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Old 13-10-2016, 06:22 PM   #41
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Chris Bollyn "Zionists Crying Antisemitism More Than Ever To Cover The Horrific Crimes Of Israel!"

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Old 13-10-2016, 06:34 PM   #42
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Chris Bollyn "Zionists Crying Antisemitism More Than Ever To Cover The Horrific Crimes Of Israel!"


Thanks Wave. Chris Bollyn has done some excellent research to uncover the truth of 9/11. He knows the Zionist and Jewish involvement.



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Old 26-10-2016, 03:35 PM   #43
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On May 26, Theresa May in a private speech for Goldman Sachs told that it would be really bad if because of Brexit Britain would have to leave the European Union:
“I think being part of a 500-million trading bloc is significant for us. I think, as I was saying to you a little earlier, that one of the issues is that a lot of people will invest here in the UK because it is the UK in Europe”
“If we were not in Europe, I think there would be firms and companies who would be looking to say, do they need to develop a mainland Europe presence rather than a UK presence? So I think there are definite benefits for us in economic terms”
“There are definitely things we can do as members of the European Union that I think keep us more safe”


So did dictator Queen Elizabeth choose May for Prime Minister to simply bypass the result of the Brexit referendum? Goldman Sachs has announced that May wasn’t paid for her talk: https://www.theguardian.com/politics...s-about-brexit
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Old 26-10-2016, 03:39 PM   #44
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no what he did was take control of the money supply and also he financed both sides in various wars so that europeans had the funds to be able to more effectively kill each other thereby having much more destructive wars then would otherwise have been possible

by controlling the money supply they charge interest on every pound that he and the central bankers create out of thin air. So much of our national debt is from money going to pay interest on loans from them for money that they created out of nothing

but here's the thing...our own government treasury can create money out of thin air...it doesn't need private banker middle men creaming off the wealth of the nation to do it either

president lincoln did just that with the greenback currency so they shot him dead
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Quantitative Easing.
Look it up peeps.
No Joos needed.
Money is easily printed.

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Old 26-10-2016, 04:45 PM   #45
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Quantitative Easing.
Look it up peeps.
No Joos needed.
Money is easily printed.
that's not correct GMP it was the 'joos' (banking fraternity) who printed the money

The rothschilds and other jewish central bankers are behind the quantitative easing

watch the following talk to learn how the jewish central bankers created a central bank in the US and gained control of the country by doing so (they also created the IRS in the same year)

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So Trump appoints an ex Goldman Sachs Jewish banker. Jewish power is not a myth, it's everywhere you look, unless people are so blind they cannot see.

"Steven Mnuchin was born to a Jewish family on December 21, 1962. His father was a banker, a partner at Goldman Sachs, in charge of equity trading and a member of the management committee."



"Steven Terner Mnuchin (born December 21, 1962) is an American banker, film producer, and political fundraiser. He is a former partner for Goldman Sachs for 17 years where he accrued a net worth estimated at about $40 million. He then founded the motion picture firm, RatPac-Dune Entertainment. In 2016, he served as finance chair in the successful Donald J. Trump presidential campaign."

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Not only did Trump appoint Goldman Sachs and Soros Mgmt. Fund , and Skull and BOnes member Steven Mnuchin as Sec. of Treasury.

He is also considering Goldman Sachs President Gary Cohn for a position in his cabinet.
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Old 01-12-2016, 12:22 AM   #48
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The Great American Bubble Machine
From tech stocks to high gas prices, Goldman Sachs has engineered every major market manipulation since the Great Depression -- and they're about to do it again
By Matt Taibbi
April 5, 2010

The first thing you need to know about Goldman Sachs is that it's everywhere. The world's most powerful investment bank is a great vampire squid wrapped around the face of humanity, relentlessly jamming its blood funnel into anything that smells like money. In fact, the history of the recent financial crisis, which doubles as a history of the rapid decline and fall of the suddenly swindled dry American empire, reads like a Who's Who of Goldman Sachs graduates.

By now, most of us know the major players. As George Bush's last Treasury secretary, former Goldman CEO Henry Paulson was the architect of the bailout, a suspiciously self-serving plan to funnel trillions of Your Dollars to a handful of his old friends on Wall Street. Robert Rubin, Bill Clinton's former Treasury secretary, spent 26 years at Goldman before becoming chairman of Citigroup — which in turn got a $300 billion taxpayer bailout from Paulson. There's John Thain, the asshole chief of Merrill Lynch who bought an $87,000 area rug for his office as his company was imploding; a former Goldman banker, Thain enjoyed a multi-billion-dollar handout from Paulson, who used billions in taxpayer funds to help Bank of America rescue Thain's sorry company. And Robert Steel, the former Goldmanite head of Wachovia, scored himself and his fellow executives $225 million in golden-parachute payments as his bank was self-destructing. There's Joshua Bolten, Bush's chief of staff during the bailout, and Mark Patterson, the current Treasury chief of staff, who was a Goldman lobbyist just a year ago, and Ed Liddy, the former Goldman director whom Paulson put in charge of bailed-out insurance giant AIG, which forked over $13 billion to Goldman after Liddy came on board. The heads of the Canadian and Italian national banks are Goldman alums, as is the head of the World Bank, the head of the New York Stock Exchange, the last two heads of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York — which, incidentally, is now in charge of overseeing Goldman — not to mention …

read on here http://www.rollingstone.com/politics...chine-20100405
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goldman sachs funded the 'remain' campaign trying to block brexit

Here is a chart showing their takeover of europe:

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Here’s How Goldman Sachs Became the Overlord of the Trump Administration
By David on 11 January 2017 GMT




http://wallstreetonparade.com/2017/0...dministration/
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So Goldman Sachs financed the remain , yet they are completely behind Trump who was against Remain ?

Doesn't add up. They have all outcomes covered. When will you learn that.

Fake populism is fake populism, financed by the elites.

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So Goldman Sachs financed the remain , yet they are completely behind Trump who was against Remain ?

Doesn't add up. They have all outcomes covered. When will you learn that.

Fake populism is fake populism, financed by the elites.
yes they like to cover all bases

as michael rivero explained in his recent interview with richie allen they paid money to both candidates campaigns but they paid more to hilary

but they like to be able when whoever wins to be able to show the reciepts of their campaign contributions and then make their demands

that is how the corporate cabal operate as john perkins explained. They go to you and bribe you and if you refuse the bribe then they send the jackals in to remove you

once trumps candidacy was sealed they swarmed around him
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So Goldman Sachs financed the remain , yet they are completely behind Trump who was against Remain ?

Doesn't add up. They have all outcomes covered. When will you learn that.

Fake populism is fake populism, financed by the elites.
Goldman Sachs backed Hilary.

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Goldman Sachs Group Inc. has banned all partners from making donations to certain political campaigns, including the Donald Trump-Mike Pence presidential ticket.
http://www.marketwatch.com/story/gol...09-07-91031857

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“I’m supportive of Hillary Clinton,” Blankfein said, according to a transcript provided by the network. “Yes, so flat out, yes, I do. That doesn’t say that I agree with all of her policies. I don’t. And that doesn’t say that I adopt everything that she’s done in her political career or has suggested that she might do going forward.”

Clinton, 68, has been criticized, both in the primary fight against Senator Bernie Sanders and in the general election campaign against Republican Donald Trump, for her ties to Goldman Sachs. She was paid some $675,000 for three speeches to the New York-based bank in 2013, months after she had stepped down as secretary of state.
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Let's get an update from Davide Icke about Goldman Sachs.

In case you don't know, they are a Jewish Investment bank.

PS The Clintons were in their pockets too.






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BUMP

Investment Banks rule the world, not Governments, but people continue to believe in left/right
politics. Big sigh.


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The writer of this article seems to mistakenly believe that the rothschilds and goldman sachs are somehow seperate...

Is Goldman Sachs the new Rothschilds?
March 21, 2018 by IWB
by Martin Armstrong

Many in Germany are up-in-arms over the appointed by Chancellor Angela Merkel of Jörg Kukies who will become deputy finance minister in her new coalition government. Kukies will take over the responsibilities for financial markets and European policies at the Finance Ministry. Virtually every position in the key financial markets in Europe and American are all coming from Goldman Sachs. There is something seriously wrong. Such people do not leave the highest paying jobs to work for peanuts. There has NEVER been any investigation of former Goldman Sachs people who take strategic government positions and alter policy only to leave. Robert Rubin ushered through the repeal of Glass Steagall and the resigned. Hank Paulson saved AIG whose default would have taken down Goldman while he eliminated two top Goldman competitors over who there was the authority to bailout – Lehman and Bear. There was no authority to bailout an insurance company operating in London no less to skirt US regulation. Even the seizure of our company, Princeton Economics, was run by a court-appointed receiver who was a full-time board member of Goldman Sachs – Alan Cohen.

It would be very nice if someone si9mply conducted an investigation to see what perks these people collect after they leave government service. But why should anyone do that? Everyone in Washington and the Department of Just Us dream of getting a job at Goldman. Yet Goldman is going just too far. Their “former” people seem to be controlling the world financial system. Why is that so many people come from the same firm? Nobody will investigate because Goldman is simply one of the too big to jail and otherwise known as the Untouchable.

It seems like it’s only a matter of time before the conspiracy theories finally give up on bashing the Rothschilds and open their eyes to who really has the power to be a mover and shaker. When Goldman broke ground for its new building, just look at the politicians kissing ass from Mayor Bloomberg and Governor Pataky to Chuck Schumer and Hillary Clinton all right there with Hank Paulson. And people asked why Goldman donated to Hillary and not Trump when she pretended to be for the people and against bankers?
http://www.investmentwatchblog.com/i...w-rothschilds/
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Fed Inspector Turned Whistleblower Reveals System Rigged For Goldman Sachs
by Tyler Durden
Fri, 10/12/2018 - 19:25

Five years after we first reported on the "Goldman whistleblower" at the NY Fed, Carmen Segarra, the former bank examiner is out with a new book based on more than 46 hours of secret recordings.

"Noncompliant: A Lone Whistleblower Exposes the Giants of Wall Street" is a 340-page exposé which vastly expands on the breadcrumbs Segarra has been dropping since word of her recordings first came to light, according to the New York Post.

Segarra was a former bank examiner who looked into Goldman Sachs for the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, and claims she got fired in 2012 after making too much noise about Goldman’s alleged conflicts.

The New York Fed has often been blasted for its lackadaisical approach to overseeing banks leading up to the 2008 financial crisis. Its last president, William Dudley, was named in 2009 after spending 21 years at Goldman. But Segarra’s book claims that the problem persisted for years after the crisis, with regulators happy to act on the banks’ behalf.

“We want [Goldman] to feel pain, but not too much,” her boss — who goes by the pseudonym Connor O’Sullivan in the book — told her, Segarra claims. -NY Post

The recordings were made over a seven month period while Segarra worked at the New York Fed. Neither Goldman nor the NY Fed have disputed the authenticity of the tapes.

Central to allegations of shady reglulation was a 2012 deal in which energy giant Kinder Morgan would acquire rival El Paso Corp. for $21.1 billion - a deal which Goldman advised both sides of, while "its lead banker advising El Paso, Steve Daniel, owned $340,000 in Kinder Morgan stock" according to the Post.

That didn't matter to newly minted CEO David Solomon, who took over for Lloyd Blankfein last week.

"A conflict is a perception, OK, of something that could affect the advice you’re giving, the judgment, et cetera," said Solomon during a secretly recorded meeting with the New York Fed. "Our job … is to discuss those things and to work collectively with [clients] to decide whether or not those perceptions inhibit us."

Solomon made the comments after Delaware Judge Leo Strine referred to Goldman's double-dealing in the Kinder - El Paso deal "disturbing" and "tainted by disloyalty" when he reluctantly OK'd the deal (and despite a class-action lawsuit brought by El Paso shareholders, alleging that the deal was designed to benefit Goldman). The shareholders ultimately won a $110 million judgement, wiping out the $20 million it would have collected in fees.

Segarra describes the New York Fed as "conflict-ridden, with regulators trading on inside information from bankers they're supposed to keep in line," writes the Post.

When Segarra told one unnamed colleague that insider trading was illegal, he quipped, “Not if you don’t get caught,” according to the book.

Another boss, Michael Silva, pushed Segarra to gloss over the fact that Goldman didn’t have a written conflict-of-interest policy, she claims. Silva, who now works in private practice, declined to comment.

Goldman spokesman Jake Siewert denied impropriety, telling the Post that "For decades we have had a dedicated team that reviews potential transactions to assess both potential conflicts and client sensitivities given the broad reach of our client franchise," and that "the firm takes that responsibility seriously, and the head of that group sits on our most senior leadership team."

Segarra's new book isn't the only bad press Goldman has received recently - after the New York Times reported in September that Solomon urged James Katzman, a former Goldman banker, to drop 2014 complaints that other traders tried to milk him for inside information. Solomon chalked Katzman's concerns up to nothing more than "the way Wall Street worked."

Goldman calls the exchange a miscommunication.

Meanwhile, the New York Fed says of Segarra's claims: "We continue to categorically reject Ms. Segarra’s allegations from her brief seven-month tenure as a junior examiner almost seven years ago," according to spokeswoman Andrea Priest, who added that "the staff of the New York Fed work diligently and with the utmost integrity in the fulfillment of their responsibilities."

Then again, Goldman is paid a $50 million penalty to settle accusations that former banker Rohit Bansal took New York Fed analyst, Jason Gross, to Peter Luger Steak House in Brooklyn - while receiving secret examination documents in return. Both men received probation and paid fines.
https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2018-...-goldman-sachs
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The system isn't just rigged for Goldman Sachs, but for all the big banks.

Our legal system defends the big criminal banksters and our politicians wouldn't risk the millions they can get in speaker and consultancy fees from the big corporations to do something for the people that voted for them: https://forum.davidicke.com/showthread.php?t=322944
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The system isn't just rigged for Goldman Sachs, but for all the big banks.
the same families own the shares and occupy high up positions across all the major corporations not just banks

for example the guys behind the four biggest banks in the US also own the 4 biggest oil companies
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the same families own the shares and occupy high up positions across all the major corporations not just banks

for example the guys behind the four biggest banks in the US also own the 4 biggest oil companies
There are a handful of investment funds - of which BlackRock and Vanguard are by far the largest that completely own the economy: https://forum.davidicke.com/showthread.php?t=319891

Now "they" only have to control these investment funds and effectively our "capitalist" freedom is that we have the "choice" between the one company owned by these investment funds or the other...

But it's not easy to find "evidence" on who effectively controls these investment funds - Royal families, Rothschild, the Jews, the Vatican, the freemasons.
Maybe it's more important to be able to find "evidence" that our "democracy" is controlled by a handful of funds than make claims on who these people are (who control everything).
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