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Forum Post: Real economy vs Speculation economy (interest [usury] paid to banksters)

Posted 10 years ago on Dec. 1, 2011, 10:24 a.m. EST by abusalman (47)
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Real economy vs Speculation economy (interest [usury] paid to banksters) Any econ develop based on interest paid to middle men and high finance CEO trickery (1% banksters) of speculation economy (Fed Reserve notes, Wall Steet, etc) and not based on true production, services and labor in real economy (Main Street) is not sustainable, but doomed to bust of man made bubbles -eventually total collapse See Destructive Power of the Financial Markets http://www.spiegel.de/international/business/0,1518,781590,00.html And The Dumbest Idea In The World Maximizing Shareholder Value http://www.forbes.com/sites/stevedenning/2011/11/28/maximizing-shareholder-value-the-dumbest-idea-in-the-world/ about the destructiveness of expectations market ....(ie the stock market) compared to the “real market,” Key quotes Our theories of shareholder value maximization and stock-based compensation have the ability to destroy our economy and rot out the core of .. capitalism.... until we change the theories, future crashes are inevitable.” has ...introduced parasitic market players.. ..capitalism is at risk A large number of rent-collectors and financial middlemen making vast amounts of money are keeping the current system in place. The fact that what they are doing is destroying the economy will not sway their thinking. As .. noted, “It is difficult to get a man to understand something, when his salary depends upon his not understanding it.” And see: Sovereign bond crisis in US & Euro the beginning of total collapse http://terrorismbreedsterrorism.wordpress.com/sovereign-bond-crisis-in-us-euro-the-beginning-of-total-collapse/ Key quote For Pento, however, sovereign default is a matter of mathematics. History is replete with examples that indicate once a nation reaches a debt to GDP ratio of between 90-100 percent, two pernicious conditions begin to appear.. First, public debt drains capital from the private sector, which stymies economic growth. Second, the bond market no longer believes the country can repay its debt (partly because of the slowed economic growth). The market then charges the country higher borrowing rates, which leads it down a spiral of debt unsustainability. At the end of the 2010, the debt to GDP ratio was 94 percent for the U.S., 220 percent for Japan, and 119 percent for Italy, according to the IMF. .. eventually, these countries will either have to outright default or print their way out of their debt. Both scenarios.. will be deleterious to the economy.

And See Hedge Hogs; Gold Man’s Sacks; “financial terrorist attacks;” and the Obama sellout: http://abusalmandeyauddeeneberle.wordpress.com/hedge-hogs-gold-man%E2%80%99s-sacks-%E2%80%9Cfinancial-terrorist-attacks%E2%80%9D-and-the-obama-sellout/ SUPER COMMITTEE BIG BANK ROBBERY and “this sucker” going down http://abusalmandeyauddeeneberle.wordpress.com/super-committee-big-bank-robbery-and-this-sucker-going-down/ Terrorism by Economic Collapse, debt bondage, money as debt on interest, etc http://terrorismbreedsterrorism.wordpress.com/terrorism-topics/terrorism-by-economic-collapse/ Derivatives ‘Mother of All Bubbles’ exploding http://inlightofrecentevents.wordpress.com/2011/10/14/derivatives-%E2%80%98mother-of-all-bubbles%E2%80%99-exploding/ Super rich 1% vs 99 %; Terrorism Cycle: Guillotines: Occupy “ALL” streets
http://inlightofrecentevents.wordpress.com/derivatives-%E2%80%98mother-of-all-bubbles%E2%80%99-exploding/

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