Bank regulators have been warning, now it’s happening.
JPMorgan is another important Illuminati/Rothschild bank.
J.P. Morgan has been a Rothschild puppet, like the Harriman’s and the Rockefeller’s.
Jacob Schiff’s (another Rothschild servant, but much more influential than poor J.P Morgan) grandson has been married to Al Gore’s daughter.
And probably it’s just a bloody coincidence that Trump and the Clinton’s are in reality best friends and that his swamp cabinet is loaded with Goldman Sachs banksters.
These (Illuminati) bastards have planned the greatest financial collapse in world history, the greatest revolution of all time and WW3 for you.
It’s all one big show (for them).
Wake the fuck up, America!
If there’s something weird in the financial world, who you gonna call? Goldman Sachs.
The US government, involved in a firefight against the conflagration in the credit markets, is calling in another crisis-buster from the illustrious investment bank, this time Goldman’s most senior banker to finance industry clients, Ken Wilson.
And so with this appointment, the Goldman Sachs diaspora grows a little bit more influential. It is an old-boy network that has created a revolving door between the firm and public office, greased by the mountains of money the company is generating even today, as its peers buckle and fall. Continue reading »
Trump, like Hillary, Obama, Bush, May, Merkel, is a Rothschild puppet.
H/t reader squodgy:
“Fascinating dot joining, backs up everything you say.”
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Employees from all five of Canada’s big banks have flooded Go Public with stories of how they feel pressured to upsell, trick and even lie to customers to meet unrealistic sales targets and keep their jobs.
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H/t reader squodgy:
“The London Bullion Metals Association is not working.
So, it IS all a clever manipulation to discourage people from walking away from the banks. But Joe BigMac doesn’t get it.”
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Imagine my total absence of shock!
Told you that Trump, like Killary, is an elite puppet and both are serving the same masters.
Not only are both using an enormous amount of satanic Illuminati & Masonic hand signs, …
… they are both (just like Obama) use language to program the subconscious mind and I’ve exposed these techniques before, using Obama as example.
About time some more people expose these bloody Khazars …
Here is my commentary from another article for those who haven’t seen this yet:
H/t reader squodgy:
“We know this, but they’ll never kill barter, and then enterpreneurs will act as cash converters. Same old same old.”
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And what could possibly go wrong?
Germany holds 25% of global shipping loans as industry collapses.
H/t reader squodgy.
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By: J. Gabriel Ware James Trimarco From: Common Dreams
The movement to stop the controversial Dakota Access pipeline through financial activism took an important step forward today, as the Seattle City Council voted 9-0 to approve a bill that terminates a valuable city contract with Wells Fargo. The bank, one of the largest in the United States, has provided more than $450 million in credit to the companies building the pipeline.The move makes Seattle the first city to divest from a financial institution because of its role in the Dakota Access pipeline, a $3.8 billion project that would run from western North Dakota to Illinois, and is fiercely opposed by the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe. Wells Fargo is one of 17 banks directly financing the project. Continue reading »
Interest rates may need to rise “soon” to keep a lid on inflation if the UK economy continues its “remarkably solid and stable” performance, according to a top Bank of England policymaker.
Kristin Forbes will use a speech in Leeds on Wednesday to say signs of an imminent slowdown in the economy are “as yet few and far between” as she describes the UK as a “star performer” relative to other major advanced economies.
Policymakers upgraded their forecasts for growth over the next three years in the Bank’s February Inflation Report and said the unemployment rate was likely to remain below its pre-crisis levels for the rest of the decade. Continue reading »
Bilderberger George Osborne appointed Mark Carney (Freemason, Goldman Sachs, Bilderberger) to be governor of the Bank of England.
H/t reader squodgy:
“Classic Poacher turned Gamekeeper.
Can you believe this man?
As a senior cog in the Bank that co-ordinated, mastered and milked the sub-prime debacle of lending money to unworthy risk borrowers, then fed off the QE process, he is now telling the lenders (while interest rates are still rock bottom) that they are lending too much…..
Ultra low interest rates could damage the economy by encouraging excessive household borrowing, Mark Carney admitted last night.
The Governor of the Bank of England also said he is ‘fully aware’ the policy is not without considerable risks, putting ‘a tremendous burden’ on the Bank as it battles to restore the economy to health.
Speaking at the Mais Lecture in the Cass Business School in London, Mr Carney warned: ‘An environment of relatively low and predictable interest rates could encourage excessive risk taking in financial markets and by households. Continue reading »
Having just filed his 2016 taxes, a Zero Hedge reader submits the following bizarre story.
On January 20, the reader filed his Federal tax return using Tim Geithner’s favorite TurboTax software, which the IRS formally accepted three days later, on January 24. One week later, on January 31, the IRS made an automatic deposit into the reader’s bank account, who then used the refund to pay down his credit card debt the very next day.
This is when things turned bizarre, because as our readers writes, just two days later, without warning, on orders of the IRS his bank empties out the bank account handing over its contents to the IRS:
“the IRS emptied our bank account February 3, 2017 for erroneous refund with no notice! (please see attached letter). Continue reading »
As previewed earlier today, moments ago President Trump signed two executive orders aimed at starting the process of rolling back the regulatory system put in place after the financial crisis.
Among the targets are rules that protect against predatory lenders, force brokers to lower fees for retirees and ban proprietary trading. Specifically, Trump took executive action ordering the review of Dodd-Frank rules enacted after 2008 financial crisis, and halting the “fiduciary rule” that would require advisers on retirement accounts to work in the best interests of their clients.
— FOX Business (@FoxBusiness) February 3, 2017
Wall Street CEOs such as Lloyd Blankfein and Jamie Dimon, tired of being constrained from blowing up the financial world with undue government regulations and relying almost entirely on NIM which stubbornly refuses to rise, have been pushing for changes for years, arguing that the industry has been too constrained by the system put in place by the 2010 Dodd-Frank Act. After Trump focused on limiting trade and immigration during his first two weeks in office, policies opposed by many in the financial industry, the president’s stroke of a pen unleashes a process to undo many of the rules they find most “irksome” as Bloomberg put it.
“We’re going to attack all aspects of Dodd-Frank,” Gary Cohn, former Goldman president director of the White House National Economic Council, said Friday in an interview with Bloomberg Television. “We are going to engage the House, we’re going to engage the Senate. They are equally interested in reforming some of the regulatory processes as well. We can do quite a bit without them, but the more help we get from Congress the better off we’re all going to be.”
Meanwhile, Elizabeth Warren – rightfully according to some – lashed out at Trump for rushing to undo the key Wall Street regulations, and issued a statement in which she said “The Wall Street bankers and lobbyists whose greed and recklessness nearly destroyed this country may be toasting each other with champagne, but the American people have not forgotten the 2008 financial crisis.” Continue reading »
In the most far-reaching move toward a cashless society to date, the European Commission proposed enforcing “restrictions on payments in cash” under an all-too-familiar premise — because terrorism.
“Payments in cash are widely used in the financing of terrorist activities,” the Commission’s proposal states. “In this context, the relevance of potential upper limits to cash payments could also be explored. Several Member States have in place prohibitions for cash payments above a specific threshold.”
On the heels of the European Central Bank’s discontinuation of the €500 note, the Commission’s plan would drastically scale back civilians’ ability to conduct transactions using currency — and, by default, will allow banks and the State further means to track individuals via bank cards.
According to the Commission’s Inception Impact Assessment, “Cash has the important feature of offering anonymity to transactions. Such anonymity may be desired for legitimate reason (e.g. protection of privacy). But, such anonymity can also be misused for money laundering and terrorist financing purposes. The possibility to conduct large cash payments facilitates money laundering and terrorist financing activities because of the difficulty to control cash payment transactions.” Continue reading »
Having discontinued its production of EUR500 banknotes, it appears Europe is charging towards the utopian dream of a cashless society. Just days after Davos’ elites discussed why the world needs to “get rid of currency,” the European Commission has introduced a proposal enforcing “restrictions on payments in cash.”
With Rogoff, Stiglitz, Summers et al. all calling for the end of cash – because only terrorists and drug-dealers need cash (nothing at all to do with totalitarian control over a nation’s wealth) – we are not surprised that this proposal from the European Commission (sanctuary of statism) would appear… Continue reading »