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Reply Mon 21 Mar, 2011 02:06 am

Best documentary on how bankers....., bank regulators and Harvard economic professors fucked your hard earn money. It is so so damn sad, since the government( which is suppose to act on your best interest), and economic professors( which are suppose to be objective investigators) are ******* you, me, and all of us! The best documentary that shows all of this is "inside job" . You can watch it for free in here: http://topdocumentaryfilms.com/inside-job/

Any comments, critiques will be great.
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Krumple
 
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Reply Mon 21 Mar, 2011 08:41 am
@TuringEquivalent,
I am anti-bank and have been for a long time. But that makes me sound like a loon. It is not just the banks that are the problem. It is the fact that our government has been "granted" the power to regulate funds for projects. Since we have allowed congress to "hold" this type of power, the country has been going down hill ever since. As long as congress is allowed to continue doing this, this country will become worse and worse for the people, while making a few thousand very wealthy.

The political leaders are clever. They sell the american people false hopes while continuing the same political behavior and at the same time pretending to place blame on each other for the failures. This way they can dodge all criticism while still being able to muster up support for the same political policies. It is a perfect plan and the american people are duped into going along with it.
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Reply Mon 21 Mar, 2011 10:10 am
@Krumple,
The big business people are even more clever. they have people like you blaming the government while they (big business) continue to buy senators and representatives who make it possible for big banks and businesses to stay on top. We need real regulation of business and need to force business to keep manufacturing in the U.S.. The japan thing showed us just how weak we are. The auto industry has had to shut down some of its facilities because of a shortage of parts manufactured in Japan. Caused by unregulated big business.
Krumple
 
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Reply Mon 21 Mar, 2011 10:14 am
@RABEL222,
RABEL222 wrote:

The big business people are even more clever. they have people like you blaming the government while they (big business) continue to buy senators and representatives who make it possible for big banks and businesses to stay on top. We need real regulation of business and need to force business to keep manufacturing in the U.S.. The japan thing showed us just how weak we are. The auto industry has had to shut down some of its facilities because of a shortage of parts manufactured in Japan. Caused by unregulated big business.


Yeah I use to think that it was businesses that were the problem. But the fact is, that the reason businesses are allowed to do what they do, is because they lobby congress for the permissions to become predatory towards their customers and conduct fraudulent activities. The heart of the problem is that congress is allowed to control the money which they should not be allowed to do. Why do you think that big businesses have so many lobbyists? The more you have the better the chances you'll get favorable laws passed to help you conduct fraudulent business deals.
Fil Albuquerque
 
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Reply Mon 21 Mar, 2011 10:41 am
@Krumple,
That is a good illustration on the decline of Political power...or any central visible power at all like Justice...(Network cloud processing instead of central processing is the new paradigm)
In the communication/globalization age visible powers become soft targets who can be manipulated through manipulating the media by top high IQ corporate predators...an "unstoppable algorithm" the way I see it.
Unfortunately its a natural consequence of development and Social Darwinism as we all grow closer together and the planet "shrinks"...
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