When real big shots are engaged in pyramiding schemes, in the financial markets, this is always a way of ripping off the public. Pyramiding schemes are a method of ripping off the public, in a way which takes in a number of separate legal entities. The trick to ripping off the public, by pyramiding schemes, is to have several parties, involved in behaviour, that would be a clear crime, should only one party be involved with the entirety of it.
Bankers are some of the most financially ignorant people in the world. They are financially ignorant BY DESIGN. Since they work as pack-animals, each playing a part, ripping off the public. But to those who don’t understand how these pyramiding rip-offs work, the idea of clamping down on the behaviour of any one of the parties involved, tends to look like the people doing the CLAMPING-DOWN ……………………………. are Nazi-filth.
In this way, the shallow approach that most libertarians, take to their own alleged belief-system, is a direct threat to the public. Libertarians often tend to wind up being RIP-OFF ENABLERS. Putty in the hands of rip-off merchant filth like Corzine, and his Synagogue side-arm buddies. And these guys are, after-all, wall-to-wall leftist Democrats, for the most part.
Think of the fractional-reserve pyramiding ripoff just for starters. It begins in such an innocent and understandable way does it not? Who could POSSIBLY object right? You have all this silver hanging around, doing nothing, in deep vaults. Supposing the economic conditions are somewhat depressed? Supposing you are the Amsterdam bank? Now you have many clients. You have numerous trusted clients. You have some hyper-trusted clients whom you know to be good people and pillars of the community. It seems such an innocent thing to let some of your most trusted clients overdraw their accounts a little on the QT right? Only a real anti-libertarian would clamp down on such behaviour, when conditions are so contractionary right?
Now if you and me engaged in this small amount of understandable graft, we wouldn’t be greedy about it, and we’d only be doing it to grease the cogs of commerce in what after all is a difficult time. And we would only do it for our most trusted clients. But when big shots do this they are always acting to suck value off the public.
There is nothing wrong with owning a rifle right? There is nothing wrong with loading a rifle right? There is nothing wrong with pointing a rifle right? There is nothing wrong with target practice right? If we split up the tasks in a murder, amongst enough different parties, then we can say that any individual action, is not malevolent, and being libertarians, we could let the slaughter continue right? But the thing about fractional reserve, and other pyramiding ripoffs, is that the sheer size of the loot that can be removed from the public, is so gargantuan, that the pack-animals, lawyers, pharisees, sophists and house-niggers, will coagulate out of the very aether, to provide cover for all parties in the ripoff, severally and in total.
Joseph Cambria (scientist) quoting some article or other, reports as to Ron Paul’s personal financial affairs in the following way:
“According to data available through his 2010 “Form A” financial disclosure statement, filed last May, Rep. Paul’s portfolio is valued between $2.44 million and $5.46 million. (Congressional disclosures are given in ranges, not precise amounts.)
Most members of Congress, like many Americans, hold some real estate, a few bonds or bond mutual funds, some individual stocks and a bundle of stock funds. Give or take a few percentage points, a typical Congressional portfolio might have 10% in cash, 10% in bonds or bond funds, 20% in real estate, and 60% in stocks or stock funds.
But Ron Paul’s portfolio isn’t merely different. It’s shockingly different.
Yes, about 21% of Rep. Paul’s holdings are in real estate and roughly 14% in cash. But he owns no bonds or bond funds and has only 0.1% in stock funds. Furthermore, the stock funds that Rep. Paul does own are all “short,” or make bets against, U.S. stocks. One is a “double inverse” fund that, on a daily basis, goes up twice as much as its stock benchmark goes down.
The remainder of Rep. Paul’s portfolio – fully 64% of his assets – is entirely in gold and silver mining stocks. He owns no Apple, no ExxonMobil, no Procter & Gamble, no General Electric, no Johnson & Johnson, not even a diversified mutual fund that holds a broad basket of stocks. Rep. Paul doesn’t own stock in any major companies at all except big precious-metals stocks like Barrick Gold, Goldcorp and Newmont Mining.
Rep. Paul also owns 23 other miners – many of them smaller, Canadian-based “juniors” whose stocks are highly risky. Ten of these stocks have total market valuations of less than $500 million, a common definition of a “microcap” stock. Mr. Paul has between $100,010 and $326,000 (roughly 5% of his assets) invested in these tiny, extremely volatile stocks.
Rep. Paul appears to be a strict buy-and-hold investor who rarely trades; he has held many of his mining stocks since at least 2002. But, as gold and silver prices have fallen sharply since September, precious-metals equities have also taken a pounding, with many dropping 20% or more. That exposes the risk in making a big bet on one narrow sector.
At our request, William Bernstein, an investment manager at Efficient Portfolio Advisors in Eastford, Conn., reviewed Rep. Paul’s portfolio as set out in the annual disclosure statement. Mr. Bernstein says he has never seen such an extreme bet on economic catastrophe. ”This portfolio is a half-step away from a cellar-full of canned goods and nine-millimeter rounds,” he says.”
Now how is my prior Jibber pertinent to Ron Paul’s portfolio? Well you see BANK-CASH-PYRAMIDING, is not the only big shot scheme to SUCK value from the public. In the last ten years, one of the great crimes of the millennium, has been the vacuuming of value, off the public, by the recourse of BROKER-SHARE-PYRAMIDING. Idiots who mouth slogans, posing as economic theory, about the “efficient capital market” have to be totally ignorant, of the impact, of the massive crime of broker share pyramiding. This is a crime that goes under the other name of “naked short selling”, but the reality is that all short selling is naked short selling in the current circumstance. The various stock markets could electrically tag and differentiate every share, such that we had real-time ownership change, making broker share pyramiding impossible. But they don’t do this, and they won’t do this, and thats because the criminals want to have the capacity to rip off shareholders through watering down the stock.
Now watering down the stock can be tried on, and is used, on all types of shares from time to time. But the big victims are the small-cap companies, who cannot pay dividends or buy-back shares. Those companies with real potential who desperately need capital to grow. The criminal bankers have been shorting them silly. They take real delight in hurting investors who want to bring their reign of thieving to an end. So naturally the broker-share pyramiding attacks concentrate on silver-as-such, and on small-cap gold and silver miners. Yes they hurt every type of startup hungry for capital. They have destroyed innovation and new business development in the economy. That is why there are no “Apple Computers” of the late 2000’s waiting in the wings. That is why a lot of excellent energy related ideas just never get funding, and the small-time technical entrepreneur can never catch a break in this current era, as opposed to the post-Volker upswing, which briefly saw American capitalism working like it ought to.
Ron Paul’s portfolio shows that he is buying deep value. Massively undervalued small-cap gold and silver mining companies, some of which, under his possession, have gotten EVEN MORE UNDERVALUED. This was never about making a killing. Its about going for value, and sticking up for outfits that have been victimised by vermin, useless eaters, hyper-incompetents, and thieves like Jamie Dimon, Lloyd Blankfein, Corzine, Henry Paulson, and others. An honest man like Ron Paul would buy such outfits on first principles, knowing that he has quite enough money if things go well, but that he probably doesn’t have enough money if things go very poorly. For someone in Ron Pauls wealth weight division, its rational to want to be wealthier if things are going really really badly. For someone who has Ron Paul’s values its natural to want to support companies that have been starved of funds, by financial-rapist filth. I know myself, that when I’m buying shares, I want to buy a real real bargain, and offload it when its still a bargain. I want to sell something worthwhile to someone who is buying. One wishes to do the right thing, and invest in a way that is congruent with wealth creation.
So Ron Pauls portfolio is not about trying to make as much money as possible. Its not some Joe Cambria game, where you try to be an expert in the non-economic dance of musical chairs, and you are the best at waiting for that final moment, prior to when the music stops, so you can offload your over-valued trash onto some working stiff who is going to be hurt by his purchase. And then of course you kick him in the nuts still harder by shorting that stock, with shares you no longer own. You follow up selling him an over-valued lemon, by naked-shorting the stocks you just now sold to him. You do this in concert with a lot of other pack-animals. That is the whole secret to how these pack-animals make money. They steal it. They aren’t smart, they are morons. They don’t add value, they destroy value. So when they make money they do so through stealing. But its many-hands stealing. Many-hands being known to make light work.
Now Ron Paul himself, probably hasn’t made a great deal of money from his do-the-right-thing, deep value approach. But you can make money by buying the shares that he owns. This will surely be a winner for you, and you won’t have to wait-it-out as long as Ron Paul has had to wait-it-out. You won’t have to wait as long for our useless and corrupt capital to recognise true value. Remember that Obama and the inflationists are guaranteeing Ron Pauls portfolio. Yes the same criminals have made it the case that he has had to wait way too long for intrinsic value, to become translated into market value. But these assholes can only manipulate things so long . You will surely make more money faster than Ron Paul has, by buying the shares that Ron Paul owns ………
……. But I give this winning advice to you on one condition. You offload these great stocks, while they are still good value, to the people who are going to buy them off you. You try and get greedy you are likely to be bitch-slapped around.