More on the quite bizarre attempt by the banksters to cloak themselves in the garb of Jesus.
“The injunction of Jesus to love others as ourselves is an endorsement of self-interest. We have to tolerate the inequality as a way to achieving greater prosperity and opportunity for all.”
— Goldman Sachs mouthpiece Brian Griffiths at St. Pauls in London
Funny, I thought Jesus threw the money-changers out of the temple rather than blessing them for doing His work.
Goldman one-ups Gordon Gekko, says Jesus embraced greed
They actually believe this to be true, or are trying to believe it is true, and by making the case publicly hope to persuade the world to see the light (and just maybe reaffirm to themselves in the process) and embrace the Orwellian propositions that greed is love and taking is sharing.
It’s not hard to imagine how they could actually believe this stuff. Absolutely the dumbest people in the world, always and without fail, are intellectuals
This is the most brazen example of Newspeak I have ever seen. The remark Griffith cited is against self-interest, it’s a clear and well known instruction to put other people’s interest on the same footing as your own, to be at least fair, if not to go out of your way to be fair. But all Griffiths pays attention to is the self love part, ignores the rest, and acts as if he can brazen his way into getting others to buy his obviously warped reading.
I’m calling this the Goldman Derangement Syndrome. They’re clearly losing it. In about two years investment banking in general and Goldman in particular have gone from being Masters of the Universe to mostly despised. They’ve never faced anything like this. Sure, they still have their hooks into the government. But not the populace. Not any more.