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Bank fraud

Updated on May 14, 2009

The shadow knows


little known shell companies known for their offshore tax free investments that are almost invisable to bank regulators of the mainstream banking system

They deal in derivitives originally developed by j p morgan a london bank.

These derivitives were copycated to some extent,but without paying attention to the volitility of those derivitives due to lack of the track those investments performance.

As those derivitives were increasingly less valuable due to loans that went bad.

Even thou these bad loan derivitives were increasing

Greedy mortgage brokers dismissed or ignored them as a reason for concern as they made more money on loans even bad loans and didn't much care if their clients were loan worthy or not and as that old saying goes all the kings horses and all the kings men couldn't put Humpty dumpty back together again.

The Banks answer to that is to lay more eggs

Just like, the "chickens" they are.

The rooster has come home to roost !

And the Hen chickens are bending over backwards to recieve the roosters.

The moral of the story is "Don't leave your nest egg in, "the charge of Wolves "in sheeps clothing looking for a chance to crack and gobble up your nest eggs and divide them up among themselves."Now the wolves are getting the chickens to sign contracts to keep laying eggs to make up for the eggs the wolves themselves stole from them in the first place.

There is some squacking going on,but it's not the roosters

It seems the wolves aren't the least bit worried.Why should they?

A cashless system is one of the goals of the banking system

checkout the website below;for some interesting words ass-sociated with dumb Animals

You should definitely checkout the 666 calculator along the left side in the index box

See what words you can come up with that add up to 666


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What do you think is going to happen next?

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      quicksand 8 years ago

      Well I believe the global economy will recover! It is not likely to get any worse. :)