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u/rmlkt ๐Ÿ’Ž๐ŸšซFLOOR IS PRISON๐Ÿšซ๐Ÿ’Ž Aug 11 '22 Helpful Starry

Theyโ€™re fighting for the status quo, their way of life, and potentially their freedom. This makes sense.

Make sure to provide comments

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u/WeaponisedApologies ๐Ÿฆ Buckle Up ๐Ÿš€ Aug 11 '22 Wholesome Starry Big Brain Time

The last time I commented on one of these proposals, I kept an eye on the comments until the period was closed.

Up until the final day, it was mostly ordinary middle management folks saying ordinary things. The last scan of the comments I did showed that the ordinary citizens were now outnumbered 3:1 by a stunning number of MBAs forming a huge contingent of comments that were the polar opposite of the comments that had been there.

There is no way it was organic, and it's shameful that Google apparently has more stringent requirements for restaurant reviewers than the SEC has for commenters on government regulation.

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u/IScreamTruckin APE IN THE MIST โ›ฐ๏ธ Aug 11 '22

But not at all surprising.

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u/DistastefulTruth ๐ŸฆVotedโœ… Aug 11 '22

best friends club, and we ain't in it

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u/rmlkt ๐Ÿ’Ž๐ŸšซFLOOR IS PRISON๐Ÿšซ๐Ÿ’Ž Aug 11 '22

Letโ€™s fukin tear it down tho eh?

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u/DistastefulTruth ๐ŸฆVotedโœ… Aug 11 '22

from the inside, marching just makes the rich laugh

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u/KenGriffinsBedpost Aug 11 '22 Ally Bravo Grande!

Told my wife if this keeps going on much longer I will start applying to these funds. Ive worked in finance for years and would be qualified for middle management at the minimum.

Either going to bring them down passively through DRS or actively and get a piece of that whistle blower money.

That's the funniest thing, there is now 100k+ apes who appear to be normal people indistinguishable from the regular MBAs who move through the revolving door of these funds. However we're pissed and will actively try to expose their lies.

We need people on the inside or in government positions, even if it is local or state governments.

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u/Hopeful-Flounder-203 Aug 11 '22

Please do. I firmly believe there are some apes that have already snuck into the banana store. Need more.

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u/guerrilla32 ๐Ÿš€๐Ÿดโ€โ˜ ๏ธโ˜ ๏ธ Comma Farming Ape โ˜ ๏ธ๐Ÿดโ€โ˜ ๏ธ๐Ÿš€ Aug 11 '22

Some apes worked in finance before the sneeze. Here because w... they believe in the OG DD, and never thought there'd be a Guild like this with which to wage a righteous battle.

๐Ÿ‘€

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u/capn-redbeard-ahoy ๐ŸŒBanana Slapper๐ŸŒ Blessings o' the Tendieman Upon Ye Apes๐Ÿดโ€โ˜ ๏ธ Aug 11 '22

I have a local government position. There's honestly not much I can do from there. Local government is entirely different from state and federal government.

You're better off signing up as a FINRA arbitrator. That gets you actual, real power within the system (you basically become a judge within FINRA's quasi-judicial branch), and puts you in a position to hold accountable those who try to cheat and get caught.

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u/KenGriffinsBedpost Aug 11 '22

Not a bad idea to go FINRA arbitrator route I didn't think about that.

In local government if an elected official try and branch out to any state meetings. If your jurisdiction invests in the state local investment pool try and get a meeting with the state Treasurer, from there try to meet the state AG etc.

Networking is a pain in the dick but local government officials at least have doors opened that won't for others.

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u/capn-redbeard-ahoy ๐ŸŒBanana Slapper๐ŸŒ Blessings o' the Tendieman Upon Ye Apes๐Ÿดโ€โ˜ ๏ธ Aug 11 '22 edited Aug 11 '22

My local government has over 80 different committees. The one I'm on doesn't have authority to do anything like what you've suggested, and like most, I'm appointed, not elected. Basically, I volunteered to work on a local project and got put on a committee to do it.

You would basically need to be on your city council in order to do something like what you're suggesting. Most other local government positions don't have that authority.

Lisa Braganca suggested the FINRA arbitrator thing on Twitter earlier this year. I know at least a couple apes have signed up. It's kind of funny -- there are almost no real requirements to apply, you just need 2 years of college and 5 years of any professional experience (so basically, you need to be 25+, previously employed, and have at least attempted college). That means just about any smooth brain on this sub could do it.

And they pay $350 per 4-hour arbitration session, which is low compared to what a lawyer or arbitrator would charge in private practice but WAY MORE than someone working a minimum/low-wage job would earn. It's a big time commitment, but it seems like a great side gig for any dedicated ape whose schedule is flexible enough to allow it.

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u/DDanny808 ๐ŸŽฎ Power to the Players ๐Ÿ›‘ Aug 11 '22

Great insight! Very good eye

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u/Moondog_21 ๐Ÿ’ป ComputerShared ๐Ÿฆ Aug 11 '22 edited Aug 11 '22

Dude I've been highly interested in getting a new job in finance.. I just had an interview northwestern mutual out of Vernon hills Illinois for a financial advisor role.. only to find out it was very bad timing since the interviewer told me there was no base pay only commission and I have a baby on the way right now due in the next few weeks.. any advice??

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u/HuskerHayDay Aug 11 '22

Ya, don't work for NW Mutual. It's a quasi sales role parading as a finance role.

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u/Moondog_21 ๐Ÿ’ป ComputerShared ๐Ÿฆ Aug 11 '22

For sure I had a feeling tbh

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u/KenGriffinsBedpost Aug 11 '22

Send me a message I'll try and help if I can.

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u/westcoast_tech ๐ŸŽฎ Power to the Players ๐Ÿ›‘ Aug 11 '22

Most financial advisor roles are sales type roles and less focused on finance than you think. Iโ€™d stay away there

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u/Moondog_21 ๐Ÿ’ป ComputerShared ๐Ÿฆ Aug 11 '22

Yeah for sure I'll take your advice man I love this sub! I've learned so much and still learning more and more from you guys every day I love all of you! haha

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u/monpetitcroissanttt ๐Ÿ’œ๐Ÿ’œ๐Ÿ’œ Aug 11 '22

They'll never know it's me

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u/taserednoodles ๐Ÿฆญ Aug 11 '22

We need actual apes to handout bananas from inside the banana store.

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u/throwawaylurker012 Tendietown is the new Flavortown & DRS Is my Guy Fieri Aug 11 '22

Iโ€™ve had this thought too. Even as a finance professional advisor for just a few days and telling every retiree I can buy GME and DRS yo shit

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u/ChrisFrattJunior ๐ŸฆVotedโœ… Aug 11 '22

Same. Iโ€™m applying to the research desk at a wealth management firm in order to do just this.

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u/Conscious_Student_37 ๐ŸŒŠ๐Ÿ”๐Ÿƒ๐Ÿ”ฅ Aug 11 '22

They want us in the streets, not in the comments. 100%

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u/x1ux1u ๐ŸฆVotedโœ… Aug 11 '22

Lol Hong Kong had the most impressive street movement and it was destroyed from the inside out. I have loads of videos saved of Public Servants causing damage to personal property and the news stations gaslighting everyone with "who the enemy is".

Put it this way ... If this goes to the streets I'm selling my shares and moving on with life. I refuse to step foot into some trap that would most definitely tarnish GameStop reputation.

I'm an individual investor. I'm here for the DD and using the same weapons used against us daily. Money and leverage.

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u/inertlyreactive ๐ŸŽฎ Power to the Players ๐Ÿ›‘ Aug 11 '22

There is something not right about you. I see you are still a super shill for the SEC.

I think 800k apes in the streets could be very effective, but maybe thats just me.

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u/Conscious_Student_37 ๐ŸŒŠ๐Ÿ”๐Ÿƒ๐Ÿ”ฅ Aug 11 '22 edited Aug 11 '22

Just read my post on memetic warfare. That lays out why I am the way I am on here.

The SEC is a tool to be used, not a villain to be avoided. The difference is very important.

IMO the right way to comment is to not just support good rules and criticize bad ones, but to shape the rules as we believe they should be shaped. Not just accept or reject but actively influence their final form. Ask for more than they give, because they rarely give enough.

We get 25k well-worded comments onto a rule? That would be a major splash. Every major player on the street would know about it. It would be a very credible threat to their way of life; an announcement that we are playing to win.

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u/YWeSoPuzzldObvious17 ๐ŸฆVotedโœ… Aug 11 '22

This stinking dirty fucking ape fucking gets it!

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u/Conscious_Student_37 ๐ŸŒŠ๐Ÿ”๐Ÿƒ๐Ÿ”ฅ Aug 11 '22

Time to be the 800lb bonobo in the room

We here to fuk

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u/wolframAPCR Aug 11 '22

I'm hodling until I can hire them all just so I can fire them

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u/XJcon Aug 11 '22 All-Seeing Upvote

When you have millions at your disposal, it's probably not to hard to pay a company to make a bunch of accounts, and make comments.

Similar to the extortion being done, to businesses these days.

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u/DannyFnKay tag u/Superstonk-Flairy for a flair Aug 11 '22

I have had companies approach me to make face reviews for my company in several sites.

I reply with, I bet your mother is proud, and I never hear from them again.

๐Ÿ˜

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u/Conscious_Student_37 ๐ŸŒŠ๐Ÿ”๐Ÿƒ๐Ÿ”ฅ Aug 11 '22 Silver

It shows us exactly where the fight is. That kind of energy, effort, money, and timeโ€ฆ they canโ€™t risk losing control of the comments (ie the LOBBY).

It shows us exactly where we need to be.

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u/XJcon Aug 11 '22

Precisely.

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u/inertlyreactive ๐ŸŽฎ Power to the Players ๐Ÿ›‘ Aug 11 '22

Kinda sound like a guy protecting his job...

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u/roychr Dip at the Tip Aug 11 '22

Chinese have started the movement years ago, it got refined over the years, just take a look at how our sub is under constant attack from shills.

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u/Conscious_Student_37 ๐ŸŒŠ๐Ÿ”๐Ÿƒ๐Ÿ”ฅ Aug 11 '22

wall st shows up to fight

That amount of energy and money and coordination shows us just how important and central the comments are to wall stโ€™s game.

It shows us EXACTLY where they are afraid to lose fights.

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u/1800smellya Aug 11 '22

Brainwashed, college grads, right into Finance and Consulting roles.

That havenโ€™t realized the entity they are working for is the driver for the issues they find in the world

โ€œGo write these comment on this post!โ€

Weโ€™ve seen it with Glassdoor reviews

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u/-theSmallaxe- Aug 11 '22

I've never understood why comments matter so much for these SEC rulings. Isn't it like the police needing the citizens to comment on whether a law will be fair or not? I feel like so many of these things should be obvious which way the SEC should go. Is there any other field/agency where the citizens comment to help decide the rules?

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u/capn-redbeard-ahoy ๐ŸŒBanana Slapper๐ŸŒ Blessings o' the Tendieman Upon Ye Apes๐Ÿดโ€โ˜ ๏ธ Aug 11 '22 edited Aug 11 '22

Is there any other field/agency where the citizens comment to help decide the rules?

Yes, for basically everything.

If you want to build an addition to your house that doesn't meet your local Zoning requirements, you apply for a variance with your local zoning board, and your neighbors all get to comment on whether they like what you're doing or not. Usually, nobody shows up unless they object. But it's the same at every level -- there is almost always a public comment period for any proposed government action, like passing a new rule or granting a waiver.

The whole purpose is for the board/committee/agency conducting the action to take the public's temperature. Public comment periods are an opportunity for people on the ground, both professional and non-professional, to alert the government to problems that would arise from a particular proposal or decision, which the authorities may not be able to see from their limited perspective. One of the reasons that government moves at tortoise-speed is because these sorts of public comment periods are required for just about any official action that a committee or agency takes.

This is why the US education system needs better civics education. You should know about this stuff, because if you don't, you won't ever participate, and then the system can't function "properly" and it's easier for moneyed interests to buy their way in. These sorts of things are always announced, but if you don't know they exist and aren't actively watching out for them, they are extremely easy to miss, because they are announced at government meetings generally not attended or watched by the general public.

As for your comparison to police... police don't write the laws, they enforce them. Public comment periods happen before a rule is created, and it's basically the last chance to regular people to object to something before it becomes official. By the time the police are enforcing a law upon you, your opportunity to give feedback has long since passed. That's why it's so important to proactively pay attention to what the government is up to, and not just wait for something to go wrong before we try to fix problems.

From a more cynical perspective, one might say that public comment periods exist so that when the police arrest you for smoking weed, and you argue that smoking weed shouldn't be illegal, the police can say "you had your chance to object to that law back in the 30s, and you didn't, so that's the law now." Basically, you (the public) had your chance to stop this and missed it, so blame your parents and grandparents for not paying more attention and letting the system get as fucked up as it is while they were busy chasing a white picket fence in the 60s.

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u/-theSmallaxe- Aug 12 '22

That's interesting, I've never heard of this before I started following the SEC. Thanks

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u/captaindickfartman2 ๐Ÿ’ป ComputerShared ๐Ÿฆ Aug 11 '22

They like to use dead people to fill their spots. This happened with net neutrality. We are fighting people who knowingly poisoned this planet

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u/JDTexas84 ๐Ÿฆ Buckle Up ๐Ÿš€ Aug 11 '22

They waited until the end and watched all the previous comments to know what to respond with. Perhaps retail should do the same, save all their comments until the very end

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u/ApesMallIn Aug 11 '22

I say we do it to them right back.

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u/WingzTTV Snazzy Bananya ๐ŸŒโค๏ธ Aug 11 '22

Yikes.

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u/tballhennings ๐ŸฆVotedโœ… Aug 11 '22

Have to be able to afford internet first. That's half the battle

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u/wwjdwwmd ๐Ÿดโ€โ˜ ๏ธSHOW ME THE JOURNAL ENTRIES๐Ÿดโ€โ˜ ๏ธ Aug 11 '22

APEs could play this game too.

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u/Additional-Ad5055 ๐Ÿ’ป ComputerShared ๐Ÿฆ Aug 11 '22

Well maybe about time an ap just put a bit to work on the opposite direction and create that system to change. Get 1000 fake comments negative? Then spam another 1000 fake positive. Simple

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u/mkehome ๐Ÿฆ Buckle Up ๐Ÿš€ Aug 11 '22

Thats fukd up. Really fukd up. The big players are spoofing everything. The entire automated process is fukd.

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u/whitnet1 eew eew ym ๐Ÿฉณ ๐Ÿฆ VOTED! โœ… Aug 11 '22

But but butโ€ฆ Iโ€™m an MBA. ๐Ÿ‘€

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u/Dribble76 let's go ๐Ÿš€๐Ÿš€๐Ÿš€ Aug 11 '22

The finest money can buy.

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u/Cow_Bell ๐Ÿ’ป ComputerShared ๐Ÿฆ Aug 11 '22

And always remember computer kids, DRS your GME.

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u/the1rush Wen this baby hits $88k, Ur gona see some serious shit! Aug 11 '22

It's going to be ugly but when go down they'll go down hard.

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u/Conscious_Student_37 ๐ŸŒŠ๐Ÿ”๐Ÿƒ๐Ÿ”ฅ Aug 11 '22

Theyโ€™ll fight tooth and nail, gums and nail bed. To the end and then some.

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u/Trollz4fun ALL CAPS GUY Aug 11 '22

I'M FIGHTING FOR MY EFFING FREEDOM, BECAUSE I WOULD LIKE TO SPEND IT RELAXING WITH MY FAMILY, NOT WORKING ALL DAY EVERYDAY JUST TO GET BY, I AM NOT FREE, I'M FIGHTING FOR MY GOSH DANG FREEDOM, I WOULD LIKE TO RELAX, EVERY NOW AND THEN I'LL GO PICK UP SOME TRASH FROM THE PARK

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u/Conscious_Student_37 ๐ŸŒŠ๐Ÿ”๐Ÿƒ๐Ÿ”ฅ Aug 11 '22

TO ARMS

AND BY ARMS I MEAN COMMENTS

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u/wooden_seats ๐ŸฆVotedโœ… Aug 11 '22

Quasi-governmental?

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u/kip256 Aug 11 '22

Easier way to privatize gains and use the government to socialize losses.

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u/mexicanred1 ๐Ÿ‡๐Ÿง˜๐Ÿ‡ Aug 11 '22

Curious how Dave sees this...

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u/Schwickity โœจGME TO URANUSโœจ Aug 11 '22

We have three people to offer any kind of support or backing. Dr T, Dave, And somehow Pulte got dragged into the mix. Why not so many more?

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u/IWillKarateKickYou ๐ŸŽฎ Power to the Players ๐Ÿ›‘ Aug 11 '22

those financial advisor guys from canada and DOMO and Jon Stewart and theres a lot more really that are quiet too or still learning whats going on. 99% have no clue whats going on in markets

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u/StrongAFKennedy ๐ŸŒ๐Ÿ‘ฉโ€๐Ÿš€๐Ÿ”ซ๐Ÿฆ Aug 11 '22

Which canadians are you speaking of?

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u/winstonl87 ๐ŸฆVotedโœ… Aug 11 '22

Who is the IEX guy? If he's on Reddit surely he must know his shit?

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u/Dribble76 let's go ๐Ÿš€๐Ÿš€๐Ÿš€ Aug 11 '22

I'm kinda a quasi-governmental myself meme inserted here.

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u/Guildish ๐ŸŽฎ Power to the Players ๐Ÿ›‘ Aug 11 '22 edited Aug 11 '22 Narwhal Salute

TL/DR: The privately owned Federal Bank who own the global central bank system, which include the DTCC, are making sure that moass payment doesn't come out of their pockets. Instead, by making the DTCC et al quasi government they will now set the stage for moass payment to be paid by the taxpayers. In other words the privately owned Federal Bank is getting a taxpayer bailout! So the rich get richer, the poor get poorer, and we can expect more cuts to our global education system, medical system, etc.

%$#^ this !!

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u/rmlkt ๐Ÿ’Ž๐ŸšซFLOOR IS PRISON๐Ÿšซ๐Ÿ’Ž Aug 11 '22 I am disappoint

Life would be real shit without this wildcard. TBH this would probably end in violent revolution if it werenโ€™t for GME.

Provide comments, but most importantly, buy hodl DRS and support GameStop. The crime is all exposed when the rocket launches, and the boosters are fiiiiiirin up

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u/Interesting-Clerk-91 Aug 11 '22

GME could very well be our "Tennis Court Oath". If they keep bypassing "rule of law" and altering the law to harm regular people, this will get ugly. The system from which these banks enjoy their creature comforts is derived from the consent of the people. Our consent is fading. Every day that blatant theft is overlooked by our leadership is one more day closer to the ugliest of end games.

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u/enigmahack ๐Ÿ’ฉNostradumbass๐Ÿ—ฟ Aug 11 '22

I would never promote/condone violence, but if there is no other way and this is the ONLY way forward, I will support it.

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u/zimmah ๐ŸŸฃ Sanic the Hedgezrfukt ๐ŸŸฃ Aug 11 '22

Exactly, I'd never start it, but at this point, I would definitely support any movement that would ensure the world to be free of these assholes, even if it means some violence is needed.

Because make no mistake, they have already killed billions and every day that they remain in power, millions more suffer. This is not a joke.

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u/FlavDingo Aug 12 '22

Yup they know when push comes to shove, we have power in numbers. Hundreds of thousands of people are onto the brazen lawlessness and crime being perpetuated at their expense every single day by this corrupt, cancerous systems of theft created by oligarch billionaires and their money making corporate machines.

It wonโ€™t take much for a few of them desperate and disgruntled enough people to start firebombing shit and set the example for other. To show people the giant can bleed.

After all, the ruling class sets the example for everyone else right? Whatโ€™s their line โ€œif you didnโ€™t do anything wrong you have nothing to fearโ€ law and order yada yada. They have to maintain at least a perception, however thin, that justice is actually the aim of of the justice system and not just a tool of social control for the rich.

Once people realize en masse that the system is a farce designed to keep them in line and once they are disgruntled enough at the sheer injustice, they may just stop playing along with โ€œlaw and orderโ€.

I suspect this is why weโ€™re seeing this latest campaign to plug the gaping holes in the dam with chewing gum in the form of the Robinhood lawsuit, the SEC proposal, DOJ investigation.

The system, and by extension the billionaire ruling class has a lot more to lose if the masses continue to see indisputable evidence that the oligarchs and corporations donโ€™t have to play by the rules. That the laws they create to keep us docile and complicit with their system are a sham.

This is the stuff of revolution.

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u/zimmah ๐ŸŸฃ Sanic the Hedgezrfukt ๐ŸŸฃ Aug 12 '22

that's why those pusing for the SEC/DOJ/Interpol/FBI/CIA to do something are fudding.

They are also our enemies, they won't help us. At best they'll pretend to help us, but that's actually BAD in the long run, because it just keeps the charade going.

The whole systems needs to break down

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u/captaindickfartman2 ๐Ÿ’ป ComputerShared ๐Ÿฆ Aug 11 '22

Honestly its the only thing keeping me zen to the blantend destruction of everything around me.

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u/zimmah ๐ŸŸฃ Sanic the Hedgezrfukt ๐ŸŸฃ Aug 11 '22

Violent or not, a revolution is necessary. These corrupt fucks need to be rooted out, thoroughly

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u/ronoda12 ๐Ÿ’ป ComputerShared ๐Ÿฆ Aug 11 '22

Either apes will be rich or usa stock market dies for ever

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u/DeTroyter ๐ŸฆVotedโœ… Aug 11 '22

Apes will be overall wealthier than these fuckheads. Letโ€™s start lobbying to take their money the old fashioned way. With democracy focused on these issues instead of the ones we are forced to deal with every day.

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u/rmlkt ๐Ÿ’Ž๐ŸšซFLOOR IS PRISON๐Ÿšซ๐Ÿ’Ž Aug 11 '22

No need to lobby tbh. You DRS and hold until the government accepts the terms of surrender. Which is PRISON

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u/DeTroyter ๐ŸฆVotedโœ… Aug 11 '22

this guy for prez^

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u/Conscious_Student_37 ๐ŸŒŠ๐Ÿ”๐Ÿƒ๐Ÿ”ฅ Aug 11 '22

Bro what

Wall st spends a fuckton of money to own the comments and the lobby

Any new order, any rule changes, and new marketplace will go through a process that involves lobbying.

We need to take control from them. They wonโ€™t give it. DRS will provide a once in a lifetime opportunity, but they will try to force us to squander it.

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u/rmlkt ๐Ÿ’Ž๐ŸšซFLOOR IS PRISON๐Ÿšซ๐Ÿ’Ž Aug 11 '22

Iโ€™m personally of the opinion that lobbying will be redundant.

The end goal is to defeat the Fed. I think that MOASS and decentralization will accomplish this all without the need for lobbying. What apes really should do is lobby to end lobbying, but to beat WS and the rich, the Fed needs to go. They go and lots of problems fix themselves.

Decentralization is key to this. If we experience USD hyperinflation, the Fed may go into a death spiral. Their role is to manage the money supply. If the money supply goes out of control then they have failed. You can bet the public will want their throats too

The rules are a problem yes, but it doesnโ€™t really matter if they choose not to enforce them. What you need to do is remove their power. You do this by taking their wealth (DRSing). After this, and with public support, the government will have to choose sides to save face and this is when true reform begins

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u/OGColorado ๐Ÿฆ Buckle Up ๐Ÿš€ Aug 11 '22

Wen personal politician

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u/sparkey701 ๐ŸฆVotedโœ… Aug 11 '22

Privatize the gain, socialize the loss.

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u/RiseUpAgainstThem Aug 11 '22

yup. aka not really capitalism and not really communism, but the worst of both worlds. it's genius because you can play both sides whenever convenient and keep the 2 ideologies fight each other forever, while you steal from everyone.

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u/ThumpThump75 Aug 11 '22

These motherfuckers are going straight tyrannical accross the board. What the fuck is it gonna take before Americans decide theyโ€™ve had enough of getting fucked and burn this cocksucker to the ground? Unbelievable how goddamn pussified this nation has become.

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u/LonnieJaw748 ๐”ป๐• ๐•–๐•ค๐•Ÿโ€™๐•ฅ ๐•ฆ๐•ค๐•– ๐•ž๐•’๐•ฃ๐•œ๐•–๐•ฅ ๐• ๐•ฃ๐••๐•–๐•ฃ๐•ค Aug 11 '22

Much of America is sufficiently pacified and wholly unaware of any of this. Itโ€™s by design.

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u/hookedbyvince Drapetomaniac Ape Aug 11 '22 All-Seeing Upvote Take My Power

Hope you commented on the proposals

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u/alilmagpie Halt Me Daddy Aug 11 '22

I do not support the financial industry self-regulating, so I favor DTCC having oversight and will comment thusly. This doesnโ€™t say the taxpayers are on the hook that I can tell.

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u/Guildish ๐ŸŽฎ Power to the Players ๐Ÿ›‘ Aug 11 '22 edited Aug 11 '22

ROFL. Dude you're killing me!

Do you honestly believe any number of comments will prevent the proposal from passing? Have you seen the level of corruption within our systems? The absolute lack of protection or care for regular worker ant taxpayers? Please refer to u/WeaponisedApologies comment above.

RC proposes a wealth tax, taxing the wealthy. I disagree. Mainly because after the moass that will be GME shareholders doing the right thing by paying taxes hence footing the bill for this privately owned Federal Reserve Bank bailout. It's their way of stealing back 50% of our moass payout.

I would prefer to lobby for a 50-75 year retroactive back-tax of the wealthy, with the removal of all their self-serving tax breaks except what regular taxpayer ants are subjected to. With penalty and interest that should equal the playing field considerably.

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u/Conscious_Student_37 ๐ŸŒŠ๐Ÿ”๐Ÿƒ๐Ÿ”ฅ Aug 11 '22 Take My Energy

This level of helplessness only helps wall st. Really.

โ€œDonโ€™t try to fight lobbyists, theyโ€™ve already won!!โ€

To subdue the enemy without fighting is the apex of skill. - Sun Tzu

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u/Guildish ๐ŸŽฎ Power to the Players ๐Ÿ›‘ Aug 11 '22

Please refer to u/WeaponisedApologies comment above.

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u/FixStuff123 ๐Ÿš€ DRS today, MOASS tomorrow ๐Ÿš€ Aug 11 '22

I would prefer to lobby for a 50-75 year retroactive back-tax of the wealthy, with the removal of all their self-serving tax breaks except what regular taxpayer ants are subjected to. With penalty and interest that should equal the playing field considerably.

YES!!

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u/Biodeus ๐ŸŽฎ Power to the Players ๐Ÿ›‘ Aug 11 '22

The NSCC was going to pass a shit proposal last year that got denied because of OUR public comments. So yes, fucking comment instead of waxing philosophical on a Reddit board about how you donโ€™t want to be taxed when youโ€™re wealthy.

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u/NegotiationAlert903 Aug 11 '22

"I will become wealthy therefor I do not want to be taxed" grats, this kind of reasoning is why the common man allows such lopsided taxation, and makes you sound exactly like the sociopaths we're trying to dethrone.

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u/Guildish ๐ŸŽฎ Power to the Players ๐Ÿ›‘ Aug 11 '22

Well then you would be wrong!

Check my comment/post history. My plan has always been to sell 1 share to take care of my family and friends and 1 share for my charitable organization. I intend and still do intend to adopt a local school in my community to provide better education for students AND parents, food, medical, clothing, housing, etc. Anything they could need to become educated. Build them into an army so that Wall Street lying, cheating and stealing could never happen again. Spread that seed from one community far and wide.

I'm just pi$$^@ that my moass taxes will have absolutely no impact on reducing the massive sovereign debt the country has already incurred to date ... much less the additional sovereign debt this new proposal will bring. I welcome paying my fair taxes, always have and always will, but considering all the countries are already bankrupt you would think someone, somewhere in our government would say enough is enough .... the existing 1% need to pay their fair taxes that they've been hoarding for the past 50-75 years. It's not like the Gates, Bezos of this world are giving back as much as they have taken!

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u/NegotiationAlert903 Aug 11 '22

I'm allowed to be wrong. And yeah, me too. The funneling to special interests has gone 70 years too long.

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u/arnott Aug 11 '22

Links to proposals?

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u/yuppyuppbruhbruh What's an exit strategy? ๐Ÿฆ Buckle Up ๐Ÿš€ Aug 11 '22

ELIMINATE THE MOTHERFUCKIN FED

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u/Guildish ๐ŸŽฎ Power to the Players ๐Ÿ›‘ Aug 11 '22

This is the way.

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u/zombiecharlesdarwin Short the stonk, get the bonk ๐Ÿš€ Aug 11 '22

I don't want to liquidate taxpayers I want to liquidate the hedgies and co

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u/Guildish ๐ŸŽฎ Power to the Players ๐Ÿ›‘ Aug 11 '22 edited Aug 11 '22

Dude! Please remove the rose-colored glasses!

Did you honestly believe that the privately owned Federal Reserve system would allow us to burn their system to the ground, set up a new blockchain system that removes their ability to control and manipulate the $$$ supply, their wealth generator?!? ... without them retaliating?

Any which way we cut it, taxpayers were always going to be liquidated. If it wasn't for GME we would have never known about all the lying, cheating and stealing of our hard-earned savings. Because of this GME knowledge a few of us will be able to take care of our families.

Yet we have still tried everything we know how to protect other taxpayers. How many of your friends and family have you spoken to regarding GME? The state of the economy? How many have laughed at you, ignored you, called you crazy obsessive?

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u/doodaddy64 ๐Ÿ”ฅ๐ŸŒ†๐Ÿ‘ซ๐ŸŒ†๐Ÿ”ฅ Aug 11 '22

don't forget that they can blame those meme stonkers who just want to be greedy rich!

edit: and now that I think about it, I was wondering how the government was going to claim "take backsies," and attempt to void a private contract between the stock exchanges and GME investors. Hmm.

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u/Guildish ๐ŸŽฎ Power to the Players ๐Ÿ›‘ Aug 11 '22

Exactly.

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u/Whole-Caterpillar-56 ๐ŸฆVotedโœ… Aug 11 '22

It started with the hedge funds, it continued to the market makers, then it went to the brokers on the hook for the market makers and hedge funds swaps. Now its at the FED who is now conceding and handing over its privilege of being a SRO. This is how it was laid out a year and half ago and we're seeing it play out now. Not necessary the actions they are taking but the shitstorm is making its way up the chain. This is intense.

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u/Z0mbies8mywife ๐ŸŽฎ Power to the Players ๐Ÿ›‘ Aug 11 '22

Fuck....I was hoping this was gonna be good news but I think you are absolutely spot on. This is so messed up man...

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u/MisterIenny ๐ŸฆVotedโœ… Aug 11 '22

Absolutely disgusting

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u/FoxReadyGME Aug 12 '22

I for one support the bailouts. Hear me out. The sooner the sheep realize our society is doomed without personal responsibility the sooner we can rebuild. No more handing taxation money to 3rd party and hoping it will be honestly distributed because it won't be. Ditch the fudtertainment from MSM, Hollywood, Facebook, porn hub and other brainwashing media and each step up and work to our highest potential on how to allocate our lives to the betterment of ourselves, our society and our environment. It is THE ONLY way to avoid total collapse back to stone age.

Government is the BofA/jpmorgan/... Of banking. Hopefully no need to explain why credit union is better yeah? Think along these lines comparatively.

But but taxes..!! No, enough. You're the old system and part of the problem. All of it has to go. Future and salvation is in web3, DAO and local governance. future is now old man.

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u/Guildish ๐ŸŽฎ Power to the Players ๐Ÿ›‘ Aug 12 '22

Hmmm. I agree with everything except bailing out the privately owned company called The Federal Reserve Bank. They're ultimately the majority holders of all our stolen wealth from the past 100 years. They need to return it. They should not be allowed to hold on to their ill-gotten wealth while passing on the cost of their crimes to taxpayers.

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u/Conscious_Student_37 ๐ŸŒŠ๐Ÿ”๐Ÿƒ๐Ÿ”ฅ Aug 11 '22

GET IN THOSE COMMENTS BRUH

AINT TIME FOR PASSIVITY

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u/Guildish ๐ŸŽฎ Power to the Players ๐Ÿ›‘ Aug 11 '22

Please refer to u/WeaponisedApologies comment above. Thank you.

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u/elliot192 ๐Ÿš€๐Ÿš€ JACKED to the TITS ๐Ÿš€๐Ÿš€ Aug 11 '22

Ok so are we still getting paid just to be clear

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u/zimmah ๐ŸŸฃ Sanic the Hedgezrfukt ๐ŸŸฃ Aug 11 '22

Don't be selfish. I don't want money, I want systemic change. If the money has to come from the taxpayers and the poor, I don't want it.

I want the elite to suffer, I want them to be left with less than nothing. I want them to feel what it means to have nothing.

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u/elliot192 ๐Ÿš€๐Ÿš€ JACKED to the TITS ๐Ÿš€๐Ÿš€ Aug 11 '22

Shut up. Let's get paid ape

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u/Guildish ๐ŸŽฎ Power to the Players ๐Ÿ›‘ Aug 11 '22

Yes we'll get paid. But expect propaganda that WE are the ones forcing the country(s) into bankruptcy.

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u/zimmah ๐ŸŸฃ Sanic the Hedgezrfukt ๐ŸŸฃ Aug 11 '22

Imagine having a literal money printer, and being too greedy to use it because you lost a bet.

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u/Guildish ๐ŸŽฎ Power to the Players ๐Ÿ›‘ Aug 11 '22 edited Aug 11 '22

Ummm... Where do you think the $$$ for moass payout will come from? They'll fire up that money printer for us then blame the need for the extra $$$ on the war in Ukraine, Taiwan, monkeypox, COVID-19 variant, etc. And they'll blame us for being greedy!

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u/ChrystalMeds shares in my name - DRS ๐Ÿš€ Aug 11 '22

They are going to hold gme hostage on them scammy public exchanges.

But there is one final move to play and those suckaz don't even know what is what. ๐Ÿ˜‚

Tick tock corrupt assholes

Tick

Tock

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u/macroober Aug 11 '22

Ugh, I hate TikTok.

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u/Miserable_Unusual_98 Aug 11 '22

Tik tok knows that

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u/galaxy_van ๐ŸฆVotedโœ… ๐Ÿ‘พSir Smoke-a-Lot๐Ÿ’จ Aug 11 '22

TikTards

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u/wallstreetchills Aug 11 '22

Only play I know is full port paycheck into CS

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u/karasuuchiha OG ๐Ÿฆformation broker, tag me and ask for DD/Evidence Aug 11 '22

Can you smell it ? ๐Ÿ˜ค The Fear And Desperation ๐Ÿคค

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u/New-Consideration420 ๐Ÿ’ป ComputerShared ๐Ÿฆ Aug 11 '22

Endgame. Turn up the Doom music

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u/yopresetstrader Aug 11 '22

As an immigrant I thought my country was corruptโ€ฆ

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u/6stringDingaling Taking My ๐Ÿš€ to Uranus Aug 11 '22

Plot twist, they all are. Some just worse than othersโ€ฆ

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u/ronoda12 ๐Ÿ’ป ComputerShared ๐Ÿฆ Aug 11 '22

in usa corruption is very sophisticated

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u/theshadowbudd DeathCat ๐Ÿˆโ€โฌ› Aug 11 '22

These mfs are so desperate to change rules and protect themselves theyโ€™re now trying to change forms. D R S ๐ŸŸฃ

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u/1twowonder GET UP, STAND UP, DRS FOR YOUR RIGHTS Aug 11 '22

Moving into government protection mode. The fear is real

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u/hmhemes FTDeez Aug 11 '22

DeFi can't come soon enough.

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u/zimmah ๐ŸŸฃ Sanic the Hedgezrfukt ๐ŸŸฃ Aug 11 '22

Defi is already there. We just need more people to accept it as the way.

We can all end this today if society just decides to leave the old system and make the move to Defi.

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u/Iknewyouwerebi Aug 11 '22 edited Aug 11 '22

Weโ€™re soooo close. I can feel itโ€ฆ

in my plums

100% DRS IS THE WAY๐Ÿ’œ

LEAVE NO SHARE BEHIND ๐Ÿš€๐ŸŒ•

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u/SoreLoserOfDumbtown My flair is sPEshhhAaaLL๐Ÿ‹ Aug 11 '22

This is messing with my head - on the surface it sounds like the government would be giving away power, which doesnโ€™t sound like them. There must be more to this.

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u/Zyhre I R SMRT Aug 11 '22

Once it "becomes the actual government" they can rely on a government bailout. That's the end goal here. To make taxpayers foot the bill.

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u/distractabledaddy DTCC Musical Shares with Benny Hill๐ŸŽถ Aug 11 '22

Banks and Wall St have always been the force of government for the past century (creation of Fed in 1913), now it's less secretive. Any democratic system is incompatible with having a component of the governance beyond accountability and lacking transparency.

I moved most of my IRA to DRS with guidance from my accountant

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u/crumbummmmm ๐Ÿฆ Buckle Up ๐Ÿš€ Aug 11 '22

I don't mind taxpayers footing a bill, but they should then own wallstreet. Make wallstreet and corporations pay back all taxes and subsidies before they can profit again.

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u/kyomoto Aug 11 '22

"which doesn't sound like them" ๐Ÿคก

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u/throwaway20210_orc69 ๐Ÿ’ป ComputerShared ๐Ÿฆ Aug 11 '22

This is the part where the boss starts blinking red.

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u/Xandrul01 3ur0 473 H0DL3r Aug 11 '22

Gets the enraged effect.

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u/djjsear Aug 11 '22

I don't know what's worse. DTCC regulating it's self or letting the government do it.

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u/crumbummmmm ๐Ÿฆ Buckle Up ๐Ÿš€ Aug 11 '22

That's why we always want maximum transparency! Let them regulate in the wide open, and allow everyone have access to the same info so they public can know as much as wallstreet does.

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u/iamhighnlow โ˜…ๅฝก สœษชษขสœ ส€ษช๊œฑแด‹ สœษชษขสœ ส€แด‡แด›แด€ส€แด… ๅฝกโ˜… Aug 11 '22

Makes you wonder when MMs will make the move from โ€™self-predatoryโ€™ to โ€™quasi-governmentalโ€™

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u/givecheesecakepls Aug 11 '22

is this a good or bad thing?

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u/Ancient_Aten4000 Aug 11 '22

Bad bad af

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u/WeaponisedApologies ๐Ÿฆ Buckle Up ๐Ÿš€ Aug 11 '22

But in fairness, "Self Regulation" hasn't exactly been a shining success, either.

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u/rollypollyover MOASS ain't the only thing coming ๐Ÿ“ˆ๐Ÿ“ˆ Aug 11 '22

they want to use tax payer money to fix their mistakes instead of their own

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u/alilmagpie Halt Me Daddy Aug 11 '22

Where does it say that? This isnโ€™t a DTCC proposal. Self-regulation is not working for the financial industry.

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u/greenthumbnewbie Aug 11 '22

Thereโ€™s no bailouts for self regulated banks. If the DTCC becomes regulated by governmentsโ€ฆ well then you can use taxpayer money to fix the problemโ€ฆ the writing doesnโ€™t need to be on the wall to read the message sometimes buddy

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u/EenAfleidingErbij ๐Ÿ’ฉ๐Ÿคก Please forget about GME ๐Ÿคก๐Ÿ’ฉ Aug 11 '22

it's probably fucked up so bad, they'd rather let the government clean it up

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u/Mash_Effect Aug 11 '22

it's not good or bad. It's fluff.

They want to put 34% of "independent" directors on the board. Directors who are familiar with participant (banks) operations and will not prohibit them to receive compensation from participants (banks).

They also want a "Risk management committee" a board committee to assist the board in discharging its ultimate responsibility. (risk management) Some poor government officials will be sent in the fucking mafia board room so they can take the fallout if things go south.

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u/kcaazar ๐Ÿ’ป ComputerShared ๐Ÿฆ Aug 11 '22

Make it easy on everyone and just confirm youโ€™re begging for a BAILOUT

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u/quadrillionth_beep Aug 11 '22

https://www.sec.gov/news/press-release/2022-138

The Securities and Exchange
Commission today proposed new rules to help improve governance
arrangements across all registered clearing agencies by reducing the
likelihood that conflicts of interest may influence the board of
directors or equivalent governing body of a registered clearing agency.
"I was pleased to support this proposal because, if adopted, it would
enhance governance standards for all registered clearinghouses,
particularly with regards to conflicts of interest," said SEC Chair Gary
Gensler. "I think these rules would help to build more transparent and
reliable clearinghouses. This in turn would help ensure our markets are
more resilient, protecting investors and building trust in our markets."
The proposed rule would establish new governance requirements on
board composition, independent directors, nominating committees, and
risk management committees. The proposed rule would also require new
policies and procedures regarding conflicts of interest, board
obligations to oversee relationships with service providers for critical
services, and a board obligation to consider stakeholder viewpoints. As
it relates to clearing agencies that clear security-based swaps, the
proposed rule would advance the policy objectives of the Dodd-Frank Act
by establishing new requirements for policies and procedures that
require such clearing agencies to identify, mitigate, or eliminate
conflicts of interest and document those actions.
If adopted, the proposed rules would increase transparency of the
decision-making process on clearing agency boards and committees and
improve the alignment of incentives between clearing agency participants
and owners. In particular, the proposed rule would reduce conflicts of
interest, increase the role of independent directors in board
decision-making processes, and help promote fair representation of
owners and participants in the selection of directors.
The Commission previously proposed, but did not adopt, rules
regarding clearing agency governance in two separate releases between
2010 and 2011: proposed Regulation MC, proposed Rule 17Ad-25, and
proposed Rule 17Ad-26. Given the multiple changes that the Commission
has made to its regulatory framework for clearing agencies in the
interim, the Commission is withdrawing these previously proposed rules.
The proposing release will be published on SEC.gov and in the Federal
Register. The public comment period will remain open for 60 days
following publication of the proposing release on the SECโ€™s website or
30 days following publication of the proposing release in the Federal
Register, whichever period is longer.

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u/alilmagpie Halt Me Daddy Aug 11 '22

Retail investors: self regulation is bullshit!! It leads to fraud and opacity!

SEC: ok, solid point. Hereโ€™s a proposal to force them to have oversight.

Retail: no! They are just trying to get out of paying for MOASS!

smdh

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u/karasuuchiha OG ๐Ÿฆformation broker, tag me and ask for DD/Evidence Aug 11 '22

They could just do Moass and then afterwards do the proper changes ๐Ÿค”, guess itโ€™s to risky for them

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u/mclmickey โš”Knights of New๐Ÿ›ก - ๐Ÿฆ Voted โœ… Aug 11 '22

Letโ€™s launch this rocket before they create more rules

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u/shinynewcharrcar Stoned CanadiAPE ๐ŸŸฃ Aug 11 '22

Quasi-governmental?

Most Americans probably think it's already a leg of government.

It sure acts like it is, and certainly lobbies enough to already be considered such.

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u/gnipz Maximus Erectus Jack-Titticus ๐Ÿš€ Aug 11 '22

So, if they are attempting to make the DTCC quasi-governmental, are they really throwing a Hail Mary and hoping to label Reddit users (as in each individual investor) as financial terrorists?

Sound FUDdy as fuck, I get it, but I seriously wouldnโ€™t put anything past these sociopaths. They literally have the same mindset of barons/duchesses/nobles/etcโ€ฆ. โ€œThese plebs ought to be thankful that we offer them a way to save for retirement (401K), but they better not say a word when we pillage their savings due to our greedy, needless thirst.โ€

This is why they HAVE to operate in the shadows. The majority of the human race would agree and say โ€œfuck that sort of person!โ€

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u/throwaway8769910 Kennyโ€™s Mayo Milker ๐Ÿ†๐Ÿ’ฆ๐Ÿฆ Aug 11 '22

ALL APES ASSEMBLE AND COMMENT

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u/distractabledaddy DTCC Musical Shares with Benny Hill๐ŸŽถ Aug 11 '22

oook oook

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u/Whiskiz They took away the buy button, we took away the sell button Aug 11 '22

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u/mexicanred1 ๐Ÿ‡๐Ÿง˜๐Ÿ‡ Aug 11 '22

Always nice to get the DD (Dave & Dennis).

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u/Trollz4fun ALL CAPS GUY Aug 11 '22

WELL THAT'S EASY ALL WE HAVE TO DO IS OVERTHROW THE GOVERNMENT. JUST KIDDING FBI BUT HEY SERIOUSLY LOOK INTO THIS

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u/mattypag2 ๐Ÿ’ป ComputerShared ๐Ÿฆ Aug 11 '22

Just like the Fed is supposedly quasi-government.

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u/Scarethefish Custom Flair - Template Aug 11 '22

There are a lot o' long words in there, Doctor; we're naught but humble pirates.

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u/TappyDev ๐Ÿฆ Buckle Up ๐Ÿš€ Aug 11 '22

this is where the govt sends drones to close out short positions

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u/Ape_GME ๐Ÿฆ Buckle Up ๐Ÿš€ Aug 11 '22 edited Aug 11 '22

So does this make the Fed reserve into a dictatorship over property rights? Does this mean we no longer have democratic laws in USA? How can the Sec have the power to do this?

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u/TattoedBacon ๐Ÿ’ป ComputerShared ๐Ÿฆ Aug 11 '22

Theyโ€™re hoping for a government bailout/pardons/reduced fines/jail time.

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u/El_Dave We choose to go to the moonโ€ฆ -JFK Aug 11 '22

Would the end result be that they become โ€œtoo big to failโ€ and then must get a govt bailout?

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u/stirfriedaxon ๐ŸŽฎ Power to the Players ๐Ÿ›‘ Aug 11 '22

"Yasssss, embrace the short side...nationalize the crime syndicate and it'll attain unimaginable powers" - Darth Shortious probably

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u/sacredfoundry Aug 11 '22

So capitalism is too hard for the ppl who all ready won capitalism. Let's become communist? Wtf is this insanity.

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u/Bad_Karott ๐ŸŽฎ Power to the Players ๐Ÿ›‘ Aug 11 '22

Could be big but even though governmentizing DTCC would make it even harder to defeat.

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u/fellowhomosapien FELLOW APE Aug 12 '22

Finally some good fn food

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u/generic-youth ๐ŸŸฃ URANUS, MYANUS, OURANUS ๐ŸŸฃ Aug 11 '22

They're gonna do whatever they can to stop this from happening.

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u/themadamerican1 TODAY IS MOASS DAY!!! eventually Aug 11 '22

OK. So great... the corrupt institution that self regulated itself will now be regulated by a different corrupt institution of former employees of the original corrupt institution.

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u/failbotron ๐Ÿ’ป ComputerShared ๐Ÿฆ Aug 11 '22

if you're going to post a pic of a tweet then you should post a link to it

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u/Interesting-Clerk-91 Aug 11 '22

We need more eyes on the proposed change to understand it a bit better. We can't go by what Trimbath says. She has been wrong in the past. Burry has been wrong in the past. We need more eyes than just vague twitter statements.

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u/therealthugboat Aug 11 '22

When can we get a few apes into the SEC and high level gov? TAKE EM DOWN FROM THE INSIDE!

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u/TheLightWan ๐Ÿ‹ squeeze me ๐Ÿ‹ Aug 11 '22

It looks like a step towards Communism

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u/FactorHour2173 ๐Ÿฆ Buckle Up ๐Ÿš€ Aug 11 '22

So what can we do to make sure that doesn't happen? Are we able to vote or have a say in this?

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u/buyingthedip ๐ŸŽฎ Power to the Players ๐Ÿ›‘ Aug 11 '22

That good or bad?

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u/chrisc1987 My position is xxx doggy Aug 11 '22

What's the difference? They're all in someone else's pocket.

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u/pkenny72 ๐ŸฆVotedโœ… Aug 11 '22

A lot of big words that I have no idea what it means.

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u/SonicChiliDogFetish Finish the Fight Aug 11 '22

Sounds like they want to cozy up even more to government for their own protection..

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u/Tiny-Cantaloupe-13 ๐ŸŽฎ Power to the Players ๐Ÿ›‘ Aug 11 '22

mrkt is remaking itself for the inevitable crash that is fueled by deregulation we saw pre GFC & again in 2018 - it is not a system that has moral hazard or judicial as financial sector is protected from prosecution

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u/sweetsoftice ๐ŸฆVotedโœ… Aug 11 '22

Imma comment on this. Fuck em

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u/Fr0mH311 Stonkbucket Aug 11 '22

DTCC wants the GOV to hold the bag.

This is the only reason.

So taxpayers gonna hold the bag as always.

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u/danimalDE Aug 11 '22

Private gains, socialized losses.

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u/RESPEKMA_AUTHORITAH Look, I just like the stonk Aug 11 '22

What proposal is she referring to? I haven't been very active this week

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u/kyomoto Aug 11 '22

This post looks more important than the Dave Laurer tweet. With 13k+ upvotes in under 3 hours.

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u/Admiral_pumpkin ๐Ÿ’ป ComputerShared ๐Ÿฆ Aug 11 '22

So the government mafia is agreeing to bail the private dtcc mafia out for a full takeover. Brilliant.

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u/zimmah ๐ŸŸฃ Sanic the Hedgezrfukt ๐ŸŸฃ Aug 11 '22

The only way something can be self regulating is if it's decentralized

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u/burneyboy01210 Apes eat ๐Ÿฟ I'm no Ape. Aug 11 '22

Quasi wozi wozza wobber?

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u/jaapi ๐Ÿดโ€โ˜ ๏ธ Voted. Every. Share ๐Ÿฆ๐Ÿš€ ๐Ÿš€๐Ÿš€ Aug 11 '22

Is this how they try to keep themselves out of jail?

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u/taserednoodles ๐Ÿฆญ Aug 11 '22

Need more eyes on this?