The bankster battle of the too-big-to-fail Titans: JP Morgan versus Goldman Sachs. We are witnessing an epic end-of-capitalism shootout between two bankster giants, JPMorganChase (Paul Volcker) and Goldman Sachs (Geithner-Summers-Rubin). The shootout will generate two dead bodies. Both banks will die. So will the corrupt system which sustained them.
US politics since 1900, when William Jennings Bryan narrowly lost the presidency, has been a struggle between two competing bankster giants: the Morgans and the Rockefellers. The parties would sometimes change hands, but the puppeteers pulling the strings were always one of these two big-money players. No popular third party candidate had a real chance at winning, because the banksters had the exclusive power to create the national money supply and therefore held all the winning cards. But Goldman Sachs has been caught in blatant, serial and shameless stock market manipulation so often that the JPMorgan faction of the banking empire has now finally had enough. Goldman Sachs' crimes were that it got caught stealing. First in naked shorts, then front-running the market, both of which they are still doing, as the SEC expediently looks the other way, and then selling MBS-CDOs to their best clients and simultaneously shorting them.