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Solidarity Borinquen: Wall Street Degenerate Gamblers, Derivative Terrorists and the Havoc They Wrought ~ The Ghion Jour

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The gale winds and the utter destruction unleashed by Hurricane Maria upon the devastated island of Puerto Rico had nothing on the monster storm that developed in Manhattan and crushed San Juan and beyond starting last decade. While we Americans felt the dizzying pinch of the 2008 economic collapse, Puerto Rico—more than any other state or American territory—felt the full brunt of the fury. In what can only be described as an act of state sponsored terrorism, our Federal government came to the rescue of degenerate gamblers who imploded our economy and empowered them to keep betting on exotic derivatives and repackaged debt.

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