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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

Thursday, November 4, 2010

Additional Lists About Goldman Sachs

The second half of the video below has some interesting information about Goldman Sachs. The video mentions an organization called the powers that be-which has compiled lists that help define the power and pervasiveness of Goldman Sachs's people.

For example, one list is of Government Officials with Ties to Goldman Sachs (a list we are familiar with on this blog); another, Hedge funds started by former Goldman Sachs executives. Elsewhere on the site, is a list of Bubble Barons (50), i.e., "American multi-billionaires who saw astronomic gains in wealth during the housing bubble. Culled from Forbes 400 wealthiest Americans lists." On that list are four Goldman Sachs guys: John Paulson, Daniel Och, Eddie Lampert and Peter Kellogg.

You can sample all the lists here

You can view the video here


Anonymous said...

As in Ireland so it is in Greece...Max tells it like it is...

Today In Athens: Firefighters Brawl With Riot Police And There Are Bombs Everywhere

Anonymous said...

This is the reason no one is in jail!!

Here's the deal folks.

The banksters asset-stripped the public. Twice. The first time in the 1990s with the Internet bubble, the second time in houses. If you bought a home from 2003 onward you got screwed. It doesn't matter if you were a good borrower or not - you overpaid. American business was also asset-stripped. We covered this by shipping our labor off to China, India and Vietnam.

During the last part of the 2000 decade, the Federal Reserve, Bank Regulators, Government and the Banks themselves were all in on it. We know this. We know it because Citibank's former Chief Underwriter has testified to it under oath. It is not speculation or mathematics, it is admitted fact. This was an intentional, malicious act that involved government and finance. Your "representatives" didn't represent you, they represented the banks. They acted as guards not of your wealth, but instead they held you at gunpoint while the bank robbed you. This is the proximate cause of the market and economic collapse - your productive wealth was literally stolen through these frauds.

JR said...

I've just watched a video from Boston University with Bill Moyers speaking at the Howard Zinn Lecture. It is well worth watching because of his call to massive demonstrations against government, the supreme court and the financial system. Struggle is the only way to get justice, he says.

See it here:

I also learned a new word, "plutonomy" which was invented by Citigroup. This is scary stuff because it shows that government and the banks are in cahoots with each other to make the top 1% of the wealthy even richer by taking away the rights and savings of all the workers. Citigroup names the countries that are becoming plutonomies as the US, the UK and Canada.

See the document here:

JR said...

That "plutonomy" link should be:

Anonymous said...

Battered Obama took part in a 'cover up', says ex-regulator

Following the Democrat Party’s drubbing in mid-term elections, outspoken former regulator Bill Black takes aim at Barack Obama’s “disastrous” response to the financial crisis

Anonymous said...

This is really pitiful. That guy from Little Sis seems spectacularly uninformed. Keiser is full of hot air as usual. I really don't know why you give him air time.

JR said...

Keiser should be given air time even when he gets carried away because hardly anyone is talking about the fraud that is going on in the banking system. Sure sometimes he gets carried away emotionally, but how else can anyone get attention paid to the real crimes being committed in the financial system? I would rather listen to Max than all the politicians in Congress!

Anonymous said...

Conspiracy Theory' episode featuring GATA is posted at YouTube

The episode of Jesse Ventura's "Conspiracy Theory" program on the TruTV network that was broadcast Friday and featured GATA Chairman Bill Murphy has been posted in three parts at YouTube. U.S. Rep. Ron Paul, the Fed's most informed critic in Congress, also has a big part in the program.

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