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Whistleblower busts Barclay’s bank for selling customer data

Yesterday, in an effort to gain customer confidence back, 90000 Dutch bankers swore a public oath to God that they would henceforth follow ethical standards and refrain from any fraudulent activity.  And while this propagandist ploy may halt some criminal activity for a time in Holland, it doesn't appear that ethical behavior is becoming an industry wide program. Because on Feb. 9, a whistle blower within B ...

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90000 Dutch bankers swear oath to ‘God’ they will behave better next time

Even for non-Christians, most people have heard of the story within the bible of Jesus entering into the temple and throwing out the money changers.  In fact, if you look at the New Testament in its entirety, Jesus spoke more on money than He did on love or even salvation. So it is quite humorous as the financial world rotates back towards 2008 when trust and reliance on the banking system was near its lowe ...

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Another Banker Commits “Suicide” By Shooting Himself EIGHT Times With A NAIL GUN…

  Richard Talley, 57, founder of American Title Services in Centennial, Colorado, was found dead in his home on Tuesday Talley 'once claimed to be a member of the 1980 U.S. Olympic swimming team'. USA Swimming refuted this on Thursday A CEO has committed suicide by shooting himself multiple times with a nail gun, a coroner reported on Friday.  Richard Talley, 57, founder of American Title Services in C ...

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Bank of America Sends Credit Card Offer Addressed to ‘Lisa IS A SLUT McIntire’

  Bank of America sent a special offer to a 'Lisa Is A Slut McIntire' The credit card offer was posted to her mother's address, who sent a text message informing her daughter McIntire tweeted about the offensive envelope to Bank of America The bank tweeted back that staff are looking into how the junk mail came to be so addressed The mother of a San Francisco-based freelance writer has received a credi ...

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JP Morgan Chase metals manipulator to advise for the CFTC

In a story that even the Onion couldn't make up as satire, the ultimate proof that U.S. government regulators are paid to protect the banks and frauds they implement came to pass on Feb. 6 when the soon to be former head of J.P. Morgan's commodities division was given a new position as adviser for the Commodities Futures Trading Commission (CFTC).  The CFTC is tasked with ensuring commodity futures prices a ...

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QE was simply another form of bailout for insolvent banks

On Feb. 3, economist and statistician Rob Kirby was a guest on Greg Hunter's USA Watchdog network.  During the 39 minute interview, Kirby blows the door wide open on the true purpose for Quantitative Easing 3(QE3), and says that empirical data shows that the entire scheme was created to provide another trillion dollar bailout of the banks, which were officially insolvent from their collection of worthless M ...

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Millionaire Harvard economist pulls money out of bank from fear of Fed policy

There is an old axiom in the world of stock markets, which is, you cannot catch a falling knife.  This analogy refers to the fact that when a stock or entire market begins to sell off, it is usually the insiders and big fish who are able to get their money out by making the first moves, while everyone else attempts to sell with few buyers and in the end, lose their shirts. It is the same way in banking, whe ...

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Sinister Sites: IRS Headquarters’ Secret Society Homage Exposed

The IRS headquarters in New Carrollton, Maryland is a government building  that, despite being constructed with public funds, contains art referring to elite secret societies. More importantly, the art conveys a strange message about the U.S. Constitution, and the American people in general. We’ll look at the symbolic meaning of the art found in front of the IRS headquarters in Maryland. The IRS is probably ...

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FDIC closes third U.S. bank for January in the state of Idaho

Syringa Bank, located in Boise, ID, was closed down by the FDIC on Friday, Jan. 31.  This bank failure is the third for the month of January and comes following a year where 24 banks were closed down by the Federal agency. 1/31/2014 *** ID *** Boise *** Syringa Bank *** $4.5 million dollar estimated FDIC DIF cost. The total DIF for failed banks this week is $4.5 million. If you were banking at Syringa Bank ...

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Confidence in dollar so bad globally even Zimbabwe has dropped it

When Zimbabwe, the poster child of hyper-inflation in the 21st century, dumps your currency for another because they feel it is being devalued too much, then the ultimate sign of disrespect has been made for a nation's monetary policy.  Sadly, this is suddenly the case for the U.S. dollar when on Jan. 30, the African nation that saved its economy less than five years ago by adopting the dollar as their nati ...

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