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How The Criminal Banking Cartel Is Destroying America

Part Two: How Obama Surrendered Sovereignty to the Criminal Banking Cartel

By John Titus


Summary of Part One:

The U.S. government openly conceded that its sovereign authority to enforce its own laws is gone when Attorney General Eric Holder testified that the Justice Department’s failure to prosecute any big banks is based on anonymous “expert” opinions that prosecutions would destabilize the financial system.

This notion of “systemic importance” has been thoroughly discredited. According to Tim Geithner, it’s an intellectually bankrupt phrase.  What’s more, it’s been debunked both legally and empirically, which is likely one reason the DOJ’s “experts” wish to remain anonymous.

If it turns out that these “experts” are in fact agents of the big banks whose crimes are being immunized by the very entities whose discredited opinions the DOJ is relying on, then those “opinions” are nothing more than assertions of criminal sovereign immunity—a privilege that is legally limited to the President of the United States.

Since “the King can do no wrong”—the legal foundation of sovereign immunity—the real King here is the criminally immune cartel of banks, not the President, since real sovereigns don’t surrender the right to enforce their laws.  And following the long series of unprosecuted crimes by the cartel, in which the President’s own constituents are the undisputed victims, “surrender” is the most charitable description of the Obama’s acts before the banking cartel.


Part Two: Inside The Criminal Banking Cartel

There are two very big and related clues as to the identity of the anonymous experts behind whose opinions U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder hides whenever explaining away his failure to prosecute big banks on the basis of their “systemic importance.”

The first, noted in an article last week by Golem XIV, is a list of international banks that parade under the rather obvious label of “Globally Systemically Important Financial Institutions,” or G-SIFIs. There are 28 banks in total, 9 of them headquartered in the U.S.:


Deustsche Bank


JP Morgan Chase


BNP Paribas

Bank of America

Bank of New York Mellon

Credit Suisse

Goldman Sachs

Mitsubishi UFJ FG

Morgan Stanley

Royal Bank of Scotland


Bank of China


Group BPCE

Group Credit Agricole

ING Bank

Mizuho FG



Societe Generale

Standard Chartered

State Street

Sumitomo Mitsui FG

Unicredit Group

Wells Fargo

This list of cartel members is updated annually by the Financial Stability Board, a collection of international organizations. The FSB is a global meta-body of bankers.

But the formal edifice, whether called the FSB or the NWO (hat tip Alex), really doesn’t matter, because, as Golem XIV states: “Guess which institutions provide the membership for all of the above international bodies? Yes, you got it—the big banks.”

These are the banks that are above the law in the U.S. In Part One, we mentioned four banks—Citigroup, Wells Fargo, HSBC, and UBS—whose massive crimes had been taxed at a de minimis rate by the Department of Justice rather than prosecuted. All four are on the list of G-SIFIs above.

So what, you may ask, that’s just a list compiled by some international convention of cokehead bankers, how do they make sure a rogue federal prosecutor doesn’t break ranks and haul a cartel member or two off to criminal trial?

Enter clue no. 2: Covington & Burling, the law firm from which both the head of the DOJ (Eric Holder) and the DOJ’s head of criminal enforcement (Lanny Breuer) were recruited. Actually, Breuer is no longer with the DOJ. Following a four-year stint in which “the enforcer” failed to prosecute a single big bank, Breuer has returned to Covington & Burling, where he will earn be rewarded with $4 million in annual compensation.

The significance of Covington & Burling lies in its list of current clients, which looks remarkably like the list of criminally immune cartel members above (particularly the more recognizable names): Citigroup, Deutsche Bank, JP Morgan Chase, Bank of America, Goldman Sachs, Morgan Stanley, UBS, Wells Fargo, and ING Bank.

Not to put too fine a point on it, but Eric Holder and Lanny Breuer have the financial motivation not to prosecute their firm’s clients. In Breuer’s case, it turned out to be $4 million of motivation. Per year.

Under any functioning system of law, of course, both Holder and Breuer would submit to screening procedures at the DOJ to insulate them from prosecutorial decisions involving their former clients. We're sure they did the same thing under our impotent system as well. But so what? When laws against crimes are a dead letter, who in his right mind would put any trust in a conflict screen?


As Cheyenne told Jill in Once Upon a Time in the West, “when you’ve killed four, it’s easy to make it five.”

Now commentators are starting to point out where the slippery slope of sovereign immunity for criminal banks will lead.  Jim Chanos, who detected the fraud at Enron well before it destroyed the company and its shareholders, notes that not only are criminal cartel members now motivated to continue cheating and stealing, they have a fiduciary duty to do so. (Speaking of the Enron-ization of the U.S., Eric Holder is working to release CEO Jeff Skilling from prison early in yet another act of prostrate submission before his real masters, the criminal banks.)

As Golem XIV points out, immunity extends not only to criminal behavior, but to assets that a cartel member bank acquires through crime: “if by doing those illegal things [the bank] makes out-sized profits for its shareholders and staff, that money, those profits are also above the law.”


Cyprus Vs. MF Global: The Rule Of Law Is Dead

Thus, anyone who thinks account confiscation a la Cyprus can’t happen in the U.S. is dreaming of a bygone republic.  Not only is account seizure possible in the U.S., or even likely, it is guaranteed.  Just ask MF Global’s segregated account holders or GM senior bondholders if you have any doubts.

In the MF Global case, Jon Corzine "brazenly took liquid assets like Treasuries and warehouse receipts, but not cash which would have been more quickly missed, from customer accounts to post as illegal collateral for emergency funding with a lender who must have known that they were receiving stolen goods." The lender, of course, turned out to be JP Morgan--a prominent international cartel member. Jon Corzine was of course one of Obama's top fundraisers and an alumnus of Goldman Sachs--a cartel member.

In the GM bankruptcy, the age-old pecking order of creditor priority was turned upside down, literally "rewriting law," when senior unsubordinated secured creditors' claims were trumped by payouts to junior unsecured creditors in a patently political sop to Obama's perceived union supporters.

In both cases, the black letter law that's supposed to gird markets with trust and predictablity was trampled in favor of Obama's political allies. Now that Obama has altogether surrendered the DOJ's law enforcement functionality to the criminal international banking cartel, those dangerous precedents turn out to have been short-sighted in the extreme: there is nothing left to stop the plunder of customer accounts in Cyprus from crashing like a tidal wave across U.S. shores. The timing depends only on the restraint that the banking cartel elects to show.

There is no remedy in sight, only more financial crime as Americans are robbed deeper into serfdom.  The Executive Branch is merely an agent of the criminal banking cartel for the reasons given. That fact, in turn, has cut the Judiciary out of the equation altogether: a court cannot try criminals who are never brought before it to face charges.

That leaves Congress, which in theory could initiate impeachment proceedings. But how likely is success when the Senate, which would try any impeachment cases, couldn’t even obtain the names of the DOJ’s so-called experts in the first place?

As noted in Part One, Senator Grassley asked the DOJ for the experts’ names in a letter on January 29, 2013. Eric Holder testified on March 6, more than a month later. The issue of the experts’ identities was thus as ripe as could be, but rather than obtaining the names, the ranking member of the Judiciary Committee put on a clinic in how to conduct an incompetent examination:

Q. On January 29, Senator Sherrod Brown and I requested details on who these so-called 'experts' are. So far we have not received any information. Maybe you're going to but why have we not yet been provided the names of experts the DOJ consults as we requested on January 29? We continue to find out why we aren't having these high-profile cases.

A: We will endeavor to answer your letter, Senator. We did not, as I understand it, endeavor to obtain experts outside of the government in making determinations with regard to HSBC.

Just putting that aside for a minute though, the concern that you have raised is one that I, frankly, share. I'm not talking about HSBC here, that would be inappropriate. But I am concerned that the size of some of these institutions becomes so large that it does become difficult for us to prosecute them when we are hit with indications that if we do prosecute — if we do bring a criminal charge — it will have a negative impact on the national economy, perhaps even the world economy. I think that is a function of the fact that some of these institutions have become too large.

Again, I'm not talking about HSBC, this is more of a general comment. I think it has an inhibiting influence, impact on our ability to bring resolutions that I think would be more appropriate. I think that's something that we — you all [Congress] — need to consider. The concern that you raised is actually one that I share.

Note that Senator Grassley asked one question: why haven’t you answered our letter? Holder doesn’t answer it. Instead, he promises to supply the names later. At that point, Grassley should have put two questions to Holder. First, answer my question by explaining why you ignored our letter. Second, when will you supply the names of the “so-called experts”?

A mediocre first-year litigation associate would’ve gotten this information within seconds. But not Senator Grassley, who earned his masters degree during the Eisenhower Administration. Here is his completely irrelevant follow-up question:

Q: Do you believe that the investment bankers that were repackaging bad mortgages that were AAA-rated are guilty of fraud or is it a case of just not being aggressive or effective enough to prove that they did something fraudulent and criminal?

Huh? Not surprisingly, Eric Holder has been in no hurry to disclose the names of the “experts” retained by Covington & Burling’s clients since dancing around Grassley like a cigar store Indian. Holder has completely blown off the Senate, which has done nothing to follow up the issue.

Frankly this disgusting charade has surprised no one who’s paying any attention, coming, as it does, from the same august body that exempted itself from insider trading laws and has failed to pass any meaningful reform legislation since the 2008 meltdown, an even worse repeat of which is on its way.

On the contrary, both Congress and the Executive Branch are now just tools of fraud used by the criminal international banking cartel against the people, who for their part are drooling iDope dreams oblivious to their own last act, proving Edward Murrow right, a nation of sheep having begotten a government of wolves.


Postscript: for an altogether different analysis that reaches the same conclusion (it's open season for international bankers on U.S. bank accounts), please see what Jesse has to say.


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Grassley is just reading questions off of a list. Not like, A mediocre first-year litigation associate, that's what Senators do. Those questions are vetted.
Apr 4, 2013 at 6:21 PM | Unregistered CommenterAl S
"As noted in Part One, Senator Grassley asked the DOJ for the experts’ names in a letter on January 29, 2013. Eric Holder testified on March 6, more than a month later. The issue of the experts’ identities was thus as ripe as could be, but rather than obtaining the names, the ranking member of the Judiciary Committee put on a clinic in how to conduct an incompetent examination:"...


Thanks for the Enron mention and for everything you have done and are doing Cheyenne.

"The ultimate measure of a man is not where he stands in moments of comfort and convenience, but where he stands at times of challenge and controversy."

Apr 4, 2013 at 6:46 PM | Unregistered Commenterjohn
I'd say that pretty well sums it up. We be fkd. Get what money you have out of the banks and buy ammo, food and other hard assets
Apr 4, 2013 at 7:32 PM | Unregistered Commenterrobertsgt40
China has it right. Capital crime ( a crime of capital theft) should get Capital punishment.
Apr 4, 2013 at 11:55 PM | Unregistered Commenterbob
I read this. Now I'm pissed. I'm not out in left field. http://thesaurus.com/browse/out+in+left+field
I'm a mile from the ball park & walking away.

Anyone that held stock or any hidden form of ownership in any company when any illegal activity took place is complicit. I do not suffer ignorance as an excuse while at the same time one reaps benefits. Capital punishment for all of these.
Apr 5, 2013 at 2:17 AM | Unregistered CommenterTR

"But the money isn't dropped into households or the real economy--it's dropped into banks, which use it for speculation or funding cronies' speculations and asset grabs."
Apr 5, 2013 at 2:43 AM | Unregistered CommenterTR
A now-retired, middle-aged quant hedgie frat bro of mine, and one of the smartest (AB Duke scholar, PhD mathematics, MIT) and funniest guys I've known, said it best: "our financial system, all of it--Wall St., investment houses, banks, hedge funds, mutual funds--all of it, is nothing more than a skim; a colossal skim, a skim the likes of which the world has never known massively enriching a select few, but a skim nonetheless..."

Skim, folks, skim...
Apr 5, 2013 at 10:48 AM | Unregistered CommenterJosie
Of course the financial system is a skim. It's a passive enterprise incapable of creating anything (as opposed to manufacturing, mining, and farming).

What separates the current financial system from previous ones is (1) its unchecked illegality and criminality and (2) the Ponzi schemes embedded in huge chunks of it--coupled with the fact the government is in on it.

For example, we learned yesterday that Reuters has been leaking monthy consumer sentiment reports to high-frequency traders 2 seconds ahead of its desktop subscribers. http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2013-04-04/ex-thomson-reuters-employee-claims-insider-survey-leaks.html

That crosses the line from transactional skim into the criminal territory of scalping (insider trading).

Similarly, the sale of the same mortgage multiple times by companies like Bear Stearns is a patently fraudulent Ponzi scheme. Despite this in-your-face criminality, the government does NOTHING.

Wall Street pays out 40% of revenue as compensation. That alone is egregious. (The takeout at OTBs on winning horses is only 20%, for fuck's sake.) But when you realize that major portion of Wall Street revenue comes from outright crime, you begin to see a problem that's akin to thermal runaway, i.e., a positive feedback loop system that's guaranteed to destroy itself--and the country with it.
Apr 5, 2013 at 12:17 PM | Registered CommenterCheyenne
It was picked up here as well and will probably get posted at Info Wars soon.

Apr 5, 2013 at 8:07 PM | Registered CommenterDailyBail

Fraud, deceit, conflicts of interest and criminal behavior within the financial system are nothing new going back well beyond recent history. And our govt's ignorance and/or complicity ("unchecked illegality") is also nothing new. What's arguably new is a hopeful awakening to the vast uninformed that something is very wrong. I use terms like skim because they are easy to understand to those completely ignorant as to how the financial system works. Most folks shut down/tune out to excessive detail and lose sight of or never learn fundamental principles.

Bottom line, hammer the fundamentals, IMO. The system is a skim and a skim is bad. Frankly, given that the vast majority of the American public has no f'n idea what The Fed is and what it does, it's better to hammer on the principles that are obvious to the informed, like you, but not to nearly everyone else. My $.02...
Apr 5, 2013 at 11:19 PM | Unregistered CommenterJosie

The addition of the Josey Wales clip is killer.


Skim probably does a nice job of conveying the illegality currently at work to the uninitiated since it's a term associated with mobsters. I still don't think it goes far enough, though, for 3 reasons. First, it fails to capture the felonious and outright conversion of assets that's happening. Second, even conceding that skimming has gone on forever, what's changed is that it now goes unpunished. 1100 senior financial executives went to jail in the S&L crisis; in the current crisis, which is 100X bigger, that number is now 0.

Third, and most importantly, the U.S. Government is now openly saying that the Rule of Law takes a back seat to vague notions of systemic risk that have no legal basis whatsoever. Regardless of how strictly the Rule of Law has been observed historically, its fundamental validity as an ideal was never open to question--until now. That's a MAJOR (and in fact fatal) shift since the inherent result is that we now have the formal replacement of the Rule of Law with rule by men/oligarchs.

Glenn Greenwald does an excellent job of explaining the latter distinction starting at about the 9:30 mark in this video:

Apr 6, 2013 at 1:40 AM | Registered CommenterCheyenne
Great post John, It is all just one big casino. And the mob can only dream developing such elaborate skims as the government endorsed skimmers have...

I asked you once about the differences between the crimes of two local drug dealers (money laundering and some sort of thing involving fraudulently created financial vehicles or some such thing. I don't remember the exact wording) and the "good business practices" of the financial institutions.

For some reason it was a conversation you did not want to have.

The answer I was looking for was that the crimes were the same, just one group was government endorsed (for lack of a better word), and the other was not...

I would have enjoyed your take on it.

Keep up the good work.
Apr 6, 2013 at 1:59 AM | Unregistered CommenterS. Gompers
"For some reason it was a conversation you did not want to have."

This is vastly better than the accusation I've heard over the years, usually on hazy mornings: having entire conversations that I deny on the grounds that I simply can't remember them.

But in any event, oftentimes the only real difference is which side of The Thin Blue Line (1988, Errol Morris) the perps are on. This is the difference between getting hauled in front of the judge and being asked to speak at the rotary club. And that kind of graft has been going on to a degree in every jurisdiction except Mayberry R.F.D. for a very long time.

What's so disturbing about this Holder/Breuer admission is that as the nation's law enforcers, they've erased the line and tried to hide behind this nonsense concept of systemic risk. Proving that a bank has committed a crime is no longer sufficient; HSBC admitted its crimes and no one was prosecuted because it would "destabilize the global economy."

But there's still a line, and everyone knows it. It's just that now the government is taking the position that the line is simply between those who can cause systemic risk and those who can't. What I've tried to do is expose that contention as nonsense and to point out that the line is now the border of a piece of paper that actually lists the names of 28 immune institutions. The financial coup d'etat that Catherine Austin Fitts talks about has turned into a legal one, and we're left with your basic dictatorship whether people wanna speak the truth or not.
Apr 6, 2013 at 10:12 AM | Registered CommenterCheyenne
So you were right, Gomp. I probably just wasn't ready to cope with what you were telling me. Like the Joint Chiefs of Staff in Apocalypse Now, I didn't dig what Col. Kurtz had to tell them.
Apr 6, 2013 at 10:21 AM | Registered CommenterCheyenne
There is one and only one "solution" to both the American and the entire Global problem of the thorough "financialization" of the Kleptocratic, Corporate-owned and Corporate-Run [Corporate Takeover] Fascist Dictatorships that have enthroned themselves to power. Here it is:


Absolutely NOTHING will “change,” much LESS get “better” until AND unless THAT happens. Indeed, if the CRIMINALS are ALLOWED to continue to PLUNDER, it will, in FACT, only get WORSE. MUCH WORSE.

ALL criminals involved in these monstrous, reprehensible, PATHOLOGICAL financial CRIMES, which were clearly, totally and willfully collaborated as a gigantic Scheme to Defraud and totally BILK the very citizens of this, our country, the United States, and, um, the entire world, MUST PAY.

Each one of these Predators, Criminals must be Indicted, Prosecuted to the fullest extent of THE NEW LAWS, (all of which will be made retroactive) and, finally, actually PUNISHED SEVERELY; Let me be perfectly clear: Each CRIMINAL that is found GUILTY in the Courts of Law, whether by a judicious Judge that has NOT been paid off, or by a well-informed Jury (though in America that may be impossible to find); Each CRIMINAL shall be held fully accountable for their incredibly brazen CRIMES, and penalties will surely entail STIFF terms of imprisonment, along with the lawful SEIZURE of ALL ill-gotten gains.

We all know that George Bush, Dick Cheney, Donald Rumsfeld, Condaleeza Rice: All are in fact Class A WAR CRIMINALS…And that list goes on to Obama et al, and on and on;

As for the insanely rapacious and astonishingly arrogant motherfuckers, that list is long too: Jamie Dimon, Lloyd Blankfein, Richard Fuld, Hank Paulson, Larry Sommers, Timothy Geithner, Alan Greenspan; And a dizzyingly countless number of all the other CRIMINALS; All should be on the TOP of the list for the vigorous investigations and thorough prosecutions and then PRISON FOR LIFE.

Make no mistake, We MUST HOLD each of these thoroughly Monstrous, pathological Serial FELONS/PREDATORS/Criminals FULLY ACCOUNTABLE for their outrageous crimes of Fraud, Scheme to Defraud, Financial Elder Abuse, and countless other very serious Felonies. If we don't, then good riddance anyway to everyone.

On second thought, every last one of these filthy criminals should be publicly EXECUTED by HANGING; In FACT, I will VOLUNTEER. These are utterly insane Crimes Against Humanity.
Apr 6, 2013 at 1:49 PM | Unregistered CommenterChristina Marlowe
It can get pretty strange going down the rabbit hole John, the deeper you go the weirder it gets. By all means keep digging...

"If I had a world of my own, everything would be nonsense. Nothing would be what it is, because everything would be what it isn't. And contrary wise, what is, it wouldn't be. And what it wouldn't be, it would. You see?"

Alice in Wonderland 1951

Here is a copy of the newspaper article again;


"conspiracy to commit money laundering and money laundering, each of which are punishable by up to 20 years in prison. Illegally structuring financial transactions is punishable by up to ten years in prison."

If only they were bankers, it would be called good business, and they could win election to public office.
Apr 7, 2013 at 7:50 AM | Unregistered CommenterS. Gompers
In case it wasn't obvious, the same criminal banking cartel that's destroying America is also destroying the nations of Europe. This Spanish guest poster at Yves' site does a nice job explaining what's going on in Europe. It all sounds so very familiar...

Apr 15, 2013 at 3:02 AM | Registered CommenterCheyenne
Whats their (the banks/FeDs) wurst nightmare and the ultimate horror, is the fact that they are not vitale at all, to them selfs, yes, but to us, no, and the proves are here to behold for anyone that has the ability to think for them selfs.
In the beginning, even I had difficoulties with all the terms, like CDC; MBS; a.s.o. but its the system/ism in it, the basic fraudlent part is as old as paper it self, copying and seling copyes, if that is "legal" of course they wil continue.

Fractinal banking, and intress rates, is the sole basis of the problem, the private banking system enshures that just a litle klick gett the bennefits from this sytem(monetary), instead of Publicly/State own banks and monetary system.

We dont need them at all, and so far THEY have ruined half of the world.

My question is more fundamental, when is the re shuffeling of this system going to happen, because its inertia is draging everything downward, and soner or later the system will crash/implode/whatever.
Why is the silence so earshatering.
Monetary policy is beholded as religion, its not that, its a pyramidic sytem, invented and used by a gang of robberbarons, imosed up on us, as a neseserety, witch its not. Other monetary systems are infact a fact, and can be utiliced and we can live on, as free men, not slaves to the wims of an patologicaly evil and insane klick of people.

Thats the problem, the rest is just divertions and nothing more, make the sheeps fight eatch others.

wakw the f... up


“War is peace.
Freedom is slavery.
Ignorance is strength.”
― George Orwell, 1984
Apr 15, 2013 at 5:21 AM | Unregistered Commentermikael
"...Globally Systemically Important Financial Institutions,” or G-SIFIs."

Change to "Globally Important Sources of Pampered Prime A Buttery Human Tenderloin on the Hoof"
Why are there articles like this that tediously attempt to implant some off the wall false impression we should fear a self anoint to vain to admit he nothing more than our servant, a wimp band phony baloney praetorian guard who, by all accounts, ain't wearing no clothes. We don't have anything to fear. It's simple physics. There are about 300 Million of us and less than a handful of cowed whores. They are but a gnat, No, even less than that, they are lice on a gnat's nuts. No matter how much steel a gnat's nut louse surrounds his pathetic lousy louse ass with - or how many slugs he can fire through his gnat's nut louse teeny sized GE Gat - when the gnat's nut louse is stepped on by an elephant he be less than road kill.

We are in control. Aggression and intimidation are are a mask. Manifestations of fear. A bluff. We are self governing by law. We own every government asset and national asset. We are the factories of innovation, production and services that this fabricated theater produced to protect a coup d'etat carried out by a multi generational crime syndicate feeds off of. Without us they starve. A syndicate, that, for the last 700 years has been hiding behind Judea. The syndicate showed itself in the middle ages when it's stakeholders were nabbed financing (at a 60% usury) both sides of the on going conflicts.. They exposed themselves in the US with the Federalist Papers, our civil war. The coup was executed in 1913 and codified with the Declaration of Balfour (see Benjamin Freeman Sweetliberty dot Org) by the proto shadow bankers marketing themselves as the WZO, The promise they got was that the UK would not sign a "gentleman's" surrender to Germany, who had won WWI. THe WZO woul bring the US into the War and get the US to finance it. SSC Justice William Brandies delivered a blackmail note to Wilson. Wilson and congress re-started WWI, established the IRS and Federal Reserve to Finance America's entry and support. and, just to make sure the Senate could be "controlled", changed the constitution, without amendment, through act, to cause the direct election of Senators, instead of state house senatorial appointments.

We are not the sheep. We are that big bad wolf, testing the sharpness of his canines and incisors with tip of tongue while oozing overly produced "kill and feed" pheromones, squeezed out by taught muscle and sinew at the ready to gut a heard of white shoe dandies and a garnish of any personnel security staff stupid enough to think what they got or what they can do with the uzi's under their MIB uniforms is of anymore consequence to us than a few grains of sand are to an ocean.

A sociological statistic assets that, in any culture, 23% of it's gentry are predisposed to authoritarianism, and the remaining 76% are libertarian by nature and too busy, and to innovative, to pantomime a "suck up", eg, they are the kings of kings, meaning that kings and government employees are servants working at the grace of a vast libertarian commons.

That stat applies to "cultures" within a culture, like rank and file, meaning not "political", municipal, state and federal governme Which means that 3/4ths of the snoop line managers being fed info by Hal Turner or the SPLC, are pretty much human like most of us.

Most of the Rank and file we employ in our uniformed and civil services are on our side.

When Push Comes to Shove
The stuff our municipal cops are getting from DHS vendors in the thin lame game attempt to federalize, will most likely be pointing at any frog f*cked zero wit true believer gestapo the whites send down to coral the herds.

We will not be denied.

Best plan -
Our rank and file execute citizen arrests of all political public servants and the guys filling the bags and all the little bag carriers, and establish a provisional governing coucil while all this criminality and treason is sent through a fact finding.

Our congress, writes a bill requiring rank and file public service employees (except for the DHS and CIA) elect a representative from their agency to serve on a provisional council. The act would also include a provision that all political employees of all government branches (administration, congress, courts) turn over their licenses, powers of attorney, assets and passports and submit to house arrest under custody of the provisional authority during the fact finding. THis would include all big campaign donors and the lobbyists that loose every hand they play with politicos in Watergate Suites. THe troops come home. Drug users are immediately released from prison. A government functions that have been privatized will be shutdown or transferred to rank file of agencies that served in that capacity before it was privatized. About 12 months later (or less) we have an election (paper ballots card board boxrs and everybody and anybody interested in the custodial care of the contents of those ballot boxes will have the right to assure integrity 24.7. End Death Penalty. Bring back real capitalism. No bail out from IMF or World Bank - we go where Iceland went.

Senators are elected by state houses (again) and the FED (and any Wall Street Whales suckling off the FED's counterfeiting) are out of business.

Those are the civil ways - no blood. The crimes - the treason - CSPAN is so saturated with it there has to be a total house cleaning - it can't be fixed piece meal. It can't be fixed by a "baby step" restoration of constitutional law.

We don't hate the government. WE ARE THE GOVERNMENT!

SMEs that know this stuff could write a more specific proposal.
Apr 15, 2013 at 5:44 AM | Unregistered CommenterThrob
Carroll Quigley , THIS guy was allowed access to the inner workings of the banking elite, the banks work on feudalism land law fellow serf.
Carroll Quigley quote:
“The powers of financial capitalism had another far-reaching aim, nothing less than to create a world system of financial control in private hands able to dominate the political system of each country and the economy of the world as a whole. This system was to be controlled in a feudalist fashion by the central banks of the world acting in concert, by secret agreements arrived at in frequent meetings and conferences. The apex of the systems was to be the Bank for International Settlements in Basel, Switzerland, a private bank owned and controlled by the world's central banks which were themselves private corporations. Each central bank...sought to dominate its government by its ability to control Treasury loans, to manipulate foreign exchanges, to influence the level of economic activity in the country, and to influence cooperative politicians by subsequent economic rewards in the business world.” end.

This is how it’s done

Every bank in America uses the same law (*NCCUSL) to foreclose, as Fannie-Mae, (pasted below) chattel mortgages are based on the feudal land law. The king owns the land. The serfs were allowed to work the land, subject to the edicts of the king.
*National Conference of Commissioners on Uniform State Laws. NCCUSL was established in 1894.

Fannie Mae Selling Guide

defines “Mortgage” as: “Collectively, the security instrument, the note, the title evidence,
and all other documents and papers that evidence the debt (including the chattel mortgage, security agreement, and
financing statement for a cooperative share loan); an individual secured loan that is sold to us for retention in our
portfolio or for inclusion in a pool of mortgages that backs a Fannie Mae-guaranteed mortgage security. The term
includes a participation interest where context requires.” Selling Guide, Part XIII, Glossary.
Apr 15, 2013 at 10:39 AM | Unregistered CommenterCarl Collicott
MANY Great Posts. Thank you all for the Information.
Apr 15, 2013 at 12:21 PM | Unregistered CommenterChristina Marlowe
I would add this video to supplement the second video from the movie Josey Whales:
Apr 15, 2013 at 5:09 PM | Unregistered CommenterTHrob
Filthy Criminals in the U.S. Kleptocracy and their Corporate Whoremasters
Music: Jimi Hendrix BORN UNDER A BAD SIGN:

Apr 17, 2013 at 6:32 PM | Unregistered CommenterChristina Marlowe
Actually a good vid. Didn't know Hendrix had covered that tune. Albert King does a great job on that one as well.
Apr 17, 2013 at 6:34 PM | Unregistered CommenterSKINFLINT
Thanks, SkinFlint!! HERE is another one called IDIOT AMERICA set to Herbie Mann & Duane Allman doing PUSH PUSH

Apr 17, 2013 at 6:38 PM | Unregistered CommenterChristina Marlowe
Good Vid. Thanks Christine.
Apr 17, 2013 at 11:10 PM | Unregistered CommenterSKINFLINT
You're welcome Any time!! Most people just call me lewd names...And the others just call me crazy...Do I care? At all? The answer is a resounding NO!! Ignorant fools...
Apr 17, 2013 at 11:29 PM | Unregistered CommenterChristina Marlowe
Well maybe you can use a new internet name. Crazy lewd name or something of that nature.
Apr 17, 2013 at 11:36 PM | Unregistered CommenterSKINFLINT
No, I'll just use my real name and tell the TRUTH:

Here is a small raft of quotes by Martin Luther King, Jr.:

...And I've looked over, and I've seen the promised land. I may not get there with you, but I want you to know tonight that we as a people will get to the promised land. So I'm happy tonight. I'm not worried about anything. I'm not fearing any man. (And the next morning he was shot in the head).

I submit that an individual who breaks a law that conscience tells him is unjust, and who willingly accepts the penalty of imprisonment in order to arouse the conscience of the community over its injustice, is in reality expressing the highest respect for the law.

Human salvation lies in the hands of the creatively maladjusted.

I believe that unarmed truth and unconditional love will have the final word in reality. That is why right, temporarily defeated, is stronger than evil triumphant.

In the end, we will remember not the words of our enemies, but the silence of our friends.

It may be true that the law cannot make a man love me, but it can stop him from lynching me, and I think that's pretty important.

Our lives begin to end the day we become silent about things that matter.

The hope of a secure and livable world lies with disciplined nonconformists who are dedicated to justice, peace and brotherhood.

I submit to you that if a man hasn't discovered something he will die for, he isn't fit to live.

Nothing in all the world is more dangerous than sincere ignorance and conscientious stupidity.
Apr 17, 2013 at 11:43 PM | Unregistered CommenterChristina Marlowe
May 14, 2013 at 4:31 AM | Unregistered Commenterann

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