Banking coup

MOVE YOUR MONEY

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On the Edge with Max Keiser, Paul Craig Roberts & the new Welfare Queens

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Paul Craig Roberts: “…the United States has entered the ranks of a failed state. The criminals are on the inside of the state operating against the people. The government is in the hands of a few Wall Street bankers….we no longer have a government of the people, but a government of the interest groups…”

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On the Edge . . . with Ellen Brown

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Bankers Ball Protest

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Geithner’s last stand

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I am beginning to think, actually for the last few weeks that Summers and Geithner are going to help bring Obama down. Something has to give!!

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/robert-kuttner/geithners-…

Robert Kuttner

Geithner’s Last Stand

…………The indignation over AIG will serve a useful purpose if it focuses public attention on the much larger issue — the failure of the entire approach that Treasury Secretary Tim Geithner and White House economic czar Larry Summers are using to rescue the banking system.

It would be hard to find two administrations more different than Bush and Obama. Yet, when it comes to bailing out financial firms, Geithner’s approach is a seamless continuation of his predecessor, Hank Paulson’s. It makes you wonder who is the permanent government. Perhaps Wall Street?

Even the players are the same Goldman-Citigroup crowd. The well named Neel Kashkari, the Citigroup executive brought in by Paulson to run the TARP program, is still in place. Geithner’s top assistant, Mark Patterson, is from Goldman. And most of the concepts are coming from the same Wall Street crew. LINK