Magazine Accuses Goldman-Sachs Of Orchestrating U.S. Financial Disasters Since 1920’s

July 2, 2009

US (ChattahBox) – A fascinating article was published in the July issue of Rolling Stone Magazine, and it wasn’t about the years hottest album release.

The 12-page expose was written by Matt Taibbi, and explained what he claims is the greatest financial scam of all time, led by the lending supergiant Goldman-Sachs, who he says not only benefited from every major financial crisis in the US since the 1920’s, but were largely responsible for them.

The article mixes hard-facts with good old fashioned paranoia, and while it is hard to believe Taibbi’s claims that Goldman-Sachs has their hand so deep in the proverbial cookie jar, he makes some incredible points, and offers some rather convincing evidence.

I won’t go into as much detail as he did, but it is based around the idea that Goldman-Sachs created five major financial bubbles, and then exploited the results. Those bubbles were:

  • The Great Depression
  • The Tech Stocks
  • The Housing Crisis
  • Increasing Gas Prices
  • The Bailout
  • Global Warming

The article also claims that a great deal of politically important figures are Goldman-Sachs alumni, and Taibbi offers proof of that.

For the moment the article can be read here, where someone was kind enough to post it. For the original copy, purchase the July edition of Rolling Stone Magazine, who, if this article is any indication, may be owned and used by Goldman-Sachs soon.


Comments

One Response to “Magazine Accuses Goldman-Sachs Of Orchestrating U.S. Financial Disasters Since 1920’s”

  1. Old Man Dotes on July 2nd, 2009 2:37 pm

    I can see Goldman-Sachs being responsible for the other events, but global warming is a natural consequence of the use of fossil fuels; G-S could not have had a lot of effect on that except through subverting the governments of every industrialized nation on Earth, *and* suppression of alternate energy source discoveries for almost three centuries. Such a combination of events is simply not credible.

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