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Slaps you in the face:

Back in October, we coined the term 'Plutonomy' (The Global Investigator, Plutonomy: Buying Luxury, Explaining Global Imbalances, October 14, 2005). Our thesis is that the rich are the dominant drivers of demand in many economies around the world (the US, UK, Canada and Australia). These economies have seen the rich take an increasing share of income and wealth over the last 20 years, to the extent that the rich now dominate income, wealth and spending in these countries. Asset booms, a rising profit share and favorable treatment by market-friendly governments have allowed the rich to prosper and become a greater share of the economy in plutonomy countries. . . . [T]he lawyers and bankers who intermediate globalization and productivity, the CEOs who lead the charge in converting globalization and technology to increase the profit share of the economy at the expense of labor . . . contribute to plutonomy.
. . . .
[W]e think that global capitalists are going to be getting an even greater share of the wealth pie over the next few years, as capitalists benefit disproportionately from globalization and the productivity boom, at the expense of labor.
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RISKS—WHAT COULD GO WRONG?
. . . . [A] policy error leading to asset deflation, would likely damage plutonomy. Furthermore, the rising wealth gap between the rich and poor will probably at some point lead to a political backlash. . . . At some point it is likely that labor will fight back against the rising profit share of the rich and there will be a political backlash against the rising wealth of the rich. This could be felt through higher taxation (on the rich or indirectly though [sic] higher corporate taxes/regulation) or through trying to protect indigenous laborers, in a push-back on globalization—either anti-immigration, or protectionism.

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These have been removed many times since being on the net...
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Great find OP.

And thanks for the PDF links as well.

I did see that they were removed from the first site.

For well over a year now I have made it a point to download every file, webpage (archival save), video, audio, text, picture...... everything.

Stuff disappears fasts. You can count on it being there in a few hours, let alone a few weeks or months.

Censorship is being practiced heavily and it is becoming more and more prevalent with each passing day.

I saved the .pdf's for later


Which reminds me, I need to back up my hard drive again.
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Great find OP.

And thanks for the PDF links as well.

I did see that they were removed from the first site.

For well over a year now I have made it a point to download every file, webpage (archival save), video, audio, text, picture...... everything.

Stuff disappears fasts. You can count on it being there in a few hours, let alone a few weeks or months.

Censorship is being practiced heavily and it is becoming more and more prevalent with each passing day.

I saved the .pdf's for later


Which reminds me, I need to back up my hard drive again.
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No problem, citigroup is the cause of many of the economic and political issue in the country.
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Great find OP.

And thanks for the PDF links as well.

I did see that they were removed from the first site.

For well over a year now I have made it a point to download every file, webpage (archival save), video, audio, text, picture...... everything.

Stuff disappears fasts. You can count on it being there in a few hours, let alone a few weeks or months.

Censorship is being practiced heavily and it is becoming more and more prevalent with each passing day.

I saved the .pdf's for later


Which reminds me, I need to back up my hard drive again.
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They have teams out there scouring for articles and items that shed light on the corrupt practices. They are probably burying more articles than releasing.
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Excellent find, OP!!!

Explains everything-- from the way the Plutocrats treat the rest of us, to the fact that the Income Gap is a manufactured feature, and not a bug.

These Banksters need to be moved into VERY SMALL, subterranean apartments as soon as possible.

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Give us the short version of this article
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It is about how everything is fixed by the elite to keep them richer..
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Give us the short version of this article
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Give us the short version of this article
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It is about how everything is fixed by the elite to keep them richer..
 Quoting: LookingAround


Yes. These are Financial Strategies Memos to high-level clients of CitiGroup. They speak openly of ways to WIDEN the Income Gap between Them and us (down here-- who don't matter at all). They discuss readily how to make money off of Global and Regional crises...

These plans and CitiGroup's BIG Money Funds went into effect around 2005-6, and it's easy to see, now, that they are working like crazy to keep their fantasy world alive for their profit. THIS is just one tiny pathway to the Elite's motivations. For every one of these CitGroup "Plutonomy funds," there are dozens more like it across the Globe. Names like Carlyle Group and the Bilderburg Group are the Old Money in that league.

Some quick quotes from the Intro of Part 1:

"1) [T]he world is dividing into two blocs - the Plutonomies, where economic growth is powered by and largely consumed by the wealthy few, and the rest. Plutonomies have occurred before in sixteenth century Spain, in seventeenth century Holland, the Gilded Age and the Roaring Twenties in the U.S.

What are the common drivers of Plutonomy?
Disruptive technology-driven productivity gains, creative financial innovation, capitalist-friendly cooperative governments, an international dimension of immigrants and
overseas conquests invigorating wealth creation, the rule of law, and patenting inventions. Often these wealth waves involve great complexity, exploited best by the rich and educated of the time.

2) We project that the Plutonomies (the U.S., UK, and Canada) will likely see even more income inequality, disproportionately feeding off a further rise in the profit share in their economies, capitalist-friendly governments, more technology-driven productivity, and globalization.
3) Most “Global Imbalances” (high current account deficits and low savings rates, high consumer debt levels in the Anglo-Saxon world, etc) that continue to (unprofitably) preoccupy the world’s intelligentsia look a lot less threatening when examined through the prism of plutonomy. The risk premium on equities that might derive from the dyspeptic “global imbalance” school is unwarranted - the earth is not going to be shaken off its axis, and sucked into the cosmos by these “imbalances”. The earth is being held up by the muscular arms of its entrepreneur-plutocrats, like it, or not."


Both reports go on an on about how keeping us, down here, DOWN and OUT, is great for their profit. There's even money to be made from Global Unrest... WIN!!!

Remember-- When they say, "The American Labor Pool needs to be more competitive in the Global Market," what they really mean is they want to be able to pay and treat an American Worker the same as a Worker in Vietnam or Haiti. And no, they don't want to give Haitian or Vietnamese Workers raises, paid sick leave or a 40-hour work week.

It's their blithe, clinical, and cynical view of the other 95% of Humanity that galls me to no end.

But the issue is not this somewhat new concept of "Plutonomy," but the older, time-honored problem of the Plutocracy at hand. With a burgeoning, if struggling, "Plutonomy" for them, of them, and by them, one might think that the Fascists have won, but one would be wrong.

They're bound to lose. The very "Golden Times" they cite-- 17th Century Holland, to the "Roaring 1920's" in America each ended up to be based on critical flaws, and were followed by enormous collapses.

But, this is a crowd that has no fear of that collapse. They believe they are placed well-enough to weather it all in the lee of OUR huddled backs. And THAT is the critical flaw of this Plutocratic Evolution.

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Give us the short version of this article
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Give us the short version of this article
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It is about how everything is fixed by the elite to keep them richer..
 Quoting: LookingAround


Yes. These are Financial Strategies Memos to high-level clients of CitiGroup. They speak openly of ways to WIDEN the Income Gap between Them and us (down here-- who don't matter at all). They discuss readily how to make money off of Global and Regional crises...

These plans and CitiGroup's BIG Money Funds went into effect around 2005-6, and it's easy to see, now, that they are working like crazy to keep their fantasy world alive for their profit. THIS is just one tiny pathway to the Elite's motivations. For every one of these CitGroup "Plutonomy funds," there are dozens more like it across the Globe. Names like Carlyle Group and the Bilderburg Group are the Old Money in that league.

Some quick quotes from the Intro of Part 1:

"1) [T]he world is dividing into two blocs - the Plutonomies, where economic growth is powered by and largely consumed by the wealthy few, and the rest. Plutonomies have occurred before in sixteenth century Spain, in seventeenth century Holland, the Gilded Age and the Roaring Twenties in the U.S.

What are the common drivers of Plutonomy?
Disruptive technology-driven productivity gains, creative financial innovation, capitalist-friendly cooperative governments, an international dimension of immigrants and
overseas conquests invigorating wealth creation, the rule of law, and patenting inventions. Often these wealth waves involve great complexity, exploited best by the rich and educated of the time.

2) We project that the Plutonomies (the U.S., UK, and Canada) will likely see even more income inequality, disproportionately feeding off a further rise in the profit share in their economies, capitalist-friendly governments, more technology-driven productivity, and globalization.
3) Most “Global Imbalances” (high current account deficits and low savings rates, high consumer debt levels in the Anglo-Saxon world, etc) that continue to (unprofitably) preoccupy the world’s intelligentsia look a lot less threatening when examined through the prism of plutonomy. The risk premium on equities that might derive from the dyspeptic “global imbalance” school is unwarranted - the earth is not going to be shaken off its axis, and sucked into the cosmos by these “imbalances”. The earth is being held up by the muscular arms of its entrepreneur-plutocrats, like it, or not."


Both reports go on an on about how keeping us, down here, DOWN and OUT, is great for their profit. There's even money to be made from Global Unrest... WIN!!!

Remember-- When they say, "The American Labor Pool needs to be more competitive in the Global Market," what they really mean is they want to be able to pay and treat an American Worker the same as a Worker in Vietnam or Haiti. And no, they don't want to give Haitian or Vietnamese Workers raises, paid sick leave or a 40-hour work week.

It's their blithe, clinical, and cynical view of the other 95% of Humanity that galls me to no end.

But the issue is not this somewhat new concept of "Plutonomy," but the older, time-honored problem of the Plutocracy at hand. With a burgeoning, if struggling, "Plutonomy" for them, of them, and by them, one might think that the Fascists have won, but one would be wrong.

They're bound to lose. The very "Golden Times" they cite-- 17th Century Holland, to the "Roaring 1920's" in America each ended up to be based on critical flaws, and were followed by enormous collapses.

But, this is a crowd that has no fear of that collapse. They believe they are placed well-enough to weather it all in the lee of OUR huddled backs. And THAT is the critical flaw of this Plutocratic Evolution.
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Nice synopsis.
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Ann Rand economics.

It's the driving philosophical force behind wall street.
Greenspan was at her funeral in the 80's. Brought a giant flower arrangement snapped like a dollar bill symbol and propped it up next to her casket. No lie.

All philosophies work for a time then become unbalanced and fracture. That's where we are now. The fracture breaking point.

We must rediscover neutrality and balance once again....if it's even possible.
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Ann Rand economics.

It's the driving philosophical force behind wall street.
Greenspan was at her funeral in the 80's. Brought a giant flower arrangement snapped like a dollar bill symbol and propped it up next to her casket. No lie.

All philosophies work for a time then become unbalanced and fracture. That's where we are now. The fracture breaking point.

We must rediscover neutrality and balance once again....if it's even possible.
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Good point.
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And there is this article:

Rolling Back the Progressive Era
How Bankers are using the Debt Crisis to welcome in the Financial Road to Serfdom

[link to www.zerohedge.com]

(snip)
Financial strategists do not intend to let today’s debt crisis go to waste. Foreclosure time has arrived. That means revolution – or more accurately, a counter-revolution to roll back the 20th century’s gains made by social democracy: pensions and social security, public health care and other infrastructure providing essential services at subsidized prices or for free. The basic model follows the former Soviet Union’s post-1991 neoliberal reforms: privatization of public enterprises, a high flat tax on labor but only nominal taxes on real estate and finance, and deregulation of the economy’s prices, working conditions and credit terms.

What is to be reversed is the “modern” agenda. The aim a century ago was to mobilize the Industrial Revolution’s soaring productivity and technology to raise living standards and use progressive taxation, public regulation, central banking and financial reform to distribute wealth fairly and make societies more equal. Today’s financial aim is the opposite: to concentrate wealth at the top of the economic pyramid and lower labor’s returns. High finance loves low wages.

The political lever to achieve this program is financial. The European Union (EU) constitution prevents central banks from financing government deficits, leaving this role to commercial banks, paying interest to them for creating credit that central banks monetize for governments in Britain and the United States. Governments are to go into debt to bail out banks for loans gone bad – as do more and more loans as finance impoverishes the economy, stifling its ability to pay. Yet as long as we live in democracies, voters must agree to pay. Governments are sovereign and debt is ultimately a creature of the law and courts.

But first, voters need to understand what is happening. From the bankers’ perspective, the economic surplus is what they themselves end up with. Rising consumption standards and even public investment in infrastructure are seen as deadweight. Bankers and bondholders aim to increase the surplus not so much by tangible capital investment increasing the overall surplus, but by more predatory means, headed by rolling back labor’s gains and stiffening working conditions while gaining public subsidy. Banks “create wealth” by providing more credit (that is, debt leverage) to bid up asset prices for real estate and enterprises already in place – assets that either are being foreclosed on or sold off under debt pressure by private owners or governments. One commentator recently characterized the latter strategy of privatization as “tantamount to selling the family silver only to have to rent it back in order to eat dinner.”[1]

Fought in the name of free markets, this counter-revolution rejects the classical ideal of markets free of unearned income paid to special interests. The financial objective is to squeeze out a surplus by maximizing the margin of prices over costs. Opposing government enterprise and infrastructure as the road to serfdom, high finance is seeking to turn public infrastructure into rent-extracting tollbooths to extract economic rent (the “free lunch economy”), while replacing labor unions with non-union labor so as to work it more intensively.
(end snip)


It is past time for us to fight back.
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. . . .
[W]e think that global capitalists are going to be getting an even greater share of the wealth pie over the next few years, as capitalists benefit disproportionately from globalization and the productivity boom, at the expense of labor.
. . . .

 Quoting: LookingAround


Ok, now if this doesn't give anyone enough reason to take their money out of the bank and resist this evil then I do not know what will. Pure evil. Must be stopped now.
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And there is this article:

Rolling Back the Progressive Era
How Bankers are using the Debt Crisis to welcome in the Financial Road to Serfdom

[link to www.zerohedge.com]

(snip)
Financial strategists do not intend to let today’s debt crisis go to waste. Foreclosure time has arrived. That means revolution – or more accurately, a counter-revolution to roll back the 20th century’s gains made by social democracy: pensions and social security, public health care and other infrastructure providing essential services at subsidized prices or for free. The basic model follows the former Soviet Union’s post-1991 neoliberal reforms: privatization of public enterprises, a high flat tax on labor but only nominal taxes on real estate and finance, and deregulation of the economy’s prices, working conditions and credit terms.

What is to be reversed is the “modern” agenda. The aim a century ago was to mobilize the Industrial Revolution’s soaring productivity and technology to raise living standards and use progressive taxation, public regulation, central banking and financial reform to distribute wealth fairly and make societies more equal. Today’s financial aim is the opposite: to concentrate wealth at the top of the economic pyramid and lower labor’s returns. High finance loves low wages.

The political lever to achieve this program is financial. The European Union (EU) constitution prevents central banks from financing government deficits, leaving this role to commercial banks, paying interest to them for creating credit that central banks monetize for governments in Britain and the United States. Governments are to go into debt to bail out banks for loans gone bad – as do more and more loans as finance impoverishes the economy, stifling its ability to pay. Yet as long as we live in democracies, voters must agree to pay. Governments are sovereign and debt is ultimately a creature of the law and courts.

But first, voters need to understand what is happening. From the bankers’ perspective, the economic surplus is what they themselves end up with. Rising consumption standards and even public investment in infrastructure are seen as deadweight. Bankers and bondholders aim to increase the surplus not so much by tangible capital investment increasing the overall surplus, but by more predatory means, headed by rolling back labor’s gains and stiffening working conditions while gaining public subsidy. Banks “create wealth” by providing more credit (that is, debt leverage) to bid up asset prices for real estate and enterprises already in place – assets that either are being foreclosed on or sold off under debt pressure by private owners or governments. One commentator recently characterized the latter strategy of privatization as “tantamount to selling the family silver only to have to rent it back in order to eat dinner.”[1]

Fought in the name of free markets, this counter-revolution rejects the classical ideal of markets free of unearned income paid to special interests. The financial objective is to squeeze out a surplus by maximizing the margin of prices over costs. Opposing government enterprise and infrastructure as the road to serfdom, high finance is seeking to turn public infrastructure into rent-extracting tollbooths to extract economic rent (the “free lunch economy”), while replacing labor unions with non-union labor so as to work it more intensively.
(end snip)


It is past time for us to fight back.
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VERY NICE
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The links has been taken down by Citi's Legal thugs, Any ideas on where we can hang these out of their reach?

From the scribd site:
"This content was removed at the request of Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton LLP"

The goons and shills are out there.
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The links has been taken down by Citi's Legal thugs, Any ideas on where we can hang these out of their reach?

From the scribd site:
"This content was removed at the request of Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton LLP"

The goons and shills are out there.
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Maybe GLP has a repository for documents.
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Not sure I get the point of this post. Citi isn't saying anything in those memos that isn't true.
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PDF's

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These have been removed many times since being on the net...
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Here's a link that works, I just tried it:

[link to www.google.com]

I cheated a bit here. I fear the link will get me banned, so I posted it as a Google search. If everything works the way I think it does, you will be able to click my link, and then copy the web address from the search bar.
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Reminder bump

This is what GLP was talking about long before the 1% crowd was yelling. Documents are harder to find Citi doesn't like that they are published.
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Nazi bank.
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CitiGroup and their globalist schemes.
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