Time to Throw Crony Banksters in Jail

Published on Jul 26, 2013 by TheBigPictureRT

Martha Stewart allegedly uses insider information to prevent a stock loss of around $46,000 – and goes to jail. Jamie Dimon oversees a bank that loses billions of dollars through unethical if not criminal actions – and is still sitting in a corner office making millions. What’s wrong with this picture?

2 thoughts on “Time to Throw Crony Banksters in Jail

  1. “So why did the SEC, DOJ, and the rest of the federal government relentlessly pursue the case of Stewart who avoided a loss of just $46 grand, but refused to go after big bank CEOs who had overseen activities that cost the American people billions and billions of dollars? The answer is pretty simple in my mind. Martha Stewart isn’t a Wall Street billionaire who has strong lobbying and financial influences over lawmakers in Washington, D.C.”

    That’s a very little part of it. The bigger part is that Martha is good at making money from marketing pretty things and good cooking for the home and is not a descendant of the 13 families of old European black nobility psychopaths or a member of the Rothschild central bank, British Crown, and Federal Reserve usury club of Khazar self-chosenite psychopaths whose favorite things to do are amassing $ trillions and trillions through endless wars, inflicting death and misery upon millions and millions of people, trashing and destroying the earth, dealing drugs and laundering money, and just out and out stealing money and wealth and destroying nations by any means possible. These are the psychopaths that tell the government what to do.

    As far as Elizabeth Warren, I like her little speeches when she lightly barbecues the few psychopaths brought before the Senate committee for questioning, but she’s just one lone voice in the District of Criminal cesspool, which makes me (sadly) wonder if she’s only controlled opposition meant to feed our addiction to hopium.

    1. Ms. Warren is trying, but when you’re out-numbered 98-1, it’s a tough uphill battle.

      Prison for those poor dears? That’s too rough, they should be introduced to the next dance craze soon to sweep the nation, called ‘Dancing on Air!’

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