Bloomberg Response To Fed's Chickening Out Of Appealing Pittman Decision, Clearing House Appeal

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SheepDog-One's picture

Pray for a meteor the size of Rhode Island to land directly on Manhattan Island. Amen.

economessed's picture

An alter to the meteor gods was hastily constructed, and offerings of various commodities were made.

b_thunder's picture

i'm tired of waiting.  enough already.  can zerohedge get wikileaks on the case? 


President Palin's picture


Most excellent suggestion.

brodix's picture

I don't think the Fed allows twenty year old boy scouts unlimited access to its records.

tamboo's picture

wikileaks is controlled opposition, real threats get rubbed out a la jfk and his executive order 11110. julian's racket gets the front page of washington post, that should tell you everything. just wait and see how he becomes an excuse to toss the 1st amend and shut down the net in the name of 'natl. security'.


Oh regional Indian's picture

The fact that this is even a case going to SCOTUS is probably the elephant in the courthouse that is being missed.

In a nation of laws (supposedly), one of the biggest heists of tax-payer monies, happened in the most manipulated of circumstances and it's going to take a highly compromised SCOTUS to say spill the beans? Or worse, agree that the heist's details are somehow in a position to compromise national security, so shut up?

Liars, lawyers, judges, smudges, the whole thing is beyond sad and beyond funny.


Sean7k's picture

Funny, since those banks ARE the Federal Reserve. They have become so accustomed to creating shells that they actually believe the shells are real. HAHAHAHAHAHA!

Burn Banks, Burn.

carbon based unit's picture

since two lower courts have properly ruled against the defendant in this case, and said defendant isn't interested in engaging the SCOTUS on this issue, should they even hear the case?  shouldn't they just let the judgement stand and move onto more important matters like rooting out any last bastions of democracy and turning them over to the corporations??

Hard1's picture

Next step: BAC, C, JPM et al. will threaten to cancel thousands of Bloomberg terminals to try to stop these guys for finding the truth.

Freedom of information bitchez!

jus_lite_reading's picture

This, my dear friends, is just the tip of the social unrest iceberg. The truth can only be hidden for so long and with each passing day that they hide their fraud from us, the situation deteriorates rapidly until it culminates into a full blown apocalypse.

markar's picture

I dunno. The truth behind the Kennedy assassination, which in essence was a coup de tat has been successfully hidden for almost 50 years.

centerline's picture

The difference I see is that the Kennedy assissination (among other horrific incidents) did not affect things like the food supply, cost of gas, taxes, etc.  I don't think people will care so much until something strikes right at their primal levels/instints.  Then, all of a sudden, the added atrocities could be like TNT thrown into a fire.

centerline's picture

I was just thinking along the same lines.  Here in the US, we do not protest and strike like they do in Europe... some countries like France seem to be near considering it a recreational activity.  Rather, we remain in what appears to be comatose state.  I do fear there is a potential we will see a "straw breaking the camels back" moment.  A distinct change where  we go from passive to explosive in a very short time frame.  The odds of this happening increase every day that the truth and rule of law is further trampled in plain sight.  Not by virtue of this regular dose of humiliation each day - but as accummulated weight that will come to bear at the moment something else breaks (something in welfare, commodities, food supply, etc.).

Fearless Rick's picture

It's ON, bitchez!

The day of reckoning is at hand. Sadly, I am a revolution of One. Maybe a few hundred, counting ZH readers. Our nation is no more. The criminals have taken it and there will be no widespread popular movement until all the welfare, disability and SS checks stop.

In other words, they've created a welfare state and it's working for them. Time to ex-patriate because nothing will change here.

Something Wicked This Way Comes's picture

Like so many here, I am beyond frustrated. Zombie nation still rules.

Whats at stake? We have bought and paid for politicians. The FED not only buys and sell shit paper, robs us blind, but they own every fucking pocket of power and authority in this country. The fucking FED makes Osama look like a piker.

These bastards are like a pack of rabid dogs. I knew what they were before the latest commie appointments about the time they ruled on corporate campaign contributions. The FED will survive until we give them the business end of a barrel. I truly believe thats what it will come to.

President Palin's picture

Osama is jealous of Banana Ben - BB will destroy America long before Osama ever could.

Fraud-Esq's picture

Ahhhhh, of course. Let the bank party carry your torch to the Surpemes. 

It's either Bush v. Gore II or bust. 

We need a leak inside the Fed. What happened to all the rogue bankers?

hangemhigh's picture
by SheepDog-One
on Tue, 10/26/2010 - 08:07

"Pray for a meteor the size of Rhode Island to land directly on Manhattan Island. Amen."


this is just like the govt........where's bldg 7 when you really need it?

steelhead23's picture

Excuse me, but if lower courts have ruled in favor of disclosure and the agency holding the documents does not appeal, why not just release the documents and force the banks to seek an injunctive order.  If I ran the zoo, that's just what I'd do.

At some point - a point most believe we passed over two years ago, the U.S. Government should recognize that the major banking cartel is the blood enemy of the American People and respond accordingly.  The other point I would make is that such a move would be enormously popular - ENORMOUSLY POPULAR - and why in the world TPTB simply cannot see this is frankly, beyond my comprehension.  It is almost as if they are so afraid of the financial convulsions that would follow collapse of the big banks that they are paralyzed.  I very much hope that there is a cadre of government employees detailing out how such an event could be managed - because it is increasingly clear - it is coming.  Please note - today European institutional investors are pooling their resources and claims to request $100s of billions in put-backs.  There is nothing Bernanke or Geithner could do to prevent this.

ziggy59's picture

fluoride and chemtrails a docile flock it doth make



asteroids's picture

Having discovered a fair number of asteroids, I'd love to send one the FED's way but alas, I live in the real world. Pity.