Re: US Senate Finance Committee Chairman Charles Grassley Claims Many Airlines Are Going To Go Bust.
Say you have a healthy public company
with 1,000,000,000 shares outstanding
and trading at $60 per share, giving it
a market capitalisation of $60,000,000,000.
Now the banksters deliberately hatch a plan
to create a future cash flow crises so they can
scoop the company.
Load the company up with unbearable debt,
say $20,000,000,000 that can't be reasonably
serviced from existing cash flow. You create
a cash flow crisis and the stock tanks to
$.50 per share, giving a market capitalisation
of $500,000,000 followed by Chapter 11 bankruptcy filing,
and temporarily suspended from trading stock.
Now the investment banksters and their lawyers convert the debt to
shares at the price of $.50 per share,
and immediately thereafter consolidate the shares
100 old shares for 1 newco share. On the first day of trading
you will have a stock with 410,000,000 shares outstanding,
97% owned by banksters, trading at $50 per share,
giving a market capitalisation of $20,500,000,000.
Because the company has no debt, it'll probably
trade at $75 per share on first new day of trading,
giving a market capitalisation of 30,750,000,000.
The fractional reserve banksters didn't even
have to use all their own money, they just created
most of it out of thin air.
Now they own the majority of the company,
its assets, and a healthy balance sheet.
The plan worked for the banksters. Poor suckers
those original public shareholders, some who bought
at $60 per share and now get one newco share for each
100 old shares.
Now this is a greatly simplified example that could
have 101 twists to it, but you should
get the general idea. The stock was crashed on purpose for an agenda.
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