Why is our DOJ going after FIFA officials and were afraid to touch the Wall Street banksters? Our justice system is pure corruption, we have the best government money can buy.
The old Tandy Color Computer BIOS was only good for 5 years then the date was invalid until you could get a new BIOS loaded and it took a couple of months to get the new BIOS update delivered. And people wonder why Tandy died out, even spell check has never heard of Tandy.
Our DOJ can’t indict Wall Street banksters but they can indict FIFA officials. Something is very wrong with our justice system.
They’re called SP’s now.
That wasn’t bug spray, that was mace.
Wall Street banksters have owned our government (both political parties) at least since the 80’s. If you can remember the S & L crisis. The savings and loan debacle was one-seventieth the size of the 2008 crisis, both in terms of losses and the amount of fraud. In that crisis, the savings and loan regulators made over 30,000 criminal referrals, and this produced over 1,000 felony convictions in cases designated as “major” by the Department of Justice. But even that understates the degree of prioritization, because the regulators, worked very closely with the FBI and the Justice Department to create a list of the top 100 — the 100 worst fraud schemes. They involved roughly 300 savings and loans and 600 individuals, and virtually all of those people were prosecuted. We had a 90 percent conviction rate, which is the greatest success against elite white-collar crime (in terms of prosecution) in history.
I could care less about soccer but I’d love to see the justice department go after the Wall Street banksters with the same passion. We know that will never happen, Wall Street owns our government.
It takes a village………….
There’s no way it should cost $50,00 per mile for self driving trains. They have self driving semi’s on the freeways that don’t cost anything per mile other than the initial costs. Trains run on tracks and don’t meet or have other trains on the same track, it’s much simpler than a semi on a highway. $50,000 per mile is a government rip off.