Gerald Celente: “To Pee Or Not To Pee” (VIDEO)

By: Shadow of Truth, The Daily Coin | You don’t have a clue what’s going on in Government and neither do the American people because if they did there’d be a revolution in this country.  – John Connolly (Secretary of Navy under Kennedy, Secretary of Treasury under Nixon, Governor of Texas) to Gerald Celente, 1992 To anyone paying attention, it’s no secret that our entire economic and political system has been taken over by group of pathologically entitled elitist bankers, businessmen and politicians.  Emblematic of this truthful tragedy is the fact that five of the biggest banks in the world admitted to committing felonies last week and incurred nothing more than small find and a wrist-slap: Looked what happened last week when five banks admitted to committing felonies: not one head rolled. Nobody. None of the big banksters go to jail…don’t get caught with any crack, you’ll do 15 years […] Read More

2014: “The Oceans Will Rise; Nuclear Winter Will Be Upon Us; And The World As We Know It Will End”

As U.S. Justice Department prosecutors begin to bring the first criminal charges against global banks since the financial crisis, they are facing dire warnings of uncontainable collateral damage from none other than the sell-side’s banking analysts… “Don’t play with matches,” warned Brad Hintz, bringing up the specter of Enron (somehow suggesting we would better if that had not been prosecuted?) “The mere threat of requiring a hearing could cause customers to lose confidence in the institution and could cause a run on the bank,” warns a banking lawyer (well isn’t that how it’s supposed to be?). Too Big To Prosecute is starting to tarnish a little as Preet Bharara begins to bring the heat, adding, somewhat humorously that, banks have a “powerful incentive to make prosecutors believe that death or dire consequences await.” It seems Eric Holder’s words – as we noted here… “But I am concerned that the […] Read More

2010: Goldman Sachs: Master of the Universe

Stephen Lendman April 20, 2010 The status applies to all Wall Street giants, none, however, the equal of Goldman, the Grand Master. Like the fabled comic book Superman hero, it’s faster than its competitors, thanks to its proprietary software ability to front run markets (illegal, but no matter); more powerful than the government it controls; and able to leap past competitors, given its special status. Founded in 1869, GS calls itself “a leading global investment banking, securities and investment management firm that provides a wide range of services worldwide.” Since going public in 1999, the same year Glass-Steagall ended letting banks, insurers and securities companies combine, GS became a giant hedge fund trading against the advice given clients with the full faith and blessing of Washington – the same thing other Street giants did and profited handsomely. In his April 17 article headlined, “Goldman Sachs Vampire Squid Gets Handcuffed,” […] Read More