Max Keiser : it is so is the downgrade of US treasury to create volatility to make it easier for high frequency trading and black box trading to extract more wealth from the exchanges that's why they put the servers next to the exchanges themselves in order to siphon the cash off more quickly and more efficiently and this is without a doubt an instance of looting by Wall street banks , by the Banks in the City , they are looting hundreds of millions of dollars a day by someone's estimate and they get no punishment whatsoever , then you go to London Riots and somebody is caught stealing a pack of gum and they get six months in the clinker , again I ask David Cameron about this , I mean he is not a stupid man but when he fails to see the problem here one has to ask oneself : is he in fact a Moron ?!?!?!
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