Banks buy and sell money . If a banker is paying one percent for money and selling it for 12 percent, he or she is making 1200 percent gross profit, not 11 percent as most people think. If you buy something for one dollar and sell it for twelve dollars the gross profit is twelve hundred percent no matter what the good or service is. If a supermarket paid one dollar per pound for hamburger and sold it for twelve dollars per pound, you could easily see that the gross profit would be twelve hundred percent. The banks are no different; it is still twelve hundred percent gross profit. If you can’t see it, get hold of both ears and pull; then go back to school and learn third grade math. Help get this message out and invite your friend to visit the Internet Free Press. Any charge for money for over 10 percent ought to be illegal. Banks, credit unions, big insurance corporation, and all other lending institutions are paying 0.25 percent for money and charging more than 20 dollars per hundred which is 8000 percent gross profit. It is like paying 25 cents for a candy bar and selling it for $20.00. Where is the News Media?
OCCUPY THE STREETS WHERE THE PRESIDENTS OF WALL STREET LIVES, AND WHERE THEIR LACKEYS OF CONGRESS LIVES. IT WILL BE MORE EFFECTIVE THAN DOWN TOWN STREETS.