Goldman Sachs not sorry for role in economic crash
Goldman Sachs is back. This time, they are not at the door asking for handouts to shine their guilded toilet fixtures. They are on a public relations mission to recover their image. Perhaps, they shouldn't have claimed they were doing God's work as they plundered billions from public coffers to save themselves if they cared about public perception.
These new-age robber-barons have been manipulating the US economy for their own benefit since the Great Depression. As the recent housing bubble crashed harder than most expected, Goldman Sachs got a soft landing with the help of their friends in the Bush administration, whilst many of their competitors were torpedoed.
Goldman's new HQ. (Wikimedia commons)
Like any organization that thrives in the shadows, Goldman Sachs does not like having the spotlight on their activities. After their CEO slipped up and showed the height of their arrogance by admitting that he believed they were doing God's work, they ceased cooperating with the media.
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