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  • hapiwondrer hapiwondrer Feb 23, 2013 9:47 PM Flag

    This ought to be really good for PMs...

    ...should it arrive on American shores, among many other positive outcomes for the economy, except for the criminal elites within the financial sector.

    “Iran to Execute 4 Bankers on Fraud Charges”, by Brittany Stepniak

    How soon before it comes here? If any think this is a bit extreme, they need to read the Coinage Act of 1782. Within it states the penalty for counterfeiting, and defined what had been unspecified penalties within the US Constitution. Obviously the banksters that put in place this penalty thought it would never be carried out. They’ve been correct...so far.

    NO ONE that has been engaged in massive bank fraud in the United States has even gone to jail, unlike the 1980’s, except the smaller fraudsters, like Bernanrd Madoff. Jon Corzine still roams free as a bird, and an Obama operative. There are so many of these in the top tier of the political spectrum who have been busily looking the other way with the ongoing fraud that it is difficult to name them all. It would probably require a new prison just to incarcerate and/or have a death row to house them. Aaron Burr certainly did the country a favor by putting an end to Hamilton’s existence, all be it for entirely different reasons. Had Hamilton continued in public life, as a Rothschild agent, there’s no telling how much earlier in time that current dire economic circumstances would have occurred.

    God Bless those like Ann Barnhardt who are not afraid to speak out in no uncertain terms about the issue of widespread fraud in the financial industry. But the hope is that there are some in authority that will come to their senses before pink peacemakers like hers becomes a necessity to bring about a correction because political officeholders remain virtually spineless.

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    • goldmanpillageandsack goldmanpillageandsack Feb 25, 2013 10:00 PM Flag

      At least Iceland had the fortitude to prosecute and imprison it's criminal bankers!

      Sentiment: Strong Buy

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      • Of the many articles on the subject of Iceland’s recovery after sending its bankster to jail there is the following:

        “Iceland Jails Bankers, Erases Citizens’ Debt, Recovers Strongly” by Jacob Sloan, July 19, 2012.

        “...Iceland’s approach to dealing with the meltdown has put the needs of its population ahead of the markets at every turn. Once it became clear back in October 2008 that the island’s banks were beyond saving, the government stepped in, ring-fenced the domestic accounts, and left international creditors in the lurch. The central bank imposed capital controls to halt the ensuing sell-off of the krona and new state-controlled banks were created from the remnants of the lenders that failed. ...

        Fat chance that will happen in the Untied States. The politicos here are fat, happy and enjoying seeing the rest of us being robbed to what they perceive as their benefit.

        The perspective from here, however, is that Iceland doesn’t appear to have put in place a permanent fix, meaning their currency is still of the fiat variety.

        The following Internet report titled, “Follow Iceland’s Lead – Jail the Bankers and Help the Citizens”

        Within this piece is the following statement: “...Banker-created fiat debt is like a cancer that grows and grows until it is too large to cure. Interest on fiat debt that was printed out of thin air by the bankers continues to grow larger and larger until economies, nations and individuals are suffocated by it. ...”

        This is a well presented piece by Gold Stock Bull, and includes a video explaining Iceland’s strategy to no longer be mired in debt. But as long as currencies are not fully backed for exchange to specie the invitation to future bankster fraud will again emerge. Countries engage in fiat money so they can wage war on other nations. It is the only way to engage in warmongering when there is no financing to do so. It has absolutely nothing to do with spreading Liberty to others. It is quite the opposite since not only does it reduce it within those nations that experience military action, but it impoverishes those who are taxed through fiat money inflation to expand the war making machine of the “liberators”. In that regard Iceland had a much easier task to turn their economy around because in the United States, for example, the war making machine is so massive with so many captured economically as participants that the backlash against any reduction in military adventurism would be many times greater than in the case of Iceland.

        Dwight D. Eisenhower summed it all up with his definition of the above characteristic of the government’s expenditures as a creature of “the military industrial complex”, which also happens to be the biggest profit center for central banks that always find ways to profit from both sides of military conflicts.

    • Bump.

      This post was made to disappear, by the “new” way of censorship. It is accessible by the authors, but you can make your own judgment as to why those on the other side of your monitor wanted it to be inaccessible. It goes into a bit of Constitutional law which banksters definitely want to remain hidden.

      This evening, on a financial call-in program a woman asked the host about the debilitating effect of inflation on people trying to survive in an environment where prices are rising. Of course the host, like all those on whatever type broadcast medium you care to tune into, trotted out the government’s inflation numbers at less than 3%. We are truly living in a fascist paradigm when only people like this are allowed to broadcast such lies.

 
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