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It was forced to take TARP funding, not because of its business, but because of political leaning on it. It repaid it sharpish, including interest and it's making a fortune underwriting rights issues.

What do you people want - a well run bank that's profitable and doing well at what it does, or do you want the government to run things ? Who do you distrust least ?

What's the problem - it's a private sector company, it's making pots of money - why should it not share them out - or do you all the socialists want to tax them out of existence ?

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What do you people want

Lord Blankfein's head on a spike would be a good start

...or at least force him to wear an Elvis wig in public

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Lord Blankfein's head on a spike would be a good start

...or at least force him to wear an Elvis wig in public

Lord Blankfein is not amused by this remark.........

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It was forced to take TARP funding, not because of its business, but because of political leaning on it. It repaid it sharpish, including interest and it's making a fortune underwriting rights issues.

What do you people want - a well run bank that's profitable and doing well at what it does, or do you want the government to run things ? Who do you distrust least ?

What's the problem - it's a private sector company, it's making pots of money - why should it not share them out - or do you all the socialists want to tax them out of existence ?

I think they did pretty well out of their counterparties being bailed out and being able to pay them, Most companies dont have that luxury when their debtors go pop.

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Lord Blankfein is not amused by this remark.........

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He's not a lord - he's a lloyd

GS would be bust without the $12bn or so it embezzled from the US taxpayer through AIG.

It would also be bust if it had to come clean on all its assets

Those GS bankers who shorted toxic assets while selling them on to investors - they should be jailed

GS bankers apparently admitted the existence of a trading program, allegedly stolen by an ex, that enables traders to manipulate markets. They should be subject to a forensic investigation on the basis of their own claims!

I'm sure there's many more examples of their criminal behaviour

Instead, through high level bribery and corruption, GS has bought the law

For as long as they own the law to steal from us and the law fails - mob justice will have to do.

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"Things are very fragile but they manage to make money in all environments, which is what you're supposed to do," he added.

Shouldn't that be "Things are very fragile but they manage to manipulate the market it all environments" ???

Shocking!

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It was forced to take TARP funding, not because of its business, but because of political leaning on it. It repaid it sharpish, including interest and it's making a fortune underwriting rights issues.

What do you people want - a well run bank that's profitable and doing well at what it does, or do you want the government to run things ? Who do you distrust least ?

What's the problem - it's a private sector company, it's making pots of money - why should it not share them out - or do you all the socialists want to tax them out of existence ?

You are simply wrong. The whole financial system is kaput business as usual cannot continue. This Bank is helping to rape the earth for every last resource left to us and our children and they simply dont give a dam! The current financial system cannot work unless we find another 3 or 4 planet earths. The Earth is running out of everything not just Oil http://europe.theoildrum.com/node/5559

You only need to spend a few weeks trawling through the oil drum to get an idea as to what is happening and there are some very respected individuals whom post on the site.

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It was forced to take TARP funding, not because of its business, but because of political leaning on it. It repaid it sharpish, including interest and it's making a fortune underwriting rights issues.

What do you people want - a well run bank that's profitable and doing well at what it does, or do you want the government to run things ? Who do you distrust least ?

What's the problem - it's a private sector company, it's making pots of money - why should it not share them out - or do you all the socialists want to tax them out of existence ?

You are simply wrong. The whole financial system is kaput business as usual cannot continue. This Bank is helping to rape the earth for every last resource left to us and our children and they simply dont give a dam! The current financial system cannot work unless we find another 3 or 4 planet earths. The Earth is running out of everything not just Oil http://europe.theoildrum.com/node/5559

You only need to spend a few weeks trawling through the oil drum to get an idea as to what is happening and there are some very respected individuals whom post on the site.

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It was forced to take TARP funding, not because of its business, but because of political leaning on it. It repaid it sharpish, including interest and it's making a fortune underwriting rights issues.

What do you people want - a well run bank that's profitable and doing well at what it does, or do you want the government to run things ? Who do you distrust least ?

What's the problem - it's a private sector company, it's making pots of money - why should it not share them out - or do you all the socialists want to tax them out of existence ?

It is exploiting a monopolistic position . The excess profits should be taxed.

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Exploitation of their monopolistic position...should be taxed at a rate to reflect this.
It simple Goldman Sachs does not create wealth, it just plunders the Government licensed token system called the money supply. Everyone else has to scrap for cash, whilst GS gets its contracts with otherwise bankrupt AIG paid for by the government. If you are a small firm whose supplier goes bust and your credit insurance provider is bust you get zero. GS get to claim 20 times for the same event with the Government picking up the bill.

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"Things are very fragile but they manage to make money in all environments, which is what you're supposed to do," he added.

Shouldn't that be "Things are very fragile but they manage to manipulate the market it all environments" ???

Shocking!

:lol:

Careful though, there seem to be some GS workers/PR people on this board who will immediately offer you a role of tin foil for such a suggestion to try and police the decent that is rising.

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:lol:

Careful though, there seem to be some GS workers/PR people on this board who will immediately offer you a role of tin foil for such a suggestion to try and police the decent that is rising.

It was simply just a question. I'm just a crazy little guy...they are free to question my sanity if they wish to do so.

I'm no Aleynikov and have no intention of ever using trading software to "manipulate markets in unfair ways".

:rolleyes:

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You are simply wrong. The whole financial system is kaput business as usual cannot continue. This Bank is helping to rape the earth for every last resource left to us and our children and they simply dont give a dam! The current financial system cannot work unless we find another 3 or 4 planet earths. The Earth is running out of everything not just Oil http://europe.theoildrum.com/node/5559

You only need to spend a few weeks trawling through the oil drum to get an idea as to what is happening and there are some very respected individuals whom post on the site.

So did you use Alcan, or Asda's own brand for your tin foil hat. Seriously, you're frightening me.

A lot of the people here seem to be so deluded as to think that taxing something to death is a good idea and that the government will do anything positive with that money.....

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It was forced to take TARP funding, not because of its business, but because of political leaning on it. It repaid it sharpish, including interest and it's making a fortune underwriting rights issues.

What do you people want - a well run bank that's profitable and doing well at what it does, or do you want the government to run things ? Who do you distrust least ?

What's the problem - it's a private sector company, it's making pots of money - why should it not share them out - or do you all the socialists want to tax them out of existence ?

US Gummint, The Federal Reserve, Goldman Sachs,,,,,,,,, High Five :lol:

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US Gummint, The Federal Reserve, Goldman Sachs,,,,,,,,, High Five :lol:

that's right - no doubt they are all in the same synagogue and mason's group too.

They all colluded to bring everyone else down - even Uncle Warren's in on it.

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Holy **** Batman!

:o

I guess goldman will soon move (operations) into another body while the old one is allowed to be destroyed.

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that's right - no doubt they are all in the same synagogue and mason's group too.

They all colluded to bring everyone else down - even Uncle Warren's in on it.

It's a Roulette game with the Fed supplying the chips and Goldman Sachs betting while positioning magnets under the numbers they like.

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