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Earth to USA empire: Wall Street ain't "Too Big to Close"!
For the past 4 years, the corporate-bin-Laden media had been bloviating 24/7 that the biggest financial houses on Wall Street are simply "Too Big to Fail." That's why there has been total bi-partisan unity in bailing out those criminal banksters--to the tune of up to $29 Trillion(!) of taxpayers' money, according to 2 reputable economists who detailed their findings in an online post in 2011. Well, Mother Nature just showed us that--contrary to those self-proclaimed 'masters of the Unverse' on Wall Street--those blood-sucking banksters' firms aren't "Too Big to Shut Down."

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