Dead Bankers Hold the Key to the Coming Civil War

05 Feb, 2015 by Dave Hodges

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Last year, 48 prominent bankers died in the most interesting case of coincidental deaths or one of the most daring plots against the elite in modern history. In THEmost amazing of these assassinations, 57-year-old Richard Talley was found “ with 8 nail gun wounds to his torso and head” in his own garage. How could any human being accomplish doing this to themselves? This scenario has repeated itself 48 times in the past year.

This article explores the various theories on who is to blame for dead bankers.

Are Bankers Killing Bankers to Prevent Prosecution?

Wall Street has been transformed into history’s biggest Mafia-type casino in the history of the world. The megabanks have become more reckless than ever, and trillions of dollars are at stake and corners have been cut and laws have been broken in order to maximize profits. One prominent theory on who is killing the bankers, centers on the elite level bankers, who are killing their underlings. Why? Because these banker minions could turn state’s evidence in exchange for immunity from prosecution at some future date. According to some, in the final analysis, there is really not that much difference between how organized crime operates operate and how Wall Street carries out its business.

Those that believe that the bankers are killing their own to prevent future prosecutions, make a great deal of sense. However, they would be wrong! The bankers, who have effectively hijacked our government do not need protection from the very government in which they control virtually every aspect of power.

The bankers have, time and time again, committed egregious offenses against the American people and nobody goes to mail. Dyncorps and Wells Fargo Wachovia have been busted for child sex trafficking, paid a $400 million dollar fine, but nobody went to jail. MF Global stole over a billion dollars in secured investor accounts and nobody went to jail. The bail-outs were necessitated because Wall Street participated in the illegal ponzi scheme called “credit-swap derivatives”, and nobody went to jail. The MERS mortgage fraud has cheated millions out of maintaining ownership of their homes, hundreds of district attorneys are aware of this fact, and nobody has gone to jail. Goldman Sachs shorted stocks related to the airlines just prior to 9/11. They did the same with the Gulf Oil Explosion. And most recently, the thieves from Goldman Sachs shorted the price of gold and caused a massive dump of gold in April of 2013, just prior to the elite grabbing as much gold as they could as a hedge against the coming economic collapse. Also, don’t forget that for over a 100 years, the Federal Reserve has created counterfeit money out of thin air through fractional reserve banking and nobody has even been charged for an offense that would send the average American to prison for 20 years. The bankers are not killing each other to prevent prosecution from a system that they already control.

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CRITICAL ALERT: Prepare Now For A Full On Global Economic Collapse. By Gregory Mannarino

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CONSUMPTION CRASHES IN DECEMBER

Posted on 2nd February 2015 by TheBurningPlatform.com

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Let the spin begin. The country has clearly entered recession, but the government bureaucrats, corrupt politicians, criminal Wall Street bankers, and their corporate media mouthpieces refuse to acknowledge the truth. They have too much wealth at stake to report the facts. They need to exit the markets before the muppets.

Consumer spending in December collapsed at the greatest rate in five years. Remember 2009? It wasn’t a great year for the economy.

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That always happens when the economy is growing at 4%. Right? That always happens when the unemployment rate has plunged to 5.6%. Right? That always happens when the weather was downright balmy compared to the Polar Vortex December last year. Right? That always happens when consumer confidence is supposedly at 7 year highs. Right?

I thought the massive savings from the collapse in gasoline prices was supposed to translate into huge spending gains and boost the economy to new heights. That was the MSM storyline, and they are sticking to it.

Despite the absolutely dreadful data, the spin started immediately. They grasped onto the 0.3% increase in personal income as a straw of positivity. One problem. The increase wasn’t driven by people with jobs getting higher wages. And the increase was actually only 0.28%. The press release reveals the truth you won’t get from CNBC or any of the other corporate shill networks.

Personal Income and Outlays December 2014

Here are my observations, which you won’t hear elsewhere:

Personal income rose by $41 billion in December. Sounds impressive. I guess all those jobs are finally generating wages for the masses. Not quite. Wages only went up $7 billion. They increased by a staggering .09%. Goods-producing wages actually declined by 0.2% in December, driven by a drop in Manufacturing sector wages. Thank you strong dollar.

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So if personal income grew so strongly, but wages were in the toilet, where did all the growth come from? You guessed it. The government doled out $13 billion of your taxes to the 102 million non-working Americans and called it personal income. Isn’t that precious. They got almost double what working stiffs got in December. Time to go on the dole.
Another $13 billion was generated by something called Proprietors’ income with inventory valuation and capital consumption adjustments. WTF that means is anyone’s guess. It jumps around wildly from month to month and smells like another government model created figure used to mislead the sheep.
Senior citizens around the country will be thrilled to know they earned $3 billion less in interest income than last month, with the amount hitting a new post 2008 low. Kibble and Bits never tasted so good. At least the titans of Wall Street got an extra $4 billion of dividends. I’m sure they are sleeping well at night.
Not all spending collapsed in December. It seems spending on services rocketed up by $11 billion in one month. Obamacare is the gift that keeps on giving. I’m sure the $7 billion increase in wages that was used to pay for Obamacare premiums and copays are doing wonders for the economy.
The $50 billion collapse in spending on goods, led by autos, surely doesn’t portend recession. It surely doesn’t mean the debt fueled fake recovery is falling apart as the Federal Reserve QE heroine injections have been withdrawn.
Obama said the shadow of crisis had passed. He’s always truthful and accurate in his assessment. Right?

Shit is hitting the fan all over the world. I hope you are ready to withstand the shitstorm of the century.

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This Housing Chart Destroys The Arguments Of The Economic Optimists

By Michael Snyder, on February 1st, 2015

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Did you know that the rate of homeownership in the United States has fallen to a 20 year low? Did you know that it has been falling consistently for an entire decade? For the past couple of years, the economic optimists have been telling us that the economy has been getting better. Well, if the economy really has been getting better, why does the homeownership rate keep going down? Yes, the ultra-wealthy have received a temporary financial windfall thanks to the reckless money printing the Federal Reserve has been doing, but for most Americans economic conditions have not been improving. This is clearly demonstrated by the housing chart that I am about to share with you. If the economy really was healthy, more people would be getting good jobs and thus would be able to buy homes. But instead, the homeownership rate has continued to plummet throughout the entire “Obama recovery”. I think that this chart speaks for itself…

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Of course this homeownership collapse began well before Barack Obama entered the White House. Our economic problems are the result of decades of incredibly bad decisions. But anyone that believes that things have “turned around” for the middle class under Barack Obama is just being delusional.

If the U.S. economy truly was in “good shape”, the percentage of Americans that own homes would not be at a 20 year low…

The U.S. homeownership rate fell to the lowest in more than two decades in the fourth quarter as many would-be buyers stayed on the sidelines, giving the rental market a boost.

The share of Americans who own their homes was 64 percent in the fourth quarter, down from 64.4 percent in the previous three months, the Census Bureau said in a report. The rate was at the lowest since the second quarter of 1994, data compiled by Bloomberg show.

Rising prices and a tight supply of lower-end listings have put homes out of reach for some entry-level buyers, who also face strict mortgage standards. The share of U.S. homebuyers making their first purchase dropped in 2014 to the lowest level in almost three decades, the National Association of Realtors reported last week.

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