Wednesday, July 15, 2009

China Sentences Ex-Sionpec Chairman To Death?

If our teleprompter reliant possibly Kenyan president really wanted to curb illegal activity he could at least look into this as a possible solution. Nope, we have health care and cap and trade agendas to get passed, much more important things than dealing with the current depression. Possibly our new Supreme Court Justice will have a more active role in this type of stuff (ROF LMAO). One thing is for sure, we would not be in this mess right now if this threat existed. Imagine if the banksters or the fed had this threat hanging over their heads. No way 90% of this mess happens.

I think there should be some sort of prosecution for the actions that lead to this miserable mess we are in, but no way. The SEC nor any other regulatory agency has the balls or the political power to take down or even challenge the facilitators of this horrendous situation. Starting with the Clinton administration to now, try them all especially Greenspan. It is possible that by the end of this (years from now) someone will be hung out to dry, but not till the public gets really pissed off and forces the insiders to turn on one of their own. The true pain has not even started and won't end till out grandchildren have finished paying our debts.

Get a load of this from the Times Online - Ex-Sinopec boss wins reprieve from death row
has the whole story. "China has sentenced to death a former chairman of top oil refiner Sinopec Corp, but the court gave him a two-year reprieve despite the seriousness of his crime in accepting millions of pounds in bribes."

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