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Obama and Holder Let Gangsters Pay Fine, Continue Business As Usual

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posted on Nov, 20 2013 @ 09:58 PM

“The Obama administration has assessed a total of $28 billion in penalties against the Dimon mob, with no discernible effect.”

Imagine if Charles “Lucky” Luciano and his “Commission” representing the five reigning New York Mafia families plus the Chicago mob had been immune from law enforcement meddling in their activities, from the establishment of the “Syndicate” in 1931 to the present day. By now, Luciano’s gangster heirs would be the unchallenged rulers of economic and political life in the United States and, by imperial extension, the entire capitalist world.

JP Morgan chief executive Jamie Dimon is the man Lucky Luciano dreamed of becoming. A friend and golfing partner of President Obama, Dimon sits at the top of the ruling financial pyramid whose “commissioners” include the heads of Bank of America, CitiGroup, Wells Fargo, Goldman Sachs and Morgan Stanley. Their syndicate owns the cops, prosecutors, judges and major political parties and is, therefore, immune from criminal prosecution: the true “Untouchables,” too big to jail. So big, it will require a revolution to dislodge them from hegemonic power.

Enought said.

Obama and Holder are guardians of the emerging new order, which does not yet have a legal code – and may well prefer to forgo such niceties, entirely. In the meantime, corporate Democrats and Republicans will give lip service to the law while the Mafia of Money runs the show.

And, you can take that to the bank

posted on Nov, 20 2013 @ 10:20 PM
I take comfort knowing that 'this thing of thiers' was not
built by the fools that are running it into the ground presently.

These so called "captains of industry" have shown a steady
patern of failing to see the future. They react, their plans
are terrible.

These goofs will burn themselves out quickly. Its late stage.
edit on 20-11-2013 by MALBOSIA because: (no reason given)

posted on Nov, 20 2013 @ 11:12 PM
reply to post by FyreByrd

It's getting more and more obvious to see that the architects behind the global financial crisis are not enemies but friends to the U.S...

[...] it will require a revolution to dislodge them from hegemonic power.

Just how likely is this revolution in the U.S. going to happen, considering how much has come to light already and nothing ever happened?

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