Interview 1252 – Nomi Prins Exposes Government Sachs

by | Feb 6, 2017 | Interviews | 15 comments

Of all the investment banks on Wall Street, Goldman Sachs enjoys the most incestuous relationship with Washington, where it has a revolving door at the Treasury Department. As a former managing director at the firm, Nomi Prins is uniquely situated to discuss that relationship and what makes the revolving door so insidious. She joins us today to outline the firm’s past and explore its future with her latest article, “On The Goldmanization Of President Trump.”


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Nomi Prins On The Goldmanization Of President Trump


  1. How come NO ONE dares mention that Goldman Sachs is a Jewish bank, but if it were Muslim bank (which there are none) it would not only be mentioned, but emphasized and possibly investigated for terrorist activities? Goldman Sachs is nothing less that financial terrorist. Mentioning anything negative about Jews seems to be verboten. Why?

    • Because we’re living in a Zionist controlled world. Some don’t mention them because they’re in the cahoots, others are scared for their lives and rightly so.

    • I’m sure you meant “race/nationality/religion,” rite? Because Jews (the ones we’re talking about) aren’t sharing a race, but a religion, am I right?

      • Which religion is that? Worship of Money and Power?

        • It’s theoretically supposed to be Judaism.

    • The person was simply asking a question. He was not asking for a diatribe on Israel, Jews, Zionists, the poor, the wealthy, etc. Where your biases lie was not the question asked.

      BTW– It’s THAN, not THEN. And it’s “there are plenty…” not “there is plenty…”

      • Fun fact, Nomi Prins is Jewish! Does that mean she’s in on it too?

        • Yes, I’m sure he’s implying there’s a massive Jewish conspiracy going on, all the Jews whom survived the Holocaust are in on it, apparently millions upon millions of them.

  2. Before sinking any further into hopelessness, I would check out Catherine Austin-Fitts’ take on Trump’s cabinet picks. I would also suggest that there is possibly more change afoot than most perceive. The views of London Paul over at, are worth considering in this regard.

  3. James, Thank you so much for interviewing Nomi Prins again!

    I am curious what her opinion is about current sectors which might be highly leveraged or if she observes any potential bubbles. It would be nice to have a heads up. I know we won’t get it from Trump’s picks.

    Those M&A’s (mergers and acquisitions) are a racket for bandits to pocket billions.
    That adage “Birds of a feather flock together” holds true.

    Even if Trump makes an effort of ethical headway with the economy (which I doubt)… with the current state of manipulated counter-intention, opposing dynamic forces will try to sabotage and destroy any decent headway.

  4. Yea man, I would like to see those fellows thrown out of the Temple.

  5. PSYCHOPATHS – Deliberately recruiting psychopaths for the banking industry –

    QUOTE from a big bank investment executive:
    “At one major investment bank for which I worked, we used psychometric testing to recruit social psychopaths because their characteristics exactly suited them to senior corporate finance roles.”

    Short video – Psychopaths caused the 2008 crash.
    Short video with good footage showing how the media glorifies and promotes psychopathic traits.

    20 Question Psychopath Test

  6. I can’t say that I understand what Goldman IS. A financial company which is heavily invested into revolving door policy and relies on it to make money, would be my best fit.

    Pardon me for being maybe overly direct, but I think there’s only one way to deal with “these” people. It involves a yarn of rope and a large tree with strong branches. It would take a while, but it would be a job well done.

    I can certainly appreciate the good nature of a regulation proposal (such as the one mentioned by yourself) or the philosophical approach as advocated be Stefan Molyneux, but we need to keep one thing in mind: “these” people have been at it for centuries and have failed quite a few times. They mean business, people forget they do not. How does one plan to regulate them or talk sense into them is beyond me.

    The only thing resembling a peaceful and civilized solution to this issue as I can think of it would be to have a super hero group of people, a natural antithetical response to a group of super villains. Basically, you’d have the super duper heroes keeping an watchful eye on the villains (the eternal vigilance and all,) ever reminding everyone what these guys can and will do if you let them. It would be a thankless effort, to say the least.

  7. I think Division man would be happy with any election results, as long as they continue the charade.
    Thanks for that translation, these people really like to act in plain sight.

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