If Charges Are True, This Is Egregious: Goldman Sachs First to be Sued in Greed Debacle
There is an old tale told about The Soul-less Ones who live in a conclave under the foolsgold mountain. They are fallen angels and have turned to a life of thievery out of despicable lust for gold…
so much so they would pry the gold teeth from the mouths of the dead, melt the golden rings of the bride and grooms waylaid on their ways to their first love-night after the wedding, strip the interiors of humble temples and churches of their meagre gold ornaments…
and chisel all these into golden and bejeweled caps for their own teeth… all in order for the Soul-less Ones to lurch about in secret flashing their finery in the dark under the mountain– but never above ground displaying their gaud and gracelessness.
Thus the metal-mouthed thieves kept the secret from the most of the common people of the loot they’d pillaged from the poor, and the uses they’d put it to.
They are called the Soul-less Ones, because the soul cannot tolerate such harms to its radiant grace nor to other innocents. The Soul-less ones are without souls because their very souls are revulsed by ill action, and have run away.
With regard to Goldman Sachs: It may be, no matter how many thieves a thief knows from whichever foolsgold enclave under whichever mountain range, a theif cannot hide when the Mountain-Scraper is fired up. That sound we are hearing is not only the S.E.C. Mountain Scraper (a giantess from another ancient tale for another time) but also, we may be hearing inside the larger sound, the incessant grinding racket of thieves electric shredders across the land.
According to the law, the allegations re Goldman Sachs may run toward racketeering and other grievous legal matters. To the soul, however, the alledged crime is in purposely impoverishing souls who stood to gain by standing on the bodies of those who had everything to lose.
A quote from the New York Times:
The S.E.C. Accuses Goldman Sachs of Fraud on Mortgage Deals
Goldman Sachs, which emerged relatively unscathed from the financial crisis, was accused of securities fraud in a civil
suit filed Friday by the Securities and Exchange Commission. The suit claims the bank created and sold a mortgage investment
that was secretly devised to fail.
The move marks the first time that regulators have taken action against a deal that helped investors capitalize on
collapse of the housing market. Goldman itself profited by betting against the very mortgage investments that it sold to
CODA: See also: Goldman Sachs, Tea Party Protests and The Wise Men Of Chelm
POSTED BY DR. CLARISSA PINKOLA ESTÉS, DEPUTY MANAGING EDITOR, COLUMNIST IN ECONOMY, POLITICS, SOCIETY.
APR 16TH, 2010
Dr. Clarissa Pinkola Estés is a post-trauma specialist, a diplomate psychoanalyst in clinical practice for forty years, and President of La Sociedad de Guadalupe Heritage Institute. She is the author of ‘Women Who Run with the Wolves,’ a New York Times bestseller for 144 weeks and published in 37 languages, including Farsi and Mandarin. Her online audio event premiere of the manuscript ‘The Dangerous Old Woman, Myths and Stories of the Wise Woman Archetype’ is being broadcast on Tuesday evenings at SoundsTrue.com through April and May 2010.