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  • investorzzo investorzzo Mar 3, 2010 8:44 PM Flag

    How do the banks get away with it??????

    Zimbabwe
    Argentina
    Germany
    Iceland
    Greece
    California
    What do these places have in common.......Money printers.......Federal reserve is not part of our government...the people no longer have control of the country......bankers, lobbyists, wall street, drug companies. We serve the corporate elite and soon, very soon, Americans will know the truth, but by then it will be to late.......Judging by the ignorant here, it's all but a done deal........

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    • Yes, "judging by the ignorant here, it's all but a done deal." What you fail to recognize is that you yourself are the prime example of the "ignorant here." Simple minds seek simple explanations for complex problems. You got on board the near-hundred-year-old train of blaming fiat money for all our problems, Baron von Rotschild and his descendants, along with the elite cabel, controlling the world though printed currency manipulation, an explanation that would be comic if so many didn't grasp it in desparation to find meaning in our world.
      LOYW

    • "...soon, very soon, Americans will know the truth, but by then it will be to late..."

      This is the exact same crap I have been hearing for over 30 years. The "soon, very soon" never materializes. At this point (about two generations later), it is no longer soon, much less very soon.

      You should be creative and make up your own hypothesis. You are just a copycat.

 
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