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To Anonymous: ***** Why We're Protesting-- The CitiGroup Plutonomy Memos *****

 
Monkeyfister
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To Anonymous: ***** Why We're Protesting-- The CitiGroup Plutonomy Memos *****
Read them, and SMELL the contempt for us down here in the 99%.

Here is Part 1: [link to www.box.net]

Here is Part 2: [link to maximinlaw.files.wordpress.com]

Read them, and you will see they have no use for us, down here, in the 98%. Their contempt for us is palpable. They are ACTIVELY investing AGAINST us. They are MAKING International events occur at their pace, and to their own benefit, at OUR expense of blood and treasure.

Download them. Save them. Repost them. Make them VIRAL.

Last Edited by Monkeyfister on 10/02/2011 09:35 PM
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bump
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ANON99
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Howdy MF....

bump
I'm just a figment of your imagination ;-)
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hmmm
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The Voice In My Head makes me feel good about getting these memos where they need to be.

RallyDamned

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What are they? How about cut/paste some of the juicy points?

No way am I downloading those...
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Bastards! D:<
“Saying one government is better than another government because one only killed 10 million, as opposed to 100 million is absolute insanity.” - Shingen.

"You can't live in a happy and carefree world and have freedom while you are trying to impose your will onto others." - Anonymous Coward.
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How about cut/paste some of the juicy points?
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^
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Read them, and SMELL the contempt for us down here in the 99%.

Here is Part 1: [link to www.box.net]

Here is Part 2: [link to maximinlaw.files.wordpress.com]

Read them, and you will see they have no use for us, down here, in the 98%. Their contempt for us is palpable. They are ACTIVELY investing AGAINST us. They are MAKING International events occur at their pace, and to their own benefit, at OUR expense of blood and treasure.

Download them. Save them. Repost them. Make them VIRAL.
 Quoting: Monkeyfister


part 2

summary
&#10148; The latest Survey of Consumer Finances, for 2004, has been released by the
Federal Reserve. It shows the rich continue to account for a disproportionately
large share of income and wealth in the US economy: the richest 10% of
Americans account for 43% of income, and 57% of net worth. The net worth to
income ratio for the richest 10% of Americans increased from 7.4x in 2001, to
8.4x in the 2004 survey. The rich are in great shape, financially.
&#10148; We think this income and wealth inequality (plutonomy) helps explain many of
the conundrums that vex equity investors, such as why high oil prices haven't
seriously dented growth, or why "global imbalances" are growing along with
the equity bull market. Implication 1:Worry less about these conundrums.
&#10148; We think the rich are likely to get even wealthier in the coming years.
Implication 2: we like companies that sell to or service the rich - luxury goods,
private banks etc. Favored names include LVMH and Richemont.
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Worry not my fellow forum friends since the harvest is nigh. The righteous and the wicked shall take separate paths.
wait.....what?

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Read them, and SMELL the contempt for us down here in the 99%.

Here is Part 1: [link to www.box.net]

Here is Part 2: [link to maximinlaw.files.wordpress.com]

Read them, and you will see they have no use for us, down here, in the 98%. Their contempt for us is palpable. They are ACTIVELY investing AGAINST us. They are MAKING International events occur at their pace, and to their own benefit, at OUR expense of blood and treasure.

Download them. Save them. Repost them. Make them VIRAL.
 Quoting: Monkeyfister


fflower for the info and link! VERY telling!
Oh....be careful little eyes what you see
Oh....be careful little eyes what you see
For the father up above
Is looking down in love
Oh....be careful little eyes what you see
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wow, they actually call themselves the rich, you werent kidding whenever you mentioned smelling the contempt for us they feel. this is sickening.
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Worry not my fellow forum friends since the harvest is nigh. The righteous and the wicked shall take separate paths.
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thats what the church was telling the peasants for the last 2000 years
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I awoke today much like any other. The alarm, the slight ache nagging in my back, the random ray of light sneaking through the curtain. Today was just like the last and a precursor to tomorrow. Every day was exactly the same. Wake up, coffee, cigarette, get ready, off to work. Spend all day at work dealing with bullshit I could care less about, simply to make a few bucks. Go home, eat, two hours of MY time, bed. Rinse, repeat.

And this is how today was different. Because today...it hit me. Today I recognized this system for what it is. BULLSHIT. Today I identified within myself what life should be, rather than what is simply accepted. But why? Why do so many people become so completely dismissive of that tiny little itch deep within their soul that calls out to them, trying to remind them what this life could be...or perhaps I should further emphasize my belief by saying what this life should be.

Are we really here to be born into this world, raised as a child and molded into conformity? Taught what it is to be "normal", how to think, what to say, how to live? We begin our young lives with constant indoctrination under the guise of education only to grow up with higher expectations from all the garbage society shoves into our minds. Our obsession with idols, entertainment and celebrities has us chasing unattainable wealth and fame until we finally realize that reality is knocking on our door and it's time to put the suit on and get that dream job everyone always talks about. And why not? Maybe get a nice house in the suburbs, nice car, enough money to live comfortably numb to the world around us. Maybe a nice little dog would do too? Yes I think so. Sony has a new big screen? Why yes, I must have that. Right after I get the iPhone 15! We grow up being told who to be. We become that person and we are told what to buy, what to wear and how to be happy. And if you can't, there's drugs to help. Then we get old, maybe buy a home in Florida and we die. Is this what we are here for? To be shaped into molds, taught to consume until the day we're put in the ground?

My mind raced...conformity, corruption, apathy, acceptance, oppression, violations of human-rights. Millions of people suffering, starving, struggling. Why? Why does this have to happen? And how is this acceptable? Corporate big-wigs are living the high life while they rape the land we all share and steal our way of life. Our cultures are polluted by their preachings of capitalism and consumerism. Do we really even know ourselves anymore? Do you like what you see within yourself? Are you happy with the life you have, the struggle of your daily life and the lives of others around you? Can you honestly justify that simply because things are going well for you at this present time, nothing needs to be done to change this world to end the suffering and struggle of millions? Where has our compassion gone? Where is our passion for life?

Fact: Almost half of the world - over three billion people - live on less than $2.50 a day. THREE BILLION PEOPLE! At least 80% of humanity lives on less than $10 a day and live in countries where income differentials are widening. 22,000 children die each day due to poverty and 1 billion live in poverty. That's one out of 2 children in the world.

Fact: The world military expenditure in 2010 is estimated to have reached $1.62 trillion in US dollars, representing a 50% increase since 2001. This corresponds to 2.6 percent of world GDP, or approximately $236 for each person in the entire world. The United States with it's massive spending budget, is the principal determinant of the current world trend and now at 43% of the world total, accounts for just under half the military expenditures of the entire world.

Fact: The National Police Misconduct Statistics and Reporting Project (NPMSRP) was started in March of 2009 as a method of recording and analyzing police misconduct in the United States through the utilization of news media reports to generate statistical and trending information. In general, from April 2009 to June 2010 there were 5,986 reports of misconduct that have been recorded. 382 Fatalities were linked to misconduct. Nearly $350 billion had been spent in related settlements and judgements. 23% of the reports for 2010 at the time of presentation were due to excessive force. 10.6% were linked to sexual misconduct. And recently in Dayton, Ohio a mentally handicapped boy was beaten, tazed and arrested by Dayton Police.

The lists of injustices and corruption in the world go on and on. And now I ask again - how have we come to accept this? Simply because that is the way it is? If we as humans truly have souls, reason, logic and compassion then I say that accepting the unacceptably unjust is less than acceptable.

Was this a sudden epiphany that burst in my brain, spontaneously igniting receptors and allowing my thought process to comprehend these matters specifically on this day? No, today is different because beginning on this day, I can no longer except this insanity simply because "that's the way it is". Today I can see the system before me, it's gears turning, surrounding us from every angle as the machine swallows us whole. Today I brought my wrench. Today...my heart and soul ignited with the ideas that make me Anonymous. And on this day, we must set the record straight.

Still an individual, I am also many. I am you and you are me. We are one within our cause. Anonymous is not a group, nor is it a membership. Anonymous is merely an idea. The idea of true freedom, a world free of corruption, oppression and tyranny where we can live our lives as we sit fit and truly be ourselves and be accepted for it. An idea that seeks to defend such freedoms and pursue the proper course in the better interest of the people of this planet, rather than cater to the bank accounts of a small percentage of wealthy elite and crooked politicians and government officials. In sharing these ideas and principals, we are all Anonymous.

We are not who we have been portrayed to be. While some who associate themselves as Anonymous may make the personal decision to attack targets through hacking and exploits, being Anonymous does not make you a hacker, nor does it mean that you are a criminal. Being Anonymous simply means that one shares the values and principals of freedom, the defense of it and the pursuit for it. We are ordinary people, concerned with the state of this world. We are your neighbors, your friends, your family. We are your mailmen, store clerks, business professionals, veterans and military personnel. And united as this one idea we call Anonymous, we desire a change. A change that is for once in the better interest of the people of this world. Through this desire, we have devised what we so simply yet eloquently call "The Plan."

"The Plan" consists of three phases occurring over the course of the next year and will continue from there-on. Since the launch on June 15th 2011, we have grown to over 50,000 members strong. Our actions and passion for our cause speak volumes for the sincere and pure motives of our movement. What do we desire? A more promising way of life, free of the constraints society has laid upon us. Free of the division. A world with more transparent governments that work for the people, instead of against them. Where peace officers are serving the people once again rather than the establishment. A world where we can evolve as a world community, end these senseless wars and settle our differences with nothing more than true diplomacy. We wish to have less corporate influence in our countries and in our daily lives. We want to see the return of main street, and the gradual containment of wall street. And most certainly, we desire the ability to control our own economy by removing the powers that have been granted to the world banks and ridding the world of their fiat currencies. To sum the many ideas we share into one statement: We desire a world that works together as human beings in the best interest of the people, decided by the people rather than a world divided by race and nationality that functions solely for wealth and conquest.

The phases of "The Plan" are broken down ever so simply, and yet complex in their entirety.

Phase One: Assemble. Spread the message and begin educating yourself further on the corruption that takes place within our communities and our world as a whole. Share information and assist each other in developing new ideas for our own lives and our communities to improve the current condition.

Phase Two: Organize. Continue spreading the message and education. Begin reaching out into your own community and building the unity and bond to strengthen the cause in your local areas. Learn what you can do to help others around you. Learn compassion and caring for others and ways you can improve the lives of others. Begin planning ways to address the important issues that stand between our communities and a better way of life.

Phase Three: Mobilize. Our efforts come full circle and we begin to share our dissatisfaction in organized, mass-unison with those who control the current structure of the system. Mass protests, boycotts and other peaceful means of non-compliance will be used to set the message straight that we will no longer participate and tolerate this system of servitude.

Our unity will be our stronghold. Our respect and understanding for personal differences will be our foundation. Our cause will be our offensive and our dedication, intelligence and philosophy will be our defense. Change is coming, and we can for once look forward to this change.
United as one. Divided by zero. We are Anonymous. Expect us.

[link to www.whatis-theplan.org]
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for all their talk of how smart they are, the first article I skimmed was written in 2006, and is optimistic on the equities market, so as smart as they think they are, surely a great many of them, too, got burned.

curious, however, that they were already noting the potential collapse of the $US, prior to the 2008 meltdown ... ???
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Read them, and SMELL the contempt for us down here in the 99%.

Here is Part 1: [link to www.box.net]

Here is Part 2: [link to maximinlaw.files.wordpress.com]

Read them, and you will see they have no use for us, down here, in the 98%. Their contempt for us is palpable. They are ACTIVELY investing AGAINST us. They are MAKING International events occur at their pace, and to their own benefit, at OUR expense of blood and treasure.

Download them. Save them. Repost them. Make them VIRAL.
 Quoting: Monkeyfister


whatever
Thanks for the 5 year old memo.
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haha, right, make the 2006 memo VIRAL! good call
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haha, right, make the 2006 memo VIRAL! good call
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What makes you think their corporate mindset has changed since 2006?

There is no statute of limitations on Tyranny.
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wow, they actually call themselves the rich, you werent kidding whenever you mentioned smelling the contempt for us they feel. this is sickening.
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Not really, although I'll grant that the bosses make a pretty penny. This was an equity analyst bulletin put out in 2006. (so it's really old news, five years old, and Citi is probably saying something different now.) The equity analysts write these pieces for Citi's clients. The clients are rich. The people who write these are not poor but maybe not rich either.

Basically it's marketing literature. It's intended to appeal to the clients. It's intended to be witty and entertaining for that group of people to read, and to kiss up to them because they are significant clients of the bank.

Interestingly, right around that time the equity analysts (who wrote reports like this) took a big cut in pay and started losing their jobs. This is because banks used to be able to pay them out of investment-banking profits. But that became illegal somewhere around 2006 and so there was no pool of money to pay them from.
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You are right. It's like we're being monkeyfisted!
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Expect us.
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So...we've got a man who follows both Dak Kapital and the Koran in the White House, which is inspiring young brainwashed followers of people like Che Guevara into the streets to destroy Capitalism. And so...us 99% who are really making the money and working everyday and caring for our families without asking for government help have to stop what we are doing and go fight these a**holes so we can save our country. Thanks, I really needed one more battle in my life.
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So...we've got a man who follows both Dak Kapital and the Koran in the White House, which is inspiring young brainwashed followers of people like Che Guevara into the streets to destroy Capitalism. And so...us 99% who are really making the money and working everyday and caring for our families without asking for government help have to stop what we are doing and go fight these a**holes so we can save our country. Thanks, I really needed one more battle in my life.
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Expect more battles in your so-called life.

Spamming threads with the exact same "hardworking average Joe" post IDs you for exactly what you are. LULZ

The shills are battling for control of your mind GLP.

I don't give a shit whether people here support the protesters or not, but for fuck's sake stop being sheep, educate yourself and make up your own mind.
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I can understand protesting. Things aren't right. Our government controls us, and the bankers own us. For awhile they allowed us to play the game with them. We happily played along. Until it was all gone... our homes, our jobs, our future.

So yeah...I can totally understand the protesting. Sometimes I just want to scream! It feels good to release some of that pressure. But that's it... it doesn't change anything.

We are not going to overthrow our country. So what are we doing? What can we really do?
MOnobody
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Read them, and SMELL the contempt for us down here in the 99%.

Here is Part 1: [link to www.box.net]

Here is Part 2: [link to maximinlaw.files.wordpress.com]

Read them, and you will see they have no use for us, down here, in the 98%. Their contempt for us is palpable. They are ACTIVELY investing AGAINST us. They are MAKING International events occur at their pace, and to their own benefit, at OUR expense of blood and treasure.

Download them. Save them. Repost them. Make them VIRAL.
 Quoting: Monkeyfister


I use to work for Citigroup.... so I can say, for sure, that their interests are in making money and not in welfare of its customers or the U.S. economy. Glad I quit there when I did in early 2008 and glad I wasn't part of their mortgage division.
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I think it is better to go after guys like these two....instead of the financier.

I think we should go for this king of stuff...it is damaging way way far spreading ripples..these are like a plague.




[link to www.bloomberg.com]

Koch Brothers Flout Law With Secret Iran Sales

A Bloomberg Markets investigation has found that Koch Industries -- in addition to being involved in improper payments to win business in Africa, India and the Middle East -- has sold millions of dollars of petrochemical equipment to Iran, a country the U.S. identifies as a sponsor of global terrorism.


And their desires to go forth like man eating munks...on what eats up our way of national life


These are long-standing tenets for the Kochs. In 1980, David Koch ran for vice president on the Libertarian ticket, pledging to abolish Social Security, the Federal Reserve System, welfare, minimum wage laws and federal agencies -- including the Department of Energy, the Federal Bureau of Investigation and the Central Intelligence Agency.


They should seize these guys and all the have...yes yes yes

And the one who reported them should be repaid for her losses for doing her job....
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Koch Brothers

Are the fat rats that feed and fatten the fat cats....while starving and home wrecking us and others for their evil...

Go for the food chain that feeds the fat cats....and get fat off the fat rats..


YES! YES! YES!......and let new business come up where they disappear and leave a void..and let those who fill the void be scrutinized by great scrutiny always...and we will be so much the better of...




Fat rats are our plague
.....they plague into our financiers and government ways by corruption that spills out onto the citizens what ever filth or bombardment they want to puke out on us...even through the Tea Party they creep..


Call in the Pied Pipers
and turn them lose turn loose legions of the Stealth Undercover Pied Pipers....and get these things out from amongst us...yes yes yes!

Get the rats that plague us cleaned out....



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Worry not my fellow forum friends since the harvest is nigh. The righteous and the wicked shall take separate paths.
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cheers my brother. Everything points to an "end" to the dark influence on this planet. I hope I live to see the actual transition. And I hope that it's not a gradual thing, but that it changes in the "blink of an eye".
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I can understand protesting. Things aren't right. Our government controls us, and the bankers own us. For awhile they allowed us to play the game with them. We happily played along. Until it was all gone... our homes, our jobs, our future.

So yeah...I can totally understand the protesting. Sometimes I just want to scream! It feels good to release some of that pressure. But that's it... it doesn't change anything.

We are not going to overthrow our country. So what are we doing? What can we really do?
 Quoting: MOnobody


Per our Declaration of Independence, when OUR government no longer serves The People's rights to life, liberty, pursuit of happiness, etc., we have not only the Right, but the DUTY to "alter or abolish" the current government and form a new one.

The biggest danger now is that the obvious movement toward freedom and lifting of the yoke of oppression by the money changers can be, and is being, subverted by those same darksiders. Case in point is the Occupy Wall Street movement. They know not what they do and what they are asking for. It's a classic case of knowing just enough to be dangerous. My hope is that as this movement develops, those who know the real root of the problems will step forward and be accepted by the protesters. The truth is, every one of those protesters should be screaming for Ron Paul. But they're not. And this only shows how uninformed they really are.

Let's hope that freedom movements will free themselves of manipulation by people like the Kochs, refuse their support and more importantly, their hidden agenda.

I hear GLP's favorite alternative news radio guy is forming groups to converge on Federal Reserve locations in Texas...Austin and possibly San Antonio and Dallas. I believe this starts this evening and continues tomorrow. One would have to tune in to the unmentionable one's program to see the live video from these events.

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