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Forum Post: Its Time to NAME The PEOPLE Who Are Committing These Crimes Against Us!!!

Posted 12 years ago on Dec. 27, 2011, 12:29 p.m. EST by Renaye (522)
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Disenchanted and angry, but clueless as to what we want, is the propaganda that the MSM is still spouting. But us awakened people do know what we want. So...what I don't understand is, why are none of the names of the criminal elites on all the signs that the protesters are carrying? The thing that the elite cabal fear MORE THAN ANYTHING, is the knowledge that we know who they are personally...and total exposure is the only thing that will stop them! "End the Fed" is a great start, but it is still too benevolent. We should be carrying signs that show loudly and clearly that we know exactly who THEY are! That way they can't hide behind the faceless blanket term "GLOBALISTS", 'BANKERS', "ELITE", "FEDERAL RESERVE", "1%" or "NWO".

Most people think the Federal Reserve is a government entity. It is not. It is privately owned by the world's wealthiest families and royal families who have violently protected their identiites from being connected to the federal reserve. They are responsible for a countless loss of life to try to keep this secret for many, many, many generations. The internet has been their worst enemy and hopefully will release their strangle hold on us.


Unless we expose the ROOT CAUSE, the invisible ruling elite will still be there to do these things to us again another day. The important but lesser problems will get fixed properly once the ruling elite are gone and honest people are elected. Always aim to take down the very top peak of the pyramid....or nothing will ever change. EXPOSE THEM!! If the whole world knows who they are, they can't hide. Each country that is protesting, needs to look up their countries ruling elite names, illuminati names, NWO names and get them on as many signs as possible and show the whole world who they are! If we focus on this one idea, they won't be in power for much longer. Spread the word!! Don't do this by yourself! This has to be done en masse....if only a few do this, they'll be escorted away. But if tens of thousands do it at the same time, what are they going to do? They can't get all of us. Strength in numbers!

There are many more North American criminal ruling elite families that need to be exposed;


EXPOSE THESE CRIMINAL RULERS!!!! They need to see their own names on tv.


The Money Masters ~ http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JXt1cayx0hs

History of The Federal Reserve ~ Enlightening! http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=7757684583209015812

Your fellow human being



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[-] 2 points by sherman522003 (2) 11 years ago

not only them but what about the members of congress who got very rich creating a law that allows them and only them to use insider trading I would think that its uncostitutional for congress to do that. I would think you guys would really hone in on that one. I think they all should be prosicuted and jailed for insider trading.


[-] 2 points by Middleaged (5140) 11 years ago

William Philip "Phil" Gramm (born July 8, 1942) is an American economist and politician, who has served as a Democratic Congressman (1979–1983), a Republican Congressman (1983–1985) and a Republican Senator (1985–2002) from Texas.

Flip Flopper ....

Between 1995 and 2000, Gramm was the chairman of the U.S. Senate Committee on Banking, Housing, and Urban Affairs. During that time he spearheaded efforts to pass banking deregulation laws, including the landmark Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act in 1999, which removed Depression-era laws separating banking, insurance and brokerage activities.

Gramm was one of five co-sponsors of the Commodity Futures Modernization Act of 2000.[8] One provision of the bill is often referred to as the "Enron loophole" because some critics blame the provision for permitting the Enron scandal to occur.[9]


2008 Nobel Laureate in Economics Paul Krugman described Gramm during the 2008 presidential race as "the high priest of deregulation," and has listed him as the number two person responsible for the economic crisis of 2008 behind only Alan Greenspan.[19][20] On October 14, 2008, CNN ranked Gramm number seven in its list of the 10 individuals most responsible for the current economic crisis.[21]

In January 2009 Guardian City editor Julia Finch identified Gramm as one of twenty-five people who were at the heart of the financial meltdown.[22] Time included Gramm in its list of the top 25 people to blame for the economic crisis.[23]


Years before Phil Gramm was a McCain campaign adviser and a lobbyist for a Swiss bank at the center of the housing credit crisis, he pulled a sly maneuver in the Senate that helped create today's subprime meltdown.

—By David Corn

| July/August 2008 Issue

[-] 2 points by Middleaged (5140) 11 years ago

Geopolitical Analyst/Strategic Resource Planners:

Henry Kissigner (National Security Advisor)
Condelesa Rice (National Security Advisor)
Karl Rove (Poltical Stratgist)
Zbigniew Kazimierz Brzezinski (National Security Advisor)
John Foster Dulles (Secretary of State, CIA)
Allen Welsh Dulles (Director CIA)
Walter Lippmann (father of Propaganda) Edward Bernaise (Propaganda as we know it)
David Rockefeller (Director of CFR)
Nelson Rockefeller
John D. Rockefeller
William Putnam "Bill" Bundy (CIA, Advisor to President, Skull & Bones)
Robert Strange McNamara (Defense Secretary, Vietnam Escalator)
Donald Rumsfeld (Defense Secretary, Iraqi War promoter)
Lyndon B. Johnson (President, Vietnam Escalator)
Daniel Bell, (NEOCON)
Daniel Patrick Moynihan, (NEOCON)
Irving Kristol, (NEOCON)
Joe Lieberman (NEOCON)
Paul Wolfowitz -- State and Defense Department official
R. James Woolsey, Jr. --Director of Central Intelligence,.
Richard Perle --Assistant Secretary of Defense, lobbyist.
Jeane Kirkpatrick --Ambassador to the United Nations
Scooter Libby --Chief-of-Staff to Cheney
Richard Armitage --Defense Department official
Zalmay Khalilzad --State and Defense Department official
Elliot Abrams --Republican foreign policy adviser.
William G. Boykin --Under Secretary of Defense for Intelligence
Frank Gaffney -- founder of the Center for Security Policy
John R. Bolton --Ambassador to the United Nations
Eliot A. Cohen
Robert Kagan Brookings Institution,
Francis Fukuyama Center on Democracy, Development and the Rule of Law.
Victor Davis Hanson --Hoover Institution,
Michael Ledeen --Foundation for Defense of Democracies,
Sidney Hook --Political philosopher;
Nathan Glazer --Professor of sociology,
Harvey Mansfield --Professor of Government Harvard University
Bernard Lewis -- Near Eastern Studies at Princeton University, author.

Right Wing Think Tanks:

CFR - Council Of Foreign Relations
Skull & Bones
Bradley Foundation
Ethics and Public Policy Center
Foundation for Defense of Democracies
Henry Jackson Society
Hudson Institute
Manhattan Institute
Jewish Institute for National Security Affairs
Project for the New American Century
American Enterprise Institute
Hoover Institution
Center for Security Policy

Neoliberal Economist:

Milton Friedman
Chicago School of economics

Bankers, CEOs, and executives involved in financial scandals, bribes, or being mean to workers or invstors:

Charles H. Keating, Jr., (Lincholn Savings and Loan)
Neal Bush (Silverado savings and Loan)
Lawrence King (Franklin Federal Credit Union)
Tom Petters (Fingerhut Fraud)
Michael Sheehan (Donegal International, Vulture Capitalism)
Barry Minkow (ZZZZ Best, Ponzi)
Michal Robert Milkin (Junk Bond King)
Michael Saylor (MicroStrategy, PriceWaterhouseCooper)
Sanjay Kumar (Computer Associates, KPMG)
Samuel D. Waksal (ImClone, KPMG)
Dennis Kozlowski (Tyco, Price Waterhouse Cooper)
Bernard Ebbers (Worldcom, Arthur Andersen)
Calisto Tanzi (Parmalat, Grant Thornton SPa)
Richard M. Scrushy (Health South, Ernst & Young)
John Rigas (Adelphia, Deloitte & Touche)
Jeffrey Skilling, (ENRON, Arthur Andersen)
Kenneth Lay, (ENRON, Arthur Andersen)
Andrew Fastow (ENRON, Arthur Andersen)
Harold W. Greenwood Jr., (Midwest Federal Savings & Loan)
Donald J. Snede, (Midwest Federal Savings & Loan)
Charlotte E. Masica, (Midwest Federal Savings & Loan)
Robert A. Mampel (Midwest Federal Savings & Loan)







http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hGl3QPfB084&noredirect=1 (Ann barnhardt & Warren Pollock)


[-] 2 points by Middleaged (5140) 11 years ago

Interesting Question Name Names?

We are behind the learning curve, I feel. see my comments on Implementation below. We should study Money As Debt, Financial Investments, Financial Instruments, Financial Transparency, Financial Scandals, Accounting Fraud, Accounting Control Fraud, and the public and private executives that are responsible for willful ignorance, complicity, accessory, and Conflict of Interest.

Strategy Questions are always interesting. Name Names? I was just thinking we need to post Names and learn about these people. So yes, we are behind the curve of people controlling the system. We need to name names and learn about the things they are doing.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Internal_control (auditing and Fraud)

Internal controls have existed from ancient times. In Hellenistic Egypt there was a dual administration, with one set of bureaucrats charged with collecting taxes and another with supervising them.[3] In the Republic of China, the Control Yuan (監察院; pinyin: Jiānchá Yùan), one of the five branches of government, is an investigatory agency that monitors the other branches of government.


Deterrence involves an analysis of the conditions and procedures that affect fraud enablers, in essence, looking at what could happen in the future given the process definitions in place, and the people operating that process. Deterrence is a preventive measure – reducing input factors” (Cendrowski, Martin, Petro, The Handbook of Fraud Deterrence).

The Fraud Triangle describes three factors that are present in every situation of fraud: 1.Motive (or pressure) – the need for committing fraud (need for money, etc.); 2.Rationalization – the mindset of the fraudster that justifies them to commit fraud; and 3.Opportunity – the situation that enables fraud to occur (often when internal controls are weak or nonexistent).

We are losing the war since the Corporate Lobby is in a War of Resistance against "Internal Controls". And congress has joined them in this fight.


A Campaign Against Fraud and Conflict of Interest

1) OWS Movement
2) 99% Movement
3) Movement Against Corporate Personhood
4) Movement for Constitutional Convention
5) Global Strikes
6) IWW Wobblies Movement
7) Labor Unions
8) Reregulate banks through Glass-Steagall Act (GSA)
9) Sarbanes-Oxley support and Implementation
10) Mandatory on Balance Sheet Transactions under GAAT to prevent Risk presented by trading derivatives and assets "off-balance sheet" 11) Alternative Media, Support of Alternative Media, rejecting MSM
12) Action that lets congress know the people want investigations of Conflict of Interest, Mortgage Fraud, Banking Fraud, Corporate Fraud, White Collar Crime, Gaming of Financial Markets and Financial Instruments, Tax Avoidance Industry in the US, etc.
13) Action that lets congress know that Citizens want Social Programs, Portable Health Care, Portable Pensions, Stable Social Security, Interest bearing Individual Savings Accounts that pay 6-7% Interest, Caps on University tuition, College Loans that are capped at 4% at most, Usery Credit Laws that cap credit cards at 18% at most.
14) Action that tell congress we won't tolerate government borrowing money from banks and charged interest when the government can create it's own money for free.
15) Action that tells congress that we want to end the FED (Federal Reserve Banking Cartel) in favor of regional banks that can provide US Currency in the event of a run on a bank.
16 Action that tells congress that we want to Break up the monopolies of TBTF Banks, IMF, WB, ECB (Anti-Trust Law).
17) Action that tells congress we won't pay for bailing out Wall Street Banks and other Corporations
18) Call for Plan to Nationalize the Federal Debt - All Domestic Debt held by US Banks can be nationalized and written off. Small banks can avoid this process for Debt totaling less than $10 Million. This is complex since banks have created many derivatives, the federal reserve is holding mortgage debt, derivative debt, federal bonds, federal treasuries, etc. 19) Action tell congress to FIX the CPI (Consumer Price Index) 20) Action tell congress to FIX the Unemployment Index
21) Action tell congress to REVEAL the true decline of US Wages in the US 22) Action tell congress to REVEAL the True Loss of Pensions Due to poor or malignant Corporate Planning, Corporate Mergers, and Corporate Competition/Corporate Arbitrage
*23) Action to tell congress to REVEAL the Decline of Public wealth and living standards as a Direct Result from changes in Corporate Behavior since 1970


U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) Federal Reserve System ("Fed") Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (OCC) National Credit Union Administration (NCUA) Office of Thrift Supervision (OTS)

[-] 2 points by ropeknot (359) 12 years ago

Names ! ! !

I want names and e-mail addresses and anything else that will help us get the dictator wanabees out of their positions !

Thank you for what you have supplied here , but , make a post giving all the info for all to share !

Sorry for putting you on the spot and giving you so much work to do , but you started a good thing , now continue !!!

As , DKAtoday stated ; "Share, circulate, educate, inspire."

P.S. I know it will take time , but I'll wait ! Thanks in advance !!!

[-] 2 points by DKAtoday (33802) from Coon Rapids, MN 12 years ago

This is why we are here this is why you are needed.


Share, circulate, educate, inspire.

[-] 2 points by singlemom99 (57) from Bethlehem, PA 12 years ago

Where I live we have our own families who are taking over my little town. Its really sad. They think they have so much power. They are friends with all the rich people who of corse are the local politicians. These families mostly own restaurants. I worked for some, I get it.

[-] 1 points by Nevada1 (5843) 11 years ago

Thank you for post.

[-] 1 points by Middleaged (5140) 11 years ago

I just found a LINK that claims the votes for repeal of Glass-Steagall Act (Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act). These are the 1%ers that voted for Repeal of this Separation Of Banking created during the depression (New Deal regulatory progressivism). This caused the Financial Crisis of 2007-2009.

REPUBLICANS FOR (52): Abraham, Allard, Ashcroft, Bennett, Brownback, Bond, Bunning, Burns, Campbell, Chafee, Cochran, Collins, Coverdell, Craig, Crapo, DeWine, Domenici, Enzi, Frist, Gorton, Gramm (Tex.), Grams (Minn.), Grassley, Gregg, Hegel, Hatch, Helms, Hutchinson (Ark.), Hutchison (Tex.), Inhofe, Jeffords, Kyl, Lott, Lugar, Mack, McConnell, Murkowski, Nickles, Roberts, Roth, Santorum, Sessions, Smith (N.H.), Smith (Ore.), Snowe, Specter, Stevens, Thomas, Thompson, Thurmond, Voinovich and Warner.

DEMOCRATS FOR (38): Akaka, Baucus, Bayh, Biden, Bingaman, Breaux, Byrd, Cleland, Conrad, Daschle, Dodd, Durbin, Edwards, Feinstein, Graham (Fla.), Hollings, Inouye, Johnson, Kennedy, Kerrey (Neb.), Kerry (Mass.), Kohl, Landrieu, Lautenberg, Leahy, Levin, Lieberman, Lincoln, Moynihan, Murray, Reed (R.L), Reid (Nev.), Robb, Rockefeller, Sarbanes, Schumer, Torricelli and Wyden.


[-] 1 points by Middleaged (5140) 11 years ago

Saviors and White Knights:

William K. Black (former regulator, Professor Law)
Anton Valukas (Bankruptcy Examiner)
Bernie Sanders (Senator VT)
Byron Leslie Dorgan (Senator ND) Elizabeth Warren (Professor Law)
James K. Galbraith (Professor Government & Business)
Michael Greenberger (Professor Law)

Financial Analyst Critics of current system or FED:

Christopher Whalen (Institutional Risk Analytics)
Ann Barnhardt (Barnhardt Capital)
Warren Pollock (Alternate Media)
Peter Schiff (Altenate Media)
James Koutoulas (Commodity Customer Coalition) Gerald Celente (Trends Forcaster)
Max Kaiser (RT, Alternative Media)

Institution that could have been used to avoid Bail Out of TBTF is Resolution Trust Corporation.

Naming Names is Fraught with Danger especially for government representatives and regulators. Government employees and Federal Reserve Bank and Board Members should be squawking and whistleblowing.

In Naming Names, We have to be aware that these people drank the Kool Aid, and became part of the system. We may be jealous of them and they may not be evil for not being "Whistleblowers". Government Regulators should be given some benefit of the doubt (especially from me since I am a slow reader of all this testimony).

Mary Schapiro (Chairman SEC) Charles Christopher Cox (Chairman SEC)
William H. Donaldson (Chairman SEC) H. David Kotz (IG SEC)
Erik R. Sirri (SEC, Professor Finance, Economist) Tim Geithner (Secretary of the Treasury)
Ben Bernanke (Chairman of the Federal Reserve) Alan Greenspan (former Chairman of the Federal Reserve)
Jon Corzine (Goldman Sach executive, MF Global CEO, Politician) President Barak Obama (willfully ignorant, passive executive)
President George Bush (Responsibility goes to the Top) President William Clinton (Responsibility goes to the Top)
President George H.W. Bush (Responsibility goes to the Top) Dick Chaney (did he ever serve the public good)
Lawrence Summers (former Treasury Secretary) Henry Paulson (Treasury Secretary, Goldman Sachs)
Steven Shafran (Treasury, Goldmans Sachs) Kendrick R. Wilson III (Treasury, Goldmans Sachs)
Edward C. Forst (Treasury, Goldman Sachs) Robert K. Steel (Wachovia CEO, Goldman Sachs, US Treasury)
Robert E. Rubin (Secretary Treasury, Goldman Sachs, Citigroup) David G. Nason (Treasury)
Robert F. Hoyt (Treasury) Michele Davis (Treasury)
Jennifer Zuccarelli (Treasury) Stephen Friedman (Federal Reserve NY, Goldman Sachs)
William C. Dudley (Federal Reserve NY, Goldman Sachs) E. Gerald Corrigan (Federal Reserve NY, Goldman Sachs)
Reuben Jeffrey (Treasury, Goldman Sachs) Neel T. Kashkari (Treasury, Goldmans Sachs)
*Dan Jester (Treasury, Goldman Sachs)
Phillip Swagel (Treasury Economic Policy)
Michael Bloomberg (Mayor NY, Bloomberg LP)
David K. Wilson (OCC Bank examiner, should have known)
Tim Long (OCC Bank examiner, should have known)
Douglas W. Roeder (OCC, should have known)
John C. Dugan (Comptroller of the Currency)
John D. Hawk (Comptroller of the Currency)
Armando Falcon (OFHEO)
James Lockhart (OFHEO)
Darrel Dochow (West regional director OTS)
John Reich (Director OTS)
Clarence K. Lee (Director OTS)
Shiela C. Blair (FDIC, Should have known)
Martin J. Gruenberg (FDIC, should Have Known)
Sandra Thompson (FDIC, should have known)
Robert W. Mooney (FDIC, should Have Known)
George French (FDIC, should have known)
Mark Pearce (FDIC, should have known)
Christopher J. Spoth (FDIC, should ahve known)
Michael H. Krimminger (FDIC, should have known)
Arthur J. Murton (FDIC, should have known)
John H. Corston (FDIC, should have known)
James R. Wigand (FDIC, Complex Financial Institutions)
Jason C. Cave (FDIC, Complex Financial Institutions)
William C. Dudley, (Federal Reserve NY)
Richard Westerkamp (Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond)
Donald Kohn (Vice Chairman Federal Reserve)
Joseph Sommer (Counsel, NY Federal Reserve)
Timmothy P. Clark (Federal Reserve)
Roger T. Cole (Federal Reserve Board)
Steve Manzari (Federal Reserve NY)
Dianne Dobbeck (Federal Reserve NY)
Hayley Boesky (Federal Reserve NY)
Seth B. Carpenter (Federal Reserve Board)
James A. Clouse (Federal Reserve Board)
Charles Thomas (Federal Reserve Board)
Sherry Edwards (Federal Reserve Board)
Patrick M. Parkinson (Board of Govenors Federal Reserve)
Edward J. DeMarco (Federal Housing Finance Agency)
Gary Gensler (Commodity Futures Trading Commisson)
Henry Cisneros (Secretary Housing and Urban Development)
Daniel H. Mudd (CEO of Fannie Mae, charged with Fraud)
Donald J. Bisenius (Freddie Mac)
Richard F. Syron (Freddie Mac)
Alan Cranston (Democrat of California, Keating Five)
Dennis DeConcini (Democrat of Arizona, Keating Five)
John Glenn (Democrat of Ohio, Keating Five)
John McCain (Republican of Arizona, Keating Five)
Donald W. Riegle, Jr. (Keating Five)
Jim Wright (D-TX) (Congressman, Vernon Savings & Loan)
Eric H. Holder, Jr. (US Justice Department)
Lanny A. Breuer (US Justice Department)

Bankers Below:

Lloyd Blankfien (CEO Goldman Sachs)
Barry Volpert (Goldman Sachs)
Sidney Weinberg (Goldman Sachs 1930s)
John C. Whitehead (CEO Goldman Sachs)
Edward M. Liddy (Goldman Sachs, AIG)
Suzanne Nora Johnson (Goldman Sachs, AIG)
Robert B. Zoellick (Goldmans Sachs, World Bank)
Mario Draghi (Goldman Sachs)
Mark J. Carney (Goldman Sachs, Bank of Canada)
Lucas Van Praag (Goldman Sachs)
Joshua B. Bolten (Goldman Sachs)
David Viniar (Goldman Sachs)
David Lehman (Goldman Sachs)
Craig Broderick (Goldman Sachs)
Gary D. Cohn (COO Goldman Sachs)
Jamie Dimon (JP Morgan) David Weisbrod (JP Morgan)
Barry Zubrow (JP Morgan)
Jes Staley, (JP Morgan Chase)
Jack Rubin (VP JP Morgan Chase)
Sandie O'Connor (JPMorgan Chase)
Michael A. Neal (CEO GE Capital)
Mark S. Barber (VP GE Capital)
David Wong (Treasurer Morgan Stanley)
Patrice Maher (Morgan Stanley)
John J. Mack (Chairman Morgan Stanley)
Scott Alvarez (General Counsel Federal Reserve)
Neel Kashkari (PIMCO, US Treasury)
Angus McBryde (Wachovia)
E. Stanley O'neal (Merrill Lynch CEO) Out of Business
John Thain (Merrill Lynch CEO) Out of Business
(CEO First Franklin Financial Corp) (CEO National City Corp)
Kenneth D. Lewis (CEO Bank of America)
Timothy J. Mayopoulos (Lawyer Bank of America)
Bryan T. Moynihan (CEO Bank of America)
Robert Kelly (Bank NY Mellon)
Vikram Pandit (CEO CITIBANK)
Charles O. Prince (CEO Citigroup)
Robert Rubin (Chairman BOD Citigroup)
David Bushnell (Citigroup)
Richard Bowen (Citimortgage, Whistleblower)
Murray C. Barnes (Citigroup)
Nestor Dominguez (Citi Markets)
Thomas C. Maheras (Citi markets)
Ronald Loque (State Street Bank)
Steven R. Maier (Chief Investments State Street Bank)
Richard Kovacevich (Wells Fargo)
(CEO Washington Mutual bank)
D. Keith Johnson (Washington Mutual bank)
Dick Fuld (CEO Lehman Brothers)
Pete G. Peterson (CEO Lehman Brothers)
Paolo Tonucci (Treasurer Lehman)
David Azerad (VP Lehman)
James Cayne (CEO Bear Stearns)
Alan D. Schwartz (CEO Bear Stearns)
Paul Friedman (Director Bear Stearns)
Samuel Molinaro, Jr. (CFO Bear Stearns)
Warren Spector (President Bear Stearns)
Robert A. Levin (VP New York Mercantile Exchange)
Darryll Hendricks, (UBS executive)
Joseph J. Cassano (CEO AIG)
Maurice R. Greenberg (CEO AIG)
Robert E. Lewis (AIG)
Mark J. Sullivan (CEO AIG)
Steven J. Besinger (CFO AIG)
Andrew Forster (CFO AIG)
Elias F. Habayeb (CFO AIG)
Eric Kolchinsky (Moodys Derivative rater)
Mark Froeba (Moodys Derivative rater)
Richard Michalek (Moddy's Ratings)
Jay Siegel (Moodys Ratings)
Nicholas S. Weill (Moodys Ratings)
Gary Witt (Moodys Ratings)
Raymond D. McDaniel (CEO Moody's)
Brian M. Clarkson (COO Moody's)
Warren W. Buffet (Berkshire Hathaway Ratings)

[-] 0 points by hchc (3297) from Tampa, FL 11 years ago

This post is four months old and I still agree with it. For them it is similar to when people get their name busted on political chat sites. All of a sudden the threat of exposure comes into play.