I was a crook, says american J Belfort, Wall street confessions & Jail
We need a different culture for America by Americans. The current situation can not continue,a bunch of International economy criminals, controlling the FED to 75% and providing a save haven for the top crook Bush Family. Still continue to cash in $70 bn comission fees for the destruction of wealth, paid by the world in form of inflation and high food prices. Think they just continue to pollute the planet, with the crisis they created, converting Wall street into a drinker's bar "We rob the world"
Who are this people ?
A nation unto themselves
They have to be brought to justice
Bush family the leader of the Gang
Trashing America, transfer wealth outside
I was a crook, says american J Belfort, first Wall street confessions before Jail.The Wolfs of Wall street with Alpha wolf Bush family & Cheney-OIL, a story to follow
The story of Jordan Belfort, the former meat salesman from Queens who built a $100 million fortune by selling artificially inflated stocks to investors
"It's like fiddling. Nero fiddled while Rome burned," said Thomas Graf, vice president and producer of Northmarq Capital. "We're smoking cigars while we're losing our shirts, literally."
He was among hundreds of mid-level Wall Street executives and traders gathered for a party thrown by Cigar Report magazine, published by New York-based Doubledown Media.
And if they seemed a little tone-deaf about how this kind of event could be perceived as millions of dollars were lost, at least on paper, most did not seem especially concerned.
"It is a great time," said Adam Marsh of Empire Capital Partners. "I think for at least a couple of hours in the evening, we can kind of sit back, have a few drinks, forget what's facing us on the Street tomorrow."
Few of the men and women at the party earned millions in Wall Street bonuses on top of their salaries. But nearly all did very well, they say, at the top of the Wall Street bubble. And their bosses, along with those who managed Wall Street hedge funds, did even better.
"These guys were spending more than $250 billion a year," Robert Frank said. "They bought mansions in Greenwich and Palm Beach. They bought art for $100 million a painting."
Frank, author of "Richistan," says the enormous amounts of money earned by Wall Street elite made them practically a nation unto themselves.