What do you know about the bank where you keep your money? Do you have a safety deposit box? Are the contents really safe?
Greed is the one viral pandemic that there isn't a vaccine for. The distractions that most have daily in life leave little time to know what is happening in the world other than the mainstream news that continues to omit news that concerns the future of your children.
Gerald Celente has called the World Banking fraud "The Crime of the Century" and it isn't making headline news. Christian leaders, judges and independent journalist continue the course to inform people about the money they believed they put in good hands.
Numbers were being rigged and admitted to, minorities discriminated against when applying for loans, safe deposit boxes drilled open without a cause.
Many of the crimes of world banks have been settled out of court so that most of the the world continues to be clueless of the fraud that continue. Money continues to be paid out in millions to settle cases and these stories of fraud quietly get buried behind a story for distraction.
For example, on July 3, 2012, US Bank, is one of the largest commercial banks in the country, agreed to pay $55 million to settle a lawsuit alleging the bank manipulated overdraft fees it charged its customers. No figure was given on how much money the bank made before they got caught.
Banking and brokerage industry regulators like Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) and Securities Investor Protection Corporation (SIPC) have proved to be virtually worthless in protecting "investors"' from banking and investment fraud. Why are hundreds of bankers quitting their jobs while others are getting arrested?
In 2004 "Confessions of an Economic Hit Man", by John Perkins claims that Third World countries are being colonized" by what Perkins describes as a cabal of multi-national banks and corporations.
Bankers finance both sides of wars to create more debt and control over countries. When you learn the real reason for the creation of the Federal Reserve, you may be shocked at the egregious fraud that is accepted as a norm of "doing business."
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