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The Gospel According to Goldman Sachs (The Squid)

I can already hear the haters screaming “Blasphemy!  How dare you talk about the Gospels in reference to money.”

Hold on a second.

With the exception of Jesus (the Prince of Peace) making a whip, kicking over tables, and running the moneychangers out of the temple, the bible talks about money more than most topics.

And believe it or not, there’s ample proof in scripture that God wants you to prosper.

But let’s not go there now, lest you or someone else blows a fuse.

Instead, let’s start with the word “Gospel.”

Most people are unaware the Greek word for Gospel is translated “Good News.”  (It’s actually a superlative meaning “Nearly too good to be true news”).

So, the subject line could read “The good news according to Goldman Sachs.”

There, does that make you feel better?

The only problem with that is that the Gospel according to the “Vampire Squid” means that it’s only good news for Goldmanites.  And they’ll be the first to tell you how their criminal activities are all part of “doing God’s work.”

We wrote about that in detail (HERE).

You don’t have to do a lot of research to realize that Goldman’s tentacles are in everything and anything that smells like money.  But if you’re really curious, start by Googling “Goldman Sachs Corruption.”  You’ll have plenty of material to read.

Now, let’s get back to the Gospel and how it can help you avoid being the Squid’s victim when the markets really start to get crazy later this year.

*Note—Since the depression, the Squid has been responsible for most of the major bubbles created in the financial world.  (Read about it HERE).

But the “Big Enchilada” has already been set in motion…and all the moneychangers are in on the game.

Learn how to “Connect the Dots” (HERE).  And be sure you have some extra whips on hand.


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