Yep, our government is now infested by the evil banker elite and their army of sell-outs:
So what? Recent headlines say it all:
- Wall Street Aristocracy Got $1.2 Trillion in Fed’s Secret Loans
- Wall Street firms donated $11.2 million to members of debt ‘super committee’
- SEC Destroys 9,000 Fraud Files Involving Wells Fargo, Bank of America, Citigroup, Goldman Sachs, Credit Suisse, Deutsche Bank, Morgan Stanley, Lehman
- The Real Reason the SEC Has Been Shredding Documents For Decades
- Matt Taibbi: How The SEC Covers Up Wall St. Crimes
- KLEPTOCRACY RULES – William Black With Max Keiser On The Lack Of CRIMINAL Prosecution For Corrupt Bankers
- Police Raid Offices And Seize Documents From Lawyers Suing Banks For Mortgage Fraud
- S&P Board Fires CEO For Telling The Truth, To Be Replaced With COO Of Citibank
- Goldman Sachs VP Changed Name, Now a Top Congressional Staffer
- Goldman VP Peter Haller Changed Name, Now A Top Congressional Staffer To Darrell Issa Working To Ease Dodd-Frank Derivatives Requirements On Goldman Sachs
- Nancy Pelosi Heckled At Town Hall Over Debt Bill: “Sell-Out”
- Pentagon to cut pensions for veterans
Hear Ye, Hear Ye! Note the lack of shock and disgust in all those reports about the Wall Street Aristocracy getting a secret $1.2 trillion boost from The Bernank. We are so shell-shocked by the level of corruption that we no longer react – it is not news, just more of the same. (Source)
This Much I Know Is True: The Obama administration will not hold bankers accountable. For anything. No matter how egregious. And there will be no help for families destroyed by the housing collapse if doing so would harm Wall Street. That’s why Geithner told Andy Cuomo (then NY AG) not to prosecute bankers for fraud. And that’s why the administration is working feverishly to force the 50 states to accept a settlement with the banks that amounts to a get out of jail free card. (Source)
lol! Even supposed whistle-blower, WikiLeaks, gets in on the fun of protecting the banksters: WikiLeaks Spokesman Shredded 3,500 Unpublished Docs
Former Rep. Paul Kanjorski (D-Pa.) issued a stark warning about the government’s inability to rein in the growing power of multinational corporations. “Because [corporations] have become so international and global in nature, it’s highly questionable whether governments can actually control corporations to a sufficient degree to prevent them from controlling governments,” said Kanjorski, who served for 26 years in the House of Representatives. (Source)
Ever Wonder Why the Real Estate Market Was Crashed?
Answer: To set up the
Oligarch Welfare Program following:
Via: The Street:
The largest transfer of wealth from the public to private sector is about to begin. The federal government will be bulk-selling the massive portfolio of foreclosed homes now owned by HUD, Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac to private investors — vulture funds.
These homes, which are now the property of the U.S. government, the U.S. taxpayer, U.S. citizens collectively, are going to be sold to private investor conglomerates at extraordinarily large discounts to real value.
You and I will not be allowed to participate. These investors will come from the private-equity and hedge-fund community, Goldman Sachs and its derivatives, as well as foreign sovereign wealth funds that can bring a billion dollars or more to each transaction.
In the process, these investors will instantaneously become the largest improved real estate owners and landlords in the world. The U.S. taxpayer will get pennies on the dollar for these homes and then be allowed to rent them back at market rates. (Source)
Here we finally see the hidden motivation and the real purpose of crashing the real estate market, using it as an excuse to force people out of their homes–all the better to grab their homes.
Ahem, why not just give the discount on the homes to the folks who live in them?
Don’t ask silly questions.
As always, profit before people.
- Smell a Coverup? (fellowshipofminds.wordpress.com)
- Rolling Stone: Is the SEC Covering Up Wall Street Crimes?
- Senator Grassley’s Letter to the SEC
- SEC may have destroyed documents