Posts Tagged ‘Banks’
Are they the banks here to fleece us? Well they are not designed to be concerned for social welfare. And with all the investment opportunities of war, they clearly must be supporters. They can lend to the weapons manufacturers and gawk at the natural resources..
Trickle down fleecing. You can’t rise to the top, unless you support the wars. And paying heedence to the war cry becomes a prerequisite for promotion. Enter the Muslim worker. This is a cog in the works. After all, fleecing, laundering and pilfering are all the same side of the coin..
And there sits a teller wearing a head scarf. They need to be harassed out of the profession. And that is precisely what I witnessed in a bank the other day. A customer hassling the poor dear out of her mind. I have enough experience of these sordid times to realize he was a paid harasser. He probably doubles up as a paid (double agent) participant in social justice or anti-war groups.
Part of the war against Islam is for the rights of speculators. And they have made some strong inroads. Bourses in Saudi Arabia and Iran, I doubt if these institutions are truly Islamic, because in Islam it is forbidden to trade money without an exchange of goods.
Nevermind, it is just an observation, I am not holier than anyone else. I just draw the line on killing the weak. And killing women and children is now the hallmark of the West’s wars. And as for the laundering, I mean the banks, how long till we see the evil they have become? That they tax us for the war effort, and by any means.
It all started strangely, bank defaults in the UK, people queued, the money plummeted, and no amount of government spin helped. Inevitably people turned on the Jews.
Momentarily Israel seemed to garner some strength from being the refuge it had always said it was there for. Many thought it was Zionism reborn, briefly it seemed as though pride and purpose were returning.
In Europe it was like the Inquisition: “you can stay if you give up being Jewish”. And as for Bankers and the like they scarpered and hid for shame. It was the end of capitalism. Strange how it happened overnight.
The “wars without end” suddenly ended, coincidently with the fall of the Jews.
All this was of no immediate help to the Palestinians or the Americans, except, Americans followed suit, and just like the Iron curtain fell, and one country after another shed the Soviets, so it happened in the Capitalist world. Like dominoes, from Japan to Canada, everyone rebelled against the banks, the Jews, the wars, unfortunately it wasn’t a party. Food shortages and poverty took hold. They were anyway unfolding.
But the stranglehold of the propagandising Press ended abruptly. CNN and the BBC went down the drain.
Judaica was now presented as principally a haven for perpetuating central banks and interest rates. While the Jews were the last to accept this, they were nevertheless weakened by their lack of defence. Pointing to the religion seemed a little senseless when few actually followed it.
Some knock on events from the collapsing capitalism, was losing Egypt and Jordan as collaborators in the Jewish craving for eternal punishment. Without the US, the banks, and the Zionists, Israel suddenly came to its senses, it withdrew from the West Bank.
Some Israelis actually started dreaming of being artists instead of security agents. Inevitably a form of civil war erupted amongst the Jews. Their empire in collapse, bickering broke out, it was of such a low level, having grown up in a stew of disinformation. It was the tower of babel all over again.
The end of the Jewish empire. All those ultra nationalist Israelis and zionist supporters. Fighting for racism, in the belief that a person’s value is accorded from their lineage. So anachronistic. The Banks and the Media are Jewish controlled – this is the beginning of the end game.
Of course any written targeting of the mess we find ourselves in on the Jews is forbidden. The secret police keep everyone in check, but their hold is slipping. The bottom line has been ‘pride in Jewish heritage’ and it still is.
From the Guardian and the Observer (Same Company) – BTW no mention of Jewish anything.
Now the above could get me in trouble – but here is how to get out of trouble in five words =
‘There are also good Jews’.
Chris Knight, the anthropology professor suspended from the University of East London last week for suggesting that bankers might be lynched, was wandering the march alone. “I just met a copper and I said to him, ‘Is this the revolution?’ He said: ‘No, this is the dry run, the revolution starts on Wednesday. Midweek is when we will really start to dance’.” –Observer–
This week’s protests in the run-up to the G20 meeting on Thursday chime with a growing mood across Europe and the US. The world has been brought to its knees by the behaviour of western financiers, who even now do not recognise the magnitude of their mistakes or the rank unfairness of the bargain that has been struck with civil society. They have had licence to make billions – Wall Street paid itself $39bn in bonuses in 2007 – while ordinary taxpayers are then left to foot the multi-trillion dollar bill in bailouts, capital injections and loan guarantees. –Guardian–
Who would you rather trust – the BBC or a blogger?
As the internet imperils newspapers, we need a strong broadcaster, not one being strangled by its managers
There is no point arguing against the inevitable and many optimists believe that the destruction of the old order should be welcomed. In Here Comes Everybody, Clay Shirky celebrates the switch to a democratic world where publishing costs next to nothing and anyone with access to a computer can write for an audience which in theory extends to everyone with a computer on the planet. –Guardian–
Branches of Lloyds TSB and Halifax in the path of the G20 protesters are to be shut for two days to protect customers and staff during what could be angry demonstrations against banks bailed out by the taxpayer.
It is understood non-essential staff are also being told to work from home on 1 and 2 April – the day that officials from the G20 countries are due to meet in ExCel to the east of the City.
The G20 Meltdown campaign is intending to converge on the Bank of England from four directions. Each set of protestors will march behind one of the “four horsemen of the apocalypse”.
The Guardian article features the vandalism to a Bankers house, because of the possibility of a false flag, I omitted that for this excerpt:
Banks braced for City riots during G20 summit after attack on Sir Fred Goodwin’s home
The last time bankers faced angry demonstrations, some responded by pouring champagne or photocopied £50 notes from windows, but it is unlikely that protesters targeting the City next week during the G20 summit will be met by similar shows of bravado.
Many staff are being advised to dress down next Wednesday and Thursday to avoid being marked out as City workers – if they cannot avoid the protests entirely by working from home. Others have been advised to avoid leaving the office to attend meetings. –Guardian–
G20 rioters to hang banker effigies from lampposts as city staff are told to wear disguises
By Daily Mail Reporter
Last updated at 7:52 PM on 26th March 2009
- Thousands of City staff told to stay at home next week
- Bankers told not to wear suits and ‘dress down’
- Additional 2,500 police deployed at cost of £10million
City workers are being urged to stay at home or to dress down during next week’s G20 summit to avoid being targeted by anti-capitalist protesters.
Unprecedented measures are being put in place to prepare for thousands of demonstrators targeting the City and Canary Wharf.
About 3,000 anti-capitalist protesters are expected, with groups next Wednesday marching to the Bank of England, holding ‘flashcamps’ outside the European Climate Exchange in Bishopsgate, and marching on the US Embassy.
Demonstrators have vowed to hang effigies of bankers from lampposts along the protest route.
Riot: Police guard the offices of Accenture in the City of London during May Day demonstrations in 2001
City workers have been warned not to wear suits, but to ‘dress down’ in chinos and loafers because they would be obvious targets.
I made a post on October 19, 2008 full of quotes about Fiat money, with an attempt at linking them with a narrative. I failed.
So this is a repost with just the quotes. Gold is now over a thousand dollars an ounce, and all the evil of our world is quantified in Fiat money.
So maybe this is more timely now. It seems that globalisation, Banks and Fiat money are anyway collapsing.
A commenter [Federal Reserve] said:
On September 29, 2008 at 10:30 pm Seven Star Hand
“Most people have no idea that the common-denominator math of all the world’s currencies forms an endless loop that generates debt faster than we can ever generate the value to pay for it. Those who scoff at this analysis have simply failed to do the math. Consequently, this civilization is verifiably based on purposeful and institutionalized deception, coercion, and exploitation. The time is long overdue to change the human equation and end the root causes of most injustice and suffering.” Seven Star Hand
Not only is the so-called Fed a great deception, but money itself is verifiably and undeniably evil. The time has arrived to finally “kill the beast” and take our civilization away from the evil cabals that control all money and banking.
Bring paper money into a country where this use of paper is unknown, and everyone will laugh at your subjective imagination.
If the world were split in half, and one half kept using money and the other didn’t, I might choose the one with money. But I would rather it was real money. And that a whole banking class was not taxing the system and using those taxes (their profits, bonuses and salaries for right wing neo colonial ventures.
The New York Times  had a fascinating article on Saturday by Don Van Natta Jr. about a new cabal of rich conservatives who are gearing up to do battle with the rich liberals at MoveOn.org.
The group is called Freedom Watch, and its goal is to take a hard line against Iran and pursue other foreign-policy and domestic issues. The article says Freedom Watch aims to raise $200 million by next fall, which “will be easy,” according to an anonymous benefactor. SOURCE
It is well enough that people of the nation do not understand our banking and monetary system, for if they did, I believe there would be a revolution before tomorrow morning.
By MIKE WHITNEY
Eastern Europe is about to blow. If it does, it could take much of the EU with it. It’s an emergency situation but there are no easy solutions. The IMF doesn’t have the resources for a bailout of this size and the recession is spreading faster than relief efforts can be organized. Finance ministers and central bankers are running in circles trying to put out one fire after another. Its only a matter of time before they are overtaken by events. If one country is allowed to default, the dominoes could begin to tumble through the whole region. This could trigger dramatic changes in the political landscape. The rise of fascism is no longer out of the question.
The UK Telegraph’s economics editor Edmund Conway sums it up like this:
“A ‘second wave’ of countries will fall victim to the economic crisis and face being bailed out by the International Monetary Fund, its chief warned at the G7 summit in Rome….But with some countries’ economies effectively dwarfed by the size of their banking sector and its financial liabilities, there are fears they could fall victim to balance of payments and currency crises, much as Iceland did before receiving emergency assistance from the IMF last year.” (UK Telegraph)
Foreign capital is fleeing at an alarming rate; nearly two-thirds gone in matter of months. Deflation is pushing down asset prices, increasing unemployment, and compounding the debt-burden of financial institutions. It’s the same everywhere. The economies are being hollowed out and stripped of capital. Ukraine is teetering on the brink of bankruptcy. Poland, Latvia, Lithuania, Hungary have all slipped into a low-grade depression. The countries that followed Washington’s economic regimen have suffered the most. They bet that debt-fueled growth and exports would lead to prosperity. That dream has been shattered. They haven’t developed their consumer markets, so demand is weak. Capital is scarce and businesses are being forced to deleverage to avoid default. All of Eastern Europe has gotten a margin call. They need extra funds to cover the falling value of their equity. They need a lifeline from the IMF or their economies will continue to crumble.
The UK Telegraph’s economics correspondent Ambrose Evans-Pritchard has written a series of articles about Eastern Europe. In “Failure to save East Europe will lead to Worldwide meltdown” he says:
It feels like an elaborate hoax. The money game. The Fed prints it, gives it out with interest and the Government insures that we are all a slave to it. It is even illegal to burn or deface it.
In recognition of that part of the human psyche that enjoys private ownership, private possessions are encouraged, there is a deluge of advertising, and again the police can be counted on to protect private property.
In reality it is the money that is keeping us separate from each other.
Alas the system really started to take off, in the last 50 years consumerism became a religion in itself.
Now just as we all adjusted to it, we are informed of an imminent crash. None of us really wished for it, nor willed it. But the big financiers had to balance their books.
When people could not pay their mortgage, they were evicted from their houses, in order to balance the books of the lending houses. So then a family is under stress, and goes and lives in a tent or a car, or the family splits up. And just then the Government comes to the rescue and gives the lending houses more money.
In the depression of the 1930s it was clear that everyone wanted to work, but they couldn’t, the whole economic crash came as a shock, there had been no precedent. It laid the groundwork for the rise of National Socialism in Germany.
An economist called Keynes said just print money and create jobs, road building or anything at all. And Keynesian economics are credited with bringing the world out of depression.
Fiat money suits those in power, it is as if the national laws are designed to see it reign supreme. That everyone is a servant to it.
The reality is: to have people legally obliged to use money that is created and administered through the banks. Which then lend at interest.
We can safely assume that this creates employment (in the banking industry) and a wonderful opportunity to tax.
But in this financial crisis fiat money is gaining more of a focus. If the fiat system sinks we would find all our lives changing. There would be less transactions (purchases and selling).
Transactions by their very nature inspire short term thinking. Fiat money makes transactions very easy, like casino tokens, the paper money has no intrinsic value. A commercial property can be bought for investment value, it could even be run down (for profit).