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ghostclown 1 point ago +1 / -0

lRS can't secretly monitor DS accounts too then, right? Doesn't this cut both ways?

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ghostclown 3 points ago +3 / -0

I agree. I was surprised when I realized Trump wasn't going to be POTUS (at least it appears so) after 2020. But I do see the value in things going the way they did. I expect to be surprised again.

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ghostclown 1 point ago +1 / -0

Half the country didnt notice or care when the election wad rigged for Biden. And that same half of the country wont care if the GOP primary is rigged for desantis. Rigging the GOP primary wont change anything except to further frustrate the MAGAs who are already plenty frustrated. Now, if they rigged the Dem primary for a loathed Biden against a populist contender (RFK Jr?) that would win some new converts to the election integrity side.

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ghostclown 5 points ago +5 / -0

I have a MOASS related theory as to why these companies are apparently destroying themselves. We are at the beginning of the derivative crash. What we could see going forward is an increasing amount of stock prices that go haywire; some losing all their value and even trading negative (like oil futures did on April 20, 2020) while others Short Squeeze (like the Meme Stonks). Maybe these crazy moves are getting started and the DS is throwing up narratives while they still can to explain the madness.

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ghostclown 15 points ago +15 / -0

Yeah. But maybe he's promoting the application of forgiveness because he needs some.

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ghostclown 7 points ago +7 / -0

Questions:

  1. Are your really a cat? Or are you "Not a cat"?
  2. What are the subreddits that are mentioning both Q and memestocks?

Thoughts: I do feel I've noticed tension between banks and SHFs as of late. Dimon called for a pause on shorting. And, as you mentioned, JPM is tied up with Epstein now...so who is it that's putting that idea out there? It seems to be MSM (not trustworthy) and federal law enforcement (also not trustworthy) that are doing that. Also it makes sense that there would be tension between the Fed and the Banks because the CBDC would essentially displace the function of banks like JPM. It would make sense that the Fed would push for a bank crash (which they have been contributing too with the rapid rise in interest rates) and use that to route depositors into CBDC.

My thought has been that they will fight it out and that the banks will win. The reason I think the banks will win is I think their infrastructure will be necessary to transition us to a new financial system (patriots in control). But eventually the banks will diminish as a decentralized banking system becomes the better choice for individuals.

Interesting post, thanks.

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ghostclown 5 points ago +5 / -0

That's an interesting way to look at it. I think my money would be on the banks outlasting the HFs because their infrastructure might be needed to kick start a new financial system. The HFs are just dead weight.

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ghostclown 16 points ago +16 / -0

They are all in it together when they're winning. When they're losing it's every man for himself.

  1. Fed raised interest rates damaging banks
  2. Jamie Dimon is suddenly being publicly connected to Epstein.
  3. FDIC leaks video of them confessing the banks are collapsing.
  4. MSM is building a narrative that the banks are collapsing.
  5. Banks are accusing hedge funds of shorting their stocks down and are calling for a pause in short selling.

I call this the potential beginning of a pattern. They are attacking each other.

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ghostclown 9 points ago +9 / -0

Let's see...if the Fed came out with a CBDC then what would they want the banks around for? The CBDC is the Fed taking over the function that banks now serve. So it's not terribly surprising that the Fed would have something bad to say about the banks right before the roll out of CBDC.

What I want to know is: will the banks fight back? Anyone for a little divide and conquer?

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ghostclown 4 points ago +4 / -0

I would like to see RFK get cheated out of the D nomination. And I would like it to be super obvious so all of his supporters join those who are already calling out for election integrity.

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ghostclown 2 points ago +2 / -0

It could be that some of these woke companies were reliant on DS funding and were about to crash anyway. They like to have a reason for big market moves to feed the normies. Just a possibility.

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ghostclown 15 points ago +15 / -0

True story: The way Ron Paul got treated in 2012 is what woke me up. I was Left leaning but was liking what Paul had to say and noticed how they boxed him out and tried to paint him racist. I noticed and it changed me.

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ghostclown 3 points ago +3 / -0

Fetterman is funny all of a sudden. But it's White Hat humor. Interesting.

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ghostclown 1 point ago +1 / -0

No, this is waking people up. Too obvious. I have a conservative brother who has always rolled his eyes at conspiracy theories. He sees this.

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ghostclown 15 points ago +17 / -2

Is it me or are there a lot of stories about celebrities having some sort of accident that messes up their face? How much do you want to bet this stroke will mess up Fox's face and alter his appearance? Add him to the list with Justin Beiber, Jeremy Renner, Jay Leno, Courtney Cox and more.

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