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Discussion in 'The Kruse Longevity Center' started by Jack Kruse, Dec 12, 2021.

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    This is why every president since Clinton sans Trump, was no longer a friend to Big Oil but to Big Tech. every Big oil executive now has control over many voting shares of Big Tech companies. See Twitter as an example. Now you can see why Jack left.
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    The Anti-Monopoly business school ideas grew at Harvard as a reaction to the 2008 financial crisis and concerns about “too big to fail” banks. In their view, concentrated corporate power is always bad and the government should seek to break it up. (Warren and Sanders)

    Biden selected two anti-monopolistic founders of the anti-trust movement — Khan and new White House adviser Tim Wu — for top roles in the executive branch in 2021. This choice shows you why Gensler might be kept on a chain when it comes to BITCOIN.

    Some leftists call these people the New Brandeis School, after former Supreme Court Justice Louis Brandeis. He was very very progressive and had socialist ties. Critics call them as “Hipster Antitrust.”

    The critics argue that antitrust laws were enacted not solely to ensure fair markets but to prevent the consolidation of corporate power and protect democracy. Biden/Gensler favors having federal and state agencies write new rules to limit problematic behaviors — this is a priority that Khan has identified in her role as FTC chair already

    I suspect it is why Gensler is going hard after Fintech and stablecoins. That is where Big oil money has flowed for 50 years now.

    Neo cons were the Big oil men from 1930- 2008. Since then they all jumped into Wall St following the path of McCloy.

    Neo cons gave us all the wars since WW2 and they created Vietnam and were behind JFK death.

    They also sacked Dorsey at Twitter who is a unicorn. A big Tech guy who is 100% BITCOIN.


    You waking up yet?
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    Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer announced a few weeks ago that the Senate will return to take up “voting rights” legislation in January – that is, the Democrats’ massive election takeover legislation. They are not hiding their intent to obliterate the Constitution's power in protecting the right of the people.

    Since the Republican embrace of a 51-vote filibuster carve-out for the debt ceiling two weeks ago, there has been much discussion among Democrats over using the same approach to pass categories of their own legislation. Given statements from Sens. Manchin and Sinema, however, it doesn’t appear that Democrats have the votes to go nuclear on a 51-vote carve out just yet. But that doesn’t mean they won’t try in 2022 before the mid terms curb their power.
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