He is right on target as are some of the other reporters her quotes and refers to.
Frankly, I don't think the war is over. I feel there is an undeclared truce but that truce will be broken by the banksters of Wall Street in the not too distant future.
Even with this worthless SEC settlement, more truth is coming forth. Truth of corruption, deceit, illegal activities and a total lack of moral business-tude that placed profits at a much higher level then humanity itself.
If Wall Street were a storm, it would be like a combination of the Tsunami in Thailand, the earthquake in Haiti and Hurricanes Katrina and Andrew(that hit South Florida in the 90's). If Wall Street were to be compared to a military action it would possibly be a very close cousin to the bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, Japan. A harsh comparison, I know, but those disasters took the lives and properties of millions while Wall Street has taken the livelihoods of millions, leaving many homeless, unemployed, broke and without hope of the future. They have left a path of destruction unequaled in the financial history of the modern world.
No, this "War" is not over. It won't be over until the likes of companies like Goldman Sachs, JP Morgan and their fellow banksters are brought to justice. It won't be over until those "mortal" men who run these companies - dictate their direction and policies - are also brought to justice for their acts against mankind. They are after all "War Criminals".
So if you want to "fight the power," the time for organizing and educating is here, with a vengeance. Don't let it slip away. - Danny SchechterThe "War" On Wall Street May Be Over: Who Won?
News Dissector Danny Schechter made the DVD "Plunder the Crime of our Time," a film on the financial crisis as a crime story, now showing on LINK TV, (Plunderthecrimeofourtime.com) Comments to firstname.lastname@example.org