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  • Libyan fund officer threatened families of Goldman Sachs bankers over fraud case
    Libyan fund officer threatened families of Goldman Sachs bankers over fraud case
    On Oct. 6, a hearing in a London court over alleged fraud facilitated by Goldman Sachs in their consulting on a Libyan Sovereign Fund (LIA) found heated discussions between LIA executiveMustafa Zarti and two bankers from Goldman Sachs resulting in...
  • Plutocrats dressed in drag, bankers too big to jail
    Top news: Plutocrats dressed in drag, bankers too big to jail, more
    Below are key excerpts of important news articles which include revealing information on Wall Street plutocrats dressed in drag for secret society Kappa Beta Phi, bankers at the largest banks deemed too big to jail by the US Department of Justice,...
  • Insider warns that more banker assassinations are coming
    Insider warns that more banker assassinations are coming
    Within the past few weeks, at least three high level bankers and one financial journalist have either died due to mysterious circumstances that officials have quickly labeled as 'suicides', or disappeared without a trace. With little...
  • Boston bomber mind controlled, Iceland's bankers sentenced
    Top news: Boston bomber mind controlled, Iceland's bankers sentenced, more
    Below are key excerpts of important news articles on accused Boston Marathon bomber Tamerlan Tsarnaev's repeated accounts of being mind-controlled, the sentencing of four Icelandic bankers for fraud, Edward Snowden's open letter stating...
  • Social Security index smacks of ‘Nazi economics,’ group says
    Social Security index smacks of ‘Nazi economics,’ group says
    Pointing to ways the federal government could balance its books, the president of the American Banking Association suggested that Social Security benefits could be scaled back for the eldest recipients.Frank Keating warned the Senate Banking...
  • Democracy is mob rule
    Ending corporate rule while keeping government rule solves nothing
    The Women's International League for Peace and Freedom wants to end "Corporate Personhood."They even offer a bumper sticker for $2 that reads, "Want Democracy? – End Corporate Rule."This is where libertarians part...
  • Gold forced down as a message to states after President's meeting with bankers
    Gold forced down as a message to states after President's meeting with bankers
    On April 17, former U.S. Army Lieutenant Colonel Roy Potter issued a statement that the recent drop in gold prices was due to a forced manipulation by the central bank as a message to the states that were either demanding their physical gold back...
  • Wall Street leaders urge action to avoid the fiscal cliff
    Wall Street bankers urge Congress and President to avoid fiscal cliff
    On Friday October 19, 2012 members of theFinancial Services Forumreleased a letter that they presented Congress and the Obama administration with a day earlier. Theletter urged bipartisan work on a plan to avoid the looming fiscal cliff.&ldquo...
  • Elder Abuse
    Elder Abuse
    Hardly a day goes by that we do not hear of abuse or violence visited on another human being. This is a sad fact which needs to be addressed. Although, little is heard of elder abuse unlike its counterpart child abuse both are thriving in our...
  • Bankers and Thieves
    Banks and bankers: The biggest most corrupt banking scandal yet
    Last week news of the LIBOR scandal broke.However, I'm fairly certain that few American's noticed or even know what LIBOR is, what it means or how it affects their lives.The LIBOR index is kind of like your personal credit score except...
  • Guilty bankers should clean toilets, Fukushima meltdown 'manmade'
    Top news: Guilty bankers should clean toilets, Fukushima meltdown 'manmade'
    Below are key excerpts of important news articles on CNN's call for guilty bankers to clean toilets, the official Japanese report finding that the nuclear reactor meltdowns at Fukushima were 'man-made,' and more.Each excerpt is taken...
  • Chuck Schumer wooing
    Indictment: Wall Street holds back political contributions
    Institutional Pay GoThe entire issue about corporations and bankers influence on politics and the undermining by those entities of We the People is highlighted by activities of Chuck Schumer trying to win favor with at least some of the bankers...
  • Banker run: Money and bankers fleeing Spain's financial system
    Banker run: Money and bankers fleeing Spain's financial system
    Over the past few weeks, monetary bank runs on Spain's financial system have been going strong as people's fears of insolvency grows higher. Nationalization of Bankia, along with a falling Euro and confidence in the Eurozone, is reliving...
  • King Midas. All the gold in the world didn't do him much good.
    The Love of Money is the Root of All Evil
    In our neighborhood, there are nice homes where the grass is more than ankle high, clearly vacated, with signs posted on the front window. Flower beds are choked with weeds. In our neighborhood, some homes have been on the market too long; renters...
  • Some bankers may have low moral standards
    Some bankers may have low moral standards
    In lieu of what has been happening in the US economy recently, Montrealers are concerned by the ethics of bankers at large. Our system of banking in Montreal and by extension the rest of Canada is different from that of the USA. Our banks are...