On Saturday September 17th #OCCUPYWALLSTREET will demonstrate in Manhattan, London, Paris, Rome and Madrid with satellite demonstrations all over the world. It is not too late to either join or donate. This Adbusters campaign has been joined by the hackers group Anonymous. They are looking for a Tahrir Square (Cairo) moment.
The only problem is their organizing theme will be to get the money out of politics.
In common American parlance your slogan sucks. I suggest Jail To The Thief.
There will be no economic recovery until the fraud is stopped in Wall Street, in the City of London and on the continent of Europe.
I would suggest you contrast the severe jail time given to Americans, Englishmen and Europeans for relatively minor crimes versus the complete lack of prosecution for men who have stolen money by the tens of trillions of dollars, pounds and euros.
Because he has done nothing to prosecute bankers we must demand the immediate resignation of Attorney General Eric Holder. We can say the same for the English Attorney General Dominic Grieve. You might look into his financial ties to Robert Mugabe and Zimbabwe.
William K Black is available to replace Holder. Black will be 60 years-old in September. He accused then-house speaker Jim Wright and five US Senators, including John Glenn and John McCain, of doing favors for the Savings & Loan’s in exchange for contributions and other perks.
In the aftermath of the Savings and Loan’s crisis of the early 1980s over 1,100 Savings and Loan’s executives went to jail. I think we can convict at least 2,200 bankers this time around if we include the ratings agencies like Moodys and S&P.
The list of immediate American resignations should include but be limited to:
Attorney General Eric Holder for failure to prosecute obvious criminals.
Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner should immediately resign so he can prepare his defense in felony charges for his involvement in the AIG scandal.
We need federal RICO (Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations) criminal and civil prosecutions against major New York firms, such as, JP Morgan and Goldman Sachs. All former employees of corporations under criminal prosecution should immediately resign. The American list would include but not be limited to the following people:
William C Dudley, who was chief economist at Goldman Sachs from 1986 to 2007, should immediately resign his position as President of the New York Federal Reserve bank.
Jerry Gensler, a former Goldman Sachs VP, should resign as head of the CFTC.
Adam Storch, a former Goldman Sachs VP, must immediately resign his position as the COO of the SEC.
William Daley, a former Vice-Chairman of JP Morgan, should immediately resign his position as White House Chief of Staff.
The revelation that the SEC illegally shredded the documents in 18,000 cases should already have brought a response from President Obama. All SEC board members should immediately resign to prepare themselves for forthcoming criminal prosecutions.
Those of us not in the demonstrations in Manhattan, London, Paris, Rome and Madrid should demand a specific answer in writing from every politician running for office to this question: Do you approve of criminal prosecutions of Goldman Sachs, JP Morgan, Moodys, S&P and other corporations?
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The next article is my comment on Anonymous’s original declaration of combat against the Wall Street banks.
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This is the original Anonymous declaration of combat against the Wall Street banks.
Operation Empire State Rebellion Ctrl+Alt+Bernanke
The Dedicated Occupy Wall Street website is here: