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“How the Financial Industry Set Out to Defraud the Ordinary American Investor”

August 28, 2010

This is interesting. The Admiral has passed along a second video, called “Inside Job.” It’s the trailer to a new documentary coming out.

Granted that Michael Moore has been doing this for years, this is the first example apart from Moore that I can think of that burrows so deeply into a controversial issue and does it so soon after an event.

There may be retrospectives done, say, a decade later, but not something done less than two years later, at least not many that I can recall. Usually we need a decade or so to wake up to what just happened.

It’s also an example of whistleblowing being done by film, which is again a trend-setter. Whistleblowing being done by email or article, yes, but through a full-blown film? Haven’t seen that very much that I can remember.

This one looks at who was behind the financial crash of 2008 and pulls very few punches. Again, I hope this is part of what our sources call the “accountability” process. Thanks, Admiral.

2 Comments leave one →
  1. lou permalink
    August 29, 2010 12:13 pm

    My only hope is that the people that need to see this documentary (like everyone affected by our current reality) take the time to actually watch it!

    This could be the catalyst that blows the roof off this corruption and creates a mighty wind to knock this house of cards down flat! Two thumbs up for the truth!

  2. Gunnar permalink
    August 28, 2010 2:39 pm

    The financial system as of today exactly exists to defraud people. It is not a mistake, it is its purpose.

    These people get deep into how this is setup and made a documentary:

    An example for the deceiver and their tricks: Someone saying “we need to lower our national debt” either has not understood the system or deceives you. He puts pressure on his audience to make it receptive to his own agenda.

    Be well.

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