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Re: JPMorgan’s Metals Desk Was a Criminal Enterprise, U.S. Says
« Reply #15 on: October 06, 2019, 11:56:07 AM »
Ya.  Just like importing labor for them to send the money out of the country?  Sure.  We will not get out of national debt unless we can slow down importation and increase exportation.

And the stronger the monopoly on a local economy by corporations the more it suffers.  Just like any household.  Large corporations work on a global scale and push for the cheapest production ( which isn't a bad thing because it does bring about innovation ) but is a bad thing because it transfers that money to other economies that over extends our exports thereby deflating our overall assets to secure our budget.  America is importing more than it is exporting on too many levels.  Foreign aid, illegal immigrants ( I have witnessed this myself ) sending thousands of dollars across the border by the hour, military spending on a worldwide over expansion of our forces, and even unneeded subsidies.

We are bankrupt.  And major corporations that don't export more goods than they import are playing a hand in it.  If they monopolize our economic spending we are allowing the destruction of our ability to sustain a country be defaulting on our debts.  Just like when you are spending more than you make.  Then we go the road of Greece?
Are you paying any attention to what Trump is doing, did you not read the article? Everything you just mentioned is being reversed by Trump.
You seem to be under the illusion that corporations are somehow supposed to do business only in the US, why is that?
NAFTA completely gutted the American business model and made it global, Trump is undoing that as well by killing off NAFTA. I suggest you start actually reading and lose the emotional gloom and doom, it'll eat you alive. You are one person, and you can only effect your world, that's why we elect Representatives to do the work we want, so vote Conservative and make a difference.

Here's an article I wrote years ago, and nothing has changed with the exception of the names.

https://newsblaze.com/thoughts/opinions/will-america-be-safe-with-bunch-of-rino-at-helm_23977/
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Re: JPMorgan’s Metals Desk Was a Criminal Enterprise, U.S. Says
« Reply #16 on: October 06, 2019, 12:09:21 PM »
Exactly!!! Like water, people will always find the path of least resistance when it comes to eking out a living.
I too had plans on my future, but found it easier to turn it over to God and do as instructed, glad I did, my life has been blessed.

An optimist sees his money jar as half full, a pessimist sees it as half empty, while the realist gets a smaller jar and overflows it. Point is, the realist now has money to invest. :biggrin:

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Re: JPMorgan’s Metals Desk Was a Criminal Enterprise, U.S. Says
« Reply #17 on: October 06, 2019, 12:23:43 PM »
Are you paying any attention to what Trump is doing, did you not read the article? Everything you just mentioned is being reversed by Trump.
You seem to be under the illusion that corporations are somehow supposed to do business only in the US, why is that?
NAFTA completely gutted the American business model and made it global, Trump is undoing that as well by killing off NAFTA. I suggest you start actually reading and lose the emotional gloom and doom, it'll eat you alive. You are one person, and you can only effect your world, that's why we elect Representatives to do the work we want, so vote Conservative and make a difference.

Here's an article I wrote years ago, and nothing has changed with the exception of the names.

https://newsblaze.com/thoughts/opinions/will-america-be-safe-with-bunch-of-rino-at-helm_23977/
And know and thats one of the major reasons why I support him.  For years our oversized over staffed government has been failing to enforce laws directed at illegal labor practices and created an environment where business can not thrive.  Not to mention their foreign policies that gutted our ability to objectively negotiate better terms.

I'm proud of the fact that he is reversing a lot of these things.  And he could go farther if congress wasn't sitting on their hands because "impeach 45".  If they even cared about this country they would be on board.  When he's out of office in 2025 though we are right back on the same exact path of folding over.

But after the gutting of our productions of exports, recovering won't be as easy as soy, corn and pork being shipped out to rectify the situation.  The oil is helping for now, but who is to say the middle east won't throw up a middle finger and ramp up productions on a massive level to cut our throats again?  Airplane engines and military only go so far my friend.

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Re: JPMorgan’s Metals Desk Was a Criminal Enterprise, U.S. Says
« Reply #18 on: October 06, 2019, 12:25:51 PM »
Reminds of the meme, " If you think can, you can. If you think can't, your right."
How true that is!!!
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Re: JPMorgan’s Metals Desk Was a Criminal Enterprise, U.S. Says
« Reply #19 on: December 08, 2019, 11:19:51 PM »
Interesting.  But how does a society, a nation deal with big business?  Businesses, corporations so powerful they control a great deal of media today.  And consider 'Citizens United' too, as it has opened the door to money managing the political, economic and social landscape of the world today. But even when the source or the reason for some information to be hidden or lied about is outed, how can the average working Joan know the whys or whether something is ultimately good or bad for them? The world has sure changed since Teddy Roosevelt fought the monopolies of the early twentieth century. When lobbyists and money manages our congress as it  appears to do today, what can you do.  Money talks and it supports more money.  Our congress is often mute because speaking threatens their comfortable position in government. Meanwhile the regulatory structure that keeps us safe disappears. And so it goes...

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