Stock market collapse? Great! Wall Street’s .01%’s rigged-casino parasitizing real Americans' work and offering zero usable goods/services MUST END before monetary reform & public banking allow ~$1,000,000 per US household in near-instant benefits (you literally have nothing more valuable to learn)
Secondary market: securities sold by and transferred to one speculator to another.
Speculator: purchase of an asset with hope that it will become more valuable. Many speculators pay little attention to the fundamental value of a security and instead focus purely on price movements (my note: 99% of Americans, yes?)
The most important context to consider the US stock market:
- Americans are neo-slaves to lying sacks-of-spin asset holes psychopathically crushing life from all Earth’s inhabitants. The best description of these .01%’s “leadership” is rogue state empire, with those of us pointing to the uncontested and comprehensive history unaware of any attempts to refute this label of OBVIOUS crimes that annually kill millions, harm billions, and loot trillions.
The most important conclusion to draw from this context:
- It is also obvious that anyone serving the ideals of the Declaration of Independence, and the legal/natural rights upheld in the US Constitution must demand .01% arrests. The alternative is to normalize Orwellian inversions of truth, justice, and the American way of freedom.
The .01% rigged-casino looting Americans of trillions
“No Money shall be drawn from the Treasury, but in Consequence of Appropriations made by Law; and a regular Statement and Account of the Receipts and Expenditures of all public Money shall be published from time to time.” ~ Article I, Section 9, Clause 7, The US Constitution
Some historical context from WANTtoKNOW.info:
CBS News in 2002 was the first to report on the much smaller amount of $2.3 trillion missing from the Pentagon, as acknowledged by then Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld in a report on the Dept. of Defense website. Rumsfeld's report was later strangely removed from the website, but is still available on the Internet archive.
I’ve written continuously of such looting, including in 2016 of the Department of Defense (DoD) admitting having “lost” $6.5 trillion of taxpayer money. Now Forbes reports $21 trillion “unaccounted” (= “lost”) taxpayer money received by our government, but without documentation of what happened to it. Importantly, this missing money is just from DoD and Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD).
$21 trillion = ~$200,000 per average US household. If you really believe this was "lost" and without need of comprehensive independent accounting, you deserve to be looted more.
I've also documented:
The global 1 percent hold twenty-one to thirty-two trillion dollars in offshore havens in order to evade taxes, according to James S. Henry, the former chief economist at the global management consulting firm, McKinsey & Company. Based on data from the Bank for International Settlements, the International Monetary Fund, the World Bank, and 139 countries, Henry found that the top 1 percent hid more than the total annual economic output of the US and Japan combined. For perspective, this hidden wealth is at least seven times the amount—$3 trillion—that many estimates suggest would be necessary to end global poverty.If this hidden wealth earned a modest rate of 3 percent interest and that interest income were taxed at just 30 percent, these investments would have generated income tax revenues between $190 and $280 billion, according to the analysis.Domestically, the Federal Reserve reported that the top seven US banks hold more than $10 trillion in assets, recorded in over 14,000 created “subsidiaries” to avoid taxes.
$1,000,000 per average US household benefits?! How???
I'm among dozens documenting (and updating) for decades:
Obvious solutions other than endure debt slavery and kissing our assets goodbye:
Data, discussion of ~$1,000,000 benefits per average US household with monetary reform, public banking:
Demand .01% arrests for Orwellian lies and crimes
Note: My work from 2012 to October, 2017 is on Washington’s Blog. Work back to 2009 is blocked by Examiner.com (and from other whistleblowers), so some links to those essays are blocked. If you’d like to search for those articles other sites may have republished, use words from the article title within the blocked link. Or, go to http://archive.org/web/, paste the expired link into the box, click “Browse history,” then click onto the screenshots of that page for each time it was screen-shot and uploaded to webarchive (blocked author pages: here, here).