An Elitist Warned: Wallstreetbets Could “Take DOWN The System”

by | Feb 1, 2021 | Headline News | 10 comments


The system of centralized totalitarian control over the population is crumbling before our eyes, and one elitist has already warned that should Wallstreetbets continue, they could take down that whole system.

The “heavy hitters” (the billionaires, trillionaires, and rulers of the globe) in traditional finance have been concerned about the recent stock market action fueled by Redditors. The elitists are playing defense while the public finally gets off its knees and proves what a scam and slavery system this rigged monetary scheme propped up by government is.

This week a Goldman Sachs executive warned that if these short squeezes continue it could “snowball through the market.” Moreover, Interactive Brokers founder Thomas Peterffy made similar comments this week saying these types of systemic risk can “take down the entire system, theoretically.”

Estimates assume that short-sellers have lost “$70.87 billion from their short positions,” according to statistics from the financial data analytics firm Ortex.

An analysis from Zerohedge discloses that Melvin Capital lost a whopping $7 billion during the first month of 2021. “Melvin Capital lost 53% in January, as Gabe Plotkin (a former SAC Portfolio Manager), lost over $5.3 billion in one month,” the report noted. –

The financial newsdesk has also been reporting on another WSB (Wallstreetbets) trend taking place during the last week as short squeezers want to squeeze the silver market. One thread on r/wallstreetbets suggested that the power of the masses could squeeze the price of silver from $25 to $1,000.

The power of the masses is often disregarded, but the tyrants will soon realize people are waking up to the evils of government and central banking.

“In the 24 hours proceeding Friday market close, SD Bullion sold nearly 10x the number of silver ounces that we normally would sell in an entire weekend leading to Sunday market open,” the finance reporter disclosed. “In a normal market, we normally can find at least one supplier/source willing to sell some ounces over the weekend if we exceed our long position (the number of ounces we predict we will sell over the weekend).”

Have people finally realized that it’s us vs. them? It’s the masters vs. slaves.  The ruling class vs. the peasants? Here’s hoping!

Government is slavery. Taxation is theft. Central banking is a scam. COVID-19 is a hoax. Democracy is mob rule. Voting doesn’t matter.

Have you figured it out yet?

The solution is to take down this oppressive slave system and live freely and voluntarily with each other. We do not need rulers and masters. Remember no one has any right to rule you no matter how many others voted for it.  This is why voting does not and will never matter when a new king is chosen. No masters and no slaves. Abolish the last two forms of slavery for good: government and centralized banking. It’s up to us.


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    1. SlackMavo

      either you allow

      rigged elections

      rigged markets

      rigged commerece

      rigged communication

      rigged monetary policies

      or we take our toys and go home


    2. Anonymous

      Metals are rigged too. Not sure they will be able to manipulate silver any higher than the COMEX will allow.

      The rules will change midstream same as they did for Wall Street Bets and same as they did when the Hunt brothers tried to corner the market in silver. The rules on margins were changed when they saw the Hunt brothers were succeeding. They couldn’t raise the cash to cover.

      The COMEX controls the silver market. If you look closely at those contracts, they are allowed to settle in FRNs, rather than metal, should they decide to.

      Max Keiser had a movement about 10 years ago to get all his listeners to buy silver in order to crash JPMorgan. It didn’t work then, either. Now JPMorgan owns more silver than anyone in the world. Whoever owns the biggest pile makes the rules.

    3. jakartaman


      The most beautiful sentence written for our times.
      “Government is Slavery, Taxation is thief, Central Banking is a scam, Covid-19 is a hoax, Democracy is mob rule and voting does not matter”

      That’s all folks

      Thank you
      Now what do Patriots DO??

      • Bill

        That is about the most succinct comment I’ve seen in a while. Brief, but puts into perspective what is now the reality of things. I would also add the incessant wars and foreign deployments, hyper / super concentration of wealth, and masses of useful idiots hellbent on destroying a free society.

      • Darth Skippy

        Look for timing and synchronicity, which are signs of intelligent life.

      • Anonymous

        They post.

    4. Anonymous

      hmmmm…paper vs metal?

      I thought “paper covers rock”?

    5. Anonymous

      Take down the system? Like 2008? Who caused that?

    6. Darth Skippy

      Bubblegum rock with female vocalist —
      Cartoon animals, behind the wheel, sneeze on the windshield, so run over humans, crossing the street.

      “…these types of systemic risk can “take down the entire system, theoretically.”

      Theoretically, a system of checks and balances offers an equal-but-opposite outcome, for every transaction.

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