The Economic Collapse Michael April 2nd, 2013
The Big Banks Are Recklessly Gambling With Our Money, And It Will Cause The Global Financial System To Collapse - Photo by Jamie AdamsHave you ever wondered how the big banks make such enormous mountains of money? Well, the truth is that much of it is made by gambling recklessly.
Steve Christ, Executive Editor pro.moneymappress.com
Is it possible that after years of paying taxes, American seniors may never receive the money they’ve paid in? That the money due to them will go to China, to pay off Chinese bondholders of American debt?
Moti Nissani Dissident Voice October 31st, 2012
On 10/25/2012 two corporate financial media bastions, MarketWatch (an affiliate of the Wall Street Journal) and CNBC, presented their readers with a bombshell. In a too-good-to-be-true lawsuit, the top echelons of the USA’s banking and civilian government had been sued for “racketeering and money laundering.”
David Dyer Osprey Flyer 16 October 2012
Goldman Sachs, The World’s Most Hated Bankers, led by CEO Lloyd Blankfein, the World’s Most Corrupt Banker, reversed the financial performance downtrend with a moderate rebound. Financial position has been stable, but capital continues questionable.
Denise Brailey BFCSA Home 12 October 2012 in Consumers Fight Back
Any loan over 60% (that's very one of them) had to have LM Insurance. You pay the over bloated premium - in case you need "hardship later on." The Insurers used their own SERVICEABILITY CALCULATORS to ensure affordability of the loan as a risk assessment for the insurers.
Beforitsnews.com October 10 2012
The man who forced the government of Iceland to resign and kicked out the IMF teaching meta-modern democracy throughout Europe. The rest of the world would bendfit from following the example set by Iceland: Arresting the corrupt bankers who are responsible for the current economic turmoil.
Miranda ScamBook.com September 27, 2012
A silent war is being waged between suspected Middle Eastern hackers and major US banks. In recent days, Wells Fargo, Bank of America, U.S. Bank, JP Morgan Chase and Citigroup have all been targeted by aggressive cyber attacks.