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Goldman Sachs The Movie By Civil War Creator Ken Burns

Goldman Sachs Mocumentary, a history of the company! Goldman Sachs has taken a beating as of late, so in order to somewhat clean up their image they've decided to create a documentary. Ken Burns, famous for his PBS series "The Civil War" will shoot the documentary. Goldman has opted to have complete editorial control of the video through it's marketing department. Josh Lipton was able to get a leaked copy of the video.

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Take some time for this one...it's pretty funny...i'm confused why minyanville said rick burns and not ken burns...might be a copyright issue...
Mar 14, 2011 at 10:29 PM | Registered CommenterDailyBail
"Economist Martin Armstrong appears to have finally been released from prison after 11 years of one of the most troubling cases of judicial irresponsibility in our nations history, and his story is one that gives warning to anyone willing to speak out against the financial powers of the world, and their control over all aspects of government and economic policies."

Mar 15, 2011 at 5:52 AM | Unregistered CommenterCheyenne
Almost as sickening as J.P. Morgan's maudlin hypocrisy in their "this is how recoverys happen" PR puff piece. I love how they put forth, "if we deny your loan, we'll grant you a second review". BFD. They're runn8ing this one almost as heavily as GOLDLINE on FNC. I wonder, does the monkey use the same DENIED stamp on that second review or do they spring for permanent "pending" status.

But they did manage to get the lifetime network pianist to consort with Barry Manilow on the background music. "J.P. Morgan, The Movie" will star Alan Alda as Jamie Dimon, Peter Coyote as Tim Geithner, Glenn Close and Shirley Maclaine as the Wall Street Widows and a special appearance: Cher as Janet Tavokoli.

It's all so Norman Rockwell, you're sure to puke: Steel Magnolias meets Atlas Shrugged.
Mar 15, 2011 at 10:02 AM | Unregistered CommenterWil
Very funny, a good watch.
Mar 15, 2011 at 12:08 PM | Unregistered CommenterImurface
If I want real excitement, I'll try to put lipstick on a real wild pig.
Mar 19, 2011 at 10:58 PM | Unregistered CommenterHoward T. Lewis III
The system is what needs pillorying here...and fixing. Blankfein is a schmuck who finds himself sucked into the big money game from NYC Housing Authority housing, and now he has to do what he has to do for his shareholders and others on Wall St who remain outside the sight lines, but who really control Congress, White House, SCOTUS...they will find plenty more where he came from hungry for a secure paycheque and breakfast cereal...that is what they are looking for.

Those nameless behind dynastic fortunes would love to have some faces like Blankfein to pin it on...especially ones of one certain religion...gave them cover numerous times before...

Don't fall for "one bad apple"...the system is broken...this capitalism needs fixing with strong democracy...or else it goes down just like every other time...down in violence and social collapse while the private jets provide easy escape for the puppet masters...SCOTUS gives them their campaign finance and "money as speech" cover and that is who is to blame for this at this late stage so many years after PACs overtook unions in raising money to buy Pols. Now,it is only a tiny minority served by this system. Blankfein is a pawn...with limited choices now...
Aug 24, 2011 at 12:39 PM | Unregistered CommenterPlanck

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