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nside Job is a 2010 documentary film about the late-2000s financial crisis directed by Charles H. Ferguson. The film is described by Ferguson as being about "the systemic corruption of the United States by the financial services industry and the consequences of that systemic corruption." In five parts, the film explores how changes in the policy environment and banking practices helped create the financial crisis.
Originally posted by kn0wh0w
reply to post by WhoKnows100
Excuse me for being mad when these thugs got away with tremendous crimes that left tens of millions unemployed and not only that, it impoverished the poor even more.
I call that human emotion and compassion, it has nothing do with me placing faith in a system and turning to god for guidance.
Please don´t make this into a religious debate and just watch the documentary.
"I walk into Brooksley's office one day; the blood has drained from her face," says Michael Greenberger, a former top official at the CFTC who worked closely with Born. "She's hanging up the telephone; she says to me: 'That was [former Assistant Treasury Secretary] Larry Summers. He says, "You're going to cause the worst financial crisis since the end of World War II."... [He says he has] 13 bankers in his office who informed him of this. Stop, right away. No more.'"
Originally posted by HangTheTraitors
COMBINE the systemic corruption of the United States financial services industry, with the CONSTANTLY-RISING numbers at this link: costofwar.com... and what we have is a NIGHTMARE that we may NEVER escape.
The financial service must be REGULATED BIG TIME, and the WARS must STOP. CONserrvatives dont wish to acknowledge that and just want to CUT and GUT anything for the people while keeping the CASINO and WARS going FULL SPEED AHEAD!!!
SAD, SAD, SAD!!
how the banksters got away with their crimes
Originally posted by moniesisfun
when people are trained by the media to be mindless consumers in a world environmentally gone amuck, what else can be done?? if you can't effectively fight the problem head on, work around it...create another problem to work on a solution for the first