Facebook Problems

First posted
Tuesday January 8, 2012 07:35
Updated
Tuesday January 15, 2013 09:54

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Tuesday January 15, 2013 09:13

Complaint.

http://www.prosefights.org/facebook2/complaiant.htm#complaint


Saturday January 12, 2013 11:56



'I understand that sending friend requests to people I don't know isn't allowed on Facebook' was never check' for reason never done.

Appropriate action must be taken with Facebook. The log!

Invisibility means that the liberal arts 'educated' can get away with theft of our $22,036. Facebook matter must be pressed for this reason.













http://www.prosefights.org/facebook2/facebook2.htm










Serious government misconduct including stealing $22,036 from our insured Sandia Laboratory Federal Credit Union retirement-protected saving accounts and genocide is revealed on Internet.

Facebook appear to try to limit our exposure. Decrease our visibility.

But the feds are not only creating individual zombies, they are also creating corporate zombies. An obvious example: “green” energy. Without subsidies, loan guarantees, tax benefits and direct giveaways, the industry as we know it would not exist. Nor would the ethanol industry in the Midwest. Nor the security industry in the Northern Virginia suburbs of Washington, DC.

The financial industry too, as we know it, would not exist either. Much of it would have been swept away in the financial storm of 2008-09. That story is well-known, but not well understood. Most people believe the authorities acted heroically, saving the nation from a depression. But what the authorities really did was to take the public’s money and give it to cronies on Wall Street in order to prevent them from suffering the losses they deserved. The government transferred nearly $2 trillion in various forms from the public purse to the pockets of the financial industry. With that kind of backing, most of the old investment firms survived. The new ones that might have replaced them never saw the light of day.

Bill Bonner
The Daily Reckoning
Monday January 7, 2012

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