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The Economic-Corporate Oligarchy of the World

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Today’s world is ruled by a myriad of multinational corporations and financial institutions that belong to a network of private round table organisations that stretch across the planet. There exists an international ruling elite that has been building an economic-corporate empire for over a century, which oppresses any dissent to their agenda.

A recent study conducted by Northwestern and Princeton University on America’s political system supports the thesis that political systems are not directed by the people of the country, but rather by a network of “economic elites” and “business interests”. The study concluded that the US political system is an oligarchy, where the “wishes of corporations and business and professional associations” are the driving forces behind policy decisions within the government.

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    Who Does Wall Street Own In Washington?

    Last night we saw one of Wall Street’s favorite politicians of the decade, Eric Cantor, destroyed by a random teabagger who railed against him endlessly for pushing through Bush’s TARP bailout of the big banks. Just this cycle, the financial sector had contributed $1,396,450 to Cantor’s mammoth campaign coffers. But grotesque bribery from Wall Street isn’t just about Republicans. This is a list of the dozen most corrupted designated point persons for Wall Street in the House (since 1990):

    • John Boehner (R-OH)- $9,797,914
    • Eric Cantor (R-VA)- $8,492,465
    • Spencer Bachus (R-AL)- $6,257,494
    • Jeb Hensarling (R-TX)- $5,540,181
    • Charlie Rangel (D-NY)- $5,376,743
    • Ed Royce (R-CA)- $5,006,718
    • Pat Tiberi (R-OH)- $4,702,881
    • Steny Hoyer (D-MD)- $4,612,825
    • Carolyn Maloney (D-NY)- $4,574,624
    • Joe Crowley (D-NY)- $4,526,330
    • Pete Sessions (R-TX)- $4,505,220
    • Paul Ryan (R-WI)- $4,056,918

    You’ll notice that there are several Democrats on that list. But that barely scratches the surface of how Wall Street works to control the Democratic Party the way they control the Republican Party. In April we looked at how so many of the Wall Street plutocrats were already signing up for Team Hillary. Voters need to understand why the Wall Street plutocrats are grumbling ominously about both Obama and the Republicans– and why so many of their warm remembrances of Bill Clinton are likely to help finance Hillary’s run for the presidency. At a fat cat shindig Goldman Sachs put on for Hillary at the Conrad Hotel, she “offered a message that the collected plutocrats found reassuring, according to accounts offered by several attendees, declaring that the banker-bashing so popular within both political parties was unproductive and indeed foolish. Striking a soothing note on the global financial crisis, she told the audience, in effect: We all got into this mess together, and we’re all going to have to work together to get out of it. What the bankers heard her to say was just what they would hope for from a prospective presidential candidate: Beating up the finance industry isn’t going to improve the economy– it needs to stop. –

    Among current Members of the House, these are true Democrats who have taken the most from the finance sector. Do you see any good guys in this lot?

    • Charlie Rangel (D-NY)- $5,376,743
    • Steny Hoyer (D-MD)- $4,612,825
    • Carolyn Maloney (D-NY)- $4,574,624
    • Joe Crowley (D-NY)- $4,526,330
    • Nita Lowey (D-NY)- $4,022,785
    • Jim Himes (D-CT)- $3,993,539
    • Steve Israel (D-NY)- $3,626,934
    • Richard Neal (D-MA)- $3,454,353
    • Nancy Pelosi (D-CA)- $3,104,328
    • Brad Sherman (D-CA)- $2,642,213

    These are the Democrats from whom the banksters buy protection– and they don’t hand their cash out willy-nilly. If you wonder why the prisons aren’t filled with banksters, just follow the money from Wall Street to Capitol Hill. There ought to be a law! –

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