President-elect Donald Trump reached deep into the belly of the beast of Wall Street for his administration’s key economic positions. His choices signal that the U.S. will be subjected to brutal Parasite Guild measures, including privatizations via the Washington Consensus model. Part of this operation involves the shredding of employee pension plans.
It is now quite apparent why Trump — the lesser of two extreme evils — was allowed to skirt through as president, and it is now time for those who call Trump “The God Emperor” to get their head out of their ass. To understand what is happening requires a thorough reading of my two-part articles on Parasite Guild operations and what it takes to counter them. Without a solid understanding of this, you are completely in the dark.
- Part I: The Parasite Guild
- Part II: Countering the Parasite Guild
- Exploring the Dark Lobbies of Vulture Hedge Funds
The New Nationalist (TNN) grades Trump’s selection of Wilbur Ross for commerce secretary as an F, a total and epic fail. Dubbed the “King of Bankruptcy,” Ross is a corporate raider who built his $3 billion fortune through the takeover of struggling companies, then wiping out jobs, wages and pensions of hundreds of thousands of workers. With these methods, he is known for “flipping” entire industries. In recent years, Ross employed Parasite Guild methods in Europe.
For 24 years, Ross worked at the New York office of (((Rothschild, Inc.))), where he ran the bankruptcy-restructuring practice. In the 1980s, after quickly expanding the reach of Resorts International to Atlantic City, Trump found himself in financial trouble. It was with the assistance and assurance of Ross, then senior managing director of Rothschild, Inc., Trump was allowed to keep the casinos and rebuild his businesses. If you don’t think Trump isn’t totally beholden to the Cabal, then you probably also think James Alefantis is merely serving up great pizza at Comet Ping Pong.
For secretary of Treasury Trump brings in another epic fail, (((Steven Mnuchin))), an associate of vampire squid Goldman Sachs and billionaire (((George Soros))). In 2002, Mnuchin left his 17-year post at Goldman to run a credit fund set up by Soros. In 2004, Mnuchin and (((two former Goldman colleagues))) founded hedge fund Dune Capital Management LP with the financial backing from Soros.
In 2008, IndyMac Bank in Pasadena, Calif., collapsed in one of the largest bank failures in U.S. history. Mnuchin led a group of investors, including funds run by Soros and other hedge-fund and private-equity titans, who bought it from the government for about $1.5 billion. Illustrating in spades how parasite guildists work, the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) guaranteed to cover a portion of any future loan losses, a lucrative arrangement for Mnuchin and his partners.
If one wanted a model for the next “debt crisis” and to know who will be targeted in the subsequent loot, simply follow the machinations of the hedge fund lobby and the Parasite Guild itself with the following four-step process. This requires a major reality check, including being wise about the tribal Jewish network and alertness to how the kleptocratic sistema works. The resumes of Trump’s new cabinet secretaries are prima facie illustrations.
Looting in 4 Simple Steps
Step 1: The bankster Cabal primes and pumps unsustainable economic bubbles conjured from lies and garbage. Then, as planned, it pawns the garbage off onto unsuspecting pasties using exotic financial instruments, thereby creating a monster wealth transfer.
Step 2: The Cabal shorts the garbage, thereby facilitating a rout or crash of a debt bubble.
Step 3: During the crisis/collapse stage, the Parasite Guild and Cabal swoop in like vultures to pick up economic gems for a song.
Step 4: Anybody still solvent is robbed to pay off debts in full. This may include pension funds or even taxpayers. A key mechanism this cycle is bank-deposit bail ins.
In Parasite Guild situations and in theory, there can be losers other than the people — namely, the creditors — who have their holdings marked down. But that never seems to occur as little debt is ever outright forgiven or written off. Listen to Ross describe the debt crisis in Puerto Rico and other states. Notice he says, “Puerto Rico schemed its way into heavy debt.” Nowhere does he suggest this was enabled and facilitated by Wall Street and Wall Street infestations within government. It is “just Puerto Rico.” He then mischaracterizes the vulture funds. He goes on to concisely describe his new job and the standard bankster Washington Consensus “reforms” (aka looting).