********There is no crisis. The money that was loaned to you and others has been recouped 100+%. The uber-rich are just sitting on it. *******
OK, but hoarding nevertheless still creates crisis. Ask all the people lined up for minimum wage jobs around buildings in 20 degree weather if there is no crisis. Although contrived it is still a serious crisis indeed to the masses. Basically, it is the death blow to the bed-ridden middle-class that has been theorized and in play for a few decades now.
Also, the majority of money that came out of black wallets and purses went to the Middle East blackhole, one way or another.
A. to the govt...money to fund the troops/war
B. to the semitic arabs at the corner stores...money to fund the boogeyman
C. to the doctors and pharmacies (semitic jews)...money to fund the bombing of Gaza and the building of the temple
*******Its not a race thing its a class thing.******
ABSOLUTELY. That was obvious when they stuck a negro on the pedestal. Race war is over...passe. They need negros on board.
Other than that, I agree with the Reaganomics premise but lets keep going. Lets also identify the tricks they associate with Roosevelt during the first economic hoarding crisis.
BTW, something interesting about Reaganomics was that during his era the govt took major steps in centralizing and expanding the illegal drug trade. Basically the DEA's job was to root out the competition and rule. Miami was "born" from a tropical retirement community for jews to a major player.
Let us find the commonalities of which we speak. No conflict intended.
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