16
Mar
09

Blacklist Deck of 55 Most Want


4 Responses to “Blacklist Deck of 55 Most Want”


  1. 1 mhelburn
    March 16, 2009 at 5:49 pm

    Perhaps these could be divided up by suits. There are spots for lots of people. Paulson, Bernanke, the FED, Captured reporters and regulators.

    Operatives… like Contagouris, the guy from Exis … the Mob.. The CIA..

    Lobbyists, bought off politicians.

    You may need more than one deck.

    It would be easier to highlight the good guys.

    The Federal Reserve deserves a card.. and the DTCC.. the CIA and the PPT.

  2. 2 mhelburn
    March 16, 2009 at 6:09 pm

    Seinhardt article is an indictment for money laundering. http://www.forbes.com/2001/11/08/1108steinhardt.html

    How does one come to terms with a past that shows the Mob connection? Jewish philanthropy? Our society gives rich criminals a pass until they are personally affected. They wait until the statute of limitations expires and then confess that the wealth is tainted. Those at the charities accept the ill-gotten gains.. This type of cleansing… is like Milken’s reconstruction.

  3. 3 mhelburn
    March 16, 2009 at 6:15 pm

    The blacklist is so long…

    If you focus on the institutions.

    The Fed,
    Wall Street and the DTCC
    The CIA
    The Media being owned by Wall Street
    Lobbyists
    Congress

    This is a story that is going to be replayed generation after generation.. with the players being replaced by new blood.

  4. 4 deepcapturenotes
    March 19, 2009 at 6:28 pm

    Note: The previous picture of the reclusive Queen of Clubs, Stephen Feinberg, was wrong. We had bad intelligence, and the error has been corrected. The new picture is accurate.


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