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reply to post by Maluhia
Perhaps the level of conscience in the world is actually reaching a higher stage,.... as expected. Suddenly understand the nature of our actions could bring unbearable sense of guiltiness to the heart. Like Judas, bankers are.
If I was an investigative reporter, I wouldn't touch this story with a 40 ft. pole, unless I was looking to end up on the side of some milk carton... It's obvious now that something big is coming our way, many believe we will soon see round 2 of the 2008 financial crisis... It was only a matter of time for that next bubble to burst. I hope I am wrong, I would LOVE nothing more than to be wrong, but I think someone big is on the horizon... Stay safe everyone...
reply to post by Maluhia
First we had a rash of dead microbiologists, now it's bankers. Uh oh.
If you WANTED to off someone and make it look like a suicide/accident/or no clues to the perps being present, they used the three best different ways.
All propaganda for the masses.
Gold and Silver is actually hardly moving price wise, which means there is no rush on precious metals.
And Gold and Silver are next to worthless in a meltdown situation, because you can't eat them.
People keep talking about a global meltdown, one world currency, etc etc.....but the truth is we already have a one world currency and many people are just to ignorant to understand it.
We also have what is called manipulated meltdowns, to control the masses, again many don't have the capacity to understand, or see it.
TPTP are not going to send the entire world into a meltdown.
And here is the reason, they are able to extract people's sweat equity through loans, money deposited in banks, materials being made, sold, and resold, through their corporations.
Sending their herd into chaos and running for the hills leaves them in a dis-empowered state, so I highly doubt they will push it that far.
Two words to always remember. "Calculated Chaos" TPTB are experts at it.
Streak of bankers’ deaths
Dueker’s apparent suicide was the fourth among financial experts in a week.
A 58-year-old former senior executive at Deutsche Bank AG, William Broeksmit, was found dead on January 26 in his home after an apparent suicide in South Kensington in central London.
The next day, January 27, Tata Motors managing director Karl Slym, 51, was found dead on the fourth floor of the Shangri-La hotel in Bangkok. Police said he could have committed suicide. Mr. Slym was staying on a 22th floor with his wife, and was attending a board meeting in the Thai capital.
Another tragic incident occurred on January 28, when a 39-year-old Gabriel Magee, a JP Morgan employee, died after falling from the roof of its European headquarters in London.