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German Banksters Pull 25,000,000 Euro Grab Out Of Taxpayer Funds

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http://uk.finance.yahoo.com/news/germany-s-hre-bank-pays-millions-in-bonuses-afp-3e50980b530c.html?x=0

Germany's HRE bank 'pays millions' in bonuses
Saturday 18 September 2010
Germany's troubled Hypo Real Estate (Xetra: 802770 - news) bank, which last year narrowly avoided bankruptcy before being nationalised, has paid 25 million euros (32.6 million dollars) in executive bonuses, Der Spiegel reported.
The property and municipal funding specialist paid out the bonuses for 2009 after executives threatened legal action, the German weekly said in an article to be published Monday.

I am wondering if the entire bubble and consequential bust was planned by the Banksters to set up a massive grab which they all knew governments would be powerless to stop? When you think of the billions paid to Banksters over the last few years against a backdrop of smoke and mirrors financing it does seem like the public and their governments have been played like a large Stradivarius. The biggest robberies of all time and all perfectly legal. :lol::lol::lol::lol:

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LOL. Bonuses for a bank that couldn't even run its own affairs satisfactorily? What a farce.

All these badly run banks should have been left to go to the wall.

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The banking elite have held all the power, they've infected the democratic process and they are bleeding the host dry.

http://www.scribd.com/doc/6674234/Citigroup-Oct-16-2005-Plutonomy-Report-Part-1

Citigroup Oct 16, 2005 Plutonomy Report

This reports confirms what our elite bankers think of us.

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Second biggest robbery RB. The biggest was the armed seizure of Iraq's oil and agriculture.

Nope. The oil rich Sheiks, Mullahs and Arab VIs generally are raking it in as the oil companies buy bllions of barrels a day and sell it to us at huge profits. The wealth among the ME elite is vast with the Arabiains Sheiks alone worth several trillion among an extended family. We have been lining their pockets for years and all they do is build castles in the sand, buy bloodstock to race and hyper-expensive cars and tat to fill their palaces. They keep the ignorant masses placated with Jihad and religious claptrap to keep the focus on the outside world and off the Turbo Bentleys.

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Push to Hire Bankers Accelerates
2010, 9:24 am EDT
Julia Werdigier, a DealBook colleague, reports:LONDON -
A hiring frenzy has broken out among investment banks
as they scramble to get their mergers and acquisitions departments in order ahead of what some expect to be a busy year.
Bank of America Merrill Lynch in particular is
adding senior bankers
in an effort to rebuild the franchise after many Merrill Lynch bankers left the firm following the acquisition. Bankers, who stayed put during the financial downturn, are now willing to move as
many expect bonuses
, which are usually paid at the end of the year or beginning of next year, to be unsatisfactory for a third consecutive year.

25m Euros may not seem a lot but for a single broke bank it seems like a nice sized grab. With bonus spoils in the hundreds of millions accross the industry there is bound to be the sort of feeding frenzy reported in the above article. While the masses will all be in it together the banksters and their buttons will do fine.

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Nope. The oil rich Sheiks, Mullahs and Arab VIs generally are raking it in as the oil companies buy bllions of barrels a day and sell it to us at huge profits. The wealth among the ME elite is vast with the Arabiains Sheiks alone worth several trillion among an extended family. We have been lining their pockets for years and all they do is build castles in the sand, buy bloodstock to race and hyper-expensive cars and tat to fill their palaces. They keep the ignorant masses placated with Jihad and religious claptrap to keep the focus on the outside world and off the Turbo Bentleys.

Yes, but thats free market business, which sometimes appears to intersect with robbery.

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The property and municipal funding specialist paid out the bonuses for 2009 after executives threatened legal action, the German weekly said in an article to be published Monday.

So they caved in just at the merest whiff of a legal threat - or apparent legal threat. For 25 million euros it must have been worth putting up at least a small legal fight but no they caved in just at the merest mention. It wasn't the executives rewarding themselves by any chance.

If only all legal disputes were so easy UK pensioners wouldn't have had to go through all the courts imaginable just to pick up a few scraps of their own savings after being cheated by pension fund crooks and politicians.

Don't bother just say bank nearly bankrupted by executives rewards those executives with 25 million euros in bonuses and leave it at that. People know exactly what's what these days.

Edited by billybong

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