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SoMuchWinning45 4 points ago +4 / -0

It's fucking the cabal by fucking their money laundering. A "dying brick and mortar" company had its shares skyrocket to almost $500 last year. That's because the hedge funds, brokers and banks failed to short Gamestop into bankruptcy. Why do you think Sears and Toys R Us are gone?

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FlySciFiGuy 1 point ago +2 / -1

Sears failed because it didn’t expand into online retail the way Amazon did. Sears, like many companies, failed to take advantage of the impact of the internet and paid the price. Toys R Us (RIP) failed because it racked up way too much debt, charged a premium for the toys it had (I distinctly remember Legos being more expensive there than anywhere else), and also suffered a bit from online competition.

I agree with you that GameStop was unfairly shorted, and applaud the middle finger that was given to the hedge funds responsible. But every company that fails has unique circumstances behind their fall, and every relevant factor needs to be considered.

If GameStop messes with Deep State money laundering, then more power to them. I guess I just don’t see and will need to dig some more on it.

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horseyPatriot 3 points ago +3 / -0

Amazon and Walmart directly contributed to the downfall of those companies and as they started to struggle, the hedgies moved in for the kill. The black hats needed to take out the Amazon competition.

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unemotioNOLE 3 points ago +4 / -1

have you even looked into bcg and the connection to these companies you listed? hedge fund buy bunch of shares of sears, wants to put their own guys on the board to direct company into failure and will sue to do so. company hires bcg and the stock gets devalued over time. the consultants and board members get paid huge sums of money for failure. why? same play different stores, over and over. until gamestop.

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FuckNewsom 4 points ago +4 / -0

You get it.

Most people talk about Ken Griffin and the other corrupt naked short hedge funds, but few look higher up the pyramid. Jeff Bezos and BCG are at the tip of this spear.

Blockbuster Sears Toys R Us Radio Shack etc… But the game stops with GameStop

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SoMuchWinning45 1 point ago +1 / -0

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