Next Time Don’t Let Anyone Get Between Wall Street & the Pitchforks

A serious degree of frustration begins to rise reading about such events as 9/11 and the 2008 bail out rip-off but because the established media maintains such a staunch silence on both we need to remind ourselves over and over how deceitful, undemocratic and corrupt our “leaders” actually are. The following is a bit long but a good primer on why Donald Trump was chosen by the “deplorables” and “knuckle draggers” to drain the swamp. That he was lying didn’t matter, anything was better than more of the same as was guaranteed under a Clinton White House after Sanders turned coat the Democrat establishment shut him down and made him into a nice little puppet.

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Published on Friday, September 14, 2018

Ten Years After the Crash, We’ve Learned Nothing

The great financial catastrophe of our times is still badly misunderstood, and led to grotesque consequences, including the election of Donald Trump

Traders on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange, September 16, 2008. (Photo: Spencer Platt/Getty Images)

Traders on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange, September 16, 2008. (Photo: Spencer Platt/Getty Images)

Ten years ago, on Saturday, September 13th, 2008, the world was about to end.

The New York Federal Reserve was a zoo. Imagine NASA headquarters on the day a giant asteroid careens into the atmosphere. That was the New York Fed: all hands on deck, peak human panic.

The crowd included future Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner, then-Treasury Secretary (and former Goldman Sachs CEO) Hank Paulson, the representatives of multiple regulatory offices, and the CEOs of virtually every major bank in New York, each toting armies of bean counters…

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9 thoughts on “Next Time Don’t Let Anyone Get Between Wall Street & the Pitchforks

  1. katharineotto

    Another worthy link, well worth reading. Wolfess does produce some good ones. The saddest part of it all is that the scam continues. I relate it to the entire Ponzi scheme known as the Federal Reserve system, backed by the income tax that feeds perpetual interest on national debt to the privately owned Fed. This has put Congress in the debt-creation business, which is why it is making war and wasting money as fast as it can get away with it. Wall Street runs on debt-backed money backed by more debt, down to the individual who ultimately has to pay for it, in higher taxes, higher prices, and ever more intrusive and grabby government.

    Glad you’re staying on top of it.

    1. Sha'Tara Post author

      The entire banking system and the income tax burden are Ponzi schemes. After reading your comment I watched the movie, “Now you see me” again about magic being essentially based on misdirection. All money systems are based on misdirection, i.e., lies. What is finally bringing them down is the simple fact that money handling feeds greed; that Earthians are essentially greedy, self-centred creatures who, having invented and legalized extortionist games that steal energy from masses to funnel into the hands and vaults of the few, cannot stop themselves no matter how much of an insane accumulation of tokens of power they amass for themselves. They must increase it exponentially – the sociopathic Jeff Bezos being a prime example. If those ways become criminal, that’s OK because they have the power to change the laws and slough off their crimes upon their victims through austerity programs, regime change, invasion, wars, economic sanctions all backed by lies of fake news, propaganda, false flags, whatever it takes to push the game up to the next level of disease, famine and bloody madness.

      1. katharineotto

        So Sha’Tara,
        I’ve been thinking (and dreaming) about our group dream experiment, about a society we would want to live in. Last night I dreamed I was a luncheon with lots of women, one with a long necklace of black beads. The necklace was looped several times around her neck and dangled on the table. The woman was talking excitedly, as were others. All were very chic. I was wearing no jewelry but wondered if I should. Later, though, I interpreted the necklace as representing chains around the woman’s neck. I realized that many people believe these chains are fashionable. What do you think?

      2. Sha'Tara Post author

        The symbolism in your dream is unmistakable. For what it’s worth I’ve always considered “jewelry” to be an attempt to render the trappings of slavery: chains around neck, wrists and ankles and rings which were used to show that the particular slave girl or person belonged to a certain master – the ring usually having the owner’s insignia on it. Tattoos also fit in this category and are more permanent. As to the dreaming, I haven’t had any new ones since, or that I remember and I usually do remember my dreams.

      3. katharineotto

        You affirm my thoughts about jewelry, but we are in the minority. It occurs to me that many people like their chains, which make them feel safe and secure. Chains around the neck; chains around the mind. We have our work cut out for us.

        Not to worry about the dream experiment. I may post a blog on it, and credit you with the idea. Have you ever heard of the Senoi?

      4. katharineotto

        I found several references to the Senoi’s work with dreams on Google but haven’t read them yet. They were (are) a tribe in Malaysia that made heavy use of individual and group dreams to solve problems, resolve conflicts, promote individual creativity. Most of the books I’ve read about dreams reference them.

  2. Sha'Tara Post author

    Incomplete comment – tablet problems. Meant to say that jewellry is an attempt to render “fashionable” or even “special” the ancient/not so ancient! trappings of slavery. Slaves are programmed to develop pride in whatever/whomever masters them and to defend and support their oppressors: organized religions and politics definitely cases in point.

  3. Sha'Tara Post author

    Interesting about the Senoi. Using dreams to solve social problems… in the old ways before Christainity (deliberately spelled thus) inflicted its bloody iron-fisted rule upon this world, most tribal peoples had shamans or dreamers whose duty, job, calling, was to dream such dreams, or interpret the dreams of other individuals. The Senoi must be a remnant that Christainity failed to annihilate in its zeal to make the world safe for enslaving to European empires.


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