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MF UNTOUCHABLE: Corzine Wins Again

How you like me now... I swear to tell the truth, the whole truth and nothing but the truth. --- MF Global Judge Nixes Customer Group's Bid to Depose Corzine   Reuters A bankruptcy judge on Tuesday rejected a bid by former MF Global customers to depose the collapsed brokerage's former chief, Jon Corzine. In a written ruling in U.S. Bankruptcy Court in Manhattan, Judge Martin Glenn said the Commodity Cu ...

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Nuremburg-Style Trials For Banksters

Americans need to institute a modern day version of the Nuremberg Trials. Who will be tried? The bankers who have hijacked the American government. What will be they be charged with? Crimes against humanity. 
 The mindless minions of the New World Order (e.g. police, military, IRS agents, city council members, mayors, state legislators, etc) will soon be forced into a corner and will have to soon decide if ...

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MF UNTOUCHABLE: Corzine Wins Again

How you like me now... I swear to tell the truth, the whole truth and nothing but the truth. --- MF Global Judge Nixes Customer Group's Bid to Depose Corzine   Reuters A bankruptcy judge on Tuesday rejected a bid by former MF Global customers to depose the collapsed brokerage's former chief, Jon Corzine. In a written ruling in U.S. Bankruptcy Court in Manhattan, Judge Martin Glenn said the Commodity Cu ...

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A New Signature Could Land on the Dollar Bill

When President Obama named Jack Lew as his pick for Treasury Secretary, he no doubt took his years of experience, both within the government and in finance, into consideration. Yet one small detail the president seems to have overlooked is Lew's bizarre signature - a particularly important fact as it could soon be gracing dollar bills across the nation. Lew, who would replace outgoing secretary Timothy Geit ...

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There’s a Violent World War Going On, with Millions of Casualties

We have become, in the United States, and increasingly all over the world, a society with only two classes: Those who own, and those who owe. January 7, 2013 History is littered with the corpses of those who thought they could conquer the world, or at least the “known” or “important” world, through force of arms.  Many come immediately to mind: Alexander the Great; Caesar; Hitler; the Celts, Ottomans, and C ...

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U.S. Banks Win Mortgage Fraud Settlement, Borrowers Lose

  Ten major U.S. banks settled charges of illegally kicking people out of their homes for pennies on the dollar, under two agreements with the government announced this week. The biggest beneficiary is Bank of America which will win a get-out-of-jail free card for selling fraudulent loans to two government-sponsored mortgage finance companies. Bank of America sold bad mortgages that led to numerous foreclos ...

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America Meet Your New Slumlord: Wall Street

And I sincerely believe, with you, that banking establishments are more dangerous than standing armies; and that the principle of spending money to be paid by posterity, under the name of funding, is but swindling futurity on a large scale. - Letter from Thomas Jefferson to John Taylor, May 28, 1816 Well they aren’t really your “new” slumlord in the sense you have been debt slaves to the financials system f ...

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Federal Reserve May Pause Quantitative Easing?

An obscure report that the Federal Reserve may suspend the monetization of purchasing Treasury Bonds has the smell of disinformation. The perennial efforts to lift economic spirits with the beginning of a New Year often are packed with wishful thinking. Quantitative Easing is being treated as a useful tool for turning on and off the spigot of liquidity infusion. In reality, the results of the massive origin ...

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END GAME: EU Set to Ban Cash Transactions Over 500 Euros

Right in the middle of the holidays when mainstream media organizations were distracted and short staffed, the finance ministry for the European Union announced that cash transactions over 500 euros would soon be banned. Ekathimerini News reported that: “Any transaction in excess of 500 euros will soon only be allowed via credit or debit card or by check, according to a plan by the Finance Ministry aimed at ...

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COLLAPSE EMINENT?: Federal Reserve May Pause Quantitative Easing

An obscure report that the Federal Reserve may suspend the monetization of purchasing Treasury Bonds has the smell of disinformation. The perennial efforts to lift economic spirits with the beginning of a New Year often are packed with wishful thinking. Quantitative Easing is being treated as a useful tool for turning on and off the spigot of liquidity infusion. In reality, the results of the massive origin ...

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