New OWS Slogan: Eat Sh*t Warren Buffet

We implore Occupy Wall Street (OWS) to remain focused on the message suggested by those who have spent careers delving deeply into the tactics of the criminal mind who attempt to achieve the ‘Perfect Crime.’ But when, slowly, over time, one criminal multiplies into a criminal syndicate of other like-minded brethren to control a nation’s treasury, one prosecutor is not enough to kill the cancer, a political revolution remains the only cure.

Willie Sutton was asked by a reporter why he robbed banks. Sutton replied, “Because that’s where the money is.”

Among Al Capone’s Chicago-like crime spree, having gone “white shoe,” as social trends forecaster Gerald Celente likes to refer to them, for so many years, Bank of America’s case of rampant fraud is as good as a case as any to break this Washington-Federal Reserve cartel into pieces.

For a background and primer on the latest ‘in your face’ fraud at Bank of America, famed former bank regulator William (Bill) Black, the man who broke wide open the S&L scandal of the 1980s, involving five U.S. Senators, is a must read for OWS patriots.

The essence of the trillion-dollar crime in progress stems from Bank of America’s attempt to dump multiple-trillions of dollars of hopelessly worthless financial derivatives from its Merrill Lynch subsidiary to its taxpayer-insured Bank of America holding company. OWS patriots should know that Brian “Mumbles” Moynihan and his bandits on the board of directors exhibit no guilt as they attempt to offload to the taxpayer the losses incurred by former Bank of America CEO Ken Lewis’ reckless and vain purchase of Merrill Lynch on the eve of the Lehman Brother meltdown.

For any high-profile institution to attempt a scam of this magnitude must be in cahoots with the Fed and Washington, Black intimates. After all, for those studied in the sorted details leading up to the creation of the Federal Reserve in 1913, may come to understand the con of the Federal Reserve and to why Aaron Burr (the real-deal OWS patriot) and Alexander Hamilton were so at odds with each other during the early years of the American experiment of the late 18th to early 19th century. Burr shot dead Hamilton in a dual in 1804.

Moreover, the all-important real motive behind the Federal Reserve Act’s passage into law (OWS recommended reading: G. Edward Griffin’s book, The Creature of Jekyll Island) was to protect the banks. The duplicitous and alleged reason for the Creature rings true of many time-endured parasitic institutions throughout history: it’s all about you and your needs. When in reality, the compelling reason for bankers to create another ‘religion’ was to greatly mitigate future losses—of bankers!—such as those suffered during the Banking Crisis of 1906-7. During that crisis, it was the 1% who took the lion share of the losses. There was no need of an OWS patriot movement. As Nassim Taleb explained on Bloomberg Television this week, America operated on the principles of the Hummurabi Code back then.

With the denouement of the debt crisis in full swing now, there should be no surprise, then, of how this endgame of the financial crisis will be attempted to be played out.

So, now, the crime has been exposed, thanks to bill Black and others. It appears that the Fed and Washington are, again, not surprisingly, coconspirators of the crime(s), with preliminary evidence pointing to a cast of characters that make The Keating Five look more like a teenage gang of lunch money extortionists. And Bill Black is on the case to keep everyone informed of the “white-shoe boys” crimes.

The fight against the cartel now will be waged in the media—yeah, the media that’s been covering up for this enterprise ever since investigative reporter Jack Anderson and those of his stripe left the scene decades ago. And, now, these ‘useful idiots’ have been belittling the OWS movement, those American patriots who dare to be heard!

“The smarter the journalists are, the better off society is. For to a degree, people read the press to inform themselves-and the better the teacher, the better the student body.” — ?

Who, at one time, said that? Warren Buffett!, the man who took a $5 billion stake in a bank it appears he knew was about to pull a heist—and he wanted a piece of that action with a sweetheart deal of preferred shares (as recommended by his bathroom friend, Mr. Rubber Ducky) while at the same time killing the other bird with his $5 billion stone by playing the role of JP Morgan of the Great Depression, the sequel.

The other mob bosses were happy with Warren, while the media, then, running with the story with “if Camel cigarettes are good enough for doctors, they’re good enough for you” advertising pitch for this up-and-coming pump-and-dump scheme—not too dissimilar to the GM pump-and-dump scam replete with other accounting gimmicks of channel-stuffing inventory figures touted as actual sales.

“Let blockheads read what blockheads wrote,” Buffett has been quoted as saying. As Buffett masquerades as a creatively contrived noblesse oblige kinda common man, and not an evil “Let ‘em eat cake” gazillionaire kinda guy. Well, the American people have a quote for you, too—you phony coward, AIG bailout recipient, who now sits in an unique position of history to prevent these neo-feudal barbarians from pissing on the U.S. Constitution.

“Eat sh*t, Warren Buffett.” — OWS, the second revolution

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