| Financial fraud |
|Interest of||• Financial Crimes Enforcement Network|
• Wim Grommen
• David Guyatt
• Shima Keene
Financial fraud is widespread. It does not (usually) include actions which though they may be immoral, murderous and/or deceitful are legal.
The SEC is widely cited as a textbook example of the revolving door syndrome whereby the regulators and the regulated work together - on a level of individuals, it is not possible to separate the two populations.
Savings and Loan Fraud
- Full article: Savings and Loan Fraud
- Full article: Savings and Loan Fraud
The notion of a global international financial system which is fundamentally sound, subject only to a few bad actors is certainly questionable. In US, the cover-up of the Savings and Loan fraud is ongoing - as of 2019, although the article itself did talk about fraud, Wikipedia called the event not a "fraud" but a "crisis".
|"1973 Oil crisis"||A huge rise in the price of oil, very probably created by attendees of the 1973 Bilderberg.|
|1907 Panic||A calculated move to remove opposition to control of the US money system by the money trust.|
|1929 Wall Street Crash||A dramatic end to the "roaring twenties" - a huge wealth grab by the superrich|
|9-11||A complex and spectacular set of events in New York and Washington. The US government was quick to blame Al Qaeda, though no evidence of guilt was presented and there is much suspicion about what Al Qaeda really is. In the USA 9-11 assisted the Patriot Act's roll back of civil liberties, the stepping up of domestic surveillance and the financial advancement of the military industrial complex. Abroad 9-11 helped launched wars on Iraq and Afghanistan that had been planned long before.|
|9-11/Insider Trading||A mound of evidence points to insider trading. However, the 9/11 Commission decided not to investigate the matter and the SEC destroyed important records.|
|California Fires||An Extenstiv|
|Inslaw||The Inslaw affair was a complex financial/political fraud the full dimensions of which were never uncovered, but some of which were forced onto the official record.|
|Savings and loan fraud||"The largest theft in the history of the world", carried out in broad daylight, with legislative assistance. So many US politicians were directly or indirectly involved, that it was never properly exposed and efforts are ongoing to try to hide the fact that it was no mere accident.|
|Money laundering||“Beginning in the very earliest days of the war in Iraq, the New York Federal Reserve shipped billions of dollars in physical cash to Baghdad to pay for the reopening of the government and restoration of basic services.
The money was packed onto pallets inside a heavily guarded New York Federal Reserve compound in East Rutherford, New Jersey, trucked to Andrews Air Force Base outside of Washington, and flown by military aircraft to Baghdad International Airport.By one account, the New York Fed shipped about $40 billion in cash between 2003 and 2008. In just the first two years, the shipments included more than 281 million individual bills weighing a total of 363 tons. But soon after the money arrived in the chaos of war-torn Baghdad, the paper trail documenting who controlled it all began to go cold.”
|Eamon Javers||25 October 2011|
|Document:Collateral Damage 911||report||1 September 2010||E. P. Heidner||How 9/11 buried "the biggest financial crimes in history". An analysis of the highly complex web of US/UK covert operations and criminal banking activities going back to WW2, suggesting Western complicity in the collapse of the Soviet Union and the subsequent looting of Soviet industry. The ostensible settlement/roll-over for these instruments were dated through September 2001 and would have clinched several high-level criminal investigations had they been allowed to settle normally.|
Convicted of Financial fraud
|Kobi Alexander||4 May 1952||Israel||Spook|
|A spooky businessman with connections to 9-11 and 7-7.|
|Robert Creamer||28 June 1947||US||Author|
Deep state functionary
|Suspected deep state functionary and husband of Jan Schakowsky|