Skip to comments.Want to understand Wall Street crises before the next one? Then, look again at 2008 -- please!
Posted on 05/09/2010 4:28:42 AM PDT by unspun
Don't even think about not watching these
Question: What caused Bear Stearns, then Lehman Brothers to fail on Wall Street, at their appointed times, as the the mortgage meltdown "progressed?"
Clue: It wasn't someone who couldn't tell where the "M" and "B" keys are, on a keyboard.
Answer: Peruse these videos, produced by Judd Bagley.
Please watch this video whatever else you consider news, today. You won't be sorry. (At least you shouldn't!)
Then, you can decide whether or not you want to keep your money in the stock market.
Obama will blame the crash on Dyslexia.
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Also, FYI, from the bottom of the I.O. version of the article:
And Timmy's boss? Mr. Hang Back and Watch, No Drama Obama? Wouldn't you like to read the text that came through that guy's Blackberry? Or, that keeps coming? You do remember what Sen. Jim DeMint told us a few days ago, about exactly who nixed Sen. Blanche Lincoln's transparency verbiage, for the new Obamafinance bill? Yeah, same guy: BHO. Go back and watch, if you like: "THE GREATEST SCANDAL IN MODERN HISTORY - Treason in Process." Transparency gets in the way of manipulation.
And have you watched the final version of the eye-opening Autumn-2008 video, "Burning Down the House?" And did you not read James Simpson's article, "Barack Obama and the Strategy of Manufactured Crisis," in that nostalgic September of 2008? Or, subsequently? Time flies, when we're having crises. - AW
More about the Wall Street manipulation of Thursday, 5/6/2010, from Gerald Celente, here ...and about the collapse he predicts for later this year. photo source unknown
So who’s fault is it, for those of us that can’t view video?
Hi. I’m not being allowed to post this under “extended news” or “crime.” Few FReepers will see this. That’s not good — for them.
This video presents how Bear Stearns and Lehman Brothers were destroyed by massive naked short selling attacks. It was coordinated theft. The producer shows just how it happened and how nothing has been done to prevent this company and economy destroying behavior to happen again.
And it's not like we can trust those involved with instigating this manufactured crisis, to prevent the next one(s).
Our money on Wall Street lays there at the "mercy" of mega-criminals.
Pardon the bad self-editing:
The producer shows just how it happened and how nothing has been done to prevent this company and economy destroying behavior from happening again.
I am tired of being told that I have to watch some video.
This has become pervasive on the internet.
I just want the facts mam, just the facts in a few lines of text.
You should be very grateful to the person who put this video together, frankly. This is what I just wrote in another post, to someone who can’t see videos on his computer:
This video presents how Bear Stearns and Lehman Brothers were destroyed by massive naked short selling attacks. It was coordinated theft. The producer shows just how it happened and how nothing has been done to prevent this company and economy destroying behavior from happening again.
And it’s not like we can trust those involved with instigating this manufactured crisis, to prevent the next one(s).
Our money on Wall Street lays there at the “mercy” of mega-criminals.
“Then, you can decide whether or not you want to keep your money in the stock market.”
What is the best option for a 401k invested in mutual funds?
Is it a good idea to transfer everything into some kind of money market fund.
Frankly, I would have. I have one stock with a little money in it. It's a very small, Christian owned utility and property management company, in Texas.
Sorry, I mean frankly, I would and I have. (Sleep deprivation ;-)
To people who complain about having to watch the videos instead of being able to read a short synopsis, I would say that this is a complicated issue and is best explained with graphics. And the graphics in the videos are quite clear and communicative.
BTW, I wonder if the activity in the Proctor and Gamble shares last week was the result of a manipulator using naked short selling to significant reduce its share price in the market. The PG activity was not remotely comparable to what happened to Bear Stearns, but its volume and price activity stood out noticeably in the crash last week.
Thanks for the synopsis.
I still recall a thread that came out in, I think, around February or March 2008 where there had been some discussion among some high-ranking democrats (reps or senators) about this event. That is to say, they discussed that this WOULD happen as if they were in on the plan.
I’m always suspicious of dems (and some reps) and wouldn’t doubt for a minute that they planned the economic disaster for the specific purpose of taking control of the government.
Understood, but at my present location, I am unable to download and watch most videos. There are few exceptions, but our IT folks have a tight clamp on any activity that eats up bandwidth.
“You should be very grateful to the person who put this video together, frankly.”
Yes, I am always grateful to anyone that exposes corruption.
I am not, however, a child that needs some video to explain it. Plain text is fine for me.
Most of the time when I open video links, I get too much crap... advertisements, etc.
I am an old fashioned internet guy.
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