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Forum Post: Trouble ahead, media ignores.

Posted 4 years ago on Sept. 25, 2013, 1:58 a.m. EST by MyBrothersKeeper (-36)
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QE is about to come to an end and the markets are going to crash. Sure, sounds like "crazy talk". Bernanke said an early end to QE could be damaging to the markets, and it's going to be ended early. Every mention of ending or slowing QE results in major downturns, within hours of the statements. Yet QE must come to an end, by the math and by pressure from other G20 countries. WallSt having major swings because QE should tell you how dependent the markets are on QE, which should not be the case 5 years after the bailouts.

You don't need to be a math wiz to understand this. It's being openly debated on CNBC yet the rest of the media ignores it, and average folks still don't even know what QE is or how much is accounts for our so-called recovery.

I'll be saving clips of these types of conversations on CNBC for a video I'm going to assemble after WallSt tanks some time over the next 8-12 month. I'm going to be pointing out when the media knew what and which outlets ignored it. I will also be drawing conclusions about the demographic targeting used to keep the average Joe in the dark while making exciting news for investors. What is taking place in the media right now is the worst perversion of journalism I as an American have ever seen.



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[-] -1 points by Builder (4202) 4 years ago

Yes, the day of the reporter has given way to the day of the repeater.

Investigation is waaaaaaaay too risky, and expensive.

[-] -3 points by MyBrothersKeeper (-36) 4 years ago

So this fall we have, risk of government shutdown to take the media spotlight, Anon Nov 5th hackathon to pave the way for passing CISPA or whatever it's now called, Labor protests which will turn into a media show to support the ACA, and the end of QE falling through the media cracks while the poor get poorer with no coverage as to why.

Obama gets his ACA support, Rs get to rally their base, the Chamber Of Commerce turns the web into a mall, and the poor get poorer. Sounds like one hell of a fall season. OH! there's football to watch too. How exciting!

[-] -1 points by Builder (4202) 4 years ago

The coverage of the MAM on May 25th was awesome as well, right?

[-] -2 points by MyBrothersKeeper (-36) 4 years ago

Didn't see it in the media, sorry. I honestly don't keep up with Monsanto. I agree that something should be done but 5 years ago I lived in a 3 bedroom house in a nice neighborhood with my wife, 2 kids, cats, and and 2 cars. Now all of that is gone except I see my boy every week. I have one very clear focus now. The economy and those who rig the game against the working class. Thus my returns to the Occupy 'Wall Street' forum. Maybe when things turn around for me I will have time to engage in other topics of protest.

[-] -1 points by Builder (4202) 4 years ago

I'm being facetious. There was zero coverage of the MAM.

Biotech takeover of our food supply is paramount to the corporate control of every aspect of our lives. If we don't have to buy their shit, they don't own us completely.

The taking back of our basic rights to unpoisoned food, and the right to grow our own food, is part of a larger battle that you and I are part of.