Friday, January 21, 2011

How to Make the Economy Recover Overnight

JP Morgan Chase Gangster Jamie DIMON on the left and Goldman Sachs Bankster Lloyd BLANKFEIN on the right


Want to make the economy recover so fast, it would be deemed a 'miracle' by those MSM buffons posing as 'reporters'?

Just start tossing some of those Gucci-clad thieves from those "Too Big to Fail" Wall Street Banks/Casinos into prison for their theft of trillions of dollars from Americans and then watch our country rebound in no time.

Let them join their fellow 'Khazar,' Bernie Madoff in prison. Stick a couple of them in federal penitentiary's notorious for sodomy and let them experience first-hand what they've been doing to 'We the People.'
Wall Street celebrates record profits

JPMorgan Chase's profit report for 2010, released Friday, has become the occasion for a celebration by the American plutocracy of the return of the good old days before the Wall Street crash of 2008. Jamie Dimon, JPMorgan’s CEO, summed up the general mood of the financial elite when he declared the banks record profits to be evidence of a “broad-based economic recovery,”adding, "I think the future is extremely bright."

The banking giant reported a 48 percent increase in profits over 2009 and a 47 percent increase for the fourth quarter of 2010 over the same period the previous year.
The future is 'extremely bright?" Maybe for the bankster gangsters, but for us serfs...
Home price drops exceed Great Depression

Home prices fell for the 53rd consecutive month in November, taking the decline past that of the Great Depression for the first time in the prolonged housing slump, according to Zillow. Home prices have fallen 26 percent since their peak in 2006, exceeding the 25.9 percent drop registered in the five years between 1928 and 1933, the housing data company said in a report on Monday. Prices fell 0.8 percent over the month.
Welcome to your new home, America


Now a view of 'LORD' and Laura Blankfein's 'humble' abode on Parsonage Lane, in Sagaponack, NY.
Notice any difference?

The census 2000 population of Sagaponack was 582 and was listed as the most expensive small town in the United States in 2009; the median home sale price was $4,421,458.

The name Sagaponack comes from the Shinnecock Indian Nation for "land of the big ground nuts."


DESCRIPTION: This stunning 6,561 square feet,7 bedrooms, 6.5 bathrooms mansion sits on almost 3 acres abutting reserve with every amenity, including spacious Master with fireplace, porch and sitting room, large gourmet EIK with professional appliances, cherry cabinets, wood panelled library, screened in porch and finished basement with media room, gym, and covered porches. Built by one of the east ends top building companies and landscape design by famous Edmund Hollander makes the most incredible summer/year round retreat. Large house, gunite heated pool , pool house and sunken tennis court completes the package just a couple block from ocean beaches.
Profits In Poverty: JPMorgan Is Making Big Money From Food Stamps!

JP Morgan is the largest processor of food stamp benefits in the United States. JP Morgan has contracted to provide food stamp debit cards in 26 U.S. states and the District of Columbia. JP Morgan is paid for each case that it handles, so that means that the more Americans that go on food stamps, the more profits JP Morgan makes.
Considering the fact that the number of Americans on food stamps has exploded from 26million in 2007 to 43 million today, one can only imagine how much JP Morgan's profits in this area have soared. But doesn't this give JP Morgan an incentive to keep the number of Americans enrolled in the food stamp program as high as possible?

So if unemployment goes down will this ruin JP Morgan's food stamp business?

Well, apparently not. In the interview Paton says that 40% of food stamp recipients are currently working, and he seems convinced that there could be further "growth" in that segment.

So what happens if you have a problem with your food stamp debit card?

Well, you call up a JP Morgan service center... it turns out that JP Morgan is saving money by "outsourcing" food stamp customer service calls to India.
JP Morgan- Profits from Food Stamps and the Growth of Poverty and Suffering in America

Scene from Mel Brooks "History of the World, Part I--It's Good to be the King"

The Big Obscenity: A Trillion Dollars a Year to the Richest 1%



  1. The FBI is busy. No time for the bankers.

    "FBI arrests 127 in its biggest ever Mafia crackdown–(none of them on Wall St.)"

  2. Let's make it official and change the 'United States of America' to the 'United Corporations of America.'

    Saw that many corporate heads were at a meeting with China's head of state.
    There was probably lots of ass-kissing and fawning over 'Commie Inc' trying to get into that 'Worker's Paradise' where the average wage is around 15 cents an hour and they force you to work around 98 hours a week.


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