Pierre Jovanovic sur la série de “suicides” dans les grandes banques

Jon Corzine will not face criminal charges over MF Global

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John Corzine with Obama: file photo.

If you are a billionaire former Goldman Sachs CEO, ex-governor, and one of Obama’s biggest donors and steal $1.2 billion directly from the accounts of your customers and cover-up that theft, then you are not a criminal.

If you reveal the un-Constitutional spying on all American citizens by the government, you are a traitor and face life imprisonment.

This is your American Republic in a nutshell. Anyone that doesn’t believe we are a corporate fascist oligarchy run by the ultra-wealthy for the benefit of the ultra-wealthy, just isn’t thinking. And the beat goes on.

There will be no criminal charges for former New Jersey Governor Jon Corzine over the use of customer funds leading up to collapse of MF Global.

The criminal probe into whether there was wrongdoing on the part of Corzine by the Department of Justice will now be dropped due to lack of evidence, said a report in The New York Post, citing a person with knowledge of the matter.

But the former CEO of Goldman Sachs is not out of the woods.

Corzine is facing civil charges by the Commodities Futures Trading Commission for illegally using customer funds in the last few days of MF Global to help keep the company afloat. The firm’s former assistant treasurer Edith O’Brien is also caught up in the scandal and charged by the CFTC for making the transfers.

Ultimately Corzine was charged by the regulator for failure to segregate and misuse of customer funds and failure to supervise diligently. O’Brien was charged with one count failure to segregate and misuse of customer funds.

To support the allegations, the CFTC used a recorded telephone conversations to support their charges that Corzine was fully aware of the transfers.

Both Corzine and O’Brien have denied any wrongdoing.

SEE ALSO:

– Jon Corzine charged by regulators in connection with MF Global collapse

– Congressional report blames Corzine for MF Global’s collapse

– PFGBest = MF Global part 2; $220 million in segregated client money has disappeared as founder attempts suicide

– Jon Corzine, the man who stole $1.6 billion from customers for JP Morgan

Source: http://www.theburningplatform.com/?p=57341

DICTATEURS DU G8 ET “RÉGIMES FASCISTES POUR REMPLACER LES DÉMOCRATIES BOURGEOISES”…

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OBAMA à Berlin: télé prompteur et Vitre Blindée

Par Pierre Jovanovic © www.jovanovic.com 2008-2013

LA FRANCE DESCENDUE PAR LE NEW YORK TIMES + JP MORGAN
du 24 au 28 juin 2013 : Etonnant… Le NYT a choisi de faire un grand article sur le système français actuel en le comparant à la IIIe République et qui a été incapable de s’adapter aux réalités de son époque. C’est ce que le gouvernement de Hollande a en commun… avec la IIIe selon le quotidien américain. Papier inquiétant s’il en est (et il n’augure rien de bon) car il met aussi en avant l’article du journal L’Opinion sur un éventuel coup d’Etat des militaires catholiques (voir plus bas). (Ce qui me prouve que tout ceci est orchestré). En clair, le NYT explique au reste du monde que nous avons une bande de brelles aux commandes incapables de prendre des décisions: “France’s Third Republic lasted 70 years, but it is most remembered for its disastrous performance between the 20th century’s two world wars when a succession of governments, no fewer than 34, to be exact, stubbornly refused to recognize a changing world.”

Je vous invite à le lire avec beaucoup d’attetion car il dit bien des choses, surtout entre les lignes… Par exemple, que notre système politique devrait être jeté aux orties, ainsi que notre système social, (sous-entendu afin qu’il soit copié sur celui des Etats-Unis dans le futur cadre de l’union transatlantique, mais ceci est un pur hasard). Et, oh hasard, encore une fois, cela colle aussi avec cet obscur rapport de la JP Morgan sorti il y a 20 jours et qui suggère que tous les pays européens trop sociaux tombent et soient remplacés par des sortes systèmes fascistes , sous entendu des dictatures favorables (lire: à la solde) aux (des) Etats-Unis. Comme par exemple en Amérique du Sud et au Chili en particulier… Notre lecteur belge Rudy ajoute: “Cela rejoint, voire dépasse les hypothèses les plus pessimistes que vous avez développé dans votre ouvrage Blythe Masters. Lu sur Grand Soir: “le géant des banques réclame l’abrogation des constitutions democratiques bourgeoises établiés après la Seconde Guerre mondiale …. et la mise en place de régimes autoritaires”“. La coïncidence de tous ces articles arrivant en même temps est tout simplement stupéfiante. Lire ici le grand papier du New York Times et ici le “JP Morgan to eurozone periphery: “Get rid of your pinko, anti-fascist constitutions”” publié par Euro Observer.

PS: Tout ce que l’on craignait dans cette crise, et même le pire, est en train d’arriver. Que la JP Morgan se plaigne que les systèmes européens soient trop anti-fascistes est un pur régal du point de vue de la manipulation américaine… Dans cette crise, tous les masques finissent par tomber bien plus tôt qu’on ne l’avait imaginé, lisez la suite ci-dessous. Revue de Presse par Pierre Jovanovic © http://www.jovanovic.com 2008-2013

LES DICTATEURS DU G8 (LA PREUVE PAR OBAMA) + D & G
du 24 au 28 juin 2013 : les dictateurs sont déjà là pourtant!!! Obama est allé à Berlin sur les traces de John Kennedy, pour faire un beau discours sur le désarmement… Mais Obama n’a même pas eu le courage d’affronter les gentils Allemands réunis sur la place. Il a parlé DEVANT UNE IMMENSE VITRE PARE-BALLES… une sorte de papa-mobile mais immobile qui le sépare du peuple. Dès fois que… Les images de cette mascarade, le président des Etats Unis parlant derrière un hygiaphone blindé ont fait le tour du monde. Ajoutez à cela le même Obama et les autres présidents au G8 irlandais passant devant des FAUSSES BOUTIQUES déstinées à leur faire croire que tout va bien en Irlande et que les boutiques ne ferment pas, et vous avez la preuve que, pour eux, nous ne sommes plus que des manants, des gueux, juste bons à être espionnés par leur police pour être certains que nous ne nous révolterons pas…

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De Findus à JP Morgan

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Par Romain, Atelier E&R

Dans un article de l’AGEFI datant de septembre 2012, on apprend que « l’avenir de Findus, que Lion Capital avait repris en LBO en 2008, semble s’éclaircir. Après neuf mois d’incertitudes, la chaîne de surgelés, conseillée par Rothschild & Cie, a bouclé une restructuration qui conduit le fonds d’investissement à en perdre le contrôle. »

En juillet 2012, Lion Capital, endetté, cède donc des parts Findus à deux banques créancières : JP Morgan (19,6 %) et Highbridge (21,5 %)

Dans un article de The Independant, du 9 février 2013 cette fois, on apprend que selon un document divulgué, les lasagnes contiendraient de la viande de cheval depuis environ 6 mois. Soit, si on fait un petit calcul, exactement depuis que les deux banques ont investi dans la compagnie…

Nestlé, dont les principaux actionnaires sont le groupe anglais Chase Nominee (10,10 %) – qui lui même appartient à la banque J P Morgan et Chase – et Citibank (7,00 %), a admis mardi avoir aussi des lots contenant de la viande de cheval.

Pour revenir à la France, et à notre cher gouvernement, il est intéressant de noter que cette opération a été faite sur le conseil de la banque Rothschild dont un des ex-membres est présent parmi les conseillers d’Arnaud Montebourg.

Quand à Cyril Lignac, chef cuisinier et conseiller culinaire de Findus depuis 2007, et qui déclarait à ce propos : « Findus est une entreprise réputée et sérieuse et ils m’ont convaincu », il vient de comprendre ce que c’est que de se faire glisser une quenelle par l’industrie agroalimentaire, salissant par la même occasion sa profession.

Of Goldman Sachs & Tenghizchevroil

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Goldman Sachs CEO Lloyd Blankfein tesifies before the Senate in April 2010

By Dean Henderson, Left Hook

In July 2010 those poor billionaire chaps at the bloodsucking firm otherwise known as Goldman Sachs, admitted no fraud and got slapped with a $550 million fine by the SEC. Should have been ten times the money and jail time, but hey, these same guys stiffed us for a trillion in the “banker bailout” two years ago, so who’s counting.

The first $250 million went to Royal Bank of Scotland and the German bank IKB Deutsche Industriebank AG. The other $300 million will go to the US Treasury. Seems fair that some banksters should get half, don’t you think? Glass half full: Any time you deal with a banker and come out with more than half, well hell, you did alright.

The fine amounted to 14 days of profits at Goldman Sachs. As Adelphi University professor and former Bear Stearns managing director Michael Driscoll put it, “That is a steal (for Goldman)”. Goldman shares and options surged on the news.

On the bright side, it was the biggest fine ever levied against a corporation by a US government agency. And the Justice Department is now bringing criminal charges against Goldman’s Rajiv Gupta. Citigroup found itself recently explaining how it cooked its books. And German police raided every office of UBS (Union Bank of Switzerland) on German soil in a single day, demanding records of wealthy German tax evaders.

Not well rested the heads of Morgan Stanley, JP Morgan Chase, Deutsche Bank and Bank or America, either. All spent the week waiting for the next SEC subpoena and word has it they are forthcoming.

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The International Banking Cartel II

A look at the International Banking Cartel led by the Bank for International Settlement (in Basel, Switzerland) known as the bank of central banks (58 central banks) and The US Federal reserve System.

Also a look at banking tycoons: from the Rothschild family in Europe to JP Morgan and others in the US. How banks not only control governments but also appoint politicians through huge campaign donations.

Governments at the service of the major banks, the best example: the Obama administration and the history’s biggest bail out of the same institutions that caused the Great Recession.

A video by PressTV

PART I visible at:
INTERNATIONAL BANKING CARTEL I

1917: J.P. Morgan bought US corporate media to be 1%’s lying sacks of spin?

By Washington’s Blog

Congressman Oscar Callaway lost his Congressional election for opposing US entry into WW 1. Before he left office, he demanded investigation into JP Morgan & Co for purchasing control over America’s leading 25 newspapers in order to propagandize US public opinion in favor of his corporate and banking interests, including profits from US participation in the war. Mr. Callaway alleged he had the evidence to prove Morgan associates were working as editors to select and edit articles, with the press receiving monthly payments for their allegiance to Morgan.

One of the leading papers, The New York Times, printed the story of Congressman Callaway’s call for investigation from Washington, D.C., but the editor chose a curious obfuscating headline:

FOR PRESS INVESTIGATION

Moore Asks Inquiry Into Charges

on Preparedness Campaign.

The US eventually followed “opinion leaders” into the war, despite no national security risk from the sinking of a British ship (Lusitania) carrying over four million rounds of ammunition to kill Germans, and Germany’s offer to Mexico to attack the US with an empty promise of German help if, and only if, the US declared war on Germany first (Zimmermann telegram; Mexico rejected the offer immediately as a military impossibility and a ploy for Americans to busy themselves killing Mexicans instead of Germans). The US then imprisoned people who questioned the war, including US candidates for President.

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Romney and Obama Share Same Bankster Campaign Contributors

Kurt Nimmo
Infowars.com
January 17, 2012

Like Obama, Mitt Romney is a wind-up doll for Wall Street and the bankers. There is virtually no difference between them despite all the fetid air from the GOP propaganda machine.

Romney’s Bain Capital owns the “conservative” propaganda machine, Clear Channel.

This is revealed by a quick look at Romney’s top contributors. An Open Secrets page on top Romney contributors reads like a Who’s Who of Wall Street and the financial cartel. The top contributor is Goldman Sachs, followed by Credit Suisse Group, Morgan Stanley, Bank of America, JP Morgan Chase, UBS, Citigroup, Wells Fargo and Barclays – major players in the Wall Street and City of London bankster constellation.

Bain Capital is also on the list. It is a “financial services” and investment firm co-founded by Romney. Bain owns the establishment media propaganda conglomerate Clear Channel, which explains why “conservative” talk show hosts like Limbaugh, Hannity and Levin are supporting Romney, especially with the strong showing of Ron Paul in the primaries. Both Savage (real name Weiner) and Levin have gone so far as to call Paul a threat to the country.

In December, Mitt refused to release the identity of his “bundlers,” or people who gather contributions from many individuals in an organization or community and give the cash to the campaign.

In other words, the above list is only the tip of the iceberg. Romney’s lack of transparency about his bundlers indicates he is getting money from sources that want their identity concealed. Continue reading

MF Global sold assets to Goldman before collapse: sources

By Lauren Tara LaCapra and Matthew Goldstein

(Reuters) – MF Global unloaded hundreds of millions of dollars’ worth of securities to Goldman Sachs in the days leading up to its collapse, according to two former MF Global employees with direct knowledge of the transactions. But it did not immediately receive payment from its clearing firm and lender, JPMorgan Chase & Co (JPM.N), one of the sources said.

The sale of securities to Goldman occurred on October 27, just days before MF Global Holdings Ltd (MFGLQ.PK) filed for bankruptcy on October 31, the ex-employees said. One of the employees said the transaction was cleared with JPMorgan Chase.

At the same time MF Global, which was run by former Goldman Sachs head Jon Corzine, was selling securities to Goldman to raise badly needed cash, the futures firm was also drawing down a $1.2 billion revolving line of credit it had with JPMorgan, according to one of the former MF Global employees.

JPMorgan spokeswoman Mary Sedarat said the bank did not withold money because of the line of credit. She declined further comment on details of the transactions.

JPMorgan has fought aggressively in bankruptcy court to protect its interests, and received a lien on some of MF Global’s assets in exchange for granting the firm $8 million to fund its bankruptcy costs. The lien puts JPMorgan’s interests ahead of MF Global customers who have not yet received an estimated $900 million worth of money from their accounts, which remain frozen as regulators search for missing funds.

The hastily crafted transactions and the seeming inability of MF Global to recoup some of the money in the sale to Goldman may start to explain why so much money remains unaccounted for at the futures firm.

It is unclear what type of assets Goldman bought from MF Global, but the securities were worth hundreds of millions of dollars, the former employees said. The sources spoke on the condition of anonymity.

QThe Wall Street Journal previously reported that George Soros’ fund was a buyer of securities sold by MF Global, scooping-up some of its European sovereign debt at a deep discount. Panic among investors and clients about MF Global’s $6.3 billion bet on European sovereign bonds led to its demise.

Corzine, who was CEO of MF Global at the time of the collapse, headed Goldman Sachs from 1994 to 1999 before being ousted after a power struggle with co-CEO Henry Paulson.

Corzine and other top MF Global executives reached out in desperation to Goldman Sachs Group Inc (GS.N) and JPMorgan, as well as Jefferies Group Inc (JEF.N) Barclays Plc (BARC.L), Citigroup Inc (C.N), Deutsche Bank AG (DBKGn.DE), Macquarie Group Ltd (MQG.AX), State Street Corp (STT.N) and Wells Fargo & Co (WFC.N), as potential buyers in its final days as the firm teetered toward collapse, Reuters earlier reported.

(Additional reporting by David Henry; editing by Martin Howell and Andre Grenon)