Now THAT’S what I’M talking about!

This guy simply shames CNBC.  

I honestly don’t know what else to add!  You just have to watch it.


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    • Inky99 on October 28, 2009 at 07:44

    And I had the thought, as I was watching it, that it would have been appropriate to have a Bankster, maybe someone from Goldman Sachs, hanging from his ceiling, instead of a printer.  🙂  

    Or perhaps just an effigy.   The real thing might have been a bit gruesome.

  1. First off, I think the man in this video is a racist and xenophobic. However, his rage is real and its a sign of the coming storm.

    James Howard Kunstler wrote “Marching Toward Zombieland” a couple weeks ago.

    All these tensions beat a path into the holiday season when emotions run high, when blessings are counted and sorrows taste most bitter. So the big question now floating above the sheer data of Goldman Sachs profit announcement is: what kind of year-end bonuses will they dare to pay their executives and minions, and how will the “people” react? It seems to me that conditions are ripening for a bloodbath. The kind of heinous acts that we have feared emanating from foreign “evildoers” since the awful stunt of 9/11/01 are now most likely to come from among our own “people” – a few pounds of Semtex in the lobby of Goldman Sachs’s New York headquarters… a few men with market-grade small arms converted to full-automatic outside on the Wall Street sidewalk one evening at holiday time when the suits are leaving work for the day…. It won’t take much.

    President Obama had better strike first. He’s about the only figure left in the whole termite mound who has a shred of even potential credibility left because he still has the power to act.  He can instruct the people who work for the executive branch to “claw back” any and all ill-gotten bank bonuses; he can direct the Justice Department to investigate everything from the uses of federal bailouts to grand-scale accounting fraud; he can fire people in high places who have failed to act and lost legitimacy. If he doesn’t do these things soon then he’s finished, too. In the wake of such a failure things will get fractal fast.

    The sense that Wall Street has pulled off a coup d’etat and taken over the machinery of the United States is the most powerful meme out there now, and its power is growing in magnitude every day among all classes of Americans.  I can’t say how much it reflects reality.  Even if it is a result of sheer happenstance – the tragic evolution of an industrial economy into a financial finagling economy – the citizens will still experience it as a stealing of their future.  Whatever else one might say about American culture, it is keenly attuned to a sense of heroes and villains.  We take great pride in our ability to blow away the bad guys. And life imitates art, as Oscar Wilde observed.  If a zombie virus is on the loose in America, the first infections showed up in the zombie banks, among the zombie bankers. Watch out, Lloyd Blankfein!  Woody is on his way….

    Obama and the Democrats won in 2006 and 2008 for a reason — to take the blame and take the fall. Obama and the Democrats aren’t helping themselves avert this rage by their actions and policies.

    I doubt the man in the video has voted for left leaning candidates, let alone Democrats or Obama.

    The current setting in American is a shades of the Weimar Republic. Someone is going to direct that rage and judging by his rhetoric, it’s going to be on the right.

    I do not understand why you’re excited by his violence. If this is what is on the way, then the liberal advances are going to go bye bye.

    A right wing violent reaction is not what America needs.

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