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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

Wednesday, March 2, 2011

Stories From ""...More Exposure of Truth

So many of us have been fighting this war against injustice in our financial system and our government. The Daily Bail is one of these fighters attempting to inform the public to the many crimes and injustices that have brought all of us "average" Americans to our knees.  Yet, with all the noice on the web from bloggers like us and Daily Bail, I fear the overall reaction by our politicians (complicit in all this wrong doing), our law enforcement community starting with the U.S. Attorney General's office (present and past who are also complicit) and our judicial system - very much complicit - is I SEE NO EVIL, I HEAR NO EVIL, I SPEAK OF NO EVIL and I CERTAINLY WILL TAKE NO ACTION AGAINST ALL THIS EVIL that only you, the average American sees, feels, hears and is experiencing.

I must admit, for those many of us who have spent the past several years swinging a sword it appears not to have even caused a scratch anywhere.  The rampant criminal activity continues with no prosecutions, charges or even allegations by our leaders and lawmakers.

I believe we are being told to "suck it up" as they continue to rob us blind not only through our financial system (with the Federal Reserve leading that charge) but through our stomachs with rising food prices.  Through our mobility and ability to go to and from work with the rising gas prices and with the overall increase in almost every product, we as Americans, require to survive.

Of course, we are told we have no inflation yet food and fuel prices are not calculated into our so called national inflation figures.  We are told that unemployment is decreasing as those still unemployed but off of the unemployment roles are not counted.  In reality, unemployment is more then double what is being reported to us by our government.

It is important that we pass the word areound and continue this fight against corruption and injustice.  The Daily Bail says:
Editor's Note:  We need your help to create awareness.  Please share our stories and videos with as many people and in as many places as you possibly can.  Our only realistic chance of stopping the heist will come as a result of the effort that we all put into this endeavor.  Click here for the most important video we've ever published.  Post it all over the internet.  Making a small effort will make a difference.  Thank you!
Yes, we must continue to spread the truth.  I have always maintained and still do maintain that "Together We Can Make A Difference".

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Thank you for readership.  I hope you find the Daill Bail's links below informative. To view each article simply click on the title.
Interview was recorded Friday, two days before the Oscar win for Inside Job. PBS Video - Director Charles Ferguson with Charlie Rose - Feb. 25, 2011 "The systemic corruption of the United States by the financial services industry..." Though he's cognizant of the fraud, with measured stupidity...
Video:  Hank Paulson with Jim Lehrer -- Defending TARP Transcript is below. Watch how neatly the narrative changes, from buying toxic assets - the Federal Reserve and Fannie & Freddie would eventually assume that responsibility - to capital injections and common stock purchases. ...
Video - Brad Sherman exposes Paulson If you want to know why we're posting this clip, see the description for this...        
Originally published in September 2010. GE CEO and board member of the New York Federal Reserve Jeffrey Immelt: "Save us, Hank!" --- Last night (just for kicks), I watched the BBC documentary from last year on the fall of Lehman and I was struck by two things.  First, the "credit was...
One requirement of the Dodd-Frank Financial Reform bill is that the big banks are required to file resolution plans, or "living wills," outlining how they could be broken up in the event of failure.  In her interview today with Reuters, FDIC chair Sheila Bair says that some of the large,...
Inside Job Trailer: Iceland and $124K of nothingness. Mishkin will live to regret the day he agreed to this interview. --- Here's the official trailer...   From the archives... Mishkin: Don't Kid Yourself, The Fed Might Not Raise Rates For Years   Mishkin Says Economic...
Video - Feb. 28, 2011 - Text below is from RT Amateur video emerged on Monday purporting to show the aftermath of a skirmish that happened late last week between troops loyal to Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi and rebel forces at Misrata airport. The video accessed via Youtube is thought to have...
Further reading... Larry Summers and the Subversion of Economics (must read from producer) Bank Bosses Should Go After ‘Massive Fraud,’ Filmmaker Says (Bloomberg) Read the reviews Cannes 2010: ‘Inside Job’ -- WSJ Interview with Director Charles...
Video - Inside Job director, Charles Ferguson, at the Oscars - Feb. 27, 2011. Charles Ferguson's brilliant film on the financial crisis won the Academy Award last night for Best Documentary Feature.  In itself, the Oscar represents a win for the anti-bailout movement, but Ferguson seized the...


Anonymous said...

Look how fast this guys ass ended up in jail...kind of makes you wonder what the hell they do over there?...he steals code...straight to jail....goldman steals billions via aig etc....NADA HAPPENS!

Judge Unexpectedly Imprisons Ex-Goldman Programmer
A federal judge has unexpectedly locked up the former Goldman Sachs programmer found guilty of stealing the investment bank’s computer code.

The Goldman executive, Sergey Aleynikov, had been on house arrest pending sentencing in a few weeks. But after the government warned he was a flight risk, Judge Denise L. Cote imprisoned Mr. Aleynikov, ruling that there was not “clear and convincing evidence” that he was not likely to flee the United States

He is set to be sentenced on March 18. The government is pushing for Mr. Aleynikov to serve between 8 and 10 years.

Anonymous said...

Maybe everyone should just stay home in protest!

Wall Street prospers, Main Street suffers

Anonymous said...

Isn't this the same guy that made a bundle on Goldman?

The same guy pawned off as the godfather of capitalism? well maybe they got the godfather part right...and you have to ask why no one is in jail?

Where's The Oracle Of Omaha's Ethics?

Who is Clayton Homes? One of the largest mobile home builders in the United States, owned by Berkshire Hathaway. Warren Buffet's company.

Nice job Warren. This is what now passes in the United States as "ethical and honest business practice", and makes you someone worthy of a full morning-show appearance on CNBS yesterday?

The jury disagreed with the "ethics" of your company's actions and now a judge has confirmed it.

Funny how this judgment was released on the 28th, but there was no mention of this little ditty yesterday during your love-fest on CNBS

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