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trungpa ricochet Donating Member (157 posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sat Oct-31-09 07:57 AM
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4. Style vs. substance
Edited on Sat Oct-31-09 07:58 AM by trungpa ricochet
I have watched and listened to Max for quite a while now. I am an American living in France, like Max. I think he does know what he is talking about, and I also think that the rest of the world is simply too afraid to pull on the loose thread that will unravel the whole garment that is the economy. The average person in this world IS being bamboozled by the big investment banks, not just GS and those others in New York, but worldwide. The scam is on. This happened in America because Congress was, and is, corrupt. There has been, since Reagan's presidency, an obvious revolving door between Wall Street and Washington. The voters elected these lying bastards and they got robbed. The Federal Reserve is also a sham. It needs to be dismantled. The US Treasury should be the sole source of the money supply.

Maybe Max's style is shrill, but he is right. I think he sounds a bit like he is about to lose his mind because he knows he is right, but nobody cares. My own concern is this: maybe Max's credibility would be improved if Iran wasn't supporting his broadcast.


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