Government Action Shaping Economic Events

by Wes Bridel on July 8, 2011

in Economic Updates

Government action leads to decreased economic wellness for the poorest & benefits to the elite. Today, Governments are intervening in historically massive ways.  Today’s economic update video discusses what’s new in this important sphere. The first video in this latest iteration of a continuing series of economic updates can be found here.

In this video we look at the smoking gun evidence that someone has been trying to rig the stock market.  There’s no proof of who’s doing it, but it’s interesting to think through who might want to.  Government checks are now 35% of all wages and salaries paid in the US today…which produces absolutely nothing of productive value!  How long do you think we as a society can last with that kind of weight around our neck?  We look at the Fed’s Ivory Tower perspective and the fact that the US just moved into the #2 spot as the highest corporate taxer in the developed world.  And these are just the first few stories.  Without further buildup, Here’s the video…

We hope you enjoy this video.  If you have not seen The Coming Storm video, you should do so immediately to have a fuller understanding of what lies ahead.  You can do so for free by going here.  Please let us know what you think of this presentation or if you have any questions, leave them in the comment section below.

The first two videos in this series can be found at:  1) Update on the Economy, 2)  European Debt Crises, & 3) World Economic News.  Some previous economic update videos we did can be found at 1) Hyperinflation in the US?, 2) Hyperinflation signs worldwide,  3) Stock Market & Economy Update, 4) Gold & Silver, and at 5) Government Horrors.  If you are receiving this post as an email or in a reader, you might have to click the post title to take you to the internet to watch the video.  thanks for watching!

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