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Some crazy facts about bankers, politicians, and lawyers ...

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The text below is from an e-mail dated Thursday January 26th 2012 to Ban Ki-moon (Secretary-General of the United Nations), which was copied to -- among others -- a selection of senior politicians and lawyers from a few different counteries. The full text of the e-mail in question can be viewed at the following Internet location:
http://www.humanrightsireland.com/ UnitedNations /26January2012/Email.htm


"Trust in government in Ireland is rising while in Europe it is in decline, according to an annual survey of trust in institutions across the continent."


 Some crazy facts about bankers, and their grossly corrupt political and legal profession supporters ...
by W. Finnerty Thu Jan 26, 2012 18:00

"The scandal involves employees (of 5 major banks) signing names not their own, under titles they did not really have, attesting to the veracity of documents they had not really reviewed. Investigation reveals that it did not just happen occasionally but was an industry-wide practice, dating back to the late 1990s; and that it may have clouded the titles of millions of homes."

"The crazy facts are these: bankers now borrow from their customers and from taxpayers. They are effectively draining funds from household bank accounts, small businesses, corporations, government Treasuries and from e.g. the Federal Reserve. They do so by charging high rates of interest and fees; by demanding early repayment of loans; by illegally foreclosing on homeowners, and by appropriating, and then speculating with trillions of dollars of taxpayer-backed resources."

"Interestingly, countries with strong public sector banking systems largely escaped the 2008 credit crisis. These include the BRIC countries--Brazil, Russia, India, and China--which contain 40% of the global population and are today's fastest growing economies. They escaped because their public sector banks do not need to rely on repos and securitizations to back their loans. The banks are owned and operated by the ultimate guarantor--the government itself. The public sector banking model deserves further study."

The above excerpts (in this section) are from an Article dated January 26th, 2012 by Ellen Brown (United States Lawyer and Book Author).

The full text of her Article can be viewed at:
http:// globalresearch.ca /index.php?context=va&aid=28878


 Our "Goody Good" Government:

"It's interesting to note that, right on the heels of yesterday's --1.25bn bailout to the Anglo Irish Bank Bondholders (whoever they are?), which I believe was 100% unconstitutional (and consequently 100% unlawful), our child-like Government (Executive, Legislative, and Judicial) is getting top grades from their continental masters; and, appropriately enough (it also appears to me), that this piece of "good news" is being delivered by the very well-oiled and well-heeled "Establishment Media Engine" of The Irish Times."

From comment dated January 26th 2012 at:
http:// www.indymedia.ie /article/101168&comment_limit=0&condense_comments=false# comment287462


 "Derivatives: The $600 Trillion Time Bomb That's Set to Explode":

http://www.humanrightsireland.com/ Dail31TDs/Group1of2 /26January2012/Email.htm



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William Finnerty is back living in the Republic of Ireland at the present time, which is where he was born and where he grew up. His father was Irish (County Galway), and his mother American (New York City). He has worked mostly in the (more...)

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