With less than 48 hours before the 2012 Presidential Election the winner has in fact already been chosen. Actually, the winner of the US Presidential elections has won before the elections were even held since the Clinton years. The mainstream media would never let you in on this though. A conspiracy theory? Absolutely not. Who won then? Goldman Sachs. They’ve been winning for quite some time.
If you polled Americans about Goldman Sachs there is a good chance that less than 20% would actually know who and what Goldman Sachs is. Goldman Sachs is no more than a private global investment and securities firm based in America. The word private is stressed because the business has no constitutional basis for connection with American government. After all, we have free-market capitalism in America right? Wrong. When government and private business intervene with one another in an unconstitutional manner, free-market capitalism does not exist. Corporatism, a little known term in America, is the result. In America we have corporatism, not free-
market capitalism, which is why it is odd to see liberals condemn capitalism when we have not had capitalism in America since maybe the the colonial days.
So, why does Goldman Sachs want anything to do with the federal government? Most businesses just want the government out of their ledgers right? Yes, but those businesses are champions of free-market capitalism. Goldman Sachs is not.
Let’s start with the Federal Reserve, another unconstitutional private bank that has a monopoly on America. The Federal Reserve lends money to the American government at interest for our government to operate. This money must be paid back to the bank, plus interest. However, the only place to get money to pay back to the bank must come from- the bank. So how do you get out of debt? You don’t. It’s literally scientifically impossible. So the Federal Reserve has total control of every single penny in America. A private, unconstitutional monopoly controls the money supply. Plain and simple. How does Goldman Sachs benefit from this? By placing their executives into the Federal Reserve. Recently, William Dudley a former Goldman Sachs partner was named President and CEO of the Federal Reserve NYC location.
However, it’s not enough to place their executives in the Federal Reserve alone. It goes on:
-Robert Rubin (Chief Operating Officer & Partner Goldman Sachs), Clinton’s US Treasury Secretary
-Jon Corzine (CEO, Goldman Sachs), US Senator (D)
-Henry Paulson, (CEO, Goldman Sachs), Bush Jr.’s US Treasury Secretary
It starts getting good with President Obama, which is ironic since Liberals don’t believe in the power of corporations and want them limited in every way possible:
-Rham Emanuel, (Contract Employee, Goldman Sachs), Obama’s Chief of Staff, Now Mayor of Chicago (D)
-Robert Hormats, (Vice Chairman, Goldman Sachs International), Obama’s Secretary of State for Economic Growth, Energy, and the Environment
-Mark Patterson, (Washington Lobbyist, Goldman Sachs), Obama’s Chief of Staff Treasury
-Diana Farrell, (Financial Analyst, Goldman Sachs), Obama’s Deputy Director of the United States National Economic Council
-Stephen Friedman, (Director/Chief Operating Officer, Goldman Sachs), Obama’s FIAB Chairman and former President and CEO of the Federal Reserve NYC location (while simultaneously employed at Goldman Sachs)
-Philip Murphy, (Sr. Director of Frankfurt, Goldman Sachs), Obama’s Ambassador of Germany
-Adam Storch, (Vice President of Business Intelligence, Goldman Sachs), Obama’ s Managing Executive of the Security and Exchange Commission’s Division of Enforcement
-Sonal Shah, (Vice President of Policy, Goldman Sachs), Obama’s Director of the Office of Social Innovation and Civic Participation
-Alexander Lasry, (Analyst of Government Affairs, Goldman Sachs), Obama’s Senior Advisor of White House Staff
-Gary Gensler, (Head of Finance, Goldman Sachs), Obama’s U.S. Chairman of Commodity Futures Trading Commission, Undersecretary of the Treasury, and Asistant Secretary of the Treasury in the United States
-Gregory Craig, (Chief Counsel and Firm Lawyer, Goldman Sachs), Obama’s White House Counsel
So there you have it. Corporatism at its finest. What if Romney wins? Well, they are betting on that because of Obama’s poor performance and have given Romney over $1.8 million dollars to secure their strong hold on the American people. However, don’t worry, they are still hedging their bets by remaining a top donor to both candidates. In fact, Goldman Sachs is the biggest banking campaign contributor in the world.
With Goldman Sachs placing their executives in the Federal Reserve, the White House, in Congress, and directly hand picking other candidates of their choice and propelling them to office with unlimited supplies of money (like US Senator Bob Corker (R) representing Tennessee who is running for reelection this year) they can directly control legislation and money at every turn of the American market. Therefore making them the only clear winner of the 2012 Presidential Election and many more to come, unless Americans voice their opposition to the true terrorists threatening our liberty and prosperity. So much for the Republic and our “free” elections.