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A Decade Of Shredding By The Sec

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It's seems to have pure good fortune that things haven't turned out even worse than the complete collapse of the economies. If worse was possible. Clearly there was nothing at all to stop the endemic fraud rife throughout the US and UK.

It seems to have been blatantly encouraged.

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yes they burned the evidence instead! :lol:

Yep - the elite GA-GAs burned WTC7 for Seven hrs before they blew it up!

- burning up all the FBi CIA evidence against the Manhattan financials/Bankers and all the Enron evidence leading to their doors!

(Don't want any of that papery evidence floating down in the street after the explosion - so lets install huge diesel tanks to keep the fires raging)

Oh and 'G'=7th letter of alphabet - the tripple whammy

(Diesel) Dies-el latin "God's Day"? = Rosh Hashanah, the Jewish New Year, falls on the Hebrew calendar dates of 1 and 2 Tishrei September - Jesus's real Birthdate (when hopefully after a good Harvest and plenty bring joy & celebrations)

"Jewish tradition

On Rosh Hashana G-d sits on His throne in all His majesty and sets the stage for the entire upcoming year. Our potential for health, livelihood, peace, etc. are all preset on Rosh Hashana.

Another way of looking at the influence of Rosh Hashana is: dealing with the bigger picture always brings a greater return than dealing with a detail".

Gimme more 'Magnolia' on my Lodge walls Kirsty!

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