Posted by: graemebird | December 2, 2009

Rare Tape Of Joseph Cambria And His Goldman-Sachs Homeys

As we all know Cambria backed the Paulson bank robbery. Thats where Paulson got the banks to rob the American people for no reason at all. Between the bank bailouts and the stimulus packages, Cambrias coterie (he refuses to distance himself from these banksters) have unemployed up to 26% of the American labour force. Red ink costs jobs. Totally contrary to Keynesian unscience. Now consider the situation in what we might call the UNRIGGED American labour market? Well unemployment might there be up to a third or a half.

I’m totally distraught about it. I’m hocked up myself and cannot do much to help. A friend of mine had an out of the blue car accident, isn’t fully recovered, and yet thanks to the bankster homeys her employment prospects aren’t real real good. She puts up a brave face but I feel like she’s dying inside a lot of the time. And yet in all this there has not been a mea culpa from Cambria. He could get some repentance by backing down on his support for the Paulson plan and sending my friend a little bit of his vast largesse. But he would not think of either of these.

We think of the Americans as rich people. But believe me so many of them are suffering. The financial and government parasites are not the least bit sorry about turning the screw on their benefactors just when the taxpayers were suffering the most.

But that is not what this thread is about. You see between the fractional reserve near-collapse, and the sudden FED-augmented jazzing of the stock-market …. There was a brief few moments when it looked like Cambria, and his Goldman-Sachs homey’s, weren’t going to get salary-rises and their 30 billions in bonuses.

Well now of course with all the stealing and counterfeiting the salary-rises and mega-billions in bonuses have come through. But its interesting to see how the banksters behaved in those few moments when the salary rises and stolen bonuses were in doubt. And before they decided to unemploy multi-millions of normal Americans in order to get those bonuses.

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  1. Good lord that Cambria is a filthy, greasy thieving dago wop bastard isn’t he.

    A direct descendant of Mr Ponzi, no doubt, perhaps with a bit of Jew blood mixed in.

  2. “Good lord that Cambria is a filthy, greasy thieving dago wop bastard isn’t he…….”

    (( Yes thats right. But it might be the time when we both pull back on the jew side of things.)))

  3. I understand, Mr B. Sometimes we must speak the Truth silently.

  4. You’re saying Joe Cambria is a crook, Mr Bird?

    POSSIBLY. BUT THATS NOT THE REAL DEAL. THE REAL DEAL IS THAT HE LENDS SUPPORT TO CROOKS. NOW LOOK WHAT IS HAPPENING. WE ARE GOING INTO DEBT TO GOLDMAN SACHS OVER THIS NEW TELEPHONY-INFRASTRUCTURE OUTFIT. THATS TAKING HATEFUL CORPORATISM TO A NEW EXTREME. YOU LIE DOWN WITH DOGS YOU GET UP WITH FLEAS.

  5. Sal, you should check Mr Bird’s views on mass-sackings. It seems he has rather contradictory views on concern for the unemployed.

  6. Mr B

    Look at what the Leftist Media is saying.

    http://www.news.com.au/breaking-news/australia-magnet-for-new-zealand-bludgers/story-e6frfku0-1225806188563

    They say Kiwis are idiots and bludgers.

    A disgraceful slander on Proud Men and Women of British Stock.

  7. Bird,

    JC has given you a list of demands to make a donation to your friend.

    JC CAN GO SCREW HIMSELF. WHAT JC HAS TO DO IS MAKE A CLEAN BREAK WITH ADVOCATING ECONOMIC-FASCISM.

  8. Your comment is awaiting moderation.
    I just read something last night that made me feel sick. We are taking cronyism and ugly corporatism to a drastic new high. Consulting Goldman Sachs on raising all this debt for this Telephony-infrastructure project.
    Why bring those thieves into it? This is humiliating. The idea would be to get back in surplus and just pay for it out of the surplus. This is irrational. Its letting all these third parties wet their beak for no reason at all. Let me tell you people, this is not compatible with capitalism or equality before the law.

  9. “nosed way of thinking about it
    1) we are pumping an unprecedented lot of CO2 into the atmosphere

    A LIE. THATS NOT TRUE AT ALL. SOON IS LYING AND IT WOULDN’T MATTER IF WE WERE.

    2) there is enough evidence to suggest (despite the hype of Climategate) that the accumulating stock of CO2 is correlated with the climate being jostled out of sync leading to increasing volatility imperfectly captured under the idea of global warming which cretins like Bolt tend try to disprove by pointing to cold days.

    THERE IS NO EVIDENCE FOR ANY OF THIS SHIT. YOU ARE LYING.

    Ok SOON. If you think there is this evidence lets have it? First it was warming. Now its volatility. You have no evidence that CO2 is culpable in any of this.

  10. JASON SOON.

    We cannot base policy on you telling lies. You haven’t found any evidence for this crap. What are you talking about? Which study did you find so powerfully convincing in this regard?

    See you are just lying.

    Dover for fucksakes. Don’t buy into this betting racket. Its got nothing to do with betting. Just tell him to stop lying or hand over the evidence.

  11. As SOON as you let people pursue policy based on lies and make-believe, you have entered into an argument you cannot win. You’ve got to stand up for the truth right at the beginning of the process.

  12. GO AWAY JC. YOU ARE A MENACE.

  13. How is the idiocy of Dover. My goodness. Here he just keeps on with the betting analogy.

    Bets are where you don’t understand what is going on. Dover ought not blow up his own ignorance and treat this ignorance as a cosmic law.

  14. A thousand slimy slimy things lived on and so does Cambria. Now the dumb wop is trying to bribe me into telling lies. For money.

    Now I haven’t worked for Goldman Sachs Cambria. Just pay a bit more attention to who you are talking to here.

  15. The stupidity of rog never ends. Now he’s accusing people of not wanting closure on an ETS. Thats precisely what we want. To stop this ongoing menace so that the investments can begin.

    Waiting for this moron to come good with evidence is like watching dead animals rot.

  16. The stupidity never ends with Cambria. Here he is on thoughts on selling out freedom.

    “There’s no reason to go in and doubt AGW. We should simply demand the data, source code and methods used.”

  17. Bird;

    This thread is appalling.You’re lucky you don’t get sued.

  18. So you are going to sue me right? So I show up in court with everything you’ve said to Philomena right. What’s the lady magistrate going to say to you champ?

    All Cambria has to do is repent. You don’t have to be a weirdo to know that stealing from the poor and giving to the rich is unethical. We never really dithered with and contested the easy stuff where I came from.

    Now for some pathbreaking economic insights. You still here Cambria?

    VELANOVIN ECONOMICS

    Your comment is awaiting moderation.
    Its irresponsible not to got with nuclear. Heliostats can help because they work in well with peak usage. Home solar and wind less-so. And here we ought be matching technologies. Ammonia and hydrogen can be made intermittently. A perfect match with wind and home solar.

    Hydrogen is uneconomic and dangerous where compression is high and for central manufacture and distribution. But its so easy to make, it can be made at home or by one fellow on your street. With only a small amount of compression you can make enough of it to get to work and back. We want hydrogen/diesel hybrids. But in practice it will be cheaper eventually to sort out hydrogen for commuting needs with diesel as backup.

    There is no getting around diesel for heavy cargo transport if its efficiency that you want. But still having basic commuting hydrogen-based and oh so cheap. Well its a start.

    We have got to start building more wharves. Nothing can beat the energy efficiency of water transport. You can even have computer-controlled sales to take the edge off the energy cost. That opens up the oceans for work in progress. Since manufacturing is really an extension of logistics. Logistics is about putting things in the right sequence. And cost-cutting is often about getting inventories down.

    Putting this together it stands to reason that the most powerful economy to be spoken about with a human language, would be based around a multitude of factories with their own wharves as dispatch and incoming. And their inventories and work in progress on the water.

    Unmanned boats traveling slowly, with sales, hydrogen and diesel back up. And continually putting themselves in the correct order so that they arrive at the factory in the exact sequece in which they are needed. No economy could possibly be more effective or energy efficient then that.

  19. Your comment is awaiting moderation.

    “What Labor need are a bunch of retired scientists still on the public teat to travel around the rural Australia I know and love, and to explain how the evidence stacks up to make AGW the best supported theory so far…”

    The problem with this story is that its not true. A million people insisting it a million times won’t make the spell.

    And farmers are smarter than to believe this stuff that has nothing going for it.

    It really is time to revisit the science. Last time anyone would discuss scientific evidence I didn’t have my head across the entire subject. It is really time to put this story to rest.

  20. Your comment is awaiting moderation.
    “Nuclear power may well be established in parts of the world but in Oz we have had such a long tradition of not doing it’s hard to see how this will be reversed with the support of an overwhelming majority of punters.”

    Property rights mean you only have to convince one person. You set the allowable background radiation, and the allowable radiation to go to the neighbours property. Once these rules are set then its not a concern of the majority of the people. Under property rights the majority have to attempt not to be sticky-beaks. Its really none of their business.

  21. Stop messing with my computer you jerk.

  22. “Abbott has announced that his policy of curbing emissions will be higher energy efficiency standards. Can anyone see the irony here?”

    Its getting to the stage where I’m having to assume that mentally deranged CO2-bedwetter, who by his own admission, does not understand the science, is lying until proven otherwise.

    Since Jason Soon said the above, I’m going to have to assume its a lie.

  23. Comment from: Graeme Bird December 3rd, 2009 at 10:22 am

    November was the warmest on record? Thats a bit of a loaded phrase isn’t it? Even with the caveats intact. If you want to figure out whats going on you’ll forget about CO2 in its entirety. And start thinking about the way the sun works. Which isn’t what we have been told. Or at least what we’ve been told isn’t the whole story. We have to stop thinking in terms of just the Sun and Earth. And have to start thinking about the interaction of the galaxy in its entirety.

    We had enough information to tell us we would be definitely cooling. That the 2030’s at least would be particularly cold. And that we weren’t about to see any serious recovery until well past mid-century if at all.

    But the problem now is that we have the unprecedented (for almost 26 000 years) advent of us about to come very close to the galactic equator. So its back to the drawing board. And with that X-factor screwing things up, our former norms and generalisations about the behaviour of the solar cycles have to be regarded as somewhat provisional.

    One can only expect the weather to get progressively more volatile. As far out as some of the 2012 speculations are they have more going for them than this C02 idiocy. In a single afternoon I was able to find more evidence linking supernovae to outsized volcanic activity on earth, than 100 billion dollars of stolen money has turned up showing that CO2 is bad for the biosphere. Since I at least found some evidence, whereas all that money didn’t ever turn up any evidence that CO2 isn’t terrific for the biosphere.

  24. My dear Mr Bird,

    I have been following your treatises de philosphe for many a good month, and agree with much of what you say, particularly in relation to the need for a pogrom to clean out the filth.

    However, I would caution you to end this misguided flirtation with messers Quartermain and Hanson, for I have it on good intelligence (and I retain an excellent network, at the cost of many gold pieces) that they are dangerous leftists and Jacobins who are hell-bent on tearing up cobblestones, manning barricades and whatnot, and otherwise disrupting good order.

    Heed my words sir. No good can come of it. Now carry on.

    May God be with you.

  25. Some sonofabitch has been giving me trouble with my cursor all morning. Like he’s almost wresting it off of me. Stopping me in my tracks. So I finally managed to thwart the bastards’ evil intent. I pulled out the internet connection and ran the anti-virus program about five times.

    Now everytime the prick tries to reach across the aether and grab my cursor I immediately pull out the internet connection and run the anti-virus software again.

    I wasted all morning not figuring out how to deal with these assholes. But now I’m quits with them. So go suck shit, and waste the taxpayers money in some other way you jerks.

  26. Very good post. But don’t try and malign me with this anti-semite tag. What appears to be anti=semitism in my case is really me trying to reason with Sinclair and Cambria that they don’t know what hell they can raise, with their preferred habit of triangulation.

    We had a flare-up of anti-semitism on the left a couple of years back. If we were unfortunate enough to have a burst of anti-semitism on the right and the left at the same time, it could go bad for our Jewish friends. There is the matter of luck in all this. And we wouldn’t want any bipartisan synchronicity here.

    Or it would be like living with a couple of sheilas with synchronised periods and them with possession of odorless untraceable poisons on top of that.

    Cambria doesn’t seem to realise. People who are poor to start with do not appreciate being robbed by rich guys who subsequently give themselves 30 billion in bonuses. For this sort of behaviour there must be payback. But unfortunately its often third parties that cop it.

    Cambria went so far as to actually gloat at the anger out there. He went to the site THOUGHTS ON SELLING OUT FREEDOM, and he posted this bloke complaining about the heist that the banks had pulled off against their countrymen. Cambria the fucking cunt, had no comeback to what this fellow was saying. But the gentleman was correct in every detail.

    You’ve got to understand what evil bastards the elite can become. The elites in some societies have taken to watching people rip eachother apart in stadiums. Or they have taken up cannibalism. The way Cambria was ridiculing this fellow with the crime still fresh in on his banskter homeys hands ….. shows a sort of callousness and psychopathy that is really hard to believe or comprehend. And as I said, while one never wants to go overboard, there has to be some sort of payback for this level of abuse.

  27. “The point is that the LDP does not have a policy in support of a carbon tax. A press release that discusses a carbon tax (and merely says it would be preferable to carbon trading) is not a policy.”

    But you didn’t stridently rule it out David. Thats what has been missing here. We had to reign in all these mindless 30-something lunatics. Especially those on this very thread.

    I mean what a bunch of evasive weak-minded anti-science dolts they all turned out to be.

    Does anyone here have any evidence whatsoever that CO2 emissions are bad for the biosphere?

    They all got to grow up. We cannot appease them. They’ve acted like a bunch of stupid sheep.

    Comment by graemebird | December 3, 2009

    Humphreys if you want a new tax, based on both irrational science and ignorant economics, START A NEW PARTY.

    Thats pretty simple isn’t it? Take your narcism and sundry mental problems elsewhere. If you think CO2-emissions are bad for the biosphere SEE A PSYCHIATRIST. I’m so fucking tired of your idiocy on this subject mate. You do not have the right to land irrational new taxes on your benefactors you prick.

    Comment by graemebird | December 3, 2009

  28. The consequences of screwing this up are so profound that we have to start seeing to our linguistic act. We’ve got to stay on point and speak English. So no more nonsense about “climate change”. We can cut that Orwellian crap out for starters. The subject is CO2-emissions. Thats what we are talking about. And we don’t care if the emissions cool or warm some tiny microscopic amount. Thats not the story here.

    We ask whether the CO2 emissions are good or bad for the natural world. For the biosphere. All we have to do is speak English, don’t bullshit people and this absolute menace of the carbon tax, and Humphreys jumping from foot to foot, will be over like a bad dream.

    Comment by graemebird | December 3, 2009

  29. “RL:

    look I’m no science geek, but like that Taleb dude that Jason keeps referred to (and I’ve also being saying) I really don’t think we should be putting all that crap in the atmosphere as it could be a little dangerous.”

    If that was the case we would have the evidence for it you moron. Its not crap. Its CO2. What plants breathe. Stop talking shit Cambria.

    If you have evidence that CO2 emissions are dangerous, spit it out. Don’t make shit up you primitive fuckwit.

    We have an objective shortage of CO2. Thats just a fact.

  30. Listen Taleb doesn’t have any fucking evidence. Jason was an idiot to refer to him. Its just something he came up with. You say stuff on TV. But it doesn’t mean anything. And you and Jason have rejected everything he has said.

    It just goes to show what mean-spirited bastards you two are. You’ve been running Nassim down for months, now you lying cunt, you pretend you don’t know who he is, and you are going to say you agree with him ON CLIMATE SCIENCE. Instead of everything else.

    What a complete cunt you are.

    Lets have that quote from the low-down scum Cambria again.

    “ook I’m no science geek, but like that Taleb dude that Jason keeps referred to”

    Jason and you have referred to him many times. And always in a negative context because of your incompetence in economics.

  31. CL laying out some HOME TRUTHZZZZZZ to the irrationalist quisling Jason Soon. Soon tried to pull rank on CL by calling himself an “economic rationalist”. In fact he isn’t a rationalist anything. And CL’s understanding of economics is superior to SOONS:

    “I’m an economic rationalist first and a political hack last.

    The ETS is a comand and control, government-imposed tax. It isn’t a “market instrument” except perhaps in a Kevin Rudd essay. And just to repeat: while the Groupers were literally facing off in factories and on the docks against those who truly threatened Australian liberty, your sissy intellectual predecessors didn’t do diddly squat about it. So kindly shut up with the Larvatus Prodeo talking point.

    You are in fact are a lefty libertarian who has aided and abetted the Hamiltonian global warming bed-wetters for years.

    Now you have the gall to criticise Tony Abbott for not measuring up to the satisfaction you receive from your Ayn Rand blow-up doll. Here’s a question, Jason: will you give Abbott a few months in order to assess his overall policy mix and the small print of what he comes up with? Or have you concluded that you already have a good enough pretext to distance yourself, Bahnisch-like, from the unclean Santamaria admirer and hold your head up at libertarian book readings?”

    Jason’s attitude is hysterical, anti-economics and anti-science. And it smacks of anti-Catholicism.

  32. Some sonofabitch has been giving me trouble with my cursor all morning. Like he’s almost wresting it off of me. Stopping me in my tracks. So I finally managed to thwart the bastards’ evil intent. I pulled out the internet connection and ran the anti-virus program about five times.

    Bird, take yourself to a large hospital BLAH BLAH BLAH.

    CAMBRIA IS RIGHT. THESE DUDES ARE JUST TRYING TO SEND ME A MESSAGE ON THE OFF-CHANCE THAT I WASN’T BEING LITERAL ON THE KEVIN RUDD THREAD. THATS THEIR JOB. THATS WHY WE HAVE HUNDREDS OF THESE PEOPLE. THEY WERE TRYING TO SCARE ME NO DOUBT. THEY WERE SAYING THEY COULD PUT THE HORSES HEAD IN THE BED AND REACH RIGHT THROUGH MY KAPERSKY FILTER. AND THEY CAN TOO. BUT NOT IF I PULL THE CONNECTION STRAIGHT OUT.

  33. Ummm, Graeme. Have you considered the possibility that you might just have to clean your mouse?

    I DON’T HAVE A MOUSE. ITS A LAPTOP. IT A ONE TO ONE THING. THE BUGGER GETS HOLD OF MY CURSOR. I PULL OUT THE CONNECTION STRAIGHT AWAY AND I’M SWEET. YOU JUST GOT TO STOP BEING STUPID ABOUT STUFF LIKE THIS JASON. THERE REALLY IS PEOPLE EMPLOYED BY THE GOVERNMENT YOU KNOW. LIKE YOUR MORONIC IDEA ABOUT THE CHINESE SPIES. LIKE THEY ARE ALL HERE. KNOWN TO ASIO. BUT SOMEHOW THEY DON’T DO ANYTHING IN YOUR VIEW.

    IF THEY ARE REACTING TO MY KEVIN RUDD THREAD ITS FAIR ENOUGH TOO. PEOPLE MIGHT THINK I WAS TALKING CODED. TRYING TO INCITE VIOLENCE. NOT AT ALL. I WAS BEING LITERAL. I WAS TALKING A TWENTY YEAR TIME HORIZON AND ONLY LEGAL ACTIONS.

  34. I’LL LET THROUGH A TASTE OF YOUR ABUSE AGAINST ME ON THIS FORUM. BUT NO ABUSE OF PHILOMENA IS WELCOME HERE EVER.

  35. Mr B

    Look what they are doing to our defense industries and the Beloved Metal Storm:

    http://www.smh.com.au/business/metal-storm-cuts-spending-as-it-waits-for-funds-20091203-k7sj.html

    Needless to say, I blame the Jews.

  36. I would blame the Chinese. Lead these guys on. Stop the defense project. Bankrupt all the brains. Then figure it out how they will work for the mainland.

  37. Well of course I blame the Chinese too.

    But who’s putting them up to it?

  38. HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA

    Always the charitable Ron. Seeing the best in our Peking antagonists.

    “Oh come on. Who put you nice, clean-cut boys up to this”

  39. It’s the Jewish/Goldman Sachs cabal of course.

  40. My dear Mr Hanson,

    Despite my having identified dangerous Jacobin tendencies in you and the erstwhile Mr Quartermain, I fear I must agree with your prescient analysis.

    As a patriotic Frenchman, I have felt this way ever since, as a callow princeling, I first heard of the pardoning of that disgraceful Dreyfus fellow. Fortunately that situation was partially rectified during the period of The Glorious Occupation some years back.

    It is an unfortunate reality that, from time to time, society must be “cleansed,” as it were.

  41. It is because of these vary tendencies that I say we go in for getting rid of fractional reserve NOW!!!!!! And mass-sackings in the public sector.

    That way we don’t have to beat up on innocents down the track.

  42. Look at the way these fucking parasites try to pad out there own pockets through treason:

    “A bad plan is not justified by certainty and until there is a world deal any plan is likely to be a bad plan.”

    Go Pedro Go.

    You fucking quisling cunt.

  43. Mr Bird I think you are way off the mark.

    • IF YOU THINK THAT THE ELECTRONS BOUNCE UP AND DOWN ON SHELLS MADE OF NOTHING AT MULTIPLE TIMES THE SPEED OF LIGHT, AND THAT THIS PROCESS CREATES AND DESTROYS PHOTONS FOR NO REASON ……. WELL YOU GO AHEAD AND MAKE THAT CASE.

  44. Tell me about it. Wrong about what? Way off the Mark on what specifically?


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