Sunday, April 25, 2010

Obama's Wall Street song & dance protects Wall Street's image as wealth-creator

And for those of you in the financial sector I'm sure that some of these lobbyists work for you and they’re doing what they are being paid to do. But I’m here today specifically -- when I speak to the titans of industry here....
As the U.S. housing market began its epic fall nearly three years ago, top executives at Wall Street powerhouse Goldman Sachs cheered the large financial gains the firm stood to make on certain bets it had placed, according to newly released documents.
It is those directions of change in the technological environment of education and production, which increase the net productive powers of labor, per capita, per household, and per square kilometer. Without those changes, reversing the entropy of technological attrition, the economic process would be as characteristically an "entropic zero-sum game" as the quackery of systems analysis presumes. It is those creative powers of the individual human mind, the same which define man as in the image of the Creator, which are the sole source of sustainable profit (e.g., sustainable not-entropy) in economies.
April 24, 2010 (LPAC)—The following news item was posted on the Chicago Sun Times blog of political writer Lynn Sweet back in October 2007. What it demonstrates is that the Barack Obama ties to Goldman Sachs, like his sponsorship by British operative George Soros, predated the big push around his Presidential campaign. The relationship is about more than just the $1 million that Goldman Sachs employees dished out for Obama's Presidential campaign. It is about deep political ties, channels of control, and the mechanisms through which the British pull the strings on the Obama Presidency:

It is impossible to serve both Wall Street and the U.S.A., and it is obvious which one Obama considers to be his master.