Friday, June 1, 2012

Goldman Sachs happy with European banks crumbling

The North American super-bank "eyes $2 trillion" in assets that European banks may need to sell to stay alive. For the predatory firm that ring-led the deficit fraud in Greece (while betting for Greek default and taking as prize for its manipulations the European Central Bank and the governments of Italy and Greece) the needs of European economy, which they helped to push towards the abyss are a great opportunity for even greater expansion of wealth and power. 

But in EU nobody lifts a finger against them: it is as if all would agree to that Goldman Sachs takeover. 

Ref.: Business Day.

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