Discussion in 'Economy' started by JimH52, Dec 17, 2011.
Who owns America? Hint: It's not China – Global Public Square - CNN.com Blogs
•Hong Kong: $121.9 billion (0.9 percent)
•Caribbean banking centers: $148.3 (1 percent)
•Taiwan: $153.4 billion (1.1 percent)
•Brazil: $211.4 billion (1.5 percent)
•Oil exporting countries: $229.8 billion (1.6 percent)
•Mutual funds: $300.5 billion (2 percent)
•Commercial banks: $301.8 billion (2.1 percent)
•State, local and federal retirement funds: $320.9 billion (2.2 percent)
•Money market mutual funds: $337.7 billion (2.4 percent)
•United Kingdom: $346.5 billion (2.4 percent)
•Private pension funds: $504.7 billion (3.5 percent)
•State and local governments: $506.1 billion (3.5 percent)
•Japan: $912.4 billion (6.4 percent)
•U.S. households: $959.4 billion (6.6 percent) I bet it was much higher before the concocted crash of our realestate
•China: $1.16 trillion (8 percent)
•The U.S. Treasury: $1.63 trillion (11.3 percent)
•Social Security trust fund: $2.67 trillion (19 percent)this is why they want to raid our SS system
someone wants the American people to lose their stake in this country so they can have it.
There is no SS Trust Fund. Payment to SS recipients come from current tax payers. What is it now, about 3 taxpayers to every SS recipient?
They're names are Loyd Blankfein and Jamie Dimon and they work for JP Morgan and Goldman Sachs (who own the President and our Congress). Why do you think they never do what we want?
Do a little research about them. You might actually wake up.
So what we got is this thread--
--with a link to CNN,
--that has quotes from Business Insider,
--with a busted link to the Treasury Dept.Anyone here interested in a link to an actual Treasury Dept. listing of foreign debt holdings?
We all live in a global economy.
Separate names with a comma.