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Banks in the US Threatened

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posted on Oct, 23 2008 @ 06:32 PM

According to this article, there were banks and other institutions who were mailed envelopes with white powder and a letter saying basically that it is "payback" time for stealing people's money.

Wonder if this is the start of the fall?

What are your opinions?

posted on Oct, 23 2008 @ 06:34 PM
reply to post by mf_luder

I can write the same what I written to the similar thread regarding to the New York Times.

Actually the socialist mafia party of the Hungarian Government did the same "self-threatening" when they started to loose grounds and started to make themselves as the victims. They used the same white powder trick. These bankers are doing the same. They're sending these harmless letters to themselves. If someone would want to kill them, they wouldn't be alive already. That's a fact.

If any FBI or Fed guys are reading this, here is a hint. Start to search for the suspects between those ones whose are working at those corporations, especially between those ones whose were addressed. I give you 99% for that you'll find your suspect between them. They're intending to make the victims from themselves and want to gain the sympathy of the population with these sort of harmless self-threatening.

Mystery solved.

posted on Oct, 23 2008 @ 06:37 PM
Can someone say fake.
no coincidence the other guy involved in the white powder incidents dies just recently. Did anyone get any ideas from that I wonder?

White powder is a metaphor.

posted on Oct, 23 2008 @ 09:27 PM
I am also very suspicious of these letters... Let's watch and see how big a "splash" it makes in the MSM cesspool. If it is touted greatly, concentrated on, with fanfare and all... I would be VERY suspicious.

If it makes a single night story, it is likely some frustrated few pulling a hoax.

Hard to call yet...

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