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4 days 21 hours ago #380928 by mapoui

ketchim wrote: Plus Bail Outs is NOT a new concept in America.

It's been TRIED, TESTED and PROVEN

Governments/Taxpayers were REPAID every dime with INTEREST....

SO my friend, your UNZ people are being Disingenuous and you lapping it up !

projects.propublica.org/bailout/list


you are absolutely, totally and completely wrong

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4 days 21 hours ago #380929 by mapoui

ketchim wrote: Banks repaid TARP funds using capital raised from the issuance of equity securities and debt
not guaranteed by the federal government.
... However, PNC reversed course on February 2, 2010, by issuing $3 billion in shares
and $1.5-2 billion in senior notes in order to pay its TARP funds back.


Bwoy you are incredibe! who can you ask for clarification on this issue..the universoty or c ollege you went to..their economics department..who can you ask for a accurate answer?

first formulaye question

the central banks of Canada, the USA, Britain and every european nation, etc...ask them if those banks are private r publicly owned government entities.

ask them in whose interest do these banks function

ask them how are all the functions handled and let them explain to you what really goes on there.

you don't know nutten at all

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4 days 21 hours ago #380930 by mapoui
who came up with BAIL OUT for corporations?
why dont you go bust with your mortgage and go ask the government to bail you out

what are the rule fo capitalism: that the fittest survive and so are better able to serve the people. if a company fails it is not fit and it is contrary to the principles of capitalist to feed it, to save it from itself. the fittest must survive and the weak, unfit, inefficient fall by the wayside

yet here you have the government PRINTING trillions of dollars to BAIL OUT corporations!

where does the money come from..how is that money made and available to government to bail out corporations?

is that the most efficient way to spend so many trillions of dollars..now Quads of millions..Quadrillions?

how is it handled..is it a loan..who pays interest and to whom..most crucially where does interest accrue along the way..at what points?

what is really necessary to be done to meet the peoples needs for jobs, education, health and general infrastructure. Quads of millions are being spent and the place is still falling apart. just tale a look! whats actually going on

you really dont know whats going on..how things actually work. so sorry!

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4 days 21 hours ago #380931 by mapoui
But take win ketchim. I am tired of this..spent too much time already on this

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4 days 21 hours ago #380932 by ketchim
bro, my sister worked for a huge corporation

AND they Paid back plus interest.

I believe her......she had no reason to LIE.

your guys at unz however has every reason to ~

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4 days 20 hours ago #380933 by ketchim

mapoui wrote: why dont you go bust with your mortgage and go ask the government to bail you out!

I got 6 months NO payment : currently trying to get the entire year !
plus I getting a Relief package due to my office closed down !

Bail Out is alive and well and a great Concept...

Your unz guys are diabolical and LIES

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4 days 16 hours ago - 4 days 16 hours ago #380938 by mapoui
russia-insider.com/en/us-ponzi-economy-s...assive-scale/ri28071

One of the main reasons big finance is able to pull off scam after scam in plain sight relates to the complexity, opacity and esoteric jargon associated with the industry. Repo is a perfect example. The market had a spasm in September and the Fed immediately rushed in with billions to bring the rate down without offering any transparency or a credible explanation of what was going on. Meanwhile, as the crisis continued over subsequent months and the central bank response grew larger and larger, we actually seem to be learning less with each passing day.

Instead of providing the public with the transparency it deserves, Fed officials run around pretending to be financial surgeons called in to perform an unexpected emergency operation on a patient after a freak accident. In reality, central banks are merely pumping billions into an already dead body while enriching connected and powerful individuals and institutions in the process. They know exactly what they’re doing and we need to stop pretending otherwise.
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4 days 16 hours ago #380939 by mapoui

ketchim wrote: bro, my sister worked for a huge corporation

AND they Paid back plus interest.

I believe her......she had no reason to LIE.

your guys at unz however has every reason to ~


YOUR MIND IS FAITH BASED..YOU BELIEVE WHAT YOUR SISTER SAID..AND YOU COME HERE TO TALK TO THE WORLD AND SAY THAT

NOT THAT HSE HAD NO REASON TO LIE..SHE CLEARLY DID NOT KNOW WHAT THE HELL SHE WAS TALKING ABOUT

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4 days 16 hours ago #380940 by mapoui
look at this: Nationalization: the people bail out the corporations..which is more than the sale price. they people have actually bought them all but do not take them over. they are left in charge

why? because they own the government so in theory nationalization would give the people control but in practice it would be a merger of the corporations and the government over the people.

but that is what is going on now..a merger between the bureaucracy and the corporations. you do not see that.and if you ask your sister who owns the FED she would say the american government. hahahaha. and you would BELIEVE her! hahahahaha.

they play games up there bwoy,,huge games with the people as providers of interest payments on helicopter money. helicopter money is how they have you walking around with their hand in your pocket all day long and you doh know.

I cya believe you you know..you actually that ignornant of the financial reality in the world? no man! you not that stupid. you jess playing mih dats all.

but if you dat stupid there is a whole lot of pain fuh all we rare right around the corner. watch the slavery emerging from corona. feel the draconian financial control coming to imprison we in the extraction of fees and interest charges. watch how yuh food prices go through the roof..how scarcity is developed into a fine art to bleed every last drop of money from the people

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4 days 15 hours ago - 4 days 15 hours ago #380941 by mapoui
here is an honest thinker or intellectual: Eric Striker

CAPITALISM IS THE REAL DISEASE..BAILING IT OUT ONLY MAKES US SICKER

russia-insider.com/en/capitalism-real-di...es-us-sicker/ri28434

The federal reserve recently announced a $1.5 trillion dollar coronavirus "stimulus" package, $500 billion of which will go to incentivize banks to keep lending.

Another maneuver, cutting Federal Reserve interest rates from an already low amount to effectively 0%, means big banks will be handed the equivalent of a socialized loan under the assumption that they will keep America's heavily in-debted corporations afloat.

But where is the evidence that bank bailouts do that? It took a decade for the 2008 bank bailouts to finally "work" - as in put sufficient numbers of people back to work. A more pressing question is why do ordinary people need to pay interest fixed at whatever rate middleman shareholders at private financiers want in order to produce/consume?

Last November, analysts found that US corporations are highly leveraged with $10 trillion dollars in debt. The dirty secret of liberal capitalism is that economic expansion (jobs, not just stock market numbers) is highly dependent on the privately owned apparatus of the federal reserve and the state to invent credit bubbles for private interests to have incentives to risk capital in a productive endeavor. If consumer activity falls, these corporations will be unable to pay owed interest to their creditors, since all of the above are expected to put shareholders above maintaining employment. Banks like stimulus beneficiary Goldman Sachs will increase the usury rate on credit loans if the market switches into bear mode, which is bad news for all the heavily indebted companies it loans to.
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