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Michael Jackson.

You'd think the death of the King of Pop would get more coverage but it appears as if the Media simply do not care.

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you know, I've actually been shopping around to try and find the most bizarre MJ R.I.P. shirt out there, and it's harder than I thought. The best one so far was at a super-skeevy souvenir shop in NOLA that had ones with the '3 faces of Michael' -- boy crooner, Thriller, and the translucent death-mask contemporary Michael.

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Everyone needs to read the article entitled 'How Goldman Sachs Runs Washington' in the July issue of Rolling Stone.

MUST reading!

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Everyone needs to read the article entitled 'How Goldman Sachs Runs Washington' in the July issue of Rolling Stone.

MUST reading!

Also watch Glen Beck's 'The Tentacles of Goldman Sachs' show from mid July.

It can be seen on Youtube...but watch it before Goldman has it blocked!

*Fun Fact* - Alfred Berkeley, former head of the NASDAQ, says that "73% of ALL trades are done by only 2% of the participants".

The 2% is composed of the 'high frequency traders'..like Goldman Sachs. (Mutual fund companies are NOT included in this 2%)

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Also watch Glen Beck's 'The Tentacles of Goldman Sachs' show from mid July.

It can be seen on Youtube...but watch it before Goldman has it blocked!

*Fun Fact* - Alfred Berkeley, former head of the NASDAQ, says that "73% of ALL trades are done by only 2% of the participants".

The 2% is composed of the 'high frequency traders'..like Goldman Sachs. (Mutual fund companies are NOT included in this 2%)

How would Goldman Sachs be able to "block" the show? Companies can complain to have copyright violations taken down, but the companies complaining must be the ones who own the copyrights to the said videos.

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How would Goldman Sachs be able to "block" the show? Companies can complain to have copyright violations taken down, but the companies complaining must be the ones who own the copyrights to the said videos.

11 months later...Goldman Sachs has finally become more of a topic in the news.

What hasn't been mentioned is the fact that Goldman sold 44% of their BP stock 3 weeks BEFORE the BP explosion. A total of 4,680,822 shares sold on March 31st, 2010.

Is it a coincidence that their 'Cap & Trade' commodity baby was struggling in the Senate and they needed the oil companies to look bad?

In case you didn't know, 6 big banks control 60% of GNP(Gross National Product).

Also, the May 6th 1,000 point plunge and instant recovery was the Banksters telling the congress to forget about a substantive financial reform package...and they did.

They made a similar intimidation move on September 29th, 2008, when the market fell 700 points after the house initially refused to pass the Bailout. In that case they wanted the legislation passed.

It's the Bankster's game, and they are in total control. The Banksters are gangsters...ruthless and evil. More Meyer Lansky than Al Capone.

Will the public ever 'get it'? Not until they first realize that the Banksters own the media and they've been brainwashed.

Oh, by the way. Did you know that the largest tenant of the World Trade Center was Morgan Stanley? Goldman's main competitor - they occupied 21 floors.

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