Exposing what lies beneath the bodies of dead bankers and what lies ahead for us

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posted on Feb, 16 2014 @ 10:52 AM
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Would it surprise you to learn that the very banks that brought the United States to the brink of financial collapse in 2008, who looted the American public and continue to engage in what most perceive as criminal behavior in the financial venue not only have ties to the CIA, but are actually partnered with the CIA and NYPD surveillance of all of lower Manhattan?

The big banks—the very banks that have been the focus of fraud and corruption investigations have their own system of cameras, more than 2,000 in number, and operate them in tandem with NYPD surveillance cameras at a center that was funded with taxpayer money. Every square inch of lower Manhattan is under surveillance 24/7...

Exposing what lies beneath the bodies of dead bankers and what lies ahead for us

The JPMorgan-CIA-NYPD connection

Or, "why do we protest against the 1%" - because they feel, as Billionaire Tom Perkins does, that the rich deserve MORE votes than the poor, "...You pay a million dollars in taxes, you get a million votes. How's that?"

What is the "JPMorgan-CIA-NYPD connection?"


Perhaps one of the best kept secrets, at least from the majority of the American public, is the integration and overlap between the “too-big-to-fail-and-jail” banks and the most advanced system of surveillance in the U.S. Would it surprise you to learn that the very banks that brought the United States to the brink of financial collapse in 2008, who looted the American public and continue to engage in what most perceive as criminal behavior in the financial venue not only have ties to the CIA, but are actually partnered with the CIA and NYPD surveillance of all of lower Manhattan? That’s right, the big banks such as JPMorgan, Citigroup and others have their own desks and surveillance monitors at a facility known as the Lower Manhattan Security Coordination Center, located at 55 Broadway, deep in the center of New York’s financial district.

The big banks—the very banks that have been the focus of fraud and corruption investigations have their own system of cameras, more than 2,000 in number, and operate them in tandem with NYPD surveillance cameras at a center that was funded with taxpayer money. Every square inch of lower Manhattan is under surveillance 24/7, not just by NYPD, but by JP Morgan and other members of the so-called “one percent.” Carefully consider the implications of this pact.


The other day I was posting about how the NSA, and the current world-wide surveillance by the US Government was not really about stopping terrorism, it was a TOTAL INFORMATION AWARENESS system designed to benefit the 1%. It's there to force our total compliance with the whims of conservative billionaires that have hijacked this government through corruption and monied influence.


Please stop and consider this for a moment. The very banks and their top executives who have not only brought the U.S. to the brink of financial collapse and Martial Law, engaged or facilitated in various criminal actions that resulted in fines (but no jail time) for the perpetrators, are working hand-in-hand with the CIA. Not only that, they are working in tandem with the NYPD at their surveillance centers, watching and videotaping every move made by anyone—including potential whistleblowers within their vast purview. By the way, this is no ordinary surveillance or surveillance cameras. You won’t find these cameras on the shelves of your local spy shop. These cameras can focus on the footnotes of a book you might be reading, or the words written on a piece of paper being held by an unwitting person. They employ facial recognition and other advanced visual and data aggregation capabilities, and the extent of their technological abilities is increasing every day.


Does this relate to why the NYPD was so hyper-agressive in cracking down on Occupy Wall Street? The BIG BANKS now work side-by-side with the police and the feds in monitoring us 24/7. Will protesting against the "too big to fail (and jail)" banks soon be a thing of the past?


This is not some fanciful delusion. There is proof of this that exists. The New York Civil Liberties Union (NYCLU) has documented the increasingly extensive surveillance being conducted in lower Manhattan and throughout the city. They have verified that not only are our constitutional rights being violated every minute of every day, but the fruits of surveillance by police and corporate entities are shared between the police, the intelligence agencies and private financial institutions, without restraint on the distribution on such findings.


The groundwork for this state of affairs goes right back to Ronald Reagan, who laid the foundations for corporatism and "trickle-down" economics. 30 years of this has produced a culture of the extreme wealthy who control virtually everything.

TOTAL INFORMATION AWARENESS. Keeping the rich in power, and the poor in their place.
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posted on Feb, 16 2014 @ 11:07 AM
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You have no expectation of privacy especially in public.

Keep that in mind.

However this is interesting.

As for the dying bankers. Someone is tying up loose ends imo


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posted on Feb, 16 2014 @ 11:23 AM
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JP Morgan "donated" 4.6 million to the NYPD, as noted by OWS two years ago: Forum Post: JP Morgan chase bank donates 4.6 million to NYPD,coincidence?


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posted on Feb, 16 2014 @ 11:24 AM
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You yanks have got guns. why don't some of you get together and use the cctv cams as target practice? Same with those drone things, lock 'n' load and blow them out of the sky.

We Brits don't have guns, but kids round where I live have been blinding cctv cams with paintballs or disabling them altogether with BB's, and virtually all the cctv cams in my town are damaged/inoperable. New ones are smithereened just minutes after the damaged ones are replaced, so now the local authority doesn't bother replacing them.



posted on Feb, 16 2014 @ 11:25 AM
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We may never know just how extensive the surveillance on these "suicide victims" were - but 4 wealthy bankers all killing themselves off, just as the heat gets turned up on Wall Street is much too coincidental in my book. Reminds me a bit of the Tom Cruise character in "The Firm".



posted on Feb, 16 2014 @ 11:30 AM
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I wonder if all the high level killings have something to do with the Woman who killed 22 people because she was ordered to by a satanic cult.

Read more here:

themindfulpatriot.blogspot.com...



posted on Feb, 16 2014 @ 11:33 AM
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?how many gangs are operating in your hometown.


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posted on Feb, 16 2014 @ 11:39 AM
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You yanks have got guns. why don't some of you get together and use the cctv cams as target practice? Same with those drone things, lock 'n' load and blow them out of the sky.


Well it seems we only use our guns to shoot "thugs" for playing loud music or out buying skittles in the dark of night. (j/k)

In all honesty, what the wealthiest (like the Koch's) have done is marry their affluence and corporatism to the "down-home" conservatism of the lower middle class - so that any hint of a protest against bankers is seen as an attack on Patriotism, or the "job creators." They painted the Occupy Wall Street protests as an attack on Christianity, we're reminded every day how protesting the 1% is a "War on Christmas," or Patriotism, or the "Job Creators." (and so on...)

They've (the bankers) convinced those of a conservative mind-set to wage a war in their (the bankers) defense. We jail protestors, we jail whistleblowers. The bankers are hailed as heroes.

We have only 2 real politicians fighting at this moment to investigate the banks - Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders. And BOTH are being reviled and maligned in the media.


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posted on Feb, 16 2014 @ 11:46 AM
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You just had to put this off on "conservative" billionaires didn't you? Do you really think they are the only kind?



posted on Feb, 16 2014 @ 11:48 AM
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We have only 2 real politicians fighting at this moment to investigate the banks - Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders. And BOTH are being reviled and maligned in the media.

 


How are those 2 actually 'fighting' to investigate the banks?

Legislation proposals?

Senate investigations?

Or just general statements to further some kind of illusion?


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posted on Feb, 16 2014 @ 12:09 PM
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?how many gangs are operating in your hometown.

As far as I know? None.

Some of the 'cam shooters' are ordinary people with families who resent our tax money being spent on technology to spy on us but close down libraries and other community services. If our money bought the cams, then they are ours to destroy if we don't want them.

People are sick to the back teeth of not being listened to by authorities so now instead of being vocal or protesting, they are finding other ways to object and get what they want.
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posted on Feb, 16 2014 @ 12:16 PM
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Blackmarketeer
It's there to force our total compliance with the whims of conservative billionaires that have hijacked this government through corruption and monied influence.


Do you even have the ability to approach a topic in a non partisan way?

Guess who I think of when you mention nanny state cameras, billionaires, and hijacked government.



posted on Feb, 16 2014 @ 12:21 PM
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I can think of a lot of other ways to take out a street-level CCTV camera, rather than shooting it - I'm sure most people are reserved about shooting up a camera in a dense city out of concern for their fellow citizen. Maybe the next focus for protests is to take out those cameras. Problem is, the cameras are only a small percentage of the real surveillance taking place.



posted on Feb, 16 2014 @ 12:22 PM
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When the likes of the Koch's stop trying to influence government, then and only then will I lay off the "partisanship".



posted on Feb, 16 2014 @ 12:34 PM
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Cameras have been shot out in other cities and states. The problem with New York is that it has draconian gun laws comparable to Britain's. So New Yorkers really don't have access to guns.

By comparison, further out west, surveillance cameras get shot out and trashed all the time. In fact at one point, people in one state, at the encouragement of their senator, were shooting out traffic cams until the gov stopped replacing them. In Seattle, web cams were getting trashed a lot until they started hiding them better.



posted on Feb, 16 2014 @ 12:39 PM
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lernmore

Blackmarketeer
It's there to force our total compliance with the whims of conservative billionaires that have hijacked this government through corruption and monied influence.


Do you even have the ability to approach a topic in a non partisan way?

Guess who I think of when you mention nanny state cameras, billionaires, and hijacked government.


The only thing he got wrong was "conservative" because "liberals" are in on it too. Bloomberg ring a bell?

OWS was instigated by the ruling class. It was a set up. Same with the Tea Party. That shows what they think of you and your freedom.


You would have to be a brainwashed fool to vote for a Democrat or a Republican. Protest the vote until a working class citizen is in the running for POTUS (hahahaha notice how it never happened).
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posted on Feb, 16 2014 @ 12:40 PM
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The problem isn't the camera's per se, or who can shoot them out better, but why do we have the big Wall Street banks partnering with the CIA and NYPD to conduct surveillance in the first place?

Do you honestly believe that JP Morgan has any concern over street-level crime? Or are they using this system to maintain surveillance over their own executives - using the system they helped put in place to crack down on whistleblowers, etc.



posted on Feb, 16 2014 @ 12:45 PM
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Blackmarketeer
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The problem isn't the camera's per se, or who can shoot them out better, but why do we have the big Wall Street banks partnering with the CIA and NYPD to conduct surveillance in the first place?

Do you honestly believe that JP Morgan has any concern over street-level crime? Or are they using this system to maintain surveillance over their own executives - using the system they helped put in place to crack down on whistleblowers, etc.


Threats to the financial sector are a threat to national security. You can't get around that no matter how corrupt a rich guy is. If you are in the CIA, you have to work with what you have. Just because a blood works with a cartel doesn't mean they actually like each other.



posted on Feb, 16 2014 @ 12:57 PM
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The only thing he got wrong was "conservative" because "liberals" are in on it too. Bloomberg ring a bell?


Would the term "Plutocrats" make you feel better?

Conservative is different than "Conservative"



Making the concerns of the Plutocrats the concerns of the conservatives.
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