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Geithner Admits: "I Never Had A Real Job"

UPDATE - Geithner Joins CFR As Distinguished Fellow (CFR Press Release)

For once, Turbo told the truth on a weekend talk show.  Sort of.  We could add that Geithner never paid taxes like a real taxpayer either.  Geithner's ongoing attempt to distance himself from Wall Street's decade of fraud is laughable.  As President of the New York Fed, Geithner was criminally negligent in his role as Wall Street's chief regulator.

Timmaaayy tells the truth.

"I find that the charge that — the myth that I worked in Wall Street all my life, somewhat amusing.  But it is part of a narrative that hardened.  People came to view the judgments we were making through the prism of a myth … it’s actually very damaging.  It’s completely false, of course, and it, you know, should have been corrected a long time ago.  What I say is that I never had a real job."

Flashback - Geithner with Fareed Zakaria - WSJ


This is worth watching:

Max Keiser on Geithner's AIG Crime


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Reader Comments (12)

We can tell.
Jan 25, 2013 at 7:00 AM | Unregistered CommenterS. Gompers
Some sort of policy job. Indeed. Fareed Zakaria. Just another skid mark in the underwear of life.
Jan 25, 2013 at 7:17 AM | Unregistered CommenterSKINFLINT
Take a deep breath.

Like your doddering old uncle Howard tried to tell you kids, Geithner is performing as he is trained to perform. Max and Stacey, Celente, Fabre, Schiff, and the rest of them ALL have caught my ear. I listen closely to them all and download for reference the high quality research contained within their words. But they are all naive to a simple important honest to God and Mom and apple pie fact. Geithner was under the tutelage of 'The Prince of Darkness' himself, Richard Perle, in the heart of the early1980s defense contract/neocon pedo reality which meshes so completely with the back rooms of British government. The Vancouver Club (Vancouver, B.C.)was one of their favorite haunts. I was present at a democrat campaign office working the day [ask for name and I'll offer it up in print], a great Iraq genocide/invasion perpetrator, was busted for raping a 14 year old girl provided for this act by her mother through a Seattle local satanic cult, and I was sitting 10 feet away from the fool directly after he was released from jail and sat there with that stupid grin of his staring into peoples' faces and around the room. The innocent girl sued and an out of court settlement was reached. One million plus U.S. taxpayer dollars.

Geithner was not the rapist, but he is performing his duties as directed and trained. He tried to turn himself into an FBI office when LIBOR was coming unraveled, but true to form, the FBI turned him away. The FBI is butt loyal to whoever is in charge at the moment, not The Constitution. This was close to the time the felonious Aurora hoax/real murder ritual was in the press. All these recent shootings are meshed with the financial intrigues being investigated, invariably leading back to the Deutchbanc and the Bank of Scotland. Simple shit when you know that the cult of satanism/freemasonry/Skull and Bones Society exists for a political purpose, AND IT IS ACTIVE. You, DB, prove your innocence and false self assurance or culpability by ignoring this weird input of mine today. Research 'W Bush + Brownsville + satanic cult', or 'Major Michael Aquino + HW Bush + Conspiracy of Silence + Project Monarch + NSA General Michael Aquino'. These events are real. Your analyses of Geithner and financial catastrophe will be slow and falling further behind cutting edge and off target until you see we have honest to God regimented sick people voted into authority because the CFRtv/Rothschild's Associated Press holds sway in America, especially come election season. The tie ins must be researched to be believed. Get down here in the sewer with us for awhile and help out. The stink washes off. It's where they live. Holder the bag holder is one of them too, so is Khazumi and this new target for SEC/FTC fantasy.
Jan 26, 2013 at 7:15 PM | Unregistered CommenterHoward T. Lewis III
If Geithner screwed up anything, he did it on purpose. Look alive.
Jan 26, 2013 at 7:48 PM | Unregistered CommenterHoward T. Lewis III
"We are thrilled to welcome Tim back to the Council on Foreign Relations," said CFR President Richard N. Haass. "Both at Treasury and at the New York Federal Reserve, Tim was a tireless, creative, and responsible custodian of the public trust."

Richard Haass is living on planet dumbass. "[C]ustodian off the public trust"????
Feb 8, 2013 at 3:25 PM | Unregistered CommenterDr. Pitchfork
Pitch, it looks like he fucked enough of us (and made the grade) to get a free pass into the 'country club', pun intended.
Feb 8, 2013 at 3:35 PM | Unregistered Commenterjohn
LOL. Nice one, john.
Feb 8, 2013 at 4:24 PM | Unregistered CommenterDr. Pitchfork
Spot on, too. Not just funny. I actually had the same thought -- it's BECAUSE he's been such a worthless custodian of the public trust, not in spite of it, that he's now a "distinguished" fellow.
Feb 8, 2013 at 4:26 PM | Unregistered CommenterDr. Pitchfork
Talk is cheap.
Feb 8, 2013 at 5:17 PM | Unregistered CommenterHoward T. Lewis III
We bailed you out, and now you want what!?!


Americans were angry when Wall Street’s greedy and risky behavior triggered a global financial crisis in 2008. They were angrier still when the government had to borrow and spend hundreds of billions of dollars to rescue mortgage giants Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, the largest banks and the insurance company AIG. They were outraged when they found out that executives at those enterprises were continuing to receive big salaries and bonuses.

So just imagine how outrageous it would be if some Wall Street sharpies went to court to argue that they didn’t benefit enough from the bailouts and that taxpayers should pay them tens of billions of dollars more.

In fact, they did. And, according to legal observers, they just might prevail...
Jun 14, 2015 at 6:39 PM | Unregistered Commenterjohn
It has occurred to me, as I listen to the debate on the TPP, TOA, and other nefarious job killing plans, that while these law makers in DC read the proposals and talk about them, we are largely ignorant of the facts because of the gag order surrounding the documents. Where is the ONE brave soul among them that would stand forward and actually say, in detail, what is in those agreements? There is none. That have been cowered into a corner with threat of arrest, and they do not want the opportunity to make millions pass them by. A sad sad state of affairs.
Jun 15, 2015 at 5:59 AM | Unregistered Commenterskinflint

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