No Justice

Thoughts by Goldbuggal

Gerald Celente is spot on .. as usual. I, too, would like to see some heads roll, but our insane grubbymint asylum is being run by the inmates. They couldn’t find that Goldman Sachs did anything wrong to bring down the economy? Jon Corzine couldn’t find any of the $1.6 billion in segregated funds that he stole .. and he’s running around free? Whaaaat? Oh, I forgot .. they’re too busy arresting kiddies running “illegal” lemonade stands and stuffing the lucrative, private jail system with pot smokers.
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Gerald says we should watch what happens in Europe on September 12, which will determine the future of the Eurozone, the sovereignty of the member nations, and whether or not they will have a central bank fashioned after the Federal Reserve. I guess they’re not done robbing the Europeans yet.
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Goldman Sachs SHORTED 1 Day Before Gulf Rig “Sinking?”

Goldman Sachs Reveals it Shorted Gulf of Mexico

NEW YORK (The Borowitz Report) – In what is looming as another public relations predicament for Goldman Sachs, the banking giant admitted today that it made “a substantial financial bet against the Gulf of Mexico” one day before the sinking of an oil rig in that body of water.

The new revelations came to light after government investigators turned up new emails from Goldman employee Fabrice “Fabulous Fab” Tourre in which he bragged to a girlfriend that the firm was taking a “big short” position on the Gulf.

And, what is this….? http://www.thestreet.com/story/10735330/goldman-emails-boast-of-housing-shorts.html

NEW YORK (AP) — Emails released Saturday morning show top executives at Goldman Sachs(GS) boasting about the money the firm was making as the national housing market collapsed in 2007.

The emails suggest Goldman benefited from its bets that securities backed by subprime mortgages would lose value.

“Of course we didn’t dodge the mortgage mess,” CEO Lloyd Blankfein wrote in an email dated Nov. 18, 2007, according to the emails released Saturday by the Senate’s Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations. “We lost money, then made more than we lost because of shorts.”