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Bill Moyers - Too big to jail?

Bill Moyers - Too big to jail?

(25:24) Veteran bank regulator an author of "The Best Way To Rob A Bank Is To Own One", William K. Black, lays bare how Washington and Wall Street are joined in a culture of corruption.

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Actually, he sort of took that quote from Bertold Brecht's Dreigroschenoper, where Mac the Knife says: "Was ist ein Einbruch in eine Bank gegen die Gründung einer Bank?" (What is the burglary of a bank, compared to founding a bank?)

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Actually, he sort of took that quote from Bertold Brecht's Dreigroschenoper, where Mac the Knife says: "Was ist ein Einbruch in eine Bank gegen die Gründung einer Bank?" (What is the burglary of a bank, compared to founding a bank?)

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we should take bankers, put car tires (about 5 or 6) around them, poor gasoline all over them, set them on fire and kick them down a hill.

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we should take bankers, put car tires (about 5 or 6) around them, poor gasoline all over them, set them on fire and kick them down a hill.

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