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#1 May 3, 2012
Chase Bank Found Guilty of Secretly Financing Terrorist Organizations
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Chase Bank is now responsible for a lot worse than poor customer service and unethical business practices that cost their customers millions of dollars each year. Now they’ve really crossed the line.
Now we can add the financing of terrorist organizations to that list. People, businesses, organizations and nations who make it their business to murder United States citizens have had a lot of help from Chase Bank, despite sanctions imposed by the US Government making it illegal.

The United States Treasury Department agreed to settle with Chase Bank for $88 million for their willful violations of US sanctions against countries that are state sponsors of terrorism. Unfortunately,$88 million is nothing to Chase Bank – the fine wouldn’t even qualify as a slap on the wrist for JPMorgan Chase.

The Treasury Department’s Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) has been investigating a number of willful violations committed by Chase Bank going back to 2005. The list of laws violated by Chase Bank include:
Weapons of Mass Destruction Proliferators Sanctions Regulations
Global Terrorism Sanctions Regulations
Iranian Transactions Regulations
Cuban Assets Control Regulations
Sudanese Sanctions Regulations
Former Liberian Regime of Charles Taylor Sanctions Regulations
Reread that list and let that sink in.

Chase Bank admitted to helping facilitate transactions that violated US laws regarding terrorism and weapons of mass destruction proliferation. Worse – the US Treasury found that Chase Bank was willfully violating these rules for years and even after they were notified by 3rd parties of their violations they continued to help these terrorist organizations.
The question that needs to be asked, but our US media is conveniently avoiding is – How many Americans lost their lives due to the greed of Chase Bank? How many citizens of other countries died to make Jamie Dimon and the shareholders of Chase Bank wealthier?
Click here to read the entire settlement agreement between the US Treasury Department and JPMorgan Chase Bank.
Chase knowingly made a series of transactions with Cuba, Iran and Sudan which equaled roughly $181.4 million in violations:

In 2005 and 2006, JPMorgan Chase willfully violated embargo laws by processing $178.5 million in wire transfers for Cuban nationals. A 3rd party financial institution notified Chase Bank of the violations but Chase didn’t stop and failed to notify Treasury Department officials of their crimes.

In 2009 Chase Bank processed a $2.9 million loan with,“a bank that had ties to Iran’s government-owned shipping line,” a violation of trade sanctions against The Islamic Republic of Iran. JPMorgan Chase was aware of this crime, but again failed to inform regulators as required by law. In fact – they waited until the loan was almost completely repaid before notifying Treasury officials. These ships have been known to carry weapons of mass destruction and other weapons for terrorists in the past. These weapons have led to the deaths of many Americans and others which is the reason these sanctions were put in place.

In 2011, the United States Treasury Department asked for documents regarding a wire transfer that referred to Khartoum, the capital of Sudan. High ranking officials at JPMorgan Chase pretended to be unaware of what the Treasury Department was investigating, until The Treasury presented JPMorgan with a list of documents they believed were in the bank’s possession. After denying it the first time, the bank coughed up the documents shortly after. Sudan was the home base for Osama bin Laden and Al-Qaeda for years and continues to export terrorism around the world with the financial help of JPMorgan Chase and others.
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Foreclosure Revenge
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banking and political corruption combine to create the 2008 banking scam, recession, etc.
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#3 May 5, 2012
Online searches for complaints against Chase Bank produces over 9½ million PAGES, and many individual links contain hundreds of individual complaints.
Chase customers are financing treason, and worse, unless they’re locked in with a mortgage they can’t move from Chase.
There’s a list of links to sites that reveal what Chase is doing to their own customers, RFID chips, exposing the ’Fed’, etc. at
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#5 May 6, 2012
John Adams told us, "There are only two ways to conquer and enslave a nation. One is by the sword. The other is by debt."
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Chase Bank illegally foreclosed on thousands of active duty U.S. military service members, and more, for many years, yet THEY WERE NEVER PROSECUTED. Meanwhile, we’re paying higher taxes because our prisons are full of people who should either never have been prosecuted / should have been given short sentences / are nothing more than political prisoners.
Chase’s career criminals are never prosecuted because they take orders from the Rothschilds-Chase Bank ‘Federal Reserve’ Company, which protects them.
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#9 May 12, 2012
Bulldoze: The New Way to Foreclose
By Stephen Gandel |@stephengandel
JPMorgan Chase says it was one of the first banks to donate houses it couldn’t sell or didn’t think were repairable. Since 2008, JPMorgan has donated or sold at a discount 1,900 houses to city or county officials
According to the most recent data, it would take 9½ months for the current number of homes on the market to sell

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Bulldoze instead of writing loans in which they can make a fortune on the interest?
They want home renters, not owners for a REASON -- for New World Order control of the population.

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#13 May 12, 2012
Foreclosure kids
Eight million children, or one in 10 kids, will be affected by the foreclosure crisis by the time it’s over, according to a new report from First Focus.
The state where children are most affected is Nevada, where 19% of children are impacted by a foreclosure.
The report’s author, Julia Isaacs, of the Brookings Institution, called children the “invisible victims” of the foreclosure crisis.
Besides the emotional trauma of having to leave the home, foreclosures have real implications for a child’s educational development, according to the report.
“The chances of being held back, the chances of dropping out increase dramatically,” Lesley said.

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#14 May 12, 2012
A recent study found a correlation between the increase in foreclosures and the increase in medical visits for mental health, preventable conditions and stress-related complaints. Mental health visits might include anxiety or suicide attempts and preventable conditions might include hypertension.
The researchers, Janet Currie, of Princeton University, and Erdal Tekin, of Georgia State University, looked at data on foreclosures, emergency room visits and hospitalizations ...
… people are more likely to seek treatment in hospitals and emergency rooms for conditions including heart attacks, strokes, mental health conditions and preventable conditions like hypertension.

“Our estimates imply that the 2.82 million foreclosures in 2009 led to 4.18 million additional nonelective hospital and ER visits among those aged less than 65,” the authors wrote in their report. At an estimated average $2,521 per visit, that’s a total of $10.5 billion spent on additional visits just in 2009.

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#15 May 12, 2012
Less community policing
The loss of property tax revenue due to foreclosures has affected the budgets of many communities, said James Brooks, program director of community development and infrastructure for the National League of Cities. That leads to cuts in services, from swimming pools to senior centers.
In many communities, budget cuts to law enforcement mean that officers are pulled out of special assignments and sent back to patrol, said John Firman, director of the research center at The International Association of Chiefs of Police
At the same time, vacant foreclosure properties are destabilizing neighborhoods. The buildings themselves can be a magnet for crime. But even more than that, it’s a tenet of community policing that a neighborhood with a rundown appearance can signal to criminals that crime is tolerated there, creating a “cycle of criminalization,” Firman said.
That’s the sad truth in how foreclosures are affecting police departments.“The very thing that is reducing resources to the police is simultaneously increasing policing demand,” he said

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#16 May 12, 2012
Who Owns The Federal Reserve?
"Some people think that the Federal Reserve Banks are United States Government institutions. They are private monopolies which prey upon the people of these United States for the benefit of themselves and their foreign customers; foreign and domestic speculators and swindlers; and rich and predatory money lenders."
– The Honorable Louis McFadden, Chairman of the House Banking and Currency Committee in the 1930s
It is time for Congress to exercise that leverage and make the Federal Reserve a truly federal agency, acting by and for the people through their elected representatives. If the Fed can demand AIG’s stock in return for an $85 billion loan to the mega-insurer, we can demand the Fed’s stock in return for the trillion-or-so dollars we’ll be advancing to bail out the private banking system from its follies.
If the Fed were actually a federal agency, the government could issue U.S. legal tender directly, avoiding an unnecessary interest-bearing debt to private middlemen who create the money out of thin air themselves. Among other benefits to the taxpayers. a truly "federal" Federal Reserve could lend the full faith and credit of the United States to state and local governments interest-free, cutting the cost of infrastructure in half, restoring the thriving local economies of earlier decades.
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#18 May 12, 2012
Chase customers have made Chase into a monster, and they are to blame for the abuses we see today.
It’s been common knowledge for many years that the ‘Fed’ is in control of the U.S. which is why Chase Bank breaks all the laws they want, as the major U.S. stockholder in the Rothschilds-Chase Bank Federal Reserve Company.
We’ve see Ben Bernanke show how he controls Congress, instead of the other way around. Every time a legislator stands up to him, Bernanke literally THREATENS an economic disaster to be inflicted on the American people, and legislators back down.
In this case, Bernanke refused to disclose where the Fed sent $2.2 TRILLION dollars.
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#20 May 12, 2012
Did The Fed Handcuff The U.S. Economy To The Euro?
“Fast-forward to late November 2011. The European Central Bank, the Federal Reserve, the Bank of England and the central banks of Canada, Japan and Switzerland all agreed to open up “bilateral liquidity swaps” as needed through February 2013.
They agreed to loan each other money at below-market rates.
One way to look at this is that the agreement will continually pump money from the healthiest central banks to the sickest ones. There’s a slim chance that this will help make the sickest central banks healthier. More than likely, unless all of the countries involved agree to cut entitlement spending and balance their budgets by spending less than they take in, the measure will just serve to spread the sickness in their economies to the other central banks and ensure mutual destruction.
“The interwoven banking and sovereign debt crisis in the eurozone has become so dangerous for the world that the US Federal Reserve has been forced to take emergency action, acting as global lender of last resort to shore up Europe's banking system. Strains have been ratcheting up over the past two weeks. European banks are mostly shut out of the dollar market, or only able to raise money for a week at a time.““
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#21 May 12, 2012
Did The Fed Handcuff The U.S. Economy To The Euro?
http://www.personalliberty.com/survival-and-s...

how much rich getting richer -
http://www.cbsnews.com/8301-505123_162-573265...

military-industrial complex totals
http://www.militaryindustrialcomplex.com/2011...

US military prepares to invade US -
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(Inoye protects the Fed at 2:40)

Total Collapse, build up to WWIII
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