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Where Did The Money Go?

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Where Did The Money Go?
Between the jew bankers, the jews on wall street, the jewish corporations, and the jews on capitol hill, it’s wonder America has lasted this long.

The question on everyone’s mind now is “where did my money go”, and it’s a good question. Trillions of dollars have disappeared from 401k’s, pensions, and all kinds of other investments, but WHERE exactly did that money go?

THIS AP ARTICLE states that the money is just gone! Or in the author’s words:

NEW YORK – Trillions in stock market value — gone. Trillions in retirement savings — gone. A huge chunk of the money you paid for your house, the money you’re saving for college, the money your boss needs to make payroll — gone, gone, gone.

Let me get this straight RIGHT now. That money isn’t “gone”. It’s in someone else’s coffers now. It should be pretty obvious with stories like the AIG executives who scrambled for a handout and at the same time are taking luxury trips to have their nails done like a bunch of little girls, as THIS ARTICLE states.

“Average Americans are suffering economically. They’re losing their jobs, their homes and their health insurance,” House Oversight Committee Chairman Henry Waxman, D-Calif., scolded the company during a lengthy opening statement. “Yet less than one week after the taxpayers rescued AIG, company executives could be found wining and dining at one of the most exclusive resorts in the nation.”

Of course. This is how it’s meant to work. You invest your money into a company, they take your money and collapse the company. CEO’s and executives walk away with millions, and since your money was a “risky investment” you are stuck holding the bag. Screwed, blued, and tattooed.

This next part is really funny if you’re like me and had nothing to lose in the stock market. However, if you’re one of the people who thought investing your money was a good idea, this part isn’t funny, because the author of the first article mentioned above then goes on to tell you that not only is YOUR hard earned money gone, but that it NEVER existed in the first place. This is true because we have a fiat currency, but in the real scheme of things, this is a BLATANT LIE. The author says:

If you’re looking to track down your missing money — figure out who has it now, maybe ask to have it back — you might be disappointed to learn that is was never really money in the first place.

OH! Well that makes it all better right? Not really. That money WAS real for all intents and purposes when YOU PAID IT IN. Then like the magical Svengalli, poof! All of it was not real anymore…it was just an investment. Digits on a screen, and this is true because the executives and CEO’s and their cohorts were living HIGH ON THE HOG with your money.

Your 401k money came right out of your check. You COULD have had cold hard cash every week with your check, but instead you payed it into these accounts thinking you would one day have a retirement. So, at least at one point, the money you paid into the system was real, but it was “invested” and the investment lost money, so you’re out and the house wins. Sounds like Las Vegas to me. The odds are stacked against you, and even though you were up for a minute, now you’re sitting on the curb and the casino won’t let you back in.

I just couldn’t believe the audacity when I opened up yahoo and started looking at the associated press releases for the day. There’s always a gem in there, but today I was ALMOST shocked….almost because I know better.

Judicial Inc has a great little NEW ARTICLE HERE that can help clue you in, among the others I’ve listed before. This is all just a scam, and it’s time for the thieves to take their winnings and move on.

My question is, are you going to let them slap you in the face like this America, or are you going to start swinging them from trees? It’s obvious your representatives aren’t going to help you, they’re helping the thieves. How much more obvious must it get? How would you react if I walked up to you, snatched your wallet, and stood there smiling at you? Think about it.

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