Comment: On Planet Wall Street, a free market means anarchy

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On Planet Wall Street, a free market means anarchy

In a Constitutional Republic, capitalists are not free from the rule of law, so the term "free market" is a misnomer. We live in a hostile world where totalitarian regimes, like Communist China, want to destroy the individual liberties afforded by a Republic. U.S. law provides a legal remedy for those who would betray our Republic and give aid to our enemies, and that remedy is treason.

Jim O'Neill is Chairman of Asset Management for Goldman Sachs. He admits that Goldman was instrumental in structuring global markets in a way that gives competitive advantage to our enemies who run Communist China. On Planet Wall Street, this is called the free market. I call it treason because China is a brutal dictatorship and State Owned Enterprises (SOE's) control all major Chinese industries. Thanks to Goldman Sach and US multinationals who've partnered up with the Communists, Chinese SOE's are buying large chunks of the U.S. economy. Again, I call this treason. Pat Mulloy is a member of the US/China Economic and Security Review Commission. In this video clip, he says trade deficits are selling out America, and as a result, a foreign gov't (China) will end up owning large chunks of the U.S. economy.

Here's a link to Jim O'Neill on the Charlie Rose show taking credit for coining the term BRIC (emerging markets). When Charlie Rose asked him if he worries about a China bubble, O'Neill said "Some days I wake up and think, what have I created with this damn thing." (Rand Paul: One person can make a difference) (Fast and Furious hearing)