posted on Apr, 9 2010 @ 06:52 AM
by Jim Kouri
America’s banking industry is aiding and abetting lawbreakers and there appears to be no one in Washington, D.C. interested in conducting an
investigation into this corruption.
While the mainstream news media are hard at work covering the Democrats striving to achieve their dream of taking control of Americans’ health care,
the Federal Reserve Bank continues working with the Mexican government to make it easier for illegal aliens to export US money to their homeland.
The Fed is currently devising several programs that will extend banking services to illegal aliens, and most of this money transfer scheme was created
under the radar with few — if any — political figures are discussing the subject.
One such program being utilized by illegal aliens from Mexico is a remittance program with the ultimate goal of bringing illegal Mexican aliens —
who send money home — into the mainstream of the US financial system, regardless of immigration status. In other words, The Federal Reserve Bank is
aiding lawbreakers in moving their cash around in the US and Mexico. This obviously includes the myriad alien gangs and more than 50,000 gang members
who are involved in narcotics trafficking, identity theft, homicides, and other criminal activity.
“Directo a Mexico,” the name of the program, enables US commercial banks to make money transfers for Mexican workers through the Federal
Reserve’s own automated clearinghouse, which is linked to Banco de Mexico, the Mexican central bank. Few Americans are aware of the connection
between the Fed and foreign banks and this program would be just another that exists in the shadow world of international banking.
To use the service, a Mexican need only possess a matricula consular, an ID issued by the Mexican consulate in most major US cities to those with
proof of Mexican birth or citizenship, or a picture ID card issued by the US or another foreign government. The idea is to make it “cheaper and
safer” for illegal workers to send funds to their relatives in Mexico.
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