Making bad loans, some under government threat, is not stealing from the taxpayers. What is this guy talking about?
Inflation-pyramid-scheme, for which the TARP should never have been passed, and without that, the money powers who often argue for mergers and acquisitions, would have found themselves to be that which was broken up and “the working parts sold.”
Instead, the Federal Reserve now writes more and more rubber checks to pay for U.S. Treasuries, which creates a problem of its credibility, placing that ahead of the “full faith and credit” of the Treasury. At the door, in other words, instead of meeting the credit of the U.S., one meets its creditors.
The net is, that the bankster-lawyer-politicos who make the arrangements, are rewarded with pay that exceeds the actual cost of living and then some; there are now so many phoney leaders who clamor about merit pay, yet are without merit.
They are faux-capitalists, then next crony-capitalists, then next, fascists, which is a fancy term for the creme of these money-arrangers in and out of gov’t, whose riches from the scheme, exclude *their* world from the affectations and effects of the nationalizing-socialism and its low-to-non-existant-rewards world, they impose.
It’s a pyramid scheme, and that is theft.
The result is usually that workers “work” but are not paid; rather, they “work” in order to have something to do in their dreary existence.
The result is that leaders lie quite a lot, and what gov’t says, is usually not true.
That also, is theft, of virtue, which quality we need for honest transactions, in addition to much more and shall miss very much.