True Lies: The Financial Press Just Admitted The Markets Are A Sham

By James Corbett

Sometimes the truest of hard truths are to be found smack dab in the middle of the fakest of fake news. You just have to read between the lines.

Take a recent story that bubbled up amid all the hype about the all-time record highs in the “What Could Possibly Go Wrong?” manipulated stock markets. You might have seen it. It was reported all over the usual MSM dinosaur fake news financial press outlets.

Here’s the headline that the mother ship of the banksters’ fake news press, the Financial Times, ran with:

“Nervous investors put the Bank of Japan in the spotlight”

And here’s the NY Times formulation:

“Investors Spooked at Specter of Central Banks Halting Bond-Buying Spree”

And, perhaps most telling of all, this hot take from perennial market pimp CNBC:

“Investors fear after Japan move the last of the global market ‘punch bowls’ are being taken away”

The global market “punch bowls?” That sounds like a Corbett Report headline, not something from CNBC. So what’s going on here?

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