If you and me did this we’d be in jail for counterfeiting. This is done by privately owned banks outside of government regulation through a legal loophole. Nobody elected them to make money. The amount they created hasn’t just diluted the money supply but superseded it by a whopping 291 times.
Former leader Don Brash chairs the ICBC, and former Prime Minister Dame Jenny Shipley the CCB. Former Finance Minister Ruth Richardson is a director for the Bank of China’s New Zealand operation, and recently retired National minister Chris Tremain chairs the board. NZ News November 2013 Eight years later, federal investigators are looking for evidence […]
In what I can only describe as a classic case a classic case of psychological projection the ruling elite is trying to come down on what will inevitably be their downfall: The online untraceable peer-to-peer currency Bitcoin. It could so they say facilitate child porn,drugs and money laundering and they demand that bitcoiners fit within […]
My choices of news for today and per request I will add some more links to the NZ Connection to my list. Terror here, terror there, terror everywhere: U.S. Army Hones Anti-terror Strategy for Africa, in Kansas. CIA Operated Aerial Spraying Plane Carrying “Mutated” Virus Shot Down In China. Homeland Security Spends $80 Million On […]
Yesterday we celebrated one of the most powerful speeches in human history. The speech commonly known as the “I have a dream speech” was made by a black man. His name was Dr Martin Luther King. He was not perfect. In fact he was as fallible as anybody but he was a driven man too. […]
To Conspire comes from the Latin word Conspirare which in its essence means: to breath together. John Key knows a lot about breathing together. Every time he meets his mates in back rooms at breakfast or tea tables ( here, here and here) they breath together and funny stuff happens such as this and this […]
On Friday, the New York Times reported that banks are continuing to practice risky behavior as the economy “improves.” While the mainstream media has been quick to discuss the improving economy, not much conversation has been situated around whom exactly the economy is improving for and how millions of Americans still struggle financially. Just one […]
If you want to know what that means consider this: You and I don’t hold any Derivatives. the 0.2% does. We only know of $ 212 Trillion according to this article but calculations about the “shadow banking world” Derivatives(the off the books money supplies which I might add would get our asses in jail if […]
Hat-tip Alison Withers
Hat tip to Eddy from the Standard. Here is a link to a video made three days after the invasion of Dotcom’s house where John Key shows he knew full well Kim Dotcom was a resident.
From Washington’s blog Two stories this week prove once again that the big banks are literally criminal enterprises. Initially, all of the big banks have engaged in Mafia-style “bid-rigging” of municipal bonds, to bilk money from every city in the nation … to the collective tune of tens billions of dollars. And Barclays and other […]
Update: read an excellent open letter in a comment on the Standard blog in response to John Key’s spoiled little tantrum! John Key is not happy and what’s more like a truly disconnected narcissistic psychopath he is more than happy to tell children who probably have no idea what he is talking about! Isn’t it […]
By Prof. Michael Hudson The inherently symbiotic relationship between banks and governments recently has been reversed. In medieval times, wealthy bankers lent to kings and princes as their major customers. But now it is the banks that are needy, relying on governments for funding – capped by the post-2008 bailouts to save them from going […]
‘Over the last year we’ve had hundreds of parents who want to leave their children with us. They know us and trust us.’ – Fr Antonios Papanikolaou While their government buys weapons and military equipment with the bail out money Greeks have to make heart rendering decisions about what to do with children they can’t […]
Here is where the gloves come off and they will play the race card in order to further divide this country while they sell our assets from under us. Hideous! An elated John Key and his equally ecstatic wife, Bronagh, revel in the joy of the National Party’s emphatic victory. Photo / Greg Bowker Prime […]
I would love to see this go to court! Two high profile politicians organise a publicity stunt in order to get one of them elected and they do so in an open public place with it seems plenty of ears on the space even after all journo’s are removed. According to this photo they are […]
You will judge them by their friends and this is the guy John Key had tea with to get him elected.
a couple of days ago I posted an article about the pending economic collapse explained in three easy steps. This article published on Zero Hedge blog is eminently readable and covers the economic collapse with a bit more detail but the premiss is the same. Banks took on risk and hedged it back to zero […]
Why did BofA try to off load its massive Derivatives crap on the US people? Because they know that Europe is finished and that if Europe goes they go. Will it help them? No not really, because there is no wealth left on Main street USA. No jobs because they are all outsourced to China […]
You know that the 12 Federal Reserve Banks are owned by private banksters. And you’ve heard of the Bank of International Settlements (BIS), which is the “Central Banks’ Central Bank”. But you probably don’t know who owns BIS or how it is regulated. Spiegel provided the answer last month: The BIS is a closed organization […]
How does that sit with you. What if it said the world is not the world the banks are the world? what if Bollard said,” New Zealanders are not the country. The banks are. ” trust me ladies and gentlemen that is exactly what John Key, Alan Bollard and Don Brash are saying. How does […]
John Key anyone? In an article in The San Francisco Chronicle in December 2007, attorney Sean Olender suggested that the real reason for the subprime bailout schemes being proposed by the U.S. Treasury Department was not to keep strapped borrowers in their homes so much as to stave off a spate of lawsuits against the […]