An Alternative To The Official Ponzi Scheme
Posted on October 29 2009 7:05 pm
Galveston, Texas, opted out of the nation’s biggest institutionalized scam, Social Security, years ago and its employees are better off because of it.
On his TV show Glenn Beck facetiously asked the designer of the plan, Rick Gornto, “how insolvent” his “risky scheme” of a privately run retirement plan was.
Gornto said the plan was
very solvent. The funds are protected by the insurance companies that they’re being held by, and audited and regulated by 50 insurance regulators throughout 50 states in the U.S.
The Galveston plan consistently outperforms Social Security.
Beck correctly described Social Security this way:
When somebody takes money from a group of people and they take that money and instead of investing it, they take it and they pay the old investors – that’s called a Ponzi scheme. That is exactly what Bernie Madoff went to jail for and those in Washington are not going to jail for.
Social Security came out of President Franklin Roosevelt’s New Deal, a historic vote-buying expedition from which America has never recovered.
Imprisoned embezzler Bernard MadoffÂ (pictured in graphic at top) seems to have been inspired by FDR.
Through his Social Security-like Ponzi scheme that paid older investors with incoming funds from newer investors, Madoff, a heavy donor to Democratic candidates, also did irreparable harm to the liberal and far-left causes he loved.
Madoff’s $50 billion scam killed the left-wingÂ JEHT Foundation and the Picower Foundation both of which had invested with Madoff’s hedge fund.
JEHT, an acronym that stands for Justice, Equality, Human dignity and Tolerance,Â funded theÂ ACLU,Â the anti-American Center for Constitutional Rights, ACORN affiliateÂ American Institute for Social Justice, Alliance for Justice, and Tides Foundation.
The Picower Foundation, whose billionaireÂ namesake Jeffry Picower was found dead in his swimming pool a few days ago, fundedÂ Planned Parenthood, the Southern Poverty Law Center,Â and ACORN affiliate Project Vote.
Two huge foundations, hundreds, maybe thousands of investors were destroyed when Madoff’s pyramid scheme collapsed.
That was only $50 billion. Social Security is on the hook for $17.5 trillion.
The damage done to people and institutions by the Madoff fraud pales in comparison to what Social Security will do to Americans unless it is reformed.
And don’t even get me started on Medicare: it’s on the hook for a staggering $89 trillion.