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CNBC Execs Children Murdered; 1 Day After CNBC Reports $43 Trillion Bankster Lawsuit
Intelhub ^ | 10-27-2012 | JG Vibes

Posted on 11/17/2012 8:43:05 AM PST by Renfield

This week financial news organization CNBC gave some mainstream attention to the largest money laundering and racketeering lawsuit in United States History, in which “Banksters” and their U.S. racketeering partners are being accused of laundering of 43 trillion dollars worth of ill gotten gains.

The lawsuit is said to involve officials located in the highest offices of government and the financial sector.

Since this information was surprisingly revealed by the mainstream news organization there has been a very suspicious and deadly fallout at the CNBC headquarters.

Within hours the original page for the article was taken down, and CNBC senior vice president Kevin Krim received news that his children were killed under very suspicious circumstances.

It seems that the murder happened first and then the page was removed later.

According to mainstream accounts the children’s nanny is responsible for the murders, allegedly stabbing both children.

However, those same mainstream news sources report the highly unlikely story that the nanny slit her own throat just after committing the homicides.

Police have released very little information and although a wider plot has not been officially implicated, it seems very possible that these murders are a show of force against the press organization for releasing such damning information about the most powerful people in the world.

Here is some more information about the lawsuit from the Wall Street Journal:

“In the District Court lawsuit, Spire Law Group, LLP — on behalf of home owner across the Country and New York taxpayers, as well as under other taxpayer recompense laws — has expanded its mass tort action into federal court in Brooklyn, New York, seeking to halt all foreclosures nationwide pending the return of the $43 trillion ($43,000,000,000,000.00) by the “Banksters” and their co-conspirators, seeking an audit of the Fed and audits of all the “bailout programs” by an independent receiver such as Neil Barofsky, former Inspector General of the TARP program who has stated that none of the TARP money and other “bailout money” advanced from the Treasury has ever been repaid despite protestations to the contrary by the Defendants as well as similar protestations by President Obama and the Obama Administration both publicly on national television and more privately to the United States Congress.

Because the Obama Administration has failed to pursue any of the “Banksters” criminally, and indeed is actively borrowing monies for Mr. Obama’s campaign from these same “Banksters” to finance its political aspirations, the national group of plaintiff home owners has been forced to now expand its lawsuit to include racketeering, money laundering and intentional violations of the Iranian Nations Sanctions and Embargo Act by the national banks included among the “Bankster” Defendants. “

Some of the alleged conspirators are Attorney General Holder, Assistant Attorney General Tony West, the brother in law of Defendant California Attorney General Kamala Harris, Jon Corzine (former New Jersey Governor), Robert Rubin (former Treasury Secretary and Bankster), Timothy Geitner, Treasury Secretary, Vikram Pandit (recently resigned and disgraced Chairman of the Board of Citigroup), Valerie Jarrett (a Senior White House Advisor), Anita Dunn (a former “communications director” for the Obama Administration), Robert Bauer (husband of Anita Dunn and Chief Legal Counsel for the Obama Re-election Campaign), as well as the “Banksters” themselves, and their affiliates and conduits.

It is expected that all news on this subject will be removed from CNBC, and that other news organizations will be discouraged from covering such information.

However, screen shots of the original CNBC article were taken to verify the authenticity of this story.

Assassination and brute intimidation are common strategies for the ruling class to use on people who may threaten their agenda.

This is the second situation this week in which a high level executive was the victim of a suspicious attack that seemed very much like an assassination.

The Intel Hub just reported that Nicholas Mockford, a 60 year old British executive for the oil company ExxonMobil was shot dead in front of his wife in an assassination-style killing in Brussels.

We will be keeping a close eye on both of these stories and provide more details as they become available.

Note: You can read the lawsuit here.



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Joseph Farrell comments on his blog (found here: http://gizadeathstar.com/2012/11/the-43000000000000-lawsuit-claims-its-first-victims/ )

The lawsuit, as the article itself points out, is now not simply confined to the attention of a few internet websites, but has even come to the attention of the Wall Street Journal, but for our purposes, the murders themselves must remain center stage.

Yesterday I noted some massive discrepancies in the story of the German gold audit, the story that simply won’t go away (and you can hardly blame the Germans or the German government for wanting to know just what the hell has been going on). And in previous blogs I have pointed out that the New York Federal Reserve’s response to German inquiries has essentially been, “Go away, leave us alone, don’t bother us…it’s all there, take our word for it.” The official reason, given by the Fed, was it was protecting “security,” and I averred that the real hidden reason, was national security. I pointed out in yesterday’s blog the crucial role of the Exchange Stabilization Fund in these financial machinations, and how it functions as one part of a mechanism of a hidden, and totally unaccountable, slush fund. I am not alone in these assessments, for on occasion Catherine Austin Fitts has stated similar things.

All this suggests to my mind that these murders were not only warnings, but that in fact there may be two motivations – a financial one and a national security one – behind the tragic deed, and that the secret, to have perpetrated such a heinous crime against children, is big indeed.

And in my opinion, it is this: we are looking at a huge financial system that is totally off the books, one with deep connections to all those factions and interests I have talked about in various books, and here on this website. This huge mechanism is more than just a slush fund, it is a hidden financial system of a hidden society, or civilization… once we realize that, and just how high the stakes are for those involved in it, the sooner we will be able to abandon silly messianic notions of secret societies riding to the rescue. To be sure, the dots connect to Asia, but not to people in white hats, but to people who used to wear chrysanthemums in the lapels of their suits, and to some equally unsavory people in Europe and America. They will do anything to protect their secrets. It isn’t even ultimately the financial system and fraud they are trying to protect, but rather, what that system has been used for, and what they have done in the name of it.

1 posted on 11/17/2012 8:43:13 AM PST by Renfield
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To: Renfield

$43 trillion? Math fail.


2 posted on 11/17/2012 8:46:15 AM PST by Toddsterpatriot (Math is hard. Harder if you're stupid.)
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To: Toddsterpatriot

A 99%’er getting back at the 1%?

These people are very serious about keeping their largess


3 posted on 11/17/2012 8:48:38 AM PST by Gaffer
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To: All

By the way, for those who may have missed this: The mainstream media reported that those children were murdered by their nanny, and that she then slit her own throat. However, according to the account of one of the first-responders, her throat wasn’t slit; she had been stabbed in the throat, and with enough force that the knife blade broke one of her vertabrae. She didn’t kill herself, then; she was murdered, and left for dead...the work of a professional assassin. If she manages to recover, she will be finished off before she can testify.


4 posted on 11/17/2012 8:49:21 AM PST by Renfield (Turning apples into venison since 1999!)
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To: Renfield

This is gibbering, drooling idiocy. The nanny lost her damned mind, that’s what happened. The author is a leftist moron who can’t do math.


5 posted on 11/17/2012 8:51:07 AM PST by wideawake
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To: Gaffer
Largess?

I do not think it means what you think it means.

6 posted on 11/17/2012 8:52:01 AM PST by Toddsterpatriot (Math is hard. Harder if you're stupid.)
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To: Renfield

Nonsense. Utter nonsense.


7 posted on 11/17/2012 8:52:07 AM PST by wideawake
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To: Renfield

Ain’t it something ho John Corzine always manages to find his way onto suspect lists when financial fraud is involved?


8 posted on 11/17/2012 8:54:48 AM PST by Baynative
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To: Toddsterpatriot

No. It was correct. You perhaps were expecting the French version “largesse”....but largess is perfectly acceptable.

Dictionary definition is a bestowal of extravagant gifts for show. In our case, welfare, EBT, EITC, SNAP, TANF are are certainly what I’d call extravagant based on the services performed, only in the sense that the reward for the gift by government is a vote.


9 posted on 11/17/2012 8:59:15 AM PST by Gaffer
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To: wideawake

Nonsense? How? are there more sources of information you have privy to?


10 posted on 11/17/2012 9:00:27 AM PST by Gaffer
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To: Gaffer
The banks repaid TARP, the Treasury made billions.

Kinda the opposite of a gift.

11 posted on 11/17/2012 9:00:57 AM PST by Toddsterpatriot (Math is hard. Harder if you're stupid.)
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To: Toddsterpatriot

You are confusing “banks” with 99%ers, about whom my comments were directed....the ‘nanny’ was definitely NOT a ‘bank’......

As far as TARP goes, neither you nor I will ever be privy to a full accounting of who got what, for what. Count on it.


12 posted on 11/17/2012 9:07:06 AM PST by Gaffer
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To: Toddsterpatriot

Not quite. It is “expected” that the Treasury will make money on TARP, but they haven’t yet.

http://www.treasury.gov/initiatives/financial-stability/reports/Documents/October%202012%20Monthly%20Report.pdf


13 posted on 11/17/2012 9:08:22 AM PST by NVDave
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To: Gaffer

The 99% got the largess?


14 posted on 11/17/2012 9:21:04 AM PST by Toddsterpatriot (Math is hard. Harder if you're stupid.)
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To: NVDave
The banks repaid TARP, the Treasury made billions.

The non-bank portions, not so much.

15 posted on 11/17/2012 9:25:39 AM PST by Toddsterpatriot (Math is hard. Harder if you're stupid.)
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To: Gaffer
The other problem is that TARP covered for bad loans in insolvent banks that should have all been liquidated. Instead we undertook the Japanese strategy of keeping that overhang around to drag on the economy to the present and beyond. TARP brought us statism, Obama, bailouts for the auto industry and trillions in "stimulus" waste.

The alternative to TARP which is rarely talked about is the failure of major banks which would have put FDIC into a trillion dollar hole. But place of a trillion or so we have numerous Obama-spent trillions with nothing to show for it.

16 posted on 11/17/2012 9:29:32 AM PST by palmer (Jim, please bill me 50 cents for this completely useless post)
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To: Gaffer
No report says she slit her own throat. She stabbed herself in the throat with a large knife. She also confessed to the murders.

The notion that a "professional killer" would leave a target that vulnerable still breathing is preposterous.

There is exactly zero evidence that this was a planned assassination. Zero.

17 posted on 11/17/2012 9:31:07 AM PST by wideawake
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To: Toddsterpatriot

Read through that report I cited in the URL. There are a couple dozen banks who have not repaid their TARP funds. AIG made a substantial repayment in August, as I recall.


18 posted on 11/17/2012 9:37:11 AM PST by NVDave
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To: Baynative

What’s really “something” is that Corzine isn’t sitting in a cell beside Bernie Madoff.


19 posted on 11/17/2012 9:42:09 AM PST by Enterprise ("Those who can make you believe absurdities can make you commit atrocities." Voltaire)
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To: Renfield

What is a ‘Bankster’?


20 posted on 11/17/2012 9:43:15 AM PST by BenLurkin (This is not a statement of fact. It is either opinion or satire; or both)
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To: NVDave
Page 3, line 5.

And taxpayers have so far realized a $22 billion positive return on their investment in banks.

I never said that every single bank repaid every single dollar.

21 posted on 11/17/2012 9:44:20 AM PST by Toddsterpatriot (Math is hard. Harder if you're stupid.)
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To: wideawake

You scoffers better get the kwap out of your heads. Banks = money laundering. If ever there was a demographic that needed to feel their backs against a bullet pockmarked wall, they are it. Chronic conservative blindness about “invisible hand” banking practices is what’s wrong with the world. Read “The Creature from Jeckyl Island” and “Tragedy and Hope” if you love this country.


22 posted on 11/17/2012 9:45:24 AM PST by Yollopoliuhqui
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To: palmer
The alternative to TARP which is rarely talked about is the failure of major banks which would have put FDIC into a trillion dollar hole. But place of a trillion or so we have numerous Obama-spent trillions with nothing to show for it.

A trillion dollar hole as compared to over $20 billion in profits would have helped the economy? How?

23 posted on 11/17/2012 9:46:14 AM PST by Toddsterpatriot (Math is hard. Harder if you're stupid.)
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To: wideawake

And she says she had been arguing with the mother about housewife type stuff.


24 posted on 11/17/2012 9:46:14 AM PST by yldstrk (My heroes have always been cowboys)
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To: Renfield

Bilderberg?


25 posted on 11/17/2012 9:51:16 AM PST by annieokie
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To: Renfield

Good LORD! The plaintiff list is HUGE and the defendant list is HUGE.

I think this ties in to the stories across the globe about the thousands of Bankers that have quit over the last couple of years.

The complaint states that the Obama administration went on national tv and told the American people that the TARP funds had been repaid when they have not. (big surprise-Barry lies constantly.)

I pray something comes of this...perhaps this is the “wound to the head.”


26 posted on 11/17/2012 9:51:52 AM PST by Mortrey (Impeach President Soros)
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To: Renfield
“bankster” = leftist, Occupy term.

Most posters here are not drooling leftists.

27 posted on 11/17/2012 9:53:42 AM PST by HereInTheHeartland (Encourage all of your Democrat friends to get out and vote on November 7th, the stakes are high.)
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To: Toddsterpatriot
Basically it would have allowed recovery. We would not have loans dying a lingering death on those bank balance sheets, they would have been liquidated along with the banks. Instead we have ridiculous low rates for related purposes: to allow politicians to borrow lots more money and to keep the big banks going with carry trade and other games.

The choice was to crash then and quickly recover with or keep the debt piling up and crashing later and more spectacularly. Thanks to TARP, Obama (part of the McCain's loss is from rushing back to pass TARP), foreign campaign money, etc we will have the later, larger crash. Probably default, maybe some hyperinflation along with that. After that the end of American military strength, etc.

28 posted on 11/17/2012 9:57:49 AM PST by palmer (Jim, please bill me 50 cents for this completely useless post)
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To: Renfield

ping


29 posted on 11/17/2012 10:12:19 AM PST by TNoldman (AN AMERICAN FOR A MUSLIM/BHO FREE AMERICA.)
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To: Renfield

IIRC, one of the neighbors, who road the elevator with the nanny a short time before, said the nanny was acting normal.


30 posted on 11/17/2012 10:25:04 AM PST by bgill (We've passed the point of no return. Welcome to Al Amerika.)
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To: Toddsterpatriot

See “Benefactors, 2012 Election” I never said a word about TARP before you wandered off to it. Show me a government approved and GAP audit of TARP. You can’t.


31 posted on 11/17/2012 10:29:31 AM PST by Gaffer
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To: BenLurkin

“Banksters” is a combination of the terms Bankers and Gangsters.

http://www.amazon.com/Babylons-Banksters-Alchemy-Physics-Religion/dp/1932595791

This book should be on everyones reading list.


32 posted on 11/17/2012 10:30:59 AM PST by Renfield (Turning apples into venison since 1999!)
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To: wideawake

I was only asking. I really couldn’t care less about it.


33 posted on 11/17/2012 10:30:59 AM PST by Gaffer
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To: wideawake

No, that was what was claimed by the mainstream media. That women didn’t have the strength to stab herself that hard.


34 posted on 11/17/2012 10:32:19 AM PST by Renfield (Turning apples into venison since 1999!)
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To: palmer
Basically it would have allowed recovery.

Massive bank failures allows recovery? Why didn't that work in the 1930s?

35 posted on 11/17/2012 10:33:52 AM PST by Toddsterpatriot (Math is hard. Harder if you're stupid.)
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To: Gaffer
I never said a word about TARP before you wandered off to it.

I wandered off to it? You may have missed it, it was mentioned in the article.

Show me a government approved and GAP audit of TARP.

Huh? The Treasury lent money to banks in exchange for preferred stock and warrants. It's not that complicated.

Unless you think $43 trillion was involved. In which case an audit wouldn't help you.

36 posted on 11/17/2012 10:37:54 AM PST by Toddsterpatriot (Math is hard. Harder if you're stupid.)
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To: Renfield; Alamo-Girl; grey_whiskers; joanie-f; Jeff Head; Noumenon; metmom; MHGinTN; Diamond; ...
Yikes, Renfield — I'm reading the lawsuit text, and just came across this (p. 34):

27. As of the date of filing of this First Amended Complaint, the enemies list held by the Holder-Dunn Group, their affiliates and agents and representatives — and thus subject to the foregoing illegal behavior and obstruction of justice — have included (but are not limted to): Among others, on information and belief, including in the federal enemies list supervised by the Holder-Dunn Group as set forth above are (a) Ruppert Mudock, (b) Roger Ales, (c) Fox News Network and their affiliates, agents and those acting on their behalf, (d) active members of various faith based organizations located within the jurisdictional purview of this Court in at least Brooklyn New York; and (e) active members of various faith based organizations located elsewhere in the United States (e.g, Iowa) but damaged by the fraud, theft and racketeering enterprise of Defendants in New York set forth herein; and (d) active members of various faith based organizations that openly support the United States of America’s pre-2009 stance on the unwavering support of the State of Israel and against all enemies thereof including, e.g., Iran, located in Brooklyn, New York; and (f) outspoken journalists and former agents of the Holder-Dunn Group such as (g) Neil Barofsky, (h) Shiela Bair, (i) Senator Grassley, (j) Congressman Darryl Issa, (k) Sheldon Adelson, (l) Donald Trump, (m) Steve Wynn, (n) Congressman Allen West and the Tea Party, (o) Karl Rove and his affiliated entities, (p) the Koch Bros., (q) Sean Hannity, (r) Michelle Malkin, (s) James N. Fiedler, (t) Rush Limbaugh, (q) Tucker Carlson, (r) various organizations with agendas contrary to those of the Bankster Defendants as set forth in detail above, including the Daily Caller and Judicial Council Watcher and their affiliated entities. This has devastated the Plaintiffs because the Holder-Dunn Group, et al. have diverted monies and resources due Plaintiffs and their privies away from crediting such payments against mortgage balances and loan modifications; and alternatively in favor of perpetuating the money laundering and RICO schemes set forth in this complaint.

The lawsuit text refers to these targets as comprising "the Obama Administration's 'Nixonian' enemies list."

Members of the Holder-Dunn Group are identified as:

Eric Holder, Tony West, Kamala Harris, Peter Krause, Thomas Layton, Joseph Dunn, Howard Miller, Anita Dunn, Robert Bauer, Scott Drexel (collectively the “Holder-Dunn Group”). Discovery is continuing. Plaintiffs will amend this complaint accordingly as additional corrupt members of the Holder-Dunn Group are located who have stolen money from the Fed whilst they fabricated evidence against those trying to stop them. The effect in many instances was to stifle any questioning of their actions pursuant to the racketeering plan by Defendants, and each of them (operating through the conspiracy set forth herein), including, but not limited to, conducting lawless activities, illegal searches and seizures, fabricating documents, paying off witnesses, suborning perjury, and conducting other activities pursuant to the unlawful RICO enterprise in violation of State and Federal law including, but not limited to, (a) preparing bogus governmental reports regarding the matter, (b) fabricating evidence against various adversaries nationwide, (c) working hand in hand with the Bankster Defendants — Defendants, and each of them — to continue the ponzi/RICO scheme and money laundering enterprises and (d) for their own benefit, taking money personally or directing it to private entities to control so that they too could profit from the largest ponzi/RICO scheme and the largest money laundering scheme in world history. By this time, all Defendants were involved in a detailed way with the schemes described above and the involvement was active and with full knowledge of its illegality as set forth herein.

I don't understand why Valerie Jarrett is not identified as a member of the Holder-Dunn group: for she is a named Defendant in this case.

I can't quite get my mind wrapped around this thing — it is so vast and complicated. But among other things alleged in this lawsuit is the massive looting of the U.S. Treasury ($20 trillion) by "puppeteer" Timothy Geitner, with the proceeds directed to the benefit of the named Defendants in this case, often to overseas accounts in countries with loose banking regulations and weak treaties with the U.S.

If the allegations set forth in this case are true, then I'd expect to see even more bodies piling up real soon.

Thanks so very much, Renfield, for posting this.

37 posted on 11/17/2012 10:46:05 AM PST by betty boop (We are led to believe a lie when we see with, and not through the eye. — William Blake)
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To: Toddsterpatriot
Massive bank failures allows recovery? Why didn't that work in the 1930s?

It was small banks that failed in the 1930s, not big banks; those very failures were engineered by the same class of big bankers (Banksters!) who are engineering today's massive financial frauds. Make credit easy, and encourage people to take on massive debt; then make credit difficult, driving debtors into failure, and grab collateralized assets at a fraction of their actual value (and along the way, get the taxpayers to pay the bill). This is why fractional reserve banking and the Federal Reserve were forced upon us; they are "legal" mechanisms for allowing the Rockefellers and Rothschilds to confiscate our wealth.

38 posted on 11/17/2012 10:52:39 AM PST by Renfield (Turning apples into venison since 1999!)
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To: betty boop
The Federal judiciary is so corrupt, that there is little chance of this lawsuit succeeding (despite its merits). However, the plaintiff's attorneys are hoping that they will at least get the suit admitted to court, where they plan to use motion for discovery to dig for more information, in order to expose the Holder-Dunn group's nefarious actions to the American public.
39 posted on 11/17/2012 10:58:46 AM PST by Renfield (Turning apples into venison since 1999!)
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To: Toddsterpatriot
Largess?

I do not think it means what you think it means.


40 posted on 11/17/2012 11:02:40 AM PST by Dr.Deth
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To: Toddsterpatriot
The federal government gave billions to banks in the 30's http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Reconstruction_Finance_Corporation which did not help recovery, probably delayed it for much the same reasons as today. The bank failures were from runs which were necessary, the banks themselves, as today, were not worth a dime.

Recovery after that was thwarted at that point by various policies including the Fed (as now) inflating. Quick deflation would have restored confidence in banks and gotten saving and lending working again. Adjustments in prices prior to the Great Depression were usually very quick thus recoveries were quick.

41 posted on 11/17/2012 11:03:49 AM PST by palmer (Jim, please bill me 50 cents for this completely useless post)
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To: Toddsterpatriot
"$43 trillion? Math fail."

There's a quadrillion ways the banks manipulate the value of financial transactions and commodities. Here's a good article on the LIBOR scandal

Libor Woes Threaten to Turn Companies Off Syndicated Loans

Libor is calculated from a daily survey carried out for the British Bankers Association in London, in which the world’s biggest lenders are asked the rate they’re charged to borrow over a variety of short-term maturities in currencies including dollars, euros and yen. Banks are accused of massaging down submissions for the benchmark for $360 trillion of global securities during the financial crisis and artificially increasing them before it.

42 posted on 11/17/2012 11:03:52 AM PST by uncommonsense (Conservatives believe what they see; Liberals see what they believe.)
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To: Renfield
...the plaintiff's attorneys are hoping that they will at least get the suit admitted to court, where they plan to use motion for discovery to dig for more information, in order to expose the Holder-Dunn group's nefarious actions to the American public.

May the plantiffs' attorneys succeed in this!

On the other hand, what honest judge who values his life would want to take this case?

43 posted on 11/17/2012 11:15:37 AM PST by betty boop (We are led to believe a lie when we see with, and not through the eye. — William Blake)
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To: Renfield
As I predicted the assassinations and disappearances have begun. The U.S. won't have a civil war. It will just be a low level simmer.
44 posted on 11/17/2012 11:17:46 AM PST by wintertime
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To: Renfield; Alamo-Girl
Make credit easy, and encourage people to take on massive debt; then make credit difficult, driving debtors into failure, and grab collateralized assets at a fraction of their actual value (and along the way, get the taxpayers to pay the bill).

That's pretty much the pith of this scheme, when you boil it all down.

It is also the same sort of thing that drove both the dot-com and real estate bubbles....

With this dandy little manipulation, we are inexorably stripped of our liberty and property.

If anyone has any doubt that We the People are being systematically destroyed by the Obama Administration, this ought to dispel it.

Thanks for your insight, Renfield!

45 posted on 11/17/2012 11:32:14 AM PST by betty boop (We are led to believe a lie when we see with, and not through the eye. — William Blake)
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To: Renfield
Make credit easy, and encourage people to take on massive debt; then make credit difficult, driving debtors into failure, and grab collateralized assets at a fraction of their actual value

Yes! Banks want to hold lots of real estate. Sure way to book big profits. How's that been working?

This is why fractional reserve banking and the Federal Reserve were forced upon us

We've had fractional reserve banking as long as banks have taken deposits and loaned a portion of those deposits back out. Hundreds of years. Even under a gold/silver standard. It has nothing to do with the Fed.

46 posted on 11/17/2012 11:33:04 AM PST by Toddsterpatriot (Math is hard. Harder if you're stupid.)
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To: palmer
The federal government gave billions to banks in the 30's

Gave?

Recovery after that was thwarted at that point by various policies including the Fed (as now) inflating.

When did the Fed inflate?

Quick deflation would have restored confidence in banks and gotten saving and lending working again.

30% deflation wasn't enough? More would have been better?

47 posted on 11/17/2012 11:36:22 AM PST by Toddsterpatriot (Math is hard. Harder if you're stupid.)
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To: uncommonsense
There's a quadrillion ways the banks manipulate the value of financial transactions and commodities.

It's even easier for an idiot lawyer to pull a number out of his ass. As in this case.

48 posted on 11/17/2012 11:37:43 AM PST by Toddsterpatriot (Math is hard. Harder if you're stupid.)
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To: Toddsterpatriot
Yes! Banks want to hold lots of real estate. Sure way to book big profits. How's that been working?

It works quite well for those with long-term perspective...and these people think very long term.

We've had fractional reserve banking as long as banks have taken deposits and loaned a portion of those deposits back out. Hundreds of years. Even under a gold/silver standard. It has nothing to do with the Fed. This scheme is old, and dates at least back to ancient Babylon. The fact that the Fed is only about 100 years old doesn't make this fraudulent confiscation of wealth any less fraudulent. The FED is just one in a series of tools used for theft. By the way, the same bloodlines are implicated all along the passing millenia. Babylon's banksters went to Rome, and then medieval Venice, thence to London, and on to New York.

49 posted on 11/17/2012 11:41:16 AM PST by Renfield (Turning apples into venison since 1999!)
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Yes! Banks want to hold lots of real estate. Sure way to book big profits. How's that been working?

It works quite well for those with long-term perspective...and these people think very long term.

We've had fractional reserve banking as long as banks have taken deposits and loaned a portion of those deposits back out. Hundreds of years. Even under a gold/silver standard. It has nothing to do with the Fed.

This scheme is old, and dates at least back to ancient Babylon. The fact that the Fed is only about 100 years old doesn't make this fraudulent confiscation of wealth any less fraudulent. The FED is just one in a series of tools used for theft. By the way, the same bloodlines are implicated all along the passing millenia. Babylon's banksters went to Rome, and then medieval Venice, thence to

50 posted on 11/17/2012 11:42:42 AM PST by Renfield (Turning apples into venison since 1999!)
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