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TinWiki: Banking

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posted on Jul, 13 2009 @ 01:55 PM
Controling global behaviour means controling the stock market.

Buy & Sell-through Program Conspiracy

  • The Buy & Sell-through Program has been created in 1999 that exploits a leak in the international banking regulations.
  • Only individuals who have over 1 billions USD to invest are approached by brokers working on behalf of the Program.
  • The individuals participating have all signed a non-disclosure agreement and advertise the program as spam to scare of small-time investors.
  • Anti-fraud organizations (including the FBI and CDI) facilitate the program by checking the background of new participants and compliance regulations.
  • The Program is constructed as a scheme of standard bankpaper transactions that will take money from third party investors and put it in the pockets of these individuals.
  • The leak is based on an intentional loophole in international banking regulations designed by the U.S. government to make the financing of the Marshall Plan possible and fund several wars.
  • The Program has not beenset up by any government but by individuals who were aware of the loophole.
  • The large transactions influence the worldwide economy. Just like a hedge fund can profit from influencing the stock market, this program does the same. By artificialy creating a minor economical crisis that is controled by the program, the program trades with advance knowledge of the stock market.
  • Banks who have cooperated with this Program include UBS and Credit Suisse.
  • Offshore banks are not subject to the loophole and they don't play a part in the transactions.
  • The program is run once a year.
  • The program lasts 40-weeks. During this period the participants earn 28 billion USD.
  • The program closely resembles the SATEL conspiracy.

posted on Jan, 4 2011 @ 02:34 PM
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Not to rain on this thread, but I cannot seem to find any supporting documentation on this subject. Anyone know anything about this, or where I could do reserch about this program?

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