Tim Geithner, the Goldfinger-trained former head of the Goldfinger-owned New York “Fed” who succeeded Goldfinger’s Henry Paulson as Treasury Secretary has disappointed Goldfinger and other “Fed” shareholders by proposing a modest 1.5 trillion (that’s 1,500,000,000,000.00) to “bail out” Goldfinger-controlled banks.
Expressing their dismay verbally were representatives of Goldfinger subsidiaries Oppenheimer & Co, and Friedman, Billings, Ramsey, who lamented the “unavoidable reality” of “nowhere near enough.”
“There could be people out there that could actually pay off their share of the current debt” says one unidentified source, “maybe even the entire family’s.” (Ed. Note: the estimated individual share of the national debt is $35,091.23; a family of four could trade their house for Freedom) “We can’t have people owning their homes and businesses.”
In action, Goldfinger’s owners simply allowed pictographs of falling markets speak for them. "That ‘picture worth a thousand words’ thing worked last year,” said a highly placed snickering lackey, “and if necessary, my boss’ll have Timmy G. threaten martial law like Hank did.”
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