by AL Whitney (C) copyright 2010
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In light of the massive fraud and deception that is ongoing against the general population (which is truly tragic) it is difficult to find much humor to report. However, as INC the BEAST has been victimizing the common folks for . . . well pretty much forever, there is some irony and humor when a whistleblower documents and exposes how multibillion dollar companies (with help from the government) are now preying upon (stealing from) each other.
Wall Street whistleblower Richard Grove explains some of the financial corruption/extortion that has taken place since the passage of the Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002 . This legislation was supposedly passed to restore the fiscal accountability of big corporations and the banking industry. Unfortunately, this legislation managed to do the opposite because of software with a ‘back door’ that was marketed en mass to the financial industry to satisfy the regulations instituted by Sarbanes-Oxley. Richard used his own resources to pursue legal remedies and get the main stream media to report on this massive fraud and found out the hard way the neither is working to protect the public any more. He tells his story with the help of independent media – who also just happen to be dedicated advocates for the truth (not ‘truthers’ which is a term that has been demonized by the propaganda machine).
Part of Richard Grove’s interview exposing outrageous corruption in the financial industry AND the government:
The gangster/banksters are obviously alive and well and still busy stealing from the public with the help of a corrupt government and a corporately controlled worthless media. But now they have advanced to stealing from other big corporations as well. Can the big corps (dead entities) stop this lawlessness, or will they just fold and leave their investors high and dry?
If the final goal is One World Earth Corporation – housed in London, we are still a long way from the finish line.