Bloomberg: Inside Wall Street’s $1 Trillion Decade

It sounds like a lot of money, and it is. But it is dwarfed by the sums of money generated by their false claims of debt securitization. This is the start of reporting on how Wall Street converted investor money to their own money and how they converted everyone else’s money to theirs.

Just remember, this is what Wall Street admits. It is NOT an accounting for all the money they grabbed illicitly using the credit markets as a vehicle for theft.

Inside Wall Street’s $1 Trillion Decade


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  1. Now we are getting to the heart of the grand theft and why for decades the politicians have turned a blind eye and deaf ear to the cries of the homeowners daily being scammed by Wall Street and the Banks. Hundreds of thousands of homeowners have lost their most valuable assets.

    My theory is that it has to do with the CBDC about to be implemented leaving Wall Street and the Banks to transition to another form of service to generate revenue. Over a decade the Banks have been stockpiling homeowners properties acquired through fraudulent foreclosures with ownership being transferred to the Banks.

    Middle Class Americans who have lost their homes are now a class of renters or potential renters for the Banks and Wall Street who will then become their landlords. The shift has been taking place in preparation for the switch over by the government to the CBDC system and the impending (NWO) New World Order system that seems to no longer be a conspiracy theory.

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