Archive for June 30th, 2010

Gold connection in Russian spy case

Wednesday, June 30th, 2010

Full story here. Brzezinski must be wetting his pants for joy in getting this retro cold war meme out there again.

“…Thus, for example, during the summer and fall of 2009, Cynthia Murphy, the defendant, using contacts she had met in New York, conveyed a number of reports to Center about prospects for the global gold market. (more…)

Who will pay: Wall St or Main St?

Wednesday, June 30th, 2010

Full story here from Ellen Brown via CounterPunch.

The financial reform bill agreed to on June 25 may have carved out some protections for consumers, but for Goldman Sachs and the derivatives lobby, the bill was a clear win, leaving the Wall Street gambling business intact.  In a June 25 Newsweek article titled “Financial Reform Makes Biggest Banks Stronger,” Michael Hirsh wrote that the bill “effectively anoints the existing banking elite. The bill makes it likely that they will be the future giants of banking as well.” (more…)

The banksters laundered Mexican drug cartel money

Wednesday, June 30th, 2010

Full story here from the Economic Populist.

All of that death and mayhem on our Southern Boarder and in the U.S. over the illegal drug trade of course brings in the Banksters to launder the money.

A new report, outlined by Bloomberg, implicates three Banksters laundering money for the Mexican drug cartels. They are Wells Fargo, HBSC and Bank of America. Seems when a DC-9, carrying 5.7 tons of cocaine was busted in Mexico, the police found just a little bit of other stuff. (more…)