How to Stop the fake BLM Protests: Start Protesting Against TBTF Banks
Wall Street Was a Slave Market Before It Was a Financial CenterOne Moses Taylor was a robber in disguise back then, making fortunes off of slavery and the rigged economic crashes of 1837 and 1857. Back then, it took 20 years for Wall Street pirates to set off a financial calamity that they benefited from, now they can do the same in 10 years.
“Wall Street owns the country. It is no longer a government of the people, by the people, and for the people, but a government of Wall Street, by Wall Street, and for Wall Street. The great common people of this country are slaves, and monopoly is the master... Our laws are the output of a system which clothes rascals in robes and honesty in rags.”
Taylor was a major benefactor to Princeton U, so let's shut that racist institution down!
And now those bastards are manipulating the Covid hysteria to become even richer...
It’s official & a damning indictment, the Covid-19 lockdown has made the rich vastly richer and poor vastly poorerAll those protesters have to do is to start raising hell at those TBTF banks, and watch what happens. There won't be any mayors or co-opted police chiefs looking the other way, the police, sheriff's and National Guard will come down on you like a ton of bricks...and not the ones left on the scene for rioters.
New figures from the Bank of England show what many of us predicted – that the effect of shutting down the economy would increase wealth inequality and hit the least well-off hardest. And it's just going to get worse.
Look at Seattle CHAZ/CHOP. They were doing fine, until someone leaked the Mayor's address out and they started protesting there. Then Miss Mayor had a change of heart and ordered the police to bust up CHOP.
America's second biggest bank, JP Morgan Chase, has made a rare apology for its subsidiaries' involvement in the slave trade 200 years ago, admitting that it accepted slaves as loan collateral and ended up owning several hundred. The Wall Street heavyweight said parts of the business accepted thousands of slaves as collateral on loans made to plantation owners in the South in the early 19th century.Just think how many shekels these slavers would have to pay out for slave reps, when you add in compound interest over 300+ years!
Although it is a highly charged issued in the US, efforts at seeking reparations from companies once involved in slavery have made little progress. JP Morgan was named in a class action in 2002 which combined smaller claims. The case called for reparation from 18 companies, including Lloyd's of London, FleetBoston, RJ Reynolds Tobacco, Brown & Williamson, CSX Corporation and Lehman Brothers.
That case was dismissed last January. The judge ruled that the plaintiffs had failed to draw clear links between themselves and the companies named.
Just don't expect any money or reparations, since the (((banksters))) aren't going to part with their filthy lucre.
The Slavers of Wall Street: Investment Banks and Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade
BLM types, read the above link so you can pick which Wall Street banks to protest against. Don't let pAntifa thugs trick you into busting up a TARGET or the local quick shop, go after the Big Game. Without banks assisting in the slave business, there wouldn't have been a slave trade.
Just remember what they did to someone who protested against their sleazy practices..
So go riot to CITIbank or JP Morgan or Citizens Bank or Fleet Boston or Lehman Brothers--absorbed by Barclays or Wachovia or RBS...the list is almost endless. Or go after the insurance companies that issued policies on slave, like Aetna or New York life. First do some research and see who are the CEO and COO's of those slave outfits, that way you'll know what you're up against. Hint: They also own the MSM, so don't expect any help from those asshats.