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February 02, 2012


Strahler 70

Well, one billion dollars isn't what it used to be anymore, peanuts, as Ackermann would say. One billion people forced to pay skyrocketing food prices (or starve) driven by speculations of an elite of supernational bankers - that's a problem for the entire planet.


Capitalism continues to be bait for socialism, but should we bite?


The USA is an All-Or-Nothing land: if the extreme event of bankers not getting to profit doesn't occur, then the USA will become communist immediately. All-or-Nothing is the negative psychological thinking of the west.

The USA and Germany are filled with negativistic thinking of the kind that is commonly diagnosed in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy as "irrational thinking". The banks needs cognitive behavioral therapy.

Gilda J. Richey

Fraud has always shaken up investor confidence. I lost faith in the wall street financial groups like the Lehman brothers alongside the American Insurance Group. Given this scale of fraud, it is no surprise that European banks aside from the Swiss are involved.

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