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Collusion between big business and government is not only immoral, it is one of the most profound issues of our time. The bankster sits at the head of said corrupt businesses and is able to gain access to governmental authority through varied financial methods of bribery.
Without the government’s approval, these corporate behemoths would eventually become overextended and fail in the marketplace, as AIG and Lehman did in the 2007-08 debacle. Their bloated carcasses should have fed the next generation of businesses out of which would have come new ideas and better business models. Death is part of the life cycle. Instead a taxpayer bailout was authored, even though 98% of the population was against it. Can you imagine why? It’s like being forced into subsidizing Al Capone because he lost big at a casino one weekend.
In times like these, where even the loudest voices are not loud enough, action must be taken. Gone are the days when a strongly worded letter was sufficient -- it is too late.
Long ago the American Revolution sought to put distance between tyranny and this country. 240 years later, tyranny has caught up. A second revolution is needed. Not one that changes the nation from capitalism to any other ‘ism, there is nothing wrong with the Founding Fathers concept, but one that wipes clean the corruption which has built up over the centuries.
The Bankster Justice coin commemorates the lashing out of an angry mob against the bankster -- their frustration no longer tenable. It is the responsibility of the people to dictate order to the political class. When they can no longer be reasoned with, when they are above indictment, when they are unbeatable in crooked courtrooms, there is only one alternative -- violence. It is the only language those dogs understand.
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