16 May, 2011

Jewish Speculation: It’s What We Look For In An Economy!, Part III

Posted by Socrates in capitalism, economics, economy, jewed culture, Jewish greed, jewish speculation, oil, Socrates, supercapitalism, Wall Street at 1:01 pm | Permanent Link

Three cheers for laissez-faire, “rule the world from a yacht in the bay” crapitalism! [1]. Have fun paying $4.00 per gallon (maybe $5.00) at the pump…


[1] lyrics by The Who

  • 6 Responses to “Jewish Speculation: It’s What We Look For In An Economy!, Part III”

    1. Tim Says:

      So how bout that Dominique Strauss-Kahn eh? Polansky redux?

      “In an interview with Liberation, a French publication, on April 28, he said he foresaw 3 main challenges ahead for him (the implied thing being, if he ran for President of France).

      “The money, women and my Jewishness.”

      “Finally, about his “judaicity”, he expects that one of his quotes, already viral online, be used against him. According to Jewish Tribune, he had said years ago that “he gets up every morning wondering how (he can) be useful to Israel.” “Stupid,” he now says, “but I hadn’t refuted it at the time”


    2. Tim Says:

      These IMF scum treat women like they treat other people’s countries. Objects to be raped.

    3. abc Says:

      Oil is being very selfishly depleted, even if speculation creates wider moves, prices can only go up and it’s insane to complain about it.
      Also, not only Jews speculate, you would be surprised.

    4. Tim McGreen Says:

      The Jewish press is once again hiding the facts. It’s the Jew speculators who are driving up the cost of petroleum. After the Revolution all stock exchanges will be done away with and the oil companies (along with the banks) will be nationalized. That oil belongs to the People, not to Chevron or Texaco.

    5. John Says:

      Some White countries pay over $7.00 per gallon at the pump.

    6. shabbos s shabazz Says:

      That’z the price one pays for pumping Ethel.