Goldman Sachs Rules Wall Street & The World
But back to Goldman Sachs and world domination. We must make sure that the protests on Wall Street shall not be in vain, though the powers that be will do everything they can to try to make all citizenry efforts of correction fruitless. Our fellow American's should not suffer the slings, arrows and pepper sprays in vain.
Laser's Personal Battles Against Goldman Sachs and Gangs
For a decade now, I have been fighting Goldman Sachs, Mitt Romney's BAIN and their attorney's. Though I am in the valley of financial death's doorway, my hope is renewed with anxious fever of the mere possibility that justice may come. Goldman Sachs attorney's were forced in my case to confess to supplication of more than 15 written false affidavits to the court. After all, Martha Stewart went to jail for one verbal lie - shouldn't Goldman Sachs attorneys, as officers of the court, face much harsher penalties for lying to a court and deliberately killing a public company?
Though MNAT, (Goldman Sachs's Delaware law firm) has managed to thus far escape culpability for their scheme and artifices to defraud, they have bled somewhat, at times. Scott Bloch, the Department of Justice Office of Special Counsel witnessed the FBI raiding and arresting himfor destroying case files. We also found out that Goldman Sachs law firm was not being investigated by the Delaware US Attorney, despite confessions to acts of Perjury and Fraud, because the US Attorney was a former partner of Goldman Sachs law firm MNAT (see former US Attorney Colm Connolly's resume (here)). Though Colm Connolly has not been held accountable for this major ethical violation and betrayal of his oath and the public's trust, he was prevented from becoming a Delaware Federal District Court Judge (here)).
As is easy to see, Goldman Sachs walks around immune from prosecution or even verbal reference by the main stream media. We all have recently heard the issue of the $500 million dollar loan to the Solar company in Silicon Valley - Solyndra. What most are not aware of, is the fact that Goldman Sachs carved up the $10 million dollars in fees on obtaining Solyndra that loan. According to this Bloomberg story (here), Goldman Sachs was "the" financial advisor for Solyndra as the Bloombery article denotes that;
You would also think the firm's reputation police would put the kibosh on Solyndra, too. But Goldman, which Solyndra credited as the exclusive financial adviser on its Treasury loan application, kept the firm as a client through thick and thin.
But the bubble of protection for Goldman Sachs could be bursting. Despite the fact that the SEC is under investigation for extremely bad ethics in the Madoff debacle. Mary Schapiro, as head of the SEC, has just hired a Goldman Sachs's gal to head one of the SEC divisions. Everyone knows something funky is afoot when a person leaves a $50 million dollar per year job and goes into heading up a Government agency in charge of regulating securities transacted by Goldman Sachs - but we all sit idle by in abject curious silence watching.
Meanwhile, Goldman Sachs CEO Blankfein has deemed it appropriate to hire a personal criminal defense attorney, as is denoted by the Los Angeles Times story (here). Sachs CEO Blankfein purportedly has much to lose. But in the overall scheme of things, does he have any more to lose than you or I? If he loses $10 million here or there, he will not have another island in the Pacific. When you or I lose $10,000 - we lose our house and car. The news of Blankfein hiring a criminal attorney sent Goldman Sachs stock downward;
Investors were rattled by news that Blankfein had hired a lawyer. Goldman shares, which had barely moved all day before the news, plunged and finished the day down $5.25, or 4.7% at $106.51. The stock fell further in after-hours trading.
Goldman, the most envied name on Wall Street, has been under intense public scrutiny since the financial crisis because of the record profit it generated at a time when the national economy was still struggling.
Rolling Stone's Matt Taibbi reports that the SEC has been destroying files
Helping foster the civil unrest throughout America, on Wall Street and globally, is the fact that the powers that be keep rubbing our noses in the mud, while we are down and then talk to us as if we are stupid. When my face is full of the manure you are shoveling upon us - it is intolerable to expect my ears to be able to swallow your verbal crap too.
Fortunately, along with the citizen activists and journalists, including people like Larry and Mike at GoldmanSachs666.com , there's also radical nationally known journalists like Matt Taibbi, who has the tiger Goldman Sachs' by the tail and won't let them go. In one of Taibbi's more recent stories, he points out the fact that the SEC has been destroying case files for nearly 20 years. Including Madoff case files. In his story Matt Taibbi remarks that;
This is a different world, one far friendlier to lawbreakers, where even the suspicion of wrongdoing gets wiped from the record.
That, it now appears, is exactly how the Securities and Exchange Commission has been treating the Wall Street criminals who cratered the global economy a few years back. For the past two decades, according to a whistle-blower at the SEC who recently came forward to Congress, the agency has been systematically destroying records of its preliminary investigations once they are closed. By whitewashing the files of some of the nation's worst financial criminals, the SEC has kept an entire generation of federal investigators in the dark about past inquiries into insider trading, fraud and market manipulation against companies like Goldman Sachs, Deutsche Bank and AIG.
and Taibbi continued
With a few strokes of the keyboard, the evidence gathered during thousands of investigations "18,000 ... including Madoff," as one high-ranking SEC official put it during a panicked meeting about the destruction has apparently disappeared forever into the wormhole of history.