A survey of 25 US cities has offered a picture of the state of hunger in the country as homelessness and requests for help are on the rise.
We all know the Zionist banksters control the world money supply. This is NOT news. What is news is that they used to try to hide their occupation of the U.S. American money system by pretending to be Americans.
Now? Screw it! This time they are just blurting it out!
The Vice-Chairman of the U.S. Federal Reserve is going to be an Israeli bankster who ran the Bank of Israel Bank; Stanley Fischer. Plain and Simple! Screw You America!
Now what will Americans do when they ALL realize that their banking system is run by Zionists as stated so on the main street marquee? Well, if they remember Andrew Jackson, they will throw this occupiers out on their bankster assess, arrest them, and thrown them all in prison. Or maybe Americans will just again just take up the wazoo and bow to their masters? Hard to say…..
ASK conspiracy theorists who they think really runs the world, and they will probably point to global banks, such as Citigroup, Bank of America and JPMorgan Chase. Oil giants such as Exxon Mobil and Shell may also earn a mention. Or perhaps they would focus on the consumer-goods firms that hold billions in their thrall: Apple, McDonald’s or Nestlé.
Abby Martin speaks with Richard Wolff, economist and Professor Emeritus at the University of Massachusetts about the recent district court ruling on Detroit’s bankruptcy and how it could affect the pensions of thousands of city workers.
Wednesday, December 11, 2013
KingCast and Mortgage Movies See WA Attorney Jeff Jared Join Financial Revival Group and Speak on Mortgage Foreclosure Law.
Attorney Jared and I concur that the developing law in this area — particularly in Washington — parallels the growth of Civil Rights Law in previous decades. When the banks come after you don’t panic. Just outsmart them and walk away with significant chingy in your pocket, instead of their measly $3K “cash for keys” or “Deed in lieu” nonsense. FRGI Facebook.
For more background read this.
Royal Bank of Scotland Group Plc will pay $100m (€72.5m) to resolve U.S. probes into the bank’s dealings with Sudan, Iran, and other sanctioned countries, U.S. authorities said on Wednesday.
The Justice Department plans to bring mortgage fraud cases against several financial institutions early in 2014, using as a template the case that ended last month in JPMorgan Chase’s $13 billion settlement,
A “misunderstanding” between Google and NASA resulted in deeply discounted fuel rates for the search giant’s private corporate jets, costing California taxpayers between $3.3 and $5.3 million.
Gold has dropped 25% over the past year and is on track for its first annual decline after 12 years of gains. Meanwhile, silver is down 33% YTD. The big money is at a major tipping point.
As public enthusiasm continues to grow over bitcoin, the digital crypto-currency, JPMorgan Chase seeks to patent an online payment system that would allow digital wallets, as well as anonymity – the most attractive feature to internet users.
Four Bankers in Iceland Sentenced to Jail for the FRAUD they committed. Including the Chairman of the Bank.
If this would happen all over the world, we would be in much better shape!
Iceland’s court sentenced four bankers to jail, including the Chairman of Kaupthing Bank.
Obviously Iceland’s courts are not as corrupt as the rest of the world’s courts. The U.S. has never considered jailing Corzine (MF Global), besides all the other top Wall Street bankers. But the fact that Iceland has jailed bankers, shows all is not lost.
In a landmark ruling, Reykjavík District Court sentenced four former executives of Kaupthing Bank to between 3 and 5 1/2 years in prison for financial crimes dating back to 2008.
Why aren’t we doing the same here in the US??????
A federal judge said General Motors is not required to pay $450 million to cover medical benefits for retirees, in a defeat for the United Auto Workers union.
In a 36-page decision, U.S. District Judge Avern Cohn in Detroit said on Tuesday that the post-bankruptcy GM did not assume any obligation for the payment, which the automaker had contracted to make two years before its June 2009 Chapter 11 filing.
The latest budget agreement between Senator Patty Murray (D-Wash.) and Congressman Paul Ryan (R-Wis.), which President Obama has already agreed to sign, is being lauded by the beltway media as a long-overdue compromise that will finally result in a definitive spending plan. And predictably, all the focus has been on the deal, rather than who was screwed by the deal, and who screwed them.
Alicia Nesbitt has just two more unemployment checks—for a total amount of $348—coming to her before the end of the year.
The 56-year-old college financial aid administrator, who lives in Connecticut, has been out of work since being laid off last New Year’s Eve. She has been receiving long-term unemployment benefits since June, when her state benefit checks ran out.
“If anyone had told me I would be unemployed and uncertain as to my future at my age, I would not have believed it,” said Nesbitt, who is divorced and lives with her boyfriend to help with expenses.
Any doubts that anyone had about Israel controlling the American economy can now be put to rest. This inarguably confirms that the present abysmal condition that economy is in can be laid at the same doorstep and I don’t know if this is an example of ‘birds of a feather flock together’, or whether this might be a warning shot across the bow but one does wonder. Meanwhile, if you are wondering about the ineffable’s sense of humor, wonder no more. Also meanwhile, the fruits of privileged status continue to blossom across the otherwise blasted landscape.
We learn from that lawsuit that there were 21 causes of action against JPM individually designated as: preferential transfers; fraudulent transfers (numerous counts); aiding and abetting a fraud; aiding and abetting a breach of fiduciary duty; conversion; unjust enrichment; fraud on the regulator.
In reading through this document, it would appear to be a “How To Manual” for the opening and ongoing management of a laundromat.
Yet given what appears to be a preponderance of material supporting criminal charges, the question remains, why didn’t anybody from within JP Morgan blow the whistle long, loud, and unceasingly in order to expose the Madoff scam.
The former Soviet republic of Kyrgyzstan has approved a deal to sell the country’s debt-ridden natural gas monopoly to Russia’s state energy company Gazprom for $1.
The decision, backed by 78 deputies in the 120-seat parliament, hands Moscow control over a strategic asset in the Central Asian state in exchange for a guaranteed supply of fuel.
Under the agreement, Gazprom will gain control over pipelines, gas distribution stations and underground storage facilities owned by Kyrgyzgaz.
Gazprom has committed to invest 20 billion rubles ($610 million) in modernizing the Kyrgyz company’s infrastructure over the next five years.
It will also take over more than $40 million in debt. Kyrgzystan has suffered increasing difficulties in maintaining gas supplies because of rising debts to neighboring Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan
Folks, this is HUGE for both Gazprom, and for Russia.
Gazprom has very seasoned leadership, which can make this deal work at a profit, and I would imagine that this will happen relatively quickly.
On Tuesday, Obama thanked them for doing so. He asked for swift congressional action “so (he) can sign it into law and our economy can continue growing and creating jobs without more Washington headwinds.”
He’s mindless of the harm it causes. Throughout his tenure, he’s waged war on social justice.
He wants America’s resources earmarked for militarism, homeland repression, and generous corporate handouts.
Monied interests benefit enormously. Ordinary people are systematically denied. Budget terms hit them harder. More on that below.
Obama called Tuesday’s agreement “a good first step.” He lied saying it’ll grow the economy and strengthen the middle class.
He wrecked both throughout his tenure. He wants ordinary people hit harder going forward. He wants them increasingly on their own out of luck.
The Obama administration has nominated a top level globalist to act as vice chair of the Federal Reserve, the private banking cartel masquerading as a federal agency. If selected, he will replace Janet Yellen, Obama‘s nominee to run the Fed.
“If we evaluate an organization’s performance by what it promised when it was created, the Federal Reserve has clearly failed the American people,” is how Murray Sabrin concludes this documentary on the first 100 years of the Fed’s reign. The sad truth, he details, is that “the USD has lost more than 95% of its purchasing power since the Fed was created and the cost of living has skyrocketed since Nixon severed the last linkage between the USD and gold in 1971.” In short, the revolution of 1913 shifted power from individuals, communities and states to the federal government and its powerful allies in the private sector.
The people of this country cannot be truly prosperous until and unless the Federal Reserve is completely abolished.
And the question thinking Americans need to ask is, why, when the US government is Constitutionally enabled to print its own money, does it borrow money from a private central bank at interest, when it is not obligated to do so?
If you keep hearing about the TPP and really only have a general idea of what this is, there is a good reason for that. The negotiations have been kept a closely guarded secret, and those participating don’t want you to know what it is until it’s too late to change it.
Read on for a TPP primer.
What is the TPP?
TPP stands for Trans-Pacific Partnership. The countries involved in this proposed partnership are the US, Japan, Australia, Peru, Malaysia, Vietnam, New Zealand, Chile, Singapore, Canada, Mexico, and Brunei Darussalam. It boils down to being a massive free trade agreement, which would eliminate tariffs on goods and services and harmonize various regulations between the partner countries. If the agreement goes through, it will affect more than 40% of the imports and exports of the United States.
Why are so many people against the TPP?
While TPP negotiators had hoped to finish off the negotiations in Singapore over the past few days, it appears that did not happen, though they claim to have made substantial progress and will meet again next month. From the reports of people there, the negotiators made sure that public interest groups were excluded from even the press briefing about the negotiations, which should tell you all you need to know about what the negotiators think of the public. But, in case you weren’t sure, the USTR, Michael Froman, has finally explained why the TPP negotiating positions must be kept secret.
Froman said if the text was public, people would misunderstand “negotiating positions.”
In other words, the USTR is not a fan of democracy.
The US government is a government of the corporations, by the corporations, and for the corporations; and if you don’t believe that, looking at this man’s statement, you had better think again.
This is simply an official finalization of the US govermemt’s move from a democratic republic to a corpratocracy.
Given the extreme measures the Obama Administration has gone to to keep the pending trade deal known as the TransPacific Partnership under wraps, it’s hard to be certain where things stand. Public Citizen has been relentless in publicizing leaks in combination with detailed analysis that show that this pact is not about trade, but about setting up a pro-corporate regime that would strengthen intellectual property laws (including drug patents) while allowing for “investor” panels to impose fines on governments for environmental, labor, and financial regulations that might dent their profits. Weaker versions of this sort of provision has led to a claim against Australia by Philip Morris for plain cigarette packaging and one against Quebec for imposing a moratorium on fracking. Each sought multi hundred million dollar damages. So images what a Brave New World with even more opportunities for investors to challenge national laws would look like.
Obama’s faux populism has always been a lie; at the end of the day, this man is utterly owned the corporations which have funded his election cycles.
BOE Says U.S. “Could Do Today” And U.S Authorities Doing Simulation Exercises.
The U.S. already has in place plans for bail-ins in the event of banks failing. Indeed, the U.S. has conducted simulation exercises with the U.K. in recent weeks and will do so again in 2014.
On October 12, Art Murton, the FDIC official in charge of planning for resolutions, and the Bank of England’s Deputy Governor Paul Tucker, both confirmed that the U.S. system is ready to handle a big-bank collapse.
The Bank of England’s Tucker, who has worked with U.S. regulators on the cross-border hurdles to taking down an international firm said that “U.S. authorities could do it today — and I mean today.”
A Nobel prize-winning economist will on Thursday withdraw his support for the euro saying it has created a “lost generation” unemployed youngsters and should be broken up.
Sir Christopher Pissarides was once a key proponent of a single currency but will on Thursday accuse the euro of “dividing Europe” and say action is needed to “restore the euro’s credibility in international markets” and the “trust that Europe’s nations once had in each other”, according to the Daily Mail.
Speaking at the London School of Economics, where he teaches, Professor Pissarides will say: “The euro should either be dismantled in an orderly way or the leading members should do the necessary as fast as possible to make it growth and employment-friendly,.
British Gas blows £10,000 on Alton Towers jolly for staff to learn how to cope with customers angry over 9% price hike
Flush British Gas bosses have splurged £10,000 on a festive Alton Towers ‘jolly’ for staff in charge of cutting off customers who cannot afford to pay their bills.
Warrant officers – who can break into homes to shut off the power – were sent to the Staffordshire theme park to learn how to cope with irate customers after the energy giant’s 9.2 per cent price hike.
Customers who ordered a £20 computer game only to be sent a £170 PlayStation console by mistake have received a second, less welcome surprise – an email threatening them with legal action.
The customers had pre-ordered a £19.99 copy of the game Tearaway from online retailer Zavvi, but instead received the game in a bundle with a brand new PlayStation Vita console, which sells for £169.99.
Now Zavvi has written to demand that they return the devices or face legal action.
POSTED FOR THOSE WHO SAY I ONLY PICK ON THE AUSTRALIAN LIBERALS! OBAMA IS A DEMOCRAT PRESIDENT. THE DEMOCRATS ARE THE SISTER PARTY OF THE AUSTRALIAN LABOR PARTY.
The European Parliament has stressed the need for the EU to support the involvement of international financial institutions with a view to providing financial assistance to help Ukraine implement reforms connected with the signing of the Association Agreement.
Lament of the Plutocrats
Certainly, Clinton offered the money men—and, yes, they are mostly men—at Goldman’s HQ a bit of a morale boost. “It was like, ‘Here’s someone who doesn’t want to vilify us but wants to get business back in the game,’” said an attendee. “Like, maybe here’s someone who can lead us out of the wilderness.”
Clinton’s remarks were hardly a sweeping absolution for the sins of Wall Street, whose leaders she courted assiduously for financial support over a decade, as a senator and a presidential candidate in 2008. But they did register as a repudiation of some of the angry anti-Wall Street rhetoric emanating from liberals rallying behind the likes of Sens. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) and Sherrod Brown (D-Ohio). And perhaps even more than that, Clinton’s presence offered a glimpse to a future in which Wall Street might repair its frayed political relationships.
Froman’s comments masked the fact that the ministerial talks failed to reach the initial goal of reaching a substantive agreement by the end of this year. Indeed, the participants were unable to even reach a partial accomplishment, and only agreed to meet again next month for more talks. The possibility of the talks stalling remains.
A key factor behind this outcome was the discord in negotiations between the United States and Japan. The United States stuck rigidly to its demand for a high level of free trade, without giving consideration to each nation’s internal conditions. It did not compromise on any concession proposals until the end of the talks.