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Originally posted by SimonPeter
reply to post by AussieDingus
Austrailia is more compliant to the government than we are . They were basically brought up under the Royals and Commoners system where you don't question the Royals , or at least thats my understanding . They trust their government to look out for them . They are way ahead of us in the NWO conversion . But we are just as apathetic as they are . And if we do not react we will be where they are .
Originally posted by snaz31
reply to post by 0zzymand0s
Well no, of course not, but what are you doing with a mortgage? You lent money from the crooks that you hate and want to destroy? Kinda doesn't make sense... Sell up and rent until you can afford to buy outright... Would be the more moral thing to do...
Originally posted by asher
reply to post by openlocks
No it's always been verifiable. It's just that when people try to point it out they get called crazy. The only reason you think this isn't crazy is be cause its the rolling stones. This information didn't just magically come to light and rolling stones happen to be the first ones to pick it up. People have been researching this for years.edit on 26-4-2013 by asher because: (no reason given)
Two of America's top law-enforcement officials, Attorney General Eric Holder and former Justice Department Criminal Division chief Lanny Breuer, confessed that it's dangerous to prosecute offending banks because they are simply too big. Making arrests, they say, might lead to "collateral consequences" in the economy.
The presence of Covington & Burling in the suit – representing, of all companies, Citigroup, the former employer of current Treasury Secretary Jack Lew – was particularly galling. Right as the Libor case was being dismissed, the firm had hired none other than Lanny Breuer, the same Lanny Breuer who, just a few months before, was the assistant attorney general who had balked at criminally prosecuting UBS over Libor because, he said, "Our goal here is not to destroy a major financial institution."