Friday, December 2, 2016

Generation Fraud Conned Themselves This Time

They ran out of easy options so they decided to become a generation of con artists. It just seemed easier than facing the truth...

The Baby Boomers were "selected" to be the exceptional generation that drove themselves straight into the brick wall of reality, while lying to themselves the entire time. About everything: the Ponzi 'Conomy, Globalization, the stock market, their children's future, the environment, fake exceptionalism. All of it...

According to human Twinkie, Martin Armstrong - like all boy-men of a certain age - no longer capable of truth or reality in any way shape or form, Global Warming is a government conspiracy to foist Socialism onto the unwitting masses.

Therefore those of us who "believe" that 7.3 billion human beings are consuming this planet into oblivion are paid by the Rothschilds to propagate this hoax. Because clearly, throwing 97 million barrels of carbon into the atmosphere every day has improved beach front access. And clearly Exxon's scientists know more than the UN Commission on climate change, since they are part of the hoax as well. 

This is the same guy who asserts that Socialism has allowed global multinationals to take over the planet and otherwise made 1% of the population wealthier than everyone else. Ponzi Capitalism is a Socialist plot to enrich the Koch Brothers. 

In other words, it's all a fraud, and I am part of it. 

But do you know what else is a fraud?

Most of ZeroHedge and the fucktards who write on it. It's the National Enquirer of financial news. And from now on, I will no longer cite anything from the criminals who write on it. 

In 2009, shortly after the blog was founded, news reports identified Daniel Ivandjiiski, a Bulgarian-born former hedge-fund analyst who was barred from the industry for insider trading by FINRA in 2008, as the founder of the site, and reported that "Durden" was a pseudonym for Ivandjiiski.

Armstrong believes man made climate change is a fraud.[7]

Criminal conviction[edit]
In 1999, Japanese fraud investigators determined that Armstrong had been collecting money from Japanese investors, improperly "commingling" these funds with funds from other investors, and using the fresh money to cover losses he had incurred while trading.[8] Assisting Armstrong in his scheme was the Republic New York Bank, which produced false account statements to reassure Armstrong's investors. In 2001, the bank agreed to pay US$606 million as restitution for its part in the scandal.[9]

Armstrong was indicted in 1999...He was released from Federal custody on September 2, 2011.

Speaking of criminals:

"One of Exxon’s senior scientists noted in 1977—11 years before a NASA scientist sounded the alarm about global warming during congressional testimony—that “the most likely manner in which mankind is influencing the global climate is through carbon dioxide release from the burning of fossil fuels.”

Exxon is the only stock keeping the Energy complex from collapsing...

So good luck to generation fraud who conned themselves this time...

Because now that the OPEC lie is out of the way, the brick wall of reality is approaching...