Article: Another U.S Bank Bailout Under Cover of a Virus

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Another U.S Bank Bailout Under Cover of a Virus

Ellen Brown

Global Research, 19 May 2020

When the Dodd Frank Act was passed in 2010, President Obama triumphantly declared, “No more bailouts!” But what the Act actually said was that the next time the banks failed, they would be subject to “bail ins” – the funds of their creditors, including their large depositors, would be tapped to cover their bad loans.

Then bail-ins were tried in Europe. The results were disastrous.

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Article: In Money Laundering Cover Up Federal Reserve Withholds 133 Pages About BB&T Releases 1 Page

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In Money Laundering Cover Up Federal Reserve Withholds 133 Pages About BB&T Releases 1 Page

Matthew R. Lee

Inner City Press, 3 May 2019

When BB&T announced a $66 billion proposal to take over Suntrust Bank, which would close a still undisclosed number of branches and extend BB&T disparate lending patterns, many linked it to deregulatory moves in Washington. Then two days after Federal Reserve Governor Lael Brainard was asked by Inner City Press about the Fed’s lax review of previous mergers, including WSFS on which the Fed still hasn’t ruled on the bank’s withholding of information after rubber stamping the deal, the Fed announced public hearings. But the fix it seems it still in.

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Article: The Bare, Naked Truth About The Federal Reserve’s Socialist Agenda

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The Bare, Naked Truth About The Federal Reserve’s Socialist Agenda

Shah Gilani

Money Morning, 11 December 2012

The top line story, according to the FDIC’s latest Quarterly Banking Review, is that the majority of U.S. banks are in better shape today than they have been in years.

The untold story is that when the Federal Reserve is done transitioning the United States from capitalism to socialism, the few dozen banks that remain in America will all be profitable until they need bailing out again, but will never die and live on in infamy.

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Article: Offshore Banking: The Secret Threat to America (Dissent Magazine)

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Offshore Banking: The Secret Threat to America

Lucy Komisar

Dissent Magazine, Spring 2003

In November 1932, deputy Fabien Albertin took the floor of the National Assembly in Paris to denounce tax evasion by eminent French personalities-politicians, judges, industrialists, church dignitaries, and directors of newspapers-who were hiding their money in Switzerland.

“The minister of finance knows very well that for ten years, the concern of all his predecessors has been to track down this fraud . . . ” he declared. “However, till now, the information one has gotten has been extremely vague. When documents arrive, they are formless notebooks in which holders of accounts are represented only as numbers. Employees of the banks don’t know the names of account holders. These names are known only to the director of the bank, who the clients forbid to correspond with them, so anxious are they to preserve anonymity.”

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