Friday, September 30, 2011

Demonstrators give banks an earful in downtown San Francisco | Amy Crawford | Local | San Francisco Examiner

Demonstrators give banks an earful in downtown San Francisco | Amy Crawford | Local | San Francisco Examiner

Hundreds Protest Wall Street, Banks In Downtown San Francisco « CBS San Francisco

Hundreds Protest Wall Street, Banks In Downtown San Francisco « CBS San Francisco

Wednesday, September 28, 2011

GOVERNMENT SANCTIONED NATIONALIZED FRAUD -- GEITHNER RAN THE WHITE HOUSE, STOPPED AG ERIC HOLDER FROM PROSECUTING WALL STREET



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Dylan Ratigan With Author Ron Suskind: "Tim Geithner Ran The White House, Stopped Attorney General Eric Holder From Prosecuting Wall Street"

Who's the White House boss?
Start watching at the 2-minute mark.  This is the most important Ratigan clip since his on-air meltdown.  You will hear that Geithner and Summers defied orders from Obama and took over White House policy, instructing Attorney General Eric Holder to back off Wall Street criminal prosecutions.
  • "Geithner developed a system to keep the existing Wall Street structure in place with no prosecutions, and billions in additional bailouts."
You got that?  That's called an Executive Gag Order - Mr. President, shut you pie hole.
Don't tell anyone that a tax cheat shilling for Wall Street is actually the President of the United States of America and not the tall guy reading from the teleprompter.
Let's look at Citi's stock price today and back out the reverse 1-10 split.
http://www.marketwatch.com/investing/stock/C
So $27 divided by 10 = $2.70
So Citi is trading at $2.70 per share.  How are those confidence-inspiring stress tests working out for ya, Timmy?
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More on this story from Bloomberg below:
Excerpt
Sept. 16 (Bloomberg) -- U.S. Treasury Secretary Timothy F. Geithner ignored an order in 2009 from President Barack Obama to prepare a plan to “wind down” Citigroup Inc., once the biggest bank in the world, according to a book to be released next week.
Geithner didn’t proceed with Obama’s order to develop a plan to dissolve New York-based Citigroup in March 2009, several months after the bank had received a $45 billion taxpayer bailout, according to “Confidence Men: Wall Street, Washington and the Education of a President” by Ron Suskind, a former Wall Street Journal reporter. Bloomberg News obtained a copy of the book’s manuscript. The book, published by New York-based HarperCollins, is to be released Sept. 20.
Citigroup, led by Chief Executive Officer Vikram Pandit, posted $29.3 billion in combined losses for 2008 and 2009, much of them tied to subprime mortgages. U.S. taxpayers also guaranteed more than $300 billion of the lender’s riskiest assets to prop up the company as it neared collapse. Obama wanted to consider restructuring the bank while Geithner would also proceed with stress tests of the country’s lenders, according to the book.
Geithner didn’t recall Obama getting angry at him for not implementing the order and said that he didn’t “slow walk the president on anything,” according to the book.
In the book, Obama doesn’t deny Suskind’s account and doesn’t reveal what he told Geithner when he found out that Geithner hadn’t followed his order, according to a report today by the Associated Press, which said it purchased a copy of the book.
‘Systematically Undermined’
“The Citibank incident, and others like it, reflected a more pernicious and personal dilemma emerging from inside the administration: that the young president’s authority was being systematically undermined or hedged by his seasoned advisers,” AP quotes Suskind as writing in the book.

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Monday, September 26, 2011

Friday, September 23, 2011

ACTION ALERT: OAKLAND, CA NOON, MONDAY, SEPT 26. 2011 - ALAMEDA COUNTY COURTHOUSE FORECLOSUORE AUCTION


SPREAD THE WORD -- LET THE BANKSTERS KNOW HOW YOU FEEL


PROTEST DEMONSTRATION -- FORECLOSURE AUCTION
Day #1      Week of Actions Against the Banks
                  Make Them Pay
When:   Noon -- Monday -- September 26, 2011

Where:  Alameda County Courthouse
              Fallon Street (at Lake Merritt @ 13th Street)
              Oakland, California 
BANKS ARE STEALING HOMES ACROSS CALIFORNIA THROUGH UNLAWFUL FORECLOSURE PRACTICES & FRAUDULENT MEANS (ROBOSIGNING, FAKING OR FORGING DOCUMENTS, CLAIMING THE RIGHT TO DO SO THOUGH NOT ACTUALLY BY LAW HAVING THAT LEGAL RIGHT, AND A FAILURE TO WORK WITH HOMEOWNERS TO RESOLVE THESE ISSUES IN WAYS THAT ARE GOOD FOR HOMEOWNERS AND COMMUNITIES. WE MUST STOP THESE UNLAWFUL ACTS. WE MUST PUT AN END TO BROKEN DREAMS, BROKEN HEARTS, BROKEN COMMUNITIES.
BRING EVERYONE YOU KNOW WHO CARES ABOUT YOU AND YOUR COMMUNITY AS BY NOW JUST ABOUT EVERYONE KNOWS SOMEONE WHOSE HOME HAS BEEN SEIZED BY A BANKSTER.   BRING YOUR SIGNS, NOISE MAKERS, PUPPETS, BANNERS, VOICES, NEIGHBORS, FRIENDS, ACQUAINTANCES, DOGS, AND FAMILY MEMBERS OF ALL AGES.

Reminder: March on the San Francisco Financial District
3 p.m. Thursday September 29th 2011
Meet up at "Heart of a Banker" 555 California Street, San Francisco (between Montgomery & Kearney)