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Friday, April 10, 2009

U.K. Telegraph Not Afraid to Bump Up Against Goldman Sachs

NOTE: The U.K. Telegraph is the only main stream media to run something about Goldman Sachs' threat to file a lawsuit against me. That's pretty standard for the U.S. press and media to ignore the stinky and powerful Oger in the room. In fact, the U.S. main stream media, with a few exceptions, only runs stories about Goldman Sachs that seem either written by or approved by the Goldman Sachs Public Relations Department.

Why have none of the major papers or news programs not dared to ruffle a feather at Goldman Sachs, when this company is ripe for reporting. A simple look at who comes out of Goldman and where they go is enough to make for a full length movie. In any event, here is the U.K. Telegraph article . . .


Goldman Sachs hires law firm to shut blogger's site

Goldman Sachs is attempting to shut down a dissident blogger who is extremely critical of the investment bank, its board members and its practices.

Full Article - Click Here

21 COMMENTS:

John Galt said...

Why no MSM coverage? Because as one of the largest shareholders in the Federal Reserve, GS carries as much weight as the IRS and can break those outlets.

Gordon said...

The Murcun Sheeple ought to ask themselves why Goldman Sachs was not allowed to fold like Lehman Bros. -- Maybe because their ex-employees now work @ the Treasury Department..? Handy!

donplaypuks said...

Keep at it 666!

Heh, heh, heh! What has Goldman Sachs god to hide to threaten legal action against you?

They should welcome public views about them when they have taken billion of $ of Taxpayers' money. I remember them predicting oil would hit US$105 about 2 years before the current run up to peak at $140. Was this not a self-serving
'prediction' with voodoo economics, bag-of-bones and tarot cards all thrown in. Scurrilous is a word that springs to mind!

All this talk about 'protecting our intellectual property' is plain bullshit! If you are clean and as transparent as you claim to be, you don't need to take a sledgehammer to a fly.

Wake up Goldman Sachs and find out how detested you might be to the rest of the world as well and start changing your 'We Are God' approach!
http://donplaypuks.blogspot.com

Anonymous said...

That's so true. I've not seen a single negative news piece regarding Sax's involvement in the financial crisis....in fact, I've barely seen any financial crisis news that involved them at all.

Anonymous said...

Someone needs to remind GS about your right to free speech. Last time I looked the U.S wasn't a fascist state.

Something to hide? This smells so bad I can't believe your own countries' media are ignoring it.

MikeCann said...

Keep it up! The media and the politicians pretend blogs don't count but they all read them! I lost count how many politicians and reporters have quoted back mine. Keep it up.

kris said...

http://iaindale.blogspot.com/2007/09/in-support-of-tim-ireland-and-craig.html

it only seems like yesterday when a russian thug got a law firm to throw its weight around...

24AheadDotCom said...

The weak link in this site is Google. Export your entries to Wordpress or, if you want a full CMS, Drupal. Then, get your own hosting.

Anonymous said...

Congrats, your blog has been linked to in a story on /.

(I hope your hosting server doesn't get too hammered!)

Anonymous said...

Well, then, the Telegraph wrote about the blog and the potential lawsuit. "The Streisand effect" is, well, starting to take effect. It obviously never fails. Perhaps a Digg-button on your blog would be a good idea, if you want to harness the power of "Anon".

Anonymous said...

The Financial Times Alpaville blog, also mention the GS lawsuit:

http://v2.ftalphaville.ft.com/blog/2009/04/09/54634/a-litigious-goldman-sachs/

terrorpatriot said...

To fully comprehend the global nature of the elitist control we are witnessing here you must dig deeper. Goldman Sachs and our Central Government are only pawns and overseers of this American Plantation.And it's economic slaves are called Democrats and Republicans.We need a house cleaning revolution not a bunch of silly tea parties.TP. www.terrorpatriot.blogspot.com

Anonymous said...

Great publicity. I can't believe for a minute that the officer at Sachs who decided on the letter/litigation strategy has his head on straight. You are getting worldwide publicity because of the decision to send you the lawyer letter.
What a hoot.

Anonymous said...

I support and respect what you doing with this blog, my thoughts on the companys that are being given bailout money because they are too big to fail is that they have too much power and are monopolistic. I hope that you are watching your back and that you don't coincidentally start to receive IRS audits.

Anonymous said...

Keep up the good work and keep on exposing these crooks. Peace from New Zealand.

Esol Esek said...

I just found a link to this story through Yahoo news...if this takes off in the MSM, what will happen? Will the DOJ get involved? Will Obama be forced to respond? Will there be a Woodward/Bernstein to dig into the smelly stench?

Oscar said...

i found the link via daytraders.org chat. Word seems to be getting around

Retired Marine said...

Here is a great link for King Henry, it puts everything in perspective. www.answers.com/topic/henry-paulson

Great job Mike!! Why can't we start a class action suit against GS? And Paulson clearly acted as if he had a vested interest in GS or else he would not have allowed the banks to proceed with their reckless greed...he needs to be in jail.

cornelius said...

you have my support, i will follow you with intrest, keep up the good work, my ears are on the ground.

ireland

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