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Facebook Joins Forces With Banksters To Control Internet

January 3, 2011

Danny Panzella

The New York Times reported yesterday head bankster Goldman Sachs is investing $450 million and Russian Internet investment firm Digital Sky Technologies is putting in $50 million. Goldman is looking to raise $1.5 billion from its wealthy private clients, offering them a chance to invest in Facebook, which is considering a public offering in 2010 according to people familiar with the matter.

Goldman reached out to its clients in an email on Sunday night offering them the opportunity to invest in an unnamed “private company that is considering a transaction to raise additional capital.” Another person briefed on the deal said that Goldman clients would have to pony up a minimum of $2 million to invest and would be prohibited from selling their shares until 2013. Goldman insider investors were warned they they would not be allowed to trade Facebook in secondary markets.

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