Financial Crisis: Max Keiser – “Goldman Sachs Are Scum”

…They are literally stealing a hundred million dollars a day. Goldman Sachs is stealing every day on the floor of the exchange. They should be in the Hague, they should be taken on financial terrorism charges. They should all be thrown in jail…”

Part 2 of this interview is here

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