Jewish Speculation: It’s What We Look For In An Economy!
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Right? No? Better not say that to a rabbi. The stock market is said to be “good for the economy” because, for example, businesses can start-up and grow much faster via publicly-traded stock than they could otherwise. But who cares? Why is that a good thing? How fast does the economy need to grow, anyway? Why is our economy linked to a fancy gambling operation full of Jews (and Jewntiles)? .
 “Landlordism may be explained by the inclination of the Jew toward speculation, and we know that real estate has been made one of the most speculative of occupations, disgracefully, almost disastrously so.” — Henry Ford, in his book “The International Jew”