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Wachovia, Bank of America into huge drug money laundering scheme....

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posted on Jul, 22 2010 @ 02:11 PM
reply to post by Desolate Cancer

I am sure you will feel the same way when said banks take everything you, your family and friends have got, seize any propery you or they may own, and put you out on the streets homeless and the bankrupt state, who have handed all the nation's money to said banksters, will say they can't afford to pay any social security.

I hope you will be happy then too and continue to applaud the banksters.
Most of all, after such depraved remakrs, don't complain when their crimes make your life a hell on earth too.

Your callousness and total lack of compassion and solidarity with the suffering of others, suffering caused by the criminal banksters and their stooges in government, will come back to haunt you one day. Then you will see things and these banksters for what they really are.

posted on Jul, 22 2010 @ 02:13 PM
Ive suspected this for a LONG LONG time, big corporate banks. shame on them. i wonder now, are those 2 banks going to be held accountable? or are they going to simply get a slap on the hand? franny n may,k the other 4 big banks got enormous tax payers bailout moneyk, and now, 2 of them dealing with drugs/narcotics. what a professional buisnesss image they are all shopwing the world. VERY unprofessional

This makes me think of a documentary i saw other night, about steroids being used in sports. Arnold schwarzennegar was amongst those usng steroids. Arnold said in a speec, if you obey the law, and do what yuor supopsed to do, yuo can go far in this country* thats not the truth, and you and 'they' know it. in order to get ahead you have to break the rules* its kinda olike working a job or 2, you will NEVER get ahead unless yuor your own boss and own the place at least. Or..yuo can hide drugs and money in big banks like Wachovia and watch yuor interest grow

posted on Jul, 22 2010 @ 02:15 PM
What they should be teaching students in buisness classes in colleges and the like, is how to make sucessful ponzi scheme* becuase in reality thats what its all about, sad but true...not how to delegate and hire people to work, which is what their suposed to be doing..thier hiring team players* in other words, those willing to go down with the ship when their cover is blown...that is corporate buisness american style*

posted on Jul, 22 2010 @ 02:18 PM
reply to post by CookieMonster09

Its all being funneled knowingly.

Right or wrong, moral or immoral, legal or illegal, it doesn't matter to the corporate elites. All that matters to them is money and power.

Being that a corporation can not be punished, and any attempt to punish a corporation only punishes the rank and file, those who hide behind the mask of the corporate entity are willing to commit any crime in the name of it being just good business.

They don't care how much blood is on the money, or how brutally the blood money was extracted, they only care about the numbers.

posted on Jul, 22 2010 @ 02:23 PM
reply to post by charlie0

There is no law. There is only lawlessness. There is just a system which functions to support and protect the criminals and suppress and control the slaves. Two sides of the same fascist, lawless system which people are duped into believing is a Justice System.


Justice System = Injustice System.
Law = lawlessness,
The people = the slaves,
National security = security for the criminals,
Banks = fraud and theft,
Big banks = massive fraud and theft,
President = Protector of the Criminals,
Congress Cartel to protect the Criminals,

etc, etc.

This is not sarcasm, this is fact, and it's how they work and use words as a smoke screen and an instrument to deceive.

Like many psychopaths, these people get some kind of perverse emotional high from telling people what they are doing, using symbols and code - and in this case doublespeak.

posted on Jul, 22 2010 @ 02:28 PM
reply to post by charlie0

Basically, they don't care anymore about being exposed, because they believe they have got things so sewn up not they cannot be touched.

Hence we are witnessing the Satanic revelry taking place right under our noses.

Pretty much everything they have is stolen from the people, literally.

posted on Jul, 22 2010 @ 02:39 PM

Originally posted by poet1b
reply to post by N.of norml

Stop spreading lies.

Government remains completely relevant, and when enough people wake up to the reality, and the power they have over government, they can use government as the tool to do the job the public wants government to do. The system works, which is why each new generation has obtained greater levels of freedom. Right now we may be losing ground, but the U.S. public will find another way to defeat the power mongers, as they have done generation after generation.

No, the drug war tactics have not been going on forever, it is a tactic developed in the sixties.

Dude I gave my opinion, I am NOT spreading lies. as for the balance of your post, I suggest you do some homework on how well all that "working with the system" has served folks over the last forty yrs.
And the drug war was unofficially begun in the late thirties.It just took thirty yrs for TPTB to have manipulated public opinion for Nixon to declare "War" on drugs and begin the erosion of rights it has caused.
Some holes in your thinking but we are here to deny ignorance, eh?

posted on Jul, 22 2010 @ 03:00 PM
Well, Wachovia isn't even around anymore. Wells Fargo has been left to clean up their mess. Wachovia is now a "Wells Fargo" company.

And, all in all, as far as banks go, Wells Fargo has a decent reputation. Wachovia used to be a good bank, until First Union took them over and kept the Wachovia name because First Union had such a bad reputation for sleaziness.

By deliberately and purposely targeting the Mexican wire transfer business -- hoping to capitalize on all of the funds being shipped by workers to Mexico, Wachovia recklessly disregarded the advice of the government to stay out of this line of banking business. So, yes, the managers that made those decisions, should be held accountable.

But, again, I ask you, if you are a teller at a bank, and Joe Mexico wants to wire funds from your branch in Phoenix to Aunt Louisa in Mexico City, is that a crime? What if he's really sending drug money? What if he's not? That's the dilemma banks face every day. Do we report this? Or do we turn a blind eye? Banks are obligated to report suspicious wire transfers, by the way.

But then, on this same forum, you will hear people whine and complain as to HOW intrusive the banks can be, how they act like "Big Brother" and all the rest. You can't have it both ways. You can't have banks turning a blind eye to criminality, and then complain about wire transfers to drug cartels. Alternatively, you can't have banks report suspicious behavior, and then label the banks as playing Big Brother and being all intrusive.

[edit on 22-7-2010 by CookieMonster09]

posted on Jul, 22 2010 @ 03:01 PM
reply to post by N.of norml

I think you are unwittingly spreading lies that you have been taught as the truth.

Don't buy into the nonsense that the people can't turn this around, and make the changes necessary.

Otherwise it seems that we are in agreement on the issue. Didn't mean it as personal.

I find it very frustrating that people have been fooled into believing there is nothing they can do, and that they can't influence government, when you would be surprised at how effective a letter to your congressional rep can be.


posted on Jul, 22 2010 @ 03:04 PM
Anyone ever visit Daniel Hopsickers site or read his articles? I've been reading there for several years and it's quite mind blowing stuff.

See below for a good read:

The links between the cartels, shady front companies both on and offshore, money transfers, political donations and associations is staggering. What's more, it's inconceivable that the mainstream press has missed all this for so long, that can only be by design and a deliberate "hands off" attitude.

Perhaps the media corporations too have benefitted from a bit of laundered money as investment capital?

Seriously, this has not been happening in the background unnoticed for so many years. It could only happen with the direct collusion of the federal agencies and the protection from the very highest echelons of power.

posted on Jul, 22 2010 @ 04:04 PM
I owe them like 300 bones or something, and I really dont think I should pay the pieces of crap back. I know my money will go to the drug dealers and cartel now. screw them

posted on Jul, 22 2010 @ 04:06 PM
I imagine laundering drug money is highly profitable.

Chances are pretty good that a great deal of the finance sector launders drug money regularly.

posted on Jul, 22 2010 @ 04:31 PM

Originally posted by N.of norml
This documents the ever growing irrelevance of government and the concept of the state governing individuals.
We are sliding into a feudal corpratocracy and the individual is only a unit of production/consumption.
It was learned through history that actually owning the slave was costly. So this system has been cultivated to make the slave not only pay it's own way but also pay for the right to pay their own way.
The irony struck me hardest when as a child I realized we GIVE healthcare to our food, yet charge the consumer of the food for the same and at a high premium.
I wonder what thinking person is the least shocked? Who among us has not pondered how all those billions in drug money is legitimized?
"hey senator X there is a convoy of armored cars delivering our agreed contribution"
It has ALWAYS been a dirty, unfair exploitation of power since we gathered into societies. That this is finally being broached should be suspect of another agenda entirely. One might suspect a feigned investigation and perhaps more of those funds going in other directions but business to remain the same.

Ya this problem is not going to be ultimately solved by any governing entity, but they as a tool for any agenda for profit or against profit of drugs will prove useful in some ways, so these systems are not all useless, but it is pretty much just a tool to get rich thats all, this is not new everybody from the dude on the street to aliens in alpha centauri know this. The first thing one should due is legalize drugs to displace the wealth aspect of it, it's not in humanity power to get rid of drugs or stay off them, so might as well control it better or let it control you and all those other kids into a early grave, just as those in power are doing they don't have the power to stop or create anything but because of there is a sucker born a minute they have a vested interest to keeping you stupid, uninformed, and a sheep, and most of them think they are doing you a service the fact stands they have found a gold mine not by there own making and are exploiting it for all they can, by way of the war on drugs or whatever you want to call it because it will change its names. This monopoly by beaurocracy's to this cash crop government, banks, alphabetical institutions are all bureaucracy were the money goes the people will follow, and lets be honest none of us are above this system called life on earth, and it is a monetery system the world will revolve around the lowest comon denominator that is known ie "money" forget gravity we havent evolved enough for that yet, in society's "money" is gravity and like any force out of human perspective and power, eventually it will crush you if you pass the event horizon ie laws meant to keep the systems most basic element in play its gravity/money. Yes this to was created by humans, the origin is the very thing keeping it in power, and that is that "people like there drugs" and are willing to put large amounts of cash out for it, and the profiteers will not tell you or teach you that most of this stuff one can make or grow at home, there is no money in that. If there is no market there is no one getting rich off it, banks, government and alphabetical's such as the cia are all just institutions revolving around there gravity/money the thing that keeps them tied to this world, what else would they do, what else was expected of them realistically "contact aliens", they can't event leave this basic reality of gravity keeping them in place much less all that other stuff, Mulder and Scully do.
And lets not forget the american dream drugs, sex, and rock and roll, and being the big shot like in those movies like the godfather and casino. You know people are always surprised when they I tell them I never watched the godfather movies only clips of them that would add up to about 20 min, they even don't believe me that I fell asleep during those movies because they were boring. Dam Hollywood needs to start making some good movies. Now im beginning to go off subject /end communication.

posted on Jul, 22 2010 @ 04:34 PM
Here we go with another game of "Ain't it Awful!"

Seriously, when psychopaths run the world what else do you expect?
Until we can readily identify and render them harmless, we're all screwed.

James 5:1-6, "Go to now, ye rich men, weep and howl for your miseries that
shall come upon you. Your riches are corrupted, and your garments are motheaten.

Your gold and silver is cankered; and the rust of them shall be a witness against
you, and shall eat your flesh as it were fire. Ye have heaped treasure together for
the last days. Behold, the hire of the labourers who have reaped down your fields,
which is of you kept back by fraud, crieth: and the cries of them which have reaped
are entered into the ears of the Lord of sabaoth. Ye have lived in pleasure on the
earth, and been wanton; ye have nourished your hearts, as in a day of slaughter.
Ye have condemned and killed the just; and he doth not resist you."

A Day of Reckoning is coming...

posted on Jul, 22 2010 @ 04:35 PM
Drug money laundering on top of laundering all sorts of other money obtained from illegal sources no doubt. Just like the federal government does when they spend that money from taxes on illegal immigrants. Money they "claim" not to be able to trace the source of. Our country's being run by the mob.

posted on Jul, 22 2010 @ 05:02 PM
reply to post by ziggy1706

They kinda do, if you can read between the lines. There is a reason I had an ethical crisis and left the business program for philosophy.

Its all there, they just leave it for you to put the pieces together on your own. If you do, and you have a character for whom that is acceptable, you go on to great wealth. If you do, and like me, have a character to which it is not acceptable, you go on to something else. If you dont put the pieces together, you end up a peon, in a mid level position out of which you will never rise, and you will just do what you are told.

Business school sorts people. Into those who can see the game, and want to play it, those who can see the game and dont want to play it, and those who cant see the game but will do anything they are told to do for a fee.

posted on Jul, 22 2010 @ 05:03 PM
Bank of America, who would have guessed! I wonder what the PTB would do if we all stood together, turned our backs on the BWO (Banking World Order) by quitting our jobs and going back to the tribal system and bartering. Wonder what kind of world we'd be left with, because without the work we do to make them money, they'd be up the creek, I'm just saying......

posted on Jul, 22 2010 @ 05:12 PM

Originally posted by poet1b

I find it very frustrating that people have been fooled into believing there is nothing they can do, and that they can't influence government, when you would be surprised at how effective a letter to your congressional rep can be.

You are right. The idea that the government is useless is propaganda. The big push is toward political apathy. They would not be pushing apathy if politics were meaningless altogether.

They do not want to have to take our government by force. This would expose them to us. And open the door to us eliminating them. They want to take the government by a slow process of erosion of rights, and our sovereignty. Then we have no one to blame but each other, which works very well for them.

What would also work very well for them is to incite us against our own government and have us start a rebellion. Which would give them the perfect opportunity to accelerate their time line and seize power forcefully in the guise of "protecting us" against domestic terrorists. A coup that would give them absolute power, a scapegoat, and popular support, at least initially, until they refused to relinquish control.

Using our system is the only viable means to take control. It can be done, it should be done. Legitimately. What this requires is concerted effort on the part of individuals to get third party candidates elected, asap. And begin dismantling the behind the scenes powers. I doubt they will go easily, and I suspect there will be a fight, but when and if they attempt a real coup, we need our military on our side, acting for our government and the people. Not against us.

My two cents.

posted on Jul, 22 2010 @ 06:24 PM
reply to post by stirling

What do you expect? Large drug dealers deal in millions not hundreds and they need that money to be laundered some way or another. Why people are surprised at these stories i'm not sure. How do you think they use their money? Do you think they have a vast pile somewhere, all pretty and shining?

No the drug dealers give a large sum to banks as a commission for their money to be cleaned and it shows once again that at the higher levels the banking system is nothing more than a corrupt organisation.

However the banking system is i believe necessary for a global economy. It does however need to be regulated, and like all businesses it's finances should be fully public. What annoys me a great deal is that a private business that is small must make records public but a banking institution can hide all sorts of things from the public and be protected by law.

Make them expose every record they have an corruption will be destroyed.

posted on Jul, 22 2010 @ 06:44 PM

Originally posted by stirling

Wachovia, Bank of America into huge drug money laundering scheme....

We are talking about a third of a TRILLION,(thats right 350,000,000,000 $ !!!!
This is on Wachovia alone....
A must read oif you are interested in corporate criminality, and how it effects us far more than we realise.
These two banks and others, are doing business with pretty reprehensible characters, and are guilty of such blatantly hypocritical actions it calls our entire banking practices into question....
What did these corporations ever do that they are allowed virtually free reign ?
(visit the link for the full news article)

I can't imagine that the CIA, branches of the federal govt and the largest banks in America comes as any surprise to any ATS members.

The drug racket has been controlled by the CIA and "legitimate" military industrial corporate entities since the viet nam war.

The whole reason the US is in afganistan is because the Taliban interupted the supply of opium and cut heroin profits.

What freaks me out is a far out website, even by ATS standards, purports to channel communications from aliens AND stated that the scab is being ripped off the criminal bankster racket.

They said don't be shocked by news that hundreds of billions of dollars are going to start suddenly "showing up" on the balance sheets of major banks.

If I knew how to copy links on my Blackberry, I would do it. What I am trying to say is that friendly "aliens" are working behind the scenes to finally brng justice to the sewer pit of corporate coruption currently ensconced in the USA.

Could any of it be true? Something is telling me 2012 is no BS. Something very good is happening.

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