– HSBC Laundering Billions? (The Daily Bell, Feb. 3, 2012):
A former employee of one of the world’s largest international banks has provided WND with more than 1,000 pages of documents, including customer account ledgers for dozens of companies through which the financial institution was laundering money each month, according to the whistleblower. “I found many accounts through which hundreds of thousands of dollars were being flowed as a conduit on a monthly basis,” John Cruz, an account relationship manager who worked in the HSBC southern New York region, told WND. − WorldNetDaily
Dominant Social Theme: What a shock! This is perhaps the biggest bank in the world! Where were the regulators? What’s going on? How could this happen? It’s really impossible to believe …
Free-Market Analysis: Jerome Corsi better hire pretty good security. In Georgia, a lawsuit that Corsi has helped promote seems close to knocking US President Barack Obama off the ballot due to questions about his parents and whether he is US “natural born” – and thus eligible to be president.
And now Corsi has apparently helped reveal the underbelly of the Western world’s banking system by exposing “thousands of pages” of documents that, according to Corsi, seem to prove fairly conclusively that HSBC was involved in a massive money laundering scheme that involved people at the very top of the bank.
As of 2011, according to Wikipedia, British-based HSBC was the world’s second-largest banking and financial services group and second-largest public company per a composite measure by Forbes magazine … “In February 2008, HSBC was named the world’s most valuable banking brand by The Banker magazine.”