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Keiser Slams Obama and Goldman

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posted on Jul, 17 2009 @ 12:32 PM
Max Keiser unleashes a scathing attack against the Obama adminstration and Goldman Sachs.

In just a few minutes he touches on all the corruption between the two institutions in an easy to understand way.

He demands trials at the Hague for war crimes.

Of course, his debate opponent is claiming we must dump the dollar as the world reserve currency and institute a new global currency run by international bankers that are accountable to no one.

Open Secrets reports Goldman, along with other major banks and educational institutions that are heavily supported by Goldman, gave a million dollars to the Obama campaign.

ABC reports:

Congress Has 43,457,362 Reasons to Help Goldman Sachs

Employees of Goldman Sachs are listed as a top contributor to 55 separate members of Congress.

Harvard details how Goldman and other major players shift money to their charitable organizations through insider trading. - I suspect such organizations are then used to buy influence at colleges through philanthropic giving.

The chairman of Goldman is a Harvard alum and donates considerably to Harvard, the head of the Berkeley's business school is also a former Goldman employee. As you can see, both UC and Harvard are heavy contributors to the Obama campaign. Coincidence?

The Obama Deception details Obama's links to Goldman and other major financial institutions.

[edit on 17-7-2009 by mnemeth1]

posted on Jul, 17 2009 @ 02:03 PM
No matter what you may think about Glenn Beck, he lays out the massive web of Goldman Sachs links to our government on a blackboard and discusses how the flow of corruption works.

Do not ignore this simply because you may not like his political views.

This isn't about politics, its about a fascist take over of our government by international bankers.


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