Interview 1252 – Nomi Prins Exposes Government Sachs

02/06/201721 Comments

Of all the investment banks on Wall Street, Goldman Sachs enjoys the most incestuous relationship with Washington, where it has a revolving door at the Treasury Department. As a former managing director at the firm, Nomi Prins is uniquely situated to discuss that relationship and what makes the revolving door so insidious. She joins us today to outline the firm’s past and explore its future with her latest article, “On The Goldmanization Of President Trump.”

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  1. femaissance says:

    Not that this guest can necessarily answer the latter of this, but I would like to know: 1) Why is GS so much more powerful than other banks? Is it their connections to the deep state? CIA specifically? 2) What are the connections or relationships between GS and Rothschild agents here and in Europe? And we know that they are so powerful, they are naming the cabinets. So that was not mentioned by Nomi. I was left a bit wanting here.

    • Bilejones says:

      GS was the last of the big banks to go public and abandon the partnership struture that once was common. There’s probably no organization on the planet that’s created as many stunningly wealthy and thus influential individuals on the planet.

  2. radomir says:

    How come NO ONE dares mention that Goldman Sachs is a Jewish bank, but if it were Muslim bank (which there are none) it would not only be mentioned, but emphasized and possibly investigated for terrorist activities? Goldman Sachs is nothing less that financial terrorist. Mentioning anything negative about Jews seems to be verboten. Why?

    • mkey says:

      Because we’re living in a Zionist controlled world. Some don’t mention them because they’re in the cahoots, others are scared for their lives and rightly so.

    • ypyrkh says:

      Because if you are so concerned with the state of Israel you should look into who actually created it? There’s way more poor jews then the wealthy and influential ones, and there is plenty of non-Jewish wealthy elites. If you want to look for a scapegoat, go for wealth and influence rather then race/nationality

  3. Mohawk Man says:

    Correct me if I’m wrong Nomi (I don’t do Ms.) but was not Goldman Sachs a Partnership (with personal liability for the partners individually) until approximately August of 2008 and then suddenly became a Bank which the protection of the corrupt Corporate limited PERSONAL liability? (Read NO personal liability) This also coincided with GE Capital, American Express along with some others suddenly becoming “banks” in the twinkingly of an eye. They must have been privy to the soon to be announced “bailout” and probable future “bail-ins”. With Hank Paulson in the room, I have no doubt they knew.

    Also the corrupt and thieving Hank Greenberg who decimated AIG (a piece taken I believe by the Coke and ice cream fraud Warren Buffet). These are thieves and their assets must be seized and all arrested including the privately owned “Federal” Reserve System and their owners.

    I am of the mind that President Trump will oversee a bankruptcy of this nations debt and possible (I’m hoping) a complete repudiation of the national debt. Fraud has no statute of limitations. They know they will never be paid and I think Trump is aware of this and possibly brought in to manage this bankruptcy. I would also be concentrated on a review of MBS (Mortgaged Backed Securities) which begs the question–whom indeed owns our homes? China? The Federal Reserve? Goldman Sachs?

    It’s time that they are thrown out of the temple with a whip (which was done once before by a man of principle and a man who did see massive corruption and thievery.) Never again should these types be allowed to EVER be involved in any type of money lending/borrowing or anything of a financial or land ownership even by proxy and any government involvement ever again.. It’s time and The World knows it and are ready.

    President Grant knew of these types and banned them from the South following The Civil War. All of them. They were known as Carpet Baggers then and Bankers today. One in the same.

    Thanks for your excellent work.

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      Yea man, I would like to see those fellows thrown out of the Temple.

    • mkey says:

      I can’t say that I understand what Goldman IS. A financial company which is heavily invested into revolving door policy and relies on it to make money, would be my best fit.

      Pardon me for being maybe overly direct, but I think there’s only one way to deal with “these” people. It involves a yarn of rope and a large tree with strong branches. It would take a while, but it would be a job well done.

      I can certainly appreciate the good nature of a regulation proposal (such as the one mentioned by yourself) or the philosophical approach as advocated be Stefan Molyneux, but we need to keep one thing in mind: “these” people have been at it for centuries and have failed quite a few times. They mean business, people forget they do not. How does one plan to regulate them or talk sense into them is beyond me.

      The only thing resembling a peaceful and civilized solution to this issue as I can think of it would be to have a super hero group of people, a natural antithetical response to a group of super villains. Basically, you’d have the super duper heroes keeping an watchful eye on the villains (the eternal vigilance and all,) ever reminding everyone what these guys can and will do if you let them. It would be a thankless effort, to say the least.

    • paetschi says:

      Wow, this comment made me a subscriber today, thank you, Mohawk Man, for this clear analysis and for presenting a solution in a few sentences. And thanks James for all this effort to make a difference. With minds like yours I feel less despair and also hope.

  4. foggygoggles says:

    Before sinking any further into hopelessness, I would check out Catherine Austin-Fitts’ take on Trump’s cabinet picks. I would also suggest that there is possibly more change afoot than most perceive. The views of London Paul over at http://www.thesiriusreport.com, are worth considering in this regard.

  5. HomeRemedySupply says:

    James, Thank you so much for interviewing Nomi Prins again!

    I am curious what her opinion is about current sectors which might be highly leveraged or if she observes any potential bubbles. It would be nice to have a heads up. I know we won’t get it from Trump’s picks.

    Those M&A’s (mergers and acquisitions) are a racket for bandits to pocket billions.
    That adage “Birds of a feather flock together” holds true.

    Even if Trump makes an effort of ethical headway with the economy (which I doubt)… with the current state of manipulated counter-intention, opposing dynamic forces will try to sabotage and destroy any decent headway.

  6. HomeRemedySupply says:

    PSYCHOPATHS – Deliberately recruiting psychopaths for the banking industry –

    QUOTE from a big bank investment executive:
    “At one major investment bank for which I worked, we used psychometric testing to recruit social psychopaths because their characteristics exactly suited them to senior corporate finance roles.” http://www.independent.co.uk/news/business/comment/brian-basham-beware-corporate-psychopaths-they-are-still-occupying-positions-of-power-6282502.html

    Short video – Psychopaths caused the 2008 crash.
    https://youtu.be/-LjnQth93uM?t=8m10s
    Short video with good footage showing how the media glorifies and promotes psychopathic traits. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-LjnQth93uM&feature=youtu.be&t=35m3s

    20 Question Psychopath Test
    https://www.corbettreport.com/reddit-bans-pizzagate-investigation-the-corbett-report-continues-it/#comment-35303

  7. stevekelly911 says:

    It would seem that the DIVISION of the people of the entire Western world into two domestically warring ideological baskets may have been the ultimate plan … which is obviously working quite well. That Goldman would be feeding off of such social division, which causes a distraction so big that they can get away with whatever banking shenanigans they want, is quite possible … or … perhaps ex-Goldman employees are so self-serving by the time that they leave, that they don’t even have any allegiance to their former employer??? It’s possible.

    The Mnuchin Soros-Goldman connection is definitely a double red flag.

    The weirdness behind Soros ACTUALLY being happy with a Trump election whilst outwardly funding all the unwashed activist groups on the left, is in some ways too weird for me to believe; but the word SOROS, in Hebrew, literally meas ‘to divide’ or ‘division’, so perhaps this guy just gets off on causing chaos and hate, feeling powerful that by clicking his fingers he can destroy any Order that exists in societies and times of his choosing.

    • mkey says:

      I think Division man would be happy with any election results, as long as they continue the charade.
      Thanks for that translation, these people really like to act in plain sight.

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