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http://ftalphaville.ft.com/blog/2010/11/29/419326/worst-banking-conspiracy-ever/?updatedcontent=1

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Have you ever heard of Inter-Alpha? We hadn’t until this weekend, although we tend not to frequent the conspiracy sites that lump it in alongside the world’s Bilderbergs, Rothschilds, and the Stonecutters.

It is a group of banks that meet together to, erm, discuss stuff, but there’s no conspiracy. The truth is that Inter-Alpha’s list of members, are much, much more intriguing than that.

It’s basically a strong SELL list of European banks that’s been cleverly masquerading for years as an ‘ideas and experience’ talking shop:

InterAlpha_members1.png

See what we mean? What a coincidence of names. Put those in your pension portfolio and weep.

Inter-Alpha isn’t a conspiracy, or a talking shop. Inter-Alpha is like a bizarre nexus of everything — and we mean everything — that went wrong in European banking 2005-10, from subprime to sovereigns.

Yes, as it happens.

One for Redhat Sly..............................

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Have they read my posts on here about Inter Alpha?!

Funny really because earlier today I emailed the blurb on their site and a link to it to a newspaper journalist.

Perhaps someone picked up on it.

I recall posting a link about inter-alpha a month or so ago which I picked up from Lyndon Larouche's website larouchepac.com and iirc you posted a follow up. (I suspect Larouche may be one of the 'conspiracy sites' referred to in the article). Still - it's an interesting association of collapsed/ing banks whether by chance or otherwise!

Here's a more recent inter-alpha related post from his site - there are many others. (He has a thing about the Anglo-Dutch banking system controlling the world covertly since the transfer of power from Amsterdam to London in 1694 via the incorporation of the Bank of England as I understand it - who's to say he's wrong)

http://www.larouchepac.com/node/16640

The question should be raised, whether the U.S. Treasury Department and the U.S. government are aware that most of the outstanding Irish banking debt is insured with U.S. banks, and whether they know that the insured counterparts are Inter-Alpha banks such as Royal Bank of Scotland. Was this the concern that pushed Tim Geithner to put pressure on the German government to bailout the Irish banks?

Italian journalist Morya Longo, writing in Il Sole 24 Ore, points to the fact that British Inter-Alpha bank Royal Bank of Scotland is the most exposed in Ireland, with 64 billion euros, but that RBS and the other British banks (such as Lloyds) have covered most of their exposure through Credit Default Swaps. Total CDS on Ireland amount to $44 billion, and that is where the "final" risk lies. Now, 72% of the CDS market is in the hands of five American banks: JP Morgan, Bank of American, Goldman Sachs, Morgan Stanley and Citigroup.

In other words, it's not the UK's exposure to the bond debt that's the big problem, rather the US bankster exposure to the CDS swaps. Think AIG.

Edited by Red Karma

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Perhaps someone picked up on it.

I recall posting a link about inter-alpha a month or so ago which I picked up from Lyndon Larouche's website larouchepac.com and iirc you posted a follow up. (I suspect Larouche may be one of the 'conspiracy sites' referred to in the article). Still - it's an interesting association of collapsed/ing banks whether by chance or otherwise!

I have posted a comment on the article :rolleyes:

They said "over the weekend" so might have read this or heard it secondhand

http://www.housepricecrash.co.uk/forum/index.php?showtopic=155184&st=15

Of course I will give you a share of any royalties because I originally picked them up from you

http://www.housepricecrash.co.uk/forum/index.php?showtopic=154514

Shouldn't the FT know about groups like this much earlier? I wonder if the FSA have ever heard of Inter Alpha :P

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I have posted a comment on the article :rolleyes:

They said "over the weekend" so might have read this or heard it secondhand

http://www.housepric...ic=155184&st=15

Of course I will give you a share of any royalties because I originally picked them up from you

http://www.housepric...howtopic=154514

Shouldn't the FT know about groups like this much earlier? I wonder if the FSA have ever heard of Inter Alpha :P

Well found! Thanks. (Royalty share is most acceptable :))

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Well found! Thanks. (Royalty share is most acceptable :))

If ever you want to find something you have posted on here put what you can remember in google with your username and hpc:

I found it with thiis

http://www.google.co.uk/search?hl=en&biw=1259&bih=871&q=inter+alpha+redhat+sly+hpc&aq=f&aqi=&aql=&oq=&gs_rfai=

One for you

http://www.google.co.uk/search?hl=en&biw=1259&bih=871&q=Hermajesty+the+Queen+red+karma+hpc&aq=f&aqi=&aql=&oq=&gs_rfai=

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If ever you want to find something you have posted on here put what you can remember in google with your username and hpc:

I found it with thiis

http://www.google.co...l=&oq=&gs_rfai=

One for you

http://www.google.co...l=&oq=&gs_rfai=

Aah........brilliant thank you!

Also not a little scary - Perhaps I better be more circumspect about who I refer to in future threads. :unsure::ph34r:

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