[ChickensCoupe] PPT will have to swing into action Wed

Inside scoop on the Plunge Protection Team
There are just four people who control all of the U.S. markets through
their use of dangerous and explosive DERIVATIVES. They are risking the
assets and retirement funds of all Americans. Because of their
manipulations, especially since 2001, U.S. financial markets are now
based on the gambling whims of a special fraternity of Federal
Government DERIVATIVE dealers.

This group is known among Wall Street as the Plunge Protection Team
(PPT). Their "official" role was to prevent another 1987 "Black
Monday". They have the entire U.S. Treasury at their disposal to
manipulate the markets through DERIVATIVES (futures options). In other
words, they are using the assets behind the U.S. Treasury to rig the
prices of commodites (gold, currencies, etc.) and stocks.

This is the whole enchelada

This fraternity comprises of Fed Chairman Alan Greenspan, the
Secretary of the Treasury, and the heads of the SEC and the Commodity
Futures Trading Association. It works closely with all the U.S.
exchanges and Wall Street banks, including the largest DERIVATIVE risk
holders Citibank and JP Morgan Chase.

Few people are aware of Executive Order 12631 signed by Ronald Reagan
on March 18, 1988. In a nut shell, this is the "authority" behind the
four dictators and the [sic] "laws" and "regulations" that have backed
their casino-style DERIVATIVE gambling spree since 2001. Here are some
highlights of this Executive Order to ponder:

Executive Order 12631 - Working Group on Financial Markets - Mar. 18,
1988; 53 FR 9421, 3 CFR, 1988 Comp., p. 559.

"By virtue of the authority vested in me as President by the
Constitution and laws of the United States of America, and in order to
establish a Working Group on Financial Markets, it is hereby ordered
as follows:

Section 1. Establishment. (a) There is hereby established a Working
Group on Financial Markets (Working Group). The Working Group shall be
composed of:

(1) the Secretary of the Treasury, or his designee;
(2) the Chairman of the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve
System, or his designee;
(3) the Chairman of the Securities and Exchange Commission, or his
designee; and
(4) the Chairman of the Commodity Futures Trading Commission, or her


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