CSI Wall Street: The Economy Killer

103 comments on “CSI Wall Street: The Economy Killer
  1. mike king says:

    Jp Morgan and the Federal Reserve are one in the same. The FR is a front organization of a huge conglomerate deliberately collapsing the world financial system. Jp Morgan along with the rest of them are one in the same…… they are all a part of the conglomerate. The comment of a “secret” “bailout” to JPM by the FR is ridiculous and mis directing, propoganda BS.
    Mike King

  2. jarrollin says:

    From my brother’s google + page: I confess I have been hanging back and pre_occupied_ by other stuff when it comes to this wonderful Occupy Movement. But just now I want to vent a feeling about it. I have been hearing that this movement has opened a space for conversation, a conversation about economic justice. This is true so far as I can tell and a good thing (and it seems crazy to me in part because it’s a conversation that I have been trying to have for the last decade.) The thing that is troubling me most is that the ideas I’ve been hearing, trickling down to me through the various media filters, seem to lack imagination and creativity. Are people really out on the streets asking for jobs?! Do people really want jobs? Do people really want to create more situations where we have to turn over the bulk of our time and energy to the whims of some other authority, some company or organization that we don’t particularly care about, and which doesn’t particulalrly care about us? Is this an arrangement really worth fighting for? As long as we’re asking for a better arrangement, some economic justice, let’s talk about what we actually want. Don’t we actually want our own economy? Don’t we want to determine how we work and what we work for, on our own terms? Giving people the room to think in this way, about what work it is that they would like to do for themselves, as opposed to having to give most of their energy and time to a job, will create a fabulous terrain for the production of economic justice. Is anyone out there in the movement talking like this?

  3. F. Beard says:

    Are people really out on the streets asking for jobs?! Do people really want jobs? Do people really want to create more situations where we have to turn over the bulk of our time and energy to the whims of some other authority, some company or organization that we don’t particularly care about, and which doesn’t particulalrly care about us? Is this an arrangement really worth fighting for? As long as we’re asking for a better arrangement, some economic justice, let’s talk about what we actually want. Don’t we actually want our own economy? jarrollin

    Bingo! The population does not need jobs; it needs monetary restitution for theft via the counterfeiting cartel, the banking system, whereby the so-called “credit-worthy” have used the workers’ own stolen purchasing power to outsource and automate their jobs away.

    Don’t be a stranger here. I like the way you think.