Sunday, October 6, 2013

Planet’s Middle Class of New Globol Culture Cashing Out Their Chips on Casino Stock Markets Worldwide and Hoarding Cash

The same kind of fear so rampant in the heartland of America with Doomsday Preppers, the planet’s middle class is cashing out of the rigged casino games of stock markets and their phony brand of capitalism.

"My brokers said they were really safe, but they weren't," says Stonecipher, 59, a substitute school teacher. 

Americans sold the most in the five years after the crisis—$521 billion, or 9 percent of their mutual fund holdings, according to Lipper. But investors in other countries sold a larger share of their holdings: Germans dumped 13 percent; Italians and French, more than 16 percent each. 

The French are "not very oriented to risk," says Cyril Blesson, an economist at Pair Conseil, an investment consultancy in Paris. "Now, it's even worse." 

It's gotten worse in China, Russia and the U.K., too. 

Fu Lili, 31, a psychologist in Fu Xin, a city in northeastern China, says she made 20,000 yuan ($3,267) buying and selling stocks before the crisis, more than 10 times her monthly salary then. But she won't touch them now, because she's too scared. 

In Moscow, Yuri Shcherbanin, 32, a manager for an oil company, says the crash proved stocks were dangerous and he should content himself with money in the bank.

If the system keeps cheating the rubes, guess what? The rubes stay away from the rigged game.

Tea Party White Trash Science - Rep. Joe Barton of Texas

Representative Joe Barton of Texas  - The wind beneath Congress's wings.


Texas Wisdom of Senator Ted Cruz - Words of Praise for Texan Rubes that Elected Him

Cheers to Texas - Founder of the Current Chaos in Washington DC.

When Texas voters showed up at the polls on Election Day 2012, they made an important choice. Slightly more than fifty-six percent of those participating selected Ted Cruz as the man they wanted to represent their state as their United States Senator.

But how many Texans who pulled the lever for Cruz believed that what they were really doing was choosing the leader of a small band of elected officials seeking to destroy the United States government from within rather than electing someone who would be dedicated to looking out for the interests of his state in the upper chamber of Congress?

If it was an effective senator Texas was looking for, they clearly chose very poorly—something Texans have, apparently, now figured out.


Rep. Marlin Stutzman, R-Ind.Quotes Jesus - (And his concern for the Poor) - Tea Party Holy Card

"(I) have to get something out of this. And I don't know what that even is." ~~~ Rep. Marlin Stutzman, R-Ind.

( Required for carrying about in wallet or purse. 
Read daily for Koch Brothers grace - small "g". )