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Forum Post: The Fed and WallSt are both in retreat.

Posted 2 years ago on Dec. 8, 2012, 9:52 p.m. EST by richardkentgates (3269)
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The man behind the curtain has suffocated and is now bound for the floor. I have been fought day after day on this forum for pushing the issue, now I'm sure those of you paid to be here will soon find yourselves looking for work and the rest will be to busy over the next few weeks to months trying to offload everything you can. I look forward to the vacancy of the forum because I know it means karma has taken over. Just know that I will look on silently with amusement as you all try to salvage your delusions. There is no need for any further postings on the topic.

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[-] -1 points by richardkentgates (3269) 2 years ago

How the Fed Steals for the 1%

Keep down-voting, people need to see that the frauds have taken over the forum to understand that Occupy isn't floundering, it's being hijacked.

[-] -1 points by OTP (-203) from Tampa, FL 2 years ago

Nothing Has Been Broken ,,,, #Bassnectar

To hell wit em.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h_c6iYslKfs

[-] -1 points by richardkentgates (3269) 2 years ago

Pretty cool tune

[-] -2 points by richardkentgates (3269) 2 years ago

Investors are unloading commodities while the Fed begins to confront the reality of their actions. There is a large effort to spin this into the Fiscal Cliff issue but this is beyond spin and fabrication. They point to job growth but this is absurd because job growth denotes higher future demand which justifies buying in commodities, not selling. There is also no way to link the shrinking demand to the Fiscal Cliff because this time, the crisis has no connection to the current economy, though they have tried to make such a connection.

The fiscal cliff holds impact for the military industrial complex and entitlements and both have jack shit to do with demand. The level of hilarity in the medias' attempt at spinning this is increasing 10 fold by the day.

I find MSNBC and every employee they have to be guilty of riding the issue of poverty for personal gain. Some of them may think they have genuine interest but without the courage to call out the Fed and while ignoring the nuts and bots of poverty, they are nothing more than profiteers banking on populism.

Goddamn this is going to be one hell of an entertaining ride to the bottom :D