24 September, 2013

Gas Prices and Investment Bank Speculation in Commodities

Posted by Socrates in economics, economy, Henry Ford, investment banking, jewed culture, jewed economics, jewish speculation, Socrates, Wall Street at 5:11 pm | Permanent Link

Here’s a mention of gas prices. They are going down for once! Say, did you know that big investment banks (most of them run by Jews) push up the prices of oil, coal, wheat and other necessary goods by speculating in them? The speculation creates more demand, which increases the prices of the goods. The same thing happens in real estate. (Isn’t it time for America to un-Jew itself?).

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A mention of investment banks speculating in commodities (oil, etc.) [Here].

Henry Ford mentions Jewish speculation: “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.” — Ford, in his book “The International Jew”


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  7. 6 Responses to “Gas Prices and Investment Bank Speculation in Commodities”

    1. Tim McGreen Says:

      Gas should only be around $2.50 a gallon. But thanks to worldwide Jew financial speculation, along with all those unnecessary state and Federal taxes, gas will continue to remain unreasonably expensive. And that, in turn, discourages economic growth, doesn’t it? But I thought the Capitalists liked economic growth.

      You know, America’s mass transit system was much better 100 years ago than it is now. All over my community are the remnants of electric trolley car lines, steamboat ferry landings and secondary railroads. Now all we have are decrepit, clogged-up highways that were designed to handle a 1950s-level of truck and automobile traffic.

    2. fd Says:

      Oil companies have a long history of corruption that goes back to day one. Beginning in the 1980s and ’90s, super oil companies were formed to reduce competition at the pump which led to higher prices. Super mergers: ConocoPhillips, ExxonMobil, ChevronTexaco.

      And what’s with the Jew’d .9 price tag. Example: 305.9

      Tim, I’m going to drop your suggested retail price on gasoline at the pump. How about 2 dollars a gallon. I did it by slashing the heavy taxes on each gallon.

    3. RadicalTraditionalist Says:

      The oil reserves of a country should be completely nationalized by the government, and set at a fixed price. Oil and gas shouldn’t operate under any sort of capitalistic system at all. This earthly resource belongs to the PEOPLE, not to mega-rich oil barons. Hugo Chavez understood how to handle this issue.

    4. CW-2 Says:

      You guys won’t believe this but in the jewK a gallon, (that’s a US gallon), of unleaded sells for $7.80! That is supermarket prices, expect to pay a bit more at an average service station. Almost 90% of that price is taxation, money that is eventally funnelled to displacing whitey.

    5. fd Says:

      I admired Chavez for his stand against the tyrants on the Potomac.

      10 years ago gasoline in Venezuela was about 35 cents a gallon. It might even be cheaper today. Most states like Texas don’t tax food. Gasoline and diesel shouldn’t be taxed either. The real answer is to dissolve the Federal Government.

    6. Z.O.G. Says:

      Who Controls Wall Street? (Part 2)
      http://thezog.info/who-controls-wall-street-part-2/