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Blogger To Offer 666.com Franchise Giving Banks The Demonizing Treatment!

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posted on Apr, 18 2009 @ 10:59 PM
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Blogger Mike Morgan has launched a webiste goldmansachs666.com demonizing Goldmans Sachs, and now he is planning on expanding his 666.com "treatment" to other banks, including JPMorgan Chase & Co., Pacific Investment Management Co., Wells Fargo & Co., Bank of America Corp., and Morgan Stanley and Citigroup Inc., both of New York.

www.goldmansachs.com has had 236,000 plus hits since opening on March 26, 2009.

to Mike Morgan!


With all of the frightening numbers being thrown around these days — five million jobs lost, an 8.5% unemployment rate — no numerical value conjures up evil more effectively than 666.


Mr. Morgan says he hopes to inform readers about Goldman Sachs’ role in the economic crisis through blog posts and comments....
Mr. Morgan and a team of volunteers are looking to expand their critique of the financial industry by franchising their 666.com brand.

He posted a list of links to upcoming sites that are in development to give other large financial institutions with the 666.com treatment, including JPMorgan Chase & Co., Pacific Investment Management Co., Wells Fargo & Co., Bank of America Corp., and Morgan Stanley and Citigroup Inc., both of New York.

He hopes to write a book entitled, "How Goldman Sachs Destroyed the World" from information gathered through Goldmansachs666.com, according to the site.

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posted on Apr, 19 2009 @ 09:28 AM
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Some really interesting stuff pertaining to this story;
Goldman Sachs threatens blogger over demonic domain name.


Morgan agreed to answer a few questions about Goldman Sachs, the TARP and the ongoing financial crisis.

Mike Whitney: Is Goldman Sachs trying to shut down your web site?

Mike Morgan: Yes

MW: Why?

Morgan: The legal answer to that would be . . . you need to ask them the question. I would think it is because we are exposing the truth . . . and the truth hurts.

MW: Have you libeled them or published privileged information?

Mike Morgan: No.

MW: Could you tell us something about yourself so that readers can trust your criticism of G-Sax?

Morgan: I am 53 years old and believe all of the answers for how we should live are in the Bible...God gave David the choice of paying the consequences at the hands of David's enemies or at the hand of God. David chose God's consequences. Hank Paulson and the thousands of wicked men like him deserve the wrath of the millions of lives they have destroyed. We must go after the crooks and make them pay the consequences for their greed and the total disregard for anyone other than themselves. We need to start with Hank Paulson, who as CEO of Goldman Sachs, was more responsible than any 10 men combined, for the violent Depression we are about to enter.


www.counterpunch.org...

Morgan is uncompromising on the site in his criticism of the financial giant. "I believe this company is evil and should not exist. We need to begin to break up companies that have as much control over world finances as Goldman Sachs," the site says.

He has responded by filing a suit whose aim is to assert his right to use the domain goldmansachs666.com. "David didn't beat Goliath by waiting till Goliath threw the first punch, so we thought that strategy worked pretty well and we decided to follow it," he said on the site.


www.theregister.co.uk...

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posted on Apr, 19 2009 @ 10:43 AM
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...Morgan: I am 53 years old and believe all of the answers for how we should live are in the Bible...


Unfortunately, that's how far I could read/go...

man... the story was quite interesting, until they drag religious fanaticism to the deal... what a shame.


Peace



posted on Apr, 20 2009 @ 12:52 AM
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Like you, Goldman Sachs wants this man and his ideals to fade away.
Maybe GS will beat Mike Morgan and his www.goldmansachs.com...
though he is giving them a fun for thier money. I personally think it is high time someone did...and I back him all the way. I think he needs to hire a few body gaurds, and keep an eye on his back!

I dont have a problem with this man getting his ideas from the Bible...why is it not the source of the idea of the number of the beast...666?



posted on Apr, 21 2009 @ 02:01 PM
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As Schopenhauer once wrote: "The Truth always passes through three stages ~ First, it is ridiculed; Second, it is violently opposed and Third, it is accepted as being self-evident"

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But first the truth must be shot, like an arrow, on its flight and if it has merit ~
many other hands will guide it towards its target which in this case is Goldman Sachs.

Goldman Sachs is the definitive financial GOLIATH and registered investment advisor and blogger Mike Morgan is the diminutive DAVID...
www.opednews.com...




posted on Apr, 22 2009 @ 11:02 AM
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Wait...

What I meant is not that I don't think we should protest against the corporate evil of this world... we MUST, actually... but:

A person who needs a GUIDE to rule his life, needs a wake-up slap (figurative speaking, please) to life.
Someone who takes ANY text blindly and believes "all of the answers for how we should live" are in there, needs to be taken with caution.. at least.


Basically, he is saying: "you don't need to THINK how to live your life... just follow this program and all will be fine"....

Come on, now... "deny ignorance", anyone?

Peace



posted on Apr, 22 2009 @ 11:08 AM
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Originally posted by Sator

...Morgan: I am 53 years old and believe all of the answers for how we should live are in the Bible...


Unfortunately, that's how far I could read/go...

man... the story was quite interesting, until they drag religious fanaticism to the deal... what a shame.


Peace


Yep-- that's where I stopped, too. Shame, because it was really getting good and I thought this guy was on to something. As you said, once "they drag religious fanaticism to the deal" I'm out.



posted on May, 25 2011 @ 07:15 AM
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The man was simply explaining where he got his motivational insights from. A man might need some hope beyond the visible realms when he is taking on the Beast of the super-banks.

Dragging poorly-thought-out atheism or Christian-bashing to the fore is an inappropriate response to the excellent actions this man is taking ON OUR BEHALF, and to which BurnTheShips has tried to draw our collective attention.

(SARCASM FOLLOWS, just so we're clear...)

Congratulations to the two members who posted anti-religious sentiment earlier on this page - you have probably been the driving force responsible for the lack of attention received by this thread. As such, the blogger himself may have missed out on some much-needed support from sympathetic ATS members.
Cheers.
( /sarcasm )

Bigotry swings both sides of the religion / atheism divide...

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Incidentally, the Bible is not one book - it's a collection of writings. Bible literally means 'A book or collection of writings' usually relating to specific religious beliefs or extreme specialisms in some complex field of work/study (as in, the 'AutoCad Bible'). Some books are included while others are omitted - some writings were deliberately destroyed, manipulated or hidden away until some future time.

I'm a Christian, though not a typical fundamentalist. I test out my beliefs in experience, and I take everything I read with a careful pinch of salt, to fully discern the esoteric or hidden meanings (as well as the literal meanings).

Every scholar knows that It's important to take special care when assessing the legitimacy of the claimed source texts or knowledge base. Even in the Bible, such a level of discernment is necessary, because of the way The Book has been handled and translated by the ruling religious authorities over the centuries.



posted on May, 25 2011 @ 07:22 AM
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Agreed.

Nothing against the idea of what the man is doing. However, I don't wish to know his personal religious beliefs.



posted on May, 25 2011 @ 08:38 AM
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So the guy thinks Goldman Sachs is evil, and is planning on distributing information to the masses about how corrupt our banking system really is, and because the guy chooses to follow the Bible somehow his message is wrong and unimportant?

So this guy reads and believes in the Bible...so what? Until he declares himself responsible for ushering in the Rapture, I see no reason why being lead by faith and reaching the conclusion that many of us have -- that our banking system is destroying this country and robbing us all blind only to further line their own pockets -- makes him wrong?



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