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The Dead Bankers and the ATS Cheering Section

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posted on Feb, 17 2014 @ 05:19 PM
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If snowden had been a banker and instead of getting his thrills by turning on his own, had got the guilts and jumped.. people would applaud his suicide.

Maybe they just see the inherent crappiness of their work and cant take it?

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posted on Feb, 17 2014 @ 05:22 PM
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beezzer
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So how much money did they steal from you?

Got a police report?


I have a financial report, that shows where I lost over $50,000, and then we gave them money for doing it, your not even making sense here man!



posted on Feb, 17 2014 @ 05:24 PM
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I have to go to the store and worry about dinner and some housework as I just got home from work, so right this second I am going to make it quick.

Everyone has a complaint about the bailouts etc, yet they are placing blame in the wrong place.

Its the politics of t his country that needs changed again. Since when does a government support business that don't have the wherewithal to operate?

Back in the 60's people were protesting and everything, and changes were made because of it. Now, all anyone wants to do is to moan and commit murder. Its ridiculous! If you don't like the current political climate, then start letter writing campaigns, protesting even if it means jail time and time again, protesting even if it means death! Until the correct changes are made.

there are over 300 million people in the United States, if even half went to washington to protest... changes would be made the VERY NEXT DAY!

If people are mad... they can do something! But what to do has nothing to do with murder!



posted on Feb, 17 2014 @ 05:28 PM
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You all might want to do some more investigation on this issue.

It's starting to look a lot like the number of 'suicides' and suspicious deaths is more like 20, and that they're being silenced by higher ups, possibly because they were considering turning state's evidence or were inspired by Snowden to become whistleblowers. Given that TRILLIONS are at stake, hiring hitmen would be a simple and economical task. There's a reason these people don't go to jail; they can easily hire the destruction of evidence and the removal of anyone attempting to bring them to justice.

It's all tied in with the reports of a Chinese credit default now only two weeks away, and the strange fire down in Argentina's Iron Mountain facility that burned thousands of bank records... add in that it is now being said out loud by people who should know (including Paul Craig Roberts, Asst Secretary to the Treasury under Reagan and others) that there is no gold left in Fort Knox or the Federal Reserve Vaults in NYC and you have a great big


Something very, very big is going down and these dead guys bought someone some time.



posted on Feb, 17 2014 @ 05:30 PM
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Can you get a list? All I know of are 6...

even 6 is a huge something... they are no longer suicides in my mind, and a cover-up is at hand... but 20?

This is serious... and all people can do is say yea...



posted on Feb, 17 2014 @ 05:34 PM
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OpinionatedB
reply to post by beezzer
 


I have to go to the store and worry about dinner and some housework as I just got home from work, so right this second I am going to make it quick.

Everyone has a complaint about the bailouts etc, yet they are placing blame in the wrong place.

Its the politics of t his country that needs changed again. Since when does a government support business that don't have the wherewithal to operate?

Back in the 60's people were protesting and everything, and changes were made because of it. Now, all anyone wants to do is to moan and commit murder. Its ridiculous! If you don't like the current political climate, then start letter writing campaigns, protesting even if it means jail time and time again, protesting even if it means death! Until the correct changes are made.

there are over 300 million people in the United States, if even half went to washington to protest... changes would be made the VERY NEXT DAY!

If people are mad... they can do something! But what to do has nothing to do with murder!



Yes because I should die or spend my entire life in jail while the bankers are still raping others.......that is the dumbest comment of the week on ATS.

If anyone should die it is the perpetrator of the offense, not the victim, your logic is lacking in well...logic.

If a man tries to steal my car I can shoot him dead no problems, if a man does steal my entire retirement fund I should die or face jail multiple times trying to protest this?..........your world view is idiotic at best.

If they had come and tried to take the same amount of physical goods from people in everyday life they would have all been shot dead.

Because they did it behind everyones backs through the banks and the stock market, though the price is no different, it is now ok?

Yes you have no sense at all and make no points worth commenting on further. Thank you wasting everyones time, we are now dumber for having participated in your worthless debate.

Good day



posted on Feb, 17 2014 @ 05:36 PM
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reply to post by oblvion
 


I lost @9K when the collapse happened in 08.

My fault. I didn't diversify. I didn't buy gold (much) at the time.

Governments waste trillions and they are given a pass.
Bankers get bailed out (I didn't agree with that) and they are given a pass.

I just want to see the same passion and anger towards those in government that have allowed this to happen.

I'm also afraid that this attitude is going to get ugly and that anyone, no matter who they work for or what they do; will get attacked for being successful.



posted on Feb, 17 2014 @ 05:52 PM
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Hell you only lost that much? My daughter lost 75,000 of her trust fund at the time. I know many who lost more than her.

If people don't have the ability to take the chance, the stock market is not the place for them! Point blank. Its ALWAYS been a risk, just ask your grandparents who lived through the great depression... I was raised hearing ALL about the great depression... you learn from the mistakes of others. If you cant do that... your lost...



posted on Feb, 17 2014 @ 05:55 PM
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Have you seen what happens to protesters now a days? You can't just go protest where ever you want anymore.
Why don't you go protest everyone not doing anything and blaming the wrong people? If that is how you feel things should get changed then go do it



posted on Feb, 17 2014 @ 05:57 PM
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Don't forget Kent State. EVER.

If your not willing to die or go to jail for your beliefs, you don't really have them.



posted on Feb, 17 2014 @ 05:58 PM
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jude11
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There are now 6 dead bankers, and I am utterly and completely shocked that some people on ATS are actually cheering these mens' deaths.


Bankers and Wall Street cheer our deaths every Day. In our own Countries and many others World Wide where they gain from less resistance. They Drink champagne from rooftops and laugh at those less fortunate.

Excuse while I Don't shed a tear but I live with one principle..."Poke the Bull...Get the horn."

Personally...6 is only the beginning and not enough to repay.

Peace



edit on 17-2-2014 by jude11 because: (no reason given)
Here, here. I second that emotion, Jude.



posted on Feb, 17 2014 @ 05:59 PM
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Still didn't answer my question...
If you feel that it brings change and change is what you are asking for and getting on us for not doing it then why are you not out doing it yourself?



posted on Feb, 17 2014 @ 06:02 PM
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beezzer
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I lost @9K when the collapse happened in 08.

My fault. I didn't diversify. I didn't buy gold (much) at the time.

Governments waste trillions and they are given a pass.
Bankers get bailed out (I didn't agree with that) and they are given a pass.

I just want to see the same passion and anger towards those in government that have allowed this to happen.

I'm also afraid that this attitude is going to get ugly and that anyone, no matter who they work for or what they do; will get attacked for being successful.


I have never once in all my days had anything bad to say about success, when it is warranted.

There are many that deserve all they have, in some cases even more, though they will likely not see it.

I have a problem when "success" is measured in how many corpses and destroyed lives one has in their wake.

Not one of the bankers I have read about got to his position without many destroyed lives in their wake, it is an old saying, you live by the sword you die by the sword.

When your "success" comes at the expense of many others lives, one or two of them are going to ruin your life in return, either through finance or physically.

If I had worked for 50 years and lost $500,000 to these swine, I would also spend the rest of my days "reclaiming" my losses.

As it is, I worked for myself so had no retirement benefits for most of my youth, and was only 29 when the 08' collapse happened.

Now though at 35 I am looking a lot closer at my retirement and can clearly see what anyone that had their entire $1,000,000 retirement wiped out would see.

"ok fine, you wanna ruin my life, and millions of others lives for nothing? We will see how you like it!!"

There is always push back, opposite and equal reaction, in every case, every time.

You cant honestly expect these pigs to steal all this money from the common man, and then get rewarded for it, and not expect at least this much to happen.

Honestly I am suprised that it was this long in the coming, and this little that happened.

I actually expected torches and pitch forks years ago.


This didnt happen, because the people expected those responsible to face justice, it is obvious at this point not one single person responsible will ever face any actual justice, so people are taking justice.

This is what happens in a broken system, where some can take all they want from everyone with no recourse. The people will begin to met out justice the old fashioned way at some point.

If I steal everything you own, and 6 years later not one charge has been filed, your going to start to think about how justice is supposed to work, and how you can get it yourself.

The system is completely broken at this point, those at the top take what they want, when they want, and nothing ever happens to them. The president defies the constitution and makes laws by fiat, like he is a king. The justice department creates a gun problem so they can justify taking guns to fix the problem they created in the first place.

THERE WILL BE A LOT MORE KILLINGS BEFORE IT IS FINALLY OVER, these are the death throes of a society that no longer functions.

This is the burning of Rome Beez, and trying to protect those responsible for creating this firestorm wont do anything to put it out.



posted on Feb, 17 2014 @ 06:02 PM
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Klassified
I'm sorry to disappoint you OP. I don't have one bit of sympathy for these creatures who pass themselves off as human. They are not. And saying they were just doing their job like the rest of us, is like saying the Nazi's at the death camps were just doing theirs. These creatures are traitors to their countries, and to their species. I shall not shed one tear, or observe one moment of silence for them. Too bad I don't believe in hell. My only solace is that I know they can no longer harm anyone where they are now.

ETA: Whoever is killing these people is not some nobody vigilante. No average schmuck gets close enough to 6 bankers to kill them all. This is the work of those above them. They police their own. imho.
edit on 2/17/2014 by Klassified because: eta
Klassified, you nailed it man. You posted EXACTLY what I was thinking.



posted on Feb, 17 2014 @ 06:03 PM
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First: It takes more than 1. 1 person standing up does nothing. It takes many.

What you DONT see me doing is praising the murder of people....

Am I happy with the way things are? Hell no. Do I believe I alone can do much? nah... I have tried that route, when no one is willing to follow it is meaningless... and from what I see from people such as yourself, is that you aren't willing to take any risk to get this country back.

So long as people like you are unwilling to take any risk whatsoever, then people like me don't stand a chance. But what you will NEVER see people like me doing is placing blame on the wrong shoulders. It is OUR fault and nothing will change until WE decide as a nation to stand up and change it.



posted on Feb, 17 2014 @ 06:13 PM
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OpinionatedB
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First: It takes more than 1. 1 person standing up does nothing. It takes many.

What you DONT see me doing is praising the murder of people....

Am I happy with the way things are? Hell no. Do I believe I alone can do much? nah... I have tried that route, when no one is willing to follow it is meaningless... and from what I see from people such as yourself, is that you aren't willing to take any risk to get this country back.

So long as people like you are unwilling to take any risk whatsoever, then people like me don't stand a chance. But what you will NEVER see people like me doing is placing blame on the wrong shoulders. It is OUR fault and nothing will change until WE decide as a nation to stand up and change it.



I understand it takes many, and as you can see many don't appreciate you calling them out and saying it is their fault because some high powered men have rigged the system. Occupy wallstreet, what do you think all that was about? Were you part of that? They have many and unfortunately not been able to make a drastic change. All of those people were willing to take a risk so don't you say there is no one willing
So are you mad about the people praising the deaths? Or are you mad about people not changing the rigged system that those that are dying are a part of?

www.abovetopsecret.com...
This is why people are not able to feel much remorse for these men.
Our anger won't let us cry for a stranger

This is NOT my fault, nor is it the "people like me". You don't know what I have/ have not done, I voted for NONE of the people that authorized the bail outs and revoked the laws that prevented it from happening again. How am I the one to blame?

edit on thMon, 17 Feb 2014 18:16:51 -0600America/Chicago220145180 by Sremmos80 because: (no reason given)



posted on Feb, 17 2014 @ 06:14 PM
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Look, playing the stock market has ALWAYS been the same as playing craps.

Do you kill the owner of the casino when you loose all your money at the dice table? NO. Your STUPID if you play with what you CANNOT afford to loose.

Wall Street is the same as playing craps, and we have known this since the great depression! Hell, there are books out CALLING playing the stock market "Wall Street Craps" www.amazon.com...

So, who is stupid? The casino owner? Or the gambler who played with his life over dice?

To me, its the gambler...



posted on Feb, 17 2014 @ 06:18 PM
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beezzer
SnF!

This is what should be expected anymore.

Death to the wealthy!
Death to the rich!
Death to the successful!

A sad day, indeed.


Death to the successful? I don't think anyone on ATS would wish that, but to liars, thieves and corrupt officials, quite possibly. Not saying it's "right" but certainly understandable. Would you say Donald Trump, Bill Gates or other high profile figures are "successful"? I personally, would not. This is of course just an opinion but success is not the same as wealth accumulation imho. Being the change I want to see would not involve me hoarding hundreds of millions of billions of dollars for myself but I guess we all have different ideas about what success is, may or may not be.


I doubt anyone on ATS is harbouring plans to murder bankers or anyone else for that matter but as the gap widens is it not logical to look at who is on the other side of the gap and wonder why the gap is increasin exponentially despite all "our" (working class/middle class/lower upper class?) best efforts in these times of austerity, uncertainty, fear and loathing?

I for one, welcome our new financial oligarch overlords...



posted on Feb, 17 2014 @ 06:27 PM
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Sremmos80

OpinionatedB
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First: It takes more than 1. 1 person standing up does nothing. It takes many.

What you DONT see me doing is praising the murder of people....

Am I happy with the way things are? Hell no. Do I believe I alone can do much? nah... I have tried that route, when no one is willing to follow it is meaningless... and from what I see from people such as yourself, is that you aren't willing to take any risk to get this country back.

So long as people like you are unwilling to take any risk whatsoever, then people like me don't stand a chance. But what you will NEVER see people like me doing is placing blame on the wrong shoulders. It is OUR fault and nothing will change until WE decide as a nation to stand up and change it.



I understand it takes many, and as you can see many don't appreciate you calling them out and saying it is their fault because some high powered men have rigged the system. Occupy wallstreet, what do you think all that was about? Were you part of that? They have many and unfortunately not been able to make a drastic change. All of those people were willing to take a risk so don't you say there is no one willing
So are you mad about the people praising the deaths? Or are you mad about people not changing the rigged system that those that are dying are a part of?

www.abovetopsecret.com...
This is why people are not able to feel much remorse for these men.
Our anger won't let us cry for a stranger

This is NOT my fault, nor is it the "people like me". You don't know what I have/ have not done, I voted for NONE of the people that authorized the bail outs and revoked the laws that prevented it from happening again. How am I the one to blame?

edit on thMon, 17 Feb 2014 18:16:51 -0600America/Chicago220145180 by Sremmos80 because: (no reason given)


Was I a part of Occupy, no... for two reasons. One of them is my daughter was dying and I needed to be there for her.

Do I write letters? Yes, I practically have form letters now for each and every person in the house and senate, all I have to do is change the main body.

Have I physically been to protests? Yes. I have.

Have I been there rallying and trying to get more people involved? Yes, I have.

Do I blame myself in part for the state of this nation? YES... I do.

The RANT is about people cheering murder without trial. This absolutely makes me angry because its wrong, and its evil.

Does that mean that I agree with the bail-outs? NOPE. Just means I think there needs to be a way that doesn't involve the endorsement of murder, by a person or persons we don't even know their motive.



posted on Feb, 17 2014 @ 06:29 PM
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It all comes down to "who cares."

Who cares what someone has.

I don't care that many here on ATS are younger and wealthier than myself.

I applaud that!

I spent most of my adult life in the military. I didn't "bank" much. At all.

But through the training and education and my own motivation, I'm in a civilian position that does pay well.

Should I now be punished because I worked my ass off to get where I am?

Reasonable people will say, "Of course not!".

But when the torches and pitchforks come calling, they aren't going to be looking at individual achievement.

They'll be looking for anyone "who has more".
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