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Felix Salmon, finance blogger for Reuters, talks about Federal raids on hedge funds suspected of insider trading.
Helter skelter was a term use to descrive the story of a powerful group that wanted take full control of a goverment and they made a black man become the president because they tought that this black person would be easier to manupalate and steal all his , power thus blaming him for everything. These ppl were relentless for hundreds of years to achieve this because they think that theyre destiny was to built something for themselves and their god. These ppl have a complex of inferiorness and thathas helped their cause, but just like a bull in a china room these ppl destroyed everything in their path, they became blind to everyone else but themselves...and now many ppl of this earth are suffering, they are confused to whats going on, they feel powerless and fustrated, but just like new orleans,..the american ppl have brave soldiers that will fight for our right to party!
Bernie, well said!
the fact that there haven't really been any significant arrests relating to the crash of our economy just further proves that these mongrels aka hedge fund managers, investment bankers are in cahoots with politicians and they'll never burn their source of campaign funds. until campaign finance rules are changed these animals will get away with whatever they like.they're not socially worthless- they provide the filthy money to get criminals re-elected.thank our supreme court for cementing this fact.
It just gets better and better. Oh sure, we're on the road to recovery...we haven't hit the bottom yet.
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