Goldman Sachs… our moral compass.

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Goldman Sachs employees getting ready to raise money to help the sick and needy… IN BIZARRO WORLD!!!!

There’s no greater humanitarian organisation on the planet than Goldman Sachs. If there’s one thing that us lowly peasants should never forget, it’s that a group of predatory, parasitic, psychopathic bankers, who have made untold billions off of human misery, are our moral superiors, and we should probably do whatever they tell us is the “right thing to do” with regards to mass immigration of hostile and incompatible people to our countries. If we don’t, that just means we’re evil, hate-filled racists, who have an irrational hatred towards their skin colour/funny accents, and any legitimate sounding reason we give for feeling the way we do, is just a lie. “You can trust us, little people, we’re your moral superiors, and we know best.”

From Business Insider UK

Goldman Sachs CEO Lloyd Blankfein on Sunday night sent a voicemail message to all Goldman employees in response to President Donald Trump’s travel ban.

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Take a guess which ethnic group this guy belongs to. I’ll give you a hint, he’s not Chinese.

Trump on Friday signed an executive order barring people from seven majority-Muslim countries — Iraq, Iran, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria, and Yemen — from entering the US. The order originally included US green-card holders, but the White House later exempted them from the ban.

All countries which were selected and listed by the Obama administration as potential terrorist hotspots, and as a major cause for concern. Why, oh why was there no such anger directed at Obama for singling out these countries for potential isolation to begin with? In fact, why was there no anger directed at him for bombing so many of these countries (Iraq, Libya, Yemen, and Syria) thus contributing to the refugee crisis in the first place?

“This is not a policy we support,” Blankfein said in the message.

No, your organisation is more likely to support other policies, such as investing in the manufacture of weapons used in these terrible wars, and profiting off of the destruction they cause.

“[We] are focused on supporting our colleagues and their families who may be affected.”

Here is the full text of the message:

“This is Lloyd. The president has issued an executive order that, generally, bans individuals from seven different countries from entering the United States and freezes the broader refugee program. This is not a policy we support, and I would note that it has already been challenged in federal court, and some of the order has been enjoined at least temporarily.

“If the order were to become or remain effective, I recognize that there is potential for disruption to the firm, and especially to some of our people and their families. I want to assure all of you that we will work to minimize such disruption to the extent we can within the law and are focused on supporting our colleagues and their families who may be affected.

“Let me close by quoting from our business principles: ‘For us to be successful, our men and women must reflect the diversity of the communities and cultures in which we operate. That means we must attract, retain and motivate people from many backgrounds and perspectives. Being diverse is not optional; it is what we must be.’ Now is a fitting time to reflect on those words and the principles that underlie them.”

All hollow, meaningless words. These people are soulless and inhumane monsters. They care about nobody but themselves.

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Rare image of Goldman Sachs executives on their way to a board meeting.

Blankfein supported Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton during the election campaign.

“But Trump is the candidate of the one percent”.

If something like this doesn’t make people suspicious, I don’t know what will. I’m not in anyway suggesting that Trump is a saint himself, but if an organisation as reviled and despicable as Goldman Sachs, put their financial might behind his opponent in the election, does that not suggest the possibility that they see him as a threat to their own nefarious goals? That’s why I honestly can’t understand how all these idiotic Anarchists, Communists, and Antifa protesters, who claim to hate the banking establishment and the “one percent” or whatever other names they use to describe them, are essentially doing the bidding of Goldman Sachs by fighting against Trump every step of the way. It’s just so fucking stupid.

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This is literally how these morons act. Don’t believe me? Just type in “Antifa riot” to YouTube and watch some of the stuff that comes up.

His former No. 2 deputy, Gary Cohn, recently stepped down as president and chief operating officer to join Trump’s administration as head of the National Economic Council. Two other Trump hires, Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin and chief strategist Steve Bannon, are also former Goldman Sachs employees.

One of the Trump decisions that I do not approve of. I don’t believe it’s a good idea to put rats like these in positions of power. Ideally, I’d have preferred to see the likes of them being purged. My only hope is that he has them there for strategic purposes. He’s so busy battling against the political establishment and the mainstream media, that he could hardly be going up against the financial establishment as well at the same time, and he’s instead trying to keep them on side for the time being. I’m hoping he’s waiting until those other opponents are dealt with, before turning his attention towards them next. But as I said, that’s just a hope.

In a recent interview with CNBC, Blankfein said Trump could not take full credit for the stock market rally over the past few months.

But I’m sure if the stock market experiences any problems during his administration, that he’ll be the one to take full blame for it.

JPMorgan’s operating committee, which includes CEO Jamie Dimon, on Sunday sent a memo to employees expressing an “unwavering commitment” to employees.

Numerous business leaders from the tech world also spoke out against the immigration ban over the weekend, including Mark Zuckerberg, Sergey Brin, and Tim Cook.

Jamie Dimon: Gentile, with Jewish wife

Mark Zuckerburg: Jew

Sergey Brin: Jew

Tim Cook: Token Gentile, to throw off any suspicion of a pattern forming.

Or maybe I’m just getting paranoid in my old age.

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6 thoughts on “Goldman Sachs… our moral compass.

  1. Oh no one is doing goldman sachs bidding people are fighting for their beliefs. Thats like me saying your mad for the KKK. America funds wars in other countries I doubt Trump will stop this so calling out goldman sachs for weaponising places well they are the same things really. You are as bad as the people you slag. You make excuses for Trump over hiring people from a company you hate. What is with the blind following of people that will never know what its like to barely get by and live a normal life they dont represent you they represent themselves. Left and right forget that. And I still dont understand your issue with jews….

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    • “Oh no one is doing goldman sachs bidding people are fighting for their beliefs.”

      The point I’m making is that it’s very strange how these Antifa/Anarchist/Communists Thugs who are rioting (the groups I specifically singled out) have interests which line up with that of the biggest predatory financial institution on the planet, despite claiming to represent the interests of the working classes, and being against the so called “one percent”. Never said every single person who opposes Trump is like that, just pointing out the hypocrisy of those violent scumbag groups.

      “Thats like me saying your mad for the KKK.”

      I think that’s a false equivalency, because unlike Goldman Sachs, the KKK has no actual power or influence these days. That, and unlike them, I have no desire to see every single non-white person removed from the West. I just want a reasonable immigration system put in place that looks out for our own interests first and foremost, and for other groups to be held to the same standards as us, (ie, no more blaming us for every problem they have, no more “white privilege” bullshit, no more trying to downplay race based violence directed against us, while exaggerating any race based violence against them etc).

      “America funds wars in other countries I doubt Trump will stop this so calling out goldman sachs for weaponising places well they are the same things really.”

      I’m just pointing out the hypocrisy of them trying to claim the moral high ground and demanding unlimited “refugees” be let in, all while profiting off the wars that created these refugees to begin with. I’m not expecting it to stop. Trump has said that he wants to work with Russia to crush ISIS (unlike the former administration which was aiding them), and then pull out of the Middle East, so that might speed thew exit up, rather than continuing it for another, who knows how many years.

      “You are as bad as the people you slag. You make excuses for Trump over hiring people from a company you hate.”

      Not excuses at all. I just said I hope that’s what he’s doing because it makes no other sense to hire people from a group that has been opposing him.

      “What is with the blind following of people that will never know what its like to barely get by and live a normal life they dont represent you they represent themselves. Left and right forget that. ”

      I don’t get what you mean by this part.

      “And I still dont understand your issue with jews….”

      Simple pattern recognition. Do you disagree with me that there are a disproportionately high amount of Jews in banking, the media, academia, and politics in America particularly, who are pushing these destructive agendas on the West, when the exact opposite policies are being applied in Israel? Again, not saying every single Jew is involved, in much the same way that not every single Muslim is a terrorist, and I’m not saying every single person involved is a Jew, but in proportion to population size, it’s extremely high. The reason I would posit for this is because it is an outside group, who collectively identifies as different from the majority, promoting their own group interests, at the expense of others.

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  2. Have unlimited refugees been getting in to america? Has Goldman Sachs been hiring refugees? Has border control only materialised now? Goldman Sachs could easily be speaking out to take the popular stance while shaking Trumps hand behind closed doors.
    The immigration legislation is terrible I agree but I do think there are people that need help and blanket banning everyone is inhuman.
    I meant the extreme ideologies floating around now from both the left and the right are ridiculous. The people in charge like Trump for example doesnt stand for the ordinary man cause hes never experienced that life and yet people put trust in them.
    When it comes to the jews would it not be the different countries they are born in that effect the things they stand for or want. An american jew grows up in a different culture to Israeli jew…

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  3. Have unlimited refugees been getting in to america? Has Goldman Sachs been hiring refugees? Goldman Sachs could easily be speaking out to take the popular stance while shaking Trumps hand behind closed doors.
    The immigration legislation is terrible I agree but I do think there are people that need help and blanket banning everyone is inhuman.
    I meant the extreme ideologies floating around now from both the left and the right are ridiculous. The people in charge like Trump for example doesnt stand for the ordinary man cause hes never experienced that life and yet people put trust in them.
    When it comes to the jews would it not be the different countries they are born in that effect the things they stand for or want. An american jew grows up in a different culture to Israeli jew…

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    • No, unlimited refugees haven’t been coming into America, but they have been coming into Europe (or at least, people claiming to be refugees have), and people in America have seen the negative effects that has had on Europe, and don’t want the same to happen over there. When you also take into account that most aren’t even coming from Syria anyway (some are, but then are people coming from other Middle Eastern countries, and North African, Sub-Saharan African, and South Asian countries), there have been cases were people have actually returned to their home country for a holiday (despite it supposedly being so dangerous), and there are safe countries in the region who aren’t doing anything to help at all (Israel and the Arab Gulf States), it becomes very hard to justify settling unvetted people in countries half way across the planet, when there is seemingly no logical or moral reason to do so. My argument isn’t against taking refugees. My argument is that they aren’t actually refugees at all, they’re a hostile invasion force coming to conquer and plunder us.

      The war in Syria is practically over anyway at this point since Russia and the Syrian government took back Aleppo. Still fighting going on obviously, but it’s not as if the whole country is in chaos anymore. There are plenty of safe areas within Syria that people can settle in, rather than travelling all the way to Europe and America. Of course, “helping refugees” was never the agenda, because if that was the case, they wouldn’t have started these unnecessary wars to begin with, they would have supported Russia’s efforts to end the war, and they wouldn’t be allowing people from safe countries to claim refugee status. The “helping refugees” narrative is just to cover for the true agenda… the importation of millions of outsiders, to undermine national homogeneity, and destroy the concept of nation states ans sovereignty.

      It’s true that Trump doesn’t have the experiences of the ordinary man, but he’s still making decisions that they support: controlling immigration, trying to keep jobs in America, taking pride in American culture etc. Whether he has their experiences or not shouldn’t matter, if his policies reflect their interests. It’s if he starts screwing them over, that’s when he should be called out by them.

      The thing about Jews though is that historically, they have always considered themselves to be an “international nation” so to speak… more loyal to their own group interests than to that of their host culture. That’s why we see them overwhelmingly supporting policies that are damaging to the host nation, because they have no loyalty to them. They’ve always been a tribe of wandering outsiders with their own group interests distinct from that of the dominant culture of the nation they settle in. It’s in their best interests to promote mass immigration from other groups, and to weaken the dominant group, because it allows them to not stand out as much as the outsiders. Who is going to take notice of one minority group, working as a unit behind the scenes to control and dominate society, when you have other groups (such as radical Muslims and Black Lives Matter rioters) as distinct groups being more obvious threats?

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      • Another point I forgot to mention, that I’ll mention now. You bring up the (perfectly reasonable) suggestion that Jews in America grow up in a different culture than Jews in Israel and so therefore, will have different interests. However, does it not seem strange that these interests are virtually the exact opposite? That Jews in Israel support policies that are good for Israeli interests, but Jews in America overwhelmingly support policies that are not in the best interests of the average American? Policies such as pointless wars in the Middle East (benefit people in Israel but not in America), mass immigration to America from culturally different peoples (whereas Israeli Jews have very strict immigration policies), and attacks on American culture, such as demonising the history of the country (even though most of the big slave ships in the Atlantic Slave Trade were owned by Jews), constant attacks in the media, academia, and Hollywood on the white majority, trying to undermine cultural values (such as insisting on “Happy Holidays over “Merry Christmas”,) etc.?

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