WAKE UP WORLD: Greenspan Did it All on Purpose!!!

From: “Bix Weir” <bix@roadtoroota.com>
Date: July 24, 2015 at 6:08:29 AM HST
Subject: WAKE UP WORLD: Greenspan Did it All on Purpose!!!

I can’t believe one of the greatest secrets of all time still lies virtually unnoticed by the world…GREENSPAN DID IT ALL ON PURPOSE!!!

I have proven it in a hundred ways and yet people still don’t get it. Here’s a quick summary:

In the 1960’s Alan Greenspan along with his childhood friend John Kemeny invented the very first sharable computer programming language called BASIC. Greenspan went on to write the banking computer programs that now contain 99% of the world’s “electronic assets.” In the 1970’s Fed Chairman Arthur Burns hired Greenspan to write programs to help control the market prices of gold, silver, the US Dollar and many other important assets in order to delay a return to the Gold Standard and suck all be benefits of an unbacked system. Those computer programs run the financial world and were taken over by the Banking Cabal in the 1980’s. To gain back control of the system Greenspan fought against regulation of derivatives to give the bankers enough rope to hang themselves destroying the electronic monetary system. In the end, Greenspan’s dream of returning to a true Gold Standard will manifest after the collapse of the current system. Continue reading

Part II – The Elites will Eat Their Own: Full-Blown Civil War Erupts On Wall Street

Part II:  Full-Blown Civil War Erupts On Wall Street: As Reality Finally Hits The Financial Elite, They Start Turning On Each Other

By David DeGraw

Continuing from Part I on DEADLY CLEAR:

You can read the suits filed against each individual bank here. For some more information read Bloomberg: BofA, JPMorgan Among 17 Banks Sued by U.S. for $196 Billion. Noticeably absent from the list of companies being sued is Wells Fargo.

And the suits just keep coming…

BANK CRIMESBofA sued over $1.75 billion Countrywide mortgage pool

Bank of America Corp (BAC.N) was sued by the trustee of a $1.75 billion mortgage pool, which seeks to force the bank to buy back the underlying Continue reading