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Sun Jul 8, 2012, 09:24 PM

6. Those are all very good questions. We have watched as the Europeans have

bailed out the banks, over and over again, moving the cost to the people, people who had nothing to do with the Financial Meltdown, yet were subjected over and over again to this 'Austerity' policy. And worse, scape-goated and blamed, laughably, for the crisis.

And now we find, that the Global Meltdown was only the tip of the iceberg and that it is conceivable that every one of us has had, as someone said this week, 'our pockets picked' by these criminals.

But who is going to hold them accountable? That should have happened several years ago, instead they were bailed out, and continued to steal from the people.

What entity is NOT corrupted, after all they've been working on this for a long time and seem to be in control of Governments and all the entities that could start the ball rolling to begin the process of holding them accountable?

Can you name any entity with the power to begin this way overdue process?

Last week, eg, we were treated to the embarrassing picture of the US Senate falling all over itself in deference to Jamie Dimon, there ostensibly, to answer questions. Instead, it looked like many of those charged with representing US, were applying for a job at Goldman Sachs.

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