Posts Tagged ‘jeff olson’

When Tyrants Grasp At Straws…

June 28, 2013

Mr. Olson will probably be charged. Let’s see what they will actually slap him with. The rhetoric is down right scary of course and it belies panic.

My take is that the verdict will revolve around how solid a grip the banks have on social mood. The weaker they feel their grip is, the tougher the sentence.

http://www.sandiegoreader.com/weblogs/news-ticker/2013/jun/25/chalking-the-plank-judge-wont-allow-bank-protester/

As a corollary to the above –

I began writing publicly some 8 years ago. The reason I did so is because I was beginning to get to grips with how the monetary system works and, in particular, how banks work. The thing that baffled me the most at the time was how oblivious most banking, finance and economy “professionals” were to the inherently and arithmetically predatory nature of the system.

Eight years and countless real life examples later, I realize nothing has changed. This shit storm will be taken to its ultimate conclusion because of the handful of people that know what is going on, fewer still are willing to do anything about it.