Archive for the 'subprime loans' Category

23 March, 2022

Posted by Socrates in debt, financial speculation, jewed finance, loans, subprime loans, Wall Street at 2:20 pm | Permanent Link

Land has been a “commodity” for some time: in fact, people have bought and sold land since America was founded. But this “new asset class” on Wall Street takes land into a new era. Do we want foreign billionaires using Wall Street to engage in endless land speculation that will drive the price of land […]

3 April, 2013

Posted by Socrates in 'easy credit', banking, debt, Federal Reserve system, jewed economics, jewed finance, Jewish banking, Jewish money-magic, Jewish Tyranny, nation-building/nation-wrecking, Socrates, subprime loans at 8:52 pm | Permanent Link

Jewish money-magician #1: “We’ll bankrupt America quantitatively!” Jewish money-magician #2: “Yes, and with just enough easement so that you won’t notice that there’s anything wrong until it’s too late!” (In fact, years ago, a top financial expert warned that global bankruptcy is the goal of world Jewry). [Article].

27 October, 2009

Posted by Socrates in 'human rights', AmeriKwa, global government, globalization, international Jewry, jewed culture, jewed finance, Socrates, subprime loans, UN, UN founders at 10:46 am | Permanent Link

The subprime home-loan crisis hit muds especially hard, since they’re financially irresponsible, so the JewN is going to investigate, even though it has no legal authority in the U.S. It’s comedy, without a laugh track: [Article].

3 October, 2008

Posted by Socrates in bankers, banking, Big Finance, Congress, Federal Reserve system, jewed culture, jewed finance, Socrates, stock markets, subprime loans, Wall Street at 6:27 pm | Permanent Link

Gentiles on Main Street will pay out big money for the slippery practices of the mostly-Jewish bankers on Wall Street. Could the “subprime loan” crisis – which caused the Wall Street crash – have happened without “fractional-reserve” banking? No. There wouldn’t have been enough money in the system. Too much money was available. Question: who […]