MAGAnomic Trade Policy Interacting With Financial Systems – Multinational Wall Street vs Main Street U.S.A…

Originally outlined a year ago. Reposted by request, because we are watching it play out in real time: Believe me, at the heart of the professional/political opposition the issue is the money; there are trillions at stake.

President Trump’s MAGAnomic trade and foreign policy agenda is jaw-dropping in scale, scope and consequence. There are multiple simultaneous aspects to each policy objective; they have been outlined for a long time even before the election victory in November ’16.

If you get too far into the weeds the larger picture can be lost. CTH objective is to continue pointing focus toward the larger horizon, and then at specific inflection points to dive into the topic and explain how each moment is connected to the larger strategy.

Today we repost an earlier dive into how MAGAnomic policy interacts with multinational Wall Street, the stock market, the U.S. financial system and perhaps your personal financial value. Again, reference and source material is included at the end of the outline.

If you understand the basic elements behind the new dimension in American economics, you already understand how three decades of DC legislative and regulatory policy was structured to benefit Wall Street and not Main Street. The intentional shift in fiscal policy is what created the distance between two entirely divergent economic engines.

REMEMBER […] there had to be a point where the value of the second economy (Wall Street) surpassed the value of the first economy (Main Street).

Investments, and the bets therein, needed to expand outside of the USA. hence, globalist investing.

However, a second more consequential aspect happened simultaneously. The politicians became more valuable to the Wall Street team than the Main Street team; and Wall Street had deeper pockets because their economy was now larger.

As a consequence Wall Street started funding political candidates and asking for legislation that benefited their interests.

When Main Street was purchasing the legislative influence the outcomes were -generally speaking- beneficial to Main Street, and by direct attachment those outcomes also benefited the average American inside the real economy.

When Wall Street began purchasing the legislative influence, the outcomes therein became beneficial to Wall Street. Those benefits are detached from improving the livelihoods of main street Americans because the benefits are “global”. Global financial interests, multinational investment interests -and corporations therein- became the primary filter through which the DC legislative outcomes were considered.

There is a natural disconnect. (more)

As an outcome of national financial policy blending commercial banking with institutional investment banking something happened on Wall Street that few understand. If we take the time to understand what happened we can understand why the Stock Market grew and what risks exist today as the financial policy is reversed to benefit Main Street.

President Trump and Treasury Secretary Mnuchin have already begun assembling and delivering a new banking system.

Instead of attempting to put Glass-Stegal regulations back into massive banking systems, the Trump administration is creating a parallel financial system of less-regulated small commercial banks, credit unions and traditional lenders who can operate to the benefit of Main Street without the burdensome regulation of the mega-banks and multinationals. This really is one of the more brilliant solutions to work around a uniquely American economic problem.

♦ When U.S. banks were allowed to merge their investment divisions with their commercial banking operations (the removal of Glass Stegal) something changed on Wall Street.

Companies who are evaluated based on their financial results, profits and losses, remained in their traditional role as traded stocks on the U.S. Stock Market and were evaluated accordingly. However, over time investment instruments -which are secondary to actual company results- created a sub-set within Wall Street that detached from actual bottom line company results.

The resulting secondary financial market system was essentially ‘investment markets’. Both ordinary company stocks and the investment market stocks operate on the same stock exchanges. But the underlying valuation is tied to entirely different metrics.

Financial products were developed (as investment instruments) that are essentially wagers or bets on the outcomes of actual companies traded on Wall Street. Those bets/wagers form the hedge markets and are [essentially] people trading on expectations of performance. The “derivatives market” is the ‘betting system’.

♦Ford Motor Company (only chosen as a commonly known entity) has a stock valuation based on their actual company performance in the market of manufacturing and consumer purchasing of their product. However, there can be thousands of financial instruments wagering on the actual outcome of their performance.

There are two initial bets on these outcomes that form the basis for Hedge-fund activity. Bet ‘A’ that Ford hits a profit number, or bet ‘B’ that they don’t. There are financial instruments created to place each wager. [The wagers form the derivatives.] But it doesn’t stop there.

Additionally, more financial products are created that bet on the outcomes of the A/B bets. A secondary financial product might find two sides betting on both A outcome and B outcome.

Party C bets the “A” bet is accurate, and party D bets against the A bet. Party E bets the “B” bet is accurate, and party F bets against the B. If it stopped there we would only have six total participants. But it doesn’t stop there, it goes on and on and on…

The outcome of the bets forms the basis for the tenuous investment markets. The important part to understand is that the investment funds are not necessarily attached to the original company stock, they are now attached to the outcome of bet(s). Hence an inherent disconnect is created.

Subsequently, if the actual stock doesn’t meet it’s expected P-n-L outcome (if the company actually doesn’t do well), and if the financial investment was betting against the outcome, the value of the investment actually goes up. The company performance and the investment bets on the outcome of that performance are two entirely different aspects of the stock market. [Hence two metrics.]

♦Understanding the disconnect between an actual company on the stock market, and the bets for and against that company stock, helps to understand what can happen when fiscal policy is geared toward the underlying company (Main Street MAGAnomics), and not toward the bets therein (Investment Class).

The U.S. stock markets’ overall value can increase with Main Street policy, and yet the investment class can simultaneously decrease in value even though the company(ies) in the stock market is/are doing better. This detachment is critical to understand because the ‘real economy’ is based on the company, the ‘paper economy’ is based on the financial investment instruments betting on the company.

Trillions can be lost in investment instruments, and yet the overall stock market -as valued by company operations/profits- can increase.

Conversely, there are now classes of companies on the U.S. stock exchange that never make a dime in profit, yet the value of the company increases. This dynamic is possible because the financial investment bets are not connected to the bottom line profit. (Examples include Tesla Motors and Amazon and a host of internet stocks.) It is this investment group of companies that stands to lose the most if/when the underlying system of betting on them stops or slows.

Specifically due to most recent U.S. fiscal policy, modern multinational banks, including all of the investment products therein, are more closely attached to this investment system on Wall Street. It stands to reason they are at greater risk of financial losses overall with a shift in fiscal policy.

That financial and economic risk is the basic reason behind Trump and Mnuchin putting a protective, secondary and parallel, banking system in place for Main Street.

Big multinational banks can suffer big losses from their investments, and yet the Main Street economy can continue growing, and have access to capital, uninterrupted.

Bottom Line: U.S. companies who have actual connection to a growing U.S. economy can succeed; based on the advantages of the new economic environment and MAGA policy, specifically in the areas of manufacturing, trade and the ancillary benefactors.

Meanwhile U.S. investment assets (multinational investment portfolios) that are disconnected from the actual results of those benefiting U.S. companies, and as a consequence also disconnected from the U.S. economic expansion, can simultaneously drop in value even though the U.S. economy is thriving.

♦The Modern Third Dimension in American Economics – HERE

♦How Multinationals have Exported U.S. Wealth – HERE

♦The “Fed” Can’t Figure out the New Economics – HERE

The FED Begins to Question the Economic Assumptions – HERE

♦Treasury Secretary Mnuchin begins creating a Parallel Banking System – HERE

♦Proof “America-First” has disconnected Main Street from Wall Street – HERE

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60 Responses to MAGAnomic Trade Policy Interacting With Financial Systems – Multinational Wall Street vs Main Street U.S.A…

  1. 4sure says:

    Speaking of Ford, the ex CEO on one of the business channels at noon was trashing Trump’s policies and blaming his tariffs for Ford’s rising costs and slow sales. I was furious w/his blaming Trump for his company’s greed.

    Liked by 2 people

  2. V.I.G. says:

    Great write up and thanks for dusting off the article.

    If we are honest with ourselves, there will be some short term pain, but the long term benefits are huge from POTUS Trumps plan.

    My fear, who do we get in there after 46. Who will continue with Trumps plan? He is like an evil genius when it comes to some of these plans.

    Liked by 5 people

    • daughnworks247 says:

      I love you VIG but you sound like my Grandma Della, worried about something 6yrs in the future. Rest easy. We know President Trump is probably thinking about the same thing and hey, he invented ‘The Apprentice’. Let’s worry about the midterms first.

      Liked by 7 people

      • V.I.G. says:

        My worry, is how fast the UniParty, Globalists, will go to work putting it back the way it was.
        Nothing wrong, IMO, with vetting those who are on board with Trump at this point and time. This makes getting them in a position to be successful and continue Trumps hard work, just a little bit easier.


        • Look at how many GOPes are throwing in the towel in 2018. We are not really having to do that much……They see the handwriting on the wall from the American people.

          This will happen again in 2020, 2022 & 2024……So I see this Uniparty thingy correcting itself thanks to POTUS.

          I feel good about what I am seeing in the primaries. For example, it was supposed to be close in the gubernatorial primary in the Georgia election…..But no, the Trumps candidate skunks the GOPe candidate:

          Congratulations to Brian Kemp on your very big win in Georgia last night. Wow, 69-30, those are big numbers. Now go win against the open border, crime loving opponent that the Democrats have given you. She is weak on Vets, the Military and the 2nd Amendment. Win!— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) July 25, 2018

          A new age in politics is dawning on the U.S. as we watch Nationalism and Patriotism begin to close the old gap of left vs. right……


    • patsfaninpittsburgh says:

      Kinda like being sore from kicking your opponent in the leg because he kept kneeing you in the groin.


    • mtnforge says:

      “My fear, who do we get in there after 46. Who will continue with Trumps plan? He is like an evil genius when it comes to some of these plans.”

      Good question! Like to throw an outlier in parralel with your excellent observation:
      Worse case scenario, the cabal of deep state/globalists, cause some sort of civil war in order to create order, their one world order that is, out of chaos. Or at the conclusion of Mr. Trumps presidency, 1st or 2nd, these usurpers are waiting to pounce, in order to stop MAGA and rule with an iron fist & jackboot, to secure raw naked power, ending the USofA as we know it.
      We can’t rule out a palace coup or assassination of Trumps presidency, hence the end of us Deplorable’s peaceful color revolution of 11-9-16, and our will of the Governed.

      I believe the answer may lie with ourselves, that we will have to take our withdrawal of consent from the unelected usurpers to the next level. Choose to demand as our primal God given right to retain Mr. Trump beyond the proscribed 2 term limit. After all, he is our president, our will personified in the form of Donald Trump.
      I say this with utmost sincerity and good intent. After all this is POTUS’s #1 job, to protect and defend the best interests of we the people. Not the banksters. Not wall st. Not the varrinean and Swiss bank accounts of the swamp and the unelected Nomenklaturer class running the deep state, nor the globalists. But our interests, rights and liberty.

      So to put it bluntly, it may be that time has come to us where we must shake our rifles in the tyrants faces, as one of the founding fathers stated, begin in wild exuberance discharging our muskets in the direction of those usurpers traitors and crooks.
      That’s all there is too it.

      Because if we be dead nuts honest with each other as Men of The Christian West, there was always this possibility of armed redress as our natural right. That it is our duty. Our legacy to defend. Not any others responsibility.

      If you give it a good think, we aren’t the most heavily and properly armed people on God’s green Earth for empty and frivolous reasons.

      And that’s all there is to it. Plain simple truth.
      Can’t speak for others but Id like to believe and have faith, I’m part of an honorable resistance who will never day die or bend a knee to the bastards. If anything, to say Up Yours!
      MAGA Bitchez!
      America Bitchez!

      Lets Win!

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      • V.I.G. says:

        I dony want Trump for more than 2 terms. I dont think any of us should want that, as it is a perversion of the system.
        I liken it to getting rid of the electoral college, because it doesnt benefit your party.
        I dont want it to come to violence, but violence is always the final answer. Everyone understands violence, some just dont figure it out, until it is too late.


        • Katherine McCoun says:

          His age alone is reason to not want a 3rd term. I would rather pick the president than have a VP become president because of President Trump’s age.

          We have time but we must be ready to fight as the GOPe/Uniparty are still alive, well and Strong. They are fighting him DC but are also implanting a strong farm team in state offices around the country.

          Get involved and be ready! Just the fact that we are all aware that 2024 is coming and are beginning to look around and be ready for the GOPe to try to regain control is a good sign!


      • ThingsWeTakeForGranted says:

        There will be choices. I’m sure PDJT will give us a couple names to consider. Stop worrying.


      • Hun Driver Widow says:

        I received this video earlier today and wanted to share it with those who need some humor after being beat over the head 24/7 by the Liberal MSM. Even if you’ve seen it before, it’s worth a second viewing.

        The Donald as 007×720/nssXMp15pRtNtX15.mp4?tag=2


    • Chgonana539 says:

      Mike Pompeo, Devin Nunez, Ryan Zinke?


    • Carrie2 says:

      V.I.G., as a side note I can remember when the Dow was high at 700. I can assure you that on the day the Dow was 26K, we were elated because when we got our next invoice from the greatest company to invest with showed between his account and mine we had a total of $70K between us and that was a day to celebrate. The investment company we have does no hedge nor prime, just plain old fashioned investing and to date we have never made less than 7% on our accounts. Now past 70 1/2 we have to take a percentage out and the amount is stupendous and life is sweet. All this due to a one man mover, our President Trump. Tickles me when fake news says the Dow is losing so I wanted to remind all when at 700 was considered too high to last and now look where we are!


  3. SD writes, “Believe me, at the heart of the professional/political opposition the issue is the money; there are trillions at stake.”

    Definitely, money is at the heart of it. But I’d caution us not to lose sight of the power and importance of ideas/ideology. Right now, it’s because of ideas that PDJT is attempting to rescue the country from the pseudo-elite globalists who’ve been siphoning from those trillions. It’s not like PDJT is trying to make himself, his family, and his friends billions from the Main Street approach. It’s because PDJT wants to MAGA for the people. He loves this country and its people and he knows HOW to MAGA (he believes in his IDEAS).

    Similarly, Wilbur Ross made billions during the past few decades that coincided with the metastasization of this corrupt globalist/Wall Street feeding frenzy, but he rejects that model because of what it has done to the American middle and working classes.

    On the flip side, there are a lot of leftist academics, activists, dirtballs, etc. that violently push open borders, Cultural Marxism, and other ideas and programs that are either intentionally aligned with the globalist corporatist Wall Street model or are “accidentally” helpful to it while pretending to be vehemently opposed to Wall Street. Very few of those useful idiots are making millions, let alone billions. But they push the ideas harder than most of the corrupt globalists who rake in all the cash.

    Meanwhile. a lot of people on the right, including myself, are just now realizing that some/many of the ideas we pushed in the past ALSO helped to promote the corporatist globalist Wall Street model. I.e., there is plenty of blame to go around, but a lot us who inadvertently hurt the cause in the past didn’t make much money while doing so (my bank and investment accounts can attest).

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    • fleporeblog says:

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  4. daughnworks247 says:

    Thank you for reposting this article, Sundance
    Important for all to understand our realignment and you explain it beautifully.
    If possible, this day of Trump’s Presidency is even better than yesterday. How do you get ‘better’ than establishing the framework for a trillion dollar trade deal?
    Well, this day is personal for all treepers. It goes to our hearts and our pride as Americans. And i feels good to go back to work.

    After leaving Iowa, where he promoted Ivanka’s job training/coop with junior colleges program, which makes so much sense it hurts, President Trump is due to arrive at a newly opened steel plant in Granite City, IL.
    I’m tearing up just thinking about it and he’s not on site yet. To see a factory come back to life, after being shuttered for all of the Obama years, is a glorious thing.
    Have you ever smelled a steel mill? A bakery? A furniture manufacturer? Or washed a man’s blue jeans when he comes home from a long day at ‘the plant’?
    It smells, feels, and tastes like America. And we got it back.

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  5. Doppler says:

    Thanks, Sundance.

    Liked by 1 person

  6. Donna in Oregon says:

    President Trump and his admin are building up the trades to begin our infrastructure repair and reform. During the “service” era of our economy we lost skilled trade craft workers so we need to focus on the existing and upcoming American workforce to begin this huge undertaking.

    Excellent plan. The round table today in Iowa showed the coordinated effort and impact that is coming Nationwide.

    I am so happy for our grandchildren that they won’t be trapped in a “service” economy.

    Liked by 4 people

    • patsfaninpittsburgh says:

      So are you saying an experienced CNC operator creates more wealth than a Corporate VP of Diversity?

      Liked by 2 people

    • ibobland08 says:

      Really I think we lost skilled tradesmen because of cultural reasons. Most middle class parents do not want their children to be tradesmen because they want them to be doctors and lawyers.

      Vocational programs exist in schools that teach schooled trades, many times the schools dump undesirable (drug and behavioral problems) students into these programs making the stigma even worse.

      Lastly society in general teaches that tradesmen are dumb and it’s a job for uneducated morons.

      However, tradesmen have actually been getting paid a lot of money over the past 20 years and there has been a shortage. The job market for carpenters, plumbers, electricians, ect. have been excellent.

      The problem the service economy has brought is it completely destroyed UNSKILLED jobs. Before it was possible for someone with just a high school diploma to get a decent job where they given on the job training. They’d start at (in 2018 dollars) $15 per hour or so and eventually start making $30 per hour after a couple years. Nowadays these folks have to compete with illegal aliens for jobs that pay minimum wage. These are the jobs that should be the focus. The $50 per hour plumber is doing fine, though if they can make more that’s all the better.

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      • mimbler says:

        Well, those middle class parents are fooling themselves putting their kids through college in poly sci or liberal arts departments expecting them to get better jobs than skilled tradespeople get.
        They’re spending a lot of money to create future Starbucks barista’s.


      • jeans2nd says:

        You left out the part where those skilled craftsman spend the rest of their lives attending school to stay current, and sometimes licensed, on the latest and greatest technology.

        Many of these guys spend twenty years of their life attending night school to obtain their Bachelor’s degree. These guys did not have the smarts of PhD Dad, who was a certified genius. But these guys sometimes have just as much schooling, work just as hard, and sure as heck made more money.


  7. Piggy says:

    Good work around on the banks. A new Glass Stegall or similar would have never passed with our current anti-American Uniparty. Bringing life back to local banks will be excellent.

    I’m glad POTUS and crew taking hammers and crowbars to the central planning economic Marxists. Let’s see what happens when we get actual fair trade. Good for everyone. (Except the wannabe commie leaders of the world they get less billions)

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  8. Resistwemuch says:

    I really find this article hard to understand. I will reread till I do understand. My view of the world started years ago on the farm. There was a businessman every 160 acres. Innovation was encouraged, admired and copied. The more successful, expanded by purchasing the less successful. Production increased. Lowering prices, and increasing profits.
    Fast forward 50 years.
    Manufacturing has been sent to China, to be done by the cheapest labor.
    Prices for goods made in China, sold in America are lower. People who work in manufacturing in America have far less jobs. Who benefits from Chinese manufacturing the most?. American Government workers. Their wages rise, and their costs lower. Who suffers the most?. Manufacturing workers, and the industries those displaced workers now compete with for jobs.

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    • patsfaninpittsburgh says:

      An easy way to think about it is in the fact that so many hedge fund managers are billionaires. What did they actually create besides bets? What value did they create?

      Money is not wealth. As a nation, we would be much better off having 90% of the lawyers out digging ditches and repairing asphalt and painting bridges.

      Diversity and sustainability executives can clear asbestos.

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    • TheLastDemocrat says:

      RWM: what if these farmers were encouraged to borrow against expected harvests.
      Every now and then, someone would borrow a bit more than was safe, and every now and then a flood or drought would really put a dent in the harvest.

      Then, an easy way out is: sell the farm.

      A conglomerate buys it, and hires people to run the farm. Now, beyond some salary, the excess yield goes to the owners. Who also own ten, or a hundred, other farms.

      As the farm owner/manager buys more farms, and figures out how to run them as franchises, essentially, the value of his business goes up.

      The value of American business, represented by investors buying pieces of the larger business conglomerates in Wall Street, looks better. And, maybe, overall, we are more efficient at producing wealth.

      In the meantime, you have a bunch of former farmers finding something else to do for a living. Trying to be middle class somewhere. Maybe feeling lucky that the debt of the farm was dodged, or maybe figuring out the poison was in the borrowing. Or, the lure of committing to monoculture, or committing to seed monopoly, or whatever else was “new and improved.”


      • A farm in my county which has been in existence since 1684 is up for sale. Another one down the road a few miles from that one and is about as old has already been sold and either more houses or an apartment building is going up. We are waiting to find out. I am hoping someone buys the farm and keeps it as is but not sure that will happen.

        Franks Dairy Farm which sold a lot of milk in NYC in the 60s and earlier has been cut in half, one half is now a nursing home. The other half the 2 houses have been restored by the current owners. They took down the old diary barn this spring and planted vegetables.


      • Clarioncaller says:

        Farming is a ‘labor of love’ to those who dedicate their lives to fertile soil and bountiful, sustainable harvests. Corporate farming seeks maximum yield BY ANY MEANS NECESSARY.

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  9. Binkser1 says:

    This is no doubt about the money but it’s also about power. Our “betters” want to have as much control over us peons as they can.

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  10. NJF says:

    Thank you Professor of The Treehouse Sundance 😀 I really do pick up something new every time you write about these topics.

    I will give his to my son as he’s very interested in economics and history.

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  11. PaulM says:

    With everything owned and controlled by so few, we are back to the days of, when you get paid all of your income goes back to the “company store” housing, health care, food and cars, all controlled by the elite.

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  12. Rhoda R says:

    One of the things I like about this parallel banking system is that We, the People, are no longer on the hook if some big bank/financial institute goes belly-up. We won’t have to bail them out to ‘save the economy’ any more.


    • Clarioncaller says:

      Huh????? Last time I looked, the central banks are on the verge ‘Bankruptcy’. The century-old Ponzi scheme has reached the point where there are no new ‘suckers’.


  13. NJF says:

    I’m dying watching Charles Payne. They have a panel arguing about POTUS strategy about the Econ & its 4-1 in MAGAs favor.


    • The 1 being a Democrat “strategist” whose incessanty disruptive and disrespectful interruptions belie DEMOCRATS TERRIFIED at TRUMP’s MULTIPLYING SUCCESSES!


      • NJF says:

        Ha ha yes. Charles wanted to smack him. This is why I like the FBN shows (most of them) bc they’re much more likely to stick to facts.
        Which of course works in our favor. 😎

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  14. TPW says:

    Ok so how much of the stock is just pure gambling? I know any investment is a gamble but I am talking about hedge funds….derivatives and the like? Wasn’t it derivatives that caused the mortgage crisis and the resulting implosion? Didn’t we have to bail out those banks? So why is this type of gambling/pretend investment allowed to be intertwined with the economic health of our great country? Forgive me I may have this all wrong but I am truly trying to comprehend this. On top of this catastrophe waiting to happen…..our economic policy is influenced by this casino! Insult to injury….the small businesses that are the backbone of our economy benefit how?Yet are taxed to the hilt and did not receive near the tax breaks that were afforded the” too big to fail”. One thing I have learned for sure…I will not put my hard earned money into this crap shoot.


    • TPW says:

      correction ……how much of the stock MARKET


      • mimbler says:

        IMO, the derivatives in mortgage tranches were out and out fraud abetted by the rating agencies.
        The taxpayers bailed them out, the crooks made money, and none of the real criminals were prosecuted.
        And the MSM had no interest in covering that huge siphoning of tax money into the pockets of the insanely wealthy criminals.


  15. Our economy now has THREE Mega Sectors:
    • Wall Street
    • Main Street
    • Tech Street

    Tech Street is highly viral in both its asset valuations and its insinuation into all elements of our economy, society and government toward Tech Cabal Control.
    • Facebook loses 20% of its Valuation that evaporated $120 Billion in wealth OVERNIGHT.
    • Twitter now SILENCES FREE SPEECH for 50% of all personal interactions AT WILL.
    • Amazon monitors all speech within residences and businesses with Alexa and exercises monopolistic control over multiplying sectors of our economy.
    • Along with Alphabet and Apple, we now have multiple Tech Conglomerates with the POWER of near $1 TRILLION VALUATIONS that dwarf our MILITARY BUDGET in an economy that has “only” $20 TRILLION GDP by comparison.

    They have an ENTANGLEMENT STRATEGY that insidiously parallels that of CHINA.


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  16. Clarioncaller says:

    Not a good day for “Zuck, the Schmuck”.


  17. Not Ideal says:

    Given that this website should be renamed The Conservative SessionsHouse — his defenders are in every thread — surely he is the one who has silently made our economy great again.


  18. Sharpshorts says:

    Thank you Sundance : [If you get too far into the weeds the larger picture can be lost]

    My bottom line take is that a strong Main Street can thrive without massive Wall Street participation but not the opposite. Main Street’s real assets have become weighted down by Wall Street’s “creation” of paper assets…which siphon value from Main Street.

    It has always been about the power of money to control civilization…IMO, the current ‘global’ economy began with the adoption of the Federal Reserve System back in the early 1900’s…The FED was designed by a handful of the world’s most powerful industrialists & financial men of that time (Morgan, Rothschild etc.)…It still serves as the main globalist plan towards obtaining control over free market capitalism via control of the money.

    For an interesting take on the Federal Reserve and our money system, see the book by G. Edward Griffin The Creature from Jekyll Island which describes the who, what and when of the FED.


  19. Russell Johnson says:

    This is the most informative article I have ever read( I read ALOT)This should be taught in school and colleges.Many people need to be imprisoned and their assets seized. This kind of stuff is treasonous and non spiritual. I cant believe so MANY people are against Pres.TRUMP. The banksters. and wall street ppl and all their minions need 40 lbs of 90 weight inserted in them analy.


  20. Sue says:

    Thank you so much for continuing to clear away the haze on the economic front. This is my go-to site every day to be ahead of the game on Trump team’s plan for the economy. Not only that but the simplicity with which you explain it now makes me a resident expert, able to carry on a decent conversation about why the tariffs are a good thing, and how it’s all going to work. All that’s left is how they plan to use the Federal Reserve for the benefit of Main Street until the time that it is logically and naturally abandoned all together.


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