here is a perfect example of how the "game" is played by the so-called elite.
Now remember, the Koch brothers are considered hard-core republicans, and Jon Corzine of MF Global was a democratic senator. (Hint: if you still
believe in the left vs. right puppet show, hopefully this will enlighten you.)
It's all about money and influence, the rest is just smoke-screening for the general public, and really, (if you can ignore all the ridiculous claims
and assertions made by the mainstream media) this is what the occupy movement are all about.
Both the Commodity Futures Trading Commission and the Chicago Mercantile Exchange were charged with overseeing MF Global, their clearing member. If we
are to believe them, they had no idea of any difficulties within the firm before customer accounts went missing just a few days before the collapse.
But someone clearly knew of the cratering positions and imminent collapse of MF Global, as billions of dollars of accounts were "coincidentally"
withdrawn. And what do the Koch brothers say was the reason for these withdrawals? There's been no comment.
If you are the 1% of the 1% (yes, I know it makes for less catchy chants, that is why it has been simplified!) you get a call BEFORE the fraudulent
activity causes the company to collapse... not to worry though, I'm sure if they did not manage to get their money out on time the government would
have their backs and bail-outs would be coming soon.
Here is one journalist who "gets it" when it comes to the occupy movements:
For those still battling the excesses of 2008 and those occupying Wall Street, this has been another proof of the inside, "fixed" operation of the
financial markets. When banks go wrong, betting big with other people's money and losing, they can be sure of a bailout that guarantees their bonuses
and businesses. And when firms are tailspinning to disaster, the richest and most financially influential partners are sure to get a phone call -- a
"heads-up" - to save their assets and leave regular people with the mess.
So, do you still think that the two-party system is any different than pro-wrestling?
Of course, Jon Corzine is also a former CEO of Goldman Sachs... its almost as if there was a pattern here!?!