Surprising Links: How Big Banks Manipulate and Influence Your Health
Posted By: Wayne
Date: Sunday, 15-Jul-2012 11:58:40
Finally this info is becoming mainstream. When I see all the people who altruistically work their butts off making Morris Fishbien a billionaire and his AMA, and his cancer industries rich I cringe.
Cancer and a lot of other diseases plaguing us today and throughout history are man made and they’re ALL curable.
The developers don’t release a disease unless and until they can be cured.
The suppression of natural health treatments can be traced back to the corrupting influences of our private banking system, and the cancer- and drug industries are directly linked to the banking cartel
Prosperity can be restored, according to the Public Banking Institute, by instituting a system of publicly owned banks
How Big Banks Manipulate and Influence Your Health
How Your Bank Account Could Disappear
July 14, 2012
By Jeff Nielson
Bullion Bulls Canada
On the same morning we hear that ¼ of Wall Street executives think that fraud is a necessary part of “doing business” in the financial sector, we hear of a second “MF Global”. The U.S.’s so-called regulators are now reporting that somewhere around $220 million in customer funds is “missing” at a financial institution known as PFGBest; once again closing the barn door after all the cows have run off.
With at least one out of every four bankers at U.S. Big Banks (that’s how many admitted to being crooks in the survey) thinking that stealing is part of their job descriptions, it’s very important for people to realize how little protection there now is between these thieves and your bank accounts. Based on the writing of a number of other individuals with more expertise in these markets, it is apparently an inherently fraudulent banking process known as “rehypothecation” which is allowing the mass-plundering of accounts at U.S. financial institutions, with other Western financial regulatory authorities also rubber-stamping this relatively new form of bankster crime.
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July 9, 2012
Are the banksters attempting to eliminate their local, community-owned competition in the fractional-reserve banking system? Last October, Bank of America faced a backlash from angry customers when they attempted to raise fees. Droves of people left the bank (and others) to put their money in credit unions. Credit unions serve most Americans better than banks, because they generally offer lower interest loans, have fewer fees for membership than banks charge for their accounts, and offer better service. Here’s a story from October 2011:
More banks are hitting customers with fees, but there are ways to get around them.
Citibank announced increased fees for some of its checking accounts, and that they’ll be phasing out free checking accounts, and if you have an EZ checking account, you’ll need to keep $6,000 in your account or pay a fee of $15 a month.
And as you know last week Bank of America announced a $5 a month fee for using your debit card. Consumers are not happy and many of them are turning to credit unions.
Real Story Behind Negative Interest Rates: Banks Pushing Credit Unions Out of Business?
Ethical alternatives see applications soar in the wake of NatWest IT fiasco and Barclays rate-rigging scandal
‘Big five’ bank customers vent anger by taking their money elsewhere
Part 3 of Domain Name Games has now been published. Go to Domain Name Games on the Main Menu bar, and select Part 3.
Or click here:
The California Credit Union Domain Story Unfolds Into The Internet Void.
Once again a major Credit Union has failed to secure its name and all aspects of the name, suffering among other things, an invisible assault by the Internet Buccaneers. High weirdness as the trail of the Internet Buccaneers leads to the Hermit Kingdom.
The Internet Buccaneers Discover California Credit Union – Strange Connections Revealed – LATU Names Grabbed Up – More Names Go South and East – The Strange Case of the Reverse Hijacking – The View From the 16th Floor Must Be Exhilarating – The Four Clues – The Vanished Galleons of the Internet Buccaneers – Should Credit Unions Read The The Good Book?