they’re telling us we’ve been in a recovery for five year
people’s standard of living is going down
real incomes are falling
job opportunities are disappearing
50% of Americans are reliant upon the government for their income
¨More and more, Americans are tired, frustrated, anxious, and worried about the state of their country. They are afraid of an increasingly violent and oppressive federal government, and they are worried about the economic insecurity which still grips the nation.¨ – John W. Whitehead (2)
Fleeing a Tsunami by frankie_8 / FreeDigitalPhotos.net
“Months ago, I warned that a tsunami of litigation was going to be coming to Wall Street and Washington.”
“Indeed, the only reason this process hasn’t already reached a fever pitch is because the benefits of not talking for most of those who were in on the corruption still outweigh the consequences of keeping their mouths shut.”
“It’s too early to know, but one thing is for certain, the litigation is beginning to shift from minor players to major players at the core of the Financial Crisis.“Graham Summers,Phoenix Capital Research
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