Sunday, September 12, 2010

Barack Obama is running a "WALL STREET MAFIA" presidency -'s front page, above-fold  headline link from September 9th says it all: 
 Barack Obama, FAR from delivering the "Change!" he pledged and PROMISED to American voters in every waking moment of his 2008 presidential campaign, is instead delivering MORE of the very GODDAMN-SACHS economic extortion and financial larceny  that landed America in the Bush-Cheney economic recession of 2008 in the first place.
 (Bush's third and last Treasury Secretary, Hank Paulson, had of course been a CHAIRMAN and career partner of Goddamn-Sachs, before Paulson became Bush's Treasury Secretary in 2006.  So-called "Democrat"  Treasury Secretary Robert Rubin, named in the Buzzflash link to a Bloomberg article on the SEC investigation of CitiBank's fraudulent financial disclosure, had also been a GS Chairman before President Clinton selected Rubin to be Treasury Secretary from 1995 to 1999.)
Meanwhile, over at, Max Keiser and his co-host Stacy Herbert explain that Obama is pushing the IDENTICAL,     WAR PROFITTEERING policies on America and the world, that Bush & Cheney did -  America is now in the GLOBAL FINANCIAL EXTORTION business, using the "war on terror" as cover, for America's ruthless worldwide imperialism, military intimidation (applied terrorism),   and the Goddamn-Sachs, JP Morgan, (& etc.) funded 'major media' propaganda and bribery of Congress that enables the relentlessly expanding,  SOCIALIZED  war & intel apparatus.
Bloomberg:  SEC Says Citi Execs Charles Prince, Robert Rubin Knew of Losses on Citi's Assets, without Disclosing Losses to Investors -
By Joshua Gallu & Donal Griffin,  Bloomberg News, Sept. 9, 2010
[photos -  Charles O. "Chuck" Prince, former chief executive officer of Citigroup, & Robert Rubin, former chairman of Citigroup's executive committee testify at a hearing of the Financial Crisis Inquiry Commission in Washington.] 

Charles O. “Chuck” Prince and Robert Rubin were among Citigroup Inc. officials who knew 2007 losses were mounting on mortgage assets that U.S. regulators have faulted the bank for not disclosing, a court filing shows.
Prince, the bank’s chief executive officer at the time, and Rubin, who was then chairman, knew the highest-rated segments of subprime mortgage-backed securities were the source of about $200 million in new losses in October 2007, the Securities and Exchange Commission said yesterday in a filing at federal court in Washington. In July, the agency accused the bank and two other executives of failing to disclose $40 billion in subprime assets before losses surged. It didn’t target Prince