Thursday, December 10, 2009

Wall Street Bankers Arming Themselves Against Public

Go Ahead, Jump!

In an interesting disappearing act, a Bloomberg News aritcle detailing how Wall Street Bankers are fearfully arming themselves against the public has largely slipped off the web.
Bloomberg is the top news source for the financial industry.
Fortunately the story was mirrored on other alternative websites.
Here's a snip of the article, carried on the Canada Free Press:

"Arming Goldman With Pistols Against Public: Alice Schroeder
By Editor Tuesday, December 1, 2009
“I just wrote my first reference for a gun permit,” said a friend, who told me of swearing to the good character of a Goldman Sachs Group Inc. banker who applied to the local police for a permit to buy a pistol. The banker had told this friend of mine that senior Goldman people have loaded up on firearms and are now equipped to defend themselves if there is a populist uprising against the bank."

Well, nobody can say Wall Street isn't Greedy, Arrogant, and now- Paranoid.


I just found an article suggesting there is indeed increased violence against individuals in the financial industry


Martial Development said...

Greedy and arrogant, probably. But paranoid? These folks are usually ahead of the news--they help to make it after all--so maybe they know something about the near future of the USA that others do not.

Dojo Rat said...

I believe we are headed for a double-dip resession (or at least a mini-depression).
There will be another wave of public outrage.
F*** those Wall Street guys anyway, we just experianced the greatest Bank Robbery in history.
Unfortunately, there will be a lot of misplaced anger against Obama when it was Bush/Cheney, the Republican Senate and Wall Street greed that caused it.

Sean C. Ledig said...

It's not so curious that Bloomberg would ignore this story. Michael Bloomberg is extremely anti-gun. He's made gun control in cities and states outside of New York a centerpiece of his mayoral administration.

Dojo Rat said...

It's weird.
Normally I can pull up lots of Bloomberg articles, but the original of that one seems unavailable now.

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