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Bloomberg's market-corruption reports 3 Years ago Karma: 279
Regular readers may recall me previously noting an "evolution" in how Bloomberg reports its propaganda.

Originally when Bloomberg ran some news item about fraud/market corruption it ran such items independently. However, some time over a year ago that changed. Suddenly, every day a COMPILATION PIECE has been appearing in Bloomberg - noting SEVERAL acts of market corruption.

Every day...until TODAY (and perhaps some other recent days I missed?).

What did I see today? TWO compilation pieces on market corruption - because Bloomberg couldn't fit all of the SLIME (and its EXCUSES for the slime) into a single article.

Do we really need to know any more about the rampant criminality of our markets and economies than to see one of the main propaganda outlets publishing TWO compilations of acts of market corruption in a single day...?

P.S. Note that right underneath those two compilations of corruption there was a THIRD item - devoted to the crimes/corruption of Rupert Murdoch's media empire. Of course that is now "old news" AND it takes an entire column just to report on the Murdoch crimes. Obviously one could create an ENTIRE business-news entity that did nothing but report on the CRIMES of these Oligarchs.

"Bulgaria Antitrust, Italy Unbundles, Goldman: Compliance"

"Express Scripts, BofA, JPMorgan, UBS, Lehman in Court News"

"James Murdoch Board Seats Dwindle Amid BSkyB Scrutiny"
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