Friday, May 18, 2012

You Can Always Spot a Soros Controlled Protest....

when protesters who couldn't tell the difference between a put option and a call option decide to call for a tax on, of all the possible taxes in the world, a tax on financial transactions, which would benefit George Soros directly by eliminating traders who cut into his profits.

AFP reports on today's protests at the NATO Summit in Chicago (my bold):

The impromptu -- and unsanctioned -- marches were a mostly cheerful and disorganized affair, though some bandana-clad marchers chanted obscenities about the police and used sticks to drum on lamp posts. 
They began after groups of protesters left a formal rally in which hundreds of nurses wearing Robin Hood hats and red t-shirts demanding "an economy for the 99 percent" pushed for a tax on financial transactions such as stock trades.
A formal rally demanding a financial transactions tax at a protest against NATO?

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