Wednesday, August 22, 2012


This striking video is a sad commentary on the "Class of 2016".

Is this what our social construct will look like in years to come when "Our Betters" choose to disavow the rule of law, and "Our Dedicated Representatives" in Washington turn a blind eye, or blatantly break the laws themselves?

Jon Corzine, in a bid to rebuild his image and engage his passion for trading, is weighing whether to start a hedge fund, according to people with knowledge of his plans. He is currently trading with his family’s wealth.
(sic)...Yeah right!
Read more:
Business Insider

Our government’s extended protection of MF Global’s Jon Corzine – the former $ trillion taxpayer-funded Goldman Sachs bailout Chief – will most likely eliminate the threat of all criminal charges against one of the largest Ponzi ‘artists’ to walk the face of the earth.

And with Feds ‘quietly’ bailing out the likes of Harley-Davidson, Verizon, Toyota, Citigroup, Bank of America, Swiss-based UBS, Britain’s Barclay and countless others – not to mention ‘secretly’ putting Americans on the hook for over $250 trillion (with a ‘T’) in global derivatives – they simply can not afford to let US taxpayers pullback the curtain on one of their ‘wizards’ operating freely in the land of make-believe.

Let’s review, shall we? And just ignore the Geithner connection…or not. But whatever you do, ignore the Eric Holder MF Global connection: HERE

Between 2008 and 2010, Goldman Sachs sent billions of American taxpayer dollars to 32 entities, including many overseas banks, hedge funds and pensions – as reported by the Senate Finance Committee. Asked about the significance of Goldman’s ‘disclosed’ global recipient list (under threat of subpoena), Senator Chuck Grassley stated, “We thought originally we were bailing out AIG. Then later on…we learned that the money flowed through AIG to a few big banks, and now we know that the money went from these few big banks to dozens of financial institutions all around the world.”

At the discretion of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York which was led at the time by Timothy Geithner the current U.S. Treasury Secretary. “I think it proves that he knew a lot more at the time than he told,” Grassley said. “And he surely knew where this money was going to go.”
  • 2008 – Bear Stearns – $30 billion
  • 2008 – Fannie Mae / Freddie Mac – $400 billion
  • 2008 – American International Group (A.I.G.) – $180 billion
  • 2008 – Auto Industry – $25 billion
  • 2008 – Troubled Asset Relief Program – $700 billion
  • 2008 – Citigroup – $280 billion
  • 2009 – Bank of America – $142.2 billion
Read more at Sad Hill News


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