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And so it begins...Glenn Beck Fan, Highly Armed, Busted in New York, XM-15 assault rifle, a shotgun and 500 rounds of ammunition

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August 02, 2009 – Comments (9) | RELATED TICKERS: GS , JPM , C

Fooldom knew this was coming....

As reported by Saturday's NY Post, "a Long Island mother of three -- armed to the teeth with an assault rifle and shotgun -- was arrested for scouting out and taking pictures of an Air National Guard base."  

Her arsenal included an XM-15 assault rifle, a shotgun and 500 rounds of ammunition.

The woman, Nancy Genovese, had been seen at the base a few weeks earlier, taking photos and questioning the guards.  This time she had returned to take photos of the perimeter of the base.  It's not difficult to make the connection that she was paranoid about "FEMA Camps".

Genovese is a Glenn Beck fan, according to her MySpace page (archived here). "He is mad as hell and so are we. He is right and so are we", writes Genovese, who also posted a video of a Glenn Beck rant.

Genovese additionally posted an amateur video indicating her apparent affinity for right-wing militia movements.

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Update #1: As posted below by davidkc, a nugget in the NY Post article is that "Genovese [was] held for a psychiatric examination after she went berserk in the courtroom."

Update #2: Genovese's Twitter page makes it clear she's a Tea Bagger.

Update #3: For those questioning the "FEMA Camp" connection, use your browser's search function to search Genovese's MySpace page.  You'll find multiple references where she acts out her paranoia.

Update #4: The Westhampton News adds a few details.  Photo below is of Genovese and the weapons and ammo police say they found in her possession.

http://www.dailykos.com/story/2009/8/2/65051/87777?new=true

MY COMMENT: I do not want or support the violence that might be building. I want the rule of law to reinstate itself and confidence in the system to be restored. It is the right answer and the easy answer. 

I told Fooldom to buy the gun and ammo makers (SWHC, RGR and OLN) , they are all up near 100% since my call.  The "unwashed masses" in the "fly over states" might not appreciate the activities of DC/Government Sach/FED/banksters.  If I was a Government Sachs employee, I would begin to think about a Plan B.

Rollings Stones here:

Inside The Great American Bubble Machine Matt Taibbi on how Goldman Sachs has engineered every major market manipulation since the Great Depression

http://www.rollingstone.com/politics/story/28816321/the_great_american_bubble_machine/print

Glen Beck here:

Glenn Beck: Why Goldman Sachs Is The Evil Empire!

Mother Jones here:

A Question for Goldman Sachs — By Kevin Drum | Thu April 16, 2009 10:31 PM PST
 http://www.motherjones.com/kevin-drum/2009/04/question-goldman-sachs

Internet everywhere:

http://www.goldmansachs666.com/

http://www.zerohedge.com/

151,791 views:

Rolling Stone: The Great American Bubble Machine PT.1 of 5

37,232 views

Kunstler here:

Wobble Time By James Howard Kunstler
on July 13, 2009 6:59 AM


     The cat coming out of the bag this week -- a frazzled, flaming, rabid, death-dealing cat -- is the news that Goldman Sachs will announce impressive second-quarter profits, and set aside $18 billion or so for employee bonuses averaging $600,000 per head (though, of course, not evenly distributed among them).  There probably are not fifty-three people in the USA who can explain how this development figures in with last fall's bailout gift from the US treasury, or the $13 billion GS received on the backside of US gift payments to the failed AIG insurance company, plus the reams of necrotic securitized debt paper rotting in the back of the GS vaults. This is a company playing with the fire of world history.
     It brings back the question, which has loomed dimly at the margins of America's collective consciousness, as to whether we can get through the long emergency ahead without going through a wringer of domestic political convulsion. At this rate, sooner or later, anything identified with wealth could become a target for the wrath of the unemployed and foreclosed. The first rock that flies through an East Hampton window, or the first firebomb tossed into the lobby of Goldman Sachs Manhattan headquarters could ignite a chain of events that shoves all economic policy out of the political arena and quickly divides everyone at the center of power into armies out for blood. 

 

Evil Syndicated

By now, everyone in that fraction of the world that pays attention to something other than American Idol and their platter of TGI Friday's loaded potato skins knows that Goldman Sachs has been caught at another racket in the stock market: front-running trades. What a clever gambit, done with the help of the markets themselves - the Nasdaq in particular - in which information on trades is held back a fraction of a second from public view, while the data is shoveled to the computers of privileged subscribers who can execute zillions of programmed micro-trades before the rest of  the herd makes a move. This allows them to vacuum up hundreds of millions of dollars by doing absolutely nothing of value.  The old-fashioned method used by brokers was called "churning," in which stocks were bought and sold incessantly (by phone) from the portfolios of inattentive clients merely to generate commissions.  In any sensible society - i.e. a society with an instinct for self-preservation - it would be against the law and the people doing it would be sent to prison.

MY COMMENT: Goldman Sachs appears to have robbed just about everyone, including Police, Fire Department, State employees and bankrupt airlines/industry with the Commodity Bubble.  FYI - Most airline employees are former or current Reservists in the Military.  I hope the FBI, SEC, Homeland Security, the Hague, UN, etc... bring Goldman to justice before there are more  "Long Island mother of three" going "Rambo" in New York etc....

 

 

9 Comments – Post Your Own

#1) On August 02, 2009 at 10:09 PM, abitare (49.90) wrote:

FYI - This red neck gets it...who doesn't?

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#2) On August 02, 2009 at 11:31 PM, Alex1963 (28.87) wrote:

Wow amazing post and links. I hadn't seen some of these before

Thanks

rec from me

Alex 

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#3) On August 03, 2009 at 1:44 PM, blake303 (29.51) wrote:

http://amfix.blogs.cnn.com/2009/08/03/crime-rates-down-despite-bad-economy/

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#4) On August 03, 2009 at 1:48 PM, automaticaev (60.27) wrote:

is this a joke a shotgun and a rifle and 500 rounds of ammunition is armed to the teeth?  they arrested her even though she commited no crime?  the government can arrest people who havent commited a crime now?  Is this a joke?  A rifle a shotgun and 500 rounds of ammunition is defensless and despratly in need of some weapons because they barley have any.

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#5) On August 06, 2009 at 5:18 PM, foolishdoog (< 20) wrote:

wackjobs all over will have personal opinions and issues right or left. compile all the college/highschool shooters and you will find quite the highly diverse group of people.

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#6) On August 07, 2009 at 10:27 AM, HighRisk41 (46.31) wrote:

mmmmmmm mudpies... sounds pretty tasty. I think I like that red neck.

As for Goldman Sachs, they are untouchable. The U.S. government will use every resource available to them to protect them. They have already proven that. The United States of Goldmen Sachs.... its kinda catchy : ) 

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#7) On August 07, 2009 at 10:52 AM, StopLaughing (< 20) wrote:

There are a few loose screws on both the right and the left. Daily Kos if full of them on the left.

A shot gun, a rifle and 500 rounds is a pretty normal situation for most gun owners.

Scouting out a base is nuts. Semi sane people do not scout out bases. They move to where there are no bases. 

When the left lose Congress I am more worried about the reaction of the left than the antics of the right in the meantime. 

 

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#8) On August 07, 2009 at 2:39 PM, automaticaev (60.27) wrote:

hmm and whose fault is high school shooters?  As far as i can tell the high svhool shooters were humans just like us and therefore we are the ones who allowed thisw to happen.  What about all the police shootings of innocent people?  they are ok right.  you people are sick.  people react to their environment.  you can have a dog for example that everyone loves and he is a very loving dog.  or you can have a dog who you treat like shit and it will bite peoples throats.  that is how orginized organic matter reacts on this planet and that is how it is like it or not.  Look in the mirror when you want to blame someone.  that is why i always try to treat everyone well.

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#9) On August 07, 2009 at 2:45 PM, automaticaev (60.27) wrote:

but if i treat people like shit and they shoot me i wouldnt be suprised at all.

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