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Re: “About those auto bailouts

Corporate Bailouts… Is Government Postponing the Inevitable?

Written by: J.S. Thompson

What makes a corporate entity too big to fail? Corporate money and influence over legislators is the single variable that allows some businesses to be allowed to be bailed out with tax payer dollars! This is a violation of the premise of capitalism.

Capitalism must have winners and losers determined not by investment, but by production. Investment speculation, interjects into the market false value in actual good produced.

If the general population understood how the market works, they wouldn’t do it! The market is social deceit at its grandest level and will result in it economic destruction eventually.

Once the investment cycle begins, it can’t be stopped until it crumbles under its own weight. This is the law of economic physics. Granted, you can create the façade for a period of time but you cannot maintain it forever.

The market must have losers in order for the winners to make money. The safest place that the investment manipulators get their money is from those who do not understand how the market works.

While the corporate manipulators scrape real money off of the top, those unsuspecting, reap very little to nothing as their investments are eaten up by inflation.
Those who invest in the market are not investing in a real product, they think they are but they are not. You’re not investing in Apple or Goldman Sachs, you’re betting against others who are betting with you while the dealer is paid real money for their services.

Real money is money paid for a service; however, investment money does not represent a real product. While real money can be invested to make real products, investment money is used for marketing which results when the cost of currency is inflated by the artificial cost of manufacturing due to investment. The market is a scam, a Ponzi scheme.

When the market collapsed in 2008, this occurred because the market price of goods manufactured, such as housing, became so inflated that the market could no longer afford to buy them. However, this didn’t stop the manipulators from continuing to sell the high cost of manufacturing. Why did this occur? The market manipulators knew this was going to happen and they also knew that “they” were going to get bailed out. Those who control the market also control our legislators. Too big to fail, too big to jail! They can do whatever they want and escape prosecution.

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Posted by divineadvancedhumanbeings.com on 05/25/2011 at 8:55 AM


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