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Tuesday, August 7, 2012

America The PIMPOCRACY!!!

There are some real connections between Wall Street and prostitution. See this, this and this.
Instead of using taxpayer-generated bailout money to help the economy, some banking executives used it for prostitutes and other gratifications.
The “regulators” who are supposed to act as watchdogs play a very similar game.
The Hill reported yesterday that investigators from the Treasury’s Office of the Inspector General found that some of the regulator’s employees surfed erotic websites, hired prostitutes and accepted gifts from bank executives … instead of actually working to help the economy.
Likewise, senior SEC employees spent up to 8 hours a day surfing porn sites instead of cracking down on financial crimes.
The Minerals Management Service – the regulator charged with overseeing BP and other oil companies to ensure that oil spills don’t occur – was riddled with “a culture of substance abuse and promiscuity”, which included “sex with industry contacts”.

Government Exists to “Serve” Banks

The chairman of the House banking committee says the role of Congress and federal regulators is to “serve” financial institutions. Two other powerful congressmen say that banks “own” Congress.
There’s no recovery because the government made it official policy not to prosecute fraud (and see this, this, this, and this).
The cop is on the take … and the government’s only actions are to cover up the fraud (and see this) and to leave the people holding the bag.
When New York Federal Reserve boss (now Treasury Secretary) Tim Geithner learned about the Libor scandal – he didn’t do anything …  he simply parroted the banks’ own recommendations.
Indeed, the banks wrote the financial “reform” legislation, and “own” the regulatory apparatus.
Not only are the regulators are wholly captured, bought and paid for and figuratively  in bed with the people they’re supposed to regulate, they are – as show above – literally in bed with them.
While pimping us out …


 Not Prostitutes … But Pimps

Famed trend forecaster Gerald Celente wrote last year:
Politics today is little more than legalized prostitution. While a streetwalker gets busted for selling her body to a john, politicians get rewarded with campaign contributions for selling their souls to a corporation or lobbyist. With all of the whoring going on – the money exchanged and the pleasures lavished – the only
one actually getting screwed was John Q. Public.
And we noted in 2009:
Many people have called politicians prostitutes.
But the prostitution analogy is inaccurate.
Specifically, as the chairman of the Department of Economics at George Mason University (Donald J. Boudreaux) points out:
Real whores, after all, personally supply the services their customers seek. Prostitutes do not steal; their customers pay them voluntarily. And their customers pay only with money belonging to these customers.In contrast, members of Congress routinely truck and barter with other people’s property…
Members of Congress are less like whores than they are like pimps for persons unwillingly conscripted to perform unpleasant services.
Consider, for example, agricultural subsidies. Each year a handful of farmers and agribusinesses receive billions of taxpayer dollars. These are dollars that government forcibly takes from the pockets of taxpayers and then transfers to farmers.
The customers, in this case, are the farmers and agribusinesses. The suppliers of the services performed for these customers are taxpayers, for it’s the taxpayers who possess the ultimate asset — money — that farmers and agribusinesses lust after. And the intermediaries who oblige the suppliers to satisfy the base lusts of the customers are politicians. Just as pimps facilitate their customers’ access to prostitutes’ assets, politicians facilitate their customers’ access to taxpayers’ assets.
We taxpayers have less say in the matter than we like to think. Sure, we can vote. But if even just 50.00001 percent of voters cast their ballots for the candidate proposing higher taxes, the assets of not only our pro-tax citizens, but also those of the remaining 49.00009 percent of us anti-tax citizens are put at the disposal of our pimps’ customers. (And note that many of those who vote for higher taxes are not among those persons actually subject to higher taxation)…
Politicians force taxpayers to pony it up — just as the services rendered for a pimp’s customers are rendered not by that pimp personally, but by the ladies under his charge. The pimp pockets the bulk of each payment; he’s pleased with the transaction. His customer gets serviced well in return; he’s pleased with the transaction. The only loser is the prostitute forced to share her precious assets with strangers whom she doesn’t particularly care for and who care nothing for her.
Also like the ladies under pimps’ power, taxpayers who resist being exploited risk serious consequences to their persons and pocketbooks. Uncle Sam doesn’t treat kindly taxpayers who try to avoid the obligations that he assigns to them. Government is a great deal more powerful, and often nastier, than is the typical taxpayer. Practically speaking, the taxpayer has little choice but to perform as government demands.
So to call politicians “whores” is to unduly insult women who either choose or who are forced into the profession of prostitution. These women aggress against no one; like all other respectable human beings, they do their best to get by as well as they can without violating other people’s rights.
The real villains in the prostitution arena are those pimps who coerce women into satisfying the lusts of strangers. Such pimps pocket most of the gains earned by the toil and risks involuntarily imposed upon the prostitutes they control. No one thinks this arrangement is fair or justified. No one gives pimps the title of “Honorable.” Decent people don’t care what pimps think or suppose that pimps have any special insights into what is good or bad for the women under their command. Decent people don’t pretend that pimps act chiefly for the benefit of their prostitutes. Decent people believe that pimps should be in prison.
Yet Americans continue to imagine that the typical representative or senator is an upstanding citizen, a human being worthy of being feted and listened to as if he or she possesses some unusually high moral or intellectual stature.
It’s closer to the truth to see politicians as pimps who force ordinary men and women to pony up freedoms and assets for the benefit of clients we call “special-interest groups.”
The Chinese may have a more realistic view of politicians than most Americans do: they believe that prostitutes are more trustworthy than government officials.
Postscript:   There are other connections between prostitution and banking fraud. For example,  desperate women all over the world are turning to prostitution after being hit by austerity … caused by bank excess and fraud.
And many have noted the parallels between the corrupt systems which allowed Penn State coach Jerry Sandusky to sexually attack boys and the predatory financial system.   See this and this.
Fortunately, the mainstream media is working hard to educate us … oh wait.

 "Economics isn't just about money and material benefits, Fed Chairman Ben Bernanke says. It is also about PROSTITUTING and PIMPING "the enhancement of well-being."

 The Federal Reserve chairman said Monday that gauging happiness can be as important for measuring economic progress as determining whether inflation is low or unemployment high. Economics isn't just about money and material benefits, Bernanke said. It is also about understanding and promoting "the enhancement of well-being."
Bernanke and Fed policymakers rely on reports on hiring, consumer spending and other economic data when making high-stakes decisions about the $15 trillion U.S. economy. The Fed's dual mandate is to maintain low inflation and full employment.

"We should seek better and more-direct measurements of economic well-being," Bernanke said Monday in a video-taped speech shown to a conference of economists and statisticians in Cambridge, Mass. After all, promoting well-being is "the ultimate objective of our policy decisions."

Few Americans are likely to say they are happy with the economy right now. Unemployment rose in July to 8.3 percent, and economic growth has slowed sharply from the start of the year. Bernanke himself called the recovery "frustratingly slow" when he testified to Congress on July 17.

Still, Bernanke says aggregate statistics can mask important information about how individual Americans are faring.
His speech Monday was the latest foray into a relatively new specialty in economics known as "happiness studies." Bernanke attracted widespread notice when he spoke about the economics of happiness in a May 2010 commencement address at the University of South Carolina.

In that speech, he said research has found that once basic material needs are met, more wealth doesn't necessarily make people happier.  "Or, as your parents always said, money doesn't buy happiness," Bernanke said then. "Well, an economist might reply, at least not by itself."

In his remarks Monday, Bernanke turned to the more practical — and difficult — task of measuring a subjective emotion. So far, most efforts have involved surveys in which people are asked about whether they are happy and what contributes to their happiness.

Those surveys have found some consistent answers: physical and mental health, the strength of family and community ties, a sense of control over one's life, and opportunities for leisure activity.  The Kingdom of Bhutan has been tracking happiness for four decades. The tiny Himalayan nation stopped tracking gross national product in 1972 and instead switched to measuring Gross National Happiness.

Bernanke on Monday sketched out a few other questions he would like to know: How secure do Americans feel in their jobs? How confident are Americans in their future job prospects? How prepared are families for financial shocks?

These indicators "could be useful in measuring economic progress or setbacks as well as in explaining economic decision-making," Bernanke said.

It's safe to say that Bernanke wouldn't expect a great deal of optimism if those questions were asked now.
The Fed has said it plans to keep its key short-term interest rate near zero until late 2014, an indication that it expects the economy to stay weak for another two and a half years. And Fed policymakers appeared to signal after its two-day meeting last week a growing inclination to take further steps to lift the economy out of its slump.
Bernanke's own definition of happiness might baffle anyone without an advanced degree. He called it a "short-term state of awareness that depends on a person's perceptions of one's immediate reality, as well as on immediate external circumstances and outcomes."

It's not exactly how the classic comic strip Peanuts described it when it said, "Happiness is a warm puppy." But perhaps Bernanke's version can be measured more easily in surveys."


How do we the people get these thugs and whores arrested. We never gave them permission to steal and plunder ,break the law and not be punished for their crimes. If these are crimes then why have not been thrown in jail with no bail.

Where are all the cops who can’t wait to arrest a homeless person for beggin on the streets busting these dudes. Why are they not pepper sprayed. Thrown to the floors of congress and hit with the taze guns.

Why are not the swat team called out to wall street like they are sent to farmer markets in full roit gear. Who are the these thugs who get a free pass while the rest of the 99% taxpayers get all the gangsters goon squads let loose on them.

We are actually paying to be robbed beat,kicked in the butt.pepper sprayed and locked up for protesting this cruel and unusual punishment. We need to hire a group of mercenary to arrest them all.Then find a real judge who will follow the law and send the guilty to jail and take back the stolen funds and all ill gotten goods.

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― John Adams
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