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arkygirl
"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."

The Great American Bubble Machine
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h gosh
AND, Goldman Sachs is responsible for the EU financial crisis by helping Greece hide its debt.  I was going to post links, but there are so many of them, you can just "Google" Goldman Sachs and Greece and spend the afternoon reading.
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Worried About Us
We are all at the mercy of these huge banks. Everything from food prices to oil prices is manipulated by them one way or another.

This article is scary. They are still building bubbles and the rest of us get yanked around and stripped of wealth every time they pop another one. They have a lot of bubbles going at the same time.

It seems there will not be any financial stability here or anywhere on earth as long as these beasts exist. It does not matter how much you save for your old age when they are capable of lowering the value of those dollars at will.

So why is the government so interested in keeping them going? How long will America tolerate these parasites? What do we need them for besides to funnel money to the rich...oh, answered my own question. Never mind.

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arkygirl
Do the Greeks "Get it" better than the Americans?

Bomb Goes Off Outside JPMorgan in Athens
February 17, 2010

After spending the past few weeks rocking the world's financial markets over its debt woes, it was Athens itself that got rocked by a bomb blast outside a JPMorgan Chase office in the historic city.

Sources confirmed to The Post that a small to midsized explosive went off late in the day yesterday on the street, but that no employees were hurt.

"We have two employees at that facility and both were unharmed," said a JPMorgan spokesman who declined to say whether the bank was beefing up security at its offices in Greece.

Another source said that the two JPMorgan staffers were at work when the explosion occurred, but added that the force of the bomb wasn't great enough for either employee to have directly felt its effects.

The blast comes just days after reports that JPMorgan, Goldman Sachs and other banks may have played a role in creating the current sovereign debt crisis looming over a number of European countries by selling to those nations products which helped them spend beyond their means.

A JPMorgan spokesman declined to comment on the bank's sovereign financing business. Goldman officials also declined to comment.

While no one has yet claimed responsibility for the blast, the explosion happened against a backdrop of increased frustration across Greece amid signs that the Greek government will be slashing costs in an effort to avoid a financial collapse.


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