Is Brazil’s Interim President a Satanist or a U.S. Agent?
Is there a difference?
The cash-for-reform talks have collapsed, along with negotiations to secure more “aid” for Greece.
U.S. Led Bombing in Syria.
NY protests Flood Wall Street.
Preparations for G-20 Summit in Australia continues.
Bank of New York Kicked Out of Argentina
An Argentinian consumer finance group has sued Dutch Rabobank over LIBOR.
Last year Rabobank was fined some $1 billion by US and European regulators for its role in manipulating the key London Interbank Offered Rate and its Euribor cousin.
You deposited your assets into a bank and unwittingly you became a “unsecured creditor”!
You are subject to FDIC insurance; it should be better understood…read your agreements.
Yes, that means get the magnifying glass and read the fine print that is intentionally typed in tiny font and written in “legalese” so you would not know of the fraud…
Daniel Brockett, a partner at law firm Quinn Emanuel, also said he had spoken to several investors concerned about potential losses.
“It is fair to say that economic work suggests there are certain days when [the five banks] are not only tipping their clients off, but also colluding with one another,” he said.
“Attempts by the Federal Reserve to dial back its super-loose monetary policy are good for China because it shows the world’s largest economy is improving, China’s Finance Minister was quoted as saying on Sunday.” [Implications of pressuring the federal reserve? Implications that China will manage fine with the reduction of funny moneys in the global Exchange markets, even as some nation’s exchanges will suffer?
There was a admission that China could not maintain the unrealistic growth of the past (not remain the future growth engine of the world economy).]