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Bill Black and Matt Taibbi on Bankster Fraud

Amy Goodman interviewed Black and Taibbi on Democracy Now! If you missed it, it is posted on the DN! website in 2 parts, which you can see here:

Part 1:

Part 2:

They begin with an “epic” take-down of Obama’s replacement for Timmy Geithner. Get ready for more special deals to keep fraudster banksters out of jail. Also note the hilarity of claiming this guy will make a great Treasury Secretary because he ran three budget surpluses in a row! That destroyed the economy! And went from there to Citi, to preside over one of the most fraudulent banks in the years leading up to the crisis. Great Choice!

One Response to “Bill Black and Matt Taibbi on Bankster Fraud”

Thomas FisherJanuary 12th, 2013 at 7:42 pm

Immorality woven into the tapestry that makes claim to being the "moral majority"? An equivalence found as the "tapeworm society" that Catherine Austin Fitts speaks of. Another equivalence can be found in M. Scott Peck's book "People of the Lie". Consider Ehich Fromm's book "Escape From Freedom"; Mike Wallace interview 1958 <youtube> Dr. C. G. Jung's "The Undiscovered Self" in which Jung underscores the central fear {anxiety} in all individuals which acts as a barrier from which most of humanity shrinks away from. Dr. David R. Hawkins's "map of consciousness" begins in an emotional circle <AGFLAP> which constitutes what he has referred to as the "box" in which most of humanity expends the entirety of their life experience because the next cog of the map constitutes the necessity of attaining "courage" sufficient to transcend the herd tendency to cling. Being such, humanity becomes the toy {goyim} for the managers of the zionist, underscored by remarks such as Lloyd Blankfein when confronted "doing god's work!" And I suppose one could add, "while raping everything and everyone." Hawkins also suggested that the { AGFLAP} as being equivalent to the product of the conditioning of the consumer mentality. Enough.
Also check this very nice reporting by James Corbett about the "BBC".

God, grant us the courage to change the things we can.