Banksters Slowly Being Arrested Around the World

Bankers Arrested In Iceland, Ireland, UK, USA, Switzerland, India, France, Russia, Austria

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  1. missmarla  August 2, 2012 at 9:13 pm

    Doesn’t end with the banksters – people are being killed, property taken by fraud, title companies recording forged and fraudulent legal documents as 60+ yr water scam and takeover continues.
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  2. tobokke  August 2, 2012 at 9:14 pm

    In Portugal they are still scott free, wandering around like parasites they are.

  3. Mark Dandeneau  August 3, 2012 at 1:43 am

    It’s our money that the bankers have stolen. They have stockpiled it and are using it to destroy the planet. They are trying to silence and imprison those who have good and honest intentions. They are criminals.

    • runnysplack  August 3, 2012 at 6:00 pm

      They create the money, they haven’t stockpiled it. It’s our lives they’ve stolen not our money.

  4. Lyn Eckstein  August 3, 2012 at 4:46 am

    The real problem is worse than stealing and stockpiling the money. The truth is that there is no money! It’s all based on credits that the banks trade with each other to give the appearence of money existing where there is none. Money is and has always been based onpaper which is and of itself simply what it appears to be, paper! Paper money is a credit note which is a “promise to pay” rather than an actual item in and of itself. Banks need more “money”? Simple. Just print more. We ran out of true money long ago. The US currency truthfully states right on the bills, “Federal Reserve Note”. It’s not worth the expensive paper it’s printed on. The only reason it works is because people continue to fool themselves that printed money has actual value. If the public wakes out of its decades long slumber and realizes its been duped then there will be worldwide panic and serious civil unrest that makes the great wars 1 & 2 look like nothing but a rowdy party. People will want barter instead and the worldwide banking system will collapse overnight. Printed money will be used to light fires and trade negotiations worldwide will resemble war.

    Stock up on groceries and ammo. You’re going to need both!

  5. Vitali  August 3, 2012 at 9:19 am

    Lyn, barter will never again be the mthod of trade since it is too limiting and impractical. Money indeed has value only since we beleive it has value but thats not a bad thing. Same goes for gold, cars or any other resource or good you can think of. The same is true for works of art, they are such only because some people value them to be such (not in money but some asethetic value or otherwise some metric).

    The problem you were probably talking about is that the current monetary system decoupled somewhat from anything physical and thta it needs infinite growth to sustain itself. The system needs to change but it will be no solution if we all went back to the caves

    • branko kiseljak  December 30, 2012 at 6:49 pm

      only small fishes…

  6. Vinícius do Pinho (@ViniciusPinhoB)  December 30, 2012 at 4:05 pm

  7. X  May 15, 2013 at 6:45 am

    Some years ago here in Spain, when government investigators got close to one of the country’s biggest bankers, the deputy prime minister told them to back off.
    And smaller bankers that got arrested and convicted are simply pardoned. The pardon and reinstatement allowed on of them to return to banking and to then retire with a parting gift of… 80 million euros…


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