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Goldman Sachs: One Step Forward Two Steps Back


I think my head is going to explode….

Sometimes I like to remind myself that it is good that I am bearing witness to these events in real time—they’re inoculating me against stupidity and mass hysteria.

Most of the time though I am just saddened and angered by what I see going on around me.

These vaccines do not stop the spread of the virus, and in many cases one may find that they do not even really reduce the symptoms of the virus.

Not only can vaccinated people contract and spread Covid-19, but they may end up in a hospital all the same despite having 2,3, or 4 jabs of these experimental drugs.

Goldman Sachs is now asking employees to take a booster shot which doesn’t seem to really offer up very much protection against the new strain of the virus—at least not for very long.

It has also long since been established that these vaccines do not stop transmission of the virus as evidenced by the 505 NFL players that have been sidelined due to Covid-19 just this month.

The futility of these vaccines is further highlighted by Goldman’s own policy which comes to us via The Epoch Times:

Workers must also get tested twice a week starting Jan. 10, according to the recent directive by the finance firm, first reported by Bloomberg. Goldman was one of the main companies pushing for employees to return to their offices.

Why require people to take a booster and then get tested twice a week?

One necessarily implies that there is no faith in the other….

Poor thought processes such as these must cast doubt on Goldman’s ability to successfully analyze securities or act as a responsible investment house.

If they can’t apply simple logic, common sense, or do a little bit of research on this topic, then how are they going to do it for high grade investments?

Those who have money tied up in anything Goldman related should be weary about the future of such an institution right now—I know I would be.

Here’s more on the story:

NATIONAL POLL: Do You Trust Fox News?

CNN Business had more:

The new booster policy takes effect February 1 and applies to both employees and visitors. The move comes as a spike in Covid-19 cases complicates the return of office workers in New York and across the United States.

Fox Business adds:

The U.S. reported 164,644 new cases on Monday and 206,577 cases over the past seven days, according to the latest data from Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.


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