39 Clear Sailing ahead for the US Banks (media.scored.co) posted 86 days ago by HonestTruth 86 days ago by HonestTruth +39 / -0 15 comments share 15 comments share save hide report block hide replies
banks do not have any value
they don't work
they don't produce anything
they are not trustworthy guardians of your assets and value of your labor
Just don’t let the commies lure you into digital currency of any kind. It’s a trap.
I don't think we will have a choice. There will be some controlled dog-and-pony show back and forth on TV. Then, congress will pass some ridiculous resolution making CBDC "legal tender" and then cash money will be gone virtually overnight.
We always have a choice. Just don’t play along and spread the warnings.
It worked in 2020. Those who turned a cheek found new employment and those who didn't resigned themselves to their cucked future. Coercion has a meaning. Being the path of least resilience doesn't = salvation. You may or may have not survived the clot shot. That doesn't change your choice to rely on criminals lack of total control to affect you.
They don’t control me. I can tell you that right now.
i know this is sarcasm but as tin foil hats, we should fucking know the game better than anyone. the fact that I didn't make a bajillion dollars shorting regional banks is embarrassing. we know their game, we know what the swamps. how in the fuck are we not getting together to trade off these shenanigans.
They better not get another bailout. They better go under.
That's probably the whole angle. Just what fat-cat banker fucks need! Billions and billions of dollars. Yay!
We need to be louder about no bailout.
More like free falling
Is this a good time to buy in?
Trump told everyone to buy in when BoA had their covid crash from $35 down to $20. It got up to almost $50 for a moment, but it's been hovering around $30-35 and this week's "crash" takes it back down to $30.
I'm pretty sure almost every time they're making a big deal out of nothing.
Market value is "the price of the last share traded" x "the number of shares".