Institutional Governance Is A Criminal Enterprise
Remember the Banks were already found criminally guilty, but only the small fry are ever arrested!
The MSM News Headlines may not Report it, but the Wall Street Banks are in trouble.
Their reports are always about rosy earnings, but the reality is actually the opposite.
Anti-Trust Laws are routinely violated and the system is a foundation of fraud that must end, eventually.
The Ponzi-economy is on shaky legs.
HSBC is a known criminal money laundering bank, where previously the U.S. Justice department refused to prosecute under Eric Holder’s term.
Sure, these charges may all once again amount to no significant arrests and no halt to the systemic fraud in the worldwide monetary system.
However, each event allows us to connect more dots to the heads of the secret governments and shadow banking managing institutional crime.
But collectively, these charges show us something or someone is rocking the boat between London/NY/Paris/Frankfurt financial centers.
Please keep the names of Mark Johnson, 50 yr old Mark Johnson, head of foreign exchange and cash trading for the bank in London, and Stuart Scott, HSBC’s head of foreign-exchange cash trading for Europe, the Middle East and Africa are both being charged for market rigging.
Sadly, the CEOs and CFOs remain untouched.
So keep this in proper perspective, where trillions per day have been defrauded we only hear of low level individuals charged for a mere few million dollars of fraud transactions.
Do the regulators really think this will quiet the outrage from the systemic fraud and market manipulations under the management of the largest banks in the world?
Perhaps another epidemic of sudden banker deaths will return?
Reuters reported this week “German investor morale to lowest since 2012″…
The thought that the rat-dens are smoking (and possibly on fire) gives me goosebumps. ~Ron
Title: Top HSBC executive charged over currency fraud
Video posted 21 Jul 2016
Lets not forget about the Rothschilds:
HSBC Bankers Are First Individuals Charged in U.S. Currency Case -Bloomberg