These same rightwing trolls also call into Thom's show to try to get him to say something the censors can jump on. For example, to go into a building to commit a misdemeanor (like stealing a flag or even a piece of paper having a value of only 1 cent) is first-degree burglary. So be careful of being set up by these government agent agitators.
I think Wall Street is upset that they are losing their big bonuses so watch out for a big push by the Washington's Mafia thugs.
Big corporations are starting to convert to gold to protect their profits. Brazil, Russia, Iran, China, and India, (the BRIC countries) are starting to trade with each other in gold. Investment banking is going down the tube big time due to a paradigm shift away from investment banking, the US dollar, and the stock market. Institutions are actually buying gold above spot price by more than $250. This is killing Wall Street, and the Wall Street Mafia dons losing their bonuses is just the beginning. We can thank Occupy Wall Street for keeping a light on the banks since they can't continue business as usually because we are nearing election time. The Occupy Wall Street movement is really rattling their cages.
See the graphs in the link above of the fall of Wall Street banking and investments firms, often the same, and the order of collaspe.
How could all of these institutions collapse in this fashion? It was due to policy deregulation as well as the manipulation of financial products, assets and information. Thus, the banking system and these institutions were functioning and supposedly solvent a great deal longer than a free market would have allowed. The act of misleading the market gave false values and elevated stock prices.
This is a perfect example of the mass psychology of the public investing in highly inflated assets based on superficial and bogus technical analysis. As the housing and financial markets were reaching their peak in the 2007, fundamentals played no part in their real market values— it was based entirely on mass psychology instead; the false belief projected by investors and the corporations themselves that these companies were actually of high value.
This disintegration of the housing market and banking system was not an isolated episode; rather it was part of the events that take place in STAGE 1 of what Dmitry Orlov calls the Five Stages Of Collapse.
Stage 1: Financial Collapse
Stage 2: Commercial Collapse
Stage 3: Political Collapse
Stage 4: Social Collapse
Stage 5: Cultural Collapse