Discussion in 'Economics' started by NoMoreOptions, Mar 16, 2004.
They threat the economy and make more Al-Qaeda.
You stupid fuck. Go tell the families of 9-11 that corporate criminals are worse than Al-Qaida.
fortunately both may insure short, small sideways trends.
Both un wittingly help vol.
You always have a choice.
Piece of worthless shit, go tell millions of people lost their life savings to the corporate crooks. They have to suffer in the rest of their lives instead of finish once for all.
I wish the families of 9-11 have thier broken heart healed.
In more than a few nations they are worse ;
actually Osama Ben Laden spent most of his life as a corporate Construction Company Owner/crook in Saudi Arabia & Afghanistan ...
"Piece of worthless shit, go tell millions of people lost their life savings to the corporate crooks. They have to suffer in the rest of their lives instead of finish once for all."-- NoMoreOptions
So you place money above human life? Your priorities are out of whack. No wonder you are such a whining bitch loser trader.
9-11 was a nightmare and I wish the best for everyone affected by it.
But I predict that in 10 years, government manipulation in/of the financial markets will affect billions of lives around the world in a very negative and significant way....
In any case, to the poster who was disgusted that a person would place money above lives, I believe that's exactly what the Federal Reserve is doing....
It seems so ... for some Very Important People...
James Baker Defending Saudis against 9-11 Families' Lawsuit
"Saudis hire some of the toniest U.S. law firms to defend them against the landmark $1 trillion lawsuit on behalf of the victims of 9-11. So why is the plaintiffâs counsel ecstatic? Plus, new heat on radical imam"
"April 16 - After months of working below the radar, a huge U.S. legal team hired by the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia has sprung into action and begun a major counteroffensive against a landmark lawsuit seeking $1 trillion in damages on behalf of the victims of the September 11 terror attacks.
THE OPENING DEFENSE SALVO in what promises to be a bruising legal battle was fired last week when a trio of lawyers from Baker Botts, a prestigious Houston-based law firm, filed a motion on behalf of Prince Sultan bin Abdul Aziz, the Saudi defense minister. The motion attacked the 9-11 lawsuit as a âbroadside indictment of Saudi government, religion and culture.â It also argued that, as the third-ranking official of a foreign government, their client is immune from any U.S. legal action and that he should therefore be dismissed from the case altogether.
But in laying out their arguments, Sultanâs U.S. lawyers also presented highly detailed new evidence of the Saudi governmentâs role in funneling millions of dollars to a web of Islamic charities that are widely suspected by U.S. officials of covertly financing the operations of Al Qaeda and other international terrorist groups."
"Baker Botts, Sultanâs law firm, for example, still boasts former secretary of State James Baker as one of its senior partners. Its recent alumni include Robert Jordan, the former personal lawyer for President Bush who is now U.S. ambassador to Saudi Arabia."
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