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I just don't understand the hate against him
In a hundred years it's going to be all connected via the Zuckerbergs, Jobs, and the Page's will take over.
What could the Catholic Church and Goldman Sachs possibly have in common? Plenty, argues Stephan Richter, beginning with an unceasing belief in the doctrine of infallibility. In fact, in terms of their internal cultures, one will hardly find another case where two organizations operating in such different environments have had so much in common.
As self-revealing evidence, for starters, look no further than Goldman CEO Lloyd Blankfein’s now infamous remark in a November 2009 interview that his firm, while much maligned by its critics as the root of all evil in finance today, was really doing “God’s work.”
Now, it is also true that the Vatican, unlike the oh-so-venerable investment bank, has not been accused of fraud by the SEC for its malfeasances and malpractices
you guys realize the endgame here? this monopoly thing is gonna reach a crescendo, eventually there will be only one company ruling this planet. glad ill be dead by then