The numbers are creeping up there, but if one doesn’t see the tally, they probably wouldn’t suspect anything is amiss. The police and media sweep the deaths under the carpet and spin the facts rather than use the words “assassinated”, “suicided” or “disappeared”.
It’s funny they should mention the Earth being flat in this article because nowadays whenever I see the Starship Earth header with the globe, I’m thinking how ridiculous it looks and that I need a new image with a flat Earth, LOL.
I skimmed the article and what they haven’t mentioned is the most perplexing suicide of all. One banker reportedly shot himself 7 times with a nail gun. He must have been one tough SOB because I know that if I shot myself anywhere on my body with a nail gun, that I wouldn’t be in a position to repeat it any time soon, never mind 6 consecutive times. ~ BP
Speculation rife over financial industry’s rising death rateJanuary 31, 2015
Who is killing the Great Bankers of Europe? This was almost the name of a good Ted Kotcheff movie about a jealous chef (spoiler alert) who poisoned all his competitors in order to become the best. The person or persons behind the litany of mysterious deaths of bankers worldwide in the last two years must have their motives, but I doubt they are philanthropic. It has been said that the best way to clean up the legal system, as Shakespeare wrote in Henry VI, is to “Let’s kill all the lawyers”.
After the last global financial crisis, many believed the world would be better off without bankers. This week saw the 74th highly suspicious death of a top level banker since January 2013, when records, like meteorological charts, began to be kept.
The vast majority of those deaths have been “suicides”, usually by jumping from high buildings which they probably helped finance. Many of the deaths are from JP Morgan or allied institutions, involving their current or former employees, and mostly by their own hand.
How many conspiracy theorists does it take to change a lightbulb? Answer – no one knows because governments are covering it up. It is impossible to disregard the growing number of deaths from the ranks of investment bankers, no matter how much they defrauded the world economy. What is a conspiracy theory one day is received wisdom the next. Many of the finest minds on earth firmly believed the world was flat until Magellan in 1517 said: ” I know that the Earth is flat because I saw its shadow on the moon and I have more faith in a shadow than the moon”. That means that the apostles, Jesus himself and Muhammad must have believed the world was flat in accordance with then currently held beliefs. Jesus from high on the cross could not have seen the curvature. The Kennedy family now believes that Lee Harvey Oswald did not act alone.
There has been increased chatter amongst theorists since the beginning of 2013 as the number of suicides and suspicious deaths jumped – no pun intended – from 36 to double that figure in the last month. Like lemmings running over a cliff it is impossible to keep an accurate count because the trickle of deaths over the last few years has become a tsunami this year. A typical example is Citigroup managing director Shawn Miller,42, who was found dead with his throat slit in his bathtub. No weapon, murder or otherwise was found. A month earlier in November 2014 Edmund Reilly, 47, trader with Manhattan Vertical Group, threw himself in front of a Long Island Rail commuter train. In June 2013 James McDonald, President and CEO of Rockefeller and Co. died of a gunshot wound, a smoking gun nearby. Even the elite are not protected. Richard Rockefeller,66, a high level banker with JD Rockefeller America fell foul of the epidemic of strange deaths. JP Morgan IT specialist Richard Gravino died in America suddenly and weirdly.
Fortune magazine reported in the early days of 2013 that banker suicides were not a new phenomenon; there were clusters of them during the Great Depression and during the GFC in 2008. Fortune suggested that sensational reports of deaths may lead to copycat fatalities. This was further reported in the Soviet’s most independent English newspaper, Russia Today, which observed that the Centres for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) had noted that bankers were more prone to suicide than any other profession but engineers and scientists. Russian bankers’ relatives started dying strangely: the daughter of Igor Artamonov of the West Siberian Bank of Sberbank was found dead in suspicious circumstances at her school in London. Unlikely suicidal bankers began dying. The fourth ABN Amro banker suicide, Chris Van Eeghen, was only 42. Boyfriend of famous actress/model/singer Tatjana Simic from Croatia and Holland, described as the ultimate playboy, never in a bad mood and with an enviable personal reputation, he took his own life in January and entered the permanent night life. An Australian, Michael Flanagan, 45, head of foreign exchange, at the National Australia Bank in London, was the third suspicious death this year.
There are two main theories posited by prominent internet gurus. The first posited that Germany called on the Federal Reserve of New York to pay back gold bullion that was deposited there after WWII. It is believed that the Fed has “lent” the gold out so often on the premise that such an amount would not be demanded to be returned all at once. This is highly embarrassing. Bloomberg reported that Germany has not pressed for the gold but issued an official statement that underscored its trust in their American partners. The Federal Reserve has promised to return it by 2020. Possession is 9/10 of the law.
Merkel’s government reported that ” Americans are taking good care of our gold”. The reality is probably that the gold is not in the Federal Reserve vaults and any one who suspects or wants to inspect, dies.
The second theory relies on high frequency trading by computers which are suspected by many to be rigged. Such is the quantity of computer-engineered trades that the true trading picture is impossible to be unscrambled. Anyone who suspects this or knows this, dies.
Meanwhile, in criminal law circles, it is desperately hard to be paid for work done, impossible to get money on account of future work and my credit card is engineered to summon the words “insufficient funds” on the ATM screen. On my return from NYC the trolley machine would not accept any of my cards for the $2 cost of a cart. My Medicare card seemed to work though. I blame the bankers for my woes and for the rest of the world’s. If after the GFC the debtor nations and multinationals were forgiven trillions of dollars because they were too big to fail, why can’t a trolley be made available for every traveler, and a taxi too?
If this article does not appear in its exact form and I’m not at church on Sunday morning at the 9 o’clock service, write a letter to Russia Today.
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