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According to the Collins English Dictionary 10th Edition fraud can be defined as: "deceit, trickery, sharp practice, or breach of confidence, perpetrated for profit or to gain some unfair or dishonest advantage".[1] In the broadest sense, a fraud is an intentional deception made for personal gain or to damage another individual; the related adjective is fraudulent. The specific legal definition varies by legal jurisdiction. Fraud is a crime, and also a civil law violation. Defrauding people or entities of money or valuables is a common purpose of fraud, but there have also been fraudulent "discoveries", e.g. in science, to gain prestige rather than immediate monetary gain
*As defined in Wikipedia

Monday, May 31, 2010

Lord Blankfein's Kingdom

Max Keiser swings his video sword at Lord Blankfein's Kingdom

Part 2


Anonymous said...

These guys are above the law...

Our President is of course relaxing in Chicago, the seat of corruption in which Mayor Daley appears to have committed an act of felonious assault:

Daley picked up a bayonet-equipped rifle and told the Chicago Reader reporter, “If I put this up your butt, you’ll find out how effective it is. If we put a round up your, you-know. . . .”

Was Daley arrested? Nope. But a man in San Jose, California, who left a phone message at Daley’s office containing the precise same threat is now facing extradition to Chicago – to face charges of threatening a public official.

If that’s not one of the clearest statements yet about how there are two bodies of law – the law on the books that applies to all “ordinary people”, yet which does not apply to any public official or Wall Street Bankster, including Mayor Daley, Congress or even the President, I don’t know what is.

Anonymous said...

And we criticize 3rd world governments!

Michael Lewis Summarizes Financial Reform Infiltration

To: Wall Street chief executives

From: Your man in Washington

Re: Embracing the status quo

Our earnings are robust, our compensation has returned to its naturally high levels and, as a result, we have very nearly regained our grip on the imaginations of the most ambitious students at the finest universities — and from that single fact many desirable outcomes follow.

Thus, we have almost fully recovered from what we have agreed to call The Great Misfortune. In the next few weeks, however, ill-informed senators will meet with ill-paid representatives to reconcile their ill-conceived financial reform bills. This process cannot and should not be stopped. The American people require at least the illusion of change. But it can be rendered harmless to our interests.

Anonymous said...

Bin Laden Says He’s ‘Professionally Envious’ of BP
‘I’ve Got to Step Up My Game,’ Says Madman

THE BOROWITZ REPORT - In a new video that is light on his usual threats but heavy on admiration, Osama bin Laden admits that he is “professionally envious” of oil giant BP’s massive oil spill, saying that it puts his efforts to create destruction and chaos to shame.

“There are times in an evildoer’s life when one has to stand back and admire a job well done,” Mr. bin Laden says in the video. “BP, you blow me away.”

The Al-Qaeda mastermind adds that his first thought upon seeing BP’s spill was, “Man, I’ve got to step up my game.”

Mr. bin Laden claims in the video that he rarely feels envious towards other evildoers, but says he likes “to use that energy to push myself to be the best terrorist I can be.”

As for the envy he felt after seeing BP’s handiwork, the madman says, “I haven’t felt this way since the whole Toyota thing.”

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