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This is not bank bashing, but you know that the violence is because of actions by the banks, thus thousands being killed for greed and profit.

Gadaffi has been stealing billions and hiding it secret bank accounts all over the world. Should he loose power, he would have very little chance in getting his hands on this money unless he can put it somewhere else or turn it into a portable commodity like diamonds or gold. As it is secret and he wouldn't have a right to it after loosing power, the banks are obviously making it impossible for him to get this money. Should he not be able to get his money out of a secret bank account and loose power, who gets to "keep" the money. Just like the Swiss banks and the Jewish bank accounts from the war, the money is left indefinitely with the bank, thus the banks are trying to legally steal Gadaffi's money.

Should the banks just give him the estimated $60 billion he has stolen, mark my word he will step down.

Just shows how dirty Banking and politics actually are.

Examples of this are Sadam Hussein who pillaged the banks, and numerous African ex-leaders now living in excile.

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Even better the banks holding the money stolen from his people won't be prosecuted.

If the CEO of the banks where to face jail for aiding and abetting I wonder if they would be so keen to have this money on their books?

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Even better the banks holding the money stolen from his people won't be prosecuted.

If the CEO of the banks where to face jail for aiding and abetting I wonder if they would be so keen to have this money on their books?

...this is covered by money laundering ... :rolleyes:

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This is not bank bashing, but you know that the violence is because of actions by the banks, thus thousands being killed for greed and profit.

Except the banks haven't frozen his assets, the respective governments have, most notably the British government. And it happened AFTER Gadaffi started to use state violence against the protesters.

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This is not bank bashing, but you know that the violence is because of actions by the banks, thus thousands being killed for greed and profit.

Gadaffi has been stealing billions and hiding it secret bank accounts all over the world. Should he loose power, he would have very little chance in getting his hands on this money unless he can put it somewhere else or turn it into a portable commodity like diamonds or gold. As it is secret and he wouldn't have a right to it after loosing power, the banks are obviously making it impossible for him to get this money. Should he not be able to get his money out of a secret bank account and loose power, who gets to "keep" the money. Just like the Swiss banks and the Jewish bank accounts from the war, the money is left indefinitely with the bank, thus the banks are trying to legally steal Gadaffi's money.

Should the banks just give him the estimated $60 billion he has stolen, mark my word he will step down.

Just shows how dirty Banking and politics actually are.

Examples of this are Sadam Hussein who pillaged the banks, and numerous African ex-leaders now living in excile.

i dont think youve quite got the grasp of the libya situation.

gaddafi isnt looking for a severence fee payout here.

he knows once he loses power, the people will make him answerable for all the things hes done to them.

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...this is covered by money laundering ... :rolleyes:

Foreign Diplomats have immunity in all countries.

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...this is covered by money laundering ... :rolleyes:

plus it's not the bankers for the most part - it's the lawyer and accountants that set up the structures that conceal the ownership from the bankers, plus the politicians who allow the company and trust formation in their counties. Do you know how easy it is to use the UK for company formation for bad ends?

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No surprise.

London is the worlds #1 money launder and backer of dodgy regimes, with New York close behind.

Ethics and money do to not mix, but we all know that here. Been the same since the formation of the BOE, and for every duplicate central bank made ever since.

These creeps have zero loyalty to the state. They only thing they ask for in return for all your money, is complete state compliance.

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No surprise.

London is the worlds #1 money launder and backer of dodgy regimes, with New York close behind.

Ethics and money do to not mix, but we all know that here. Been the same since the formation of the BOE, and for every duplicate central bank made ever since.

These creeps have zero loyalty to the state. They only thing they ask for in return for all your money, is complete state compliance.

This posts reads like corruption and bad leaders were invented by Central banking. Does that really make sense?

It seems like the admission ticket to HPC now is to shake your head knowlingly and write a post saying everything that's bad comes from banks. Stick "state compliance" in and you have a fair chance of a "+1" from somewhere.

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This posts reads like corruption and bad leaders were invented by Central banking. Does that really make sense?

It seems like the admission ticket to HPC now is to shake your head knowlingly and write a post saying everything that's bad comes from banks. Stick "state compliance" in and you have a fair chance of a "+1" from somewhere.

It seems like you got in on a child's pass.

Control of the money supply is the single most power weapon available to mankind, outside of NBC holocaust.

Start with Napoleonic wars, work through the American Civil War, the great wars, go to every despot for the past 300 years, every tax you pay, assassinations, the great depression, etc...

Or keep your head buried in the sand.

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What about the banks role in the Tsunami? This was blatently ignored by the MSM and hasn't been given the attention it deserves even here.

In jest comes truth.

Lots of publically owned land in Sri Lanka was re-zoned after the tsunami on the advice of the IMF and handed to big business to redevelop for profit - whilst the people who owned it were given unproductive land miles from anywhere in compensation.

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This is not bank bashing, but you know that the violence is because of actions by the banks, thus thousands being killed for greed and profit.

Gadaffi has been stealing billions and hiding it secret bank accounts all over the world. Should he loose power, he would have very little chance in getting his hands on this money unless he can put it somewhere else or turn it into a portable commodity like diamonds or gold. As it is secret and he wouldn't have a right to it after loosing power, the banks are obviously making it impossible for him to get this money. Should he not be able to get his money out of a secret bank account and loose power, who gets to "keep" the money. Just like the Swiss banks and the Jewish bank accounts from the war, the money is left indefinitely with the bank, thus the banks are trying to legally steal Gadaffi's money.

Should the banks just give him the estimated $60 billion he has stolen, mark my word he will step down.

Just shows how dirty Banking and politics actually are.

Examples of this are Sadam Hussein who pillaged the banks, and numerous African ex-leaders now living in excile.

The Russian Oligarchy are just as bad!

Bowed and scraped down to and OVER HERE whilst a few thieve Trillions in all commodities from their fellow Russian countryman (oil, Gas, Gold, Diamonds minerals etc all put thru the City to hide the ongoing OBVIOUS thefts) who are forced to live in abject poverty at starvation levels, with no medical care or benefit system which was never set up after the fall of the Commies!

Like so many 'Grant Bovey' types - thru privilege, gangsterism & top level bent 'connections' they ensured theywere in the right place to exploit a rising tide and are nobodies when it recedes!

Gangsters + Banksters!

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The Russian Oligarchy are just as bad!

Bowed and scraped down to and OVER HERE whilst a few thieve Trillions in all commodities from their fellow Russian countryman (oil, Gas, Gold, Diamonds minerals etc all put thru the City to hide the ongoing OBVIOUS thefts) who are forced to live in abject poverty at starvation levels, with no medical care or benefit system which was never set up after the fall of the Commies!

Like so many 'Grant Bovey' types - thru privilege, gangsterism & top level bent 'connections' they ensured theywere in the right place to exploit a rising tide and are nobodies when it recedes!

Gangsters + Banksters!

Don't get me started on the fawning over Abramovic....the man who used criminal force and gangsterism to steal the assets of a country and then expects hero worship for funding a world cup bid.

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Foreign Diplomats have immunity in all countries.

According to the beeb, the govt just rescinded diplomatic immunity from Gadaffi and his cronies, was wondering if this was driven by the financial considerations

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What about the banks role in the Tsunami? This was blatently ignored by the MSM and hasn't been given the attention it deserves even here.

Not that old chestnut :D

Surely the real complicity of the banks is to take the money in the first place? If no dictator were allowed access to the system with their loot a major source of corruption would be eliminated.

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Except the banks haven't frozen his assets, the respective governments have, most notably the British government. And it happened AFTER Gadaffi started to use state violence against the protesters.

They froze the accounts they knew about, it is the secret accounts that the bankers would be setting their sights on.

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i dont think youve quite got the grasp of the libya situation.

gaddafi isnt looking for a severence fee payout here.

he knows once he loses power, the people will make him answerable for all the things hes done to them.

I think a great example of Gadafi to be is Idi Amin. His country couldn't touch him afterwards and he got away with his ill-gotten fortunes.

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Max Keiser - talking on French TV on what should happen to the Goldman Sachs bankers. "They should be taken to the Hague. They should be taken up on financial terrorism charges and they should all be thrown in jail - they are scum!"



An Irishman tells it as it is. "W@nking f**king bankers". "All these @rseholes should be thrown in jail and the keys thrown away for the rest of their life." Edited by Take Me Back To London!

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It seems like you got in on a child's pass.

Control of the money supply is the single most power weapon available to mankind, outside of NBC holocaust.

Start with Napoleonic wars, work through the American Civil War, the great wars, go to every despot for the past 300 years, every tax you pay, assassinations, the great depression, etc...

Or keep your head buried in the sand.

Or get yourself under control and see the bigger picture than banking.

People do bas stuff, always have. It didn't start with central banking no matter how much it makes you feel like you've got "the answer". Or maybe you think Napolean would have been a care worker without bankers.

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In jest comes truth.

Lots of publically owned land in Sri Lanka was re-zoned after the tsunami on the advice of the IMF and handed to big business to redevelop for profit - whilst the people who owned it were given unproductive land miles from anywhere in compensation.

So they made the splash then?

Ain't nobody cheering for bankers, but I do find the new religion a bit boring and no more insightful than any previous attempts to classify bad into groups of others so people can feel they are on the side of righteousness.

Edited by bogbrush

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Or get yourself under control and see the bigger picture than banking.

People do bas stuff, always have. It didn't start with central banking no matter how much it makes you feel like you've got "the answer". Or maybe you think Napolean would have been a care worker without bankers.

Yes, he would have been something else indeed.

Cant have a war without a central bank (and Napoleon came to power after the frech fiat ****** up led to people food rioting - he shot them with cannons full of shrapnel and got the praise of the elite and a career boost out of it.)

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Or get yourself under control and see the bigger picture than banking.

People do bas stuff, always have. It didn't start with central banking no matter how much it makes you feel like you've got "the answer". Or maybe you think Napolean would have been a care worker without bankers.

I didn't know that shills work so late at night, I hope they at least pay you well for this...

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