You guys have to watch and comment on this. It sums up a lot of the Goldman Sachs fraud and is a spoof on Blankfein's efforts to tone down purchases made by GS employees. This is a spoof and it has a bit of language, but the "mafia" spoof is really funny: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ONDZr840 … re=related
Personally I've always wondered why it was when guys like Al Capone did what they did, they got thrown in jail and when politicians do what Al Capone did, they get medals and retirement and free health insurance and stuff.
They just have to be hooked up to government. It is called cronyism. Capone only bought the police force. The interational bankers own the Fed, control the treasury, own the politicians and have the same threat of murder and hits that Capone used all too frequently. The bankers just know who to kill and when, selectively.
That's giving them too much credit. If bankers really knew what they were doing, they'd have controlled the effects of flooding the markets with money. Just because these guys have power doesn't mean they know how to use it. Stopping these guys is easy. All you have to do here is enforce the Constitution. The reason we don't is because too many people have been bought off by welfare, our version of bread and circuses. Even these guys, however, can't violate the laws of economics for too long. Sooner or later their efforts rebound on then and destroy all they have build. Just wait and see. I wonder how many banks will be in business in a year or two. It could even by that Goldman Sachs will fall as well, they're hiding an awful lot of stuff in their books for a company that is supposedly doing so well.
by ngureco 10 years ago
Do We Hate the Players or the Game after Goldman Sachs Posting of Richest Profit in 140-Yrs history?
by Susie Lehto 3 years ago
A Milwaukee Police officer shot and killed an armed suspect fleeing from a car on Milwaukee’s North Side. Police said the victim, 23, was armed with a handgun and was shoot dead while fleeing, after a traffic stop. * http://www.milwaukeepolicenews.com/?p=9083The man had a “lengthy...
by pgrundy 10 years ago
Here's the news link:http://dealbook.blogs.nytimes.com/2009/ … n-quarter/BTW today is Bastille Day. Anyone up for dropping by Goldman Sachs just to say hey?Happy Bastille Day Goldman Sachs!
by Jack Lee 3 years ago
Is the 5 Billion dollars fine imposed on Goldman Sachs fits the crime?The government reached a settlement with Goldman Sachs of 5 Billion dollars for deceiving investors about the mortgage derivatives that caused the recession of 2008. As of today, not one person have been charged or gone to jail...
by Deforest 7 years ago
Friday, the 10th 2012, Goldman Sachs was pronounced free of charge! What does that mean? That they were not responsible of their actions during the 2008 crash? Why would the U.S drop the investigations? What does that mean for the future? That they are untouchable? Why aren't the Americans angry?...
by SparklingJewel 9 years ago
just days before the spill....can anyone find more detail on this...?
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