Does Goldman Sachs have a moral or ethical responsibility to help the people of this country, the very people who helped them by investing/salvaging the divorce process/Family Law? What are your thoughts?
Goldman Sachs received nearly 13 Billion in bail out monies several years ago to deal with AIG investments. Another nearly 6 Billion to deal with their investments. Just to keep the math simple, lets call it 20 Billion.
When asked to invest in salvaging the divorce process/courts in this country, an investment of $700,000 Goldman Sachs responded that it did not meet “current investment objectives… and interests.”
It might be argued that the American people/government did not feel that the bailout monies to Goldman Sachs “did not meet their current investment objectives and interests either.” But Goldman Sachs did receive the monies.
As a result you would think that they would be very committed in giving back to the people of this country, people who have made it possible for Goldman Sachs to remain in business by helping to reduce the devastation of divorce.
Additionally nearly 25% of all crime in this country may be related to divorce. Homicides, suicides, kidnappings, child abuse, domestic violence, violation of restraining orders, violence of court orders, stalking and more. To put just one of those numbers into perspective that is 4,000 homicides a year related to divorce. But impacting this issues does not meet “current investment objects and interests, of Goldman Sachs.”
Further, nearly 50% of the adult population and millions of children are impacted by divorce and the divorce process. But impacting this issue does not meet “current investment objects and interests, of Goldman Sachs.”
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