This is a topic that presents a very big question. Just how powerful is Goldman Sachs? Start surfing the Internet and you will be shocked to see how many former Goldman Sachs executives are in involved in government and banking and running companies that we depend upon for our very lives.
By the way, that's just not here in the U.S. but around the world, with former Goldman Sachs executives involved in places that you need to scratch your head and ask . . . a lot of questions.
I would like to assemble a comprehensive document of who, when, where and what in regards to Goldman Sachs executives leaving Goldman Sachs to infliltrate government, banking and corporations. So if you have info or link, please email me Mike@GoldmanSachs666.com I will assemble the information, post it here periodically and eventually put an online book on the Internet for free distribution and no copyright restrictions. It will be a benefit for everyone, and it may slow down some of the nonsense we see day, after day, after day . . . that will eventually send us into a deep, violent, worldwide Depression.
Maybe, just maybe, we can at least expose the root of where things started, and just how well Goldman Sachs profited from our downfall as a country . . . and a world that is rushing off a very steep cliff.
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