New Yorkers Welcome Planned Terror Attacks On Wall Street Banks

Wall StreetI know I should be horrified by the comments to this New York Post story claiming that the FBI and NYPD are advising Wall Street banks that terrorists are planning to attack them, but on the other hand it does show just how despised the bankers are because of the never-ending fallout from their self-induced financial crisis. Here are some particularly choice examples:

sadtruth
02/01/2011 1:32 PM
Planning attacks against major wall street executives? When? Do they need housing and accommodations?

Cut Off The Freeloaders
02/01/2011 1:25 PM
Shouldn’t we be referring to them as “superheroes” instead of terrorists? ANyone who has any dealing with US banks in the last few years would agree Im sure. The heads of US banks are the biggest criminal empire known to man.

TommyNYC
02/01/2011 10:32 AM
This will be the first terrorist attack sanctioned by the american taxpayers!! Take the executives but leave the buildings please!!

actressdiva
02/01/2011 7:57 AM
good thing all the records of the investigations on Wall Street were destroyed on 9-11….yeah….good thing huh Goldman??

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  • Liam_McGonagle

    Yeah, I was wondering when someone was gonna get around to saying this.

    So America’s gotten tired of kicking minorities and the poor around, eh? Maybe they just haven’t kicked hard enough. Everyone knows that serious change comes from persecuting the most powerless segments of society.

    Friggin’ Tea Baggers are SO stupid. . . .

  • Liam_McGonagle

    Yeah, I was wondering when someone was gonna get around to saying this.

    So America’s gotten tired of kicking minorities and the poor around, eh? Maybe they just haven’t kicked hard enough. Everyone knows that serious change comes from persecuting the most powerless segments of society.

    Friggin’ Tea Baggers are SO stupid. . . .

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  • WhiteRose

    I could see it now Charlie Sheen size Gucci cases of coke poofing into the NY skyline… free blow for everyone!

  • WhiteRose

    I could see it now Charlie Sheen size Gucci cases of coke poofing into the NY skyline… free blow for everyone!

  • Anonymous

    I was going to say, who cares lol, screw the banks, let the “Terrorist” bomb them all they want lol.

  • Robobagons

    I was going to say, who cares lol, screw the banks, let the “Terrorist” bomb them all they want lol. Probably wouldn’t shed one tear over that.

  • DeepCough

    Why wait for a terrorist attack on Wall Street? The Third Estate of France had the wherewithal to tear down the Bastille Prison.

  • http://voxmagi-necessarywords.blogspot.com/ VoxMagi

    Any industry less insulated and protected by layers of well paid off government personnel would look at such comments and consider some drastic changes in the interest of PR…but in this case they can actually afford to fire the customer…there are so many new and innovative ways to create money out of purely theoretical hot air that human investment is no longer necessary (except to pick up the tab after it crumbles.)

  • DeepCough

    Why wait for a terrorist attack on Wall Street? The Third Estate of France had the wherewithal to tear down the Bastille Prison.

  • http://voxmagi-necessarywords.blogspot.com/ VoxMagi

    Any industry less insulated and protected by layers of well paid off government personnel would look at such comments and consider some drastic changes in the interest of PR…but in this case they can actually afford to fire the customer…there are so many new and innovative ways to create money out of purely theoretical hot air that human investment is no longer necessary (except to pick up the tab after it crumbles.)

    • Liam_McGonagle

      Very good point. Classic 80/20 Pareto situation–80% of profits are made from 20% of customers.

      Though in the case of banking, I suspect it’s much more like 90/5. It’d be interesting to run the #s.

  • Liam_McGonagle

    Very good point. Classic 80/20 Pareto situation–80% of profits are made from 20% of customers.

    Though in the case of banking, I suspect it’s much more like 90/5. It’d be interesting to run the #s.

  • Jason

    The problem is that investment was created so that people could invest in companies they approved of and wanted to see succeed, investment is no longer about that, its about 5% of the people using inside information to pillage the economy.

    I just want to get this idea out there in case its picked up, investment should have a 48-hour waiting period for ANY AND ALL sales and purchases, this would ensure a purer motive.

    Oh yeah and i hope everyone who has ever worked on wall street dies a long, painful, sad and horrible death

  • Jason

    The problem is that investment was created so that people could invest in companies they approved of and wanted to see succeed, investment is no longer about that, its about 5% of the people using inside information to pillage the economy.

    I just want to get this idea out there in case its picked up, investment should have a 48-hour waiting period for ANY AND ALL sales and purchases, this would ensure a purer motive.

    Oh yeah and i hope everyone who has ever worked on wall street dies a long, painful, sad and horrible death

  • Goose

    Seems a little like Fight Club

  • Goose

    Seems a little like Fight Club

  • Other Mr. T.

    Dear terrorists, Goldman Sachs & Co. has 2 buildings in downtown Manhattan. 85 Broad Street and 200 Water Street. Citibank’s in 787 Seventh Avenue, 666 Fifth Avenue, 399 Park Avenue, 485 Lexington. Merill Lynch is at 250 Vesey Street also known as #4 World Financial Center. Presidents’ and CEO’s offices tend to be on high floors and corner rooms. Federal Reserve Bank of New York is at 33 Liberty Street. Corporate board meetings are held in the buildings, usually a week prior to the quarterly earnings reports are made public. Least secure regional airport is McArthur airport in Islip, Long Island. Br sure to call DHS and TSA at least 30 days in advance to request a cover event for your attack, such as a simulated terrorist attack drill or other typs of emergency preparedness exercises so that the US government can stand down during your attack, while having plausable denial in foreknowlege of the attack.

  • Other Mr. T.

    Dear terrorists, Goldman Sachs & Co. has 2 buildings in downtown Manhattan. 85 Broad Street and 200 Water Street. Citibank’s in 787 Seventh Avenue, 666 Fifth Avenue, 399 Park Avenue, 485 Lexington. Merill Lynch is at 250 Vesey Street also known as #4 World Financial Center. Presidents’ and CEO’s offices tend to be on high floors and corner rooms. Federal Reserve Bank of New York is at 33 Liberty Street. Corporate board meetings are held in the buildings, usually a week prior to the quarterly earnings reports are made public. Least secure regional airport is McArthur airport in Islip, Long Island. Br sure to call DHS and TSA at least 30 days in advance to request a cover event for your attack, such as a simulated terrorist attack drill or other typs of emergency preparedness exercises so that the US government can stand down during your attack, while having plausable denial in foreknowlege of the attack.

  • jmharlacher

    you all are crazy to think it is alright for terrorist to attack us on american soil agian

    • Matt

      Uhhh dude, there are no restrictions to how many times the US Government can attack the country. Hey, maybe the CIA didn’t directly orchestrate the attacks (of course, who else could have pulled it off? Not those silly cave dwelling terrorists, that’s for sure) but they certainly had foreknowledge of the attacks — and instead of stopping the attacks, they chose to profit personally from the attack. Hyuk hyuk! God Bless America and Wall Street!

      http://911research.wtc7.net/sept11/stockputs.html
      http://whatreallyhappened.com/WRHARTICLES/illegaltades.html

  • jmharlacher

    you all are crazy to think it is alright for terrorist to attack us on american soil agian

  • Matt

    Uhhh dude, there are no restrictions to how many times the US Government can attack the country. Hey, maybe the CIA didn’t directly orchestrate the attacks (of course, who else could have pulled it off? Not those silly cave dwelling terrorists, that’s for sure) but they certainly had foreknowledge of the attacks — and instead of stopping the attacks, they chose to profit personally from the attack. Hyuk hyuk! God Bless America and Wall Street!

    http://911research.wtc7.net/sept11/stockputs.html
    http://whatreallyhappened.com/WRHARTICLES/illegaltades.html

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