Has The Stock Market Been Weaponized?


Simple Yes Or No answer will suffice. No other comments necessary. RBF will be opening the Barber Shop, at his discretion, at a later date...to defend his position. NOTE: He be gwan on vakay soon so I hope he has time.

I say YES.


The ENTER-NET Fisherman
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TOO BAD SOOOOOOO SAD

We got a lot bigger problems:
https://wallstreetonparade.com/2020/03/stimulus-bill-allows-federal-reserve-to-conduct-meetings-in-secret-gives-fed-454-billion-slush-fund-for-wall-street-bailouts/

"Adding to the suspicions that the Fed doesn’t want to have to battle Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) requests (sunshine law requests) again in court, as it did and lost during the last financial crisis to keep its outrageous $29 trillion bailout program to Wall Street a secret from the public, the Senate-approved stimulus bill repeals the sunshine law for the Fed’s meetings until the President says the coronavirus threat is over or the end of this year. That could make any FOIA lawsuits to unleash details of what’s going on next to impossible since it has been codified in a federal law. The bill states the following:"


We will never have accountability for the suffering American citizens have had to endure to maintain the lifestyle of the Elite of Wall Street.

WE HAVE ALL BEEN SOLD OUT...otherwise there would be a revolution...I can't believe the Senate allowed this.

No one here wanted to read about why we are in the economic shape we are.
THIS COUNTRY SURVIVWED WWII

GOOD GOD



The ENTER-NET Fisherman
Too big to fail redux

c/p- Do you understand why this bill is being rushed through congress?

It has alot to do with the falling stock market but more precisely with the hundreds of corporations that have been hawking bonds to gullible investors who thought they were buying the debt of responsible, well-managed companies that used the money to improve their product-line, train workers, or build new factories. But instead, greedy CEOs have been using the money to buy shares in their own companies to boost executive compensation and reward shareholders. It’s a multi-trillion dollar scam that blew up in their faces causing a complete freeze-over in the corporate bond market.

https://www.unz.com/mwhitney/the-senates-coronavirus-relief-package-must-be-stopped/
https://finance.yahoo.com/news/coronavirus-war-bretton-woods-style-130000284.html


RBF


No, many military choose not to vote because they are too lazy to.
Originally posted by Fred67
 

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