Tag Archives: Wall Street corruption

The Veneer Of Justice In The Kingdom Of Crime

The only aspect of the 2008 de facto financial system collapse that was more stunning than the fact that NONE of the big banks were prosecuted for crimes that were obvious to a 2nd grader was that fact that the Taxpayers were squeezed for close to a $1 trillion dollars to enable the big banks to continue on their unimpeded crime spree.

My good friend and colleague, John Titus, has produced a documentary which details the methodical manner in which Wall Street – and specifically Goldman Sachs  – has completely annexed the Department of Justice.

Titus applies his acute legal mind and painstakingly meticulous research to lay out the case for a legal system that has become hopelessly and irreparably  corrupted by  Wall Street and the scarcely-publicized DC law firm  DC law firm, Covington & Burling.

As you watch this brilliant documentary, see if you think Covington & Burling reminds you of the law firm in the Grisham novel, “The Firm,” and Goldman Sachs reminds you of the Chicago mobster clan depicted in the story.

The underlying theme in this documentary is the manner in which big money has assumed complete control of the United States political and justice system, as our Government progresses further down the road to oligarchic, totalitarian system – Rule by Money has replaced Rule of Law.

John B’s Caravan To Midnight: The War On Sanity

John B Wells hosted me on his “Caravan To Midnight”  for the quickest two hours of my day.  Caravan To Midnight is a late-night internet radio show covering a wide range of topics which include current events, politics, conspiracy theories and unexplainables.  This is the second time I’ve been on his program.  John B and crew take a refreshing and entertaining approach to goal of audience enlightenment.   Both times I’ve been on his show the two hours seemed to last 10 minutes.

In the two-part podcast linked below, we discuss several current topics including the war on cash, the war on gold and the systemic decay of the United States, among some other timely/controversial topics.

I just wonder if people still have the desire for privacy…I don’t mind a fight – I don’t even mind a fight that I can’t win…I’m okay with that if it’s a righteous fight. The only fight you don’t want to get into is an unrighteous fight because you can’t fight with everything you’ve got if you’re in the wrong. But I really wonder if the citizens of this country and of the world have the desire to really live free.   – John B

Wall Street was a big scam when I worked there in 1990’s. The difference between then and now is that the bank personnel who’s job it is to enforce financial regulations and compliance are now in on the scam too. They don’t want you to adhere to the law because it affects their bonus. Wall St. and DC have lapsed into unfettered corruption.

I was raised believing there was right and wrong and you were supposed to do your best to do what was right. I’m not a guy who’s terrorized by the idea of sin but it was not cool to do things that were wrong. Well, when I got to Wall St. it was not uncool to do things that were wrong as long as it helped the bonus a little. But now it’s cool to do things that are completely wrong because it leads to a gigantic bonus.  –  Dave Kranzler  – PART 1:

At the beginning of Part 1, John B had asked me what I thought had changed in the last several weeks that acted as the catalyst to cause the stock market to begin falling apart. We got around to addressing that question in Part 2:

The Government is sensing that it’s run out of room to print another $5 trillion and it needs the money it takes in from selling Treasury bonds for the war on terror, the war on Russia, the war on terror the war on Middle East, the war on China – they need that money for  an agenda that  does not include saving the middle class.  “Whatever is coming that’s going to hit, when it hits it’s going to be a whole lot tougher on the middle class than 2008:”