Goldman Sachs

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Goldman Sachs stole at least half a trillion dollars in a derivatives scheme. Trying the case was a Jewish prosecutor, a Jewish judge sit on the case, and a Jewish head of the SEC (U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission) for the case. The stolen money, amounting to at least half a trillion dollars, and the tens of thousands of ruined lives that resulted from the stolen pension funds resulted in no punishment for Lloyd Blankfein and Gary Cohn, and Goldman Sachs only had to pay penalties amounting to one week's revenue for the company at the time. The people whom the Goldman Sachs Executives stole from got no bailout, but the few toxic assets that Goldman Sachs had not been able to sell off, that the company was still holding, when the bubble burst were bailed out with TARP money. Thus, Goldman Sachs wound up being paid by the U.S. taxpayer for having stolen over half a trillion dollars from pension and retirement funds, so they could get the money they could have gotten from selling the few toxic assets they had not yet been able to pawn off on victims before the bubble burst.

Marc Mezvinsky, the husband of Chelsea Clinton, worked here as his first job after graduation from college at Goldman Sachs. Lewis Eisenberg was also a partner at Goldman Sachs


  • Jim Corzine started in 1976 as a bond trader at Goldman Sachs.
  • In 1980, Jim Corzine became a partner and got on the management committee in 1984.
  • Jim Corzine was CFO of Goldman Sachs from 1991 until 1994, and was a senior partner from 1994 until 1999, making 400 million dollars in options when the firm went public after he left.