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Is The “Squid” Losing Control?

In the last few decades, virtually every key government position in the financial markets in Europe and America has come from Goldman Sachs.

 (aka: “The Squid” …read more about their criminal activities HERE).

There is something seriously wrong.   These creepy characters don’t just leave the highest paying jobs in the world to work for peanuts in a government job.

You would think that someone would conduct an investigation to see what perks these people collect after they leave “government service.”

All you need to do is look at how they (former Goldman Sachs execs) take strategic government positions, alter policy for their benefit, and then leave.

(Ex:  In 1999, Robert Rubin (Goldman alumni) ushered through the repeal of the Glass Steagall Act of 1933 then resigned.  The results?  Banks became “To Big To Fail.”  And Hank Paulson (Goldman alumni) bailed out AIG whose default would’ve taken down Goldman.  At the same time, he assassinated his two biggest competitors, Bear Stearns and Lehman Brothers…the result?  2008 global meltdown.)

Recently, however, there seems to be a whole lotta shakin’ goin on behind the scenes in the Squid empire.

We wrote about it in the March issue of Simplifying Wall Street in Plain English in an article titled Is the Vampire Squid About to Get Squished? Part 1 (HERE).

Part 2 appears in our April issue where we show you how Goldman’s tentacles are wrapped around the globe in anything that smells like money.

But something has changed recently.

It’s almost like someone turned on the light and the cockroaches are scurrying for cover.  And, like 2008, the global markets will be profoundly affected.

Be sure to get your copy now.  (HERE)


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