As delivered to POTUS, Patrick Byrne, Mike Flynn, & Sidney Powell. The Chief of Staff was not able to block this one.
FULL COLOR CARTOONS INCLUDED. Letter size for maximum effect. A collector’s item.
Wall Street has stolen over $100 trillion dollars from Main Street over the past fifteen years. They have also laundered over $100 trillion in dirty money from trafficking in children, drugs, and other contraband.
This means that there is $200 trillion in illicit wealth all of which is confiscatable by the President via civil and criminal forfeiture, without trial.
#MAGA is assured. This memorandum is worth $100 trillion to We the People. Share it broadly, please.
Subject: Immediate Opportunity to Confiscate $100 Trillion from Wall Street
29 December 2020
Sydney Morning Herald,
Australia has become a paradise for a new, aggressive form of short selling. And regulators’ failure to act is costing investors billions.
Dubbed the “short and distort” gang, a group of largely foreign-based research houses issue highly damaging reports, designed to cause maximum damage to the companies they target.
Institutional Investor, 30 November 2020
More than a dozen short-sellers interviewed by Institutional Investor in an effort to penetrate this murky terrain say there are numerous players and various permutations of the model that may involve the sharing of ideas and research along with either a cut of the gains on the short trade or a set fee. In fact, some short-sellers believe that almost all of the activists have such backing — even those running small hedge funds themselves.
Founder & Chief Investment Officer at Safkhet Capital
Born in the USA to Bangladeshi parents. Left PhD track to do research at Deallus Consulting. Recruited by Michael Krensavage to be a short seller.
Central to the short selling of both Valeant and Wirecard. Has enjoyed a massive media elevation with no inquries into her connections to naked short sellers who destroyed both Valeant and Wirecard.
Comment: There is a new layer of naked short sellers and bashers on Wall Street that is connected to India, Pakistan, and Bangldesh. They are the new gang in town.
Safi Thind, SquareMile, 7 February 2020
“Valeant had a certain reputation within the industry,” she says. “I knew it was already engaged in unethical, potentially fraudulent practice. Pharmaceuticals are a very established industry, when someone tries to disrupt it and post unusual numbers, there’s probably something wrong.”