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Friday, November 26, 2010

Goldman Sachs on the Winning Side of the Bet Again!

Who would have thought that Goldman Sachs was instrumental in promoting the Irish bailout? First, Goldman Sachs is appointed "as a primary dealer in Irish government bonds" then, of course, GS suggests that the best scenario for Ireland is to take IMF/EU money to bailout the bondholders. Then we find out that one of the bondholders who will profit by the bailout is Goldman Sachs International!

That seems to be the way the world's financial system is run no matter what country gets into financial trouble. Would it not be better for Ireland to bail out of the EU, re-create its own currency, take its lumps based on its own criteria and avoid the IMF/EU monies and influence on their economy? Again, why are the bondholders bailed out at the expense of the pensions, wages and welfare of the majority of the people of Ireland?

The Irish banks created the financial crisis but all the Irish people must pay for it.

Below is an article about the Irish bailout from The Daily Bail:

« Rothschild Bank AND Goldman Sachs Are Both On The LIST Of Bondholders Getting U.S. Taxpayer Billions In Irish Bailout »

Complete list of bondholders inside, and BBC footage of Sir Eveylyn de Rothschild. The deceased Guy de Rothschild, pictured, no longer exploits the masses for banking profit, but his progeny carry on his legacy effectively.


Scroll down for VIDEO of Sir Evelyn de Rothschild...


U.S. taxpayers finance approximately 20% of the IMF's budget.

Guess what, Ireland. Brian Lenihan and Brian Cowen just sold you down the IMF river. Why? To bail out bank bondholders and giant European banks. Of course! That's what governments are for these days, apparently. And they'll tell you that the bailout policy is all for you own good. And for little old ladies and pensioners and orphans. Just don't tell that to the cancer patients.

Yep, another nation made IMF debt slaves on behalf of the international banking cartels. And Goldman Sachs and Rothschild & Compagnie are on the list.

Check it out below -- Guido Fawkes' blog has acquired the list of Anglo-Irish Bank's bondholders.


From Guido Fawke...

Anglo-Irish Bank did not represent a systemic risk to the Irish economy, it wasn’t a high street bank like AIB or the Bank of Ireland. If it had been allowed to go the way of Lehmans the only losers would have been shareholders and bondholders. The Irish state stepped in and nationalised a bank that was basically run by crooks lending to property speculators.

  • The Irish people are taking losses that should rightly have been shouldered by bondholders.

Every child in Ireland is being bequeathed a huge debt at birth to protect the interests of foreign, mainly German, bondholders – why? Guido was once a bond trader, it was always understood that sometimes the bond issuer defaults.

  • That is the risk investors take.

So why is Dublin’s political establishment so keen to protect foreign investors at the expense of future generations? Guido has obtained the list of foreign Anglo-Irish bondholders as at the close of business tonight. These are the people whom Dublin’s politicians really seem to care about:


Read the entire article here


Anonymous said...

Good question????????????

If Bribery Is Illegal Everywhere...

...why aren't Goldman and the other major banks involved under indictment?

MUMBAI: Institutional investors who subscribed to the qualified institutional placement (QIP) of Money Matters Financial Services are unlikely to recover their investment in the debt syndication company anytime soon, say investment bankers .

Rajesh Sharma, CMD of Money Matters, was arrested by the CBI on Wednesday for allegedly bribing bank officials to get loans sanctioned for some developers. E-mail queries to Fidelity, GMO, Goldman Sachs did not elicit any response, while Morgan Stanley said it “did not comment on market transactions”. Investors also vented their fury on shares of IIFL, the broking firm which had arranged the QIP. The IIFL stock crashed 14% to close at .Rs 92.55.

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