21 June, 2008

The West’s Unnecessary Money Woes Continue

Posted by Socrates in Federal Reserve system, inflation, jewed culture, jewed finance, money, Socrates at 11:25 pm | Permanent Link

Newbies, what’s that old saying?: “There are three classes of people in the world: a small group that makes things happen, a bigger group that watches things happen, and the biggest group, which doesn’t notice that anything happened.” God’s Pets are, unfortunately, of the first class. They always make things happen – bad things. As long as Jewish money-magicians – i.e., bankers, brokers, investors – are allowed free rein in the financial sectors of the Western countries, up-and-down economic turmoil will continue. Thanks to monetary rules created by the illusionists themselves, there’s always too much money available, leading to inflation, financial manipulations and general irresponsibility. Also, the materialism and money-worship of the yids has rubbed off onto many gentiles, turning them into quasi-Jews:


  • 4 Responses to “The West’s Unnecessary Money Woes Continue”

    1. Olde_Dutch Says:

      It’s highly unusal for a respected international financial player like the Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) to make such a dismal forecast for the S&P 500. It just isn’t done!

      I’m not a perma bear, a goldbug, or a survivalist, but it is obvious that the stock market is headed down, and the RBS is being honest & prudent.

      Does anyone know, if that nut Jim Kramer is a jew? Kramer with his TV pulpit is responsible for making this crisis deeper than it should have been, by pushing for massive Fed intervention & rule breaking.

    2. Olde Douche Sucks Says:

      Speaking of quasi-jews……

    3. Z.O.G. Says:

      Yes, Jim Cramer is a Jew. I heard him talk about his bar mitzvah one time on his television show.

      The surname “Cramer” is almost always Jewish. The probability that a person with that surname is Jewish increases exponentially if that person works in the financial sector/Wall Street, and the probability increases even more if that person is a quasi-celebrity. Jim Cramer is both.

    4. Socrates Says:

      Carpenter Says: “We have economic turmoil because of banks and investment? I don’t think so.”

      That’s not what it says, and I think you know it. It refers to “Jewish money-magicians,” not simply “banks and investment.”