Tag Archives: banksters

The Fiscal Cliff Is A Diversion: The Derivatives Tsunami and the Dollar Bubble

  The “fiscal cliff” is another hoax designed to shift the attention of policymakers, the media, and the attentive public, if any, from huge problems to small ones. The fiscal…

Goldman Sachs: A Criminal Enterprise

It is now a certainty that Goldman Sachs banker Rajiv Gupta with be the first banker to serve prison time.  Gupta helped the Wall Street behemoth handpick the most toxic US…

The Four Horsemen of Banking

If you want to know where the true power center of the world lies, follow the money – cui bono.  According to Global Finance magazine, as of 2010 the world’s five biggest banks…

HSBC Investigation: Clients of Britain’s Biggest Bank Exposed

The tax authorities have obtained details of every British client of HSBC in Jersey after a whistleblower secretly provided a detailed list of names, addresses and account balances earlier this…

The Federal Reserve Cartel: A Financial Parasite

United World Federalists founder James Warburg’s father was Paul Warburg, who financed Hitler with help from Brown Brothers Harriman partner Prescott Bush. [1] Colonel Ely Garrison was a close friend…

The Federal Reserve Cartel: The Eight Families

The Four Horsemen of Banking (Bank of America, JP Morgan Chase, Citigroup and Wells Fargo) own the Four Horsemen of Oil (Exxon Mobil, Royal Dutch/Shell, BP and Chevron Texaco); in tandem…

The Financial Tsunami: Greenspan’s Grand Design

The Long-Term Greenspan Agenda Seven years of Volcker monetary “shock therapy” had ignited a payments crisis across the Third World. Billions of dollars in recycled petrodollar debts loaned by major…

The Neocolonial Private Power Domination Model

A decade ago, Argentina too went through a systemic Sovereign Public Debt collapse resulting in social turmoil, worker hardship, rioting and street fights with the police. Some months before Argentina…

The Opium (Heroin) Foundations of the Banking Institutions of India

  Before coming to the point a bit of history would help understand the circumstances that led to it.   India was once a rich country, it was called ‘Sone…

An Example of Banking Philosophy

To seize the belongings of all nations and individuals This is the real reason for poverty in the world   In reading the following article of Louis Even, first published…

The European Stabilization Mechanism, Or How Goldman Sachs Captured Europe

The Goldman Sachs coup that failed in America has nearly succeeded in Europe—a permanent, irrevocable, unchallengeable bailout for the banks underwritten by the taxpayers.  In September 2008, Henry Paulson, former…

The Libor Scandal In Full Perspective

The article about the Libor scandal, coauthored with Nomi Prins, received much attention, with Internet repostings, foreign translation, and video interviews. To further clarify the situation, this article brings to…

Credit Default Swaps: Financial Weapons of Mass Destruction

CREDIT DEFAULT SWAPS A credit default swap (CDS) is a credit derivative contract between two counterparties. The buyer makes periodic payments to the seller, and in return receives a payoff if an underlying…

Carbon Capitalists Warming to Climate Market Using Derivatives

Across Uganda, thousands of women warm supper over new, $8 orange-painted stoves. The clay-and- metal pots burn about two-thirds the charcoal of the open-fire cooking typical of East Africa, where forests are…

HSBC: The World’s Dirtiest Bank

In late July, First Niagara Financial Group announced that it would buy 195 retail bank branches in New York and Connecticut from HSBC for around $1 billion. [1]  HSBC acquired…